23 Burst results for "Hairston"
"hairston" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing
"Final I'm not talking about. Which? Have you added pick between which one was more impressive. That Finals Bulls victory. These guys were on their last leg or let's say coming back from three one. Which one would you say was more impressive. Truth be, and there's this is not a loaded question. No three one is the first time ever. That's fine. I respect that, but that does not does not that you don't. We don't have to. We can take a portion of that one. Winning honestly he. Totally different things, but I'm GONNA I'M GONNA. Say This grieve. Hold homeless I would say aspect, heat, wise team watch with Cleveland. Cavaliers did coming back through three. One is is more impressive when I will say this individualize were healthy. You Richard You had your veteran Guy Kyrie Irving was obviously Lebron James, unbelievable. Series okay. You guys. When incredible run and you guys beat them on the road in game seven, so t watts I wanna say that was more impressive individual lives by. Jordan had literally carry that team to dragging size essential i. Couldn't play more because back and Dennis Rodman was. Revert win so individually. Wise Jordan was more pressing Gyi night. say something. Dino Kyri in the Bronx scored forty one points each in everyone. Else's like twelve to Lebron almost average a triple double that whole series so. You might say. He led this. Point scoring. Lead the. It wasn't an individual thing. Everybody would everything don't worry about it eating coach his. Incur. High Irvine had forty one with Lebron, having forty one. Game, when shot okay. Suffered by ladies and gentlemen. Those. Week the, don't you guys were unbelievable. The rest of the mass were nothing. My son catch catchy working on standby and say. Appellate Defense. Lasers. Reading as anyway I was wondering alley is still here, right? But here his my call, the ultimate team player the one that knows it up because they're. Not My thing. Nobody looks at Lebron stats during that series. Which is Asinine to me? So look at what he did during that series versus that team. Is. Like..
"hairston" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing
"Cheers. Cheers. Cheers Jared. You get something. I got the Cup I the last week of the governor or best to keep it on the planet. been back here in three months. So Okay well, we're going to dive into all. Cheers welcome into his edition of Roger Ben Maller clipped and Channing Frye Richard Jefferson. Our guest can probably introduce himself on your overhead. If you know baseball, recognize him, you know. He's a colleague of mine at Spectrum Sports. He's a friend of Richard's will probably become a friend of chaining dated channing, sister or Sister got that. We'll get into all years ago. Either a world series champion with the Yankees in two thousand nine played in the majors I fifteen years. Sixteen County Sixteen. Who is all? That's the longest in this group. Analyst on the dodgers network currently and the newest host of the newest podcast cut looking. His name is during her senior Jerry. Chairs if we had, we had the sound effects, I say it every episode. YEAH WE'LL! Be would like applause. It'd be like flaws welcoming guests. Fram young guys appreciate. In you stop acting so professional, yes. Got Eight hours I'll starting around up because. I'll tell everybody now I'm GonNa Change years ago. It was right for the NBA rats. Tickets so comes game. We've gone. After the cubs game. And not ten fifteen minutes into the cubs game start asking me about my sister. In the Ashley Date my sister I said absolutely not that ain't happening. Especially you. Get picked in the NBA. You're GONNA have to. In professional sports leave my sister alone to change credit. He didn't pursue my sister twenty. GonNa be polite man off school. Sean. You show him pictures of. How did this conversation brought up? No, because t knows skill tourists who came with me who feel played on Arizona with us from nate reunite I. Know Fucking Hill, so so fills actually if we really want to get into it. Phil Phil's older sister me. Her went out a couple of times at high school, so I knew Phil's sister. I was. Phyllis googles with my younger brother and obviously filling play basketball. You guys an Hewlett. So you did the Tango Phil Sister Outcome on, we're not. In the. World. We really get into it because when I put on the texture. And obviously you Jerry and Richard No each other, because you're also in a fantasy cracked together gross. Each Other, but as we were talking about having you on the episode ten minutes later, channing said, can someone send me Shit on Jerry Hairston own anything about him? I thought it was your brother to be honest, so that was like. Hold on, and then He. Talked about rebel, and he was like Oh, I know so. It's a long time ago. That's a long time ago, but I'm still a cubs fan I still to this day. It's the best. Best. Sporting event based based forty. Now is trying to. You I forgive you because I have another. Play as well so they do. Mix US up from time to time, so you are forgiven, and you know what you're right on going to a cubs game in the summer at Wrigley Field. That cal football type atmosphere. fans are going crazy every single day or night, so if young men originally feel I suggest that summer when everything opens up. Yet totally so, how have you been spending Quarantine Jerry? Mostly I've been in Scottsdale Arizona. My Home I like to play golf with a lot of golf there. For? She will social distance on the golf course at three kids, a son. That's fourteen is a pretty good baseball player. spending time with him and two daughters. One play volleyball is really good.
Working with Athletes during the Covid-19 Crisis- Mike Schultz Highland Training
"We focus on athletic performance and that was the main goal. And you know way back in the day when I was trying to figure out how it's going to do this You know one of the ways to train specially runners and cyclists. That's we mainly focus on cyclic. I'm one of the best way to do. It is the online. And so you know you need a schedule. And you need goals and Then like I just mentioned the eventually the awesome and then gardening Becoming big and all of a sudden Now you can go run or ride your bike anywhere in the world and upload the foul to the computer to look at and Straw came along and all of these online tools Then kind of like home their practice and be I'll become very cool and they all work in slightly different ways But you know you start to say okay. Well as a coach I view A work out of someone in California and I can see how far they ran. I could see how intense I get their notes. I can call him on the phone. We can talk about it and this makes better spent working together than actually showing up in person every day so In a nutshell. That's what we do week by Week. Is Communicate with all the athletes that we got Right schedules week by week and With the goal to gang strength Mainly on the bike and I know from talking to you. I guess five or six months ago in October you work with athletes nut just a lead level athletes but just somebody who has maybe the goal of I'd like to do a century or I linked to grant fon does a really across the spectrum from high level. People say I just like to move that totally correct. Yes I I. I got people Who May focus on? I try to get everyone to focus on. At least one event or something to do every year Just as gives you a goal to work towards You know outside of the general fitness aspect. But sure I'm bringing people of a guy who just got into cycling like in the past year and You know was a weightlifter back in the day and trail running and took some time off and kids and all and so he just got backing cycling and this is all brand new to him and so it's pretty cool. I mean so I get to apply you know. And in honestly from the beginner to the elite. I mean girls kind of folks on the same thing at times just the you know how much duration they can put in each week or how much power they're putting out or how intense to work on it so There are differences. But yes I get to see it across the board And there's there's common amongst at all and Weight gain strength so I guess it would be correct to say on the one hand with your coaching in the corona virus. Your coaching really hasn't changed that much. But on the other hand I suspected has harshly because of the cancellation of so many races event and events and partially just with having athletes and people that you coach literally across the US. What's happening and what? The concerns are differs from area to area. So when was the first time with your coaching business? That you first became aware of like. Hey this might be something that's going to have a direct influence on either me or the athletes and I'm coaching job. Probably a few weeks ago And I've been following the news every day and obviously I work online so I'm online I can pull up the knew and see what's going on and you know as everyone knows changing rapidly I think about You know when they start shutting the schools down here in PA and went to essential businesses. And I again defend messages to everyone of Hairston general rules when I'm going for The first number one roy. Like don't go out and waste yourself on a ride Don't lower your immune system and come susceptible to something like that And so the races are off right now. The first of all that was kind of like a reality that hit everyone kind of slowly. is racing started to get cancelled and on my side. I had it back and wait. They are what's going to happen here. Give it five days and we kind of seen everything canceled you. Know obviously February March Or March and April May. Most things are starting to cancel June the race. They're kind of holding out. What's going on So at that point we just kind of take that back and say all right. There's no more anything what's get over the fact that no one's GonNa be raising now and let's focus on some Based building you know building building the engine again and And then we'll ramp up and kind of wait week by Tom. What's going to happen? How it's GonNa play out and I would imagine not to put a positive spin on cove in nineteen but for some people not racing having more time to build a base and build straight could potentially long-term over the years make them better riders. If I'm not incorrect. Yeah I agree. I mean it's sad to see what happening with the Olympic or example On that end obviously that the most elite end 'cause those guys are really trying to peek for something that's a month away and now cancelled But for the majority of a specialty crop the year focused on bike races in health and getting stronger and being competitive on age groups Yeah I think it You know it's kind of a heat. Said put a positive spin on kind of a blessing in a way because everyone just now gets to take a break From doing event than focusing on the things. And everyone's gotTa just chill out. Roger Biker run alone and So it kind of put a Spin. A different spin on everything By as everyone. Everyone's got a personal life. And you know I think it took a week or we can ha- Figuring out jobs in kids and all this kind of stuff so there was a little disruption there and we're we're actually now just kind of people are just getting into the groove of all right. I'm staying home and working out every day. You know and back into the thing
Atlanta: 16-year-old boy killed in crash in DeKalb County
"A tragic accident in dekalb county claims the life of a sixteen year old Sunday evening channel two action news reporter Michael side was on the scene grimly friends and even first responders attempting to comfort this heartbroken mother who was inconsolable after she washed investigators remover sixteen year old son's body from this wreckage the cab county police say the team driver was alone Sunday evening traveling down the stretch of Hairston road near Wesley chapel when he lost control of his car and slammed right into this telephone pole splitting it in half the crash remains under investigation crews also on the scene working to repair that telephone pole that was snapped in to buy the vehicle
Dodgers complete deal for Betts, Price
"Hairston junior of course former major league player world champion with the Yankees And of course the dodgers address analysts for Spectral Sports Net L. A. Jerry. Welcome to the PODCAST. How you doing very well very well? Yes on in Wednesday afternoon four o'clock eastern time. The big press conference at Dodger Stadium. Yes mookie Betts and David price coming to Los Angeles. I know you got to like train and your thoughts. I'm extremely excited. You know the dodgers the last few years. I've put themselves in position to possibly win a world series. It hasn't happened but I really believe adding guy like Mookie Betts in my opinion five baseball ballplayer all in all the major leagues. Excellent top of the order hitter. You know I think this is. He's kind of like the generations. Ricky Henderson excellent speed is they're gonNA NOT GONNA steal a hundred thirty basis because nobody does that anymore really. Nobody did that with ricky played But he gives you speed at the top power A great outfielder in right field. And you put him in the lineup with next month cody bellinger Justin Turner And so on and so forth this is arguably the best lineup and all of baseball and then add to This dodge rotation healthy David Price. Who Brings in championship type pedigree and I really believe? He's GonNa be pitching with a chip on his shoulder. I'm having something to prove the season so I'm excited for the dodgers and the city of La. Jerry dodgers needed a good right handed bat. That lineup is loaded with lefties. This bets bets is going to help that isn't he. Absolutely you know anytime you get a chance to Have the best players in all of baseball. And you're on your lineup. She'd He'd be in your lineup. It's GONNA help but you're always looking for balance and you know like you mentioned. The dodgers were heavy left handed The last two years with Jock Petersen Jason Cory seager cody bellinger Max money. There's nothing wrong with having left handed power but you WANNA kinda offset that a little bit especially with the emergence of Gavin Luxa the new Start second base going to the dodgers have. He's a left handed batter. So you WanNa make sure you balanced when you're facing writings and left these Throughout the season the playoffs so why not not get arguably the best right handed hitting outfielder outside of my trout in base going. That's looking back and Jerry. You don't look at this as as has some sort of rental you don't make a trade for guy player like Mookie Betts and not be willing to sign this guy who can be a free agent. After next year you fully the expect. The dodgers to ante up and paid has got to be a dodger for a long time. Don't you absolutely I liken this to like an Anthony Davis you you know you. Trade for Anthony Davis get him in the fold let them see. La Let him be Laker and see how great it is to be living in La very similar with mookie Betts. You get him over here here. Let them play in this ballpark. Be a dodger Every day Get accustomed to you know the lifestyle. LA which. Really second to none. Being in the bright lights of Hollywood. I I think he's going to love it here and WanNa sign back and certainly. The dodgers have the resources to sign a guy like me or about so. Hopefully he's comfortable here which I think he will be. And we'll love to play here because everybody played here including myself has a loved. But I'm not putting on that dodger. Blue Guess on inside the park a podcast is of course Jerry Hairston junior former major league player and analyst for the dodgers in their TV broadcasts The other part is MOOKIE BETTS AND PRICE COM from Boston and they're under a cloud of suspicion. They're under investigation for what went down with their ex manager. Now Alex Cora and the dodgers chargers got a bronco event they lost in the world series in two thousand eighteen to the red sox. Where do you make of that? Where Mookie Betts and David Price could possibly be implemented uh implicated and talk about that they took part in what could wind up being yet? Another cheating scandal baseball. Well you know what I've heard it. You know before the the commissioner ruled on the Astros. We'd heard rumblings for a couple of weeks. What was coming down the road and we knew it was pretty pretty bad We know that the commission she's GonNa ruin the red SOx pretty pretty quickly. That's what we're hearing And we've also heard it's not nearly as bad as the Astros so I'm kind of banking on that anytime you play a team in the world series and the Super Bowl or the or the NBA finals. You WanNa make sure both sides are on the up and up. And I'm hoping that was the case with the with the Red Sox I'm hoping Alex Cora bidding implement everything that he has with Houston in Boston but that's yet to be seen But you know now that is the guys like Bats and David Price on the fold You gotta wait and see. I'm hoping they weren't a part of it. Obviously David price being a pitcher. Sure certainly wasn't that part of it because it was on the offensive side of the ball. And I'm hoping mookie wasn't in wasn't a part of that as well so that's got to be seen Bob Open for the good in
"hairston" Discussed on I Burn Everything
"He would go I Ashley. Thank you so much for being on our podcast. Thanks for having me guys. Thanks for being here. You have already You found the ghost and I felt it soon as I entered I was like what is this feeling. I'm feeling it's too perfect. Everything in here is perfect. Able is that tree fell to go sir real good I just felt an essence You know when I first came in here. I'm only saying that because I don't know if I believe in ghosts or not you know But when I first came in here I was like if there is a ghost. It's very pleasant. That was my first inside against any threatening like no negative and it felt very warm and inviting. Yeah these like blinds gently blowing Ah welcoming she's pointing to like sheer white blinds with tiny little French dots on them. You have any paranormal experiences says spirit sightings feelings time like this is GonNa get good goes do believe believe in you know spirits and energy Meteo but yeah nothing like crazy. I think energy energy. I think it's impossible to be in this world and not feel something so if you're like If you're opposed to even the prospect of there being some sort of other things yeah I don't buy inconvenient convenient belief the world's not so tidy. I I I love the way you put that. It's not so tidy. I agree one hundred percent I always think when people are like. I don't believe in that stuff. I'm like you literally can't see most of the things that are happening. Let what were. We don't know liberties bugs living your arm arm body ollery. You know all organism awesome. Some of them were than others guy. Yeah or just like getting a feeling of something yes doing it and then something happens. Yeah yeah or yeah. Having a sense of them I've had a lot of those things. Sometimes even they come in like Like sort of the feeling of deja Vu. Yeah like I'll have a strong the feeling of Deja Vu and then meet someone that I'm friends with for the rest of my life that same man you know. I love that stuff at to love that stuff. It's hard to date someone when when you're if you ever dated someone who doesn't believe in that at all and they're always like scoffing at you. Stop Yes me too. I hate that I might fun out of him. Like believe in something a twenty twenty four seven skeptic across the board superfund vibe. No it's always like it's a naysayers vibe and I feel like I grew up with those kind of people on their. Those people. Don't like sunsets. Yeah everything's Cliche. Coal hugging you feel. Yeah the cold. You're left like you always get a cold after you're like my temper. They hug they wrap your arms their arms arms around you. And then they're armed just disintegrate everything disintegrates cleaner dating a ghost yeah have you ever dated a ghost. I have Oh have you bring whilst I guess. Now that he's gone but he didn't go smell. Okay that's gone. Oh my gosh you take me dead dated honestly the way we are. So you're the one who's dead inside. Oh my gosh that would be insane way to Tigr. Were like you ever dated. It goes through like we'll now that my boyfriend different dead. Yeah he is a ghost and we just keep going. But here's susceptible. I am to people's Energy I if you had laughed I would have laughed. Yeah Oh you probably just just to keep the train going. Relax and then we'd all be like living people now right. We just transition transition as much as horrible. What happened did you lose your personalities? So you are. You're a year and a half out of a break-up yeah five year relationship yes five year. Oh how are you doing so I moved here in two thousand twelve km. I'm doing okay AK I think you look great. The lights just bleeding you see on the like it's the air are not doing okay. It's forcing you to be honest. This would be the episode. Show the smooth sailing from here in Las us. Something about happen in K.. I hope nothing creepy happen. We'll be fine. Everything's GonNa be just fine doc. Okay so twelve a two thousand twelve. I moved here and we met in two thousand thirteen gene. Came right after your mom like off over actually of two thousand twelve okay and then we started dating in two thousand thirteen men. Yeah all the way till two thousand eighteen. I why that's a long relationship and so like I feel like it was basically my entire us so far. Yeah like living in Los Angeles too so like dating being in La was not. I haven't done I haven't done. It really was that recent transplants. Yeah we were both so engaging transplant. uh-huh yeah how did you meet. We both worked at I O I o Wes- rest in peace. The ghost of the car that crashed into is in our house was so yeah we I. was there air for that crap. Not with that is no. I don't know I card drove into the front of God. There was like an Improv team. After named Crash Bar Nathan crashed into the harm Chrysler before that so maybe they predicted it. Okay there's a lot of weird stuff floating around getting weird. I don't trust anything about the crash that happened. You know I wrote the grows on her way into a podcast earlier today. I.
"hairston" Discussed on I Burn Everything
"Hey guys this is. I burned everything a food and relationship. podcast I'm Steven Nelson and I'm Dave Horwitz and we have some business to take care of up top. We usually do you this at the end of the show. But we've been thinking and we want some newer reviews we thank you for reviewing and rating the past if you have if you're a new listener though please could I tunes and leave a review right now we will. We will take a break. We can take a break right now. Pause this episode and leave a review. Yeah okay do it right now get ready now go and unpackaged. Did you do it. Quick you so much for doing it It really helps us out. It really liked drives. them is to our show. A lot of our reviews. Were from two thousand fifteen to twenty seventeen so it's really helpful to kind of have a little bit of new energy on that tunes page in. You know what I feel financing for it. I do too. I think it's well deserved you know I'm not afraid to ask for what I want anymore. huge win huge win. Speaking of huge wins as we got pretty great guest on our show today we do. I'm so excited about her. Yeah Yeah I mean. We had a really really wonderful conversation with her. I think you're GONNA like it. ACTRESS ACTRESS COMEDIAN improviser. Actually Hairston. He would go.
Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand joins 2020 presidential race
"Democratic Senator from New York Hairston gillibrand taking a first step in a run for the White House. Making the announcement last night on the late show with Stephen Colbert and filing exploratory committee. Jill Senator since two thousand nine
"hairston" Discussed on Getting Real with Réal
"You gotTa Kinda remember. If a racist power, they wouldn't have to be racist. They wouldn't have to tell you anything to keep it down, so I've been talking about it. Really. Is them trying to get you to focus on it even when they tell you not to focus on it, tell you to focus on. Even people tell you you shouldn't focus on it. That everything is fair. They know things there is to get you to focus on so all parts of it is negative. The people who tell you don't exist. They're just as bad as the people that are prejudice. It'd be no. They're all trying to get you to think outside of what inside of you, which is the divine genius, so all of it is crap. So would would would would rise riyal saying? Absolutely, true just be careful about attacking yourself if you felt that way in the future, because the pattern will go, hi. Right and remember. Other people never had. They don't have that. Strength of you know reality is just one big muscle, every level mental emotional physical. He's a big strong man, and it's going to be people that aren't that strong and they genuinely. Feel that this pattern valor, but it's a pattern. Okay so in a very loving way. Let Yourself. Know that I I I I respect your attempting to do, and I choose to focus on side I appreciate what you say about me and I choose to focus on the divinity inside of me, not the less than one percent genetic makeup. Right I appreciate where you're going and I choose to look at the facts. That All give come from within so I want to kind of think about it that way you kind to yourself and be kind to other people that feel this way. Right, because it's very valid that they feel this way, because those are the people they modeled. Gang someone. All of us are kind of think that. The reality of it is that we were saying that's the bags. You're feeling of very valid. You feel is valid, and but it's not axel. It's not it's not. where the genius lists. Like, so Iraq I wanNA respect your time, but. So you just got. Three more, questions? To question. Hours like people to know right? It's one of my new things. And by the way my wife's tagline is from inside out. She got that from you. You know so. You're changing this house. In many ways but. a lot of times. My new thing is my story..
"hairston" Discussed on Getting Real with Réal
"I WANNA do champion. I'm I'm unworthy, but I WANNA do well. I'm I'm I'm unhealthy, but I WANNA do. Fit No. Speak to the way the mind needs to be spoken to you. Don't treat your computer that way and guys. You GotTa remember a lot of times. People confused that soul that part of the creator with the nervous system. There are different. Christians have a computer. All Day right, and so you got to remember your mind is based built like that computer. It has nothing to do with the sole. That's operating it. And, so you gotTa make a distinction between the three K.. And you got to recognize that no matter how smart you are or what you know. If you don't communicate right with the computer, it's not gonNA. Give you the results that you're looking for. Real about that. Yeah, that is like soccer. Okay and makes me think so, says saying I want. I Want Castle in two thousand nineteen. I gotTA. Believe I'm driving that when I look good in that sense, but no, you know in all seriousness. I had thought yeah, the question for you because I know. So we work in teams and stuff, because a lot of what we have, the leases areas. Listening cheesy comes from. You know the stuff that happened to us in our life near. No Good Dad left me when I was three years, mom and dad got divorced. You know talking. This is what you know. You'll never amount to anything. A lot of that stuff is just going in us from kids with the the world that we grew up in the habits of their put on and a Lotta Times I say. Not Making excuses. You know what dad left me three good for in never come on black I'm always going to be black. Racism never gone away. Some making excuses about that and stuff like that so. What you teach. Does it help with those kind of as it's a break the chains if you will to help, people move for those.
"hairston" Discussed on Getting Real with Réal
"Help people. We Love them because we generate it from inside. Our courage, our strength or worthiness, our belief, all of these things come from with that at a certain point, some of gotTa realize we didn't get it from my parents. And, so you gotta be your parents. Some of us have to tell tell ourselves things as we tell a child because we didn't get it, we didn't have that opportunity. So a lot of times what I'll do is I'll speak to myself as I'm speaking to child. I'll speak for myself of speaking to somebody who needs to love needs the word. And I'll make myself worthy enough and courageous, enough and strong enough to be a role model for me and then tell me those things and let me look at me and model me and my success. I know that's a lot, but it works well man. That's that's. That's not as man. I'm listening this one and you know I hear you. I hope you got wrote that down. Stop your workout so. You gotTa be before you can be you know. I was talking about before with Tony. Robbins and you know you really. You know it makes me think of a couple things one. You know a good friend of ours Rod. You know Ms Susan slide I love. She says anything. After I am. Not Positive is from because if we and you know, I'm not preaching, but y'all. Know me you follow me I ain't shy to say I'm a believer and I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for Jesus. I AIN'T GONNA, turn my back on them. Hever, but you know. He started this whole thing with I am. And the rest. Started after that right so i. mean it's such a powerful. To word than what you put after that and the sad thing is and and I know this is while you're here and taking time to get the word out, and he's done another book and you're doing what you do because the sad thing. Is that unfortunately? A lot of people are never going to see. Go victory that they are called to see. They're never going to see what they deserve to see because they don't believe in themselves and that they don't believe in themselves. How can you expect anybody else to believe in them? How do they expect thing so with the tools that can get from you in this book? This can what the thing they've been looking for now..
"hairston" Discussed on Getting Real with Réal
"Recognizing that confidence isn't something earn. Confidence is something that you create. Confidence is something that. Comes from an internal place, confidence or something that I decide at so I'm confident. I'm strong right right right now. More than any time in our world we need strong people. We need emotionally strong people physically strong people. We need the mind to be strong. We need for people to recognize that. Things and things are changing. You can't go backwards. We have to move forward and the reason people wanna go backwards is because they don't believe that they're stronger. Because they think that somebody's got grant them with strength like the lion and the wizard of Oz and it doesn't come from the wizard comes from your heart and accounts from telling you heart, and reminding your heart that is strong, and it did heart speaks to the rest of I am strong. Right really recognizing. That in order to give love. You have to be lost. And order to be love. You have to love you. You have to kind of start probably more than anything in life. People confused love with. You know physical beauty. Are they with significant getting attention from other people? They confused love that love is not any motion. Love is not something that comes if you get enough attention from people that you want it from. Love is what you come from. Love is the essence of who you are. Love is a force. Ninety motion we can regulate into that area, but I love when people thought to put love and hate on the same category. It's not saying. So I am love and I love me. You have to kind of remember in the beginning of the word right. and. You'll were. To you. Is More significant than anybody else telling you anything other than the creative. and. You have to kind of recognize. Then you gotTa Start Practicing. We gotta the apart so I am love. I come from love. Right I am strong. I am competent I. AM worthy like I am wealthy. Right remember. Ever. Some working for Tony Robbins, and I was selling I was GONNA Mastering University sales team. We have to Selah twelve thousand dollars five hundred dollar, twelve, thousand five hundred dollar. Nasty ticket back in the nineties. A lot of money in the nineties. CA. Remember. Tony was like getting the team together and we're GONNA sell these tickets one on one coaching session, so we were trying to develop the coaching session that could sell twelve thousand dollars tickets. So finally we're all on a conference call and finally this one guy goes. Who are we fooling? Man You crazy. If we could settle twelve thousand dollar ticket, we wouldn't be here right now. Man, this is the craziest thing I've ever heard. Tony's lost it and then, and then you hear this booming voice. This is before you can know who was on a call. We didn't have the technology yet. Then, we then you hear this booming voice on very disappointed, and it's all team. Read like Tony was listening. I was like Oh, no! And, so the guy got the courage and he goes. You know Tony. I hear what you're saying, but if easy for you to say, you're Tony Robbins. And Tony says something I'll never forget, he said. I was Tony Robbins before I was Tony Robbins? And I was a while so guys. You gotta be it before you can be it. And the way you hear, it starts with the courage to develop the word you gotta be. So you gotta be courageous. Enough guys stopped waiting for the courage to come in create it. Start waiting for somebody to deliver the package to your house before you.
"hairston" Discussed on Getting Real with Réal
"The makes so much sense. And guys you know at the end of the podcast. You'RE GONNA have an amazing off the ever get this book in your hands. You don't even believe the offer. It's just gonNA. Be Mind Boggling. Actress heard I couldn't believe it, but you. Didn't now I was just thinking something the As as listening to you because this is my podcast and I'm hoping one day I know it's not there right now. Because I am an audio person, I like to listen to books and audio and let you know when when when rod puts out a book. That's probably one of the few times along with the Bible. There are actually read, but so people are listening to this podcast and they. They're taking to the gym and their dog and I just had this Pretend. This was an audio book right now. What is because as you know? I'm sure you this with your wealth of knowledge that one of the things I I might have learned this from you the fact that they said they. Have you understand that? One of the reasons your your your students have so much. Success, they do because when you work out you actually becoming a meditative or hypnotic state, and the fact that you are constantly speaking live over them, speaking positive things into them as their grind in coming to that meditative state, it's been better received so as they're working out with his podcast is real running speech life in them raw? Give give them some like pretender listening to this. And what would you be saying that could be? They can repeat on the run or repeat on the ride. I repeat you know while they're in the gym. Well just simple affirmations so remember. You we gotta stop looking for things and start creating things so instead of looking for somebody to make me worthy then through commitment and consistency I want to say I am worthy. You Know I. Come from Love I'm. I'm born out of infinite. Love can't earn what I come from. Right especially from another man or another woman or somebody anybody on that level, so really start recognizing I am worthy start.
"hairston" Discussed on Getting Real with Réal
"Clean it up, and it's going to be even more powerful, so we just relaunched. Argue up for the challenge, right? and. We made it better and we're launching all over the world so Hopefully people will go out and get that book and grow from it. Well, not I mean. It's a mosque. Is this book if you're looking to change if you listen to this right now? What I encourage you? If you're in a position, you know I, I just did a video or they were kicking off her campaign. For the New Year's in you know it's results not resolutions in one of the things we talked about. Was that you know 'cause I like to deal in facts a lot. You know as a trainer. people don't think so. They don't know that about me. But I do I the science, and maybe the facts and I know the numbers. About the people in our company that take your course and the ones that don't the success, I pay attention to that in one of the things we talk about today on this video was they did a test of a group of five thousand people and out of that five thousand you know eight percent actually achieved the new year's resolution. Benign key percent failed, and you know I, know you know it's because they're not if they if they don't change what they did, include thousand and eighteen going to end up in the scenes, and that's really what your book. He's going to help people to do correct. Absolutely, if it's all about change on every aspect of the mind, so it's change on the physical mind change on the emotional, my change on the mental mind. They all worked together. Most importantly it really support you with the patterns that get in your way so when people think the change with they run into either one seven categories of deception, right so what blocks changes when you become consciously incompetent to it and other words I hit I create these New Year's resolutions..
"hairston" Discussed on Getting Real with Réal
"Successful as apple I will believe in you to you believe in yourself. Five four, three two one boom. What's up? Champions Coach all here? I WANNA walk, and you do another edition of my podcast getting real with rail and I am so so excited about my guest today. This is going to be the podcast edition GonNa be the podcast ever to this date and I'm just telling you you. Guys are in for a treat. I guess today is is not only a really good friend of mine, but he's a mentor of mine. He is a teacher of mine, and honestly he has been life changing in my life. Personally you know. We met Rod. probably years well two. Two and a half years ago. Now Um, you know with the company that I'm with, and it's an option that you can have, and he has a thing called a healthy mind and body, and you know being a fitness professional for thirty nine years me and my wife knew you know we we can help people get accessible. We were not able to really help them to maintain it. And always the missing link is the mind right, and that's kind of what you know if you're not GonNa Change Habits. And all that and you know that's really Rod. Thing is about and we're going to hear more about it. And how you can put it into action today starting right now you know and lacks year. You. Know and I know Ravi tearing this for the first time and last year we went to a thing that Rodney's company called. Top fifty and it's was amazing. Three or four days immersed with rod his team and it was life changing immediately see changes. Even that group of people were there. They didn't contact with most of the and changing the me. Personally you know me and my wife,.
"Catch and return": U.S. asylum seekers will have to wait in Mexico
"Secretary Hairston Nielsen announcing that effective immediately. Certain asylum seekers who arrive in the US illegally from Mexico. We'll have to wait in Mexico during the course of their hearings her testimony earlier today before the house committee today, I am announcing historic measures to bring the situation under control effective immediately. The United States will begin the process of invoking section to thirty five b to see the immigration and nationality act once implemented individuals arriving in or entering the United States from Mexico illegally or without proper documentation may be returned to Mexico for the duration of their immigration proceedings. They will not be able to disappear into the United States. They will have to wait for a provable to come into the United States. If they are granted asylum by US judge. They will be welcomed into America. If they are not they will be removed to their home countries. Let me be clear we will undertake these steps consistent with our domestic and international legal obligations, including our humanitarian commitments. We have notified the Mexican government of our intended actions in response. Mexico has informed us that they will commit to implement essential measures on their side of the border. Give a civil Tate this process, by providing humanitarian assistance, they have announced that affected migrants will receive humanitarian visas to stay on Mexican soil. They will be given the ability to apply for work and be given other protections while they oh, wait a US legal determination in the coming days. We will discuss it. Mexico ways to ensure the limitation of our decision in a way that is transparent effective and ensures safe and orderly flow. Moreover as was announced by the United States and Mexico in December eighteen both countries are also committed to work on a comprehensive plan to reduce irregular migration across the region. This is something I have personally spent years pursuing behind the scenes, I had dozens of meetings with leaders from the northern triangle, convened, private sector executives and put forth proposals to address the root causes of illegal migration. We look forward to working with our Mexican partners to jointly address smuggling trafficking illegal cross border activity throughout Central America. Once and for all I cannot overstate the significance of these developments. We are taking lawful unilateral action to stop illegal entry now Mexico is taking its own appropriate actions in response, and our two countries have committed to a major regional plan to solve this crisis. Well, the department of homeland security is claiming that they've seen a two thousand percent increase in migrants. Calling it a credible. Fear of these. Trying to come into this country the first step to asylum and that asylum claims last year rising by nearly seventy percent compared to twenty sixteen. Meanwhile, the lawyers for the family and that seven year old Guatemalan girl who died in the custody of the customs and border protection. Office are calling for a thorough and independent review under the child's death echoing demands from a number of members of congress secretary Neil Neilson, speaking about her tragic death at today's hearing. But today, I want to focus on one of our core missions in particular, our duty to secure our borders and enforce our immigration laws. This is one of the highest priorities of the president the administration and my department. Indeed, it is among the most fundamental responsibility of any sovereign nation. We face a crisis at our border, a real serious and sustained crisis. We have tens of thousands of illegal aliens arriving at our doorstep every month, we have drugs criminals and violence spilling into our country every week, and we have smugglers, and traffickers who profit for human misery every single day by exploiting people who are seeking a better life saving them about our laws and feeling everything from sexual slavery for the smuggling of illicit goods this chain of human misery is no more evident than with the tragic death of seven year old Jacolin Kalmykian. Her death has deeply affected the border patrol agents involved in her case and the entire department. My heart goes out to her family and loved ones and our entire department mourns this tragedy, and then there was this often emotional exchange between Illinois democratic congressman Luis Gutierrez and the homeland secure. Secretary Kirsten Nielsen. But it is repugnant to me an astonishing to me that during Christmas. Call them the holiday seasons to be inclusive, but during Christmas because majority always wants to just call it Christmas during Christmas time in which we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. A Jesus Christ who has a plea or his life. With Mary and Joseph. Thank god. There wasn't a wall that stopped him from seeking refuge in Egypt. Thank god. That wall wasn't there. And thank God. There wasn't administration like this or he would have to have perished on the twenty eight and the day of innocence. When Herod ordered the murder of every child under two years of age. Maybe I haven't gone a lots of Bye-bye school. But I know that part thank God. Shame on everybody that separates children and allows them to stay at the other side of the border fearing death thing hunger free sickness shame on us for wearing our badge of Christianity during Christmas and allow the secretary to come here and lie. Thank you. Gentlemen, has expired secretary would we'd cared respond to any other than to say that calling me a liar fighting words, not a liar. We've never had a policy for family separation. I'm happy to walk the gentlemen, through it again policy of family separation with me that any family that I encountered in the interior. I would separate it would mean that any family that I found it eventually I would separate it would mean that every single family that I found illegally crossing. We would separate. We did. None of those what we did do is cold the laws that congress has passed and we prosecuted those who choose to come here illegally as far as not being compassionate. Let me just tell you what I have done. And of course, he can't be bothered to stay. So I'm happy to tell the rest of the committee. What we have done is. We have worked extensively with the northern triangle countries to find ways to help vulnerable populations as soon in their journey as possible. The current system puts them at the cans of those who prey on them and who abused them. So we've worked extensively to increase. Silence. Capacity to help them as soon as possible we've worked on child exploitation, including very unfortunate new crimes which are lied distance. Abused for somebody goes online at direction abuser. And how'd you use a child as they watch that is a crime that D H S investigates and prosecutes we have worked against traffickers. We have the first anti-smuggling anti-trafficking strategy, this January we do investigations, we help survivors. I take personal offense on behalf of the two hundred and forty thousand men and women of the department of homeland security. Thank you, sir. That was the department secretary testifying before the House Judiciary committee, by the way, the seven year old girl who died in Texas hospital. She died on December the eighth two days after being taken in by border patrol custody at a remote area along the New Mexico border. Her father claimed that they were denied the basics including water while in custody, the border patrol office
Ex-NFL player, friend of Trump Jr. found dead in apparent suicide
"Jason Hairston, a former NFL linebacker and members of the Trump administration committed suicide at forty seven years of age, that's awful. And it was days. The stories are pointing out it was just days after he came back from a hunting trip with Donald Trump junior. He played for the forty Niners. He played for the Denver Broncos. He founded a hunting apparel company called Q U. I k u I u. It's now a fifty million dollar company, and he became good friends with Trump junior. Donald Trump junior. And he got a position inside the federal government at the department of the interior served as liaison between the agencies had Ryan Zinke. And sportsman's groups so he committed suicide
"hairston" Discussed on The Nod
"The three day celebration culminated in a banquet more than five hundred black hair since dressed up in their Sunday best Foued into a massive ballroom old to their ancestry. This is Princess Hairston. Obviously, she's a part of the extended Hairston family. Actually, a friend of mine and introduced us to the story of Everley. Black Hairston aren't all related by blood, but Princess told us how these reunions bring them together in the spirit of their shared history. They said they would do it once a year and they were going to invite as many Hairston as they could, whether they were black white because ultimately they feel that it's part. It's just one family, black and white. It wasn't just Hairston who were considered a part of this family. It was hard to people like judge Peter who lived in the big. House opposite ever, lease family. He would go to these reunions. Now in black people have reunions were there to celebrate the fact that we're together. Slavery tore apart our families in a race star histories. So like coming together, it feels like a triumph, so I can't lie this crazy to me like, how could you sit in the same room, celebrating with the family that once owned your ancestors with is one pretty big reason. It's this thing that judge Peter did that a lot of the Harrisons were grateful for. Here's Henry. He wrote a book about the plantation and the first part of it was the his family history and a little bit of the history of the slaves. But much of the book was taken up with a list of all the slaves that his grandfather had owned, which judge Peter very laboriously compiled from twenty or twenty five different lists. These records date back to the eighteen hundreds using all this information. The judge built a giant index any not only identifies who they are and approximately what year they were born. He identified what fields they worked in in different times of their lives. Did they married that they have children. This is Diana Roman. She's a white descendant of the Harstad family. She's been helping digitize records. Just Peter compiled what judge Peter has done is mind blowing. He's he's had literally manually transcribed styles of people..
"hairston" Discussed on The Nod
"In the first half of the show, we introduce you to every Hairston a woman who fought to leave the plantation, where her ancestors have been enslaved. In part two, we look at how ever lease fight didn't end there how she found herself. Digging up a dark history that two families preferred to keep buried. See, you would think that there would be bad blood between the Hairston the Hartson's, but they had reunions together. They stayed in touch even Everley. Her family's been Christmases with them. Just Peter who ran the plantation when she was growing up every loved when he would drive her to school even ever. These parents were sharecroppers for the white Carson's wooden speak ill of them, but how could it have gotten this way and what would it take for it all to come undone. If you want to understand the messy, tangled history of the Harrison's in the Hartson's, there's this one story that's a good place to start. It's from the end of the civil war when the harshness were still some of the most prominent slave owners in the south, one of their biggest plantations was called Cooley me. And one of the slaves on Cooley me was named John goose be. He served judge. Peter's grandfather join. Goolsbee was a very important slave. Henry Wednesday historian wrote a book about the Hairston family. He was a valid and he was kind of the head FEC totem on the plantation before the war, the civil war. And he went off to the civil war as an aide to Peter Wilson Hartson. In April eighteen sixty five goolsbee was forced to make a choice. The union army was marching through the south rating and destroying plantations in their path. Cooley me was on horizon, preparing for their arrival. Goolsbee have been trusted with one Mary important task as a Yankee column was approaching Kula me. He loaded up all of the white family silver and hit it in a wagon and drove Norris to another one of their farms. You seriously can't underestimate how dangerous this is. This black man was alone in slave territory with a wagon full of things he'd new, the north wanted to steal, but he wrote on and when he got to the farm, he buried the silver in a vegetable garden after he had buried it, he was stopped on the way back by inky patrol who threatened him with death. If he didn't say we're his owners were. And if you happen to know the, where. Bouts of any silver according to a book that tells the story. The soldiers said that they heard a slave had buried major Harstad silver somewhere nearby, and they suspected it was goolsbee. They said they'd string 'em up by his thumbs till you told them where he had hit it. And if he didn't tell them where it was, they would string him up his neck until he couldn't. So goolsbee he lied. He said, I don't know anything. He told the soldiers that not only did he not know about the silver. He didn't even know major Harstad and persuaded them and then went on his way. There's this phrase blood is thicker than water. It's usually used as a shorthand for the idea that loyalty to family, your blood trumps everything, but there's another less common interpretation of the phrase. The full phrase. Some claim is the blood of the covenant is thicker than water of the womb, not family blood or genetics. The blood of a covenant bloodshed and battle in agreement made when you're fighting on the same side, that's what ties people together. Now, I don't feel like I can presume to know why John Gooby Baird that silver was at that he felt loyalty to the harpoons was he worried that the south would win and he'd be punished was he trying to protect his family? Their good, honestly, be a million explanations, but here's what we do know that act formed covenant that these families are bound together by common history and that the history is positive. Benevolent master loyal servant. Even after the war, John goolsbee children and grandchildren with stay on Cooley me working for the hearkens generations. Later, one of goals, Bs descendants will be born on the plantation, and she would be the one to finally break that covenant. Her name Everley Hairston. It was a late summer day in nineteen ninety six. The Hairston were flocking to North Carolina for the annual Hairston claim reunion..
"hairston" Discussed on Starting9
"We are here with jerry hairston junior very exciting obviously now that it is the first week of april means baseball's back and i was trying to figure out what the biggest story was to open the season so far i have to believe that it was shohei otani is home run on tuesday night so on sunday shohei ohtani gets his first big league win in his debut on the mound tuesday night he gets his first big league home run in his first bigleague bat are you buying otani as a legit to a player the big leagues i'm buying the calendar and the ability now whether you can sustain it throughout the course of this season five years ten years from now i think that's yet to be seen the talent is there you can see it especially on the mound he's got ace stuff goes ball around ninety five ninety seven miles an hour consistently and that sliders split when it's on looks very very nasty so what i saw him on the mound in oakland he definitely has a stuff now swinging the bat i think that that could be could be an issue because he's gonna be going back and forth from the mound being d h the league will start making judgments to him at the plate you know when when he's at the plate but the power is there and i saw what he did last night he took a slider that was half over tomlin and he he drove the ball out of the ballpark so without question the town is there the abilities there willy be able to make an adjustment at the plate win they'll.
"hairston" Discussed on Starting9
"Fan i like to the fucking surpassed the cubs nl record for most strikeouts through i five games i am not particularly concerned about this but i do think it's funny having a lot of friends in chicago the level of angst there is about this given that the cubs took until what like what was it like september twenty eighth to take over the central i wouldn't be particularly worried about this team but i know that strikeouts have been a problem in the past or a perceived problem so i'll be interested to see how that plays out finally and a west the anna west l west i would say going on the negative end of the spectrum the dodgers you know we also talk about this jerry hairston junior there are concerns legitimate concerns with kenley jansen not so much clayton kershaw we did talk about his his sort of homerun problem that he's had over the last couple of years jerry provide some insight on that i'm not worried about clinker shaw but with kenley jansen yeah i am worried i am worried about kenley jansen because it's not like he just lost a tick off his fastball it is noticeably a big dip for him he's not locating the way that he used to and and this is a guy that you could make the case would have been or or was the mvp for the dodgers last year could have been the fucking mvp the league he's the best closer in baseball and he was dominant for the dodgers last year he was a big reason for why.
"hairston" Discussed on The Nod
"And i didn't realize at that moment that there was some people who didn't like it in the weeks and months that followed everley started hearing from other hair students who felt like those two words had opened up an old wound that nobody wanted to talk about the people that i care about the boast will critical they criticise me princess hairston my friend who introduced me to everley has a theory about why nobody really talked about these things before it's about survival when the information is passed down from people who grew up in slavery to the next generation who is post civil war they only tell them the good things about what happened they never tell them the horrible things that happen well i don't want this next generation and now because i don't want them the ever get upset about it i don't want them to ever speak negatively to the white house tint than we lose something or you know we can't find house saying or are we can't find a job now war the whole town might come against us and so black people harbored a lot of pain the hair actually did get money from heart students scholarship money so maybe that's a part of the reason why people were upset with everley but i could see other reasons why people will be angry with her for digging is history back up the way i look at it the silence had gotten them to this point the idea of white descendants of slaveowners coming to the black family reunion it's post racial in it's exciting even i mentioned people felt like hey you know we got here we made it isn't the thing to do now to just move past at all but to ever everley moving past it wasn't enough they said that's the way it was then those it a times we lived in okay so what i don't make excuses.
"hairston" Discussed on The Nod
"And he said to me on your days off you'll be with me oh my gosh how mightily get out of this several years later she went completely blind so i went back to college free the fight all the way scores of hairston started coming together for family reunion end judge peter was there as far as any hairston was concerned the harsh to family had good to them and you could have heard a png until one day everley who never stopped fighting picked a new fight it was like lee she did but i had saying it oh from gimlett media this is the nine i'm eric innings alas we show we introduce you to every hairston a woman who fought to leave the plantation were ancestors had been enslaved today we look at how evelies fight didn't in bear as she found herself digging up a dark history to families prefer to keep buried see you would think that there would be bad blood between the hair stands in the har students but they had reunions together they stayed in touch even everley her family's main christmases with them just peter who ran the plantation when she was growing up every loved when he would drive her to school even ever lease parents who sharecroppers for the white hart stones wooden speak ill of them but how could have gotten this way and what would it take for it all to come undone if you want to understand the messy tangled history of the harrison's in the har students there's this one story that's a good place to start its from the end of the civil war when the har stands were still some of the most prominent slave owners in the south one of their biggest plantations was car coolly mean and one of the slaves on coolly me was named john gouves be he served judge peters grandfather john goals be was a very important slave henry wednesday gives a historian wrote a book about the harassed and family he was a valid and he was kind of the head fact owed him on the plantation before the war the civil war and he went off to the civil war as an aid to peter wilson harsh them.