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Looking back: Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool, 1995

ESPN FC

03:28 min | Last month

Looking back: Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool, 1995

"Fa cup like little bit sparkle so far. So we thought we'd take you back to one. Thousand nine hundred tottenham against liverpool anfield jurgen klinsmann score in the winter to see spurs book. A place in the semifinal yorgen and robbo back with me. What was striking when you take a look at the goal is the celebration in the complete ecstasy from those on the bench for the spurs fans in attendance. It kind of brings you back to more of a day where you feel the. Fa cup was was more. Relevant was a bit extreme. I think you know. Obviously if the fans in the stands it's a whole different game and all suffering covid at the moment but but I i mean the experience. I had In those years in in england definitely river meaningful in terms of the fa cup Is a religion fully english. People is is is so important. Sometimes i mean. At least a tottenham my days it was almost more important than championship and And then when it happens maybe by accident that you win you know a quarterfinal game at liverpool. And they haven't won for many years and enfield road then then things are going bit out of control but you can just. You can just see how much it means to you to the fans to your your teammates as well it was going to be when goals spurs and when you're looking back not only. It was a very special moment that you obviously won the game identity. But but i never will forget that at that situation at that moment was just the way. The liberal ville faints basically on so we went to our corner. A lot of tottenham fans were and we we think them and applauded them. And and i will never forget. I turned around and i thought okay. The rest of the stadium is probably gone by because out there for ten minutes or something but they weren't there at the stadium was still packed and then we turned around and walked towards locker room and the whole stadium stood up and gave us standing ovations to liverpool. Fans did that. And that's what kind of i never experienced anything like that before. My career never ever afterwards because It shows you the understanding of the english fans when an away team is that given day a little better and then comes away with a win and they they all know al performance and there was something very unique in my my time when you speak to anyone who's played of that generation genuinely they say it was on a par with championship. Is that fair. It was it was above the championship. I'll give an example. If we played mentioned united home at highbury in a league match. You'd get thirty. Five thousand in the faa get sixty thousand and My biggest memory is an biggest atmosphere. That i played in was an fa cup semifinal against mentioned united played at villa park there was sixty thousand there and when we arrived to the ground to hop us one went out onto the pitch. At two o'clock the ground was full. The atmosphere was unbelievable. It was it was. It was meant to be a tough game. Pitches weren't particularly good. It was played on a bumpy pitch but the atmosphere was incredible. It was it was really what everybody wanted to win. And we could. We get to the fun on fortunate. We lost the game two one but it was It was always sticks in my memory will be the atmosphere both hostile and in terms of the just the noise that came out the ground.

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What's Wrong With Arsenal?

ESPN FC

04:53 min | 9 months ago

What's Wrong With Arsenal?

"We start in the premier league when the government were trying to get things back to normal with regards to football winning, and they said it would lift the morale of the nation. Nation not if you're an arsenal fan, another defeat today heads a discussion Juliana wrong. Frank leboeuf and Stevie Nickel Stephen of that defeat against city. I thought Ryan Okay. You know it's a tough game since you're a good team. They're going to bounce back now against Brighton side. Who let's not forget haven't won a game this year yet. Go on to lose by two goals to one. What happened. What happened is what's been happening. Over the last. Three years. Maybe even longer you know, the The Times can do some good things I mean. pepys goal for example. Just a piece of individual brilliance, but unfortunately you only ever see it again and that kind of what asked Noah if he had to that another waffle defensive performance. I mean this team has nobody can even send danger the goal from the corners ridiculous to V one nobody nobody even notices to be one, and then, of course it's the second ball is well. It's the same old problems for us. No. Because it's the same team. It's the same players and until that changes you can expect NFL. Well the unexpected because we know what you're going to get from Oslo isn't changing. I didn't think it was going to change that much an game against Brighton and I don't see ginger much for the rest of the season of. The players they had outlet. Today should be good enough to Brighton. Yes, I think so I think. Did it well in a way that they I think doing eighty. The game and they are changes The across ball and and Ryan meets a made some good saves, but. I think we have to review the expectation that we have on the on the governor's. We keep the track on Moody Wear and not who they are, and and the club is not where it used to be, and those players were in on the field, and not the players that we used to see, and it's clear that A. Lack of consistency, there is a lack of performances defensively. It's quite a nightmare, and when you used to have fantastic players, international worldwide players at the the stadium and before Highbury, you want to see the same thing, but these are not the same players, and also is not the same the same team that he used to be and we. We saw that today where the can't keep a score. The of our time to school. Keep it and then at the end the surprise with with another another one two very good one, too, but like of. Mocking lack of course and tradition to even just drew a game against Brighton. That's welcoming, asked him apologists now to the shows Yuliana Ron Joel's. How'd you spend this? Like well like the boys of just said I think there's a there's a lack of efficiency in both books Tuesday's quite. Outstanding really when you think about the they they an I've been three ended up with the psycho. He teamed across bond in like two big chances, the first one brought by Deng and the second one stop by by Ryan and obviously has a big impact on the game. And then when you see the concede, because oftentimes right at the end is acceptable the where you can see the two goals, the first one on, said the second one by the end, which of course move really demi into one two, and and there's a lack of leadership again is quite. Quite important that team has been for years, but again you see these time, and you know what you even more when you can hear the players King, because you also game tonight like on Wednesday night and if you, if you don't put the fake nose up from the crowd, and she just listened to the players you can tell there's no. There's no leading that on the defensive said there's no one. Shall we taking one him who to mark where to go what to do, and nothing of the ship is a big problem as well. Isn't that something that? Could've addressed earliest TV is. Going right, this is what we're going to do for set pieces. This is your role. He's got to be at four in these sort of situation surely. Unfortunately down. You don't understand the mentality of your professional football. Just because you tell somebody with the and the situation doesn't mean the do when my most and that is. The first goal is a classic example because. Every single coach will will. Do set pc's against, and you will organize if they have to men. We will organize the one that will be to begin with. And then the second one will be told he has to go. So. Basically you rely on on players Dune as they're

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How to Reach Multiple Target Audiences

The Marie Forleo Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

How to Reach Multiple Target Audiences

"They're released sh and MOJO RIGHTS HIGHBURY FIRST OFF. Thanks for being such an amazing inspiration inspiration for sharing your rockstar. Know how the world you are. Welcome I look forward to your videos. Every week. I currently run a business called the mouse. Market uh-huh I sculpt Itty bitty realistic foods out of clay and I sell them as either dollhouse miniatures. Or I turn them into jewelry pieces whenever I'm creating something. The share with my audience dance from my monthly newsletter to daily tweet. I seemed to get caught in limbo because I can't figure out how to speak to both the customers who wearing funky jewelry and and customers who love decorating their dollhouse a super specific example. I want to offer free appear Freebie when people sign up for my newsletter but I can't think think of anything that would appeal equally to both groups. Is there smart. Way To target both sets of customers in marketing efforts without over generalizing my five message. Thank you so much so well let me tell you how it was going to go. which mouth market right here and right now girl up Mo we love Your Business? It's fun it's adorable and it's totally unique. But I went ahead and visited your website and I don't think your problem or your challenge is what you think it is. You got some other issues issues. That are easy to fix. While I'm going to give you a whole bunch of as to cues. You didn't even ask. Let's start with your first question about food. Jewelry customers versus dollhouse customers. We'd be odds here for a minute girl menu. People who want dollhouse food and people who want miniature food jewelry are not that different they like food and they like banks. Here's the question. Are you reaching all of those people because I took a look at your website and I saw some opportunities that you are messing. Do you have any idea how many people search for food jewelry I'll tell you. It's five thousand four hundred every single month breath how about miniature food. That's nine thousand. Nine hundred searches her month and then dollhouse miniatures. It's forty thousand. Five hundred searches searches per month. A lot of people decorate dollhouses. So by the way I use the Free Google Edward Keyword tool to find all these numbers and I highly highly suggest you use it to you can just go to Google and type in keyword tool and you'll find it so here's the deal Miss Mo- you are missing out on an incredibly active give niche market. Because you're using clever wording versus very basic simple language that people are already searching for dollhouse catering which you have on your site is super cute and clever but it sucks for your business because nobody searching for it. By contrast thirteen hundred. People are searching for dollhouse food every Vermont. So here's what you need to do. My friend simply write about and you simple terms like food jewellery miniature food and dollhouse food next up. Let's talk about out this whole. PDF idea for your business. You sell physical products right mile so think about it. Your customers probably don't want a pdf a PDF works. Great when you're or selling information or advice or how to's but for you you need to think about your customers and your business and what's going to work really great for you as an opt-in so for products based business you want something compelling like free shipping on your first order new subscribers only sign up for flash sales only available to subscribers. Here's a twenty dollar off instead coupon and the list goes on and on the point here is that your offer should be in line with what your customers most want. We also want to talk about the policeman of your often offer on your site. Currently it's buried all the way at the bottom which is not good when it comes to opt in offers they should always is be above the fold and what that means is that someone should never have to scroll down your website to find it. Important point here should always test different locations for your often offer to find out what converts best and I did a little snooping on your behalf and I found out that one of your colleagues is doing something really smart back. Here's a little screen. Shot of what. She's he's doing on

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"highbury" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on Caught Offside

"And it's going to be it's going to go back to being a battle between those two Gerry Francis isn't going to come back to Spurs and try and sign your Klinsmann to keep you out of relegation. Those days are gone. That's my over. That's my overarching point Spurs are now in in a place that they never were before under Paci TI, no, they're not. I don't see them going back to it. But I do see bumps in the road because of certain decisions that have been made. And yeah, that's it's it's it's Darby as well. And and your nearest and dearest are always those you measure yourself by. And that happened with Liverpool and Everton in the eighties where they were competing for championships and honesty, it's it's the same arsenal. Tottenham? Right. And look we talked on the last podcast when we were previewing this game. And we said, I think it was we said in the last twenty five years, but I think in total I think in the last twenty eight years Tottenham have won just once at arsenal at Highbury or the emerets. So like, if this is I know they draw bunch of those too. But like this isn't that rare of an. Occurrence where we need to have total freak out over the state of Spurs as club losing a game against a good arsenal. Team that doesn't mean that you know, Tottenham or not perfect. There's going to be a true fight for a top four place. And they're in that fight. And I think they're well equipped to go on and win it. It's going to it will be a fun battle to watch play out through the remainder of the season. I will say one thing I am Torrero signing has been unbelievable sixty torches completed forty three of us forty eight passes one possession back twelve times. Three shots on target on his first goal for the club is a pretty impressive Darby debut on that midfield. If I was criticized pot for wound thing the idea that at some point in a game, Eric all your slides into center into three men defense on that. You're you're two midfielders in front of a merger sensually socal Ericsson. You can't have that that was vast Wade's of green grass for arsenal to do. What? Arsenal can do and it was devastating and on the two goals as well to two crucial goals. Eric was at fault. He's got to close down dot torch have to pass the goalkeeper don't blame him for that. But he's got to go and be decisive close them down. I'm of that opinion. I mean standing deflect it stand to say which way it's going to go. When a when a ball gets the flows it down make like try and push it past you, do something even come out and fold them. And also the going to ground on the ball in for Tarare. You can't do that. You've got to track your runner in there. The there was also mistakes as well. And I think potch midfield wrong. They were overrun look arsenal were excellent. And I wanna credit Obama Yang to he you know, he does have moments. Sometimes we say, oh, he's got a score there. But you know, he finds he finds goals and his finished on his second goal was brilliant. You know him and lock is that I said well a couple of months ago that I love playing together and that I think that boards. South out certainly in the second half. You know, they can do it we've gotten so used to these single, you know, these loan attacking strikers up front, but I think arsenal comply with those two off of one another and I did want to say this because we do point out moments of bad fan behavior. And I don't wanna come off as biased when it's my own club doing it. Okay. But awful awful awful by whoever it was taught him supporter that through a banana peel on to the field while Obama Yang celebrating in front of them. Disgusting. Saw numerous arrests were made good afterwards..

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"highbury" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And it's going to be it's going to go back to being a battle between those two Gerry Francis isn't going to come back to Spurs and try and sign your Klinsmann to keep you out a relegation. Those days are gone. That's my over. That's my overarching point Spurs are now in in a place that they never were before under Paci TI, no, they're not. I don't see them going back to it. But I do see bumps in the road because of certain decisions that have been made. And yeah, that's it's it's it's Darby as well. And and your nearest and dearest are always those you measure yourself by. And that happened with Liverpool and Everton in the eighties where they were competing for championships and honesty, it's it's the same arsenal. Tottenham? Right. And look we talked on the last podcast when we were previewing this game. And we said, I think it was we said in the last twenty five years, but I think in total I think in the last twenty eight years Tottenham have won just once at arsenal at Highbury or the emerets. So like, if this is I know they draw bunch of those too. But like this isn't that? Rare of an occurrence where we need to have total freak out over the state of Spurs as club losing a game against a good arsenal. Team that doesn't mean that you know, Tottenham or not perfect. There's going to be a true fight for a top four place. And they're in that fight. And I think they're well equipped to go on and win it you. It's going to it will be a fun battle to watch play out through the remainder of the season. I will say one thing I am Torrero has a signing has been on believable sixty torches completed forty three of his forty eight passes one possession back twelve times. Three shots on target on his first goal for the club is a pretty impressive Darby debut on that midfield. If I was criticized pot for wound thing the idea that at some point in a game, Eric all your slides into center into three men defense on that. You're you're two midfielders in front of a merger sensually socal and Ericsson. You can't have that that was vast Wade's of green grass for arsenal to. Do what arsenal can do? And it was devastating and on the two goals as well to two crucial goals. Eric was at fault. He's got to close down dot torch have to pass the goalkeeper don't blame him for that. But he's got to go and be decisive close them down. I'm of that opinion. I mean standing deflect it staying to say which way it's going to go. When a when a ball gets the flows it down make like try and push it past you, do something even come out and fold them. And also the going to ground on the ball in for Tarare. You can't do that. You've got to track your runner in there. The were there was also mistakes as well. And I think potch the midfield wrong. They were overrun. But look arsenal were excellent. And I wanna credit Obama Yang to he you know, he does have moments. Sometimes we say, oh, he's got a score there. But you know, he finds he finds goals and his finished on his second goal was brilliant. You know him and lock that. I said a couple of months ago that I love playing together. And that I. I think that board south out certainly in the second half, you know, they can do it we've gotten so used to these single, you know, these loan attacking strikers up front, but I think arsenal comply with those two off of one another and I did want to say this because we do point out moments of bad fan behavior. And I don't wanna come off as biased when it's my own club doing okay, but awful awful awful by whoever it was taught him supporter that through a banana peel on to the field while a bomb Yang celebrating in front of them. Disgusting. Saw numerous arrests were made good afterwards..

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"highbury" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2

LA Talk Radio Channel 2

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2

"Discover that did you just all of a sudden have a flashback we've heard of so many people who like they'll be bathing their child and all of a sudden they remember you know being fondled by somebody wrongly etc how did that happen for you if you don't mind sharing yeah i didn't quite memory actually went to la and got a hook by amanda unconditional conditional love to give street hug she hugged me in her her highbury heart some must have done something and my daughter turning three and just seeing her that just started i started feeling really restless and feeling like something happened all of a sudden everybody around me was going through discovering that they had had sexual trauma you know so you know how it looks when you're strenuous focus on something else and everybody and it's kind of like in your face that was totally in my face and the feeling grew stronger and stronger than i walked with somebody help me recover the memories wow gift you're able to us you know turn that outward and help other people and recognize you know what worked for you can help for others yeah so tell us about the book and you know how it's organized and what your intention is and you know who what kinds of audiences are going to benefit from it yeah so my intention with the book was really for it to be a self containing tool that either groups of women could work together if you're by yourself you can work together and really actually create lasting change in your life with you guys before that i had several books in my life that had done that for me a model those books because in in my life i had huge changes just from working through book and so what i've learned about healing and trauma healing is that it is much more a an energetic and a process around healing the nervous system then really a mental a mental health affect logical problem and so therefore the journey is really one from getting out of your head and into your body and learning how to use your body an instrument for integration and so my book is structured in a way where you basically started learning these tools so that then you.

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"highbury" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"By land and the discovery we made was if we used a different dose of hyperbaric oxygen lower pressure lower oxygen we can treat these guys and women months two years afterward and there was some very unbelievable cases that changed my life people in the midst of committing homicides or attempted people jailed with fake psychiatric conditions turned out it was brain decompression sickness and i saw this therapy and what i was doing with completely turn their lives around and that's what got me started that's that's pretty powerful so you came across in just dove in one of the litter right heiberg guy i i did there wasn't a so i had another guest on the show talking about traumatic brain injury hugh had a real similar story you know he he came back from a brain injury as a veteran and just cut himself at a restaurant you know beating the crap out of a punk kid who frankly probably deserved it just was like wait like this this isn't me what's going on here and if it was from a brain engine and went around how do i fix that i'm very interested in highbury because my dad been having blood flow issues in his brain and i actually gave him my hyperbaric chamber and he's like i haven't felt this good in years like this is this is amazing and my wife recently hit her head and got a mild concussion so she's been doing hyperbaric on a regular basis and i've had a chamber for few years and people listening to didn't michael jackson sleep in a hyperbaric chamber but when people have a brain injury or they have a lifelike you know michael jackson where you travel all the time and you know who knows what all you put in your hair that's we'll talk since but it's probably not good.

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"highbury" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Right on the wide make for its esa he's not retired his his highbury moon hibernating to better your but were to vote through the perfect word hibernating is exactly right the cartbomb snow under contract will uh january one and then i have a little time to kinda weighed on things so yes hibernating would be a very good work and just seeing what what's available and what i might might not do so yes uh just kinda laying low in seeing what's going on how you doing retired makes it seem like you're to florida to go watch sake red sox games in winter haven or something not happen ah yonhap and and i i still want to create content so i will do that where and went off the weight people as a right now i promised i would do the clicks on a and uh i couldn't of click the betterplaced through with them then uh you're looking forward to it so we definitely do in we're doing the picks this week and then i'm happy to do them every week for the rest of the season but that adds although m i commit the one with you the rest of the season absolutely money with the league quite how you know there's a changing of the guard you know no seattle probably on the way out the rams on the way in minnesota raw in green bay on the way out so you got you know and i got what i call the march sort of wooden a quarterback's this year you know you got you guys uh case kingdom you got fold she's got bored old she got got got all these new quarterbacks you know so you got a lot of new faces a you know in the end a if you got going in and then and uh and your guy radi who got seven between them but in the nfc you've got a bunch you guys andrew breeze is what you're going to have the best guy who priests in the playoffs those companies.

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"highbury" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Right on the wide make for its esa he's not retired his his highbury moon hibernating to better your but were to vote through the perfect word hibernating is exactly right the cartbomb snow under contract will uh january one and then i have a little time to kinda weighed on things so yes hibernating would be a very good work and just seeing what what's available and what i might might not do so yes uh just kinda laying low in seeing what's going on how you doing retired makes it seem like you're to florida to go watch sake red sox games in winter haven or something not happen ah yonhap and and i i still want to create content so i will do that where and went off the weight people as a right now i promised i would do the clicks on a and uh i couldn't of click the betterplaced through with them then uh you're looking forward to it so we definitely do in we're doing the picks this week and then i'm happy to do them every week for the rest of the season but that adds although m i commit the one with you the rest of the season absolutely money with the league quite how you know there's a changing of the guard you know no seattle probably on the way out the rams on the way in minnesota raw in green bay on the way out so you got you know and i got what i call the march sort of wooden a quarterback's this year you know you got you guys uh case kingdom you got fold she's got bored old she got got got all these new quarterbacks you know so you got a lot of new faces a you know in the end a if you got going in and then and uh and your guy radi who got seven between them but in the nfc you've got a bunch you guys andrew breeze is what you're going to have the best guy who priests in the playoffs those companies.

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"highbury" Discussed on FanBros

FanBros

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on FanBros

"But i don't recognize a point where that's established as a capability not have been as now governors lovers the had his inaugural if he have and had the author luke she was in the skywalker lineage of worst flows in our and they showed that she was you know would touch before shia this is never teams in the force and being able to write force pleasure styles out of death not just out of verse you're basically dead up a in real life if you get on on spatial blow up okay you exploding combust ourselves he wouldn't make it and that's why i said what happens when you get down into space and star wars you freeze in it and it's the pretty way of death you supposed to be dead at that point there's no way right right not not everyone can argue went on hunger the ideas he's a jet she's a journalist he's a deadline of this abalysts in some booker whatever is just it was just weird it just did not look good it looks like a bad cg i've batman excuse me superman flying back to earth from grid on like i just didn't understand how that happened morrogh is in latterly highbury applauded murders ruins of every applauded and yet artist my audience with dead fine because we were confused as hell i and i'm gonna say i'm gonna say could i'm speaking on behalf of people who can't be for themselves i know the people at least directly adjacent to me were confused com are what is would bring a lot of things in this movie had been shown rim relation to the force that have emerged from before like we never give you saw beams i would move does the a move via he larry raissi did at a physical astro projection of himself.

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"highbury" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Those worth have some study but it has been part of the fits agenda the highbury on victoria guido with politico i just wanted to ask you quickly on the regulatory side in your testimony to congress recently you spoke positively about the senate bank regulatory reform bill and i was wondering if there are beyond that bill if there are tweaks to doddfrank that you think might still be beneficial and then somewhat related governor powell recently said that there are currently no us banks that are too big to fail and i was wondering um do you agree with that assessment who'll i mean you know i think i'm not familiar with every detail of the bill but i think the fills does address a wide range of issues that you know we're feilai did in the past is being one square perhaps additional flexibility to tailor our supervisory requirements with the worthwhile so i don't have it digital things on the congressional on the list in what the others fail to fail all right now too we continue to work seriously on resolution the end the resolution plans the living wills and the structure of systemic firms to ensure it would be possible to resolve for firm onto the bankruptcy code would be the top choice methods were alternatively under the orderly liquidation authority and i think it's fair to say that over time we have learned more are sills sin more clearly detailed our expectations for the firms that file living wills and the.

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"highbury" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"And you needed crete at sustainability of for your business so that that's awesome obsolete did you know what you wanted to do right from the very start uh when i was younger very young i wanted to write mystery books i wanted to be the ceo of ibm and i wanted to be a physicist oh at fifthminute and then sort of round high school at highbury my wanted to be game show host because i love the belong show a cia barras was my childhood idol so i i'll ask this the range of things of wanted to be over the years i can picture i could peachy in the may migraine now hit each get on we need have that kind of funny talk i where he would talk again jockeyed yeah oh my gosh that's funny uh some of our listeners will be like who you're talking about so all business leaders narrow that you have to start somewhere and again we could have spreadsheets of failures well what cl your knu honestly say and truly say helps you find your success i guess it depends on how you define failure but i know one onestorey for me which is sort of a powerful story was earlier on in my career one is that accenture i was one of the leaders of our reengineering practice which was all about helping companies optimize so we helped companies become more efficient in the end result was deep losing their job and i did this for a number of years i travel the world i and as a result i'm sure hundreds of thousands of people lost their job and i now getting into all the details woke up one morning realized i can't do that anymore i can't be responsible for one lost job because i saw the impact on certain people's lives yes and i basically decided to dedicate the last part of my life to helping companies grow and create jobs in my rule of thumb is i will work on a project where the result is you've won lost job i love that ad i love that ad girl scouts i was a project manager for relay met huckle figure and i worked myself out of a job you.

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"highbury" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Bring a cheap labor to go wages and hope problems becomes what brought you are super who go quickly kill wake him no we what moping really bothers him if he was a hope right now on the highbury poll sixty ordinary or he would rhode island uh you know he was a little quick deported orders munasinghe news on eighty he would hold company spooky was lock mark and you know about will do you would be or if you didn't meet uh well dole with me good comparable quite race wouldn't hopefulness who corker so over who would makombe cam aims only i don't know core media when clear corker loons or quickly republican organism known in tatters i mean for brooklyn could ever happen protrero because for more than likely going to put in a conservative senator litter more tune to the trump agenda affordable and exterior now the analysis vdh it's like it's like it's like november never happened it's it's either it's like they're still in in two thousand and form owed it it it's like none of the intervening years happen trump didn't get elected pennsylvania didn't go for trump wisconsin ohio and go for trump tpp is still around it's moment it's amazing it is amazing in a row when your way competent need him with cuba it will kill when we get stronger but point you look at all the people who quite quite swooping whether it's the nfl or whether it's corker or whether it's flake or whether it's making code for what it what we in just acquired or not or complicity they don't own book will worker will be all george bush he he great mousetrap rollers widen these people go out employed ago go against him when they think quit because he can be on offer some armed with this method come on or we issues messages fifty two fifty three percent whether it's on immigration whether it's cold weather hello energy expansion whether it's deregulation and yet we go out grimly get me be quite whether taking me you know tearing down gallon statue and then they wonder why what's hormone the country annexed hurtling in the country when.

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"highbury" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"The first time double death is immediate he gets to put it back if it is not something to his liking unless it has doubled and that is correct that that the repair bring a glove in fora highbury's keller area suddenly he began the room for the rieper predict that at a very effort is more in it than the phoenix on management and it's unbelievable the reapers competent everything else the reproductive around here the rieper is not competent at this your blocking the camera i gotta enter blocking the camera ring burn go talk to us dreaver saying character so go and select from the bucket of death here roblo era earlier federalism big favorites here the sweep of utah purple helmet vikings are in london against cleveland brown hulu klang behind this nine and a half abola yes eur nine hanneke veteran i'm gonna keep that yet her that's relic young russians rock singer executive should be 30second long unbelievable the report i don't understand how the reports on planet this and we're turning into a situation where feels like we're bullying the repair and that's not okay but you're right like the reper moral okay because the repairs gender lihir was leaper microscopic a person on his show involved with the competent that's what i said i'm not confident highway we tackled out godly route death cannot the repair deaf can really good ahr mmm and steve moore movie a death become sir no word on a wait a minute what are you doing dutta comes or was vets a fine that's meryl streep isn't it mia meryl streep goldie hawn bruce willis nice little dark web tumbler i really should have been internal monologue hold on what not only shouldn't have been internal mom i want again to i wanna point out the pablo thoughts on death the comsur he thought that the name of the movie was death goes hr that's a thing that just happened now starring seed martin um when you put it like that it sounds like was terrible sequence of events that goes to hr what do you do uh the first question are highly questionable today is did the dodgers choke.

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"highbury" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Dot com now back to highbury allowing carry wreckage and larry mon knbr sixty hillary and i were lavigne's them some fun with our football fixed in their body this shot her the whole the whole week in terms of my god did you see what they did it would fail what on washington state and there was so much talk will the game be played because of the the poor uh you know the uh the breathing index than all that business and they went ahead and played in man did kale up off the deck oh is awesome 900 of justin wilcox man i mean seriously i mean this for cows their first win in fourteen years against a team in the top ten they had 5 picks luke faulk they had 7 turnovers they had 9 sachs i mean it's amazing if your cows record was against the top ten since 1978 coming in they were one fifty two and one well i and cal didn't cow had minus fourteen rushing yards at halftime and still thirty seven two three over oiseaux and wool or mike slick ended up mike lee each had just the epic cuts in the post game just ashley torching his his team ages rip tummy basically called them a bunch of front runners and it was it was also i love michael each but and i love loot falk but five picks and one of them was a little a little shovel pass to a d linemen he had one bounce off another guy so it was a crazy week for college football syracuse beat clemson on friday night by of by a field goal a issue issue upsets youtube over the weekend thirteen seven then boise state lead san diego state rocky long's team went down thirty one fourteen west virginia knocked off texas tech memphis knocked off navy there were some there are some upsets as enough study how i got stuck on that you're probably coming back from stanford but i got zealous ubp khan's auburn yeah yeah if agar's and they were getting ruled out and they came back in there may be saved their coaches that's what they're the they were joking about it they got rid of less mild this guy's going to go to the way they were they.

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"highbury" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"That that's breaks can record i mean it's been since we drop the booth theato fee drops some bombs like seventy years ago at this point to an some two seventy eight seventy at this oh no two bombs i'm just saying to a drives some people yeah yeah but like there's only towns are seriously for a little will i will come get drew i think i'm going to say i worry about the way we use a nonproliferation as an excuse to go to war i mean it's a big part of growing dr the iraq war people genuinely believed that they had nuclear weapons and that that prospect with so frightening that will have to go to war sure that was the motivation regardless of what everyone else in the world might thank yeah it was aimed at highbury right now with the iran deal and is currently are very similar up young there on and there's been a lot of talk of including them on a lot of fun never trumper as i call them now the the the unfit offers row republicans a lot of those people were singing bomb bom bom bom iran not too long ago to and it's always in the name of preventing sort of nuclear proliferation by very some of those people are saying that because of the person in the white house that we should keep the iran deal particularly maxi max boot you know not somebody who is a fan of your until road something in defence of iran deal and foreign policy i think last week or two weeks ago saying like you know this is this is.

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"highbury" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Question or comment or a story and he malawians listening late now anybody who's even had any contact with these laker refugee camp there or anyone else to one to four three three wnyc four three three nine six nine two and larry and oceanside you're on wnyc with matt cats i larry highbury good morning everyone i was wondering if we could not put it past our team president and his famous public quit prager robert opera quakeaffected madonna with regard to the back and forth of what they've gone through over the pair mark who year ebit apply commit ghana building of a coup emomali her adoption i'm allowing children hyundai believe they will say we are cbs sunday morning profile madonna and malawi and showing all that she was doing so we're we put it past route pick my answer a fear thank you very much i i don't think the this is any aimed at all from the white house at malawi malawian in fact relatively speaking has a small number of refugees this camp has thirty three thousand people which in the scheme of things compared to other camps around the world is is somewhat small so i don't think this has to do with a with a few necessarily with madonna who's actually doing some amazing work in in malawi helping helping children there i should also add that we're going to be going more deeply into this story i'm going to do a multi part series later this fall about andrei in was at and looking at the communities in our area that have accepted congolese refugee sort of quietly in anonymously through the last several years and we are also in the process trying to collect stories about people's journeys to america and we wanna know how our listeners families came to america whether it was on the you know us ships two hundred years ago or after the holocaust or just a few years ago from from latin america we are curious about all different kinds of coming to america stories and you can go to wnyc dot org and fill out of form and let us know your story if you're interested also worth noting at the policy level is that the trump administration recently rejected a study conducted by the office of health and.

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"highbury" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Cards on amazon by everything on amazon all right so now the pumpkin spice many apparently gone to extreme levels this is something i've never tasted that what is this stuff what's what are wide of you'll get so excited about this because pumpkin spice is delicious are you kidding actually a walking round cringe hunched in this weekend we went to the downtown area did little walking yeah adam it's that there was a sign it says he who controls the pumpkin spice controls the world's women are dying their hair pumpkin spice mallory ally will that's just flat out of luck there are people that take things to the extreme otken spice cosmetic products pumpkin spice candles pumpkin spice lotion can't i you all yeah make sense i didn't realize oreos other where i want to get on the of the fire at hit cats oh yes plays yes i've never had before that i imagine it just kind of senate many hereby add pumpkin pie whatever i'll take it i'll try it i don't believe in it on have actual pumpkin pie in actual pumpkin spice product drops milk the terrible it actually they orient staff eating yeah i pumpkin spice latte ate ice cream ice cream and he's very have at highbury guys i've heard that halo top has pumpkin spice that's really at i haven't right at that yes i think they have it so you'll have to go try that is that the one made with coconut milk now it's the way if if you haven't had halo top mojo finality haven't high end doug actually this would be a really good swat for you to insure looking day get rid of dairy in sugar at all this hilo top and i'm not getting paid from them but i shed isn't high protein ice cream it he i think you told me about it is delicious you know as we were old and then tried it last night we tried it it's as new us it's a coconut ice cream that our coconut milk yeah that's good and we had is a new thing that whole foods has called blueberry soup which is distant blueberries in of the weird and so on the ice wasn't bad boy and more sugar on top of sugar well this is something.

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"highbury" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Talking about the just released uh 2018 ram limited angst in addition it's interesting mrs tungsten i believe ford uses platinum for their top of the uh ferrari i is tungsten answer than platinum highbury an idaho stood no it's not a titanium would be fancier than platinum well cruise control fan of course this wrost rust and cardboard yeah s we've talked a lot on cruise control about luxurious pickup trucks right remember the blackwood choi us now and there were all all of you know they're just they're they're so many but once were testing her you know they're not bashful all the price no well this one is supposed to be the most luxurious ram ever uh and is top of the class it has alter a premium now chirrup plus frost in indigo you'd leather seats a swayed headliner oh my gosh wins the last time you saw that in a pickup truck genuine would trim it is based on a 1500 a ram 1500 uh including sport hood a body color components limited at tungsten trim uh they're going to a basically go aggressively after their luxury trim a truck market and of course it features all the good he's like an eight point four inch radio display with apple carplay android autos siriusxm all that and more.

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"highbury" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

03:07 min | 4 years ago

"highbury" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

"Highbury then brought him back to fill street juno nil nil next time tim flowers was brilliant occasion and then matinee will change change goalkeeper about four minutes left brown peggy ethics the ethics said affect said yeah thank you peggy friends school keep it right brought him on inspired so i was against david seaman goal say i was i think it was third not war from the outwear line full house yet high pounded and i just thought i knew exactly what was going to put it so walk up you can hear the funds boone the less defense cheered i was bouncing the ball put the ball down how reysen an i knew exactly what was going to put up even if he went that way i was going that way i made me mind and look if you put it in the button cohen this semester this smashed it in done the same in the qualifying look i think it was mike taylor under sir bye miss wolf a blackbird against same place he went in the right way save there but i knew my own head i did not wrong because i knew if i go that way and he goes that way so could save and it was a good save so i knew i didn't change a mess so i could live with myself consciously to finish it off you hear sports psychologists and top athletes talking about how before they go out to play the gun to acquire it room and they'll do imagery or they'll have certain things they say to themselves so they have particular routines in order to get into the zone robbie did you what was your route what was your prematch routine so i would have a fry up early in the morning freia home get stay at home game for this is a fry up in the morning then i used to drive to the game family wouldn't speak in the car wouldn't speak it's all get to the game charles before i've hawk bathroom boylan halt bath i've a massage slowly yeah boy it'd like soil and beland proper ought to get your muscles warm then then a why to sat in the bath you get your word you know no no no no and then do the warm up and then no speaks ready i was captain as well i was in my own zone thing didn't let the musical gesture but people on i didn't listen to it didn't know what was going on you know and then just focused nervous by my used to pound before a game ohio and readiness for that that you you have just turn up but you're saying that when you would bat that you go out the same way every time and put your helmet on his that wasn't really superstition that was is habit idea and also david lloyd bumble was my coach when i was a kid and then he said when you walk out so bah everyone see you don't i'd be on you know what come in the i welcome around him i did that but i didn't know i didn't have any rituals that didn't watch i get changed and then when i walk out and do something switch on there was no real put mckay per pat on different are probably put me on this where every time i nostri petitions because it's easiest where do you listening to bbc five live podcast pain ganga.

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