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"graham brown" Discussed on Digital Marketing Gyaan

Digital Marketing Gyaan

06:13 min | 3 months ago

"graham brown" Discussed on Digital Marketing Gyaan

"Be leading us. Yeah we really by through stories right. And why should i buy. This bank can not this bank really that comes down to trust relationships and story and he's a great way of doing it because especially younger customers that not buying traditional media stories right. They're not doing in the same way they used to. So they're looking for other ways to build trust to understand brian's to learn who is the ceo imagine now that customers want to know who is the ceo. What does he mean. what does he believe. In what does he care about. People want to know younger generation. Want to know what is his views on diversity. What is his views on climate change. They want to know everything and podcast. Great way to connect with those people and tell the stories you have given have given and after that showed that it will be the future of what the advice that you'd be giving those who want to start there are cashing especially how they can plan for targeting indian in when you start a podcast. It's good to know two things firstly your motivations and secondly your audience. Let's start with motivations. Now you can have internal motivations to start a podcast. You can start a podcast because you enjoy it. You like talking to people. Like prince qamar. You like connecting with people. These are all good reasons however if you will doing it in business and you have a budget to do it then you need to know the external motivations which are the business cases for creating a podcast. How will this podcast. Impact my business. Positively and i have a guide i wrote. A guide is free so only to educate people podcasting foot. Bronze dot com. It just talks about the business cases for podcast. You can use a podcast as business development to get leads. You can use a podcast for four leadership to lead your category. You can use a podcast for news and analysis and you can use a podcast for campaign awareness if you have a project you want to raise awareness of that project so the main thing now is if you start a podcast. No what the business case for that podcast is because after six episodes you will find that the the motivation starts to drop. And it's not so exciting anymore. Now you have to work so you have to have a really good reason why you're doing this. So the first part is no your motivations for doing it. the second pot advice is know your audience. You should know your audience before you start a podcast. The mistake that most people make when they start a podcast is they start a podcast. And they don't know who the talking to your audience shouldn't be the listeners. Your audience shouldn't be everybody out that your audience should be used. When you speak to your audience. You speak to one person. You must know who they are. What is the name how old they are what their job role is. What's that pain points. What's the problems. Why do they listen to you. What's their worries right now. Always speak to that person. Maybe there's thousands of them speak like a radio show. A radio host always speaks to you directly. That's what we need to do in podcast. If you don't know who that person is then. Ask talk to people. Talk to your sales guys. Talk to your employees. find out. Who do i need to talk to. But please don't start a podcast until you know exactly who you're talking to because the podcast won't go in the right direction over time because distracted or overtime. Now there's so much competition in podcasting that you need to know exactly who you're going to talk to. So those are the two pieces of advice prints. One is motivations. No the business case. Second is know exactly who you're talking to give them a name. My podcast audience. She's called nicole. she's forty two years old. She's a corporate communications leader. And she listens to me. Because she needs to sell podcasts internally. When i do a podcast. I always think nicole. I'm speaking to her just like you know in marketing. When you write copy you always think about. Who am i. Writing this for penn profile as they called it right very very youthful address. Thank you so much. Thank you so with this. We have come to the end of today's episode. It was pleasure having new grab and learn about what kathy tanker so much and again looking forward to. It was a pleasure for me. Thank you very much. I love what you're doing a love the fact that you are supporting not just marketing podcasting. in india. i think has a great future. I love the fact in early. And you'll building an audience in your successfully continuing to do this so hopefully if we speak again in several months this thing continues to grow the. Thank you very much for the opportunity..

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"graham brown" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

The Virtual Entrepreneur

06:34 min | 3 months ago

"graham brown" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

"Those that journey. I have one final question. What final thoughts. Who have maybe two. How enterpreneurs get motivated get started with storytelling and taking the next level you become a student of storytelling and is a great book called features. The heroes is quote the hero with a thousand faces by joseph cambell and you can easily look this up online and wikipedia. If you don't wanna read the book but if you see the hero's journey we just mentioned the full circle then every single movie every single amazing movie you watch concern book. You read podcast. Listen to every single. Great presentation that was done for business will be some version of the hero's journey. And once you see it yukon unsealed and it will blow your mind because you'll see scenes that are in every single movie and you'll see for example like steve jobs presentations. Wow that's a movie script. The heroes schone is a diagram is suck and it contains the scenes. I'll give you a flavor and mentioned it already but for your listeners is like pay attention to the depatched assi because it's an every single story so let's say you watched I mean morton marvel you watched lord of the and everybody's watch these lower these kind of things lord of the rings as a scene where they leave the shy and the jumping across the river to get to the other side right now. Is the rivers like a physical barrier. You have to cross it. And if they leave safety and they go onto the unknown other side. That scene is every single movie ever right in different forms in. Subways big ways. That scene exists now. The reason why. I'm saying this is because you'll see everywhere and you watch a steve jobs presentation. It's in that the departure seen very consciously because he knows how to tell stories and he's staffer reasoning. There we go to the beginning of the why. Why am i leaving. Why am i leaving comfort. Going taking a risk like every single entrepreneur. Hia listening has a departure. I- left the bike. I started a consultancy country. I moved to that. Country is a departure and this is a pivotal part of your story. Learning to tell that is an important part of being successful entrepreneurs selling raising money connecting with people. So your question was what advice would you offer. It studied that because once you see it not only will you become a better entrepreneur in storytelling. But you're also ruin every single move you've ever seen because sitting with people saying that's the departure if you wanna go. What are you talking about. The you know what happens next because all very much from the same fabric and that's the beauty of story time is that you don't need to be amazing storyteller. You just you stories that exist already and there's only a few plotlines ever and you can leverage those to your own benefit. That is awesome. That is awesome. Thank you so much. Grow such a great interview discussion on this topic. And i am sure all the enterpreneurs an audience of land lot. Then how you know how you got started with your storytelling businesses. And how they can use that in their situation that they can they can go start sharing their stories about the businesses that with their products about what they are passionate about because the end end of the day the aim of this is to take your passion tension business but also successful one by sharing what we care about so graham before we go away and you know i know you're on a very different times on turning us from there from singapore clue. You tell us a little bit more about yourself. How can our learn more wickham. They find out more about yourself so that they can learn still retaliating and i'll tell better stories and things like that thank you well. Thank you for the opportunity to sheriff's will really enjoyed this for being a good great interviewers well great host go to my website puzzle website. Is graham d brown. Dra h am the is h graham. Deep brown dot com. They're all videos are about storytelling. You've watched a few already which give away free. Just because i'm passionate about it. And i feel that in the more people months tell stories that the better they can achieve outcomes with what they're trying to do whether it's in business life and check it out if you like my stopped contact details you can reach perfect again. Thank you so much for taking the time out of your day a busy schedule and share them with us. And thank you enterpreneurs with us on this amazing discussion with graham out the brown sharing his story and adventures and he's expertise so that we can also get started on telling better stories and you can get that in better stories about yourselves your business and your product so again. I am herbert innocent and you have been under virtual printer. Thank you for tuning in. I encourage you to go and invited. Check out graeme grounds products especially his books on storytelling. And i know he has a lot of amusing amazing videos and he has done a few really good interviews that when god they all just sucked in watched interviews. He's just that much good in terms of getting stories of people as well as telling stories so are invited to go. Check out graeme. D brown dot com today so you can learn more about tang stories about your product yourself and your business and as always have a wonderful day. We'll talk to you next. Episode of the virtual entrepreneur..

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"graham brown" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

The Virtual Entrepreneur

08:01 min | 3 months ago

"graham brown" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

"Which is you know you spin it because if you drop your rifle you pick it up very quickly so you develop this ability to. What do you do in a situation where you're rifle in combat you pick it up very quickly and that trains your brain to deal with fell right. And there's something called rejection therapy right. There's a great book alphabet and is cooled the fear the fear of rejection forget. The name is about rejection therapy. It's by an wolf quote jar. Georgia jiang these chinese immigrants to the us and is a fascinating book. And it's about his story of rejection and what he does and he. He does this amazing video series about on youtube. You can go and look at each one hundred days of rejection and what he does in one hundred days. It's every day he goes out and gets rejected by something so like the first day he going to dunkin donuts any walks into dunkin donuts and says claver free doughnut. Say get out and then he will try something else and every day it gets more and more outrageous and light so one day he goes up to a goes into somebody's front god and he knocks on the door of this house and he said thumb. Can i plum flower. God this guy's crazy son you guys know but if you go over the road there's a lady over then she'll let you do it and so what i'm talking about. Is this controlled rejections controlled. Fear that he's learning. That rejection is not fatal. It doesn't kill you. And if you constantly practice rejection you muster you learn let you're in control of is not in control of you and so rejection therapies real now to your point about storytelling Fair doing it is fear of rejection. Which is if i tell you my story you might laugh. You might think who you and therefore we feel rejected. It's very personal. It's not like here's a product. When you tell your story it's a bit of you is a bit of herbert's to be grandma and i feel very vulnerable. When do it. But you may laugh if i tell you that when i was a always into pop music duran durant whatever it may be. You may think what. He's real cool and therefore i feel rejected but if you keep practising this but the spending of the rifles bright you learn to deal with it. Similar advice would be. Is that the way you can get good at. This is keep telling stories in small ways every opportunity you get. Tell a story take opportunity to do a podcast every opportunity to do a presentation. Take every opportunity to write about what you do and you get really really good at this. Because there was a time when i was batted but now i'm training on the field and the only because back to my dad unless spinning the rifle. I just practicing that every single day at is a really fascinating story. I really enjoyed. And i have a question here. Which is would you have like a particular story that you think could really sum up your experience. You know In terms of storytelling. But also your journey cause in this case you are our hero. You've gone from one place to another and a wanted hundred. Would you have a story that sums up all that together in as an example. Olaf think about what the key stories well. Let's go back a little bit showy that i graduated with a degree finally enough in one thousand nine hundred ninety five which is twenty five plus years ago so it's law century right and i wasn't a story of i was in graduate and you can imagine now if i was niagara facebook google lineup but back then nothing back then. If you're an is student you got utah is that was it. That's the pathway. Is go back and teach this stuff so i graduated and even how many jobs out there for ninety five loves to head of the time i was like there's a head of the communist really have coverage useless and that's what i was doing and they didn't have anything for me and they eventually suggested i went and taught english in japan. And it did that because for me in the ninety departments the future is opportunity. It was where you went. If you're an entrepreneur you went where the action was. This was sony toshiba. Tdk and everything. Exciting time is in japan. So it took the opportunity and i went and taught english in japan as my first real job and that told me everything i needed to know about storytelling and communication and culture and how we connect through story. How do you and i connect even though your and the west coast of ireland nine singapore. Even though you're born in africa and osborne in england even though you know we we connect on this similar the ability to shed stories right with both entrepreneurs and so for me that was the best lining because i trained in one thing and took a different off. Now the interesting part is we look at where we are now. The reason why we see cal stories. Now what we're so you know. Why do people listen to podcasts. Whether it isn't true crime broadcasts voice history podcast. Why people fascinated by the human stories is because we are increasingly coming disconnect. We are increasingly in the era of the machine. Reliving virtual lives run by. So i feel like now and put kosti happening at the same pace because of each other. The reason we're doing we'll put costs because we wanted to create more human connection because we're increasingly in a world driven by on and i feel that that for me is like full circle twenty five years in the making that there was a reason for a and it's here now that the real reason why i'm here is to help people tell stones in a very human way and now he's thanks to artificial intelligence because the cosworth at increasingly seeking authentic engaging human conversations. That's a really beautiful story. They i think it has. It has a being were. I've been following your your talks on minnesota's so he's telling an how you've been explaining them and i'm not paying attention to the nothing full secondly hero returns in a a very beautiful country and i think it works and i think it works As you know creating those memories but also this connections. I think stories really do help us connect. I can say the amount of times of listened to people and you just feel so inspired. So i really agree i can. I can empathize so deeply with those experiences..

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"graham brown" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

The Virtual Entrepreneur

14:04 min | 3 months ago

"graham brown" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

"Story but you've never told the story before so you're on how can create a hollywood style movie story right. What i'm wondering is how does an entrepreneur with the simple product. Who just wants to sell. How do they go about this process. Do they have to. They have to go and learn all these fundamentals and no they don't like a here's the thing about storytelling is you. Don't need to be a fantastic storyteller. The stories you need already already written. That's the point right. So if you're an entrepreneur let's say you are consult an it consultant or even if you are a plumber or you. Whatever is right what you should think about one of the most compelling stories you can tell somebody is. Why am i doing this right. So what is the origin of this. Why you creating this service selling this product. Because i understand where he comes from. I'm connected to the story in the product in a much more engaging way so let's say for example you all all but you have a an it services company. You'll sending security facilities manages very dry subject but you're selling it to facilities manages. What is the story of how you got into that. So i got into this. Because i used to work for this company. I soar problem at work there for fifteen years. I decided that i was going to leave the company. Start my own business. And that's why i'm doing. That's called the origin story. That's very easy story to tell you know. I was a kid a came to this country when i was a teenager and then i i always felt i was outside. I started my business. That's an origin story right. Everybody has an origin story and by telling an origin story. You can create engagement with what you're doing because what it does is help people understand the problem. You're trying to solve them while you'll solving it. Robin just settling something. I'm selling a product that we can. But if you tell me the why behind that to me i understand what you're trying to miss. That makes a lot of sense. And i suppose another thing that i wanted to touch on there you talk about you know The origin story. And i wanted to get to dive into your origin story alabama We talk to discuss a little bit about the idea of you. Know how we define success story that we ultimate- to ride ourselves. And i think for enterpreneurs especially at this stage of they are right. Now that i'm considering right you've started on business and you are starting to make those sales and really the story you tell yourself about way you want to take. That business can make a break. 'cause determines this decisions you make wotton who you partner with. Always putting things and rather than discussing and telling Should do do that. I wanted to get your experience. Because you're an entrepreneur. You sold the business remember correctly and you went onto this run adventure relieved on a few islands. Can you tell us a little bit about not backstory yourself there so i do have a telecoms business which started nine thousand nine hundred nine when telecoms is really picking up and it was a business that sold research to telecoms companies and not just telecoms companies. But anybody interested in telecoms mobile telecoms so we saw to. Mtv we sell to disney we sell to the european. We sell to everybody every telco every manufacturer in the world. We started that business with nothing and we grew that business over twelve years quite substantially. It was a niche business. It sold research focused on young people have mobile. Phones were the only with the only company in the world doing so in one thousand nine hundred nine when it wasn't a thing. Nobody wanted our research but in two thousand two thousand one when all these telecoms companies were looking young people texting and value added services as they called it. We became like the go-to people in the world for this huge foss growing industry. So you know. Our phone was ringing. People buying reports of his flying over the well to do presentations about young people mobile phones. So that business was it grew crazy it grew for twelve years and then at the end of the twelve years with a had enough and wanted out. I remember saying to my wife. That i don't want to start another business. We didn't need to start another business. So i had this opportunity probably the only time ever get it in my life to say what do i wanted and i didn't wanna start another business because i hadn't taken day off for twelve years. I think i took a couple of days off from my sunless board and you know you know. What being an entrepreneur. He's just crazy crazy. You're just like constantly on on. Switch all the time and so i said to my wife what do we do and then we decided that we would travel the world. Now we initially. We're going to go for six months. Who could travel the world comeback. But we decided once. We started traveling. We took a flight from starting in london where we lived. And we said what's the furthest we could go. Obviously that was new zealand of the other side of the world so he flew to new zealand. Me my wife and my six year old son. We have three suitcases and we decided we really liked traveling. We really liked living out of suitcase. It was very liberating and we ended up traveling for four years. So nonstop and we lived in places. We lived in tropical islands. We put my son. In schools monthly philan- the languages and cultures and it goes to point we talked about earlier. Storytelling is that you know. Life is really story and if you want a better life tell a better story. That's really it you choose the store you wanna tell and why up you know people say oh do that when i win the lottery but you know what you're more likely to get struck by lightning than win the lottery right. So what are you waiting for. Anybody can travel the world. It doesn't cost a lot of money like if you're a virtual entrepreneur you can live and work anywhere in the world of course not now 'cause of covert but the point is the limitations a here right limitations are in the stories we tell about ourselves so that was my and venture for years. Living tropical islands. Lanza rotea site sub-tropical rotea cyprus. We've carlyle for two ventura of africa lifting okinawa thailand to the law so it was good fun in a great adventure a really beautiful story. That's very empowering and i think It really so for you when you're when you're doing that when you you know you find success and where you storyteller back then when he started but did you see yourself storyteller back then when you were going on that adventure not really know because you know the thing about storytelling. You learn it. You learn the croft you see people doing it you you learn from in the industry you see people steve jobs telling stories you read about this pickup points and tips. And then you know. Steve jobs you make sense of life joining the dots and storytelling bit light. That is that you you know careers like as an entrepreneurial career is like t shaped right. You stop with this bar of the t the column where you become a specialist. You come really good at this one thing and then as you get older is the todd and i feel the more people can tell stories that the better they can achieve outcomes with what they're trying to do whether it's in business or life and check it out and if you lock my softest contact details that you can reach out to me perfect perfect again. Thank you so much grim brown for taking the time out of your day or a busy schedule and sharing with us and thank you to the enterpreneurs joining us on this amazing discussion with graham graham. The brown sharing his story and then his expertise so that we can also get started on telling better stories. And you can get that intern. Better stories about yourself your business and your product so again i m innocent and you have been joining us on the virtual. Thank you for tuning in. I encourage you to go and invite you to check out. Graeme browns products especially his books on storytelling. And i know he has a lot of amazing amazing videos and he has done a few really good interview when a garden just sucked in. What kind of interviews. He's just not much good in terms of getting stories out of people as well as telling stories so are invited to go. Check out graeme. D brown dot com today. So you can learn more about telling stories about your product yourself and your business and as always have a wonderful day will talk to you next. Episode of the virtual entrepreneurs builders. They weren't real entrepreneurs in the sense of growing a scalable business. They would just handyman so had no advice. No nobody luck encore. Who said yeah. Cohen worked for my business for the summer. So everything i learned. I had to read and listen to and still to this day. I think these great sources stories. And what did you say. Maybe was your roadblock that you faced on that you had to vote for twelve come before in studying telling these stories and inspiring leaders and business owners to create their own stories One of the big roadblocks we face herbert is this belief that my story is not worth telling. I find that in people like myself. Maybe you half doubt. Sometimes when you're starting out very much on all entrepreneurs face this. I see that as well as leaders know i work with ceos of businesses large organizations management consultancies multi-national funds. And that's often the self doubts. Because i'm not richard branson because i'm not barack obama. I'm not worthy telling my story. And that is very common in all entrepreneurs that to tell my story we very good business but when it comes to storytelling we kind of thing. You know i'm not. I'm not a billionaire yet. So maybe my story is not worthy of your time. However i can guarantee that your story is interesting. There's something fascinating about it like you. This kid that came from a different world to island when you were teenager studied. That must have been tough. That was Transition that's the same as any hero. Myth you watch any movie. Leverage marvel watch lord of the rings. It's always that departure leaving simba going crossing the river literally in many cases to everybody. Has this doubt because we see these by powerful imagery off media in tv these narratives when she feel these billionaires just me just a mortal but i put it to you that everybody has a very interesting story and i fell about dow as well you know why me. Why am i qualified to talk about storytelling. But here's the good news is that you don't need a qualification. Do anything in this well unless your doctor. Maybe but everything else you just have to step up and say i can do this so how. What was the process like a few of a coming that if an enterpreneur if an an entrepreneur stock in that place right now i want to make l. They'll website went to tell a story but they're stuck wide. Was the first step for you of coming dash so me a story like my dad was in the marines and he the one of the things the marines do is they do that thing where they spin the rifles right spin it around my show off with it and as a kid i would often. He was in the marines when he would laugh by the time i was born but i was just a joke i used to watch on. Laugh was silly. Why do they do that. What a waste of time. And when i was older. He explained to me that the reason they do that spinning the breifly is to develop what psychologists controlled failure..

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"graham brown" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

The Virtual Entrepreneur

07:22 min | 3 months ago

"graham brown" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

"Define success and how we tell stories about our business what we do and how we shape those stories ultimately so that we can reach objective in everything that we do through storytelling. so graham. Thank you again for joining us on this discussion. Let's jump right in so you can share on how you got started with the audience so that they can learn what you've learned and also apply to all into their business jesse tuition and their cases in terms of storytelling. But also getting to know you as a person so what usually happens in this episode is my first questions are usually tailored towards your background and experience in the field of storytelling. So the enterpreneurs audience can understand who you are where you're coming from and how you got started and then you're going to jump into your thoughts of what you do if you had to start all over again as an entrepreneur because you have learned you. Enterpreneur asthma and your storyteller. We've done quite a lot of these things in a lot of our enterpreneurs in the audience and most likely aspiring do those and they're just getting started and then the question that i'm going to ask after they're going to jump into your thoughts on what you do for you to start over again so that always understand how they can apply all of these knowledge. What they're learning into the situations in today's world and kick off my first question is could you tell us a little bit about yourself. Attempts to background education and maybe new experience storytelling in. How did you get started. Thank you but why consider myself a storyteller when people ask me what do i do because actually that is probably one of the worst questions. I am on seraing. What's your job officially on the founder of a podcast company. Because for me podcasting is the ultimate medium for storytelling. But when people ask me that question. I'll tell them rather than what do i do. I'll tell them. I'm a storyteller and help people tell stories because we all love stories right. If you remember school the teachers would say gather around the best teachers will always always the best storytellers at school right. And you'll remember. I'm sure her but you know you remember from your call age. There was that one teacher he or she inspired you through stories and you remember the subjects and that's really no different in business as well so it's now how do you teach people storytelling. You train them to tell better stories. That's what i do. In an essence in a nutshell and my career has weaved through many aspects of storytelling from writing to podcasting to being an entrepreneur all different facets of storytelling so free. That's what we can talk about tonight. awesome awesome. I think you're right there. When you're talking. I kept remembering you know The teachers and the stories they told and it's true seems the subject. I learned the best ones where i could remember the story. 'cause echo connect old this story to the element at one. Quick example was ahead this female physics teacher now. Physics was behind a subjects for the students. We didn't do we. The content thought very dry but she had a way of explaining by being visually. I remember one particular example issued. Talk about the double a fact that you explain how they go passing bugging zine and making that sound was so visually and into the continent to this moment. I can still remember that. So her name right. I remember everything it was to. It was quite the experience. And that's what you mean. Here is business owners. We need to create this experienced customers. Yeah i think it was. Meyer engineer the author writes who said that people will always forget what you told them but they will always remember how you made them feel now. Think about every single business presentation you've ever seen being an event you've watched webinars and it was the guy that did the bullet points in the pow points in the slides that kind of bored everybody even though it may have been really technically interesting and yet it was the guy that told the stories that engaged people and he probably was very light on technical detail but grabbed you and richard. You brunson said that. Fundamentally being an entrepreneur is being storyteller. Think about that that. Would we do as entrepreneurs a big part of what we do. For example you may be raising. Funds may be asking friends and family or you know. Investors angel investors funds. That's a story. They buy the story anything than the numbers. And then you may be selling. If you're an entrepreneur you'll selling. I don't care if you're a you know you think of yourself as technical or whatever it may be you all selling in different forms dadis ultimately the purest form of storytelling your packaging information and making it. Rovan to somebody. That is what stories. All whether it's physics and the doppler effect she knew how to make it relevant to you she was engaging she connected with your senses and told you away that i can't get that and that that's exactly what we do is entrepreneurs when you're selling to a customer if you're if you're an entrepreneur yukon sell you. Call me an entrepreneur. Right you have to sell your selling your taking information packaging. It just like i give you another example of a story which people don't think a story so hub at tend to stories at once upon a time but i'll give you an example of a really powerful story tall recently flagging the curve so you remember year ago when they talked about the covid pandemic and flattening the curve. You know they had to get this cov- down and it was going to squash the instances cases that's a fantastic example data storytelling. It was a story just like a hollywood movie that had a beginning a middle and an end and it had the rocky road of challenge the departure all these of scenes you see in fantastic hero myths. So storytelling has many many different forms. And it's not just you know the the classic fairy tales that we know right ultimately it's you know it's Yeah it's just all about conveying information.

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"graham brown" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

05:47 min | 3 months ago

"graham brown" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

"Because he's a mountain of a man who used to be you know a violent fugitive task force guy and i said mr cameron. I appreciate what you did here. Caused me a little more work. But that's fine. And so in the spirit of detente. So that you will understand. What's going on as well at the end of my book. Jack ryan senior. Who's your character has. A stroke is in his now an invalid so i hope we can work with that. Good luck in. So i just laid. I am afraid he would come. Find me and kill me but it is it. Is you know. It's kind of humorous but also not humorous where we have to try and make sure that we're stayed in tied into each other so we don't inadvertently Put the other person in a in a box. They can't get out of Wow yeah so. That's tom coburn of so. He's a editing. One of these books like oh. That's amazing wow it is amazing. And it's also great because he serves as the guardrails for the series both the current books that are going on and then everything happened in clancy versus. Oh when you talk to him to to my good friends or boyd morrison and graham brown in both of them. Graham still does boy doesn't any longer but both of them wrote with quite customer for a long time for number book since two has told me about coming to clive. Cussler to pitch your book in saying. Hey this is what. I think i do in cloud would say nope did that. Eight bucks to go in this series in. Here's when it happened in. Tom cogan very much fills that role. Where when you pitch plots to him or something. He's able to tied together. What's happened before in the clancy universe in what's going to happen and he also serves as the gatekeeper for the actual book. So because i write the matt drake series is well. you can't help but have some similarities or some bleed through from one to the other and so in target acquired there's this really pivotal scene. Where jack ryan. Junior is on the run and he calls back to john clark. Who is this iconic clancy character who had without remorse his origin story. He's been in the book series every Ever since. And he's maybe a little less respectful. The mr clark on the phone than than what mr clark normally merits. Tom cogan just like the the fist of the war came down is like no. That is not how jack ryan junior would talk to clark. That's matt drake. That's not and so. He wasn't anywhere near as dramatic. As i'm making it out to be but he very much said he's like you know you might wanna take a look at that scene again because that's a little out of character for jack ryan junior and so it's important to have somebody who serves as the gatekeeper..

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"graham brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"graham brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Fired. You're fired. Will Clark? Is that it? That's all the bands. That's it. That's okay. Okay. Graham Brown was coming. One of the dates of the things that with the Oak Ridge Boys. What's the date at the state? Fair starts 19 through the 29th. Okay. Gotcha. And this concerts are free with admission to the fair, And I think the last time that they did this because I had to move out of Cardinal Stadium it was in. They set up kind of a stage deal over by Kentucky kingdom. I think they're gonna have a record number of state fair this year. Pop pop this up. I won't play well, Graham Brown. Also used on a Viagra commercial. I think in this Yeah, they're holding hands in the air, right? But they they can't share water always speaks his mind. Love T Grant Brown. There's nothing stronger. You should have been the headline. I can actually smell the corn dogs right now. Right? Hey, look, there's a person with an invisible dog on a leash. Yes, David. I almost died at the fair one year. Oh, the guy with the open flame next to you oxygen tanks. I could see the heavy couple with the matching U Can't touch this T shirt. Mm. What's that man doing? That Nice sheet President for the competition. You know where you can get a pound of really Good meet Tony, where lots of pasta. Lotsa pasta, Louisville dot com. Is the website for lunch dinner, just going grocery shopping or hit up to Delhi? Four. That's right, catering for big parties, They'll take care of you, it lots of pasta. Again on the toast at Dave. It's on the toes, staff and they make their bread. Speaking of toast,.

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"graham brown" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:24 min | 10 months ago

"graham brown" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome back sports targets Jason and a veto on a Friday 83605 95 1283605 90, Texas Kansas. Still canceled for tomorrow. Now I'm saying change your mind yesterday. I was, like, sort of shocked. Surprised, too. I want to Seymour. Yeah. Now I'm kind of like, Well, the season might be over after they over after that great offense of show you get scared to stay. I want to Seymour. I want to see the X man. I want to see eagles. I want to see. I want to see Weddington. I want to see be John Rossi. Sam breaks Sam one last time. Yeah, Way might not. We might not get to see him. We have. I think we will. I think there's no way the Texas says no to a bowl game. Just because of the 15 extra practice. We ask you yesterday should the Longhorns playing a bowl game on the Twitter poll? 53% say yes. So it is very close 47% of you. Voting said shut it down right now. I again I think it is dependent on who is going to be the coach of this team going forward of Tom Herman. If it's his team, you gotta go. You gotta go play in a bowl game. I will. I will pour some fire on them. What's left of the flame of Urban Meyer coming to Texas and pull support some gasoline on that in just a second. Will you pour some sugar on me? Absolutely. My man. We will not see Chris Brown play again, though another captain. Chris Brown, fifth year senior captain Holcomb Flex. It will make that money man he's opting out of you. Tease bowl game to start preparing for the NFL draft just doesn't bother me very much. This is the truth is Chris Brown and NFL. You know what Some of those guys have been amazing how they get in these. These lineups leads Texas guys, They just sort of show up. You know, you see that? Well, look who's in the lineup. Maybe. Yeah, He may be speed. He's got speed on you. And you're not bothered by this guy. Cosby in cadence turns quit you You said was Bob Bob for that, but regular season games? Yeah, they're quitters because their regular season game this guy's not a quitter. Listen, it is a low level bowl game piece protection his body. Get ready to make some money. Help your family out. No problem ball, But Sam and cadence turns quitters, you know? Experiments. Yeah, that's that plummets, and I'm nobody, but I don't really know right about it, but I think you're right. I think that those guys you know, even if you if you didn't want to play in the games, toe to stay safe, You don't have to leave it there. Come, come be with your teammates on the sideline there. Could you do that? Sure. Hey, guys, I'm only checking halfway out. I'm still here to root you on, but I'm not gonna play. It's happened before, Vito. I know I've been told about Former host of this show that said, Yeah, and the last couple of games some guys Checked out and they said we're not playing. They shoot it up, and we're there for the team, but they will not play. I'm not playing Bill. Schoening tell you that. Yeah, Bill shutting down when he played for the Texas Longhorns. Yeah, but, yeah, that happens. And I think this is probably for the optics cause me and Kate and should have done that. Defensive tackle Don't run away. I'm sorry, So if they would have waited one more week, and the Kansas game would have been canceled, then you don't care that they made that they quit on the team. What we never would have known they were they put on the team because you go there and you make up some lame lame excuse and UT officials again. He's got a bomb near. He's got a shoulder. Yeah. You're just saying, if if they would have done that, just to keep it internal, and they would have just worked it out themselves. And then they didn't have. That would be that would be a better look to me made of just three. I think that that's better. I think that you know that is that agrees. Well, I just wanted to make sure you know what I was here. I think it is, um You're not the greatest teammates Sam. Cause me Cadence turns by by saying, You know, I'm putting my health but how many likes and retweets? Did he get it? Did they get a lot of practice before somebody get him out? That mean do that. It is the age of the Graham Brown and some people I know. Some people said. Oh, I got every right in the world. This is their future. This is this is their livelihood. So that is disagree. And I hope those guys have really good college careers. I mean pro careers. Daniel Carson Defensive tackle has entered the transfer portal as well. So he his days as a longhorn are over Urban Meyer to Texas schools come back, not dead. Explain this form, not dead. Explain. Explain. Explain it. We know it wasn't dead, thought he just he shows not the residents. Brain health concerns erect annoyed. Directed or insists. I don't remember what it is. Yeah. There you go. Hey, was on COWHERD yesterday and said that he thinks about coaching every day Quote It would have to be the perfect perfect situation. It would have to be something. I was confident that health issues or something I could overcome, at least prevent, so I don't know. At this point. I think I'm done. But I would never say I'm never done and quote That's not what you meant Urban, But I followed the sentiment there. But he did say no, thank you, Texas. He said, No, thank you. Right now. Texas All right? Did I miss that part of the memo? We don't know. We don't know exactly what he said. All right, I'll wait. No, I love that baby. You know, UT told the statesmen and told people that they had been informed that he was not accepting the job. Now you d never said that somebody. Some source told that to be hurt Well, and that's seven official message. You beauty. You pointed out that crystal contact still has not addressed the situation. And so yeah, and and tell you tell me what's up. C D. C. I sit here and wildly speculate now. All right, you nameless, faceless Internet away, we'll hear. Yeah, Didn't in your mom's basement scourge, former Longhorn Brian Jones said on the ticket in Dallas. Urban Meyer to Texas isn't dead. Quote. Hold on tight I'm holding. Yeah, that's not a nameless, baseless Internet rumors. He CBS guy, Yeah. Jones 11 days before Urban Meyer took the job at Ohio State, Ohio State, said he's not coming. All right. So how many days ago? Is that? Yeah, actually. Yeah. We've got a week. It was Sunday night. Sunday night. So, Yeah, I map it out when his 11 days next Wednesday, Right someday. I'd be surprised if you make him but Curveball, said he thought he'd be the coach of Notre Dame in a couple of years. Said that earlier columnist week Well look, can I just say if that actually comes to fruition? That to me is the crazy that you're going to pick that armpit of the Midwest. Krusty Meth toenail fan haven't That the stadium is just Oh, God, over over the 40 acres. Yeah, just is what that is that a true indictment of just how far the program is for probably as well. So the Ed and I talked a little bit about this. You know why you're why you're on the beach. But yeah. What do you think about that? Because I still think The Texas I mean, with very few exceptions is the is the best job out there on the idea that urban says it's going to take a perfect situation and curveball says he'll be at Notre Dame. What? How? How can that be a better job than Texas? I just don't I don't get it. And maybe I am too drunk on the burnt orange Kool Aid, But I just don't get it looking at the optics of it. Take it from the what? The 40,000 FT View J Look down, You're in the capital of the greatest football producing states in the country. All right. In one of the prettiest most, you know, growing industrial, or, you know, with all different types. Elon Musk. 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"graham brown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"graham brown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And he was playing my field because Mark Grace was still on the team, and he dropped the ball to famous call where Ron Santo nearly had a heart attack in the Oh no, You dropped the ball, and you know, he nearly cost them the wildcard spot that year. Did you know that he's one of the hitting coaches for the Dodgers? So now? Not only do the Dodgers of Mark Pryor as they're pitching coach, they have brand Brown is there hitting coach? You talk about guys who Have been through the wringer with heartbreaking losses with the Cubs, both of them handling, pitching and hitting coach duties. Yeah, it interested. Me? Okay. I mean, Mark Pryor, I think being involved is always interesting. That names always always. Ah, You knew that I didn't know that Graham Brown was one of their heading coach. The MBA is looking to start their season pre Christmas some source they're saying December 22nd. With the like The Mane the Mane games being on Christmas Day, December 25th. It's kind of a restart. There's a huge story on it on ESPN dot com. With Adrian, you're asking Brian Winters. Basically, what they're saying is there might be a plain tournament and know All Star game or I'll start weekend. You're seeing that, like the The Winter Classic was canceled yesterday as well as all Star festivities for the NHL as they just try to like Lim everything going in the next year and tried to 72 game schedule. That's the other big takeaway from this report won't some good news? About a friend of the show friend of the station, Washington's Ron Rivera said for his final round of cancer treatment on Monday, they ring that Bell Ronnie is finishing seven weeks of treatments for sacraments. Cell cancer. And will undergo a chemotherapy session and Proton treatment on Monday. He was he still will have several weeks of followers and scans, but the toughest part is over. Quote. I've been told it's headed in the right direction. Rivera said. I mean, and he's coached football like I don't know how he's done that, like I'm just sitting here spewing sports stuff. He's he's like standing on the sideline calling. Going being a head coach for a football team that's fueling sports doing sports stuff. That's what I do. Coming up. Next. The nuttiest story the day a couple's first date and poorly of some vermin in a Wal Mart. And the captured turkey. On ESPN 1000, Chicago's home for sports. Over and unders parley with Mike North and Carmen DeFalco on ESPN. 1000 Show Me Too much. Chicago's Home for Sports The odds. Couple presented by Prop swab UFC 2 54 is coming up on October 24th. And there's no better place to bet.

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"graham brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"graham brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The justice and police act aimed at removing barriers of prosecuting police conduct and diverting funds Michelle Franzen ABC news the controversial John B. Castleman statue has been removed from Louisville's Cherokee triangle people watched early this morning as city crews began removing the century old statue of the Confederate soldier this is a mostly white neighborhoods and so I really question what the attachment is to symbolize that there were so many instances throughout his career where he he did many things that they help local including blacks mayor Fisher ordered the statues removal after a judge ruled the city had a right to do so more Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COPD nineteen the Indiana health department reporting two hundred forty four new cases that brings the thirty seven thousand six hundred twenty three the total number of Indiana residents known to have the corona virus a total of two thousand one hundred thirty five Hoosiers are confirmed to have died from covert nineteen an increase of fourteen over the previous day another one hundred eighty one probable deaths have been reported that Suzanne Duval a collaboration of Louisville's major medical centers and the university of Louisville is launching a corona virus radar will Clark explains the coal immunity project has received one and a half million dollars from the James Graham brown foundation as well as additional gifts to expand corona virus testing and launch a virus radar for understanding it spread the new investment will support a three step testing process so people in the community for corona virus antibodies along with testing of waste water the goal is to develop a real time picture of the virus beginning in Jefferson County with the hope of later spreading the model to other affected communities worldwide the Louisville zoo will reopen to members only this Friday and to the general public on June twenty six it will operate with a reduced capacity of one hundred gas per hour everyone including members must reserve tickets online at a popular beach off Australia's east coast is now the latest scene of a fatal shark attack a sixty year old surfer was attacked and killed by a ten foot great white shark off the Australian coast Sunday the man got a bite to the back of his diet was brought to the shore by other surfers who had fought off the shark the victim from to get just over the state border in Queensland received first aid on the shore but died on the beach it is the third fatal shark attack in Australia this year Matt Piper reporting governor bush years corona virus briefing is coming up at four o'clock on pole miles news radio eight forty WHAS problem.

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Graham Brown: How To Influence, Engage, And Create Change Through Storytelling

The $100 MBA Show

05:23 min | 1 year ago

Graham Brown: How To Influence, Engage, And Create Change Through Storytelling

"In my leadership in the exponential era book one of the storytelling techniques. That I teach in workshops and I share it in the book is the three box. Transformation story inspired somewhat by Charles Dickinson Christmas cow. But I want to go into that just now because Christmas is already passed but just know that there are three boxes and this is how you can tell a story. A good example is when I came to Singapore and I moved to Singapore from Japan two years ago. I could have told people what I was doing there. People ask me. What are you doing here? Graham why are you in Singapore? I'm Ron and tell them what my job ause. I told him what I was going to build you see. I told them that. I came to Singapore to build podcast studio and a podcast business and that Saturday after I moved to Singapore. I put the call out linked in and said I'm going to build a podcast. Judea if you WANNA come along and help me build this and up the acoustic tiles and put in the wiring. Setup the microphones Akon pay with anything apart from kindness memories. Good Times a beer. And a whole bunch of people turned up owning youtube people in Singapore at the time but twelve people turned up to help me build the studio. And that's the point. That's the power of story if I said to somebody when they asked me. What are you doing unless said Yeah I do podcasts. It's a missed opportunity. Robin tell people what you do. Tell them what you're going to build. When you tell stories about you business you can break it down like that. Break it down to three boxes past present future. Let's have a look at those. It's very simple. If you want to tell people about you'll business why you hear what you're selling. Break it down into the three boxes. And if you WANNA go deeper into this cycle the exponential leadership book which is free by the way you can go and get a xl dot org. But I give a plug at the end of this podcast anyway. So you don't forget it for now past present future past. Where have you come from? What is the mindset that brought you here and what is the mindset? Also that holds people back present. What is the shape of the business that you all today and future? What is the shape of the business that you want to become now? You may think this may work for for example. The startup she does is a fantastic sales tool for start of but also works with multi billion dollar enterprises a great example of this. I've seen Tony Fernandez. Who is the CEO of Airasia when he talks about the future of the quote Unquote Airline? He doesn't talk about in the context of we're an allied. He uses the equivalent of the three bucks technique which is passed all is the mindset. That's holding his back. Well the mindset. That's holding AirAsia. Back is we're in allied. We sow tickets. We sell seats and yet if they want to grow they can't go on with that mindset they have to change it they have to even sell competitive tickets. They have to sell whole bunch of other different services ancillary services everything from music to food president. What's the shape of the business that we all today was the structure in which we need to innovate well? We're an ally but yet we have this ecosystem of partners we have venture fund that's funding these policies future. What's the shape of the business that we want to become? We doesn't talk about becoming a better airline. He talks about becoming a digital to travel platform. So maybe you hear Tony Fernandez Talk. He tells the story of Airasia. Tudo which is the journey from being an Anna sold tickets to a digital travel platform. Because you know the problem is this is that the future doesn't belong to the airline that flies the most plane but the travel company that solves the most problems unless what it's about storytelling is about sharing the journey of you and your business why you hear and what you're trying to get to and you can use storytelling everywhere. You can use it when you sell when you post on social media. Notice the difference between just telling people is what we do or just telling people were doing this now or telling people we just on this the difference from that to telling story about it you'll engagements on social media will increase significantly unlike. Weiss this podcast. I've shared stories with. I could just have told you that. Storytelling is a powerful tool and here are three things that you need to know. But then it's not about that like Maya Angelou. The author once wrote people. Soon forget what you told them but over? S- remember how you made them feel so that my name's Graham Brown signing of hopefully I gave you some insights into the world of

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"graham brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"graham brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"James Graham brown cancer center Dunbar announced the gift this morning in memory of his six year old son who died of cancer in two thousand one this therapy is curative period not all patients not all cancers but when it works it's a very durable cure the new program will be named the Dunbar car T. cell program the southern Indiana school board will vote on whether to accept a half million dollar donation from a controversy a local man the John Schneider foundation donated five hundred thousand dollars to Jeffersonville high school that money would go towards fixing up the school's baseball field by installing artificial turf and a new fence as well as renovating the dugouts Schneider the founder of Papa John's was accused of using a racial slur during a conference call last year he resigned as the company's chairman shortly after if the school board votes to accept the money Jeffersonville stadium will be renamed Chater stadium for the next twenty five years Haley Hanssen newsradio wait forty WHAS a police officer in fort worth Texas now charged with murder after his body cam video showed him shooting a woman to death in her own home officer Aaron dean resigned one day after the shooting and was arrested fort worth police chief ed Krause says the incident has been tough on his officers there after trying to build these relationships and I'd like it to a bunch of ants building at an ant hill and then somebody comes with a hose and washes it away they just have to start from scratch he says the department will be engaging a third party to review its practices another key player is testifying behind closed doors today as part of the houses impeachment inquiry Deputy Assistant secretary of state George can't appeared before the three house committees leading the impeachment inquiry an official working on the impeachment inquiry told ABC news can't was subpoenaed for his testimony Tuesday morning in light of an attempt by the state department in coordination with the White House to direct him not to appear for his schedule deposition in as deliberate here ABC news Washington twelve democratic presidential candidates will be on stage for tonight's debate from suburban Columbus Ohio the debate airs live on CNN at eight PM eastern to Ohio sixteen year old to remain at a juvenile detention center charged with reckless homicide for the death of a photographer at a park the two teenagers have pleaded not guilty to the reckless homicide charges and if requested court appointed counsel Hocking county prosecutor Benjamin the fickle says photographer Victoria Schaefer was taking pictures with five students when a seventy four pound log fell off a seventy five foot cliff on newer killing her instantly investigators suspected the log it been pushed her throne on October eighth they got a tip from the mother of a classmate of one of the suspects who says that suspect admitted in a taxi had done something series in the park with another juvenile crime burl ABC news AMC theatres is entering the streaming wars the nation's leading movie theater chain is launching its own streaming service for members of its loyalty program starting today anyone who signed up for the AMC stubs program can access about two thousand films from every major studio to rent or buy and watch them at home your next news update is at three thirty I Suzanne Duval news radio eight forty WHAS Kentucky Ennis breaking news weather and traffic.

"graham brown" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"graham brown" Discussed on KTRH

"What J. S. C. started as a really set the tone for what it meant to be a leader that's current J. is the director mark are you telling our TV partner channel two that he knew craft craft simply as the legend craft joined the NASA space task group in nineteen fifty eight was part of the mercury and given I programs the first send Americans into space he retired in nineteen eighty two after playing roles in the final Apollo missions Skylab and the first flights of the space shuttle a Conroe man has been injured while protecting a six year old neighbor from a dog attack in the deer trail subdivision they said the child to other neighbors playing in the driveway when a dog attacked Graham brown pull that animal away from the boy the nineteen year old and struggled to keep the dog away until the child was safe child bitten on the hand brown was true to the hospital for lacerations to his hand and had the dog is with the Montgomery County animal control now and its owner has been cited here's on a political note here in Texas former Democrat gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis now running for a G. O. P. held U. S. house seat this coveted by Democrats that's the twenty first congressional district north of San Antonio a large part of Austin the seat currently held by Hays county Republican chip Roy Davis came to national attention in twenty thirteen when she did that failed filibuster of a pro life bill in the Texas legislature then she went on to run against Greg Abbott and lost by more than twenty percentage points in her bid for governor our news time now five oh seven if the Tokyo Olympics were held today the U. S. would win the most gold medals in the overall.

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"graham brown" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"graham brown" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Founded by a Russell Smith SO was the singer song writer co founder of this group described by many as the roots rock he died at the age of seventy we're going awhile this is Facebook by the amazing rhythm aces this song I think probably their signatures on third rate romance anyway the and we're on the move add this on his voice and there the fact that their country an interesting combination because this thing could fit into several genres that Sammy Kershaw I know this song but it was saying it in country at a later on probably after the third Russell Smith came from Nashville thanks to you is are raised in Lafayette Tennessee and started singing in Memphis sort of a blend of country in southern rock and bluegrass he not only friend in this group which won a Grammy but launched a solo career in well reaching country's top forty with I wonder what she's doing your time the state she is also a hit songwriter corrode number one hits for Randy Travis for T. Graham brown for Ricky van Shelton rate might be darkness which would be the final chart topping song for religion John Williams this sounds also recorded by Tanya Tucker Rosanne cash Kenny Rogers Oakridge boys on Facebook his son Matthew rose de flowers donations are made was father's marching band program that made that sounds great I so you guys only seventy years old though have staff so that's the passing a Russell Smith note here on the TV program up next in terms of musical focus Cheryl crow who is no stranger covering Bob Dylan having released a cover version do inside the Mississippi in tombstone blues on past albums she continues that trend on our upcoming LP call threads offering an uptempo rendition of everything is broken for a Jason is valid verses on the track least ideal in this album in nineteen eighty nine call mercy pros threads is an all star project other gas decide Jason Isbell Stevie Nicks is on it Keith Richards is on an American Morris's on empress staple that quite a performance I think we talked for we played like three of the songs and newest one that she's strong but it's cool project yep complete album drops the end of August so the latest on the update with the Cheryl crow in the focus on the JV show at twenty eight after the hour your attitude determines how you hear things this is a motional management I'm doctor Christian conte have you ever noticed that one person can be extremely bothered by the same noise and another person finds pleasure in the reason that so is it's not the sound itself that determines how we hear things about our attitudes one person might hear the sound of clothes for instance and think if another might find joy in trying to hear what kind of quote dialogue.

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"graham brown" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"graham brown" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Bob Costantini opposition is growing toward the president's character against Mexico, do not particularly the terrorists. I'm afraid that might dangerous American jobs. I'm Linda Kenyon, Washington. The battle over Missouri's only operating abortion provider continues in court we can never sacrifice Satan. They have politicized process. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. Walmart executives get an earful for how they treat workers. I'm Jessica ettinger Scott Carr in Washington last month. American companies added the fewest jobs in nine years, BT Graham Brown and the best job in the world. Before leaving. So it's all too and getting better. I'm Jim Bohannon with more later on all ahead on America in the morning. Seven minutes after the hour on this date seventy five years ago, allied forces steamed, the beaches of Normandy, France says they began to liberate German-occupied, western Europe, thousands of soldiers died to defeat the Nazis, President Trump joined world leaders in London as part of yesterday's d day remembrance. There are more tribute today. Bob Costantini is following the president abroad in Portsmouth, where so many ships were launched across the English channel toward France. President Trump reading from Franklin Delano Roosevelt's address to the nation the night of June six nineteen forty four including a prayer. The president said those seventy five years ago, they will lead. I bless us for the enemies strong. He may herald back our forces, but we shall return again. And again, Mr. Trump's official host Queen Elizabeth closed out the state visit at the Portsmouth, ceremonies talking about how the sixty. Anniversary was considered possibly the last to include large numbers of Americans and Brits, who landed in mainland Europe, to fight the Germans, but the wartime generation, my generation is resilient and I'm deny she'd to be with you in Portsmouth today. The president and Queen as part of their last event together during the official state, visit mediev- veterans..

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"graham brown" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"graham brown" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Browder after the game hopped on instagram and just immediately started blighting bill bellichik which i have no problem with his graham brown is not on the jamie can say whatever the lucky wants true what was troubling was when dont'a hightower was lacking those post sucks i thought it was like collins somebody else for their like former pets liked by okay that was like dante i was like wade opt out are still plays formulas joe does drought of new deal only osce sleep help not not wrong i wonder where he'll go after he's cut this year for us to reconcile differences uh probably somewhere terrify philly his is going to south fairly it was a stuck in news a the like they eagles bagels want it that mlk meltdown milking seven minutes of the fourth quarter clark is what won them the game that in the fumble by tom brady i don't i don't even know that stroke whoa back you wouldn't have of the ball back if you didn't fumble listen if if he had walked out and scored and there were any amount of time left that patriots defense was going to give up another touchdown i i get it you terrified of falls i get it latin looking fucking do you an icon of jagan alternates napster the eagles last night with thrown for similar amount of yardage prayer i would cut to touch now though.

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"graham brown" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"graham brown" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"Receive through all the time every week every game that seat in the nfl and officials on exploits it in a new emsar got all attention any anyways i think a djibouti is excellent and i think it is unfair because he did cover i know graham brown got behind him like maybe once or twice but for the most part he covered him extremely well i also think brown is a much better route runners in brandin cooks was better i run into any one of the free world so i'm sorry oh let's cozy next no i was gonna say we're gonna go get out of the ball but i do want to throw one thing out there that we should expect against a very sown heavy team is a lot of flood routes in and you'll see a lot of just a flooding does owns that's something you should expect and i'm just iit's so the reason why britain rubbed john lewis as a decoys because i feel like you run a flood route would grow can lewis on one side you run lewis on some sort of wheel route at the ceylon like that vacates the underneath zone and that happens fast so i suspect the c lewis ingrown going deep with cooks or somebody with some speed running drags into the vacate his own that is super quad boxy by it just to give you guys a heads up but we should go on to the other side of the ball which is less faulkner big to talk about but maybe more impactful because how much the jags are able to score because we talk about how to stop brady but we don't talk about no one expects the jax to be able to score so even if you shut brady down and it only get like three or ten point like do we think that the jacks are going to be able to manufacture enough offense to give their defense a break into win this game i think it's hard because.

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"graham brown" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"graham brown" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"Um i first words with and they around ninety years ago we're on a film together and since then he's because her husband and a father and would would imply playwright which is going to tell you about it's a no gave an episode low pizza gold stories helfand is only ethics just over thirty minutes how i love spending time with on the arm really grateful that he came on let have she's episode twenty two of the to shop podcast without the charitable of this is the first leg is this the first through the stop the talk this is yet to be back in the hometown too good off is good because i normally work in the exchange us kandalama of works that quite a bit nia waited once before but it's good to case is because we breakfast in london for four weeks and we came eighth wiping it so it's a bit is it just a bit mandates schizophrenic two were somewhere in an open in a completely different city ashley cole spit weighed leslie she got home comforts but help but he's hopes i got think when you're a way you can be be ready selfish mania when your home alcohol l three year old girl anna you still got the dodgy ways six in the morning and get up in the middle of the night and all that sort of stuff sucked in ah bowels how was was it was it you grew up in manchester so i agree will i was born in we've been show and i grew up in tinplate i'm of the graham brown and franc's oddball.

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