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"jack clark" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

08:45 min | 7 months ago

"jack clark" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Up if somebody's got something going on in their life their form. We're going to put on arms around him. We care deeply about each other but from an organizational standpoint. We're gonna make decisions by what's best for the team bench by a large people gravitate to that. It's good to be part of something bigger than yourself. What are some ways that that often manifests across the various teams. That you've coach. What are some episodes. That would be a good example of someone acting with the team. I rather than themselves. I a selection playing time. Those kind of come up if you believe. That only can look at that situation through your own lands of. Why am i not playing. Why did i not get selected to play. Why am i not getting right playing time. Why do i not have that territory. Why not have that client outcome. I'm not getting funded my budget and if you can look at it over the whole that wait a minute. We're trying to build a team here and that decision when against you but you can embrace it. Basketball coach pat riley now. Gm i guess or he has a book the winner within its another coaching book. There's a chapter called the disease of me. Ravi lays out the disease of me as if it was a real disease and he talks about the symptoms that you have. It was a laugh out loud moment. You get to symptom six whatever it is. And it's constant feelings of under-appreciation a great excuse to ask about what you've learned about gratitude and entitlement i developed a mindset is what i've labeled it i see it as this archway in my mind. You walk through to get to what you really believe that we say grateful for everything entitled enough. I've been saying that long enough now. Where i walk into offices and i see it up on the wall and a lot of times it gets attributed to me which i really appreciate. But it's all over the silicon valley since some places in new york and i love the idea that people appreciate it but i think what it says is. There isn't enough gratitude for people to understand that how many people helped him get where they are. And then of course. They're far too much entitlement certainly in athletics which too much entitlement and it seems bajic than when you really do believe in the mantra that i'm grateful for everything and i'm entitled to nothing one of them's at. Has you just get more resilient. You don't think you're owed something you get busy trying to achieve and it's just a better way to go through life. I love it. I think it's just a system setting an incredibly powerful thing. It also relates to another one of your principles a kind of jump out of order here but the idea of merit you mentioned earlier. What is putting the team. I mean and things like playing time and basically demoting your own interests in favor of the teams interests. Everyone wants to be america. Crecy somewhat have you learned about what it means to actually be a meritocracy on a team when you study the best teams it jumps out to me that the currency that's exchange between team members is performance in the moment. It's not what you did last year. It's what you're doing right now. It's not true potential potential. Pretty good thing to have. I mean it wouldn't be good if somebody said you had no clue tential just can't dine out on some points you you've actually got to do something and i think he's a good thing to have. It's good to have experience but that experience has to be monetize as performance. Now just this concept that this meritocracy is a beautiful thing. It's not who you know. Not what color your skin is. It's not what religion you are. It's not any of the boxes we try to put people. It's what are you getting now. Don't get drunk at the christmas party and do anything stupid. You're good to go another year. Well that's exact opposite of high performance teams. How they work is getting done right now. Performance in the moment that is the mayor talks. What are some of the tactical ways that that's the -ployed through coaching. What are some things that you do. That might be difficult to do that. Like a new coach might not naturally do to reward merit and emphasize mayor. You measure everything you publish what you major internally you celebrate success. You acknowledge performance. We sometimes think that it's okay to get off the mountain at some point in wander around a plateau for a while. Because we've been doing pretty well and one of the true things about sports. And i think about business really getting better getting worse. There really isn't anything in between and no one ever tells us that but that is the truth. I mean you mentioned john. Wooden at beginning one of his pyramid to success was this notion of performance over results results. Track performance is not the other way around so put all your energy into your performance in the results will take care of themselves. And of course you say that in a public setting with businesspeople and somebody's gonna clear their throat and say coach. That's great but here at xyz we gotta win domenico shot. I mean we went half our games. We get fired. Just get fired more anyone else so i get the idea that we have to win. I completely appreciate it but it's not valued it's even a poor goal at the end of the day. Just put all your focus into your performance. There's different ways. We have to measure. We have to create that internal competition constant performance improvement. Which you've already kind of alluded to another one of your values. What i love is how you breathe life into these things and make them daily. Not just an idea. Measurement is one piece of that maybe we can zoom in on rugby specifically like what is the state of the art today and how that change through time for that constant improvement on a team and then we can talk to higher level about how could play outside of rugby but in rugby specifically. What does that mean today. Basics fundamentals no matter how talented you are. I mean it's a beethoven played scales and he was brilliant. What would make a rugby player thing that they would have to go out and perform very routine fundamentals over and over again so that they hold them they can do him under pressure. You can't make it up you can't talk yourself into it. You can win a game. You shouldn't have one but when you really know. Your skills are tighter now than they've ever been fitness better than it's ever been. Your knowledge of the game is better than this ever bad. It's a powerful concept to think about getting better and to improving. If we're not gonna get better what are we doing. And that's one of the things we wanna make. We've talked a lot about the first three values. those being selflessness merit constant performance improvement toughness one. That sounds maybe like especially specific to sport. But i just find it to be a general principle that is important. You mentioned the word brazilians earlier. What is toughness mean to you. How much of that is physical versus mental. What is the definition of toughness that you convey to your players. There's a bit of overwhelming force in rugby. Certainly in most contact sports where technique. And i suppose physical prowess and a certain degree of physical. Toughness wins the day. I mean zero. Some one person wins. One person loses in those moments. You see businesses. That are like that. They're dominating in the marketplace. They want to keep their position. But the kind of toughness that i regard is a value is mental. Toughness get knocked down nine times. Get up ten. Just keep answering the bell. Just keep getting up. I'm a big believer in having an organizational glossary. I was looking for a definition for mental toughness. Patrick for years then. One day i stumbled across a book. I was reading about a cricketer. I know very little about drug it. But this happened to be one of the best cricketers a world and at one point. He this phrase the ability to focus on the next most important thing. And if you really think about you don't have to access mental toughness when things are going well and this seemed like the exact key thing to have the discipline to go. What is the next most important thing. Something badges happened. What's the next most important thing is to put all of my energy and all my focus in and to be able to do that. You are indeed mentally tough because we wanna live in that moment. That just happened. That wasn't good. What's it gonna mean today. And i just lose the game and having this discipline to go to the next most important thing and stay in that moment. Stay where your feet are out. Some people say. But i find it to be a really really strong attribute. Is there a person that stands out in memory could be someone you coached or someone you know or some. You don't know that embodies the mental toughness that you ascribe to i. Coaching young man mark bingham united flight. Ninety three storm to talk probably saved our capital. That day he did with a few other players..

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"jack clark" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

05:56 min | 7 months ago

"jack clark" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Is jack clark. The head coach of the university of california varsity rugby team. Jack has one of the highest. Winning percentage is not only at the collegiate level but in sports history winning an incredible ninety percent of games since he started a coach in nineteen eighty-four that includes a ninety eight game winning streak from one thousand nine hundred and nine hundred ninety six and one hundred and fifteen game winning streak from two thousand four to two thousand nine in our conversation. We drive into how jack builds high performing teams shared vocabulary. He creates a his organization and his work with companies applying what he's learned on the field to operating businesses. Please enjoy this conversation with jack. Clark jack i've been so excited to do this with you since first becoming aware of some of your ideas on building teams a few months ago. Sort of consider the john wooden or pick your famous coach of the rugby world having sort of an unparalleled career in terms of winning championships. I know that people always look at outcomes and winds as the thing that's held out but we're gonna talk all day today about the process about building teams about cultivating individuals on those teams. And how that could be applied in all areas not just sports but in business in in any leadership position or team that you might find yourself. I think to orient the audience. It would help just to hear a thumbnail sketch of both your playing career. Which was lustrous then. Also then. you're very long coaching career. So i grew up in huntington beach. California played for sport's. I was probably a football player than anything and accepted a football scholarship to university of california. Berkeley enjoyed my time plan football but when football season was over somebody come tapping on the shoulder and say it's rugby season now even playing rugby a cow since eighteen eighty two so there was this great migration of football players heading to be rugby paddock. As soon as the season was over night. Did it. And i love the sport. It seemed to be a combination of all the things. I loved basketball. Football played the sport passionately for a while had a cup of coffee with the philadelphia eagles and got straight into the national team and had an injury early in my career which prohibited me from a longer career when into coaching pretty early. Elevate even knew what i was doing. It's time i shudder to think about my earlier. Coaching instructions but we had some success right away. And i fell in love with it but i i did it as a bit of a side hustle from a business career where i was a banker and then i just went full time. I guess in one thousand nine hundred ninety started. Coaching in nineteen eighty. Two as an assistant became the head coach and eighty four and then just went full time in the sports. It was given mill more satisfaction than making money. It was a great fit for me. I guess what. I'm trying to say. And i've been coaching the whole time now and spent some time coaching. The national team spent time coaching the all marine team but always coach. Mike counting one of the things that is so interesting about your philosophy of teams is building l. called a value. Set that the team the players you live by. I want to go through the specific value. Set i'm sure that not all values heads for the same. We'll talk about strategies for creating one that fits the organization as well as yours specifically but before we even go into the five pillars of yours. I just love to know how you alighted on this concept of wanting to have pretty rigid standard recurrent values and how they were developed in the first place from the coaching level. Down overtime is a pretty interesting laboratory to be coaching every day. A group of young people they teach lot you kinda stumble onto stuff together if you will. And as a coach you become the custodians of that. I mean they all leave after four years and left to continue to kick the can of the road so all of those lessons star to accumulate in occurred to me at one point that senator i suppose what i saw from. A lot of. My colleagues was slogans on the gym wall. If you will what they said they believed in by way of mission and values it was pretty would. It wasn't used every day. It just was catch you. It didn't take much research to see the exact same thing in the corporate sector where it looked good in dak and it looks good in the annual record but if you cold ten employees over and so what advises company they would stumble all over it and they wouldn't really know. I guess i just start thinking well what you believe in what you're willing to fight for by way of your values. They ought to be used on a daily basis as a system. You ought to process all of your human transactions in your organizational transactions business transactions should be processed through your values. So you're making value-based decisions best you. Can you've worked with a lot of very famous corporate clients thinking through this concept. I voted to go through some of yours. Because i think there's so much richness and depth to each of them and of course i think the place you have to start with selflessness. Why is this the value that you mention i again. It's one of these words that if you just say it everyone's like yeah sure be selfless so breathe. Some life into that principle for us in terms of what it means specifically to you and how you use it on a daily basis. We say team i self self-sided we say that is a declaration that that's how we're gonna make decisions and you can imagine if you were a part of a team or organization that was committed to making decisions for the team. I in individual second. If you found that out at your first opportunity when you thought you had a grievance of your own or you wanted attention to something you believe then you can see where that would be troublesome. I wanna say it up front. I don't wanna say this is how we make decisions and people self select whether this is the right organization for them. I mean the first lens is gonna come down. What's best for the team. And that doesn't mean that were cold to the individual. I mean we love each other if somebody stumbles..

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"jack clark" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"jack clark" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"So I hit, how linear gave him a low five and pick my make kind of made a big turn. Kinda. Went semi toward their duck liberal I never really did that before and just took my time and I was kind of shocked to see all the teammates especially Vince Coleman who is limping out the homeless the other teammates at home take that was to me more of a how if you walk off on. The we still had a game that we had won the game yet. So I wasn't expecting that but I was like, well, it's kind of cool. But my good friend Danny Cox was you know he was pretty much bigger and everybody else you know but he was kind of towering over all all the other guys I kinda reached up and two handed to end at him and everybody was excited you know and as nice to be excited but it's not over with yet. To get him out which we believed we were gone to. We had the people to in the momentum, but you just never know they've got the last the bat but it was you know one of the best things with agency from beginning I saw later was guerrero in left field throwing his glove doubt. You can get another guy another team to throw his glove down. You've You've stung them pretty hard. That's pretty deep and not just into their clubhouse or to their dugout, but that's pretty much deep into their history and their season and everything else and people are not going to be happy with each other after that. So I got a lot of back on one swing of the band's first pitch fastball i. didn't Miss it and under thank God it went out of the ballpark gives us a couple more runs tight game gave us a couple of lead and white. He's always said you know the best player in baseball for him as a a three run home run so That was from my skipper and good friend and. And Cardinal Nation Migrate Fans Saint. Louis and I really thank them for. Get me out of candlestick park evening opportunity to play baseball like everybody else does in the summertime and sweat and get loose than the humidity and. And not have a big SAL territory and not have wind elements and hotdog rappers blown in front of your face and dirt dust trying to hit Nolan Ryan. I understand Jack, it's awesome to hear your voice. It's great to have you back in town and hopefully sooner rather than later let's get you back down to the ballpark and let's catch up in person very very soon that'd be great. Dan Take Care have great holiday stay safe everybody with the virus you and your family dance they very safe and I look forward to seeing everybody soon you got it. That's the Great Jack Clark..

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"jack clark" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"jack clark" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"Her obviously ozzy every day and Terry Pendleton, which was like ozzy at third and yet Coleman left Willie Incentive McGee and advance like and land platooning outright field and it was. It was nice to we went to spring training and I got the spring training when I first got there in and I noticed. That eighty five but it Kinda does you know the first thing I heard when I got there is like, well, we were gonNA come in last place the Saint Louis Cardinals and Whitey was going to be the first manager fired and it pissed me off you know as like a really and all. The big bad mets are GonNa just dominate you know and everything else. Okay. But I remember Ozzy coming to me because I hadn't seemed call me and way to you see this guy and when he got there. That song, the heat is on it was on. Because then then things that I had learned with the giants and playing for with for under Joe Morgan who came from the big red machine things that he taught me by the way I know he was a very good friend of mine as really sad to hear about his passing the other debt love Joe, and he was the most important and influential person in my. Baseball life and career coming from San Francisco played there. He helped me. He showed me what it was like the biggest compliment. He ever gave me even years later when I was doing some radio and I did his radio show number time. So the best compliment Jack I give you. You could have been on the big red machine while and I'll because he always said everybody should have opportunity to play with sparky Anderson for Pete. Rose. That was him saying that and the things he told me what he would do with Johnny, bench and twenty and give them signs. And it was really helped me and that home run I ended up hitting against the dodgers was with Joe Morgan Bat. That M to fifty three is joe mortgage mouth that Emma's for Morgan to fifty three. That's his personal bet thirty, four, thirty, two, I'm six, three he's five, nine, five ten but the way I hit close. I. Started using that Bat and it was like a piece of pipe and I use that from the rest of my career so George will forever live even Cardinal Memories I gotTa do is go to the Cardinal Hall. Of Fame and you'll see that bad in there that M to fifty three will just you know say a little prayer for you know Jomo Joe Morgan up in heaven and that wouldn't be there without what he taught me also about about hitting and about the game and I mean stupid little things the way the way he hit off a t he would put the t way out in front of on is he put herself out as little as your have you read it but the way he would do it then he taught me that. I became a guy with cardinals that would walk hundred plus times, and you know was was ready for certain pitches that had learned from Hank Sauer became that slugger that I think the giants always was hoping that it was going to be the giants were mad at me 'cause I had knee surgery and eighty, four and..

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"jack clark" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"jack clark" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"With, me and my wife, we're GONNA look we're looking here but we're also looking at Columbia also you don't split the doing between here in Kansas City and there's some new construction different building gone on there that we liked and some builders. So we're looking around Gotcha Jack take me back to that moment in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty five, and then set it up I'm sure you've seen it a million times, but he said, should I pitch to that so and so van Slyke is on deck he decides to pitch to you were you surprised that he decided to pitch to you in that spot Not, really the reason why this all the years with the giants and all the failure know the dodgers winning and and and the years where the giants we were always last place. But that was had used in the big red machine and that division the dodgers and we just never could competing I was coming up. I always wanted to be a a giant that competed and try to bring that championship the candlestick. Park. In San Francisco since. They moved out from New York. But you know the dodgers were very successful and we weren't they had good weather. We had you know the weather in San Summer Summertime wintertime also it this was bad and we weren't very good. You know so was frustrating but so that's situation come up a lot of times against the bad team. I don't necessarily they looked at me particularly, but it was just kind of like they were the dodgers. Started with always be in the paper. The next day I went up to you know I is it went up to bobby well to whoever and talked, and he's you know and he wanted them which was music he wanted to come out and they don Sutton they would climb the ladder and our chase those pitches I take my rips but I never really connected in anything that too much damage tech Burton Hooton deep a few times couple bombs and but we still lost the Games you know. So just it was irrelevant that I got a hit or hit a home run. So even though I was what Cardinal, I still had the lot of deep anger against the dodgers and. Hatred and bitterness. Them beaten us all the time and just wanted to even that score was. Glad to be in that situation but that come up so many times before I knew what Lasorda was going to do because it was the same type of thing he had always done come after me get ahead of me try to climb the ladder give me because he had struck had struck out before that on pitches that were up in the zone they did the same type of thing again. So I think they thought they could get away with that again because they had done it so many other times and but I was I was. I was swinging the bat is well as I ever have in that series against the dodgers. and. I felt really good. I didn't feel like anybody could get me out. I didn't feel like anyone of their pitchers could get me out feel like Nando Valenzuela with screwball or. With a sinker or anybody else who through hard dense could get me out then because I was taken that screw ball to right field for rip I just felt that was.

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"jack clark" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"jack clark" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"Time. The winning during storing suggestion with two out and Jack Clark coming up. Meanwhile, in reading short a darn about walk him and to that blank blank band flight. That's what he gets muttered. In the DUGOUT. Do I, walk in and Pitcher that gone ta Jack Black in time maybe you're gonNA have to have. A ball game on the line and the crowd on it. One way or another what a weight in. The. Got The. Bad. Guy. Walk. Vince Kelly and he said, should I pitch to that so and so well, he did and he got burned in that. So and so joins me now and that's Jack Clark one of the great sluggers ever in cardinals history and it came with two outs in a three-run blast off a Tom need fewer and it's the anniversary of that historic homerun in cardinals. History Jack it's always great to hear your voice. Hopefully you're safe.

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"jack clark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"jack clark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Jack Clark was another guy who wore number twenty two when he was our hero grown up like I wanted to be Jack car I wanted to play right field a little league that's where Jack Clark played in just one if you just a couple of words on Jack Clark just and what he meant to the giants as well we want I I was in that I was maybe a little bit older not that much older at that time watching Jack and he was just a huge force for us on I know he has by the way in recent years we connect with the organization Mario outliers done a great job bringing him back in lots of different times and should always are running trying twenty two and the name is Clark up for many of us in that era that was that was Jack Clark and he he signify he symbolized a lot of time where there wasn't as much wearing a giants baseball as they do with a custom to so you look at those years and there were some lean years and Jack kept us all laugh really kept us all with smiles on their face and in for sure the one twenty two goes up there some people think of it that way on the way I just wanna tell you as a season ticket holder and and you guys have season tickets challenges now with all these plans that are being launched about you know of just these access passes and all that stuff we can talk about going for but I cannot lie you know the concession prices have been a problem at eighteen T. M. as a door closer expensive man but the twenty five percent off I feel like the king of the world when I without my little bar code and they tell me that crab sandwich goes from eighteen down to fifteen or whatever and like cheap that please for next year if you want to keep a season ticket holders otherwise we're gonna go to those Dave Cavell seasoned plans those all access bar codes are gonna hang out in the in the on the on the arcade okay learn and then the thing on that is really sometimes we we really want to get clear we never we can't take advantage if you take for granted our season ticket holders they're they're like very very huge of gold plated there what what they are the sort of a hard life of the organization and we had a a yellow I would love them over the years and we kind of we would actually internally we call them season ticket members we don't think of them really as as season ticket holders but the members of a of a of a club if you will make sure get special benefits so why do you always have to speak to okay rolling out some other things not just around concessions but some other benefits for season ticket members their their folks that many of them like you I've been with us a long long time and we're there we go your gold plated and we're gonna make you are so you you should get that affected the other the other people don't give me at the lack of a national warm glow making me feel that way and and tell you what I without that little phone thing I got a little bar code on it they go look you just paying less at night yes very great yeah any letters a lot obviously we covered a ton we blew up our clock we are totally up against it now and we appreciate the wide ranging chat and obviously the empathy gene is what will take going forward to from the conversation so some for everybody to listen to so Larry nice having you back on the air and we'll see at the park today how's that will change Murfin ball it by me and it's a great talking to you again we'll see in a couple hours all right Larry Maher I came here.

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"jack clark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"jack clark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"B R dot com. Phone conversation with Marcus Thompson about the fun tonight. I mean, maybe the nuggets will fade. I mean, you know, if you look at it, there's not a huge difference team. Murph nuggets in the one seed, and then, you know, even Houston at the four or five seed, they're they're all kind of within. Yeah. I mean, it could it could change in a couple of weeks. But right now got to respect what they're doing. I'm trying to read between the Brian Murphy lines here. Are you saying that the twenty nine hundred thousand nuggets really are like the the NBA version of the seventy eight giants. Oh, is that what you're saying? Good enough to hang you like the he's still there. Jackie still doing it. Rest in peace. Oh, I just like the seventy s I do tax accounting all show in the seventy eight tell me when Hans get down to the pine tar grill and pick up Jack Clark tell you the truth Martino this. I'm not a big memorabilia on display guy. I have a couple of things up in my house. One of them was something. My dad did for me many years ago to team photo with the Niners. He had framed. It's awesome. It's got a lot of meaning. And the what I have the Jack Clark signed ball up in my living, the one Mario got us says the ripper honest because it's important to me. Speaking of seventy eight giants, I'm just having a moment. And Jack Clark does what the old school guys did which is to sign your name where you can actually read. The I read an old Yankee from the fifties might have been Charlie Silveira somebody like that what's up Sam spear said, he said, why do these kids today sign their names is like a big scribble? You say don't know. He said he knows like Madison. Bumgarner Santa ball. Yeah. Wait wha-. Who is this? I've seen it. What is this Chinese? What is this? I don't even know where this guy's really go all out and they put hall of fame. They're number older guy. You know what I mean? Wayne, everything Charlie. So somebody said what I would tell these young guys is imagine a baseball gets lost in a Bush when kids are playing then he'd go in and pull it out. And they want to see who signed it. And then tell me who side, right? I mean, I know it sounds kind of crazy 'cause nobody's playing pickup. Baseball news involves input. Is you don't know who even signed the damn ball on the other hand right now right across the bay over there Steph curry, maybe the greatest autograph of all time. It's not only is it are everything is legible. You can read his name. Have you seen his autograph? It's like a big swooping s that also gets involved in the name curry have you seen a bonding. Joe have I think it was a tax to the story. He just wrote about being a thirty year old player. I think it was in that piece. I saw check. Anyway, it looks. He's he's an except shaking step. Did you see that Davidson will not retire his jersey until he graduates a real? Yeah. So I saw that. Yeah. They want to now. He's finishing his degree right now. Good points. Dell enough though that he could retired jersey that degree that is very del article. He talks about how we were student athletes capital. Student lower case athlete, he says Davidson makes no bones about it. Hey, you were here. Davidson doesn't matter you're going through it right now. He's going to get a degree. They said did you see the thing that went viral this weekend with the UCLA use, dude? Of course, I did waiting for you UCLA gymnasts UCLA see that it went far no joke. A gymnast went went viral. I saw this her four routine is pretty. Involved to around. Well, she got a ten it went viral. And now she's like kind of a star internet stars. And I did a little thing. This more yesterday morning of catching up with her in the morning. Yeah. And she was slinging on the backpacks and off to school because I'm a student. I as a good man there. You know Westwood? Yeah. That's right. So anyway point being that Walton said that too. Claude layout and read about Steinbeck again. No, he was like he was like a that. Really wasn't even my best. I'm not even awake yet. But he was saying that like he enjoyed to read and do work in the quad. That was present at the day. We played Oregon state at paulie and they retired his reams jersey on this day. Wow. Wooden was there the whole deal and Walton got up to speak, and this is kind of before we really knew him as the now whacked out. Totally stone commentator that he is he showed signs of it. But he just went on this free form tangent about how much UCLA meant to him. That's awesome. Got here early today and took an early morning walk rice campus, young sculptors, a Saturday's like so the campus was empty I paused in the qual-. Yup. Yes. Transported back to my youth laying on spring afternoon near is a loss of textbooks. Yup. Bright minds all around me pursuing the truth. He's like this was the place where my mind opened this is the place where John wooden taught me to be a man like this was like people were weeping in the stands, and they go there. Now luau said a career he gets up goes. Thank you. Thank you very much. That's so great. That's completely crying and tears of joy and sentiment Kareem. Like, yeah. Thank you. Any kind of his case is go gas is going. Thank you very much. And we're like. Scattered applause. So anyway, that's your guy wouldn't and I will tell you before we get to ride and curry and in Tyler Murray and Adam gates.

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"jack clark" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jack clark" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Job is to be here now that's right that's right but but but i also want i also want something special for them in the biggest moments that require something most special would but what's more important than this moment this is the most special moment not just habit an an unless you're going to downgrade me and by saying that might this conversation without joe i'm joking but now with in the context of building a team is how i am thinking oh cash right and and you know there'd be a lot of times when i would mick mix up the lineup in the players are looking around on this game that were probably gonna win this is probably lineup this can apply the biggest game of the year and you know that they're there'd be a there's just difference i mean you know in all sports there's there's a time okay your qualified for the playoffs you're gonna play another game in the nfl um that's not the same players no not the same and and i'm not i'm not trying to build a philosophy around the moment on is much is i'm trying to do stig knowledge it to the point where we're trying to become this team the complain that moment all year that's what we're trying to be calm and and i i'm i'm really proud of the fact that we've played our best rugby in the game since required us to be at our best against the best and i think we've been working for all season long and we've been hard on ourselves in some ways to get there and then we been able to go into that moment an end to be biggame players when he really rim when it really really mattered an.

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"jack clark" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"jack clark" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"What is the dark side of pursuing what you've been pursuing would have been some of the costs are challenges for you know it's been a privilege man i mean i you know i had only think that way i mean i if you can be a good head coach and in really work in all the different buckets i mean be able to work operationally and that means menem budgets two administration to communications all out if you can if you can go into the sports science bargaining customize what you want to bring from that bucket to your team if you can build teams culturally if you can be a subject matter experts in your sport strategically in tactically made it you can worker crossed those though gold those various areas of work than you could probably make a lot of money in real world right and you don't that's doesn't happen in in in rugby ride admitted it happens in a few of our sports in america but not in all of our sports on so in some ways i represent the majority of sports all sport coaches and the fact that you know um you do this because the it's fun nam it so you don't feel like you're working it it fuels meaningful and significant um i i i had a busy in his career for a while and i was really good at it but i don't think it ever felt significant um but the part that dealt significant is if you had somebody working for you that all of a sudden was a bit of a rainmaker in our own all make it take care of their kids better and they could by a bigger house and then they became a hero in their own fam that felt pretty good the idea of chasing deals in making my that that didn't feel significant ever um and every day that i coach feel significant so i don't know i mean there's challenges writers phnom there's the challenges with inside the pursuit there's good teams so there's a lot of human exchanges that can be challenging arm the game itself can be you know the the luck of the bounce of the balsam times but those challenges are are are welcomed there some challenges outside of that with the administrations and in others and things outside of your control you can't ever change so.

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"jack clark" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jack clark" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Might there be some students work on a project together for for a short period of time he as you know is that aren't rotc program sugar is um but i'd like to believe that our players her you know are getting the unofficial phd in team they're they're getting a really an acute understanding of team you know they know what a good teammate looks like an and the effect that they can have they know what a bad teammate is unbearably right they i mean mean these young people were there pass on all the ten thousand hours 10year moment i'm you there they're they're becoming an expert team and especially if we if if we make that that's what we're doing here and it's going to help us winds rugby games but at the end of the day that's the thing that is going to be you know the take away i love that as really clean i've always thought that sport was away to learn more about who we are and what you added to that is the uniqueness of all sport there's no such thing for india's up for me as individual sports because it it's always a team there's never somebody that just steps out does it on their own mike they might be the only person on the court or whatever it might be but it's always a team setting as a really great way to say it okay so you've been spending most of your life in sport or coaching sport and apparently for awhile now at one of the worldclass institutions i think you said thirty years or three some years coaching here berkeley.

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"jack clark" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jack clark" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"So i completely agree with you and your i can i can wear out my welcome pointing out all the things we can do to get better some times and i i've got to arm i've got to find some balance in my coaching i need to have you come in and talk about that com it's really hard it's really hard to do define what's good young and especially when uh the adult mind you know the the the cognitive brain of ours that were straddled with his always scanning the will define what's wrong broken a dangerous and hostile that's how we survived to override that defy what's good what could be good what's amazing what's an opportunity right does take a lot of discipline to do an gillette that's the word discipline yet right does for area and so that's why we spent a lot of time thinking about we it's like the folks at work with coach carol from the seattle seahawks in the team folks that we work with about how to program and train optimism because that requires us to find what could be amazing so that when were in the trenches and it's not working we've got that mental discipline to continue to find what could work in our advantage cry as opposed to saying there it is again say werner were down by forty two points how we're going to get out of this whole we should just call it at now right take my cleats off now right now okay so do you up a way that you help people know who they are that was one of your first thoughts about how to be a great coach well i mean my my point i was trying to makes it takes a while to to really understand it i think.

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"jack clark" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jack clark" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"How does the rugby prepare people for life after sport so it the quarterbacking to use your analogy helps the if we pulled on that string it would help people be able to read a situation near the focus to see if a particular point of attack works widened their uh their focus again go back to narrow like a scanned the world and continually reiterate refined choices of a or directions of action so same for rugby what what are those uh colours while i i think that decision piece would be would be part of a bit but but rugby also has some other characteristics in the fact that you know they're they're they're aren't positional play you don't play in all on offense defense you play both um and they're are there aren't um um significant substitution so mode most times if you play you play the entire game what what that really means is that everyone's got to make their own tackles everyone's gotta do their share of the dirty work that's a very interesting lesson that no one is above the hardest most difficult nastiest parts of the game i even if you're you know even if you're a really a skill player and you're really there to to kind of direct traffic and passed the ball well and kick the ball well the fact is you're going to have to do some of the dirty work as well i think that's that's interesting you know there's a sane all skills all players and.

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"jack clark" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"jack clark" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Coaches and players um you know there wasn't an internet obviously either lira ron there was no really even look behind the curtain i can remember being influenced by george plumpton who you know road broke books he wouldn't bet himself with them you know with a football team and uh and as a writer and um and then and then share those experiences both on both via a movie end in by way of a book and i can remember being captivated by the look behind the curtain what what those players did while they are having a breakfast in the in the meal rome what they did it it practice or training um uh i i can remember being soul motivated to want to learn more and and and i began very early in my life to find my own no self worth almost through sport you know mile on my selfconfidence came from sport and it was the place in my life very early on that i i was most willing to kind of measure myself okc you played the all the traditional stick unball sports right yes like back to back the vaccine is active lack young one one season would end in the next day the other one began every once in a while there is a little bit of overlap and then how did you find rugby i you know i have a um i had an uh an assistant football coach on one time that played a little bit a rugby and i and i started you know hearing about rugby in but it was really when i came to the university of california uh scholarship football player in in rugby at always been um in importance board on our campus and a lot of football players would go play rugby i i'm still ing in in great contact with my head coach at the time his name was mike white a an might mike at a very storied uh football career both the collegiate level and also in the nfl and.

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"jack clark" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"jack clark" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Now this conversation is with jack clark and jack is the iconic rugby coach at the university of california been around the game a long time his team building abilities are considered legendary within university circles an throughout the corporate sector since becoming the head coach of the golden bear's in 1984 coach clark has led the rugby program to twenty 29 national collegiate championships so cool i mean that that's not easy to do right of course that's on easy to do but twenty nine national collegiate championships and 2000 clark was chosen as the cal's ten most influential sport figures of the 20th century okay so he's not only been around the game a long time he's influenced the game a longtime he understands team he understands culture and he understands had a also it share those and impart those wisdoms in the corporate world as well and not only has he sustain a probable level of success for a long period of time nearly three decades but he's not sick of it at all like he loves it he's still in it he's he he so in that it's like it just jumps out in this conversation it's beautiful rilya's and inject injects words what he says is i wouldn't trade jobs with anyone and i mean anyone clinical but you know he's thinking about anyone in the world and he's he loves his job that much so we get to feel um from this conversation we get the feel what it's like to really be in love with the challenge that come with helping other people become great inside of the ecosystem of a university sport team so just like with all conversations that i have with people i just hope this conversation shines a light on his brilliance and everything from how he brings out the best and players and how we scales culture and how his players are getting their unofficial phd in team that's one of the insight that's really cool from coach clark so with that let's jump right into this conversation with coach jack clark.

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"jack clark" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"jack clark" Discussed on First Take

"In dodger stadium even though i think that they'll get the hits i don't think it will be enough to beat the dodges a game seven that's where i met with it and not only that you're on your lance macao's jr is a has done an amazing job and job against the yankees remember have often dealt to the yankees for jack clark that's how that's how far back i go with the yankees and his father was like this like real live armed guy and now his son it's an amazing story already is is pitching really well in the post season where we've seen tremendous against we're not going to care about any of that if he does it show up it tonight and gave them that make showed up so far we're not going to care tonight he'd better short tonight escape seven history that we care about it did not happen obvious rewrite i've been trying to tell you that mcauley captain obvious for about a year hi guys la to be live online at stars including stephen a it'll be the first ever world series game seven dodger stadium cannot wait for that trade it away quarterback tim grappling with the niners yesterday had herzfeld bounceback was asked about why he agree to ship away tom brady's only fat first of all i have a tremendous amount of respect for jimmy i couldn't for him to give us any more than given us 49 er to get a good player there get a good person and they're getting a great he may we probably had in my opinion the best wherever wishing league two and a half years.

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"jack clark" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"jack clark" Discussed on Around the NFL

"Jack clark at southern or jack likelihood of the return of tea return of tiene of eighteen in and the jets is that he makes the playoffs so that's authority issue it's it was a bit of kind of problematic for you guys it's been a tough season when you think of arc will the segment return yes i i would be fine if it didn't but i feel it will be somehow it will somehow force it upon ourselves no i feel like i already adam right okay alright guys let's get jazz dep again for it it's like having a markers burned last year of that was a tough year from work i mean well at the browns go on and fifteen you were out in front with the vikings i was when i got back out a little personal and nobody enjoyed it you joined the least he was not fun yeah it i'd i'm not like along in for that segment to come back i don't i think there's a major like organic issues to begin with because usually happen people have to pretend to be excited about the yeah it's been a while since we all you want it's easier never the that's it we've got down all those routes in terms of breaking that had a fix it and that it just becomes convoluted whatever your own as a that how much further can one go in your multiple to i would be willing to pick it out of had but i know that other people would not be many many of this crew i kind of love that idea actually in it we take you have to get i don't i mean well i think that if we picked like i've maybe a handful of finalists that we agree really the and then you pick now all thirty two teams i had it not been rewarded getting in all this like texan bounces like its thirty two teams no one and you know what you can't complain or not trying to convince each other you can't be but you can't be later say so it's a dance faltered this is our right and will have someone else a pick maybe the person that we could we could win that person that i i really like this although i'm not i'm not making i don't.

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