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Entrepreneur Success Be Undaunted Kara Goldin - Know When to Move On
"I'm going to move ahead though here too on chapter five Which is entitled. Know when to move on and i want to give you a quote from page thirty three. You said money is never been a big motivator for me and still isn't what's the point of making money doing something you don't love. I stuck with it. But i knew i was not going to stay at cnn for long. I think this is. This is another one of those little -portant subtle things that gold and says that i think is really really important for people to wrap their minds around help them understand this that little nugget of goodness. Yeah well. I think that the most important thing is you. Go out and try things right and i was. I mean. it's interesting to think that at the time. Cnn was what would be termed today. A late stage starter. right ted. Turner was still running around the offices. I mean it was. It was just crazy. It was not you know the size that it was today and he was splitting his time between atlanta new york city. But what i realized was that i was i was coming in there. Initially because i thought the ted was this god-like figure and that it was an interesting brand and it was really really exciting. But i understood it pretty quickly that it was not what i wanted to do. I didn't wanna do the type of sales and business development that i was ending up working on and but that didn't mean while i was there that i wasn't going to do a great job and i think that that's something that i you know really really when eventually a when you look back on things and you connect the dots. I think that putting all that you've got into an organization and knowing that you have got a time line versus actually burning out on the job right and knowing that that's something that is That really you can take with you at all times that you knew it wasn't going to be the place. I not only learned a lot about sales and some of the other things that i was taught there but i also learned about culture. The culture at time for example was very. You know blood an ivy league versus what i was seeing from ted turner who you know very much the the organization was you know very much to him and which i think is so typical inside of companies to where you know his swearing his his suit and his cowboy boots. I had even growing up in arizona. Had never seen such thing. But things. But i think that it's just it really speaks to no experience along. The way is a waste of time right. That's another thing that i say to people. Sometimes people would say to me always should never have stayed at that job for so long instead of actually thinking about what you've done wrong figure out what the lessons you learned from matt and also understand. Maybe what you'll take with you. I mean we ended up doing a super bowl ad few years ago. That was super last minute. And i think that a lot of the things that i learned from being at cnn helped me to negotiate that deal. Right i didn't know it when i was sitting there that we would have. I would eventually be running a company and doing a super bowl ad. But i knew enough about trafficking and add through and waiting until the last minute and people thinking you know that it's going to be one price but it will discount really fast the closer and closer you get to the super bowl so all of these tactics team was saying. How do you know this stuff. I mean and i said you know. It's all part of my journey somewhere along the way so there's lots of lessons in that chapter as well. you know. this is this just in because this isn't in the book but you just triggered a thought in in me that you just said you know i think so often you know when we're on our journeys we don't we don't think about that where we're at is going to contribute to something in our future and the truth of the matter is if we could if we could appreciate where we are at even if you're not real happy with where you're at that you could see it as being something that is going to contribute to something even greater. Yeah right i mean it could make the it could make it. I mean because that's what you that's what you just did absolutely jobs always said. It's like the dots eventually connect right right but when you're in and you go through challenging time you don't y- i'll give you another example. That's not in the book when the pandemic hit the us which you know. I about as last march and It was you know it was a really challenging time. You were an essential product so
Jimmy Boeheim Transferring to Join Dad, Brother at Syracuse for Final Season
"Jimmy, behind son of Jim Boeheim and brother of Buddy Boeheim will be joining his dad and brother and Syracuse Orange next season. After not playing this past season at Cornell, due to the Ivy League, not having a season, he thought it was time to return to what he called home. Here is his brother on how it came about. Once you started, the season came and their season was canceled and just based off this season and performance he had last year averaging close to 17 a game. 67 rebounds really improved and This summer. I just realized that you got a lot better and he could. He could help us. I thought even this year, but he was ready to the point of this level. And me and my dad kind of talked about here and they're just saying what he could do for us, and I think middle of this year he kind of had his mind up that he was going to come here and it was just Excitement, and I think he just can't wait to get here and get playing. But when people talked, you know about you around your dad's program. No one said like he was the coach's kid. Everyone said you were just another guy and that you're coaching your dad made you work like everyone else. How do you think that helped you develop under him? And how do you think that's gonna help your brother? I think it helped a lot right from the start. I told him this streaming like everyone else. I'd yell at me when I make a mistake, And obviously he's often coach so I know he's going to do just that. I don't have to tell him anything, and he knows what more Evades me how to motivate me, and he knows I'm gonna work as hard as I can. No matter what. So Jimmy's the same way he works just as hard. He's got that great mindset. He's tough, and he's gonna be ready to work from
Finding Your Compliment
"It's interesting beyond for four years right because you hear all these great ideas from people is that if they're execute upon change the world a very serious way. I always use the example of spacex rate. How many people before you on. Musk thought of reusable spaceship. Probably a lot. But how many actually get out there and execute upon it and build thing not that many and so you know patricia club. It's really a mindset shift. Right rather than sitting around and pontificating about ideas we really focus on. How do you put those ideas into action. You know even if it's something as small as bringing your product or your service to the farmers market and just selling it to people getting it in people's hands that's what we want to encourage this club so it part of getting started From our commerce conversation earlier. Excuse me you told me that Baylor entrepreneurship club engages in things like different focus groups that are skill specific. Is that right correct. Yes so what does that look like. Yeah what it really looks like. His peer to peer mentor ship. Where you have people building interpersonal relationships with others who have complementary skill sets to them. You one thing. I really believe in as being a specialist. Not a generalist You know it's been my experience that if you're a generalist you're not that competitive right and so as a special shoe is for people who Compliment your abilities and skills. That's what our mentor. Ship program is really about so it. It's more While it is developing different skills it's also networking opportunity correct absolutely. Yeah and i think that's important too because nicot said you're a specialist. I mean you are the the the leader of what you do. So i always think about mario and luigi do you remember. Playing mario mario was always good at a lot of different things but luigi was able to jump the highest. I often went with luigi for some tasks. Because i needed to jump higher than mario is able to know. And i mean it's it's purely fact like i love luigi because of that because he was able to differentiate himself and set himself apart. But if you can't jump that high that's no problem right around your self with people who can And i think they would entrepreneurship club. And wouldn't nick is doing is creating a great networking opportunity for students. Who may be good at one thing to find others who compliment them so for example In a previous episode. Talk with or talked with doria and i am a awful content creator. My social media is the worst But i would love to have somebody like doria on my team and we do. Have somebody like dairy honor team. Gray smith who is a killer content creator and so that's what nick's talking about and that's why it's important to have these types of clubs because he can find people who compliment yourself and It really helps take your business near venture the next
Interview With Cinneah of Flynanced
"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. Hi everyone this is. I am from baltimore. Maryland but spent the last seven years living in new york city. I am currently into mexico. And i am the owner of finance. Llc so talk to us about all the things so you are twenty six. Now you have another birthday coming up this summer but you have just been like tearing through the world literally and figuratively so. You had a goal of traveling twenty five countries by the time. You're twenty five and also you started this brand financed where you wanted to share about all the good stuff that you're learning as you're traveling and then also like from your formal education so just tell us about where you came from like what. Your background is pleased. Yes so finance. Like you said is truly a labor of love that was birthed out of really my own challenges with personal finance and and how travel was at one point in my life actually causing me to take on financial debt that i didn't need so i'm from baltimore like i said so. I grew up understanding. What it what it means to struggle right. I i know what it's like to Really never feel like you have enough money to do the things that you wanna do But at the same time. I had a very cherished childhood. I am forever grateful for my family for doing what they needed doing. What they had to do to provide me with a safe cherish shot hood and honestly it's through my family that i even developed this. Like wonder less but right. They took on vacations. They encouraged me to apply for youth programs. Right so really. My love for travel and adventure was birthed in in my parents. Home when i got to college and attending a predominantly white institution and ivy league institution. I quickly saw that. Even though i had had one reality growing up in baltimore i was quickly reminded that i was not in the haves pot. Pot right You know being in college and being surrounded by folks who literally had so much wealth fat their families names were on the buildings that we were having classes in right and an understanding what it meant to have legacy and just understanding the ways that some of my peers were just able to effortlessly league guide through
Alex Lieberman and Austin Rief Discuss the Origins of Their Company Morning Brew
"Year was quite easy me. Because i didn't have to re- recruit for any jobs. I only take two classes and two other than playing a lot of fi fi. nhl and other video games. I was like. I need to do something to pass the time and keep myself sharp for my job. All right so started helping other students prepare for job interviews and i would always start my mock interviews by asking the question. How do you keep up with the business world and the answer to that question was typically something along the lines of the wall street journal or cnbc etc. And i would dig a little bit deeper. I say why. Do you read these things and the students would say something along the lines of you know. I read it because that's what my parents told me to do. Because it's a prerequisite saying while reading business but it's dense and dry and i don't have enough time in my day to read the journal cover to cover and so at some point i was like this is crazy. These kids are working their asses off to have careers in business yet. They don't have content. That story tells the business world in a fun. And engaging way right and so i started writing a daily newsletter at the time was called market corner. It was a pdf that i'd put together using microsoft word and then exported into a pdf. The logo was bearable in a bullfighting literally. Took it off google. It had the watermark going across and send it out to a serve every day over email. One of the early readers. Was this guy named austin reef and austin revealed me and was like. Hey i have some ideas for how we can make market corner better. Can we chat wow. We met up for a conversation and quickly. I didn't think to myself. Wow this is my co-founder because it wasn't even a business. It was lobby. Yeah i thought to myself is. Everyone is really good at telling me. I'm doing a great job with this thing. Edit is wildly unhelpful. To actually make it better. Austin was the only person that i had spoken to who actually gave constructive feedback on. How market corner could get better. Yeah that's when i knew. It was a complementary brain to mind somebody who thought linearly objectively and so. I brought him on his. Let's call it like a partner at the time and one thing led to another and we ended up launching morning brew together in march of twenty fifteen. I think austin. You're also a student right at of michigan. Both you guys were there right. Yeah so most people initially reading this right university of michigan and you were just alex. You're just writing short newsletter linking bigger articles about the specific topic basically. Yeah it was. It was basically like fifty one hundred fifty word blurbs with link out to the full story and then kind of this other brain food related to business right like investor of the day stock pitch of the day. That's what it wasn't the beginning. And austin you come aboard near like hey you can really do this a lot better. And here's how so. When did you decide. Like how did you get to the point where the two were like. You know what forget about our jobs. Let's jump into this newsletter thing. It wasn't an easy decision. So alex had the job lined up at morgan stanley. I was interning at molson and company. Which is a investment bank in new york city and very quickly. I realized that that wasn't the path for me. And so we wanted to be entrepreneurs we had an idea and so we thought why not give it a chance and we saw growth. We saw this grow from michigan to other big ten schools to ivy league schools to i think the big inflection point is when we soul older people reading. We thought there's something for college students when we realized this could actually be read by anyone. That was a big moment for us when we thought wow. This has potential to be read by tens of thousands but a
Ivy League allows senior athletes to play as grad students
"Presidents will allow current seniors Participate in athletics is full time grad students next year in a break, of course with league policies. That change is a result, of course of covert 19, which has canceled a full year of sports in the Ivy League. So that
Polyglot Conjugates Verbs for Hundreds of Clients
"When abe rosenthal is graduated from columbia university in two thousand nine. She entered the job market during a recession completing program in an ivy league. School was a big accomplishment for eva. Who originally from peru and says she wanted to make her dad proud while she was trying to pinpoint her next step. Abe and two friends took a road trip to napa california while on a trip. Eva expressed her frustration and disappointment on her career uncertainty. To one of the friends. Jim gen able to write down three things. She was passionate about on a napkin. Eva wrote traveling children and languages at the time she already lived in eight countries spread across four continents and spoke five languages. Got her thinking maybe she could start a business with these skills somehow after getting home from the trip eva created a google. Talk and brainstorm services. She could offer then researched how to fine tune them for example. She learned that it's extremely beneficial to get credited in order to be an interpreter in medicine. It's not enough to speak the language. Well the certification. At least in this case matters after figuring out what certification she needed avis set up a linked in premium account so that her profile would have more visibility and of course she needed a name on the same napkins us to write down favorite topics. Eva had also jotted down words. That described her hyper polyglot. Nomad poly-lingual influence to name a few looking back at that napkin. Two words stood out hyper and flint. Ab decided to combine the two to create hyper fluent. So after she narrow down the services she would offer including personalized one on one language courses cooking sessions in different languages translating and interpreting and more while she was getting hyper fluent services. Squared away able was offered a fellowship by the ministry of education of indonesia to study bahasa indonesia for a year even in her new role thousands of miles in twelve time zones away. Eva continued to focus on setting up a side business. She made business cards and bought a new camera to take professional photos on location while in indonesia. She made her first website. Which at the time was more of a block pricing structure dependent on what the service was and for how long a person needed it free tutoring. The price was fixed but if someone needed a series of manuals translated the price dependent on the number of words the target language the timeframe and sector. It's likewise for interpretation. The price dependent on the sector the distance to travel for the assignment and the duration. She also decided to price services differently in different countries in reflection of market realities. The first clients for hyper fluent came after she plays her profile in different teaching platforms such as university tutor dot com but like so many. New businesses are most successful marketing. Technique has been word of mouth. One of asia's prince spoke about hyper flew to an acquaintance. Who happened to be the personal assistant for an nba player. That basketball star became a client was also through connections that she landed her most significant gigs with the bank. Bloomberg and for some of the wealthiest families in new york city. She's also active on instagram her favorite online platform about that website. It's no longer just to block. A couple years ago she upgraded one with all the features she wanted. And it's now much more personalized scents. Beginning hyper fluent in two thousand. Eleven avis had about six hundred and fifty clients. She currently prophets around fifty thousand dollars a year from macedo also and yes. This is still aside us oil. Her full job is project manager. The international centers for precision oncology. Even with the busy job she plans to keep offering language services after the pandemic subsides. Yes i can't wait either. It's going to happen. She'll also began offering a one to two week. Immersion program in italy called mummy. And i go to sicily. This program will aim to teach italian two moms and their or daughters through immersing themselves in country says that some of our favorite memories have been through her business since she's learned four more languages worked and cooked with refugees in berlin and visited more than sixty five countries. All right i have a suggestion. Here is in a similar place. That able was a few years ago. If you happen to speak four or five languages only four or five right my justice. Don't try to do everything at once. Don't try to offer translation and interpretation and tutoring and cooking classes. It's great that it's been able to work for abe. And obviously she's been doing this a number of years now and she's found the perfect rhythm between her day job on her side hustle. But i think for a lot of people. You're actually going to be more successful in this field. If you're just doing one of those things maybe even for a specific target market like for example One of asia's client bases is wealthy families in new york city. You could say okay. I'm gonna do language tutoring for kids from well off families in this particular area where it could be something totally different but just picking something. I think is going to help a lot. So you're not just overwhelmed and trying to do it all also. I really loved the google doc method. You know when he got back from her california road trip. She made a google doc and brainstorm services she could operate using her language skills and from there she made various observations. Like oh i should get a certification to be medical interpreter and probably some other observations as well so just kind of scratching things out and making notes of your skills and what services. Those talents might lend themselves to can be very helpful.
Ted Cruz under fire for saying Biden prioritizing 'citizens of Paris' by rejoining climate deal
"President joe biden. It's weird to say it after four years of president. Donald trump but president joe biden will be rejoining the non-binding paris climate accord something that donald trump of course pulled the united states. Out of back in two thousand seventeen. Now before i get into the details of how ted cruz is whining and crying about it. Let me just warn you guys and remind you in case you might have forgotten that it is a non binding international agreement with more than two hundred different countries Signing onto it agreeing that they are gonna try hard to lure carbon emissions in order to Help at least mitigate the impact of climate change now. Ted cruz doesn't like this and is either pretending to be stupid or is incredibly stupid by saying by rejoining the paris climate agreement president biden indicates. He's more interested in the views of the citizens of paris. That in the jobs of citizens of pittsburg this agreement will do little to affect the climate and will harm the livelihoods of americans. So i'm gonna let you take it away for minute was because i'm curious what you think about this argument by senator cruz. I mean he's stupid but the only thing interesting about how stupid it is because it's coming from ted cruz. The guy before. He decided he wanted to be. President of this country was considered to be the sort of intellectual arm of the republican party. Right like you supposed to be part of that like You know ivy league sort of in dub out q. You in a debate. Ted cruz was always the guy that certain types of conservatives would be like. Oh they don't want to get in the ring with ted cruz. He'll eat him alive because of his alleged alleged superior intellect and ever since he decided to run for president he's thrown all of that out the window and decided to eat the monkey brains man like this guy has completely lost his mind right publicly. Anyway in his shamelessness and willingness to do or say anything that he thinks will curry favour amongst republican base. So it's like you just can't take anything he says seriously anymore. And it's a shame because this is one of the one hundred guys. We have in the united states senate. It's it's sad. It's incredibly sad absolutely and so obviously the paris. Climate accord isn't about france. It isn't about paris. It's about climate change and it involves an international negotiation that took place in paris. Which is why. It's called the paris climate accord. This is something that representative alexandria ocasio. Cortez pointed out in response to ted cruz. Insanely stupid tweet. She writes nice. Tweet senator cruz. Quick question do you also believe the geneva convention was about the views of the citizens of geneva asking for everyone who believes us. Senator should be competent and not undermine our elections to incite insurrection against the united states. So what she's implying. That last part is that ted cruz had absolutely no problem. Disenfranchising voters from places around the country including pittsburgh So in addition to voting against the certification of pennsylvania's account. He also tried to get the supreme court to toss out the state's vote. It's also worth mentioning by the way that hits bergh Credibly supportive of the paris. Climate
CIA's new recruitment website aims to diversify spy agency
"And walks of life. The new recruitment pushes in Effort to diversify its ranks, and it launched the search for new talent on a new website. The days of all American spies being white male graduates from Ivy League schools are long gone. The CIA director is a woman women had all five of the agency's branches. Despite that the CIA still lags behind the federal workforce in minority representation. Still ahead tonight. Here on
CIA's new recruitment website aims to diversify spy agency
"For spies from all backgrounds and walks of life. The new recruitment pushes an effort to diversify its ranks, and it launched the search for new talent on a website. The days of all American spies being white male graduates from Ivy League schools are long gone. The CIA director is a woman and women head all five of the agency's branches. Despite that the CIA still lags behind the federal workforce and minority representation for 22 here
Sarah Alcorn on her podcast "Ivy League Murders"
"Of cambridge. And it's a super liberal bastion and growing up. I think part of part of what motivated us to do this. We really grew up in with harvard in our backyard. You know harvard square was our hangout places teens and so but i think for a lot of people the ivy league. Is you know as exotic as a place like hawaii. So that's part of the reason why we put this together was to to our whole premises. Basically got somebody really intellectually intelligent but emotionally not so much and so we see that time and time again and not everybody went to i. D league at some of the victims are actually from the ivy league is also. We're really trying to explore crimes. Crimes academia crimes of crimes. We always think of privilege is being this bubble where things like that can't happen. So that's what we're looking into and we're trying to just take true crime to next level and put a little bit philosophy or history or literature in there too because it is ib leak. And that's our niche actually with the ivy league murders. Hey it's the same kind of mystique as white people so fascinated with celebrities. They wanna know what happens when they're not in front of the camera. We all these scandals people are drawn to it in with an ivy league schools at. You might see these captains of industry or tech giants or whatever. They may turn out to be. You know what's what's going on. When they're out of the hollow they're not immune from human frailties which are know mental illness and drugs and alcohol an obsession and love and sax and money and greed. And all those all the things that motivate people to to make the ultimately bad decision of murdering somebody else. Did you think that some of the people who have that kind of education just will say the killer obviously that they thought that there was some sort of an entitlement. We find that quite a lot. In in fact some of the subjects that we look at a for example thinking of dr grindr which is one of our episodes absolutely brilliant doctor and he perpetrated a ridiculous crime sloppiest crime in you know so it does go into my theory that some people could be. They can be very intelligent in certain categories and then just suck Committing crimes. Do think. There's a lot of like entitlement or hubris or whatever you wanna call it where they think like. I'm so much smarter than everybody in these blue collar. Cops will never be a the solve this crime and it's like dude. You know the you did a terrible job on the crime. Sorry you know varied sloppy. That's one thing. We like to look at There is there's a famous writer. Dominic dunn really was fascinated with crime in privilege and is a great quote. and i'm paraphrasing. Can't remember the exact quote but that people are more interested in seeing kings fall than peasants. Basically in that the kind of you know serfs or whatever the phrase is that he says. I just think it applies to this as well because i think the presumption is when you go to an ivy league. Everything's perfect after that right. You make six figures year. Everything's taking care of van.
Trump will share presidential intelligence briefing with Biden
"Elect Joe Biden getting down to work by naming Cabinet members and laying out his agenda. Today he will receive his first presidential daily intelligence briefing, giving him vital access to the government's response to the Corona virus pandemic. In the meantime, Biden's Cabinet nominees are already facing criticism. Just hours after they were announced Senator Marco Rubio suggesting he'll vote against their confirmations. Tweeting the group went to Ivy League schools have strong resumes, attend all the right Conferences, and we'll be polite in orderly caretakers of America's decline.
Former Harvard Fencing Coach Peter Brand Accused of Taking Bribes
"Former Ivy League coaches caught up in another admission scandal of former fencing coach at Harvard and the wealthy Maryland father were arrested Monday and charged with conspiracy to commit federal programs. Bribery. 67 year old Peter Brandt, who was fired by Harvard last year, is accused of taking $1.5 million in bribes from 61 year old Gee, Jax Owl of Potomac, Maryland. In exchange brand, allegedly helped Chow's two sons get into Harvard as recruited fencers. Attorneys for each man deny the actors. Stations. The case is separate from the recent college admission scandal that involved in admissions consultant getting kids into top universities with rigged to test scores or fake athletic
Former Harvard Fencing Coach Peter Brand Accused of Taking Bribes
"Tonight in the college admissions scandal. Former fencing coach at Harvard, was arrested today accused of taking bribes to get a businessman's two sons into that Ivy League school. Peter Brand allegedly took $1.5 million in bribes from Maryland Telecommunications executive G. Zhao to get his two sons in the Harvard Court Records said Jiao began making payments in 2014, eventually paying for brands car college tuition for brand son
NCAA plans to move entire 68-team basketball tournament to one city in 2021; discussing with Indianapolis
"Basketball. We're joined right now by a college basketball insider for CBS Sports host of the college Hoops today, podcast. Also in front of program. He is John Rothstein, Man. John, What's going on? How are you? Never better. Only great to be with you. Good to have you, John. Great to have you here. All right, so a lot going on the blade. John announced this morning that the tournament and CW tournament will be held in one location and that they are in talks with the city of Indianapolis. The host the entire 68 team event there. First of all, what is your initial reaction to that news? Proactive planning is always better than reactive planning. Jim and you have to sit your captain Dan Gavin, and everybody's the NC. Double A for this. We know that we're in uncharted territory. We know that we're in a once in a century type global pandemic. Now we're in a situation where we have a plan and after they're just hanging up On a call with then gather it. He made it very, very clear. And once the team heads to that area, where the NC double a permanent hold and the NC double agent endeavoring to lock up, according to get it, the city of Indianapolis as that host city by January, 1st. Once a team travels to that city, it will not be permitted to leave. Until that team is eliminated from the empty double a tournament. John Rothstein is joining US John the tournament has been scheduled to start in Dayton on March 16th and 17th. Do you still expected to start at that time? Or could you see it moving back at some point? You know, one of the things that's interesting. Jamie's Dan Gavitt said that you know, because of the different protocols that have to be in place in order to successfully pull off a tournament in a short period of time. The calendar may not be the same for March. Madness as it normally is. It's an in perfect year. It's an imperfect season. But the bottom line is this Jim at the end of the day, and I know I might be the perennial optimist. We see so many people so coming to the negativity that goes on in our world today because of obviously everything that is going on in our world today, But it is time like this. You have to look at the positive or their programs shut down in college basketball. Did a covert 19. Absolutely. Did the Ivy League cancel one of sport's last week to the cove in 19? Absolutely, but the facts of the fact. Over 90% of the Vision. One programs as of today are up and running, and the facts of the fact. There's going to be set back. There's going to be cancelation. But we're having a college basketball season and we're having an NC double A Parliament. If that doesn't get you excited seven days a week and twice on Sunday, I don't know what does
Kim Ng's journey to Miami Marlins GM serves as inspiration
"And It's will gonna become be like throwing the darts. major's highest You gotta be aggressive. ranking You woman gotta make in baseball a bunch of operations birdies all the time hired we finish. The more by you think the nine Miami under Marlins would still be believed. as their general manager. I think She's that the first it's going to get female two double figures GM tackle Woods in at the four four Major under among 48 North American professional to have sports to finish leagues. that It's time second for straight round talk brought today, to you by so he was straight at even talk par Wireless and through the resume 10 halls is extensive when play was halted Is she won for him. three World Michael Series Collins, rings though, while spending which 21 in Angola years in junior front offices concerned with Chicago White Sox, About Tiger's the New York back. Yankees and The one thing Los I will Angeles say about Tiger Dodgers Woods. Michelle I Steel am very on nervous the significance about tomorrow. of this higher I know is it for in the bar and always five shots back, and I know he looks pretty comfortable out there. Tomorrow makes me very scared because of the amount of holes he has to play. And because of the break that's gonna happen between the finish around two and the beginning around three. The temperature's supposed to be a little cooler tomorrow. So as that temperature is cooler, the longer the break is between when he finishes and starts again, the more likely his back is to go. You know what? I don't think we're gonna do this. I don't think we're gonna do this and like that really makes me nervous. As far as Tiger Woods goes because we know his history with his back again. Cons concerned. About if Tiger will hold up. wise second round play resumes today. 7 30 Eastern, You could see it on ESPN. You're listening to SportsCenter all night on ESPN Radio and the ESPN app I'm Jim basketball. This weekend's cause football schedule dented by covert 19, but there are a host of intriguing games today. Her street reached Davis on SportsCenter on the match up to look out for you know, we always kid about these weeks when it looks like, Oh, it's you know, status quo. Everybody wins and moves on. These are the weeks where a lot of times the favorite show up, and they just kind of go through the motions and somebody ends up getting upset. Don't be shocked to see two or three upsets. I think a team that needs to be careful is Florida. The Gators are coming off an emotional win. Florida is thinking about, you know. Hey, we're gonna be in the mix here. We're trying to get to Atlanta. Be careful against Arkansas. You have fully paid Frank's coming back. I know Sam Pittman. Has covert as the head coach. He will not be coaching Berry. Autumn takes over, but our console manages the team that's believing and dangerous and Florida's going to need to forget about that Great win against George and get ready to play physical team against Arkansas Berry. Autumn, has a win as a head coach in the swamp when he was the head coach at Missouri Love to pull that upset again. All right. Let's bring in Heather Dennis to expand that college football conversation. And Heather. It's not the elephant in the room. Rather, the herd of elephants we know about the non bubble leagues like Major League baseball that finishing the NFL is powering through because Barbossa different dynamic regarding the covert impact. Six ranked teams postponed or canceled, including top ranked Alabama against L S U the Ivy League pulled the plug on winter sports Covitz numbers. Jumping across the country. Perhaps it's continuing to alter the schedule. Perhaps some schools are leagues just can't finish. But what sense do you have of how the coronavirus ultimately impacts this sport regarding getting the season finished? A champion crowned, I think as he seeks Missioner Gregg. Thank you summed it up the best this week when he said that he was shaken, not deterred, and that phrase has been repeated. Throughout this week, because I think it exemplifies the general feeling throughout the sports decision makers honestly from coast to coast, and while there has been some talk and acknowledgement This week that the conference commissioners are at least discussing the potential of pushing the college football playoff back if they need to. The general consensus is that everyone wants to reschedule these games. Play them and stick with the timeline and crowned champion on January 11th in Miami Gardens, Florida as plants. Yeah, that's that's according to actions that seems to be the sense you get. How about Whether we focus on a trio of ABC games today, we'll start with the prime time kickoff number. 13, Wisconsin at Michigan. That's a 7 30 Eastern kick off. The Badgers haven't played three weeks. The covert 19 outbreak there, including the quarterback and coach. Health wise. Where are the Badgers? Well, that's a great question. I don't know that they even know the answer to that. I mean, when you have players who cannot return any sooner than 21 days because of this return to play progression. That's the question. How do they look? What do they look like? I mean, for over a week, they were talking about just how they were meeting
Virus Surges to Record 159K Cases in a Day
"United states said another grim record for coronavirus infections. One hundred fifty nine thousand in a single day. That's the ninth day in a row. With at least one hundred thousand cases one in every three hundred and sixty americans tested positive for cove it in the last week alone. According to data from the covid tracking project a couple of other pandemic headlines california became the second state to top a million cova cases a week after texas hit that milestone and kentucky supreme court has upheld. the governor's statewide mask mandate and capacity limits on restaurants The republican state attorney general had accused the democratic governor of exceeding his authority and the ivy league is called off winter sports for the year including basketball and hockey. We've got a lot of problems in the world but you gotta feel for the athletes that you spent so much time trying to hone their skills and it's just tough very very tough becky about the olympics about the olympians around the world that are hoping that their games. You've gone to school and high school that that you know. Look forward to that. You know after school every day while there isn't a lot of no school anyway so
Ivy League cancels winter sports for 2020-21
"R sports The Ivy League announced it will cancel the 2020 2021 winter sports season mid, an alarming rise in new covert 19 cases nationwide. Appearing on SportsCenter, ESPN is Jeff Borzello spoke with the Ivy League president Robin Harris and says the future of spring sports is currently in limbo. Decided they couldn't start it in just march and say, Hey, we're gonna have a conference tournament just so we can get to the end state tournament. She thought that the president's thought that that would have given out false hope. She said that the trends are not going well. Right now they're hoping Start spring sports in early March, but she couldn't make that
"ivy league" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"These big companies have this like Ivy League pedigree that is or the dropouts one of the other, You know, I'm like a public school kids, So I think that's You don't have to be. You know this ideally guide on this tour or gal to start a company you can have gone to. You know, your state school. I'm just really excited about this really excited, all technology and you want to start something cool. What did you do, Because I know we talked about it a little bit. But I want to go a little deeper into it in regards to yourself Education because you like me didn't really enjoy formal education in school, And we would spend a lot of time computers laughing about this digit class and me Personally, I was self educating. I would ditch class to go and study on the beach and an environment that I really liked. The classroom is an environment where I don't feel like the teachers were very well educated to teach. On the things that I wanted to achieve in life after school and the class rooms with a bunch of kids that generally enjoy it. So for me I would ditch in. I'll go in self educate myself her and because of myself education That's why I'm successful. So what did you do to stuff? Educate yourself? Yeah. I mean, I think it's all I mean, life is all about curiosity, right? Think that success is based in your ability to just be curious about like how there's something worker. Why do something worker Why was something successful? And then apply it to the future. So for me, it was just I was constantly intrigued by what made other founders successful. What made the company successful? Right? It's the reading things like good too great, and they're like really being interested in what makes companies great or reading Dylan's biography and understand what makes him tick. And for me that that was the key was just getting super deep there and then I've always worked on a ton of side projects. So when I was working for other cos I was always trying things out trying to start businesses, right? I'm teaching myself how to program doing whatever I could to become, like really good at a lot of different things. I think that something important right there to point out is I've noticed a lot of entrepreneurs Test Test Test Test test test That doesn't mean that you don't necessarily find your strength and go deep with it and double down, But they're testing different areas of their strengths, attempting to testing different products, marketing strategies, partners networking events, Whatever it may be. There's so many different things that you contest And I love that You brought that up because testing is something that I feel like not only is important in marketing or when you're going to create a product. But testing as an entrepreneur in general is really good test little challenges and different things like that in your company. I love that simple advice Grant you having the show. But thanks so much appreciate a marked lack on business rock stars connecting a community of entrepreneurs on Facebook, Twitter and online business rock stars dot com. Covad 19 pandemic continues to weigh on us while we all feel helpless..
"ivy league" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Is the Ivy League announcing that they will have no sports competing in the fall semester, and what that means as it pertains to the sport of college basketball is that no ivy league programs? Not Harvard not pin not Yale not any of them that play college basketball game before January and the Ivy League has added. There is no guarantee they'll compete at all so norlander. Here's the question. Is this just going to be an Ivy League thing, or is this a sign of what's to come for college athletics? Part of me thinks it's the sign for more of what's to come to college athletics GP. I hope that I'm wrong on this front I did speak with Multiple Ivy. League sources on Wednesday one of them, being head coach in the Ivy League for men's basketball program and There's actually. I spoke with with multiple coaches assistance head coaches. They're still. Like weird room for interpretation at this point on the basketball side, the football side is what it is the football. I think gains more headlines because where we are on the calendar. But as it was explained to me by multiple people, you know football loses more money. It is a bigger net loss for the IVY. League than any other sport, which obviously makes sense when you consider everything that has to go into holding a football game having a football program and all that stuff. But people are waiting to see okay. Football hasn't been canceled yet. Would it be put on the spring? I was told. That's highly unlikely. In all of these things are interconnected that the Ivy League level because Ivy League Athletic Department institutions with their sports programs It's basically it's. It's always been an interesting dichotomy. GP. It's a mom and pop operation largely you have these ivy. League institutions eight of them and those eight. Figure into you know. The top fifteen richest endowments among all American universities, but from athletic standpoint it's always been viewed for the most part as another piece of your college experience, but not the primary piece, and not something that the Ivy League ever sought to profit off of the entire history of Ivy. League sports is totally fascinating because the Ivy League was like the first football power going back more than one hundred twenty years, and then as college sports. Evolved and progressed the Ivy League slowly, but surely fell back fell back fell back. In football and men's basketball, we've seen searches as of late. What basketball coaches have described to me is we haven't heard for sure that we can't in theory play a non conference game three days shy of Christmas, as a hypothetical, because it's all-sports can't be played. For the entire fall semester, that's not necessarily until January, but I had another coach say we're not playing. January I've been told that we're not having any non conference games. It's just a matter of a formality at this point, and that's significant in terms of scheduling. Or maybe it's just a big nothing because as you said GP. Is this a bad harbinger for what's to come specifically with men's basketball, and are we kicking? The can down the road that we'll discover five weeks seven weeks. This is going to be the case across the sport. I worry that's the case you've already had. Rick Pitino tweet and this was. GP I think this is about two weeks since he said he said. Let's just push everything to January only have US play conference games and go from there. I do think that's a possibility. We wait and see on what can happen across the country parish. Texas there was a report a superintendent. Down in Texas says he doesn't think there's. GonNa be a high school football season in Texas in Texas that that is arguably as impactful as anything that the Ivy Leagues could do even as it relates to college athletics at whole on the whole GP so. I still hold out some hope that they're going to be able. Have Men's Division One college basketball in some forms in November and December, but make no mistake about it. Combined with this news from the Ivy League and conversations that have been had at the. Power Conference level with those commissioners, they are beginning the early stages of having contingency plans because it could wind up being an inevitability because our country can't get its act together and we are seeing. Daily records of positive cases, and until we can get that under control on the whole across the United States. It's obviously bad news for sports particularly college sports when you consider everything that has to go into. The the reason. The Leagues Announcement is getting as much attention as it's getting. It's not because people are gonNA miss. Ivy, League! Football like I. don't even know of Ivy League students are GonNa. Miss Ivy League football. It just doesn't really register the reason it's getting a lot of attention is because if you go back to March specifically on March tenth, it was the Ivy League. That was the First Division One conference that canceled its conference tournament, right? That happened again on the morning of March tenth that was a Tuesday morning. And when that announcement came down, it was ridiculed, it was mocked. I even got text messages from Ivy League coaches who were frustrated because they didn't understand why they couldn't just play the tournament without fans, which at the time is something that other conferences were considering? And I. Just remember telling at least one Ivy League. Coach I. Understand your frustration and I know your players probably devastated because suddenly this opportunity to play in the NCAA tournament for many of them the first time, and perhaps the last time. Has Been ripped away abruptly so I. Hear You, but I'm just GONNA assume that the university presidents wouldn't make a decision like this unless they felt like they had no choice. I'm just GONNA. Assume the people who run Ivy League institutions. Know what they're talking about. Maybe just maybe there are a little smarter than the rest of us and I tweeted something along those lines on Tuesday afternoon. I talked about it on radio after that and obviously twenty four hours later on that Wednesday night is when Rudy, Gobert tested positive, NBA suspended season fast four to the Thursday, March Twelfth, and every conference tournament was cancelled, and then the NCAA tournament was cancelled in other words the Ivy League was the first. Division One conference to see what was and act definitively. It's so now here..
"ivy league" Discussed on First Take
"The. Domino's continue to fall out of the college. Football Season Ivy. League announcing yesterday. They are canceling all fall sports because of the coronavirus pandemic, leaving us all to wonder. Will there even be a college football season this fall? Hello, everybody! Welcome in into I take on this Thursday. I'm Charlie Arnold joining me Stephen a Smith Max Keller and also college football analyst Paul Finebaum is in the House so gentlemen. Let's get started and get into the nitty gritty of this Ivy League news well, it was just announced yesterday. No sports will be played in the Ivy League until at least. Least January, although no decision has been made yet about winter spring sports. The conference made the decision to cancel fall sports because of the COPEN. One thousand nine protocols that have already been put into place such as travel restrictions, restrictions, social distancing requirements, also visitor restrictions essentially making fall competition impractical. Now it is worth noting here that affected student athletes will still retain their eligibility, but I want to ask you and Max I will start with you with the Ivy League already going ahead and canceling. What's your confidence level that there will be a college football season this year. Zero percent chance they finished the college football season have been telling people for months. I think it's a very very good probability that by November. There won't be anyone in any class anywhere. You know it'll all be online at by the way at the latest. November, it seems to me based on everything I know. This whole rush to reopen. We were late to close and we're early to open it. People like well. We can't social distance forever. We had less disciplined than any other major country in the world. That's why our corona virus problem is so much greater here than anywhere else right if you look at most of Europe they are a couple of hundred nukes, tens of thousands of new cases constantly and. Sean doolittle closer for the national said. Look Sports is sort of you can think of it as a reward for a functioning society thought he put it well. The fact that people were talking about Candy Play College. Football I have kids in classes, right? Right. We're in the middle of a second wave, and still Florida's governor is is following the lead of of of even less responsible people than him talking about they're going to reopen. Schools and educators are going to how how are we supposed to do this? and. That's one of the epicenters right now over the spread of the virus. If you don't have kids in school which I find like really difficult to pull off for example in New York City. Mike is in school all in. Junior high school and elementary school grade school, and they're talking about in their schools private schools New York. Maybe they can have kindergarteners comeback if they if they alternate days. They don't know about grades after that. Because after all, how do you do online stuff with kindergartners kind of needed physical space right? So this is what we're dealing with people. Then there's going to be third wave coincides with flu season with no vaccination, and we're not only going to have school, but play college football and they've had no serious plan. That I've heard to actually pull this off. Even if they start the season, which would be a feat I don't see how they finish it. Max I don't disagree with you on this particular case be, but only because we're talking about college football, and we recognize that the student body plays such a pivotal role in supporting college programs outside of the big five and stuff like we got those television contracts, or what have you the fact that a matter is when you talk about you know more a conventional programs, and what have you? The bottom line is is that if the student body isn't there to support you? It's going to be very very difficult for. For, you to generate some revenue, so I certainly agree with you there. This was professional for like I said we were talking about professional football I would absolutely tell you. My confidence is extreme that they not only start a season, but they will finish it because again you create a bubble kind of that Misfield, obviously without fans in attendance. Pull that off college. It's far more difficult, and let's give the Ivy League schools a bit of a of credit here. They were the first to make moves months ago when. When, they canceled events, and then a couple of days later you know the whole sports world shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic, so we understand it. They've been ahead of the curve to some degree, and they deserve credit for that, but I certainly can't disagree with you with everything that you're saying Max. Considering how just just just how dire the circumstances appear to be at this particular moment time we've heard no plan from collegiate sports. Obviously, all things are not created equal because the SEC is different than various other. Other programs throughout the nation and everybody unless you just. GonNa play conference football and go from it. Go that route. I don't see how they can pull it off at this particular moment in time as well. If this were professional football, however I would emphatically disagree with you because we're talking about collegiate sports, and all things are not created equal, and everybody can't be the SEC or the PAC twelve, the big ten because of that I would say to you that you're probably right about this right at this particular moment. Stephen, A. Max, the Challenge College football has right now in addition to fighting the viruses that nobody's in charge I. Don't think this is the first time we've mentioned this, but it's really the problem in every other sport that has been mentioned. There's a commissioner. There are people that understand the nuances in college football. We have five commissioners of the power five leagues who are trying to figure it out? Put the NC. Double A. does not necessarily have a vote here. They had they can offer some guidance. And, they really have offered very much at that, so it is a mess I mean what happened yesterday? with the Ivy League on top of Stanford, announcing cutting eleven sports on top of Ohio State. In North Carolina announcing that temporarily shutting down practice numbers have gone up was like a tsunami across the country and a lot of the college football. People are saying well. You know who cares what the Ivy League says well, it seems to care because the eight presidents of the Ivy League are among the most influential academicians in this country, so if you're the president. At the nowhere tech you're, you're paying attention. Because those are jobs, you would eventually like to have so it is a massa. It's a problem you both are correct. There isn't a plan. There's a little bit of time left. No decision has to be made yet, but but the pressure is building on the season going down the drain. Look. You're right now. The numbers and go ahead go amax. The number of new cases in Europe where there was also a pandemic right is down to a few thousand a day in all of Europe which is comparable. Get roughly to the United States where we have what fifty nine thousand new cases daily. Right. That's the latest so when people say well. They're reopening in Europe. Yes, because they handled it correctly, they closed early. They had patients. They suppressed the curve. They flattened it and kind of crushed, and now they can responsibly gradually reopen. We closed late. The president was saying I was just going to magically go away. Don't wear a mask large swath of. Of this country arguing they shouldn't wear masks, and now people are impatient. We need to open already. We haven't put in the work to reopen. And so and things like sports are not a hate to say they feel essential to the three of us and too many people watching, but they're not actually essential, so so they are diversion sports as diversionary so. The idea that. We talk about pro football. We have and we will in a different segment, but that the idea that that you're going to play college sports and actually finished the season. College sports were.
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"ivy league" Discussed on Get Up!
"I. Feel wonder on the hurry up. We've been talking quarterbacks. This morning me your breakout fantasy qb this year. Well, it's sort of a cop out here green because he's never actually played before in the NFL Jonesboro, the Cincinnati bengals number one overall pick coming off of an incredible season last year, and just look at the weapons right now in Cincinnati. You gotTA. Love the idea if he is still Aaron I know he has his franchise tag applied to Jay Green Tyler. Boyd Auden Tate t Higgins Joe Mixon out of the Backfield, and the bengals are going to be bad on defense. You gotta think there's a chance that all of a sudden. Sudden Joe Burrows played for behind a ton next year with the bengals moving forward Daniel Jones of the new. York giants, a guy who last year in the second half of last season was already a top six quarterback in terms of fantasy points per game, the second most passing touchdowns in rookie in a rookie season ever trailing only Baker Mayfield the year before and again the weapons zero snap play. Last year was Mark Evan Ingram Sterling, shepherd and also Golden Tate Darius late on the field, you gotta figure this team again is. Is very good on offense, and then finally. Kyla, Murray player. We've already been talking about in a major major way, and I just think you look back at what he did last season, not just the NFL offensive rookie of the year, but also a guy who immediately brought legitimacy to the cardinals, he at ten games with at least fifteen fantasy points. Last year he came out with absolute hair on fire for the first six games, and he only rushed the ball ninety three times last season as a rookie. I think there's A. A chance that if you turn that into one hundred and fifteen, hundred.
"ivy league" Discussed on Get Up!
"Accuracy, throwing the ball down the field and understanding when to get out of bounds, and we're not to take on an unnecessary shots. The one thing we can all agree on number one. He's a playmaker. He's GonNa. Make everyone around him better when you play the. The Ravens you say. How do we stop? Lamar Jackson when you play. Kansas City, you say. How do we stop all the weapons that the city has so look when I think about the best player that could potentially be moving forward is Lamar Jackson as a developing quarterback. who was the MVP last year twenty three years old, very very young. It can continue to grow in an NFL in a league that is going to continue to change with the RPO's and the college style with quarterbacks that could move get out of trouble. As a defender I just know how it is to stop quarterback like Lamar, and if I had a team I wanNA, start a team like Lamar with Lamar. Okay, I. I don't know if I like the argument. I, like your willingness to make it before I. Let twelve minute here, Nick. Is that true like? If you're preparing to play the ravens, you say we need to stop Lamar and if you're preparing for the chiefs, you say I need to stop all these other guys Kelsey and Hill and all of that that actually makes some sense to me, does that. Does it belong in this argument? It makes sense but I. Don't think that it matters necessarily just because he's the best player on. That team doesn't mean that he's the best player to start a team with. I, think that I won't take up all the time. I'll let us get to Taylor but I. Think Rob Nullified his whole argument the beginning when he said Lamar Jackson could get better at X.. There is nothing nothing that Patrick mahomes needs to get better at. We're done. He is already the best. You say Lamar's twenty-three pets twenty four. It's not like we're talking about thirty. Stay healthy. He's gusts as A. Patella. Twenty four, let me get twelve minute here, go ahead. Tell US home and getting set for MLS, action coming up top of the hour, but loves the sport of Football. What is your take?.
"ivy league" Discussed on Get Up!
"It's time for answer. The question now will throw a series of hard hitting questions at Dominic Foxworth, and whether he wants to or not, he asked to answer them, and here's the first one neak when all is said and done will patrick mahomes be the greatest quarterback that ever played. I think so I. Mean I think what we saw from him and his? His first year as a true starter was possibly the best season. We've seen a quarterback play. He might have gone a super bowl. They weren't for an offside penalty and then last year. He was playing just as well if not better than he was planning that season. If it weren't for injury, then he might have given. Lamar Jackson some compressor for that MVP atropine any went on to the playoffs and had three back to back back wins to win the super. Bowl like that is an incredible start and is going to. To be hard. I assume that he's not GONNA win. Six super bowls to get to the Tom Brady mark, but I don't think he needs to win all six if he keeps playing like he's playing now if he puts that up over the course of five to seven maybe ten years, he'll win a few super bowl is it will remember him as the greatest of all time all right so the next question because we just signed the monster deal if there was no salary cap, how much it Patrick Mahomes get paid. I mean I think that he has the leverage to negotiate for hundreds of millions of dollars because I think his value on the veil is hard to measure, but I think his value to the league I I think that is also a dorm. It so like if you think about the impact that he has his football player similar to like what somebody like Lebron James has on the NBA, and that it makes the League more valuable, there'll be more sponsors WANNA be associated with the NFL because of Patrick. Patrick mahomes there'll be a lot of kids who have become lifetime. NFL fans because of how special player is, and then when the NFL goes to negotiate those TV deals, they'll be able to add a premium on it because of the possibility that you might get a home super bowl game on your network, but he is incredibly valuable I don't think there is a salary cap that does him justice. If he were outside of salary, Cap Roger Goodell would have to pitch in because he's making everybody Subaru. Okay And so the third question in this all mahomes addition of answer, the question involves a comet that mahomes himself made.
"ivy league" Discussed on One and Dunne Radio
"It would just be mayhem if they try move all the fall sports to the spring. So this begs the question that I think it's on everyone's minds, and this is a big decision that could do what lead to a effect snowball effect of other schools and other and maybe. Division One lease. Saying we're not playing. College football is obviously. For a lot of these schools is a big moneymaker. Michigan Alabama, Clemson just schools under naming Ohio state did you like the big money making programs for the school? And the schools, but the schools can survive a year without playing these football. Playing. Football in general. And this the thing says. Quote was a if it costs too much to maintain a healthy environment at our institutions, our communities than we don't play sports or don't return students to campus, and it was kind of weird about the situation was that the students can actually go in practice on campus. Students will be allowed to practice on campus in a modified form I'm sorry like if I'm wanting to play my sport. I'm GONNA practice late. I'm going to be playing not going to practice if my seasons cancel. That's just me I I mean think about it as an ex student athlete like. As a twenty, two to eighteen to twenty, two year old whatever you are at that time. You being told years now playing you're you're not playing a season, you can go practice. I mean yeah. You can go and get better. For the next year. But you're in practice for what? I don't even know how many weeks maybe. Ten twelve weeks whatever might be you know practice for that? May weeks even plane in an opponent? And then do nothing until the next year. Till springtime where you actually have spring football, it's it's a big effect and that's why I don't I don't think. So the student athletes are going to go and take advantage of practice. They practice boring I'm sorry. The practice is not fun who is this What how it comes out and says who practice practice practice like? Listen. A true competitive athletes. They look like we all love Game Day. Practice, gets you right for game 'cause you love the feel of in the energy and the adrenaline of going against somebody else improving that you are than them. And getting a win. That's why we practice. Not Trying to pour Iverson but with Ivy League trying to say oh you guys can practice. That doesn't sit right with me. But could this lead to? Division One football and other big time school saying no fall sports. May Be. Scary when you think about it because everyone wants I think the biggest out Lavas is football. For College Sports..
"ivy league" Discussed on Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English
"Hey, everyone. Welcome to the Ivy league English podcast, the best English podcast for learning English. Why is it the best in this podcast? You're going to hear real English from real native speakers. We just slow it down a little bit. So that it's easier for English students to understand my name is Patricia I'm from the United States, and I'm honored to be your host and teacher. Now, let's get started. What's up everyone? Welcome to episode three today. We're going to talk about the Ivy league English TV and movie club. And I'm going to give you some homework. A lot of students seem interested in watching TV shows and movies together. So that they can ask questions and get help understanding the things that they watch. So we're going to give it a try today. I'll tell you what show to watch after you watch it you can post your questions about the show in the comments now pay attention. There is one rule about asking questions. You're not allowed to ask me. What a word means. That's what dictionaries are for. You. Don't need me for that. If you hear a word that you don't understand just look it up. Okay. This TV and movie club is not for lazy students. This is for serious students who really wanna learn. Got it. So the show we're going to start with is are you ready for this friends? That's right. And I know some of your thinking Patricia in the last episode, you said that friends was a terrible show for English students. Well, that's not exactly what I said friends is an old show. So there are some things that you might here in the show that people don't really say anymore. But I also said that you can watch old show if you want to it still good listening practice and most of the English language really hasn't changed in twenty years since you guys will be watching friends with my help. I can explain what words or phrases in the show are not used anymore. Friends. Definitely wouldn't be my first choice for a student. That's watching these shows without the help of teacher. But you guys have me. So you have absolutely nothing to worry about. I'm going to take. Take good care of you guys to be honest. The reason why I chose friends is because it's really easy for students to find online. It's on Netflix, Amazon prime video and lots of other websites. So for that reason, it's a great choice for what we're trying to do here. All right. Let's get to the homework. Your first assignment is to watch season. One episode one of friends when you watch the show remember to use the tips from the last episode of this podcast after you've watched the show a few times post any questions that you have right here in the comments. Then I'll answer your questions in another episode of this podcast. That's it guys. I hope this all makes sense if you have questions about what to do you can ask in the comments. Good luck. With your first TV and movie club homework assignment. This is really exciting. I can't wait to see your questions and talk to you guys about the first episode. Owed of friends. That brings us to the end of the Ivy league English podcast, the best English podcast for learning English. I hope you enjoyed it. And I hope he learned a few things if you have any questions about the vocabulary grammar or tenses that I used today. Let me know. That's what teachers are for. And if there are other topics that you'd like to discuss on this podcast. Let me know that too. I'll see you all next time.
"ivy league" Discussed on Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English
"Com for the class schedule and pricing. There's also a popular theory that I'm curious about a theory is an idea that people believe is true. But it hasn't been proven. So it's not a fact there's a theory that if you can't see then you're four other senses become stronger, or if you can't hear or can't smell, then you're four other senses, become stronger. I wonder how true that is. Is it something that happens as soon as you lose one sense? What I notice a difference in my sense of taste or smell if I ate incomplete darkness. Or is it something that takes time? Maybe it takes months or even years for your other senses to become stronger, or maybe that theory isn't true at all. Who knows? Well, maybe one day I'll experienced dark dining. I actually thought about trying it at home that wouldn't be too hard to do. But I'm pretty sure that my husband would think I was crazy if he saw me eating with a blindfold on. So maybe I'll just wait until I can visit one of these dark restaurants. Okay. Guys. That's it for today. Don't forget to answer the questions that I asked if you had to go to a dark restaurant, would you prefer to be blindfolded or to be in a completely dark room? If you were the chef at a dark restaurant, what kind of finger foods, would you serve? Can you think of other foods that you would serve? Finally, if a friend asked you to go to a dark restaurant, would you go? That brings us to the end of the Ivy league English podcast, the best English podcast for learning English. I hope you enjoyed it. And I hope he learned a few things if you have any questions about the vocabulary grammar or tenses that I used today. Let me know. That's what teachers are for. And if there are other topics that you'd like to discuss on this podcast. Let me know that too. I'll see you all next time.
"ivy league" Discussed on Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English
"Hey, everyone. Welcome to the Ivy league English podcast, the best English podcast for learning English. Why is it the best in this podcast? You're going to hear real English from real native speakers. We just slow it down a little bit. So that it's easier for English students to understand my name is Patricia I'm from the United States, and I'm honored to be your host and teacher. Now, let's get started. Welcome to the very first episode of the Ivy league English podcast starting this podcast was a little harder than I thought it was going to be. But I'm glad that we're all finally here. Today's topic is dark restaurants and dark dining first of all what is dining if you know, what a dining room is then you can probably guess what dining means a dining room is the room in your house where you eat. But it's not the kitchen. It's a different room. If you're alone, you might eat in the kitchen because it's easier or you might eat in the living room while you watch TV. But if you wanna serve a big meal because it's a special occasion. Or you have lots of visitors. That's when most people wouldn't use the dining room, if they have one to dine is a formal way of saying to eat and the. Dining room is a formal room for eating. So what is dark dining? Here's where things get interesting. There are restaurants in North America Europe and Asia called dark restaurants people who eat at these restaurants eat in complete darkness. Can you believe that? It sounds strange. I know, but that's what dark dining is. So why would anyone wanna do that? I let me tell you. How dark dining started the first dark dining event that I could find information about happened in nineteen ninety seven in Paris, France, these events happened from time to time for years, but the first restaurant to have dark dining every single day of the week was in Switzerland. It was established or started by a blind man named Qorei in nineteen ninety nine in. Yes. You don't know the word blind. That means you can't see some people are born blind and some people become blind during their lives. Here's another good vocabulary word for you deaf. That means you can't hear. So the man who opened the first dark restaurant in Switzerland was blind after having his friends come to his house and try dark dining, he realized that people really liked it. His friends told him that their senses of taste and smell improved. When they couldn't see that made the meal taste and smell even more delicious than usual. So hor hey, opened a dark restaurant because he wanted people who are not blind to experience what it's like to be blind in particular. He wanted people to experience food and eating the way blind people do. Okay, everybody. Let's take a quick break. And then we'll get back to dark restaurants. Did you know that I have a club for people just like you who want to improve their English skills. I send all of my free resources to these students, including podcast episodes YouTube, videos, articles, and even free classes does that sound good. Then go to my website Ivy league English dot com and join my English club today. I've never been to a restaurant like this. But it sounds really interesting. So of course, I decided to do some research. Here's what happens when you go to a dark restaurant. There are two ways that these restaurants create darkness one way is to turn off all of the lights in the area where people eat if restaurants do this. They also take away people's electron devices like cell phones and cameras because they want the dining area to be completely dark. The other way is to put a blindfold on everyone. We just talked about the word blind. So what's a blindfold? That's a piece of cloth or fabric that you put over your eyes. And you usually tied the ends of the cloth together at the back of your head that way, you can't see when you're wearing a blindfold. You're blind. So here's my first question for you, guys, if you had to go to a dark restaurant, which would you prefer would you wanna be in a room, that's totally dark or would you want to be blindfolded? Personally, I think I'd prefer being in a dark room if you're blindfolded for the whole meal that could get uncomfortable. If you're in a dark room at least there is nothing on your face. But I do wonder what would happen if there was an emergency in the restaurant. What if everyone had to get out of the restaurant fast because of a fire or something like that? I'm sure that the people who run these restaurants have thought about that. So hopefully, there's a quick way to turn all of the lights on. I also started thinking about what I would want to eat if I had to eat in total darkness. I mean, how well can you use a knife and fork if you can't see anything so with that in mind, I thought that I would probably choose some kind of finger food if I had to eat at a dark restaurant. Okay. Really quickly. What's a finger food? That's a food that people generally eat with their hands. Here's another question for you guys. If you were the chef at a dark restaurant, what kind of food would you serve would you serve finger foods, what kind of finger foods, would you serve and what other foods, can you think of that people could easily eat, even if? They can't see. And the last thing I want to ask you guys is this if a friend asked you to go with them to a dark restaurant, would you go? I think that it would be interesting to experience a meal the way a blind person does personally I enjoy stepping into someone else's shoes or walking in someone else's shoes. Those are common expressions in English, by the way, they both mean the same thing experiencing life the way someone else does walking in another person's shoes is a great way to understand that person better. I think it would be really interesting to walk in a blind persons shoes. Even if it was just for a few hours. It's time for another quick break when we get back. I'll tell you another reason why I think it would be interesting to eat at dark restaurant. Are you looking for private classes or small group classes to help you improve your pronunciation, listening and speaking skills, I can definitely help you with that my conversation skills. Classes will help you to improve all of these skills and build your confidence as an English student. Visit my website Ivy league English dot com
"ivy league" Discussed on Around the Rim
"The. Basketball fans, we have overloaded you with expertise, and we're bringing in another women's basketball analysts and experts of the show, please join me in welcoming the fantastic and wonderful Meagan Hughes Perry to the show. Welcome meghan. Thank you. Enter mak- excited to chat with you guys. Well, ceriga wants to go ahead to Rica. I. I. She she was happy. She got a little mentioned. But mega. You're an Ivy league girl yourself, which I love which my mother always wanted me to go to an Ivy league school, but you're also an analyst deep into I've league women's basketball done studio for them have just been great in your coverage this season. And so we want to know what your thoughts are on Princeton, Princeton comes into the NCAA tournament as the eleven. See they will take on the Kentucky Wildcats in Raleigh. The host team is NC state who will take on main and their first round game. Megan should Raleigh as a first and second round site be worried about the Princeton Tigers. Can they advance to the Sweet Sixteen? And why if you think so? Yeah, absolutely. I think that that entire racket should be worried about printing don't just say that because I do have my heart near and dear to either league. It's because of really what they've done in the core. I don't think that Princeton surprising. Anyone on the any of the Ivy league teams are what I think Princeton this year. The tale of two two for them the season before Bella Alary and the season after Bella Alary and so- Princeton non-conference had a very competitive on conference season. They played the likes of Paul Syracuse Kansas state Villanova, but they did. So without their star player leading score back to back Ivy league player of the year, Bella Alary. And so I think obviously how they finish this season. The Ivy league they dominated. I've playing came out the Ivy tournament champion with a big win against Penn. But I think that what they're capable of in the tournament. Their record is really not indicative of how they will perform because they now have our younger they're weighing in. She doesn't a lot of damage. What do you like about Bellas game? We what is the thing that stands out to most fans should be watching in the NCAA tournament. Yeah. Bella outreach who haven't seen her. She is must watch. She has six foot four forward. She has guard lightened and fees. I think she's super dynamic when most versatile. Players in the conference. You know, she gets it done offense on the defensive in she'd disruptive, she she the blocks in deflections, but she's capable of the defense of and when I think about Bella Alary you haven't seen her. She reminds me of a very raw Elena della Don, and I don't say that I don't say that like lightly at all I've been a long time scouting Elaine, Don during my time at the WNBA, but her on court movement or demeanor and the skill set that she has unbelievable. And we tell you something else. Like, Elaine Adela done. She had a really strong upside. But right now, she's been a dominant player in the Ivy league. No one has held her to a single digit game all season long, and she's had to lease five games where she scored thirty. Plus and she dropped forty five points at Columbia with ease back. Okay. Someone this shows up and she's not fear. The big moment at all. So for that reason. I think you know, anyone going up against Princeton has a lot to be worried about will. They will take on the Kentucky. Wildcats team led by Ryan Howard of fantastic freshman, and obviously Macy Moore's the sharp shooter. So they will be facing a lot of pressure. Wondering at Princeton will be ready for prepared for that aspect of things. And it was interesting watching Princeton because they were the final conference tournament championship. The Ivy league to be finished a find out that last automated qualifier and actually Princeton was in the NCAA selection committee's debatable eight which were last eight teams that were in consideration for the last four spots in the field for an at large bid. So it was actually a debatable seven because Princeton did go on to beat pin and things moved on from there..
"ivy league" Discussed on Around the Rim
"What happening where can fans find you either on Twitter, Instagram, whatever your preference as where can keep up with you. You're gonna have some phase after the show like more. I hope so I'm most schools still. So it's at at coach Scotty awesome. Well, that's if you see what that is. The right name because you have been coaching us on this podcast. Thank you so much for joining the show, and we look forward to seeing you in the first and second rounds. Thank you, China and say while you're doing for the game, thanks Christie. Basketball fans, we have overloaded you with expertise, and we're bringing in another women's basketball analysts and experts of the show, please join me in welcoming the fantastic and wonderful Meagan Hughes Perry to the show. Welcome meghan. Thank you trying to enter become excited to chat with you guys. Well, it's a Rica wants to go head to Rica. About the pipe up. She was happy. She got a little mentioned. But mega you an Ivy league girl yourself, which I love which my mother always wanted me to go to an Ivy league school. But you're also an analyst deep into Ivy league women's basketball done studio for them have just been great and your coverage this season. And so we want to know what your thoughts are on Princeton, Princeton comes into the NCAA tournament as the eleven. See they will take on the Kentucky Wildcats in Raleigh. The host team is NC state who will take on main and their first round game. Meghan should Raleigh. As a first and second round side, be worried about the Princeton Tigers. Can they advance to the Sweet Sixteen? And why if you think so? Yeah, absolutely. I think that that higher bracket should be worried about Princeton. And it don't just say that because I do have my my heart is near and dear to the I league it's because of really what they've done in the court. I don't think that Princeton surprising. Anyone don't think any of the Ivy league teams are what I think Princeton this year if the tale of two two seasons for them the season before Bella Alary and the season after Bella Alary, so Princeton non-conference had a very competitive non conference season. They played like the depaul Syracuse, Kansas state Villanova. But they did. So without their star player leading score back to back Ivy league player of the year, Bella Alary. And so I think obviously how they finished the season the Ivy league they dominated Ivy league playing came out as the Ivy tournament champion with a big win against Penn. But. I think that what they're capable of in the tournament. Their record is really not indicative of how they will perform because they now have Bella Alary under their wing. And she does a lot of damage. What do you like about Bellas game? We what is the thing that stands out to most fans should be watching in the NCAA tournament. Yeah. Bella outreach. You haven't seen her? She is must watch. She has split for forward. She has guard lights and fees. I think she's super dynamic when most versatile players in the conference. You know, she gets it done offense on the defensive in sheaves disruptive. She shooting the blocks and deflection. But she's capable of the defense of and when I think about L, Bella Alary, if you haven't seen her she reminds me of a very raw Elena della done, and I don't say that I don't say that lightly at all I spent a lot of time scouting Elena delegate during my time at the WNBA, but her on court movement her demeanor and the the skill set that she has is unbelievable. Let me tell you something else like a Adela gun. She has a really strong upside. But right now, she's been a dominant player in the Ivy league. No one has held her to a single digit game all season long and she pedal east five teams where she scored thirty. Plus and she dropped forty five points at Columbia with ease back. Okay..
"ivy league" Discussed on Little Atoms
"People's perceptions of everything from Woody Allen to friends to Mesa's Mazel softly, which is classic trouble. What you've what you've described as the Jewish American Princess. Really a Princess she's working hard jobs during the day. She worked at a department store and being abused by her bosses, etcetera and nights, she's doing the comedy routine. So I wouldn't I don't know. I guess the character start so again for life. But kind of the stunts again such familiar thing for so many people I known Jewish people got something you can actually fall into is. You know, that old thing where, you know, something better than culture that we we become insensitive. Yes, look, if you went to look at the student body at Wellesley, college or Vassar college to women than women's colleges Wellesley still Lewin's college of the, you know, a seven sisters the Ivy league so to speak, the the feminine the female variant of this at the Ivy league in those years, you would find princesses except they will white Anglo-Saxon Protestant princesses. You might have found a couple of Catholics, but mainly white Anglo-Saxon Protestant living on daddy's money, very comfortable looking for the right man to marry who would give them status, and they go to the country club and at cetera et cetera. But it doesn't carry the same. Negative stereotypes is when it comes to Jews. You know, if you went to look in certain industries, the white shoe law firms as they were called, you would find successful lawyers every place up and down or you went to certain hospitals, where Jews would not could not get residencies could not get appointments full of white Anglo, Saxon Protestants, white Anglo-Saxon, Catholics and certain sense. But might be a contradiction in terms this. But when it's the Jews than it takes on in the fairy is kind of way, the biggest banking houses in New York. The biggest successful Wall Street firms were not Jewish Wall Street firms until recent and what is Jewish Wall Street firm. You know, it has at its edits head people who happened to be Jews. But I don't have any, you know, they say Jews control the banks will I'd like my ATM machine. I'd like my I haven't gotten it. So no, no one ever says Dutch wills right or Scottish, Wall Street firm or you can apply. Racism to take another stereotype people say, oh, the single mothers on welfare milking, the welfare system, generally that has racist kind of or used in relation to blacks, not pulling their weight or whatever the truth a matter in the United States, most of the recipients of welfare a white single mothers. So, you know, but it takes on that negative. Stereotype, you take that negative stereotype and apply it to the particular group. So with Jews it's for their success. You know, I remembered the inverse why wasn't there, but the university.
"ivy league" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles
"How was it playing football for an ivy league solely gal it was great i was recruited to a lot of pac ten schools at the time out of high school and was offered by stanford and i always told myself i wouldn't go east of ucla play full raw and obviously my senior year actually more towards the end of my junior year the ivy league school started calling coaches started coming out on i made all my cruising trips to to to to the to the northeast and it was it was it was it was great i mean there's there's there's a lot of people that told me you know you're gonna you're going to take a step down from the pack ten to go to an ivy league school to play an ivy league football sociation so to speak and and you know what i i didn't feel that way at all obviously the education speaks for itself but the talent that ends up going to the ivy league especially in the football spectrum is just it it it's it's as good as division one full blending where else in the country and you know from from the coaching staff to the to how they recruit to the actual players that go there it's just it's quite remarkable to be in a hut model where all your teammates are valedictorians and they were all the top kids at the swimming that's it was really unique and and weird at the time and as i get older i start to appreciate that come rodri in that in that team and that team feeling that existed you know at yale which i think is very rare throughout the other drug the other teams in the country.
"ivy league" Discussed on Developer Tea
"I was just thinking about how when i first started trying i would beg my mom to tell me what she didn't like about mike my drawings and while show he didn't like giving her daughter critical feedback would be like oecd it's really beautiful i love it i'm so proud of you and ivy league tell me what's wrong with it mom and it'll be you know tell me i can't get better if you don't tell me and then she would be like the elbows wrong and that foots to log and she point out all this stuff and feel terrible and i just feel like thank you i will go fix so seeking that kind of constructive feedback really will serve you in the longterm and you'll get that from working with other people and fostering that open given take yards it is a big challenge to open yourself up to learning in rachel you were the anomaly in this arena it seems that you've given me to stores now where you've asked somebody to tell you what's wrong and that's not normal in terms of it's not abnormal lim don't hear me incorrectly most people are uncomfortable with that and most people are it's kind of weird paradox right we discussed this humility complex the especially developers and uh you know i would say a lot of millennials i don't really have any dated back that up so ticket for what it's worth but uh a lot of people have the saints in this this a major humility problem of not being able to afford their opinions and on the flip side they also don't want to receive extensive criticism and they'll go and bickering complain and be frustrated that nobody else is doing things the right way and as a turns out you know everyone around if he if you look around gene you think everyone around you is doing things the wrong way than probably statistically one of them as better at something than you are right and that's that's a hard reality to grasp and it is a strange paradox that we both want to have you know this this strong sense of humility but on the flip side were not really willing to receive this coaching this this constant feedback.
"ivy league" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Hiking i'm actually i i wanted to provide a bit of a actual observation i'm an alarm who interview student who employ to uh one of the ivy league school okay and i wanted to just comment on the socioeconomic factors that we're discussing okay good uh and it's just schools do outperform other schools you could have the smartest student um and booth student smarter student who has the better teachers is going to perform better on these objectives tests and it can be something that's incredibly frustrating that you'll have the foul taurean from a school that in a in a poor area or or no more difficult area and when you have that felt like taurean they've done everything that that school demands they've gotten as an every single class but we met school consistently underperforms compared to another school you do see that reflected in racing socioeconomic factors um so i mean i think we've all set up there is absolutely a type between grason and socioeconomic um but that that objective i've seen that over a number of years there's just a objective correlation between the quality of school uh and the objective path said the differences how many resources that students intelligence per se boy yet and i th the the resources another point that some schools or resources so you might have a student who's a you know who has the experience and astronomy because they're high school has you know wonderful telescopes and other resources and the kid from the from the poorer school just doesn't have that so not only do you see this objective distinction between grade if you'll also see the accomplishments for particular students are worst and um you know you can go a step further wears you had a student uh you know the smartest student in the world whose homeless it's going to be at an incredible disadvantage over any students who have the resources to go to a better school there's not gonna happy accomplishment fair they're just beat they don't exist they're going to perform worse on objective path.