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"hagler" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"It was revealed that gas I should say this week that Keith Thurman and Errol Spence Jr. will happen reportedly in April. We knew that fight was coming, right? Like that was the talked about fight to longtime rivals who have been circling each other top welterweights. We knew that part of it. What we didn't know was what ESPN reported, which was this fight will happen at a 154 pounds. So when you heard that news Sergio, what was your reaction? One I thought we're not going to get what we want with Crawford. And another disappointment, another, what the hell are we doing here? These are the two best fighters in the world. This should have been like hagler. I mean, I'm sorry, it should have been like Thomas hearns versus sugar wear land or two of the best, one 47 pound fighters fighting at their absolute peak. We're not going to get that anymore, man. I told you this last year when you were so positive that it was going to happen. In November and this and this and that, I told you it's not going to happen. I'm still telling you it's not going to happen. I think the reason he's moving up to one 54 is to not out age or age Crawford. It's outsize him. He's an outsize him because now he's in a force Crawford to come up. Any time you have a fighter that's going to make way comfortably in a higher weight division, it gets good to him. His body responds to him, especially the older you get to drop back down, it's going to be, it's going to be very debilitating for his body. Even if it's just for one fight, you know, once you fill out nicely with muscle, it's hard to get back down like that. So I just think, you know, they don't want to fight each other, man. And for whatever reason, that fight didn't happen. A lot of people blink Crawford, but whatever, he went across the street and one of the network got $10 million and he came back and he's willing to make the deal. I don't know who to point the finger to all I know is it's not happening. I'm going to tell you again, it's not happening. Ever. You think ever, it's not happening. It's certainly when it does happen, we're not going to care about it. I agree with that. And when it does happen, they're not going to be in the prime anymore. A man's physical prime, a fighter's physical prime, is at 25, maybe 27, maybe 28. These guys are in their mid 30s, man. Mid 30s, Crawford's going to be 36 this year. Spence is what? 32. 33 this year. They're not in their prime anymore and Crawford certainly not they're on top of their game. I still pumped for pal material, but their body is not at their peak as a fighter.
"hagler" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Got to put some respect on my name. And I'm in there with the best. I didn't beat some of the best controversy or not. I mean, I am one of the best fighters in the world. And that alone deserves some respect. But I get people's opinion. It's just so crazy to me how it could be wishy washy one day. And then let's say I go on and knock John right out. They come in Saturday night. Then everyone's gonna be like, oh, you know, he was supposed to do that and then you gotta have some people that say, oh, now he's back, so it's just like, sometimes boxers and critics can be so not understanding and is so fraction, you know, it's very harmful to some fighters. But to me, I take it with a grain of salt. I'm my biggest critic. You only opinion that matters to me as myself. I think one of the criticisms you've heard and it goes back to that old Marvin Hagler line, right? It's hard to run in silk pajamas or whatever that paraphrase in there. You've had a lot of success. You've made a lot of money. Do you feel like you have the same edge that you had coming up? A 1000% because money doesn't define me. Money isn't something that is dual deal for me. I do boxing because I love it. I do boxing because it's fun to me. I do boxing because it's something that, you know, I don't feel like it's a job. So when people say the paraphrase that you just mentioned, it's just, it's pointless to me 'cause people don't truly know me. For those who know me understand that none of those things truly matter to me, it's important. It's important for me to take care of my family and you know to do things that I've always wanted to do. But money is not my God. Let's make that clear. Fighting above a 160 pounds once again when you were a middleweight champion. How much more comfortable are you at this weight? 100%. You look better. You look, but you're not like in the old 160 pound Danny. That was struggling to get down. Exactly. Shivering and shaking because I had to do the bath trick where I lost 15 pounds and a couple hours, you know? So the stress of that just really.
"hagler" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"To Todd the buff, saying that Todd the buff just sits around smiling, waiting for bob to turn over the business. Anyone who knows anything about top rank knows that Todd de buff is running the business. You know, Todd and Brad Jacobs and kalm are ready and obviously Brad Goodman and Bruce trampler from a matchmaking perspective. They're the ones running the company. Bob is the face of the company and he's the guy that gets quoted and all that because not really all that comfortable with that. And he allowed bob to not allow. I mean, his company. But bob is still the face of the company. And sometimes that's to their detriment, which is why we're in this situation because he has said some things that he unfortunately should not have said. But that doesn't make him a racist, because again, like you said, Chris, you know, I talk to a lot of people in this business that's my job. I'm constantly talking to people just like you are. And people say a lot of things about bob, and they call him a lot of names. And some of them start with an R but I've never heard racist. I haven't heard it. And I personally see no evidence of him being biased against black fighters. He's always been an advocate for black fighters. The one instance that's fairly obvious to everyone and was a major theme over the last decade and a half. Is he mishandled Floyd Mayweather? He did. He underestimated Floyd Mayweather's value, maybe more than humanly imaginable, because look what Floyd Mayweather became. Floyd Mayweather made almost a $1 billion as a boxer. So Floyd Mayweather, Leonard allerby, Al hayman, were completely correct about what Floyd Mayweather could become. And bob arum was wrong about that. And to his credit, bob arum has repeatedly said, I was wrong about that. I didn't know how to market him to the black audience. He said it repeatedly. He made a huge mistake. It was a problem. And a mistake. And Mayweather's well within his right to complain about that. But I mean, I just don't know a guy who was an advocate for Muhammad Ali and promoted all these legendary black fighters, George Foreman, who came out and bob's defense yesterday. You know, Marvin Hagler, like legendary fighters, Tommy hearns, write all these guys. I've never heard one of them say that he's a racist. So I haven't either. So I certainly hope you're going to level an accusation like that. You have something to back it up. Otherwise, it's a bad look for Terence graffiti. We'll see. Yeah, go like you. One other thing. You better have more proof than something that I don't want to disparage the dead. But you better have more proof than something that the late bob Lee who could not have been a more besmirched person in oxen. He served time in federal prison for taking bribes, the former president of the IBF. He's one of the examples they're using in this complaint. Delian white is another one. I mean, you better get some more credible examples than that. Yeah. I agree with you there. All right, let's talk about Canelo Álvarez and what's next for him, our friend Mike went on TV and ESPN suggesting that there have been talks going on for Canelo against Jamal Charlotte so any Renault so took to social media after that, the manager and trainer of Canelo, and he basically said there have been no talks as of yet. We're going to get to something in the next few days. Charlotte has no opponent Canelo. We've heard the Cruiserweight talk Keith. You know, one 60 eight's got Charlotte and David Benavidez..
"hagler" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"You get not only do you get thrill Manila, but then very quickly hearns hagler, you get you get the life after Ali and you're just there HBO was there in turn for a little guy named Mike Tyson. So it's like a Sugar Ray Leonard. I mean, all these people come through HBO's gateway. And it just blows up the sport again. Do you think it's surprised that the top executives at HBO just how big it became and how quickly it became such a big tent pole for what they do? Well, now you're talking about a different thing because now you're talking about hubris. And there were a lot of those guys at the company at the time. We were like, damn right, I knew it. I wasn't sure. Yeah. Michael fuchs, who was fearless about spending money on sports, got Wimbledon coverage during the week for the first time ever. He's been like $62 million on Mike Tyson at a time when nobody really knew what he was what he was capable of. So I think they have every right to kind of be boastful about it. Proud of it. I mean, herns, you go through all those big, big fights. They knew what they had. And they really transformed the sport for a long time until pay per view came along. If you could sort of elaborate on that point, you mentioned what boxing did for HBO. What do you think HBO did for boxing? Well, there's a couple things. And again, you know, I feel weird telling you this because you know how much better than I but here's one very easy thing to understand, which is that HBO didn't have commercials. And so what's going on is you're able to stay in the ring between rounds. If you're watching ABC world of sports in the 70s, the bell rings, they can't wait to get to a commercial to start getting money. HBO's got nowhere to go. And so as a result, we're like staying in the ring, we're seeing what it's like to be in that stool. We're seeing them talk to them. We're seeing them cut and we're seeing them all fix that up. And the other thing that they did, because production ecstasies were really important to HBO. They stick the mic there. So as a result, there's like two or three major moments where HBO is picking up there's two plastic jars, two plastic drinking containers. And you hear the trainer say to somebody, hand me that one..
"hagler" Discussed on American Outdoor News Magazine
"Little bit skill level wise. Just you know with everything. Nowadays you know yet so much signs going into train. Drink technology yet you know. Now everything's coming down to science on how to throw a punch and we have much more to us. You know where it was so old was just like you go run you lift weights. You don't even know how to do it kind of thing. But i think boxing back then just the guys who are so much mentally tougher like everyone each other. The best. The best there was no That everything that's going on now. Is this something fights not happening. That should be happening that everyone would would watch be just because of whatever money or different promoters in the night yep youtubers fighting back nails just the best foot. The best i mean hagler leonard hearns. Ao fully fully shot. It was no problem that they wanted to be the best nowadays. It's not like that. In the it said to be honest hagler hearns. i've ever seen about box and they. They didn't care about losing in on that. That's the thing now. Too many fighters wanna hold onto their perfect record which i get ten extent but they have the fear of losing it like. I don't have a fear of losing. I'd rather go out that fight my best. And if he beats me he beats me. But i know i went out there for my best prepared and foot. Someone that is good set of kind of wanted to You know just take the easy route warrior. One he regrets. I don't wanna finish fighting because it all comes one day it'd be like oh. I didn't take any chances. That's that's so boxing about what's light. Life's about you have to take chances. you know. see what you really capable of. You don't put it out. They don't know what you got. And we saw that in the hagler. Hearns fight then he left it all out in the ring in one either way..
"hagler" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"And i don't think there's one of them the would say we couldn't use some psychiatric assistance out on the field So you know we welcome. I think they welcome that kind of The kind of back. But you can't throw you know. I mean in a hospital i you'd you'd get a call in to one of the psychiatric patients rooms and the nurses would be saying call security to hint to deal with this guy so there are people that get out of hand and even trained professional psychiatric People sometimes need someone to sometimes. It's an insurance. I mean a An orderly you know that that's that's Tasked with doing that but These people are violent. And you don't wanna get hurt no matter who you are so so that and i tell you that was i remember as a trooper. Steve i know you did probably near police officer when you visit those emergency rooms on a friday night or could night when there's been shootings and findings and stuff. It's a great lesson to learn how to deal with the public. But let's put this in context. You're not a small guy ed. How tall are you. I'm six six over to fifty and steve. You're what six two six two. Yeah and i'm i'm over one nine. Let's just leave it over. I'm six foot shortest guy in but that that was too so ed you come out. You're pretty big guy to begin with right so you get through the academy. What's it like hitting the street that your father just a year before. A couple of years before was also working. What's that feeling like. You really truly following in your father's footsteps. That was very exciting i they. They assigned me too late nights workday. walking beat in in a really tough area of the city were know dozens and dozens of bars that i had to close at two am and instruct joints and the point you know liberals a pornography store and it was a really tough tough section of the city So you learned a lot. Then you learn very quickly First of all you learn how to stay warm in january in massachusetts at three o'clock in the morning as you walk foot be exactly it wasn't easy but but it was great basic training and you soon ran into everything. You can possibly think of very quickly so it was You got a lot of education You weren't a rookie for very long in the city of low. The other thing. I like to say as lois. Favorite sport the one that that is known for is the golden gloves. We have the new we the national here every few years but every year. There's a huge golden gloves competition. People like marvin hagler fought here and you know a lot of really micky ward from low and really great people but but i like to say that the the kids in low practice boxing all day and then at night they practice on us..
"hagler" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"You see this now what we do with it right like. That's not how you're going to continue to get these larger partnerships. So it's like. I like focusing on like our our actual product right. The ground delivery of basically impact at housing is the most important part. And if we can get that right than we're attracting other other resources. And and i just mentioned as an example like we have different levels right. That's that's the highest level of. It's called the foundation its million-plus favorites listening Talk to you about it but we have. Nobody go all the way down to a program. That's actually way more Accessible for anybody and it's It's a monthly giving programme that we call the neighborhood and the neighborhood is literally any amount that you wanna give mind. Five dollars are averages. Close to forty dollars a month and every single month that that money is dedicated to helping a family get into multigenerational housing and so on there's obviously different strategies for how you grow each those. We have different teams for how you grow each of those. But that's what we're working on. Yeah and with innovation in this space whether it's three d. printing fintech when you're swinging for the fences. You're gonna have some epic failures to you're going to have some major mrs. And how do you handle those setbacks and failures and wind you know to to move on to change strategies because this is a even more unique situation because it's such a passion of yours and a core mission. I think many founders. Their mission might be a little bit more monetary or maybe they just stumbled into it and now it's working but something that's so in line with your personal mission your core values. Those failures have to sting. Yeah for sure. I think They staying but if you set them up in the right way like when we setup more risky projects we are you have to obviously be willing to take a risk. Where if something doesn't work than you're gonna learn from it and you can move on Is seen there's a big difference. And taking what i call calculated risk versus domus. Right adum risk would be Gonna cut a bet like fifty percent of the company on this thing. That i'm not sure about. I mean that's very rare like you need to have an insane amount of conviction to do that and some people do that from time to time like that's not me are us like we tried to take calculated risk where we can will take a risk and like we don't want to fail but if it fails like we're gonna be okay right that could be you know like maybe ten or fifteen percent or even higher twenty percent of our budget for that year which sucks and is not what we want are intended to but the worst case is we. We tried something that we thought had breakthrough potential. We learned along the way. And we can either take those learnings and try something similar or we can say you know what this is just too hard and we need to go but our efforts elsewhere. Yeah and i think understanding that the risks are worth it based on past risk. You've taken right being able to take those lessons with you throughout all of this helps quite a bit when you now have an opportunity to change people's lives. I mean when we think about housing it. Fundamentally will change that family's life multi generations of that family. What are some of your favorite success stories because we think about charities that really have impact yes. There are large numbers and everyone can get behind this idea of millions. But when you think about the actual stories of changing lives that's what really get people to open up their wallets. What stands out from your experience. This far yeah. I'll give one story So there's there's a family and so new stories About six years old and one of our first communities was built about five years ago at an area called navio who's cutline i'll salvator and as a family of five When we were building this first community like it was really cool that we're building it but it was also the question of all is one our first one. What's it gonna be like in five years you know and so i got to go back there. about a couple of months ago my first time traveling to the field since kobe and You know. I got to meet this family. That's been in there for almost five years and it was It was two young kids and a teenage daughter. The daughter is actually blind and she Before had the walkup a very very very steep hill that was prone to landslides to get to their shock. And i would walk up there. And i'm in pretty good shape and i mean i would lose my breath. It was so steep so hard. And i was just thinking like she stafford you this every day and now you know. She's in a house and she actually now as a place. She loves music. So she has a place to d-actually practice the piano and saying she's getting a music scholarship right. That's like one example her her parents by having a new home have increased their income enough to where they've actually built an additional room onto the house Another bedroom that's actually This their daughters now has her own bedroom for the condition that she's in and we didn't fund that charity. They paid with themselves. They built themselves because their income increased by having the house and in one of the kids He wants to think he's like nine. He wants to be a vet and And he talked about wanting to be like one of the best veterinarians in all salvador and out back they now have a few animals that they take care of and he gets to like work with learn from and so he now has a better chance of actualising that dream or that potential by being in the environment that is so. That's one family story and You know we're lucky to have at the end of this year. Hopefully a little more than four thousand of those congratulations on all the work. As someone who started in their twenties is a very young leader to where you are now. If you could go back in time and give yourself advice what advice would you have for you starting out in your twenties man. I love that question. I would say to the absolutely obsessed with learning but don't just stop at learning Also you have you have to do right. You have to take risk I would say that Your twenties is. I would argue. Probably your best time to go out and and take calculated risk with your with your career of. It doesn't have to mean you know not everybody's listening has to start their own organization right of course but it could be maybe joining a startup. It could be going into a different career that you know on paper. Your friends your peers. It'd be like way. Why are you going to do that. Like that's different or that dot the same as the route that you could go but if feel that pull to do it like you have to do it you have to do it. You're going to regret doing it Any other thing. I would encourage somebody with is Even if it doesn't work the way that you want your your truly gonna learn more than going. A traditional safer routes analysts. It's going to have a bigger return. So i would just say to its stomach in their early twenties to to learn obsessively to take action and to do something that is against the status quo. If you feel a poll to do that excellent advice for everyone in our audience who may be at that exact same crossroads wandering themselves. We love asking each of our guests. What their x factor is what it is. That makes you extraordinary. What do you think it is for yourself. What is your x factor. Yeah i think that You know. I'm by no means like pretty much every like just the smartest person in the room like over last i guess five years. My resume has gotten a little better though are started from but it's still view myself is very much you know an underdog i think my doctor my advantage has been. There's you know there's a. There's a mantra that bold ideas attract people you know and fortune favors the bold. And i think that's probably been one of the main reasons for some of the growth. We've had an my learnings is like realizing that it's scarce to do something bold right a lot of people talk about it a lot of think about it. There are not many people that actually do it and so just by actually doing it. is scarce and is actually rare and different and i think that's probably been new stories x. factor and probably by x. factor as a leader. Incredible thank you for sharing your journey with our audience. Where can they go to find more about how to support you on this amazing mission. Yeah you can go to. Our website is new story. Charity dot org or just..
"hagler" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"If the application process is so difficult they take so few. Then you're in and you're looking around and all these other incredible ideas and incredible founders. Who are talented. And have maybe even some wins under the belt where you may not have painted the picture of how you dealt with that self doubt and maybe even imposter syndrome of being in such an amazing experience by far the most imposture If you were level in Your measure the level of imposter syndrome delegated all time high for me for sure. I think that you know by my response to that. And my team response to that. Was we just really did feel like underdogs and we felt like we had to put in even more effort. Be even more focused and and really make the most of the opportunity. And so i think just we did things that You know as far as like going. Above and beyond on doting relationships at y. C. or outside of wiessee and and kinda just making the most of every opportunity And having that underdog mentality but then what really happened was we started to get a lot of traction and like things really started to work Honestly even more so than the majority of our batch mates because every every tuesday you kinda come together with a they break you up into groups and we had a group of probably about ten or twelve other startups. And the partners are there and they're just kinda grilling you on your weekly metrics and like we were in like we were hitting ours and we were kind of in the top percentile. And so going from holy smokes. Ron supposed to be here They made a mistake. Like on my. Gosh what are we getting into to feeling like an underdog putting in the effort and starting to see real traction even more so than the other people that you didn't feel like you are qualified to be with that builds a lot of confidence you know They gave us this boost That no we actually do deserve to be here and like you know. Entrepreneurship isn't just about you. Know your i q or your resume. A lot of it is about your grit. Your heart Obviously you have to be smart and how your problems solving but also just like boldness and courage and being willing to do things that others to do. And i thought we can do that and that was how and so. That was how i think. Some of our disadvantages actually became our advantages while we were there absolutely. And i know that a big part of y combinator is getting you access to all of these incredible mentors and alumni of the program. What is some of the best advice that you received that maybe it's counter intuitive or was really shocking and fascinating for you to learn and implement in your business. Yeah what are the ones. We've already talked about so i won't go into detail. But it's very counterintuitive It's in the beginning whether it's with starting a company or starting something inside of your organization you know it could be new initiative. That thinking is the counterintuitive thinking as to do things that don't scale right because you can get so program designing something from scratch. That has the perfectly scale has to be perfectly automated. Where if you could just get started on something so that you could learn and you can make improvements in iterations. Start pushing up that. That border up the hill That's one of them in. Anybody has the power to do that listening so that was one. The other one was Brian cherokee who who's the founder of airbnb came and spoke to us one night and this was like almost six years ago and i still remember it so vividly and you know he was just talking about how all the majority of you will undervalue and not invest into culture. You'll know it's kind of important you know you can't forget about ed. Like united. do something about it. He's like the ones that actually believe me and like make their culture like the priority. You're going to be the one that builds like an extraordinary brand that recruits the best people. And and and i believed him. I took him at his word. And we've invested so much from the very beginning into into our culture and into our team Sedan de probably probably the other one. Yeah i think that's very important because that puts other people in alignment to wanna fight. Do for your mission your goal for that idea. Could you speak a bit about that. Too what things you did in the early days after hearing that to get everybody aligned and to make that happen yeah sure i mean All kind of do high level than on zoo men. So i think the first part is know. No matter how small of team you're working on you could just be your co-founders like was in the beginning. It could be even if you're not running a company but you're owning your running a team within teams like you if you're in a leadership role or you want to be one day like the good news is you. Have you have control over the culture right. And and i think what What people don't do is they don't believe it's the most important thing. And so what that means is they. Don't actually in a fasted to it. When i mean invest i mean time at i also mean money right and and you try to you. Try to create an excellent culture. You want an excellent culture. But you're not willing to actually make the investment that's going to generate the return and so from the beginning we would Always wanted to have like from the beginning like overpay for for benefits we would overpay for Like off sites that we would do quarterly off sites. We still do them Which costs a lot of money and a lot of time but man what comes out of. It is so amazing Different events that we put on. And yeah just like trying to listen to two team members and you know if they are really. We think it'd be a great opportunity to provide free Mental health classes. Like we'll do that you know and it's like just not being afraid to to spend money on things because it's gonna advocate return so we've always done that. Yeah that investment in culture keeps the amazing talent that you attract as well. Yeah and you're space. You're competing against for profit companies. That probably have bigger benefit packages bigger things to offer their employees so culture has to be a focus for you to succeed. Part of this is also reliant on donors and getting people to buy into the mission and give you that money and these checks a in order to reach this goal. This million goal have to get bigger. So how do you approach this. Where the presentation. The stakes get higher. And now every time you're in a room with the potentially larger donor you know how big of an impact that could have. Do you have a mental process. You go through to prepare yourself. Yeah i mean it's definitely evolved over the last couple of years you know. Now i'm personally you know drinking a working on a lot of just like you know seven-figure plus partnerships even getting into eight figure and That was the process. Right again. didn't start that way. But i think what you have to. What i've learned is to be able to go and like really ask someone. Not just if it's just one person maybe that's different but to actually put together a program where you can ask multiple people for a million dollars in above you have to be able to fulfil that right and i think you have to have the capacity to actually take that money and deploy it in a a highly effective way right. Which for us is about is about the impact and so. I think we've done a what we try to focus on is. How do we get really great at having the team and the strategy in the operations and position to where if somebody wants to come in with With a partnership of that size were able to deploy it and not just be like holy smokes like..
"hagler" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"And we wanted to create a crowd funding platform like experience. And we don't want to use other ones out there because we wanted to control the whole end dan experience and how it looked and everything and and so instead of trying to like literally build our crowd funding platform from scratch which takes time is expensive. What we did is we went on. This website called web flow which back then as basically you get to go in and almost like design really pretty like slides powerpoint pages and then you can use buttons and you click on them and that's kind of user experience and so we made all these different pages for our website had no code behind it was not connected. And there's a crowdfunding pages where you could see a families picture House than cost about seven thousand dollars in so he had people crowdfunding house and there was a meter and you could see how much money was donated Was donated right. And so somebody click a button to click donate. They would give and you think oh cool like everything is automatically updates like this is a system that has code built into it. Know what we would do is we would get out our computers and we would manually move the meter a little bit change change. The number changed. The percentage manually and hit refresh and the page refresh with a new a new interface. And so and we did that for like our like our our our first five hundred houses you know me and my co founders carried our computers with everywhere and sometimes somebody will donate would go back and look at. It did not update. They would email or they would call. They would say hey. This go through Like update and we would say that your credit card processing sometimes takes you know a few hours and it'll be updated soon and we had to go in manually. Do it So that's just a story of lake. We just got started and we didn't. We did all of that. Probably on a less than five thousand dollars budget and what we did was. We proved a better more transparent experience. That people really liked giving to and that's actually what we went to y combinator with a commentary. They didn't even know that there wasn't code behind it. So then of course we get funding. We've been out our own. We then brought on software engineers. Cto but that's how we got started and then the last thing i'll say about y combinator was we knew that our odds of getting in Was like literally less than one percent that was about ten thousand startups that applied. They ended up taking. I think ninety two were in our batch right. And and we there's there's there's phases in the interview process and You know we. When i applied. I mean we spent so much time on the application like. We really put on effort ed but in the story that i tell. It's kind of a macho for our team is We got invited to the final round of interviews and they only take about thirty percent of those startups and they used to fly everybody from all around the world into mountain view For a ten minute interview right. They literally notorious for this like they would fly people in from brazil. Europe like new york to california for ten minute interview literally only ten minutes and And we knew that our odds were like still very low and we were we were very much underdogs like our team or basically we had no big wins under our bill. We were going up against people that we're leaving google and had the fanciest you know. Nba's and all this that was not us right and so we knew underdogs but we knew we had a a a game changing opportunity and so The macho is we prepared well over a hundred hours probably closer to two hundred hours for a ten minute interview right and it's just like like dots the stuff like that's the effort that gave us the confidence and ended up getting a set right and and obviously you can't for every opportunity to know when to go that all in for it but man when you get an opportunity that can really change things like that's that's the effort that at least from my standpoint that. I think it's required to to get somebody's breakthroughs. I know many have heard mantras around. You know build things that scale and automate everything and and figure out the quickest way from point a to be and it sounds like there's just a lot of blood sweat and tears along the way before you even get your foot in that door. That i just don't hear many people sharing or glorifying and it does lead people astray when they have their first failure doesn't happen as fast they want and then they give up. So it's it's so great to hear that story that you're sitting there manually. Updating page by page just so that the investor the donation can register so that end user can feel the connection to the family. Share it with their friends. See the empire you're having and really grow in on scalable way. You can't carry your laptop for ten thousand families and updated by hand could prove it. And then also i'll tell one more. This is a really quick story. One more of those examples when we're actually going through y. Combinator was just me and my two co-founders matthew marshall in alexandria luxy and at once we got out there. We moved to san francisco at. I mean we never worked so hard in my life for those three months and And we were forcibly now getting new customers or new donors every day. Right and there was a kind of a philosophy that the founder of a white commoner talked about his name's paul ground and he said it's better to have a thousand people absolutely love you than a million people kind of like you right as customers right and it's somewhat of a thousand raving fans concepts like similarly and so and he was talking about how when you're when you're just starting off one of your main advantages is. You could do all these things that don't scale to create like real customer love for a real donor love and so what we would do is at the end of every day. It used to be at like nine o'clock would usually have a glass of wine at this point in our little office we would get out. Our computer at the three of us would stand shoulder to shoulder and we would film. Thank you videos for every donor that day you know and end up being like probably ten or twenty a day and they were short. You're less than a minute but man we did all those videos released our first thousand donors and imagine experience right of i just gave i get a personal video from the founders. And that's how we got a lot of our i like raving fans and it's just. It's not rocket science. They don't teach that at at harvard. Business school it's just putting it being creative. It's being thoughtful and it's being it's carrying and it's actually just putting in the work it's caring but it's also being in love with the mission you have to be willing to fight for to go through all of this when you know that the odds are stacked against you when you know that there's better competition when you when you know that the the odds are against you and it's like well i'm still going. I'm still preparing i still. I'm still putting in one hundred hours for this ten minutes. Because i love this mission so much you will be willing to sit there and make the thank you videos and all of that and i love that. I mean at for for us in the work in the fighting that we have done over the last fifteen years i can relate to that so much and it's a that's a big ingredient. That's not only loving it but putting so much meaning behind that why and with with viewers story and your mission. I mean there's so many different moments of certain people's faces smiling and being able to have to create a family around that and to to lift up their experiences and enhancing their life. I mean these are all great points. You can hang your hat on any one of. Them's now joining y combinator. There had to be a sense of self doubt entering that room..
"hagler" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"Man at the add to that which is pretty much. What you're saying is when you have that mission or you're you're passionate about something like be shameless in Asking for help or asking for mentorship or advice or like bringing people into it you know and I think sometimes that especially younger folks can be can be way too hesitant to ask people for help or to try to build relationships with somebody that they genuinely you know learn from and and i know that's a hard skill some people it's not they're not wired to to to to try to go out and build relationships but who there's not many things that will that will bring a greater return for your mission that Proactively building building relationships. And i think being those quote when we're at white connaitre from The the founder of airbnb and They were saying he was saying how he is especially as young entrepreneur. He said i am shameless and asking for help. He's like so many people. Think you know yet to show you can figure it out and you want to be very calculated when you ask for help. He's like i literally would ask like the best. Investors the best. Ceos the best founders. Help of course Yes but he's i'm asking and i think way too. Many people are are slow are hesitant to to ask for help. And all it takes is one yes it takes one person volunteering to put the wind behind your sales. When many people think of ngos they think of bill gates they think of bill clinton they think of people who are very successful have used tack in ways to build wealth and now they're using ngos to innovate and give back. You're starting at such a young age with an ngo in many people don't think of innovation in that space. Did the innovation come for you before y. Combinator after during how did you really infuse because when we think about houses are built right now. We're building houses. Rebel with three d. printers and you're looking to do it for the least fortunate the ones who can't even afford housing. Yeah it's I appreciate that it's It really was in our dna like threes in why yours asians called new story is twofold the first one which is most important is being able to to partner families and really create a news story of their lachey jackassery at help them actualize their potential which is beautiful and awesome but then the question is how do you do that. Enter the second reason why it's called new story is we really wanted to create a new story and how we think about charity and social impact. And how do we make it more. Modern how do we. How do we bring very outdated Sector in industry that attracts Kind of talent to Industry as opposed to other places that really good talent could go. And that was the heart the dna of new story from the beginning And it still continues to be to be my heart and now every year there are things that are that are changing that show up in different ways as what what is actually innovation right and and that's going to continue to evolve over the years but the the dna is we wanna make to create better solutions. Right and people can can There's different ways to define innovation. I like to say it's just it just recognizing what should be could be better and then creating a better solution and that hasn't always have to be a really exciting shiny cool technology like three d. printing of houses. Even though we love that we love our partner icon. But also how do you. How do you think financing. How do you rethink some of. The architectural design and ultimately create a better solution. And i think as entrepreneurs creative people like man. There's there's to me. There's nothing more exhilarating and exciting than that. I think the three d. printing bit needs to be at least give our viewers or listeners. An overview of of this technology. And how it's working and how you guys are using it because not everybody is up on three d. printing. Yeah i think everybody is familiar with the three d. printing. You've probably seen it three d. printer Maybe not one that prince houses but you. We have them now in our elementary schools. Our hospitals colleges like probably in your hall so see i think people know it. Three d. printing is three d. Printing houses is newer and You know we just completed the first community of three d. printed houses and mexico with with our partner icon who's a construction of technology startup out of austin texas and what we're doing with three d. printing houses. It's a it's a very large machine. They range in size but The one where you were using was almost thirty. Feet wide and the height of it will be You know higher than a a one story home and the material were using a proprietary cement mix and so We have a nozzle and that nozzle is a leering. A cad file of the interior and the exterior walls so the layers of the house are about At and a half fit and started the very bottom and we layer the interior and the exterior walls of the house and that layer goes all the way up to the top and you put a roof on it and how i describe it Is the consistency is coming out of the nozzle almost like soft serve. Ice cream is kind of what it looks like nets. That submit that is built to last is earthquake. Resilient at its it's lowering. Its lowering the house. And so it's a it's a hardware solution. It software solutions. It's euroscience solution to ultimately create a house that is a higher quality that is built faster and his out lower price point. So just encourage you to maybe google or go on youtube type in a three. Print house New story and i caught. And you'll see it and you brought up y combinator a little bit. But i want to go into that story. Because many people and they think of y combinator they've heard of all of the unicorns that it's built in the for profit space. How did you go into that application process. Knowing how difficult it is as someone who is starting a nonprofit business. Yeah we one of the first nonprofits to go through the program and You know the. I tell people the best part of folks will ask. What was it like going through as a nonprofit. And i say the best part was We didn't get treated one percent different than anybody else right. And that's how. I've always envisioned it to be right. I've always envisioned we. We're going after a massive large under served market of over billion people and that she required the exact same if not even a higher standard of innovation in product development and in quality in all the things so though some of the best parts about it and You know how he got in. I mean one was definitely having an idea that was framed as and from from the heart was definitely challenging and outdated traditional model And so that was kind of the first part. The second part was it was just an idea. We actually had a good amount attraction You know in a short period of time. And that's that's one of the things that white copier values most of not just in early stage startups at get ed but the ones that end up scaling after get subsequent of venture capital investment is okay. You guys say there's an opportunity here you've researched it. You've identified it like what have you actually done you know. And the execution of it is what's impressive and what's even more impressive is. How fast can you execute right. And so we were able to get off to a pretty good start because we didn't let things like oh well. I don't have bunch of software engineers to build a crowd funding platform. I have like i just. We figured out how to basically get together right and we made we made a. There's a. there's a company called web flow. Which is like a no code. Solution helps designers basically designed sites without without needing code and when we started didn't have engineer on our team.
The Keys to Start Innovating in Your Business
"I our conversation with brett. His nonprofit journey started with a trip that inspired him to think differently about housing and homelessness. Brad thanks so much for being with us today. How are you georgia great. It's an honor to be on with you. So you have an amazing story. You're a very accomplished person. Just reading your bio. I got tired. I literally it. Was you know cancer survivor. Y combinator graduate forbes. Thirty under thirty top one hundred most interesting entrepreneurs in the world by goldman sachs or speaker angel investor. What haven't you done. What is on the bucket list for you at this point. No dude it's a. I think. I just got started at a at a younger age. That was really just. Did you know out of college Starting a first startup that ended up failing. And so that that just gave me. I think an experience insight and Yeah the last last five years have been better but but yeah. It's it's still very early. So it's clear you've always kind of had this entrepreneurial bug in you but it wasn't always that you were you know this aspiring kind of business owner so talk to me about the story from you going on a life changing trip to haiti to go on all right. I'm not going to be a missionary. I'm gonna go be a business owner. What was that. like Yeah it's a great question. So i took a trip to haiti and It was actually for a for profit. Startup that i had and We were starting to give back a little bit of the money. We're making to a charity wasn't a lot. It was a little bit. And that's what put me on that trip. And then what. I saw was families living in extreme poverty without shelter. I mean just just horrible tents. And then when i came back george i didn't think i would start A charity necessarily in my early twenties. I always wanted to be more of a technology. Entrepreneur was kind of the the hope one day and so. I try to find other organizations that i could get really excited about and i could champion and i could really behind
"hagler" Discussed on Juventud Habla Hoy
"Events and in two thousand eight youth on fire ministries was born and I i did my first event. And i i remember used to my own flyers and it was terrible and we came into my life right And i i would put them all over the laundromat at heb's everywhere like the big event in the world right. Guess what my first event like ten people showed up. I was so angry. Oh so angry. I was like. I'm not going to be doing these events for ten people right and i remember that god spoke to me. He said listen. It's just it's not about the it's not about the numbers it's not. You know it within time. So i i i want to grow numbers but i was not growing in christ so Ten years later we We celebrate our ten year anniversary and with with with a little over You know two thousand people in attendance thousands around the world But it's been It's definitely been a struggle. We've had our ins and outs In this ministry hasn't been easy but god has definitely give us the strength to go forward so My ministry honestly started I would say. I can two thousand six where i took. I really took this Ah took my calling into. I took it seriously. Like i'm not just going to come to church and lift up my hands and leave the same as like. I'm gonna come to church and i'm going to be different so i'm a natural born drummer and when i got to the church where i was that it was a small pentecostal church new and then the pastor was an old school and that you know he passed so he rest in peace now And i played. And i said i wanted to do something so i started playing keyboard and i looked at the keyword for the first time when i say i literally said this not from god. You know all these winding black. I wouldn't understand and so I can play a little bit of everything. And that's where it started. My music ministry. And i got closer to god and god began to open doors and i'm living the best days of my life now and it's supposed to neff came into my life. He me maybe better man so yeah was a good question. Thank you so much next question. Okay so this question says how do you know. The you are in need god. Oh that's a good one when when When you are feeling everything but god you're in need of god k How do you feel god when you when you when you have god. You have peace k. When you know. God you have peace you you have and you begin to live the the fruits of the spirit. There's no longer any depression. Suicidal thoughts any Sinful thoughts any You know there's a difference between because we're all sinners we sent every day but there's a difference between people who send every day and there's people and there are people that deliberately sin like you do it because you like it as so there's things in life that we go through on a daily basis that catch our tensions and we might scene at the moment you know what i mean and this is where we ask god for forgiveness and we got you know. Help me you know. This is my struggle because the devil would never bring you something you don't like he's always going to put things in your life that are gonna cause your attention it's gonna make you click on it and once you click on a european something else and that opens in that opens and by the time you know it you three hours into something that you did not plan to do but unfortunately because you're connected with people you shouldn't be you're stuck on that you know what i mean So how do you know that you need more of god. You know when you start feeling different types of way when you feel and one of the biggest things is that people feel like. I feel lonely. I don't feel like god. Loves me. And i don't feel like god is doing anything for what because we probably have this mall concept of god that we believe that because we come to christ. Our life should be perfect. Our life is going to be everything but perfect So when we have that relationship with god we have that that that eternal rest in him that we worry we do not worry about. What's in the past. But we focus on our relationship with god. So i don't know if anybody i want to say that you need more of god when you don't realize you need god right so there's a point in life for you realize i need god and i need more of guide but that's like when you're kinda okay but it's like when you don't realize it that you absolutely need like him more than ever saw. My dad used to say god God doesn't need us. We need god and that was his like motto in every like preaching you did. He's like dot. God doesn't need us. We need of him. And that's how that's always looked at it and that's reality chelsea. We need god. He doesn't need us. You doesn't need us Let's do you have anything to determine you. Good say we always go to god more one. We're in trouble and it shouldn't be to that point should be you know always You know feeding yourself with the bible and praying and you know at least giving things to god for everything you have you know up to this day you know And blessings will continue to come to you the more you seek and the more they you ask god to guide you for every every step of your life. My man that's awesome. Do you have questions you okay. I'll give you some more all right. This next question is how can you tell this is. This is very This is a very good question. it really touch home So listen to this. How can you tell your parents that they are emotionally breaking you. Even though they don't know they're doing it This is a very personal and it's a very good question No marriage is a perfect marriage. parents we go through a lot And our and our children Expect to see god through us The question is if your if your children do not see god in the marriage. Then how could they see god in general So parents should not expect their kids to change when they come to church. It's not the pastor's job. Our job is to preach the word the uncompromising board of god but in all reality the parents shall be guiding their children at home the bible the bible teaches something very amazing Psalms one hundred says that we shall enter The church in throw us. axion aggressors. Right cuando lame. Eight ten demos gilkes abuse. She'll knock communes conjugal bliss hagler and said we should communist dozen. So i don't know about you guys. But i preached to myself in the shower. I think to myself when i'm shaving. I'm having my own service before. I get the service which means when i get there.
"hagler" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"So people should be lining up to work with your just from what you just said there. That's why i said you special that that's what makes you special. And that's why for me. You're a champion already. You know now you just have to go and get the belt now. I'm already champion in heart in my mind and like you said Just going about about or not. I am. I'm already a champion. Exactly put my my my my wife fund. you know. this isn't some enjoy. Doing i enjoy doing it in this achieve it you'll champion for short champion human being and that's that's the best you can be as. Who's who's your favorite boxer. You know that's obviously my world vezzano but now right now right now I enjoy watching watching tank ten four watching joan today. is Depends let me guess. Let me take a guess because your personality and your style. I'm just gonna guess. I would think that a guy like spence. Yeah and and even of you're familiar with. But i would think a guy the japanese champion in a way. He's a ever understood it into no away of fiber. I prefer walks in and watch remain on wanaka boxing on the box in order also boxing. I enjoy boxer. Noted the long history to watson whichever may is quite new so it is not long history towards it so i enjoy what you from jack johnson to open up to. Now we know so i i really it tremendous. Who's your favorite fighter of all time. Although time you have to go mom nelson enjoy his personality outside the ring and what he does insider is win. Win win it. When he started off is start was handed down by putting away from shots that that wasn't the starbucks econo- create his own waving who's marvin marvin. Hagler was on a lot of the way you saw polite may so opening leap in hokkien having cold much more. All week are leaking..
"hagler" Discussed on Typology
"When you when you go through it. Br brett's putting on a three clinic nelson totally right brett. Thank you so much for being on typology in typology listeners. Remember these words. May you have love. May you have joy. May you have peace and fuelling may have breast until next time anthony. Yeah that was strong. That i were him. That was inspiring. I mean you. And i both People in health and people that are unhealthy and their numbers. And this is. This is a strong version of a three. Who's doing his work. And it makes me excited for the potential of people using this tool. I am with you one hundred percent and i. I hope that a lot of people give this episode away to other threes. They know yeah yeah right. I think that would be really exciting. What are some of your takeaways from this that you really that inspired you well for sure i'm gonna like i told you we both had heart weeks You know we spoke about that before we start. You know this morning. And i'm going to sit down and do that values inventory and then also asked myself the question okay. What's the worst thing that could happen as a result of the things. You're struggling with right now. And take the charge out of because i'm a catastrophes earth reynaud i i tend to get something my head and i started running with it and suddenly the you know. The molehill becomes an entire mountain range. You know the story starts running and gets more dramatic and awful and it's like oh and i think that's a great discipline to sit down. I've done it before years ago. But i just haven't been disciplined about it and At all in the last. I don't know a couple decades probably worth doing and then by the way after i do that i have to get the house ready for a party tonight for thirty or forty people coming. Nobody said no. What's wrong with those people. You know the krahn housewarming slash. All the kids are in town exactly. I gotta go vacuum house because of the husky. But i'm looking forward to a bunch of songwriters coming over. I told buddy green to bring his harmonica told a few other. People bring their guitars if they want. We're gonna get some songs going and most songs and some smokeybear. Oh yeah and andy gull orange coming so that means you got cornhole game going in the backyard at some any. Do you play cornel. I'm just telling you man we've been playing a lot around you. We got a little bit of time now between this last interview and we got another one with brooklyn sodano. Who's a four looking forward to that interview. I think we need to go play. Some cornhole and I need to whip you all right. Let's it all right now. let's take you on all right. Everybody we love you and we'll see next time..
"hagler" Discussed on Typology
"So when i talk about the projected image that that are very conscious of its like when they're really unconscious like a three investment banks sometimes like they you know are in sales or something. They're just changing masks all day long to not only win the admiration of the person talking to you like sometimes three will look in your eyes and you can see the question and the question. They're asking is how do you like me. Now it's do the admire me do you. Do you think i'm really the bomb. And the best at what you know what i mean like these and it's again we can't blame ourselves. It's just the golick mind doing what it does right within our own type. And i think what you're describing is a healthy three. You're like okay. I got a. I always will sometimes challenge a young three. That's just beginning to do their work to say. Can you be the same person. Can you worked consciously to try and be the same person in every interaction in situation that you're in just try to be the same person right to not change values to to kind of like blend with the other person or to impress the other person. Try not to embellish your credentials. Try not to maybe take credit for work. That's not yours. You know what i mean like. That's young three stuff. I love about the practice of coming up with like a compass or online with those core values for the because for the three so Proactive in doing rush self thirty miles down the road. And you don't even remember why you're there right. Yeah so there's a term indignation spirituality if your your your spiritual director is introduced you to ignatius loyola. But he has this term contra. Jerry is a spiritual practice right in and what it means is do the opposite literally it means just do the opposite right so in the moment is like if you find yourself doing x. Totally just go go in the opposite direction. Like for me as a four like we were talking about this while you're setting up. I had a really really really hard week this week. And i was deep down into my feelings. Man i mean way down into by feelings right. Which is you know. Kind of like what am i. Blind spots is what am i. It's the it's the it's the weakest part of my plumbing. If something's going to break in my blooming that's where the leak is going to happen right. And i have to just sort of consciously step back and try to say okay. We need to move out of our feelings into more critical thinking and sort of evaluate this from an object to get out of subjectivity. Move toward objectivity doing what you did. Which is just sit down and write this stuff down and see that. Yeah now this is the end of the world. That would be so. I could do that exercise for a whole different reason than three. Would you know what. I mean has different value but It kind of gets me into a better space. You know so for everybody. You know if you're a you know a two on the angiogram you feel this terrible need to go meet the need of somebody else or whatever it may be like no actually leave your right now and go address your own needs you know and that's contra jury all right good investment. It's an investment that you have to. You have to be intentional about the time. It's very easy to brush it off and not do it. Investments that i think brings Extrordinary result yeah no question about it. Okay so Tell folks were. They can learn more about new story. Tell me more about like what it is. You're doing how they can get involved and be supportive all that stuff. Yeah so you know right now. We are Barring with families mainly in mexico and el salvador We can build a multi generational house for anywhere between sixty eight thousand dollars. that the multi generational and What new this year is last year we did a big three d. printing projects where we three d. printed the first neighborhood of home in the world and that is That was a big arnie project. We been amazing proof of concept With our partner at austin called icon And you can see that. There's a apple documentary about it And that's still going to happen. We're excited for the next phases this year. One of our Our our big initiatives is around Is around loan than financing with the families. We work with so families that we work with can't get access to Any kind of mortgage or loan right. So we're trying to come in and and innovate around macra mortgages. And how could you know family pay for more of the house so that it's not all philanthropy but it's a blended product of some subsidy subsidy but majority it being paid by the families and so Way that people can get involved as they can They can you know donate directly to house and one hundred percent of that donation goes towards building a multigenerational or they could they could make alone and and be paid back so Those are the ways that people can get involved that can you can make me a three d. printed house essence. Maybe we set it up as sort of a demo model people come over and realize there do this new story then haiti. This'll be fantastic. Could be we could be your nashville. Demo scene could be the love that yeah love it. no i think you're gonna involve We're hiring a lot. So we're we're growing our team and We'll base in atlanta san francisco mexico city and Remote remote options too. So that's another way. Ooh i got a son of san francisco looking for man goldman. Send them your way. Send them your way. He's a seven on the ingraham and he'll bring some optimism in juice. Trust me. he's he's got all of that for sure right. Yeah all right folks Brett hagler on instagram at brett to tease b. r. e. t. h. a. g. l. e. r. same thing on twitter new story charity dot. Org is their website and you to learn more about brenton. His journey go to pre hagler dot com. Bread has been a blast having you on. I'm so kinda envious which is a fourth thing to be that you are doing this work so early in the game. I can't tell you. I can think one guy in particular. It is inspiring. I can think of one guy in particular who if i were to talk to him about his journey and he sixty plus he would be saying this. Is that what you're saying right. Now is the stuff he's just starting to do like like yes getting into it super hard. I mean i think again like go to encourage folks that maybe haven't been intentional. I'm as you could be. I really do think you have to think of it. As as an investment that is going to bring back just outside return for the things that batter. And what i believed was that if i get this right with a lot of my internal and personal things that are unhealthy version of three. It's gonna make me a better a better friend. A better son a better boyfriend or husband And then a better leader right. Like i know it's gonna lead to a better a better leader and so it's an investment that you need to be intentional about But the good news is that it's a choice. It's a choice that you can make the go away on a weekend or be more intentional about about zooming out and doing the work so It has great returns.
"hagler" Discussed on Typology
"Was initially used only by spiritual directors. So i'm really glad that your spiritual director knows it and is is using it in in your work all right well. Then let's talk about this your deadly sin which gives if you got a spiritual director work with you. I'm sure that she's Raised this to the four is deceit right Or which which might you know. Sometimes a very unhealthy three will deceive others right by presenting a persona or a mask with which they've become overly identified. And but usually it's unconscious itself. Deception like the three themselves becomes convinced that they are the person they are presenting to you in the moment and without realizing this is not my authentic self. I'm doing this for other motives. Oftentimes which are not awesome. Has your spiritual director worked with you on on that. Yes she has I think that she's probably the the find it a little different than than than deceit. But but yeah absolutely And and i think i've tried to. I tried to set up Certain habits to identify when when that's happening but obviously the same time a lot of it's unconscious and so For me. I think one of the best ways that i've i've tried to To improve their. I think that the the the closer i am. And just as a person of faith like the more i'm abiding over striving and the more i'm just like you know in in my good practices in the word Being attached to the vine. Like that's the thing that if i'm doing then in the sound you know kind of gdp christian talk but that that is where. I'm getting better fruit. And i think. I've found myself to be less bus deceiving What for the math will come on. And so there's different things. I've tried to do but that has probably been very basic bihar. That's been the one thing that has helped me the most anthony. My brother would if i told you you could get high quality organic in non gmo groceries delivered to your door for a lot less than you're paying now and help out families in need now. That's something i'd want to know more about Let me tell you. that's what i'm doing. I discovered thrive market as proud thrive market member. I get the products. I love in my paid. Membership provides a free membership for one. low income. Family is amazing. And let me tell you this. I have ordered off their website. Which by the way is very user friendly. It's not at all like one of those websites for you. Know you feel like you just fell into some kind of terrible technological labyrinth right. They have the best selection of high-quality healthy and sustainable products online. Now let me just you about one product. I love that they have okay. Have you ever had or a borough sparkling water. Ooh you know i have. It is so great lavender cucumber. My face oh. I like lemon coconut. Lemongrass herbal infused. I mean it is telling me. Thrive has it thrive has come on is amazing. We we got two cases of oral bora sparkling water through thrive market two days ago. Ooh love that stuff. Well you're welcome. So i used to be also a golden serial guy. Remember that remember that well. That's because i'm so health. But now i eat organic coconut flakes cereal from thrive market. Who i like that and the list goes on my brother of amazing things right. I gotta try those change in my life and guess what what now. They have to new membership options. A one month membership for nine ninety five a month or a twelve month membership for five bucks a month five bucks a month this right build at fifty nine ninety five in as a special offer for typology listeners. Join thrive market today to get twenty dollars off your first order and an exclusive free gift. The only way to get this offer is by going to thrive market dot com slash typology. That's thrive t. h. i. v. market dot com slash typology. Typ o. l. Gee why to get the exclusive offer of twenty dollars off your first order and a free gift. You can't get this offer anywhere else. Go to thrive market.
"hagler" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt
"Sugar ray leonard. Roberto duran marvelous marvin hagler and thomas hearns. Legends whose four way rivalry define one of the greatest ariza in boxing history. Relive their decade of dominance in a new showtime sports documentary the kings a four part series now streaming on showtime. Either boys and girls want him to another edition of the business of sports. Andrew brand really special edition today. I'm devoting it all to interview with someone mark or while you know. My day job is more prominent alumni is about on the neal is president teams under the new jersey devils of the national hockey league. And a few seventy.
The Marvelous Marvin Hagler Honored With Celebration in Brockton, MA
'Boxing News' ft. Combat Sports Insider Deon Clubbs (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #13)
"Big terence crawford fan elephant in the room. Is we all want to see the task. Force earl spencer. Who is tasked. Crawford's bob arum aerospace is now heyman so let's pbc de espn top rank two different companies. And they don't talk that. Well bob air hill talk to somebody like eddie hearn's who's matchbox and that's why we're going to have the fury verse. Anthony joshua fight which will be happening soon helping the site but pack. I mean he has won. The belts task cropper. Only has one belt. Its way for our task offer to pillow more emphasis on how necessary that fight is to unify. Forty-seven welterweight division. I think if pack. Yeah winds i mean. Sorry one of the best boxers of all time but if he beats terence crawford somehow he'll solidified himself as how pound. I mean this may weather and then pack. Y'all right there for this generation. Yeah dan i honestly think that terence crawford will not come with the same protests when keith armand fault pack. Y'all was outclass outmatch. I'm saying a right now first clubs bangers clubs bangers on the list i care score for will win this fight In might go the distance. But i think tears crawford will will have pack yao dump by lisa sixth or seventh round. He starts a little later and then he wants he figures you out it's over with in pac l. Might be rabbi. He might be there with calmer. Gregor the wraps might be sectional. They all my internet things about life thing about how much they drink tonight before. Who knows what. I think pat will be going to sleep. Who could slum writer six or sound around that fight and crawford who have to belts. It'll be more if assist as far as him fighting Earl spencer fight really needs to happen for you have just one chance. I don't like all these these all. These belts and safety and buys are fine but we want one undisputed champion and had way divisions got right there startling towards that path with a anti josh will sisa fury and i think the wealth way forty seven trend towards that way hopefully by next year once cry a patio like trash that he has dispose disposable. Jettison get out here. that's to happen by next year. Oh yeah my brother. I completely agree. We got to have that match. We boxing match in our lives and i agree. I believe that terraced coffer will stop mini. Pack y'all i believe many we'll put up a good fight but yeah i don't think he has what it takes. I think he's a little too old to stop. Terence crawford crawford at the ball in booths. Podcasts he's really good. And i really like him and so yeah i think he's gonna stop him and i i hope so. I'm very excited. So we can have him versus like you said errol spence and see that joint in twenty twenty two fo the win- anyways so we have a huge fight coming up either this year next year. The heavyweight division is finally consolidating and we have tyson fury versus anthony joshua which will be the biggest fight in u. k. boxing history. So my friend. Tell me how we feel about the heavyweight division. How well they're doing art. We can't okay. Starts out first of all omar. Would you
"hagler" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
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Middleweight boxer Marvin Hagler dies at 66
"Middleweights has died. Joe Stern reports. Boxing promoter Bob Arum said he was the most loyal, dedicated fighter he ever promoted. He was talking about marvelous. Marvin Hagler, who died Saturday at his home in New Hampshire Angler was the undisputed middleweight champ from 1982 1987 after winning the W B, a WBC and the ring middleweight titles from British boxer Alan Minter. Hagler finishes fight career 62 3 in two out doing Tommy Hearns, Roberto Duran, John Mugabi and mentor before losing a split decision to Sugar Ray Leonard in his final fight. He's a member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame and was only knocked down once in his professional career. Marvin Hagler Dead at the age of 66. Joel Stern,
Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Middleweight Champion of the 1980s, Dies at 66
"Hagler, a champion middleweight boxing legend and Brockton native, died yesterday in New Hampshire. WBC. Suzanne Saz Ville got reaction from a Brockton boxer and gym owner who knew Hagler When we think about boxing and Brockton, the name Rocky Marciano comes to mind, but it's the city of champions and marvelous. Marvin Hagler was one of them. Has good position on new. Let me a lot of people around here lost money on that 1987 fight. I definitely think that very limbs stole fight from Marvin. I felt modern, won the fight. That's Marciano's cousin, Mike Cappiello, who fought out of the same Brockton. Jim as Hagler. Remember one time right before he thought Thomas Hearns. Remember, I did something wrong. He jumped right in the ring with me and gave me some instructions. So he's a good guy like that. There's already a statue of Marciano when Brockton and Cappiello thinks Hagler should get one, too, and he knows just where it should go spot for. That would be maybe over like it. Master story Community College where Marvin Hagler does have the scholarship fund over there.
Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Middleweight Champion of the 1980s, Dies at 66
"Marvin Hagler, a champion middleweight boxing legend and Brockton native, died yesterday in New Hampshire. WBZ Suzanne Saz Ville got reaction from a Brockton boxer and gym owner who knew him When we think about boxing and Brockton, the name Rocky Marciano comes to mind, but it's the city of champions and marvelous. Marvin Hagler was one of them. That's a good decision on knew a lot of people around here. Lost money on that 1987 fight. I definitely think that very limbs stolen fight from Marvin. I felt modern. One fight. That's Marciano's cousin, Mike Cappiello, who thought out of the same Brockton Jim as Hagler. Remember one time right before he thought Thomas Hearns. Remember, I did something wrong. Jumped right in the ring with me and gave me some instructions. So he's a good guy like that. There's already a statue of Marciano when Brockton and Cappiello thinks Hagler should get one, too, And he knows just where it should go. Take a great spot for that would be maybe over like it. Master story Community College where Marvin Hagler does have the
Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Boxing Legend And Brockton Native, Dies
"Marvin Hagler, a champion middleweight boxing legend and Brockton native, has died. He died yesterday at his home in New Hampshire. WBZ Suzanne Saz Ville got reaction from a Brockton boxer and gym owner who knew Hagler When we think about boxing and Brockton, the name Rocky Marciano comes to mind, but it's the city of champions and marvelous. Marvin Hagler was one of them knew a lot of people around here lost money on that 1987 fight. I definitely think that very limbs stolen fight from Marvin. I felt modern, won the fight. That's Marciano's cousin, Mike Cappiello, who thought out of the same Brockton Jim as Hagler. Remember one time before he What? Thomas Hearns. Remember I did something wrong. He jumped right in the ring with me and gave me some instructions. So he's a good guy like that. There's already a statue of Marciano in Brockton and Cappiello thinks Hagler should get one, too, And he knows just where it should go. Great spot. That would be maybe over like a massive story Community college where Marvin Hagler does have the scholarship fund over there. Suzanne Sarsfield, WBC Boston's news radio, and Hagler leaves behind his brother. Robbie Simms, who still lives in Brockton, and trains and works out at Cappie Yellows boxing
Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Middleweight Champion of the 1980s, Dies at 66
"Middleweight boxing Great marvelous Marvin Hagler has died at the age of 66. He was the undisputed middleweight champion from the 1980 until his lost to Sugar Ray Leonard in 1987. The cause of death was not
Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Boxing Legend And Brockton Native, Dies At Age 66
"Native Marvelous Marvin Hagler has died. His wife, Kay, posting on social media that Hagler passed away unexpectedly at his home in New Hampshire yesterday. Marvelous Marvin Hagler began his boxing career training, with the Petronella brothers and Brockton eventually raining as the undisputed Middleweight champion from 1982 1987 62 wins three losses to draws 52 knockouts in a career spanning from 1973 to 80 70 successfully defended his middleweight title, 12 Times. Before losing to Sugar Ray Leonard in a controversial decision at Caesars Palace in Vegas. Back in 87 he never fought after that moved to Italy got into acting marvelous Marvin Hagler passing away yesterday at the age of 66. President Biden
The boxing world reacts to the death of Marvelous Marvin Hagler
"The boxing world mourning The death of marvelous Marvin Hagler, one time undisputed middleweight champ passed away Saturday at his home in New Hampshire. Hagler, who was 66 was born in North Get inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame and the World Boxing Hall of
Middleweight boxer Marvin Hagler dies at 66
"Former undisputed world middleweight boxing champion Marvelous Marvin Hagler, died Saturday unexpectedly at his home in New Hampshire. Angular, held the belt for seven years in the eighties, defending his title a dozen times before losing it to Sugar Ray Leonard into 12 round decision. He was the boxer of the decade in the eighties. Marvin Hagler was 66 years old.
Middleweight boxer Marvin Hagler dies at 66
"One of boxing's greatest middleweights is dead. Marvelous. Marvin Hagler was 66. His wife, Kay confirmed his death and social media saying he died unexpectedly in his home in New Hampshire. The New York New Jersey native was the undisputed middleweight champion from 1982 1987 after winning the W B, a WBC and the ring middleweight titles from Alan Minter, the White
Brexit: EU agrees to Brexit delay, but no date yet
"European Union ambassadors agreed today to grant the United Kingdom of brexit extension beyond next Thursday but they haven't said how long that extension will be British prime Minister Boris Johnson said yesterday he'll give parliament more time to debate his brexit deal but only if lawmakers approve an early general election let's bring in BBC correspondent Rob Watson in London Hi Rob Hi things as clear as ever on brexit never do seem to clear up can we say for sure though that the UK is not going to crash out of the EU without a deal next Thursday. I think that does seem amazingly unlikely despite Boris Johnson's rather unwise a promise that he would rather die in a ditch agreed to an extension of the brexit process oops so what happens next in parliament then goodness gracious well the most important thing is to find out whether or not MP's are prepared to vote for general election as Mister Johnson proposed on on the twelfth of December on I have absolutely no idea yeah whether they will or not I mean I think it's amazing unlikely that opposition parties when agreed to do things exactly as Boris Johnson once but I mean Mandalay keep putting off an election forever probably not so if they say no next week to a general election then what happens well I suspect they'll be sort of a hagler of a want to do next but it's important it's important to remember this why do the Conservatives Mister Johnson wants a general election and once can be surprised because the opinion polls suggests they would win why does the main opposition party of a bit more reluctant because they have seen the same polls Jeremy I it's difficult to see exactly what the a Ford is almost I'm I suspect that the the the leader of the opposition party Jeremy Corbyn is that sort of Chap I think he's rather looking forward to some kind of campaign but those this policy a single hang on a minute this is look at the polls we'd be absolutely crazy let's either a try and get an a second referendum first ahead of a general election all sort of just play a long game just to land the land lion hope that something turns up is a general election if one happens soon really like a second referendum though a lot of people have made that case that that kind of is referendum you either say I'm with you Boris Johnson I wanNA get out or against you Boris Johnson I don't want Britain to leave the European Union I think the answer is yes and no and I think that certainly way the way the Conservative Party would like it because this is going to be you know we all the parties brexit Don I should say by the way in parenthesis that it's a rather effective immensely disingenuous message and we'll be discussing our relationship with the European Union for decades to come whether whether there's a deal or not but that's what Mr Johnson wants and one of the opposite under two of the opposition parties Scottish nationalist and the Liberal Democrats are out and outlets reverse brexit parties but it's different with the other with the other party the main opposition Labor Party and and here's the thing you know whether you want it to be about brexit or not exclusively general election that's just not the way elections work I mean look at it involves forty five million eligible voters anything can happen no doubt other issues other events may intrude on that that's the way of course which you might argue yes you could ever general election but it could settle nothing in a couple of ways and that in that one party may not get an absolute majority and you go back to this what we've just been discussing I'll have the sort of sense well actually did it really subtle Brexit BBC political correspondent Rob Watson we will be seeing you next week in London Rob Get the beer too temperature for us I know that's how you like it in the UK. It's already that Jeremy
Trees Are Key To Fighting Urban Heat, But Cities Keep Losing Them
"Yesterday that low income areas of major u._s. Cities are often hotter order than wealthy neighborhoods. It's the finding of an investigation from n._p._r. And the howard center for investigative journalism at the university of maryland today we look at one of the best ways to beat the urban heat trees american cities are losing nearly twenty nine million trees every year. Many are struggling to reverse that trend that includes louisville kentucky which compared to its surroundings has been getting hotter faster than any other u._s. City n._p._r.'s mega anderson reports. Any hagler is walking down her block in park divall a lower income neighbourhood on louisville's west side. It's lined with single family homes and well kept tidy yards. First of all is my neighborhood and i love love it even without the things that i would want to have here things like trees. She points to a small scraggly one in the grassy patch running down her street. That's the the median right there. They've got a tree in there but it's one tree. There's another small tree behind it and there are parts of this neighborhood with more trees but overall data shows the canopy here is about half the city average. Hitler says she thinks trees were just not a priority park. Vol used to be the site of a massive asif public housing complex that was demolished and construction started here in the late ninety s c after twenty years. If we had thought differently about the design zayn we might have put more trees here across louisville wealthier neighborhoods have as much as twice the tree coverage as low income areas many of which are communities of have color jad daily is president and c._e._o. Of the nonprofit american forests he says that pattern is often the case nationwide. If we show you a map the tree canopy in virtually any sitting america were also showing you a map of income and in many cases were showing you a map of race ethnicity in ways that transcendent calm trees aren't just pleasant their key to fighting heat view live in an area and cities that seeing more extreme heat days but you don't have tree covered a cool down your neighborhood. The can literally be a a life or death issue according to an analysis by n._p._r. In the howard center low income areas of cities across the country tend to be hotter than their a wealthier counterparts. Those areas are hotter in part because they often have fewer trees and that heat can take a toll on health. Here's daily the folks who are least likely to have air conditioning to whether heatwaves the folks who are most likely to have preexisting health conditions that put them at greater risk from those heat waves aren't getting the benefits of trees between two thousand nine and two thousand fourteen forty four states lost tree cover in urban areas according to the u._s. forest service and when it comes to trees many low income areas are already starting at a deficit cad stanfield executive director of louisville grows a nonprofit that plants trees says it doesn't have to be that way. He took me to saint james court in old louisville. It's a boulevard famous for its stately victorian homes and an annual art art fair but we were there to see the huge lush canopy towering over us. If you were to look at an aerial view of this wouldn't look too dissimilar from forest the trees reese shade us almost completely stanfield says it's a reminder of what's possible if trees are part of the plan from the beginning for anybody that plants trees in a city. This is the the goal this is the dream. This is what you hope to create in the cities but even if trees are in the plan maintaining them takes money a lot of money me this year tree maintenance on this street which is about a quarter mile long will cost around twenty thousand dollars according to the neighborhood association the city has planted planted and donated roughly five thousand trees annually since two thousand thirteen but it loses about fifty four thousand every year according to its own assessment too invasive species a._b._c.'s natural disasters and urban development and louisville is facing a thirty five million dollar budget deficit. They've cut funding to emergency police and fire fire services. Mayor greg fischer says he'd like to plant more trees. We've got it wrestle with this great. American challenge people want everything but they don't want to pay for anything. When it comes to planting tens of thousands more he says city government's not going to be able to do all that by itself. He's counting on nonprofits and other institutions to fill in the gaps at the university of louisville's environment institute researchers are trying to make the case that trees are a must have in city budgets jets. They're starting to study called the greenheart project and will plant full grown trees as tall as thirty feet in three square mile area in louisville. The five five year study will measure how the health of hundreds of participants changes and compare them to a nearby control group in short. They're testing trees the same way you test the new drug. The idea was to run. This project is a clinical trial but instead of giving pills we plant trees irony. Bhatnagar is director of the institute food and he says beyond cooling city down studies have linked trees too much more better air quality better stormwater management lower energy costs lower levels levels of stress even a longer life but naga says you can't always isolate trees as the reason those things happen. Everything's remaining the same the trees in it what he says cities have divorced themselves from nature and now he wants to show what happens when you put nature back in meg anderson n._p._r. News.
Counter-protesters far outnumber white nationalists at D.C. rally
"Events to Mark the anniversary of the deadly violence that. A white supremacist rally in Charlottesville Virginia last year. Were largely peaceful with police making just. A handful of rests in Washington thousands of people gathered counter-protestors far outnumbered the thirty or so white nationalist who showed up for the unite the right rally. In DC organized by Jason Kessler a. Lot of white people feel agreed a few blocks away at freedom plaza at, least a thousand, counter protesters. Gathered including Reverend gray Lynn Hagler this country is a country seventy and not up these events marked the one year anniversary of, the rally that brought Neo Nazis white supremacists KKK members and others to Charlottesville where a counter protester was run over and two. Troopers killed in. A helicopter