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Freedom Is Not a Free Ride: Taking America Back With Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | 3 d ago

Freedom Is Not a Free Ride: Taking America Back With Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

"I really think that you know when you when you see what's happening in america today you realize this is kind of a classic pattern. God allows things to go too far as i said earlier to wake his people up and the enemy always plays in his hands and goes just a little bit too far and then suddenly people wake up. I never thought it would get this bad this quickly but it seems that it has taken the madness. I mean whether we're talking about antifa or the transgender madness. I mean most americans if they can finally focus they look they say. Wait a minute. But bruce jenner is a woman. You're telling me. I have to use this pronoun. You're telling the people burning down buildings aren't doing anything wrong. They're peaceful protesters. Notice your average american voice the way you do. I do looks around and says this has gone too far. Madness has been unleashed on the land. I need to do something for my kids for my grandkids. I thought freedom was a free ride. And i realize now have to pick up my gun and go to the phone lines. Maybe not literally. But it's a similar thing you realize that everything you held near and dear is being threatened directly when your kids are being threatened. Said you don't care you're gonna do whatever it takes. It's about the kids. You know the instinct you know what the lord and teaches us about parenting. The parents aren't about to take out a lot. They're not about to allow this to happen in their schools. They may not seen it. 'cause they worked but you know. I think the combination of having the kids at home during kobe. I think the left's movement. I think the idea somehow that our country was founded the sixteen nineteen project. This this idea that we're were racist because we're white this is some parents are not going to sit back and allow to be propagated. And so it'll take a little time to regain control of the city. Councils of the school boards of these state boards reaches that ladder university system to become american universities today. They're largely not american and frankly not the kind of university anybody would be proud of. I think people are gonna take this all back in. What they need is good leaders. Who are fearless. Helping them figure out where to apply their shoulder to the grindstone. We know choices

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How to Win at Work and Succeed at Life with Michael Hyatt

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:24 min | Last month

How to Win at Work and Succeed at Life with Michael Hyatt

"Today. We have a lot of celebrity entrepreneurs advocating what we call them the book the hustle fallacy. Where you just work hard. Keep your nose to the grindstone crank. You'll put in the hours crank out the work. can eventually. you'll be able to slow down. Give attention to your health. You most important relationships and and be able to have some semblance of balance. There are some people that choose sort of the opposite approach and we call this the ambition break where they just pump the brakes on their career. And they say look. It's it's not worth blowing out my personal health or my most important relationships so i will settle for less than what i know. I'm capable of in my career. We think and by the way. I wrote this book with my oldest daughter. Megan who is the ceo. Michael hanalani albany now but the we believe that's a false choice that that it's not either or as you said but it's both and and that's the double win double win fire nation and. I hope you're listening to michael right. Now you're asking yourself these important questions. Are you right now. Claiming a false summits about that. Are you putting yourself in a situation where you're facing an impossible choice. These are hard questions but imported ones. You wanna answer now not five years ten years from now and your book's subtitle michael is five principles to free yourself from the cult of overwork. Why did you choose to subtitle. We really came to the conclusion as we listen to. A lot of people like elon. Musk for example which has done amazing things in the world. But when he advocates that people should be working eighty to a hundred hours a week and he's done that at numerous entrepreneurial conferences because he said if you can put in that kind of time you can do three to four months what your competitors will take a year to do and that will give you a competitive advantage. But what he doesn't share is he's now on his third marriage his five sons by omission. Don't speak to him. You know it's come it at considerable cost and i know you know. His driving. Passion in life is to go to mars but he might be there alone when it's all said and done and and this is kind of a cult and it has all the same kind of addictive properties that you know. Alcoholism would have or any other substance abuse or even unhealthy religion. And that's why we named it

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A Stroll Through Racing History: Louis Quatorze

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:40 min | 2 months ago

A Stroll Through Racing History: Louis Quatorze

"He was a handsome bay. Grandson of northern dancer often described this regal and majestic it was appropriate. Given that he was named for a former king of france and twenty five years ago this weekend he won the one hundred twenty first running of the preakness stakes his name. Was louis tours. Fold on march thirteen. Nineteen ninety-three in kentucky. Lewis tours was offered by breeder. Georgia hoffman at the one thousand nine hundred ninety four keeneland july yearling sale but was bought back for two hundred twenty five thousand dollars off eventually sold an interest in the son of sovereign dancer to william cornacchia. And tell us contract with future hall of famer. Nick zito chosen the colts trainer. Bloomington doors whose name refers to the architecture stylings of the reign of king. Louis the fourteenth of france showed promise as a juvenile he robbed by five lengths and breaking his maiden at saratoga and he finished runner-up and both the hopeful stakes saratoga and the futurity at belmont park both of which were great one races early in his three-year-old campaign. Lacouture tour's want a pair of allowance races. At gulfstream park he was fourth in the florida derby unbridled song and runner-up beaten six skip away in the blue grass stakes at keeneland and a difficult journey the kentucky derby would relegate him to a sixteenth place. Finish some twenty two lakes behind winner. Grindstone still zito saw an opportunity in the preakness stakes with the colts. Blood work xrays following the derby reveals. No issues at the fact that neither grindstone nor beaten derby favourite song would be going to the preakness and z. Tow began believing that his horse would not only have an opportunity but also a legitimate shot at winning the second leg of the triple crown

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"grindstone" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:59 min | 4 months ago

"grindstone" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Only made six career starts but one of them resulted in a victory in the kentucky derby and burst onto the racing. Cd twenty five years ago this month with a win in the louisiana derby. His name was grindstone. A foal from the first crop of nineteen ninety kentucky derby winner dreidel rhinestones was owned and bred by lexington kentucky. Native william tian in the name of his overbrook farm center d wayne lukas grindstone raced twice as juvenile before undergoing surgery for a bone chip in a knee. But after a seven month layoff. He returned to the races with a runner-up relation allowance company at santa anita in february of nineteen ninety-six to start his three-year-old campaign. Despite having made just three career starts grindstone went to new orleans on march seventeen for the great three louisiana derby at a mile and a sixteen despite having nothing more than a maiden special weight victory to his name. Rhinestone was dispatched the two to one second choice behind local favorites arbs magic and it was arbs. Maverick stood and rhinestones way in the final furlong. Tony bentley had. The call takes me puts up. Magic hangs on the inside but it will be grindstone with the lead and sar magic. Grindstone when bill. Louisiana derby by war with terry daily with these victory that day grindstone was now part of discussions for the upcoming kentucky derby but he was lightly raced and no winner of the louisiana derby had won the kentucky. Derby splash gold. In nineteen twenty four grindstone stone would have one more prep race before heading to churchill downs. It would be the arkansas derby on april thirteen. It would be step up to a great two and a stretch out to a mile. An eight rhinestone would enter the starting gate as the eight to five favorite at once again. He would have to deal with the magic in the stretch. Terry wallace brings them home. Describe magic magic comes back. Takes at the magic of turn upset. Rhinestone was only eaten the neck that day but he would be heading to the kentucky derby with a lot of questions surrounding for one thing. Rhinestone had only made five career starts. No horse had won the kentucky. Derby on five starts or less since brokers tip in nineteen thirty-three for another. He wasn't even necessarily the best in these trainers d wayne. Lukas would be sending record. Five horses to the derby and lucas himself was reluctant to rank one above another. As for the rest of the lineup there was unbridled som- who would be the post time favorite. There was avenir from the west coast being trapped by a young trainer. By the name of bob baffert. There were skip away. Who had just set a stakes record in the bluegrass at keeneland. On the first saturday in may nineteen ninety-six. Rhinestone would have to overcome history. He would have to overcome highly talented and more experienced bows and he would have to make a furious. Run in the final furlong. But jockey jerry. Bailey had him in high gear. Dave johnson of abc sports with the goal of cracked late cabinet on the side of town. And here's optima to guide wasn't cabin on the inside was it baby. Mcquaid noted in the top urban grindstone and hit the wire together and it took five minutes for the placing judges to confirm the result of that photo. Finish but the winner of the one hundred twenty second run for the roses was grindstone. As one sports writer. Put it the kentucky. Derby distance is seventy nine thousand inches and by getting his nose in front of the wire grindstone had led only the final four but it was all that he needed five days later. Lucas announced that grindstone had been retired from racing. Following the discovery of another bone chip in the colts need may grindstone the first horse and seventy years to be retired immediately following win in the kentucky derby but he also has become the first horse in seventy two years to win both the louisiana derby and the kentucky derby he had won the first million dollar kentucky derby in history he had given lucas consecutive win and a triple crown race and he had made. Wt young kentucky derby winning owner and brief. I was never proud to stand next to mr young said lucas. Adding this is absolutely the happiest. I've ever been in my life. As a stallion grindstone would become the sire of belmont winter bird stone and the grand sire of classic winners mine that bird and summer bird following his stallion career in kentucky he would relocate to oregon and twenty ten where he would sire more stakes winners in the pacific northwest but the legacy of brian stone began twenty five years ago. This month with a win in the louisiana derby.

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"grindstone" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:59 min | 4 months ago

"grindstone" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"By woods. Tiger tiger is back on woods. The two thousand nineteen masters champion and breathtaking performances. Here's how you count eight. Three two time college basketball's still championship. Trophy is coming home to kentucky. But behind every great hero there are others individuals who play a crucial role in the achievements of those we read about in the headlines the ultimate team players content to stand behind the curtain embracing their place as a vital part of a sports success in horse racing. These are the unsung heroes horse racing full of unsung heroes including my special guest here. This morning lena lori l. who is the longtime exercise. Rider for hall of fame trainer. Shook mcgahey began working with sugar and nineteen eighty-four after moving from her native sweden. She is still with him today. Shook says she is an integral part of his success in his hall of fame career. And lena this week's unsung hero. Lena thanks for taking the time. Appreciate the visit. Our you know thirty seven years is an awful long time to do anything but to be an exercise rider for a man of the stature in an operation the stature of shook mcgahey boy what a ride. This is ben Yes i mean. That's the. I'm so lucky because i get to work with some of the very best horses. Then we have all the best resources so that makes my job easier to the come from the yes. Go ahead. I'm sorry to interrupt you. Go ahead no you go. How does a girl from sweden ended up working with such prestigious operation like shook mcgahey as far as I traveled in europe for a couple of years with a girlfriend and then my girlfriend need to go to america to so i said okay. I'm gonna go for six months. And then when i came over here As far as i freelance for a couple of months and then shook needed somebody to go to florida. And that's why i approached him about coming to where the job while still thirty seven years later the relationships still stands and still going strong. He sings your praises when i reached out to him and asked him if there was anybody who could think of that deserved to be an unsung hero on this particular segment He immediately sent back to me and gave me your name and your number. And he is so proud of you lena. While i'm proud to be part of the things that we can work together and the have because it seemed work. Everybody's important has to design work and that of course you have to have good verses to get to the top level which is why we like to be. How do you describe your role as an exercise rider. I'm a little bit of teacher like you. Work with the horses. Like young children and my job is to get them ready for the racist. Now some of them. You can see them in bombay. You just show them one time and they know exactly what to do and some of them you have to practice over and over and over again just like that like how children can be not everybody learns the same way so my job was something going on. Yeah it's such a great way to put it. I love that being a teacher working with these young horses. Getting them to to develop mentally and physically i i would imagine. It's about both of those right. Oh absolutely and that's i think that's the biggest difference between regular horses good horses and really great tortoises that great horses have special mind they have a special mindset. They used it really enjoy their work. They understand what you wanted to do. So a lotta times my horse. My job is easy because they already wanna do right now and out the other horses that you really have to practice with and have to do the things a lot more slow as it's as more of a challenge because towns on if you are yeah yeah there has to be more development. If you're the teacher tell me about some of your your price pupils if you will.

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Kurt Becker's Stroll Through Racing History: Grindstone

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:59 min | 4 months ago

Kurt Becker's Stroll Through Racing History: Grindstone

"Only made six career starts but one of them resulted in a victory in the kentucky derby and burst onto the racing. Cd twenty five years ago this month with a win in the louisiana derby. His name was grindstone. A foal from the first crop of nineteen ninety kentucky derby winner dreidel rhinestones was owned and bred by lexington kentucky. Native william tian in the name of his overbrook farm center d wayne lukas grindstone raced twice as juvenile before undergoing surgery for a bone chip in a knee. But after a seven month layoff. He returned to the races with a runner-up relation allowance company at santa anita in february of nineteen ninety-six to start his three-year-old campaign. Despite having made just three career starts grindstone went to new orleans on march seventeen for the great three louisiana derby at a mile and a sixteen despite having nothing more than a maiden special weight victory to his name. Rhinestone was dispatched the two to one second choice behind local favorites arbs magic and it was arbs. Maverick stood and rhinestones way in the final furlong. Tony bentley had. The call takes me puts up. Magic hangs on the inside but it will be grindstone with the lead and sar magic. Grindstone when bill. Louisiana derby by war with terry daily with these victory that day grindstone was now part of discussions for the upcoming kentucky derby but he was lightly raced and no winner of the louisiana derby had won the kentucky. Derby splash gold. In nineteen twenty four grindstone stone would have one more prep race before heading to churchill downs. It would be the arkansas derby on april thirteen. It would be step up to a great two and a stretch out to a mile. An eight rhinestone would enter the starting gate as the eight to five favorite at once again. He would have to deal with the magic in the stretch. Terry wallace brings them home. Describe magic magic comes back. Takes at the magic of turn upset. Rhinestone was only eaten the neck that day but he would be heading to the kentucky derby with a lot of questions surrounding for one thing. Rhinestone had only made five career starts. No horse had won the kentucky. Derby on five starts or less since brokers tip in nineteen thirty-three for another. He wasn't even necessarily the best in these trainers d wayne. Lukas would be sending record. Five horses to the derby and lucas himself was reluctant to rank one above another. As for the rest of the lineup there was unbridled som- who would be the post time favorite. There was avenir from the west coast being trapped by a young trainer. By the name of bob baffert. There were skip away. Who had just set a stakes record in the bluegrass at keeneland. On the first saturday in may nineteen ninety-six. Rhinestone would have to overcome history. He would have to overcome highly talented and more experienced bows and he would have to make a furious. Run in the final furlong. But jockey jerry. Bailey had him in high gear. Dave johnson of abc sports with the goal of cracked late cabinet on the side of town. And here's optima to guide wasn't cabin on the inside was it baby. Mcquaid noted in the top urban grindstone and hit the wire together and it took five minutes for the placing judges to confirm the result of that photo. Finish but the winner of the one hundred twenty second run for the roses was grindstone. As one sports writer. Put it the kentucky. Derby distance is seventy nine thousand inches and by getting his nose in front of the wire grindstone had led only the final four but it was all that he needed five days later. Lucas announced that grindstone had been retired from racing. Following the discovery of another bone chip in the colts need may grindstone the first horse and seventy years to be retired immediately following win in the kentucky derby but he also has become the first horse in seventy two years to win both the louisiana derby and the kentucky derby he had won the first million dollar kentucky derby in history he had given lucas consecutive win and a triple crown race and he had made. Wt young kentucky derby winning owner and brief. I was never proud to stand next to mr young said lucas. Adding this is absolutely the happiest. I've ever been in my life. As a stallion grindstone would become the sire of belmont winter bird stone and the grand sire of classic winners mine that bird and summer bird following his stallion career in kentucky he would relocate to oregon and twenty ten where he would sire more stakes winners in the pacific northwest but the legacy of brian stone began twenty five years ago. This month with a win in the louisiana derby.

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A look back at Grindstone's career

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:59 min | 4 months ago

A look back at Grindstone's career

"By woods. Tiger tiger is back on woods. The two thousand nineteen masters champion and breathtaking performances. Here's how you count eight. Three two time college basketball's still championship. Trophy is coming home to kentucky. But behind every great hero there are others individuals who play a crucial role in the achievements of those we read about in the headlines the ultimate team players content to stand behind the curtain embracing their place as a vital part of a sports success in horse racing. These are the unsung heroes horse racing full of unsung heroes including my special guest here. This morning lena lori l. who is the longtime exercise. Rider for hall of fame trainer. Shook mcgahey began working with sugar and nineteen eighty-four after moving from her native sweden. She is still with him today. Shook says she is an integral part of his success in his hall of fame career. And lena this week's unsung hero. Lena thanks for taking the time. Appreciate the visit. Our you know thirty seven years is an awful long time to do anything but to be an exercise rider for a man of the stature in an operation the stature of shook mcgahey boy what a ride. This is ben Yes i mean. That's the. I'm so lucky because i get to work with some of the very best horses. Then we have all the best resources so that makes my job easier to the come from the yes. Go ahead. I'm sorry to interrupt you. Go ahead no you go. How does a girl from sweden ended up working with such prestigious operation like shook mcgahey as far as I traveled in europe for a couple of years with a girlfriend and then my girlfriend need to go to america to so i said okay. I'm gonna go for six months. And then when i came over here As far as i freelance for a couple of months and then shook needed somebody to go to florida. And that's why i approached him about coming to where the job while still thirty seven years later the relationships still stands and still going strong. He sings your praises when i reached out to him and asked him if there was anybody who could think of that deserved to be an unsung hero on this particular segment He immediately sent back to me and gave me your name and your number. And he is so proud of you lena. While i'm proud to be part of the things that we can work together and the have because it seemed work. Everybody's important has to design work and that of course you have to have good verses to get to the top level which is why we like to be. How do you describe your role as an exercise rider. I'm a little bit of teacher like you. Work with the horses. Like young children and my job is to get them ready for the racist. Now some of them. You can see them in bombay. You just show them one time and they know exactly what to do and some of them you have to practice over and over and over again just like that like how children can be not everybody learns the same way so my job was something going on. Yeah it's such a great way to put it. I love that being a teacher working with these young horses. Getting them to to develop mentally and physically i i would imagine. It's about both of those right. Oh absolutely and that's i think that's the biggest difference between regular horses good horses and really great tortoises that great horses have special mind they have a special mindset. They used it really enjoy their work. They understand what you wanted to do. So a lotta times my horse. My job is easy because they already wanna do right now and out the other horses that you really have to practice with and have to do the things a lot more slow as it's as more of a challenge because towns on if you are yeah yeah there has to be more development. If you're the teacher tell me about some of your your price pupils if you will.

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"grindstone" Discussed on Hijacking History

Hijacking History

03:15 min | 5 months ago

"grindstone" Discussed on Hijacking History

"A wing of a large house approached by courtyard and shut off from the street by a high wall and a strong gate. The house belonged to a great nobleman. Who had lived in it until he made a flight from the troubles in his own cooks dress and got across the borders. Amir beasts of the chase flying from hunters. He was still in his madame psychosis no other than the same monsignor. The preparation of who's chocolate for whose lips had once occupied three strongmen. Besides the cooking question monsignor gone and three strongmen absolving themselves from the sin of having drawn his high wages by being more than ready and willing to cut his throat altar of the dining republic one and indivisible of liberty equality fraternity or death monsignors. House had been first sequestrating and then confiscated for all things move so fast and decree followed decree with that fierce precipitation that now upon the third night of the autumn month of september patriot emissaries of the law were in possession of monsignors and had marked with the tri-color and we're drinking brandy in its state apartments. A place of business in london like telsim place of business in paris would soon have driven the house out of its mind. Enter the gazette for what would stay. British responsibility and respect ability have said to orange trees in boxes in a bank courtyard and even to acute over the counter yet such things were texans had whitewashed cupid but he was still to be seen on the ceiling in the coolest linen aiming as he very often does at money from morning to night. Bankruptcy must inevitably have come of this young pagan in lombard street. London and also of a curtained alcove in the rear of the immortal boy and also a looking glass let into the wall and also clerks not at all old who danced in public on the slightest provocation yet. A french tells since could get on with these things exceedingly well and as long as the time sell together no man had taken fright at them and drawn out his money. what money would be drawn. Out of tolson's henceforth and what would lie there. Lost and forgotten what plate and jewels would tarnish until since hiding places while the depositors rusted prisons and when they should have violently perished and how many accounts with telephones never to be balanced in this world must be carried over into the next noman could have said that night anymore. Mr jarvis lorry could though he thought heavily of these questions he sat by newly lighted woodfire the blighted and unfruitful year was prematurely cold and on his honest and courageous face. There was a deeper shade than the pendant lamps could throw or any object in the room. Distorted reflect a shade of horror pied rooms in the bank in his fidelity to the house of which he had grown to be a part like strong rude ivy..

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Kim Ng Makes Baseball History

The Lead

04:54 min | 8 months ago

Kim Ng Makes Baseball History

"We'll somali i. Can you talk about your own relationship with kim hang. How did you get to know her. I started reporting on the dodgers around two thousand eight or nine with espn. And i'd see her on the field and she always was just kind of calmly standing there and you know just seemed like whatever interaction she had with people were seemed to be efficient and short and so it kind of intrigued me. Who is this person. So we just got to talking like. Oh this is this is coming. She's says gm and all of a sudden she's telling me stuff like we've got this kid kenley jansen as a catcher. You really can't hit those we put them on a mound and the results are interesting. Clayton's working on a slider molly. You should really check it out. But the where she would say it was so matter of fact and so dislike whole-home that that's kind of what stood out to me about her and then we've kept in touch over the years. How would you describe her personality. What she like completely unflappable. I think the first thing that needs to be done is. I've got a really familiarize myself with all. The ins and outs of the players. Deadpans are totally cool under pressure. Like the person you gonna call if you were kidnapped and needed the ransom delivered by noon with no you know without tipping off the police or anything else you. She won't be there. Where are we who these players are. And you know. That's that's at this point. The nuts and bolts of the job. Well for those. Who don't know that much about kim. And can you tell us about her career path so she played softball diversity of chicago. She was an infielder. She was really good. I was really a a sports nut love to play and she then became an intern with the white sox and twenty one years old working in the white sox baseball ops as an intern and at the time the other white sox were very good club had a lot of good young players and it was really just about learning and soaking it. All in absorbing all that i could and by the time she was twenty nine she was brian. Cashman the yankees assistant general manager and that was in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. They won titles ninety eight ninety nine and two thousand now. Let's be clear here. That had she been a man she would have gotten a gm job somewhere else. But that didn't happen. Molly you about saying and how. She operated differently than her peers in l. a. Can you tell us about that. I mean that that dodgers organization was by a bunch of guys who were so emotional so yell at each other so in their feelings she was just sort of just like standing there. Like i can't believe you guys and so it was just like toddlers running around at her feet. Two thousand five. The gm position becomes open and she interviewed for that job. What happens there. She was by all accounts. She was right there and franklin court the former owner of the dodgers wanted to hire her her pedigree spoke for itself. She had three world series rings. She had sixteen years in the business and the owner frank mccord. He wanted the credit of hiring the first female general manager. But what i was told later was that he was scared of the backlash of being the first guy to fire a female general manager. Because as we know it's a cutthroat industry n. gm's they don't their shelf life long even talented ones and so that was one of the reasons he was too scared of that. I guess the mcchord years got really ugly and about i say i wanna say two months before. The dodgers filed for bankruptcy. Because of a court drove the team into the ground. She got out of there and went to work with joe. Torry be again demonstrating how smart. She is molly. You know as well as anybody that kim has been talked about for basically twenty years now as the person who is going to be the first woman. Gm in baseball. Do you have a sense. For how many teams have considered her or interviewed for this position. Because yesterday when i wrote my story i published. I said as far as we know. The dodgers angels the padres the giants the mariners. They've all any reader and within like two minutes. My story going up. Somebody with orioles texted me. Oh we interviewed or to like it was just like everybody is interviewed her. Just sit there going through this anymore. They're just putting me through this so they can fill their quota or whatever i'm not gonna put myself section but she just did not give up and that's really the way a lot of my career has gone is just every step of the way it working as hard as i could give you my nose to the grindstone and just you know getting to the next level but i think this is so valuable to any of us who do have specific dream in mind about something. We'd like to do one day. And that's you know when you call close and you don't get that job that you desperate for just got a flick flush it and let it go and not let it break you to the point where you're not going to try again.

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"grindstone" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:43 min | 11 months ago

"grindstone" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Look for some, maybe surprises in your paycheck. After that, Colorado you got your nose to the grindstone knows the country's seventh hardest working state. According to Wallet up. This is based on everything from the average hours work per week to the percentage of workers who have more than one job. Colorado ranks 16th an average work week. Hours 18 for workers with multiple jobs. 13th when it comes to the average daily leisure time we take North Dakota is the country's hardest working state, West Virginia the least hardest working Tic TAC is reportedly set to announce a deal to sell its US business. CNBC says the Chinese parent company by dances selected a bitter and formal word could come as soon as tomorrow. Microsoft and partnership with WalMart and Oracle are among the top contenders with an expected sale price of $20 billion arm or the Chinese government will have a say on any possible sale to a U. S company. Michael Kastner, NBC News radio Stocks are mixed so far this morning. Despite some big winner zoom video is soaring after easily beaten Wall Street expectations with its earnings report, the videoconferencing company stock was that more than 30% 34% actually in pre market trading. On the other hand, enthusiasm for Tesla's hitting a road block company announced it intends to sell an additional $5 billion in stock that halted the increase in the company's stock in pre market trading. Right now, the Dow is down about 25 points. The NASDAQ is up 50, the S and P. 500 is up a point. Next money update Coming up in 8 12, Pat watered came away news Radio 7 45 B Case turn with a look at sports. Let's start with that. Good news. How about those abs? Yeah, the Avalanche trying to follow the Nuggets lead, so to speak and climb out.

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"grindstone" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"grindstone" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"The grindstone, if you will, on the issue that we watch here concerning persecution of Christians around the globe, there have been some developments. In the area of Nigeria. You've heard us talk about this. In the past. We've talked about some of the terrorist groups that air torturing the Christians there, but it seems to be getting more deadly. At least that's the impression I get from looking at some of the news headlines, so I thought, Well, let's have John Eibner back from Christian Solidarity International to discuss and he rejoins us from the The Switzerland offices of Christian Solidarity International, John Thank you for making time for us on this busy end of the week Friday. What is what exactly is going on in Nigeria? Well, it's just an escalation of violence that has been, um, therefore, ah, years. Actually, there's a struggle between Islamic forces and non Islamic forces to dominate the country. They're fragmented the country. Eyes descending into chaos in their areas, and you have different groups like this Poco Harlem. Which is a version and African version of the Islamic State O R. Isis and one of the news items that you could probably Ah, so recently had to do with the execution of I think was five. Ah, Christian Nigerian send as they were being executed. The message went out that this was Ah, warning to all of those who might convert to Christianity, so it's very clear. And anti Christian, Uh, statement and say in Nigeria, there's a struggle going on, and it's a longstanding struggle for Islamic domination. Of the country, Africa's largest country, numerically rich in resources, and there are different groups vying with each other. To come out on top and Boko Haram, this one of them the Fulani tribal militias another on and they are just as deadly as ah, local horror, which is, of course, much more right, widely known well, and I think the thing that when I was looking at that story, I don't know it seemed to strike and even Deeper kind of sheer terror into the people observing it because, you know, in the past, we've talked about how they've come in, and they've Razed villages. But you know people have some people have been able to escape and get out this. This was more of an assassination. This was more of a We weren't going there. Just steal land. Were there, Tio execute these people that we disagree with? And that seems To be increasing story by story that we're getting out of Nigeria. No more widespread, uh, messaging of of terror. The land grab again is largely in the so called middle belt, the middle part of ah, Nigeria, and that is largely committed by the Fulani tribal Uh, militia. Ah, The Boko Haram are mainly in the northern part of the country. They have different Tactics and, um and goals. But the Boko Haram in particular models itself on the Islamic state and has the stage manages the executions and sent out Ah messages of terror via social media, and they end up going around. The world. Andi. Actually, these groups are in some ways in competition with each other. Each wanted to be on top to emerge on top of a, uh, Islamic Nigeria a caliphate well end the the thing that complicates this at least as I understand it from our past discussions, but I always want to reemphasize it for people that are just hearing this for the first time. Is that the government is not only part of the problem and the fact that it's not punishing those groups that are doing these things, but it seems to be very sympathetic because some members are aligned with some of the groups now. That seems to be the case that it wouldn't be right to say that the Nigerian government is with thes. Ah terrorists, but they're certainly elements within the Nigerian Ah state in the power of the intelligence and military. Establishment that has relations with thieves, and they try to manage them and to use them, uh according to their own interests. So it seems that these groups can act with impunity that the Nigerian Army, for example, which is one of the greatest largest African armies and used on peacekeeping missions around the world. Is not able to manage the situation within Nigeria itself, so it raises all kinds of suspicions about who On the inner side is collaborating with those on the inside in government also have an Islamic agenda. Sharia law was promoted. By the current president. Um and many of the Northern states operate under Sharia law. That's another foremost of Islamization. And it was not put in place there by Boko Haram or by the Fulani but by the, uh, state authorities. Uh, so you see that there's this Islamic Ah, radical world that involved some of the ultra extremists like Coco harm, but also those that he was more conventional political means within the state system to promote that agenda. You were speaking with John Avner, whose the international executive director for Christian Solidarity International, and Much of his work has been to Document much of this persecution that goes on around the globe. One of the things that is that seems to be discouraging doctor honors that the Western world the civilized countries seem to I have very little impact on some of these areas. What what has been the world's response to the violence that we're seeing in Nigeria specifically. Or there really hasn't been. Ah, ah, very great response. You have to Keep in mind that this violence in confusion and competition that the Islamic forces are undertaking within Nigeria takes place in the context off a Ah Geo political struggle for domination of Nigeria and its resources. The United States is there. China is, of course, a growing Ah, Global power And these two of you, No superpowers are place ah, inch with each other. Uh or against each other to Ah, come out on top. Commercially in particular are so politically You can't separate the Commerce from from politics. And this is what is paramount for the great powers, not the Christians, not the Human beings, whether they're Christian or Muslim or whatever they may be. I want to friend suggests that you would go to see a side dash usa dot org. Everything that Christian solidarity is doing and is about is on that website on DH. There are ways that you can respond directly to what's going on in Nigeria. You can also find out.

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The Wimbledon Groundsman and the pursuit of grass court perfection

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

07:28 min | 1 year ago

The Wimbledon Groundsman and the pursuit of grass court perfection

"Finishing touches sharing that from the. Painters and Decorators around obviously were hardware His. Busy time. Everything's going well minus. And I can eat briefly explain. What your role is Wimbledon, what is it? So I'm. Chania grindstone for the championship coach. So my role until recall into. Neil Sibley head coaching culture. I'm working alongside. Practice course as well. So between the three of his way, Organiz the work for the team. About the daily jokes. and. How did you get into this role world because it's quite a niche profession, so did you kind of always in enter end up being. A groundsman is grounds keeping the correct terminology for for your profession. Were staff. Syrup Grimes GRANDPA MOM. Yeah, no I didn't always plan on being. Agrarians groundsman kind of wanted to be a state you, which was pretty boring. and. A levels didn't. Go to plan. saw. I decided to change tax and. Find a course a college impression. Round my for college. To do a diploma in Rasual. So I applied to that thinking if I can get into this second work at Liverpool and. Poland get to watch the football was. And so after after being there for for a year, they when? The Northern Montana Manchester. From the head groundsman there to Wimbledon after picnics, Brandon for a little bit decided my next placement with A. Wimbledon show. Of course add to six month

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Will PS5 Be Affected By All These Game Delays?

Beyond!

03:26 min | 1 year ago

Will PS5 Be Affected By All These Game Delays?

"Are here of course to talk about playstation games and one of the big things I wanted to talk about. This week is sort of all encapsulating topic that does has tie back to last week's episode and the irony of it which is delays there have been so many delays not just for last week's episode but since then Two of the most recent recent ones include dying light to being indefinitely delayed. It was originally going to be coming up this spring. It is now coming out sometime in the future ironman. VR was supposed to come out in February right around. My birthday was really excited. It's now been delayed until May Fifteenth Twenty Twenty of course last week seven remake was delayed by a month marvel's avengers was was delayed until September and cyberpunk twenty. Seventy seven was also delayed from April to September. So we're looking at many of the end of this generation's biggest games james coming later very close to this new generation. Of course that's not to mention these smaller delay that the partout also got a few months back into may we're seeing a lot of delays. The big first opening question I wanted to ask both of you guises and if we're on too much conversation last week stopped me are are you guys worried by any of these delays women OI D- yeah. I don't know so I'm annoyed as someone who wants to play Games when it's not nice out you know like that's one thing I hate is is like Oh cool like March like I'm not going outside March I hate that month it's a crappy and then they're like no good news is getting kicked to like September. It's beautiful outside. Good news is like cyberpunk cyberpunk coming on April. I would've I would've been outside being. I wish I was inside playing video games and oppose inside plans. It's beautiful outside to go outside but like I don't know it's it's frustrating. It's stupid both in terms of like as a Gamer but also someone who has to talk about these things talking about delays is not exciting. Yeah dramatic cancellation. It's just a mild inconvenience convenience. It's like Oh we have to wait longer and we have to. We have to tread water and be like. Oh this vamp what do we hope to see. I don't know what do you think it's going to happen next. The sequel who knows there's also this fallacy also that delays inherently by the team more time and the by and large from. What we've seen in red anecdotally is that they don't they actually extend crunch which it doesn't make it so CD project? Red Has like an extra six months or something to work on this game. It just means that they're like pedal to the metal nose to the grindstone and other stupid things uh-huh harder than ever for even longer which is like unfortunate. I know a lot of people. Don't really think about that part and in many ways I don't blame them like they don't really want to know how the sausage is made they. Just I want to have the sausage and I get that. But like digging into it and like following deb's on twitter. A lot of them were really saying a lot of the same stuff here. which is this is not necessarily necessarily giving them more lax creative freedom more space sort of like spread their wings a little bit? It's actually making it harder for them and extending their work hours. They want to ship projects. They WANNA get these projects out and not that this makes it so that that finish line is further down. And that's disappointing. The thing that I've have been saying is it sort of in this obviously feeds into the crunch culture as well. Is that at this point. Like just put the make the Games next launch games and I understand. It's not as easy as dragging dragging and dropping but something like Saturday. Of course yeah right so then like Sabir. PUNK is being developed concurrently with high end hardware which means that hypothetically there are versions of it that exist that are way better looking than the ones that. We're all GONNA play on our councils that we bought five years ago or three years ago.

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Capybara Games co-founder Nathan Vella is leaving the studio after 16 years

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Capybara Games co-founder Nathan Vella is leaving the studio after 16 years

"Games Co founder Nathan Velez leaving the studio after sixteen years and this comes from Elissa mcallen on Gamasutra Elissa Rights Nathan Vella one of the one of the founding dubs behind below developer. CAPYBARAS Games is departing the Canadian studio. He helped I found back in two thousand and three Vela made the announcement on twitter earlier today sharing that the shift will ultimately see him departing both Capi in the city of Toronto for a position in at a yet unnamed game game company I'm so proud of what this team has accomplished in. I've been so damn lucky to work alongside some of the best most talented most carrying humans in game two of Wright's villa quote copies in an amazing spot these days. I'm certain their best work is yet to come. It'll be sad to watch from afar but I'll I'll always be copies. Biggest fan huge thanks to the team old new for trusting and helping me same to our many great partners and friends. It's been an honor and quote you like a lot of category games. I do sword and sorcery super time force. They just grindstone yeah okay. That's really good so i. I love Capi Game's awesome but yeah I am very curious. We're we're Nathan Lane. I assume if you're leaving like a copy as a well-known studio and he built it you know he helped build that that legacy so I feel like whatever is coming is going to be really big yeah

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"grindstone" Discussed on The Stock Podcast | CEO and CFO Interviews

The Stock Podcast | CEO and CFO Interviews

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"grindstone" Discussed on The Stock Podcast | CEO and CFO Interviews

"It's not not not a false accusation or anything like that. Eliminating a company like always access to semiconductors triples it your despite what they're saying publicly they can work around around this charleston running the biggest thing harmless case study in real time which is taking fifty to a hundred billion dollars in income. We recreate the conductor industry like the answer. It's just it's not just retraining. Usa stuff's really hard on the scale which the doctors are made. You are running into the quantum mechanical effects at the small end thermal issues. It's just the work arounds becoming more art than science you. You can't just sort of say well. We'll just throw money at this exit fifty years from now. Maybe it's much better for time to cooperate with the west. They need semiconductors for artificial intelligence to run bobbins intense that needs them government. China needs damn why struggling and so to the extent. This is a crucial period innovation happening doctors. This is probably the right time to be pushing this issue without an think anything. I've said is overly political michael so far simply that you know we have something important to them. They have things that are important to us in our economy and this is a good time to get that worked out and make sure that intellectual property <unk> u._s. and european companies is protected coming back to britain's comments earlier on the semiconductor sector one thing the u._s. His trade war with china tells you in restrictions. <unk> is that suge doctors are really important. I mean the economy globally now runs on syndicate. Actors is a a handful of companies in the world where they were gone tomorrow. We wouldn't have semiconductors and then wouldn't be <unk> me once our current semiconductors broken in august the last forever pretty hard so if a handful of companies disappeared overnight in the semiconductor supply chain visited economy grindstone hall eighteen canal be panic instead of the takeaway from this trade war as a semiconductor is kind of important and then we step back from that and go others. There's companies like forever that have this really really great businesses that offer criteria were framework and then we would expect them to say respect to saying over it will everyone knows assamese are important in your these companies to be really expensive in not that sort of training like cyclical growth doesn't says because of all those fear in the market and you know we love fear but as crates opportunities. What are those handful of companies so i think this is really not well understood by the way it just done breath last night another word for fears volatility volatility equals risk in most people's view of the world and argue the world volatilities abilities does not equal risk. It equals opportunity so we're really excited about the volatility. You know kind of what rich said jessica one time recession is a terrible thing to ways. We think volatility is a terrible waste. What i think is not really well. Understood is is how concentrated some of these companies are so <hes>. We often ask ourself. Hey if a nuclear bomb fell on this company's headquarters and you know sort of wiped out and it was able to follow the branches and wiped out the whole company globally would it matter and there's lots of companies we say not really you know when i think about it that way not really but in the example of semiconductors offers a few companies that really matter so one company in europe s._n._l. Makes all the leading edge dodgy for the world that allow moore's a lotta take place you wipe out that one company put the world back a decade two decades along time. T._s._m._c. is a foundry located in taiwan. Yvonne seventy percent of semiconductors go through the island of taiwan fraction through the company taiwan soon after right because because back into the big piece thank you so it makes taiwan. I want incredibly important in geopolitical sort of escalation but it makes incredibly important to taiwan is not not at risk or important is is naive in our opinion so t- some is massively important samsung which is look at in south korea korea makes half the world's memory so without samsung. We doesn't add that doesn't add flash memory for lots of applications. The data center isn't de.

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"grindstone" Discussed on Off The Pill

Off The Pill

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"grindstone" Discussed on Off The Pill

"I don't know what he did yelling or he was trying to make me cry you cry, but you wouldn't cry. Yeah. Yeah. Grindstone cryer. I felt I was right. But you're never you're not really a crier because I tried to make him cry to his parents. Try to make your kids. No, no. Because you kind of want to get a reaction rate. You know, either like yell back, and and Kyle and Ryan I used to hate it. Because when I used to lecture them, they never contests. Like, they'd always be like, okay. I'll be like man, you know, what? Okay. And it'd be like, you know, you kind of. But that's that's the you know, how male and female females. We'd like to like keep going because you wanna see that. They're engaged in the conversation. Well, not only that. But I guess you to get the last word, and they say, okay. And he had The. the. Right. Shuts down and it does. So you kind of want him. Yeah. I remember the time that you didn't remember like he told my dad used to take picket after school may dad used to pick them up. And then take him to basketball doesn't the days. You know, he hated basketball judo. And so he would give my father like all these excuses have a stomach ache, headache, whatever. And then I find out later that oh he didn't go because or he had stomach ache. Fuming sava. We went home, and I told him, you know, if you think that you're like smart enough like you can make your own decisions. Then I'm pack your bags, and you go to Grandpa's and you make all your decisions and you're thinking, oh, he's going to cry. Just like he's just like sits there. He doesn't cry. You know? So I pack up this little bag and leave it, and I'm waiting for him to tell me something, you know, come back with something. He doesn't think. So then go back into his room. Like, so what your understand? And then, of course, like, you know, he's like, okay. And so then I tell them because I have to get the last word, right? Because he said, okay. Okay. Well, I'm leaving this bag right here. So it's a reminder. You're not old enough to make your own decisions. You're you're supposed to go about you're going to basketball. I don't remember that one. But. Makes sense sounds like me, I guess, I guess we're talking about a lot of a lot about the bad things..

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"grindstone" Discussed on Conversations with Phil

Conversations with Phil

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"grindstone" Discussed on Conversations with Phil

"Uh-huh. All right. Well, good morning. Good afternoon. Good day, wherever QR whatever you do in. Thanks. I pause and just a bit to spend a little time with me. So today, we get to talk to my buddy, Joe Callaway with his new book short sweet into to the point the leadership mindset. It is fantastic. I read through this twice. It will not take you longer read. But the lessons are long lasting and Joe's written some great other books as well as book category. A one really changed the way that I think about business, and I'm just like that that he's earth us today. Good morning. Jill has it gone, buddy. Going grindstone better. Now. Now that we're doing this, man. Awesome on center for excited that I get to talk to you today and share you with my folks because I don't know that everybody knows you. So tell us a little bit jail about your background. And how you got started as a, you know, as a big time consultant at everybody can learn from like, they can't that your big time. I I got started. I was making really short sweet. Wait, the nutshell hers. I was Nayna Agena real estate company. I mean a tiny little real estate like twelve agents. And then I went to work for a bigger one as director of marketing and ours responsible for every meeting that we add mine to give them to help them be better at what they did. So they could make more money because if they made more money, I made more money. So I got hooked on this idea of. Wow, what's out there that I can kinda process in pass onto people in such a way that they go hope while that helped that that really helped me in then I dead ended up evolve into speaking and some consulting and a bunch of books and and here I am decades later while. Wow. That's that's really cool. I didn't know that you are director of marketing before gel as marketing chain. At all in the last couple years. What do you think? We think maybe the internet the internet. You know, when the internet first kid, I said, I made inaugural one of my books. Actually, I say, you know, it hasn't changed that much. It's made things faster. Like, the telegraph made things pastor the telephone, but the fundamental later things hasn't changed. But in the last few years, particularly because of social media, your marketing is chains in his changed in many ways on fundamental Ville. Nobody cares. What I say about not business. Nobody cares. If I tell people have great, I am they they don't care. They wanna go. See, you know, this better than anybody. They wanna go see what other people what my customers think about it. And that's what's driving the market now. So yeah. Marketing now or the is about creating an experience that will cause that positive word of mouth, and of course. Yuno that serve in a. Yeah. Well, I think it's interesting. You know, we mentioned that type of marking. But I would also say Joe that marketing to employees his and to customers that are already customers is even more important when you think about your leadership mindset, I think the culture of many executives as well. I'm not going to get on social because it's a waste of time. And I see that if leaders actually embrace social bak- do a better job of create and repeat of their culture, even more which is one of the contents..

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"grindstone" Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"grindstone" Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

"I it's an I like I don't want to crush the guy because he's a nice. Enough guy. It's like, you know, says all the right things like a accountable to his teammates. But you know, the production is is not there, even when he's healthy. And he's always one hit away teams to being injured again. So with that being said, I see this line at ten and a half. And I'm scratching my head because I know that Washington is not good. I know just Johnson is a blow average QB. But if you can just competently run the offense. Washington should still be in the position where they can cover ten and a half spread. I mean, are they are they going to win this game? I mean stranger things have happened. But I don't see. I don't see washed it winning this game. But I could see Tennessee losing this game. And just giving it to wash it with bad turnovers. I could easily see that happening. So when I see you tend to have spread for a team that again while they're home. They're not exactly a world leaders. I just look at the citizens go out, and I gotta say, I gotta take Washington in the point here, you know, ten and a half his way too big of line to be seriously considering Tennessee. So I'm going to go of Washington here. Moving on. We've got in the nightcap Baltimore, traveling to San Diego up cheese. I did it's a traveling to Los Angeles the play the chargers man the plane in Carson, California. It's not even Los Angeles. But whatever whatever he you got the ravens played the chargers, you know, chargers Famer by four and a half, and you know, by the conceivable measures charges have a very good offense. Good defense like if you can easily make the case that the church had the most well rounded team in the entire NFL four and a half spread should not be that unreasonable. Elaine, the points. Lamar Jackson quarterback for the ravens not exactly professor pocket passer. Not nearly as bad as people keep saying. Yes. Yes. I know. The ravens are running the bulletin, but that's the scheme. They came up with because they're trying to maximize what Lamar Jackson does well his shifting and allusive miss causes too many issues for teams and because in the NFL teams are so geeked up on getting ready for passing attacks that the ravens are working the system to their advantage by just focusing strictly on a rushing quarterback type of offense. So yes, you can call a wildcat offense. But it's three option, and you know, what? Lamar Jackson do an excellent job with it. You know, Gus Edwards has multiple running rain multiple running lanes because teams have to account for them. So they're just gonna be going after. Who whoever they think has the ball and that just creates a running late. So I look at this. As a case where you know, I'm taking the chargers, but I have very serious concerns here because I could see scenario where Baltimore grindstone the clock. The chargers don't really get off the field because the Nazi in that really forces a ton of turnovers. So I could see a case where Baltimore grindstone clock. And just makes this a very heavy position of ridden game where this the being like a sixteen thirteen kinda game where? Yeah, the chargers win, but they don't cover I could easily see that scenario happening. So I'm taking the chargers for pigs pools. But if I was betting this game outright. I'd avoid completely compared to the Washington Tennessee game. I would bet money and washed it just because again, I'll trust Tennessee. Not that. I I'm a big fan of Washington in just Johnson being tenure journeymen in the league. That's not the case. It's just that that liable. Way too big this. I for the chargers has me a little skittish because I can easily see this being field goal difference game with the chargers winning now. Can Baltimore get there and win this game outright? Yes. Yes. They can. I just don't see it happening. But I will say this. If Baltimore wants this game it dramatically changes my perception of how Steelers game goes with New Orleans. So stay tuned for that. But I I have my thoughts on how how this game goes..

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"grindstone" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"grindstone" Discussed on KTRH

"Of employees said the begins slacking off at work in November with holiday fanfare beginning earlier and earlier every year. I can you avoid that trap. Especially when it might be noticeable by say the wrong people. We're joined now by Weldon long entrepreneur in sales trainer also author of a book called consistency selling Weldon. What should we keep in mind, you know, hard to stay focused this this time of year? We know that people from thirty minutes to a couple of hours a day slack off. Anyway, and this time of year it gives you the worst. So the real key is that you have to stay focused on your key priorities. It's more difficult to do this time of the year. But it is something we can't do with us a few simple ideas. All right. So the boss is out of the office. Maybe you know, half the staff as Christmas week off. But what are some of these ideas? Well, the main thing by you know, to stay focused on our priorities. We always talk about in the power consistency inconsistency selling we gotta keep those priorities right in front of us. You know, we recommend doing what I call a quiet time ritual. Review your key priorities for work every single day. Every morning. Over on your your coffee's morning. And then if you find yourself kind of wandering away from those priorities each day in this instance, may be spending too much time on the phone or shopping online or something like that. Yeah. You're gonna feel that little tug because you told yourself this morning or early that morning that you're going to stay focused on your key priorities. The good news is there's a huge opportunity to stay focused on key priorities. This time of year. And really differentiate yourself, you know, from other people in your department right to really show in stand head and shoulders against up against others. Can you can you actually stand out or just others not paying that much attention in your hard work might go unnoticed? That's a great question. And that's what people are concerned about which by the way, leads people tend to want to try and indicate themselves like, whoa. Look at me. Look at me. Look what I'm doing. And that's about the worst thing we could do. Okay, because nobody wants to be that guy. You don't wanna be the guy. Trying to say look at me. You gotta let the results you gotta let the productivity. Vindicate which means, you know, proper down keeper self-focused, but you notice the grindstone at work, and then the productivity sales numbers, whatever the members, the measurements are in that department when people start redoing them in January that where we're going to get noticed, but you have to be willing to do the work and depend on the results to vindicate you without going around saying, hey, look at me because no one's gonna wanna talk to you. They'll give some bites you the Christmas party all that kind of stuff. We're speaking with Weldon long entrepreneur in sales trainer also author of a book called consistency selling and we're talking about how to avoid slacker mode as we head into the holiday season. How about setting yourself up here for the new year better habits or something along those lines? That's a great question. I think probably the single most important question because whatever's going to happen over the next six weeks is going to happen. The key is to set ourselves up big time for twenty nineteen in my book, the power consistency. I talked about developing prosperity plan prosperity plan is a list of the three key priorities in your life. Your major professional goal your made your relationship goal and your major health goal. You have to identify with those key priorities are going to be you have to figure out what are the one or two things. I gotta do every single day not a hundred things just one or two that I gotta do every single day to hit those goals and implode world program those in our conscious planes a process of quiet time ritual. That's the real key right playing the long term and getting focused and executing on those things for the next year. Thanks Weldon Weldon long sales trainer entrepreneur and author of a book called consistency selling it is thirteen minutes now in front of the.

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"grindstone" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"grindstone" Discussed on KTOK

"Maybe that. It doesn't make a lot of sense other than you can control the people better if they don't have really good well-paying jobs. You can control the people better and pushed them onto the roles of unemployment or welfare or snap or whatever. If they don't have good paying jobs. You can't control the people. They're busy working. So again, June nineteen Seventy-nine under Jimmy Carter as he was ruining the economy that was the all time high. We've got a long way to go to we get back to that. How do you get back to that? How do you make that happen? Will you do that by continuing the course of lowering taxes on corporations and people imploring businesses to bring their companies back bring manufacturing back. Get people back to work and off the entitlement roles. Have people understand that freedom liberty and equal opportunity exists in this country. Take the opportunity through your Embiid to go and get yours. You just have to put your nose to the grind. So listen, you can get all the cliches out you want. But you can put your nose to the grindstone under Jimmy Carter. He's still get nowhere. But your nose to the grindstone under Barack Obama. Get nowhere. Use your drive desire ambition and real want to do better for yourself, your family, your community under Obama and Carter and you could get nowhere. I was Clinton in there too. Because he was a democrat as well. But he was smart enough as he was chasing skirts. He was smart enough. To know he didn't have the house nor the Senate. And if you wanted to get anything done he had to work with them. And the economy did very well under Bill Clinton because again, he was smart enough to know. This is how we have to do it. He also was against illegal immigration. He was not a guy that wanted everybody on entitlements. He was okay with people going back to work. In fact, he promoted it. When you talk about the economy in the numbers that were seeing you won't see it reported that often as I said, you're not seeing a trend over on on social media. There's a reason for that. You can't give this president his do. You can't say this guy's policies are actually getting something done. You can't do any of that not even for a second. Because that that runs the risk of being honest. That runs the risk of of being honest. And that might help him get reelected that might help the red keep the seats in the Senate and the house you can't have that. If you're the media, if your social media, if your Hollywood, if you're the music industry, if you're a big sports you have to you have to be negative on Trump. And if you're not you're going to be shouted down. And you're going to be in the doghouse. But I'm always going to be honest with you had a President Trump failed. Your to hear me say it he hasn't. He's done. Exactly what he said. He would do. And he's improved the economy the economic outlook for every American black white Hispanic Asian American Indian, whatever every American man woman inbetween every American who works or who wants to work has benefited from these policies these policies that make a lot of sense. It's really that. Simple. So I spent a lot of time with Eric Trump gonna hear that interview. After the break, I spent a lot of time with Eric Trump talking about the economy talking about what the trade deficit talking about. What you do is there really a trade war with China. We talk about the fake news media, and their lack of of truthful, honest reporting, we talk about all of that. And and I think you'll walk away from the conversation and say, you know, things really are as good as they say. Things really aren't as bad as the left media is saying perhaps, I should look at my Bank account.

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"grindstone" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"grindstone" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the threes. And it's brought to us by Yankee custom truck might the Nicole the mass turnpike much busier than usual. The westbound side is just inching along from that Allston Brighton stretch all the way up towards route nine in framingham. But then from four hundred five way, I'll pass the westboro service plaza. Eastbound delays one twenty eight back into west Newton from the market street overpass in Brighton right back into the city as well. Up north one twenty eight north is crawling from the pike up into Waltham from route three all the way up to walnut street. But now just getting word of a rollover just beyond Ninety-three blocking the two right lanes. Southbound is jammed route one A in Beverly down into Peabody from route three in Burlington all the way to the mass pike route one's doing let's turn to Kristen Eck in the mall Frei insurance copter. Mike not much of the way of running room left here on route one northbound everything grindstone halt at route sixteen or crawl. For right up past route ninety nine in the saga that goes most of the way up toward the lynnfield tunnel. Kristen Akhavan offering insurance copter. Ninety five southbound tough Ninety-three and Andover all the way down into Chelmsford. The expressway's at a grind from the tunnel down towards Columbia road neponset circle to the split northbound. Stop and go Braintree up towards freeport street, then up towards the tunnel. One twenty eight south just crawling along Highland avenue. Need them all the way to Braintree and ninety five south is jammed route one in Sharon down past four five next report five fifty three WBZ's traffic on the threes. If you wanna car truck or SUV visit Yankee custom to outfit your vehicle today for tech your vehicle with weathertech floor liners and access tonal covers expert installations at Cokesbury Saugus. Brockton national and south Portland.

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"grindstone" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:02 min | 3 years ago

"grindstone" Discussed on KGO 810

"Grins been chasing, the horizons inside the epic first mission to Pluto, which Hollin drove for most of the last decade all of the last decades of the twentieth century into the twenty first century and the great success of the summer of two thousand fifteen the fly by of the science fiction planet, but there's a new mission and the mission is a head of us ultimate Tuli an object. It might be as Allen tells us a contact binary. What does that mean, a might be a very dark object that dates to the early part or the beginnings of our solar system. In other words, we're seeing the fundament- fundamentals of what earth is made up of her and how earth came to be. Now, the puzzle is what can new horizons achieve forest Allen, I go to the instruments Iran board. They were spectacular with Pluto. And we saw that first heart of Pluto, and then you gave us detail. Sales of the planet. And then we the binary emerged and we're still getting information from those photographs all downloaded still being analyzed. What can work comparably ultimate Tuli considering that it might be a contact by binary considering it might be dark substance and considering we're so far away from the earth that the signal takes so long. So what are you expecting Allen? Well, we have a very sophisticated little spacecraft. It's going to be visiting ultimate Tuli New Year's Eve and New Year's day, John, and we have seven scientific instruments onboard really state of the art equipment more advanced than I fly by instruments ever since. Any of the closer planets? We're so seven scientific instruments. We're going to map the surface of ultimate to determine what its geology is all about. And how it was formed. We're going to map it in stereo. So that we can determine the supply graffiti, we're going to map it in color. So that we can see if there are variations across the surface that indicate past activity current activity, or even that it was made of several different things that came together we're going to map its surface composition with our composition. Spectrometers? We're gonna search for satellites. We're gonna search for rings. We're going to search for whether it has an atmosphere and it has satellites for rings or an atmosphere. We're going to determine their composition we hope and learn about their geology. We hope so this is a wide ranging investigation this bringing it mazing scientific firepower to bear. And it sounds like science fiction. We have a robot four billion miles away doing a thirty two thousand mile per hour fly by four billion year old relic of planetary formation. But that's what NASA can do. And that's what new horizons is about David. Are you expecting a rocky surface or do you? Do you have any expectations or it's a blank slate? Waiting to see what you find. Well, it's a little bit of both stated we've never been to anything like this. We'd never been to anything. So far away. We never been to anything. That's so well preserved we know very little about it. You know, we're Pluto. We knew a fair amount going in you knew there had an atmosphere. We knew it's basic surface composition. We knew sped five satellites, and we knew what their orbits were freed sample with ultimate about all. We know is something about the size and shape and the Hubble space telescope measured its color and tells us that it's reddish that's about it. So we're going in with eyes wide open. We'll see now to answer your question a little more. Specifically, we don't expect to find liquids on the surface, for example. Yes, we expect to find a solid surface. But we don't know what kind of land forms will be there. We don't know what kind of details. Surface will present us, for example, crevices or false or craters on the surface that will provide windows into the interior. Did it ever have activities did it ever develop its own geolog-? Or is it simply a relic of ancient planetary formation? It ever have an atmosphere. How many moons does currently have it might be none? Then it might be a whole swarm. So this is pure exploration. And as I said, no one's going to anything like this. We won't know much about it until we get to New Year's Eve, but starting New Year's Eve and then for weeks, and in fact for months as we download the data. We'll be learning more and more about Altima and this whole new class of objects out in the quicker belt. For the first time and over a period of many months Allen. I can't help myself. I have to ask about Pluto because they're so on much no unknown about Altamont tool. I there was the suggestion that Pluto has underground oceans this is two years old. Now is there an update you can give us a have you got certainty or uncertainty about the possibility of conditions that would be conducive to life as we know on Pluto. Well, that's holding up. It's that's one of the most exciting discoveries that that the new horizons data can bear on the possibility of Pluto has a deep underground liquid water ocean. We have circumstantial evidence for it in that case is not only held up, but it's strengthen overtime. And then our scientific team now has new results that I I can't divulge because they haven't been accepted for publication. But really strengthen the story and add details to what the composition of that ocean. Maybe so in the end, I think we're gonna need an orbiter around Pluto in the thirties, for example to go back and really pro bet ocean and the fascinating geology of Pluto, its moons to make more progress, but newer is is really went around with a thumbs up to orbiter thumbs up to Lander. 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Elon Musk should get more sleep, Arianna Huffington says. I can't, he replies in 2:30 a.m. tweet

Gary and Shannon

02:57 min | 3 years ago

Elon Musk should get more sleep, Arianna Huffington says. I can't, he replies in 2:30 a.m. tweet

"Were talking about last week about Elon Musk and this interview he did with the times and he just seemed like he was a mess and it. Showed, on Wall. Street yeah that's right so now we have this question whether or not must face a range of penalties from the FCC. Because of this tweet so we talked about. The tweet last week, we talked about what what he. Followed it up with so ultimately he has a tweet, that says funding secured then it turns out that he'd had lots of conversations with the, Saudi sovereign wealth fund but the. Words funding secured haven't there's been no signature, on the dotted line but he says he left his meeting with no question that the, funding had been secured but that doesn't really live up to the the level of secured funding. That people would expect if you, say funding is, secured. Then that means There's actual funding lined up there's a signature on. The, dotted line. We got the money so now there's a question what happens plus you know you on muskets has now talked to than. Your time since then this interview there's the. Open letter from Arianna, Huffington telling him he needs to. Get more sleep this is this is becoming quite a, soap opera well I want to say that the the I think Elon Musk attention the, spotlight was on him ever since. The tiger cave rescue if you remember he, a pretty derogatory comment against one of the British divers who was involved in that and, that was the first real indication that you saw the cracks well yeah along with this the. Brilliance that this guy obviously harbors, in his brain It's something started to. Take, a toll on him and and my, question is is it better. For him to take a break and just say listen I'm. Not doing anything for three months or two months or whatever it is or is it better for him, to keep his nose to the grindstone and continue to push the. Company, even. If that comes, with these, random tweets that are getting him in trouble I mean I think that's that is a a such a tough call because of course they're going to be people in both cats who are either long or short the company of tesla I think there's going to be a lot of people who would probably say you know what just take a break from the Twitter focus on the big stuff that's. In front of you focus on making sure that. Your, car are, coming off the line that you're getting them to customers on time and that you're solving any issues on the operation side and his his comments to the New York Times that he's working, around the clock every single, day to figure out that part of the whole thing to figure, out, how to make sure that his business is running smoothly I met what's happening, on the business is happening

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"grindstone" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"grindstone" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"I was just like oh that you went into that movie on god i mean it absolutely the two by four between the is like i am not kidding like what i said on on the show there i just sobbing the theater like a baby i do not blame you and just restores your faith in cinema that that can still be still be transported right it's it's still can happen that's what always makes made it it just kind of fills my heart at the end of the year i mean some people are like why don't you take top ten so seriously it's not that big of a deal but it is a really big deal to me personally as someone who works in the industry and who is just a genuine fan have that feeling like you're completely enveloped in transported you can experience something through someone else's eyes whether whether it's something super deep like room or even something just really fun like skyscraper it's it's all valuable experience isn't it's why the movie industry is what it is right now why it's so important to so many people out there it's well set speaking of the industry in the state of the industry right now another hot topic that we've been talking about quite a bit lately is the idea of subscription services to specific theater chain so i was wondering what your take was on that because it's another scenario where i think there's some silver linings like let's say people paying only a certain amount of months a certain amount a month so they could see more movies in a month so maybe they're saying more independent films that they might not have before but then on the other hand you might rock the theater exhibitor distribution model little bit to the point where it's good now but then maybe it's not good later so from your perspective based on the movies you're working on what what do you think of all that right now you know i i wish i was smart enough to have a coach an answer on this i've had my my my nose to the grindstone buried in a dark room making them making a movie for eighteen months and i know removing pass kind of came to the fore about that time so i just haven't paid much attention to it but i think your points are exactly correct there's good and bad to it you know i i think you know sort of what is it as warner's i think is doing there's there's a figure which studios doing it with our off amc just sam sees just announced there so i think i think there's i think you're looking at a structural change in how people go to see movies and i think the sooner exhibitors jump on that and take it for themselves the better i don't know how you divvy up the dollars you know when when people come through the turnstiles and movie passes sort of making some really weird choices right now and alienating their their their customers so that doesn't seem good but i.

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"grindstone" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"grindstone" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"That's true all right i mean my heart goes out to nurses but wow i'm blown away and they'll probably pass that's the sad part well they're all going to let let me run through the rest of these will change the subject i want to go to tampa senator linda greenstein s twenty three seventy six linda is a she's a democrat codifies new jersey's quote unquote justifiable need standard for the issuance of concealed carry permits the bill is a striking blow to the basic fundamental right to selfdefense outside the home it creates a standard so onerous that nobody can meet it hence the issuance of permits in new jersey becomes non existent which at virtually is anyway now there are two more s twenty to forty five by senator fred madden junior a fred madden junior he's a he's a democrat bans handgun ammunition which is already banned under federal law does nothing to improve public safety and quoting the i l a is just a classic example the asinine nature of new jersey gum there's a whole there is nothing more than political pandering to gun banners the final one s twenty three seventy four again by senator linda grindstone agreeing stein i think i mentioned she's a what do you call it a democrat would require background checks on all firearm transfers again redundant because all transactions in new jersey require a background check the private transfer of long guns requires an f i d card in the issuance of that card requires fingerprinting background check and references among other things it does nothing except add another layer of bureaucracy and fees to an already cumbersome and duplicative process in new jersey lee wrap that up for us and then we'll move on to tampa well the weather is beautiful down here in florida that's all i can say that south folks head south we have some freedom down here you do florida's still has some freedom but perilously close.

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"grindstone" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"grindstone" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"In in hobart happens to your right is banned pup martinez acknowledged it up a dhaka dimmed pays property taxes for years but said that it happened amid a dispute over the value of the land when the market crashed the county's santa fe continued to raise property taxes on those properties it wasn't just jeff there were many many people that bought property in that neighborhood the disputed here with santa fe and it took a lot of back and forth for jeff to get them to assign a property tax that reflected what the property was worth after the market crashed martinez that up a dhaka paid everything in full once the county decided to reflect the proper appraised value of the property fortyone minutes after three o'clock he's one of many many people that were in that same situation fighting with santa fe county when the incredibly high tax bracket they were in even though the whole market had crashed nationally good point that was in two thousand seventy thousand the story says he acquired the land in two thousand four did not pay his taxes for eight years don't know win that started the now his history according to get into two grown today epa dhaka's history of delinquent property taxes was on the radar of a democratic opposition opposition research firm whose clients include the democratic national committee and the d triple c democratic congressional campaign committee which is run by been ray lula the official campaign arm of democrats in the house of representatives a which michelle lu on grisham is a member grindstone research l l p which has offices in tennessee and kentucky filed a public records week a request with santa fe county government on tuesday yesterday for copies of documents dealing detailing any late or delinquent tax payments and penalties incurred for the property while it was under the ownership of jeff up a duck so they either knew it was there or they got a tip matt ricken a partner partnering cofounder of grindstone who filed a request under the new mexico inspection of public record zack declined to discuss the request or disclose who hard the firm to do the research we don't speak to the press on such matters on their website grindstone says it provides clients with a comprehensive record of your opponents potential vulnerabilities in this case.

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"grindstone" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"grindstone" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"By commuting with some other middle glenn it cracks garden state parkway's open nominee was able to ride there dole or pork places like that and he wrote him twenty three hundred races were would also might be some kind of a record i didn't get into that but uh he did it the hard way and he did it in on the book for a long time and now there's only been one jockeys set then edgar prado we've got to the five hundred mark since 1980 nine moving on to a record number eight is were chatting with bill christine who put together this a list of unbreakable records and he started out with a big list and the it down to the top ten and this is wayne lukas six straight triple crown victories from nine ninety four ninety six and lucas was really at the top of his game tabasco cat thunder gulch timber country thunder gulch and grindstone and we're always fonda here in northern california tabasco cat because it one the alchemy in row derby went on to win the preakness and belmont yeah wayne was so deep in career olga you're that you're grindstone won the derby which was a second straight triple crown win a race poorly horses and that rave he had five or that he ran on the derby of the year before in the belmont timber country who had won the preakness was scratched uh came up wrong on a belmont achieve wayne was able to rekindle the bench so to speak if you want to cope under yalta bankers turner thunder gulch had won the derby little support of the greek so thunder gulch gave him the boban win which kept discreet going it to five at a role in cranston given the sick the following year the ninety six urbi moving on to number seven now some might say how come you didn't make this number one but in number seven secretary secretariats time of two twenty four and thirty one ninth victory in the bouwman he said watching this on tv they could have run a commercial before the second horse gut by the wire i remember i was in the press box for this dawbon and of the earth were loaded into the gate andy.

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