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"jason gain" Discussed on Nightly Pop

Nightly Pop

07:13 min | 7 months ago

"jason gain" Discussed on Nightly Pop

"I'm married the best rapper of all time at talented legit genius. Who gave me four incredible kids. When i divorced him. You have to know. It came down to just one thing. His personality must delicious bottle of vizma. Ever seen a drinker in a heartbeat. She does look down. She talked about everything that i think people were hoping in the best world she would touch on pretty good debut pretty good. We've never talked about it on this. Now we're pretty good debut liked it. I thought she did a really good job. I think you know that she did say that comedy is rooted in truth. Yes so i think she got to be able to laugh at yourself hundred percent. It's very easy to laugh at yourself when you are worth. What did she hit billionaire status the only critique and this is just because we're on a comedy show we've discussed is the only thing is when she said that the the set of about khania. I wish she paused a little bit longer and then was like his personality. That is my only thirty. Danny you gotta stay. Kim given to be right kim. Say it's my one lee strasberg moment. I thought she killed it. I thought she looked amazing. I'm so happy she went there. Oh my god. I would wear it after her. Sweaty body took it off. Oh god we all right. Hey rod put an awkward moment while covering the baseball playoffs. When they caught the devil rays eating popcorn. Love the devil. Rays which there in sanford fran tampa bay. It reminded another very specific. Hand-feeding these razors so chill nelson cruz. So he got his buddy some popular and they started eating it during the game popcorn ready. Yeah you gotta stick. And it's not the first time that people beating popcorn in the middle of the game. No back down memory lane. Maybe that's maybe why i'm single. I took that well. I thought he i. It's yeah i mean it's embarrassing but it's the least embarrassing thing. He's been a part of the last couple of years. It's very you're very right about that. I don't think he looked past. And like else a random fact. I feel like popcorns. Having a moment a lot of people are into popcorn right now. What i you're such. A trendsetter skyrocket sales was gonna lie. I haven't seen a lot of the hot butter on test. And then if you're feeling a little freaky you put a couple in that. No no no and then it meant by the way and then also when you get down to the kernels that haven't popped him. You suck on those. Those are the sexiest they. You know. you are a nasty girl pregnant of popcorn and we're going to be like. Is there anything better than when you find a popcorn. Kernel under your car and you're like been seasoning there and then you pop it in your mouth and you're sucking on it for two days. And the rack is added to his list of jobs making his rapping debut on friday he was featured on technicians. Track face off and the reviews shall we say are mixed about dr about power. We say hundred. We devour the work hours take. What's our veins my culture with trailing jason gains desecration defamation. If you want to bring it to the message face to face now we escalating when have to use assets being on between wenham rumbling. You're gonna three mama bring drama. The king prominent extreme. Are we supposed to talk about that. Because i'm mortified okay. Do you know. I love rock. No no but this was odd. This is a good a with him that he got. I don't think so either. I think he tried. You know what it sounds like. It sounds like the guy who does musicals tried to write iraq. It's getting mixed reviews there people. Yeah there are people who don't like it and then there are people who are afraid to say they don't have not afraid to say i do not like i love the rock. Yeah like somebody doesn't mean what are we at. We're like i have to. I have to like everything you do agreed. You know what. I mean like everything agreed. There's some things never my love everything you do mom. I'm sorry. This is terrible and unnecessary. I don't know why he did this. But i also feel like oh look how you get alienated. Why do we always need to be celebrities and dry every thing because people always want to try some new. It's just like when basketball players wanna be rap. Everybody always wants to try something different. I want wanna be okay at this job in that. Set up in hollywood where. I'm nervous to say this. You know like he's one of those good me a break on the world. Unlikely friendships snoop dogg. Just invited harry and meghan over for thanksgiving dinner. We didn't get right in studio invite didn't follow up. He said harry has been balls for living his life. And how how he wants and that if they comfort thanksgiving there in for something special okay all right. What do you think that means. Do you think that dinner would go well. Do you think they would go to that dinner ever no. I don't think they're going hang if they would they would have fun. Yeah oh boy would they. They will be different from then on. I also don't love that. He says harry has big balls. I feel like megan's got all the balls in that relationship like she's the one making these tough decisions and doing these tough things like. That's every marriage. My dad would doesn't know where the kitchen is without my mom. There were years my dad even going to bank. Yeah no like my dad was like your mom. Does all this bank the supermarket. The car every single thing. My my dad picked me up from school twice. I think like a didn't didn't do it when they try. They're still asking you questions. Like does your mom yes. That's the way it is. Yeah yes with you know what to do with our like our baby turtle we look sweet and endearing because they you know baby. Turtles are so helpless. They're so sweet and cute and love on their back. Yeah and you flip the motive okay. We'll take a break honey. Who are turtle sweet this. I love the turtle. We're gonna get a little one there vicious. 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"jason gain" Discussed on The Falcoholic

The Falcoholic

08:41 min | 8 months ago

"jason gain" Discussed on The Falcoholic

"Slash alcoholic live So first off. We got cory carter with the five dollars. He says falcons fans get the worst falcons players. Come and go make that money. But the fans stay for free on our honors. that's our curse Hey but in all we pay on monetary ways. Yeah it's more like blood contract sort of thing. Dave chose very familiar ships. Yes yeah we got. Jason gains with the two dollars. He says like to see running back wing men get some opportunities. He did a good job. Filling in for saquon barkley last year. Reliable receiving option as well Also great to see. Dan quinn's cowboys. Defense choke history repeats itself. Yeah i mean. I think we all knew that. What's going on lost demarcus lawrence today to other like the future. Jeff defense is gonna be is already going to be bad. It's going to be on back to the point that when he brought up earlier they had the cowboys had zero sacks and only two quarterback hits against against brady and now they just lost their patrick. Yes yes rough. But i thought they. I thought i saw that. He may be back by november something. Just in time for the falcons. Yeah isn't that revision upwards offensive line is going to be brimming with confidence. You know game one against dan. Quinn's defense game against the falcons Zero sucks allow like the first two weeks yup steal one sack blitz. They they managed to do that against philli. I think so all right so we got finally of had one on fourth down. Yeah george stands a final leonard. Three dollars thank you george. Of course he wants to know what you're drinking tonight. I don i had this before. It's like water with the like citrusy powder berry european very qian. Fizzy orange drink. Yes very good good stuff. He says also braves twenty twenty one world series champions. Heard it here first. Who would have thought. Joe peterson was the key. Acquisition doc. peter owes it. Oh i must wrong. Yeah i don't i don't know anything about baseball so i could not tell you george. Picking the braves won the world series. Maybe next year you know when we have a back but you know the the rays have been fine. They're gonna they're gonna bridge the gap until hawks season for me because you know god knows. The falcons won't be doing. Let's maybe the falcons if the facts could just be watchable like if they could score you know twenty plus points. We could see kyle pits. Look good like you know. The offense could be like functional that be better. It'd be like okay. i could like you know. Put up a fight against the bucks lead. That'd be like decent when they're getting their butts kicked to the tune of thirty two to six. It's like okay. I don't even need to be involved with this transaction. So let's just in less than i was gonna say. I do think there was another donation earlier. Asking something about wayne goldman. I got it i i thought yeah you want to get some carries saquon. Barkley yeah i mean i like winkelmann like what cordeiro brought to the field because i don. I mean i agree. Wing almost should get some looks but cordeiro brought a nice little wrinkle office last weekend. That goes yeah. He looked he looked honestly like one of the best players on offense running the ball which is not really suffered much in chicago. Haas blocking was very good too. Yeah i mean. He's huge like i think. He has potential to be good third option. That's a union third. And i definitely think that go and didn't play because he was just signed to sarnia so i i think he's so getting the playbook down i think he will be activated this week. And i'm telling you i'm the the longer we go the more and more. I think that this team will go toward a committee. Approach with garmin davidson cordeiro. Powders yeah think so agree with you there all right and we got last donation. Three dollars from ulysses ventura. I think the bucks come in overconfident and therefore we may have a chance. I mean that's the total. That's total awesome. The bucks were uncharacteristically sloppy last week. I think they had four turnovers. So that's sort of game script. Could certainly help the falcons. It didn't stop the books from still winning against the and brady embrace. Go through for four hundred yards. I don't care about brady. I wouldn't be feeling great if i was a cowboys. Fan four turnovers off the bucks and still lost like yeah. That game was probably not as close as it appeared. It would have been. it would have been massacre of. They didn't turn the ball over bo. Brady might have set some type of season opening record or something like that. It wouldn't it would have been worse. Probably would have been very. Yeah all right well before we get out of here want to thank all of my wonderful co hosting guests first of all our special guest andrew. Her she is at andrew hirsch on twitter andrew. Anything you're working on anything. Let the people know about not right now. you know. i'm i'm happy to be here with you. Guys would love to come back. Appreciate the opportunity. Here you know. It was working in football before. I'm trying to be a little more active on twitter. Now with the football season wrapping up. So look forward to chatting with you guys over there. Yeah absolutely yeah. We'll definitely have you back on man. That's a workout. A time where dave be two for sure i know man. He's jiggle. that antenna the yeah. Yeah exactly. he's got to get those out there to get back up again at all upward cold up. David like in september. I think it's like twenty five up there now. Yeah yeah he was sending something today about killer. Muskrats weasels or something. They hunt porcupines animal. Yeah yeah that sounds. Wild man does not help like he doesn't help himself by this narrative that lives in the wilderness. He's like oh. Yeah i know this like huge weasel while i was writing today or something. Like yeah they they porcupines for fun or dislike casually like saying roy. I don't remember ever like seeing a porcupine down here. Oh no. I've never even seen a porcupine much less capable down a porcupine an civilization where we live your civilization. Yeah all right. Well thanks again. Andrew will absolutely have back on as the season goes forward also with us. Tonight we had non eckrich at say which way on the twitter's down anything you'd like to plug. Yes checkout on saturday. I read an article every week. Detailing the series history between the falcons and their opponent and I write up article looking at the scenarios of what what happens if we win. What happens if we lose. And i've fantasy sudden dud going every monday so check that. Yeah yup yup definitely check that out guys four sure also with us tonight eric robinson he is on twitter at espn eric. I'm sorry it's at underscore underscore routes eric anything that you're working on either at espn. Or otherwise that you'd like to look kevin. Yeah i had to get at least one took. Yeah be on the lookout for upcoming articles. One big question that the falcons are facing this week as well as the game preview for sunday's blood-bath against the books for that eric. Will you make us pay for the paywall when you start writing articles on. Espn is it like all gonna be on espn plus through this. Go through person to get eric. It's gonna be it's gonna be harder to get arrogant and that is like yeah. You know line do this many i. It was tortured. Matt isn't torture the past couple of days. Because i had to watch. Eagles highlights allow the now. Oh no yeah so sorry. So sorry all right. Finally we have director of guest personnel. Evan birch for the very easy to remember add. Evan burchfield.

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"jason gain" Discussed on The Falcoholic

The Falcoholic

07:57 min | 9 months ago

"jason gain" Discussed on The Falcoholic

"To impress as that one twitter account. The news. updates is very much hammering. Home that new burner. I should've. I should've known evan rain. That account you're onto me now. Your news updates to count solely dedicated to ryan newsletter. You have to respect it but kevin. Yeah yeah no. that's fine. i should've i knew it was you based on you know all the smileys and the yes i agree with you there for sure Before we get to evans takes on offense. Let me read off a donation from jason gains with three dollars. Jason jason. thank you so much man. We appreciate that he says. I vehemently disagree with cutting. Jv and hawkins. I think he's nfl. Running back also disappointing to see austin trammell cut. Wanted him on the practice squad. Kirk banker is playing well for the packers could've should've kept him around his quarterback to so far i do not trust terry fonteneau. Yeah i mean. We'll have to see all these players pan out you know in the regular season but yeah i mean i was definitely surprised by those cuts as well so definitely something to monitor going forward. All right evan. What's a takeaway from you on the offense from since you guys covered off the line in me tom ryan newcastle would be a little too obvious. Also frank darby was nice to see him he's been kind of a fan favorite going into preseason and then finally got to actually showcase some he had two catches onto targets for twenty seven yards But one Long fourteen You look pretty good. i. I'm expected more from the wide receiver. Depth to kinda step up because it seems like once you get past I mean you know. Ridley engage or safin It gets kinda you know thinking there's not like a whole lot there So maybe in the next game that'll be a big battled watch like between christian blake taj sharp in the last game. Look better than this. He had some drops. Especially the one i think of is the franks one where i mean. He launched it at him. But at the goal line gotta make the play would have been a touchdown But yeah you know. I guess frank darby is what i'll go with your agree. It was nice to see darby get involved. Get some some catches some nice gains because he was starting to sort of fall off the map where it was like this guy gonna make the roster is even going inside impending wide receiver. Four basically right. Yeah we need to turn right so you know we still have next you know this weekend. So yeah yeah. I definitely agree there. It was nice to see darby make some plays. Because i think the coaching staff would like to give him the fifth wide receiver spot. But he's got his show something to to get it over christian blake and i'm still not sure he's showed enough. You know we'll see this. Last game was probably gonna be big for him. I think tasha sharp is pretty much locked up. Why receiver four base on where. He's playing the fact that he's making plays every week. I mean he. He's a one of the only like established veteran receivers on the technically the most veteran like each wise right. maybe other than kevin ridley. Yeah but calvin really engage maybe one or two more years than him but otherwise he's very much in that sort of so i think he's pretty clear and he'll get know regular snaps but why receiver five wide open christian blake frank darby's certainly in the mix there and no longer austin travel in the mix to migrate disappointment so sad to see that but roland roland christmas role and still alive. He needs to win the return job probably to make it though doesn't look like that's happened but we'll see but odd on what's an offensive takeaway you have from this going to go the door because he had the highest grade but you know since we'd Talk to darby and offense of line. All circle box caleb. Huntley he had a big touchdown run overall. Nine point five yards per carry in this game. All look looks good. Looked fast in you know like kevin mentioned earlier. He looked a lot faster than it's already time. And that matters a lot more on an actual football field. You have the ball in your hands as opposed to you. Know just sprinting. Down are down forty yard track at the nfl combine. so yeah. i definitely think that this performance With huntley is probably would solidify jalen hopkins getting cut so early and you know i think right now he he definitely does have probably inside Being that running back for yeah yeah. I totally agree there I thought huntley was was the most impressive. And i think i thought hawkins was impressive. To honestly i mean. He didn't really get an opportunity until the very end of the game which was kind of sad but and honestly that probably tells us what we need to know about why he got cut. But yeah i mean huntley. I think has performed better than any of us. Sort of thought he might. I mean i think we knew he would be in the mix but he's sort of seized running back for and it looks like he's he's pretty much taking control of that race for that last spot so i'm excited to see what he can do if he ends up getting any snaps at all this year. If he's sort of a stash guy as like the fourth running back who maybe plays on special teams but Yeah definitely good for him making his making himself known. And carving out maybe spot on the roster as an undrafted free agent at any position. That's that's impressive. So we'll see how the form this final too but yeah my takeaway you guys. I gave you guys. You know the first opportunity. But i'll i'll go with fleet bay. Franks because i think he had an opportunity in this game with. Aj mccarron leaving to play with the twos and show that. Hey look. I can be the backup quarterback and he did not do that if anything he. He made it clear that he's not ready to be a second string quarterback at this point and i still think like there's a decent chance that the team just sort of keeps him as the qb to and we're going to hope you never has to play. But i think honestly he's not ready yet and that shouldn't be surprising. I mean it's definitely like we. I went on the faculty podcasts. I think i made the bold prediction. That franks would be the key to and you know. I think maybe that was a to be prediction. So i'm sure you guys wanted the spicy take but in reality like it's very difficult for an undrafted free agent to come in and be a backup quarterback like immediately it. It doesn't happen very often. So i think they're still potential with france. I do still think he'll probably be the practice squad quarterback if only because his his running ability in his dual threat ability made him an excellent practice squad quarterback because he can help the falcons prepare for those types of running quarterbacks better. You know the practice cut quarterback to sort of simulate. The opposing quarterback so having a guy with that sort of skill set is valuable there. I think he's you know his his talent. His athleticism makes him worth developing and seeing. Maybe if he can take the job in in a year or two but It was disappointing to see him. Get the chance that he was probably hoping for and he just did not perform. Well i mean he had a couple of drives that looked good but and he definitely got again drops and that's kind of deal with debris with the preseason but you know sad to see frank's really take control that job. And that's why we have. Josh rosen and pro. We have another quarterback actually being on the roster when the season starts so Let's shift gears here to the defensive side of the ball.

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"jason gain" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

03:09 min | 9 months ago

"jason gain" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

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"jason gain" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"jason gain" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Just interested in your thoughts. It's going to be solved. It's not going to be solved. How serious it seems to me. Very unfortunate to have a really good team have to sit out a week and then plated first game if they're from georgia for example in washington state in home games in college. Football is is really really about. Yeah i read that about jason gain. He was right about that That's the flow right now. Billie and i think it's convenient reason why they're moving on that. They don't know what to do with all these contracts. I think they should just blow everything up and and start from scratch. But i think it's a terrible idea to to go to a neutral sites on the second week You know the neutral site games are not even great for the semifinals and the finals. But they certainly don't need to be played Weeks two and three to preserve the the bowl system. Well yeah initially they are remembering. You understand this They have contracts with all these bowl games. And i think that's the only way going to placate down but my feeling is. Hey guys thanks. Thanks a lot but this is how we're doing it but you know every time you think the college football leaders take a big step forward They back up a little bit. Okay listen i question about mississippi. I've to foot the question. Of course i question. What makes the women's golf team so good at all. Almost coach must be great. That's usually wh a. And i'm certainly not a golf expert. But normally it it is because of that there are also a lot of. I think a couple of things may golf teams. Great the coaches critically important. Also the locale. Where do you practice. What type of courses do you have access to. And i think that's always important factor and whether Let me i mean if you went to play golfing in the philadelphia area. You can only play a much shorter amount of time. Where if you go to if you go in this sippy You can be out there. Maybe ten months out of the year kids sport and well uh it it it usually it has been. Yeah golf right now. And it's you know the There are exceptions. Of course. But i i mean you you you learn how to play golf at about four years old. I mean with professional tutors and golf camp. It's hard to roll out of bed and become a professional golfer. that's interesting its final question about football team. You were talking on a number of weeks ago about teams that might breakthrough arkansas and missouri. Were to to mention and you know a few years ago. I would have put ole miss and those two schools kind of in the doghouse are struggling to the fifty fifty seasons and i wondered what ole miss is not doing or am i missing something. I'm sort of almost fans. Yeah well i think what they're trying to do. Shore up the defense The defense has been the problem at all miss for a couple of years and last year. The offense you know really could play with anyone in the country. But the defense couldn't couldn't stop teams They had elite against auburn. They had elite against lsu and they lead both of those games getaway. The alabama game was attract me but they have a good defensive coordinator dullness. He's a former maryland head coach but ultimately they just they need better player. I mean they're getting them but I'm not sure they have enough broker. Thank you bill. Good to hear from you. Pleasure william is up next in louisiana. Hello william you're on the air. I like to talk about the toolman playoff deal. Sure and like you know how like it's like it's twelve million.

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"jason gain" Discussed on A Doctor's Perspective Podcast

A Doctor's Perspective Podcast

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"jason gain" Discussed on A Doctor's Perspective Podcast

"If i was to offer any suggestions it's going to be look leading metrics not trailing ones so one of the things that you're going to see today that's going to predict how your business health too extra now not the things that you're measuring today. Two weeks ago at that point. It's too late. it's too late it. Oh it's too late to say something's not working or it's too late to say i need to turn this knob over here a little bit more To be able to do it and it could be that if you're in a new practice that doesn't have enough patience. It could be simply how many leads came in. And what were the conversion on those leads. And if you're not doing well enough in your marketing you change it. It could be that if you're a huge practice that you know is book with a two week waiting list question becomes then as what what your conversions. Look like at that point in. Are you seeing more people but making less money which is very very common. Businesses get larger. It's this really interesting phenomenon where you got more patients booked in your schedule but you know you're you're less profitable than you were before and so it's making sure that the people who do end up making it through the gatekeepers are actually appropriate referrals. Because funny how much more you actually have to make to recoup the cost of the next assistant or the next doctor that you have to hire. It's not twenty more people usually. It's a substantial amount more to make it really profitable which is why finding your point of scale makes sense. Because let's say you're a five hundred thousand dollar practice and you make a hundred thousand dollars at the end of the year automatically. We think we have a million dollar practice. We'll have two hundred thousand dollars at the end of the year and sometimes it's not the case. Sometimes you double in size and you have less retained earnings and that next profitability. Point might not come to one point two or one point four or two million dollars and you wanna work that hard Exactly you know my my friend. Jason gain who has a podcast called community made has an episode called. Scaling is stupid. And it's one of my favorite episodes to go back. And when i think that you know my ego is making me think that my business needs to be bigger for the face value of saying that i have a practice with fifteen locations in twenty specialists. That's getting a check. I always go back and give a lesson because there's some great words wisdom in their roofing because you made a comment several times. How do you know is there any wrong way to define your cultural fit like. Does that mean you can have like happy. We make jokes type of practice. Some people are super serious. When you walk in you like what's going on. Is that the cultural. We're talking about or is there certain things. Yes that's it though. If you have a super serious you don't hire the the the jovial wants to chat and get in everyone's face kind of person if you have a super happy type of culture you don't want to hire someone who's going to look down on you know that kind of stuff. It's it's really figuring out the the business that you want to build in the culture that you want to build on the data interactions that you want those people to with your customers in your your patients find the ones that it's their life is their life's goal to do that because there's so many of us that are out that are motivated. You know in different ways in. It's just finding the right ones. And i believe it i. It might come to me as i was as talking about it but a friend of mine has a great hiring practice and put out job post in..

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"jason gain" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

Psychology of Entrepreneurship

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"jason gain" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

"Not all those things can contribute to it. One thing that nearly all suicidal people feel which is what I spoke about in the article is they feel despair, and if you break the word despair into D., S. P. A. I, R., A. Feel unpaid with reasons slip. They feel hope less without a future help. Less power less use less worth less meaning less, and when they all combine. They feel pointless in a pair with death. To take the pain away. I know interested in living in the now of now. Shit or the rest of us are Ford focused. My work and what I believe is if you want to understand who you are at the core, intellectually and emotionally, there's only one place to go into your past. That is the place that holds every key to who you are and who you're going to be whether you like it or not. You, but in Australia being busy seen as a badge of being successful. Is defined that if I'm busy, I have no idea what's going on, and I'm running around like headless chicken. I found that every time I was busy that if I just took a break. I came back and everything was almost better. Nothing had changed, but I think the perspective almost made it, Beto. So how to consolidate that? I feel like I should be taking a break, but every time I do. I feel guilty. The balance inside my head. Trust me mental sometimes. So Philip. You know what I've just realized. That I've kept myself busy going from one project to the next. Thoughts? And anyone who's super-busy. Anyone is filling their lives. Every inch of the lies is running from something. All of them ask you to do is to consider stopping and turning about. Because you will not, you will not be able to rush. It would eventually catch up with you, and it will manifest itself physically mentally emotionally, and it will come out. And data selfish particular when you choose to have bring children into this world when you choose to be a leader, I believe that we have a moral obligation to work on the ship that we're afraid to work, because whether we like it or not were wondering up where packaging we're putting. A Beautiful Red Boehner were passing into next generation, this theme of leaving the world a better place and you found. It has been a common theme throughout the conversations that we've had with the guests. Guests on the series in volume fourteen David Cohen had this to say about what drives him. Now I believe you get a short period of time in that's it and so do something good with your time here but it's back to human relationships right if if you can leave the world a little bit better than you found it on that sort of all, you can ask of anyone right. You know when when people say. Why did you create techstars when it usually say is? You know because I believe that entrepreneurs make the place I believe that innovations make the world a better place, and in volume to Dr Sherri. Willing gave this advice to listen is when talking about burnout among entrepreneurs as entrepreneurs. as we as we grow and mature are finding wise that are about more than I've got this thing to work out. Or have this drive in pain inside of May but are about things that bring us joy. That make the world better, I mean. These hundred of lofty, and I feel like I could roll my eyes at my own self, but when we think about it at the end of our lives, we're going to take stock of like. How did we spend our time and the questions that we're going to ask is what what did I do. That was important. How did I make my? My life better. How did it make other people's lives better? How did I experience joy? How did I? How many beautiful sunsets did I see? How many heart problems that I saw that made me satisfied and made me proud of myself I think maybe the question that we don't ask like houses going to play on the deathbed. That's that's the question, ask. What are we going to regret? What are we going to be sad that we missed? When our time is up. So for a lot of reasons, we feel like we are alone. I've heard Jason Gain on. Say this on his podcast. About how most people feel alone even when they are in a marriage. Why do we feel alone in those positions? Even though we have people around us, like as an example, I have team, I have a great partner. What why is it that? Why is it that initially I would feel like this? Whole thing was my own journey and. Was My. Just my cross today so to speak. Let me. Be Very honest. There are still times that I feel alone. But pops happen less and less often these days because I think I'm starting to like myself just a little bit more than I used to. We don't like ourselves so many of us don't like ourselves says we're afraid of how humanity judges, but humanity will never judges way judge ourselves, so we spent so much time and energy looking good on the outside, pretending happy on facebook every single day, and very few of us are willing to actually look at the Great Bali that will ever meet ever that meets us in the fucking mirror every single morning over lives, and if we can, if we can deal with that womb thing which just st without one. Bully everything else look after stuff because I believe to my core that we give ourselves what we feel we deserve and when you wake up in the morning, you've got the greatest vision board on Earth and you look at that you stare at that and you tell yourself you deserve. You use mantras to try and bullshit your brain that you're going to achieve this leaving aside the challenge, not most people create goals. And and wanted chief things that are not belong to themselves. That's a whole conversation, but leaving that aside. You tell yourself you want something money. A yard or relationship love sex whatever it happens to be, but every step you take out of that bed into. The universe into the world. You're seeking to validate how you feel about yourself. So what ends up happening is sabotage starts to appear. So you want the money you want to success, but you make decisions that look. Almost polar opposite what you want, and then you go on. Canadian. How can you make that mistake? You stupid idiot and think about the energetic nature, and how you speak about yourself and you. The disdain that humanity house says is. The saddest thing I on the motion all because I've experienced that myself. I was the cruelest person on earth to myself, and I see it every single day, and it's fucking tragedy and yet so many of us are so deeply lonely, which is a pandemic in the world, and we're only because we're waiting for. Mr Rydin Mr Mrs Rice and yet we don't have any really many many of us don't ever real quality relationship with ourselves. Which.

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"jason gain" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"jason gain" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You're going to have to get one I'm just giving you a twenty two hundred dollar head start air conditioners in the desert only last about eleven years if your not sure how old your system is I'll send out to get a technician for free determine the exact age of your system but no matter what you get twenty two hundred dollars for your older catcher when you trade it in on a new five star system get a G. O. E. T. T. at twenty two hundred field mice well do you eat T. T. L. do things right it's hard Los Angeles county now has longer fire seasons with faster moving intense wildfires nine one one medical emergencies over fifty percent over ten years a paramedic squads of increased only five percent measure F. D. is a six cent per square foot partial tax to hire and train more local firefighter paramedics upgrade aging communication tools firefighter safety gear and life saving rescue equipment measure of D. as LA county fires first funding measure since nineteen ninety seven learn more about measuring the we are LA county fire dot org paid for by LA county fire KFI is giving away a thousand dollars every hour cool to refill your wallet after the holidays and I just want a thousand KFI listen to KFI am six forty for the winning key were every weekday at twenty after every hour between five AM and seven PM on KFI radio station everywhere on the this is the most Kelly show our annual Grammy spectacular I'm joined in this deal by Jason gains one Winans Lisa winds.

"jason gain" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"jason gain" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To do right now Jason gains one Winans Lisa Winans and Tommy Sims all of them have connections to the Grammy awards in the denominator they've won if you tell me you you big dog you know one song of the year Ali this week I don't know if we're allowed to even sit in your presence right song of the year Tommy only come on now but I mean there is the prestige of the awards and there's also the other side of that coin where there's a reality of the politics of the Grammys and how it shows itself reveals itself in either the nomination process or the choosing of the winners now publicly we know that the Grammys are voted upon by a voting academy of music professionals without getting too deep in the weeds other voted on by their peers ostensibly but still there are political allegiances and alliances which may weigh upon who gets nominated or who ultimately is chosen is there any truth to that I'm going to call you out Lisa am I just making it up as I'm going right now or is there any truth to that I think there's a lot of truth to that and that's even something that Deborah brought up in her in her complaint when you say Dever we're talking about Deborah do good who was of now former recording academy CEO who was fired just days ago yeah yes she alleged that I think they were out of the twelve thousand there thirty out new artists were picked and put on the ballots that were nominated by the general public so that is something that you know say that again for the best new artist category it is done mostly by committee yeah and she's saying that there were there are kind of goes committees that add people to the nominations that weren't voted on by their peers why would they do something like that Lisa because they maybe these artists had or these labels have relationships with people in the Grammy awards so it's kind of like you know hook my friend up we know that there are still pristine and there is still I would say a monetary value to winning a grand or even just being nominated by Grammy so you're saying Lisa or it's it's not beyond the realm of possibility that their other interests at play I would not say that it's beyond the realm of possibility be it in the in these are things that are at this point alleged these are all a late like allegations is that where we are with this yeah we're it allegation is so I guess there's going to be some sort of investigation or whatever it is internally and then maybe we get the external kind of results of that as we move forward I think is out three three investigations out of got it going investigators are being investigated in them is just turned into a yeah I you know I'm I'll be interested to see how all of this plays out because I have always I don't know enough personally about how the pre nomination process because that's what it sounds like she's describing a lot of what happens before yes we actually hear who is quote unquote not correct so I don't personally know enough about it as a musician and as a person in the community I'd be interested to to learn more in here more I have always personally enjoyed my experiences with Maris as a voting member and etcetera and dumb and like Tommy said earlier which I think is really important it wasn't until I that became a member got nominated got into the community that I saw the work the nearest does in communities around the country for aspiring students musicians that is what really blew my mind you talk about Grammy in the schools ran in the schools and the money that they give to programs music for all of us theirs programs that please give that isn't really was I opening to me because for me growing up I saw them but it's just an award show to me is the I can see like you said Stevie perform and I don't have to buy a ticket I just turned eighteen that's an amazing thing for kids who just loves music but when I became a part of the community I saw the work that they were doing around the country and sometimes around the world and I thought this is really phenomenal but I will you know I'll keep my eyes open to is to what is happening behind the scenes because I think it is important in any area where where there's the cat me for pictures whatever it is for there to be transparency and fairness I try to exalt the idea of fairness in my own life I think we all aspire to do that let me ask you as a voting member what categories do you vote on and what categories are you allowed to vote on so I will say as of I think as a voting member you vote on all the categories I think is is a six yes No six got it okay about how you can vote for the top four and you can vote with in your experience you can vote with the you're cannot take that but then everybody gets to vote for the big the big warning yeah yeah not one of the year just click clean it up there it leads to balance the first ballot your limited as far as who you can vote for as far as the nominations but as far as the winners I think you have more freedom if I'm not mistaken yes I believe that is the case but final ballot find about yes yeah that's the technical term for a final battle it what do you think then as you hear Tommy living then come to you what do you think that when you hear about these allegations and they are just allegations but it does call into question the authenticity my word of the awards which should be given out in just days excuse me hours at this point god absolutely does in and and in the it's it's a it's a righteous call in my opinion because you know probably the general public may not know I even tend to forget sometimes that it is a non profit organization which which is to say it's an organization organized not to profit it's it's it's organized to serve above all else and it serves a particular community so you know when you get into these sort of murky waters of subgroups who get to vote outside of the parameters voting you know respond the voting regularities and all these types of things it has to be called I mean I think these things have to be called into question because at the end of the day it's a service group yes or no answer Tommy does that make you look at your own Grammy differently I mean not not really not necessarily and only from the standpoint of I didn't think I was supposed to win anyway so so you will give me yesterday the the reality for me was wow they they they pick they actually picked our song because as we were discussing before the category that we were in who was up against you do you remember baby face twice in the same category and Diane Warren who killed song of the year many times and then Tracy Chapman mmhm so we were newbies we we would that we would that we were the babies we were the newbies on the scene and I just I just was convinced a man we got a we got to put in a few more years we got a few more songs to come across the table before we walk the stage when we come back Jason I want to bring you back into this conversation we said newbies I tend to think of you as far as you have far more of your career ahead of you then behind you and I want to get your thoughts about where this whole business is going because when I was in the business we were actually just dealing with CD's and people bought albums what people don't do that anymore not at all some curious to get your input as far as what this business landscape looks like can you do that from when we come back I can try all right that's all this is the most Kelly so are Grammy spectacular KFI am six forty will live everywhere on the I heart radio app now to the news from Ford update law enforcement officers tactics church in LA to remember remember off to the LA county sheriff's detective amber least two was struck and killed after helping an elderly woman across the street the woman who saved also attended today's services quite a Rico's been hit by another significant earthquake the USGS says a magnitude five point oh quake struck near indios areas been dealing with a swarm of quakes since December thirty first former governor brown wants to know who's trying to sell his dad's memorabilia related to the assassination of JFK private letters and other items that have a long to Edmund G..

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"jason gain" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"jason gain" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Annual Grammy spectacular joining me in studio and they know the Grammys in various capacities Jason gains one Winans Lisa Winans and Tommy sands and before the break Tommy I was talking to you about what you thought about the Grammys as you were coming along if you were look warm to the organization I guess with the perception of the awards then you write this song change the world for Eric Clapton wins the Grammy Award for song of the year nineteen ninety seven put me in your shoes at that point what did it feel like what was it like and what did lead to after that it was it was a surreal experience by far you know and I I should go back to maybe before I I became sort of I guess you could say somewhat disenchanted with with with the whole X. the end of the whole thing as a kid like all of us I mean we tuned in righteously to the Grammys because it was back then it was one of the only few places you're going to see Stevie Wonder you know do his thing and so you know I was I was a fan of it I got in the business it's more about the music then the awards all that classic stuff then we get nominated and I'm thinking to myself do I tend to I nodded to and what kind of message is that sending my wife at the time convinces me that it's a good idea if if you attend this war because if you don't mind I'll be your wife so we want to we want to go she wanted to go all her pals were going so we when we did the whole thing we got the award a year or so after that my good friend miss Susan Stewart and a couple of other folks from the national chapter invited me on the board in and in this type of thing and I begin to see the work you know and begin to see okay there's real stuff going on here with this organization outside of just the war outside of just the way that you know that the show the gala and so but the net effect for me was there was a real before and after on a business level you know people some people knew you know who I was in sort of that I was some of my career was very fragmented it was sort of is he a bass player is here is a programmer is the a song writer is the producer and sold the Grammy thing sort of I think it helped a lot of people at once get real familiar with me and the fact that I had the ability to write songs and not just play bass but it didn't fundamentally change career overnight it it changed my career in some ways overnight I will say for the better or for the worse for the better I would say mmhm but as you said you know that I was in sort of the hottest light did you can be on the Grammys in in not everybody has that spot in that spotlight even if they get nominated even if they win one some some people are on the pre tell I've you know one in the pre telecast in you know that's the debts of been experience all its own so people don started up there for people dot now they only give away maybe fourteen fifteen awards in the televised portion but they'll give away another seventy to eighty in the pre telecast which is directly before the live presentation go ahead I'm sorry Thomas yes so so it it did have an effect I you know I sort of want to to remember it as best as I can it it definitely had an effective before an after effect and that started to make me see kind of a different value or place a different value on it again not about walking across the stage and and and grandstanding and and and and all of that it was more about wow a lot of business that I had hoped would come to the table came to the table after that that particular award eight one I know you're in a family where Grammy awards I guess like books on a shelf there probably like you think with their their everywhere and and I know you grew up in in an environment where music in a wars were probably pretty commonplace in on all levels did you have any feeling about the Grammys as you begin your career personally as I think some as I as I started in really fell in love with which I didn't start singing until I was about sixteen seventeen and I but then I started to shortly after as we were making the one in space to record and I and I got into the studio people like Narda Michael Walden and baby faces some other people I started to fall in love with with song writing and so that was really for me like all my gosh you can and I started to remember moments where I saw my there writing songs and then later would hear those songs that and I thought OK a song actually has the power to go out and change the world and help people in in in touch people as I fell in love with that conceptually but but the idea of I'll be honest this might sound strange but there weren't Grammys around is far back as I can remember because I was probably four or five six maybe when my dad won his first Grammy Award and then we went to the ceremony at one point I think maybe for his last one and so it was it was common in it was fairly normal but as I got into the industry as an artist I started to have a little bit more respect because it became contextualize at the it's not like coincidental you don't like that everyone's always on yeah yeah you actually started to gain more respect and and and admiration if you will for the impact that they had had in music and in the industry it started to say okay so they've actually gained a lot of not so much approval but the respect of their peers that's how I kind of see the ward is it the people that you write songs with your your colleagues if you will your peers think that you're doing a good job well that's any given year you know that's a very nice treatment of the positive value and impact of the Grammys but when we come back on the other side of the brain the curtain yeah side of the issue we're gonna talk about some of the things which are less discussed about how the Grammys can help or hurt someone's career yeah this is the most Kelly show joining is to do right now Jason gains one wine and so you just heard Lisa ones and also Tommy sands we're talking about the good the bad and pretty soon the ugly of the Grammy awards in this our annual Grammy spectacular KFI am six forty will live everywhere on the I heart radio app Michael.

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"jason gain" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"jason gain" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Down the best compliment of my whole life or it was the biggest slam of my whole life in the physical thing was it yeah I want I didn't know that it was because I had to look it up I term before but the compliment wise you are the greatest glow up I've ever seen greatest blow up all right hello what does she mean blow up it was on social media honor her on Instagram page and it was like I don't need the video that I had we had posted but it was like something that I had done yeah and actually to me it sounds like a compliment so I thought because it's in you know we are self deprecating so when I see glow up I think well that's a typo and then I realized wait a minute glow up so I urban dictionary it and the the definition of glow up according to urban dictionary is going from this you can see why this is maybe the the biggest slam ugly duckling two beautiful swan it's our it's it's both I don't know it I thought a glove when I first she said that like like glowed like glow glowing aha yeah and if it was even not not a physical time which that's why was I thought it would be like she makes the show like in a glove the room yeah yes not pulling hi better because you might have been the weight loss thing I'm sure that it probably was but I thought well what the hell bad back then yeah yeah I know twenty five pounds but still yeah and so then you can eat we can go further our you know on the on urban dictionary into other ones were like from zero to hero all the way from the bottom to like near the top right and so I just thought well I I don't know how to feel because it's great and I'm happy about it but then it also really hurts so I don't know mais me of saying Katie saying Matt let looks fantastic yeah technically if we didn't know at Matt's pass yeah we wouldn't go up to him and say look fantastic no does maybe no one on earth to say we ran safe from what he did right right look right now so what point you are in that scale don't you know I'm saying if you were ugly duckling do a lot better now right because she comparing it from originally or if you walk into the room would you be fantastic I don't I'm not sure because I mean the definition is what you were before from what you were before now you look good and if you need to if you need a reminder it is the definition of blow up from ugly duckling all right beautiful swan right I mean I would take it as a lease now you're not ugly duckling yeah but I mean how far does this person thought would not twenty five pounds fairly thick in the positive matter I would take in the positive manner okay and say like wow I've I'm going in the right direction looking good and you have the potential to be hot Katie of any woman I know dress is the most appropriate for her body what I mean is there's other people I know that where someone might leave I would not be changed so this picture before picture is something that she would never wear tight tank top was a tank top and a pair of what I thought at the time did you know when you look back you think I'm I was I thinking I thought that those shorts I was wearing at the time were flattering I really did yeah otherwise why would I have worn those two up a photo at two a take a picture you know yeah and I just was standing there and a tank top now look you're never I tight tank top right never making a great face they never take it from a great angle but I think it's reflective of how I was feeling at the time and didn't know it yeah I would say is real quick Jason it was the most disturbing photos if you that's a lot of photos yeah my braces that one time no but you weren't you were dressed appropriately all right so you made a big transformation I don't want to come across route it's worse to anybody that used to be fat that is now skinny but I have come to realization and I can't help it is the way my brain works yeah that when I see there's a girl I'm not gonna say her name okay but she has gone from like she used to be it looked like two hundred something pounds like nothing now I don't know about you know I'm talking about I do we're talking about you but you probably do okay and I actually remember going into a place in the area where she works in thinking in my mind like guys to quickly move girls hot like that girls hot and I'm like she's not and then that same girl that's hot posted on Facebook what you look like before and I permanently when I see her now really I can't get out your heads it's like I'm torn back and forth I'm like you top I can't take it I can't take a you know if you go back to that not only not only that it's like I get these flashes in my head even though she's standing there hot of the I'm not one to tell you that while I hate every single word that is coming out of your mouth yes I do because it's rude and it's her just saying the truth it is the reason I was having so much yeah Tatian to pose as I thought yeah I look differently now but you can see what about that how can I see that I think I came to see the after you can't well I told Katie to suppose that they'd be a lot of compliments if I posted a picture like that but you know even losing weight are you so gross amount of fat a or whatever or Jason gain weight I don't think that's true I maybe some maybe some so I will say it's not only like that I sometimes get with that with guys to not that I think this guy the tractive it's just I see the guys skinnier now if something's off it's like the flashes of the old mess it up yeah I think I and I don't know what it is in there sometime from like you know what I think and like a little bit fatter at this they couldn't hurt sometimes too hi am would help yeah if Katie could maintain what she's doing right now I feel like I've I and maintaining a healthy what we're talking.

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"jason gain" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"jason gain" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"I've covered all of these bases in my writing. Do you have something thing like that Craig. Do you have a a list or maybe a few key routines that you always go to when you're communicating imprint yeah I see when communicating and you're talking about day to day or writing a book 'cause there's a quite a bit of difference there well. I think we could start with day to day because I think most for most people that's going to be there you on that much more often than they're going to be writing a book sure so when you say lists high make I make this sometimes mental sometimes written down of what I need to accomplish in a particular day in a particular particular week. There's a tremendous amount of tools available now. Microsoft has all kinds of tools to help you facilitate organizing is your new day. and I and I do that when I as I mentioned earlier when I'm gonNA write something often sometimes I will write a draft and then let it sit a general Stanley McChrystal who many of your audience members may have heard of He was a commander in Afghanistan. Dan got cross ways with President Obama at one point but he wrote a couple of books after he retired in one of the things he talked about. Was this what he called the thirty percent solution. I think it was called the thirty percent solution where when you write something down you're only thirty percent of the way there are you need to then get up and walk away from it and then come back later and and read it and and just like the philosophy of command I spent several weeks tweaking that over time to to make sure it was tight shot group as I possibly get and targeted on my audience it you know in a in a Qasem kind of way you can apply that kind of approach in your daily life in communicating in in writing things whether you're writing a book over time or you just sent an email out is what exactly do I need to convey in the most just concise way and how do I capture my audience in the first sentence or if I'm speaking in the first few thirty seconds if you don't capture your audience in the first thirty seconds or in the first sentence first paragraph you're probably GONNA lose them and they're not gonNA. They're gonNA wander off yeah even if they don't physically move their mind is going to wander off yeah yeah. It's I talk about. It's with Jason Gain who wrote the book mastermind dinners. I've listened to some of his podcasts and he has said essentially he will have a he doesn't like to have conversations over email but when he has to write he he makes a point of breaking up his message passage into bite size chunks for busy officials so you know he'll start off with. Hey I'm hosting this event. Would you like to come to it and that's all he says and then their response dictates whether or not he pursued that further next thing and it's just it's just an example of one thing yeah I've learned to do. I've learned to keep this list of things. I've learned to say you know I've learned to use the journalists who what where when why and how you know to to to to talk to people in print because otherwise as you said if you don't get them in that first few sentences you definitely not get a get him in the third or Fourth Paragraph Yup Yeah we get we get onslaught of advertising on social media and email and everything else and when I get these very very long solicitations if they didn't capture me in the first sentence for the first paragraph I just hit delete move on. I just stopped time yeah no and it and it really I mean I think even the most the people who have the most bandwidth in terms of time you know people who really don't have anything to do still don't read things that when they get to the end a bit they're like well. I wasn't interested in anything I just read so the next message I get that I'm GonNa read that whole thing too that they they tend to you. Tend to get on a on a on a mode of dealing with that so that unless that first sentence or two hooks you you know you just just like you said you just you just hit delete delete delete map one other thing I wanted to mention. I've got a little story here. That sort of is gonNA is GonNa testify somewhat to what you're saying here Craig. I'd just like to get your feedback on it more than anything else but I I once worked for in a job for a very demanding and impatient civilian employer and I've told the story in fact. I can't remember if I told the story in in my current booker in my previous one the story is that basically I was in a sales role there air and this employer had such an itch to hear that you know the appointments were being set and sales are being made that even on days when I was in the office by myself they would send me messages to find out how things were going. You know sort of micromanaging micromanaging. I guess is what a lot of people would refer to it as and a Lotta people would hear me tell that story and probably just get upset but I I was at that point. I'd been I'd already been five and a half years in the military I could deal with that kind of personality type and and basically what I did. It was the first several times this happened. I would just respond with you know okay or something like that I wouldn't I wouldn't provide any details tails and I and you know he'd the they would write. How're things go in there and I'd say now they're going fine and that's it and the the irony of this Craig was at I had already learned by going to communication school at at my at Pacific Lutheran University Iowa Idaho learns the rule know your your audience right and I knew this employer pretty well because I worked with him every day but it wasn't clicking for me so eventually they wrote an email to to complain about the fact that I just I would just send back a quick note saying okay and so then what I started doing was I kept a UH notepad by my desk and I would just make little tick marks for every phone call I made right and in what what enabled me to do as the next time they emailed? I could write back and say I've made phone calls. I've had thirty people not answer. I've had ten people answer and then hang up on me of had five people answer and say no and three people answered and said maybe and I got one appointment you know and and I can break down the numbers for him. In as soon as I sent that message I didn't get any more angry emails coming back. I would just get another message and said okay. Keep at it. You'll get something yeah and that was it you listening to that example but but what are you what what comes to mind when you hear a story like that. Here's what comes to mind to get back to the philosophy of command the other thing I did besides right dad has developed a presentation called Weldon Weldon. It happens to be appendix is be in my book. I have two appendixes the flossy command and welded on Weldon and what was the Weldon on weld and it was a presentation where I would early on when I joined a new organization. Tell them who I am. What I think is important and I even had a slide in there that addressed strengths and weaknesses this that I believe had been time tested over many many years and that other people had validated for me and I was comfortable enough in my own skin to tell people what my weaknesses are? What weaknesses is that? I'm an introvert and there's nothing wrong with being in an effort but if you're a leader sometimes an introvert you have have to be an extroverted personality because you're you're the leader so let me tell you a quick story. I worked for a general one time and and he was brand new he came in and nobody really knew much about him. The very first time we had a staff meeting it was at nine o'clock on a Tuesday I believe and he came in about eight fifty five and he sat at the head of the table and at the other end of the room there was a clock on the wall and he was kind of sitting there just watching the clock doing nothing else and when the clock at nine o'clock and I mean to the second because it had secondhand on the clock he turned to his aid and he said close the door and unlock it so that the aid close the door and he locked it. There were two staff officers who were not in the room so they showed up a little bit late eight and knocked on the door and he turned his aides said don't open it. He got his point across about one of the things that he was very very Peculiar courier about now was timeliness now. There's nothing wrong with being a fanatic about time on us but when you do it down to the second and you make your point in that way makes you wonder. Is that the best way to make your point. That's one of the reasons I developed the Weldon Weldon pitch so that I didn't come into into an organization and after two or three months people are still trying to figure out who I am. What I think is important? What's less important? What's inconsequential? what is not negotiable. I would tell everybody that upfront so I think it's important for a supervisor a leader a boss to tell his or her subordinates exactly who they are and how they think and what's important with the expectations are from from the outset and then and then you don't have this discovery learning over many weeks for many months yeah yeah yeah and it's funny like the we and we could go on further about this but the interesting thing about the exercise you talk about their Craig which as you were saying thing that I wrote down on on a sheet of paper here I need to do and Edwards on Edwards type of thing but the interesting thing about that that is even when you go to those lengths I feel as though there's GonNa be some people because I have certainly been one of them who are GonNa come back with more.

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"jason gain" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"jason gain" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"You gain weight when you started dating your significant other yes Yeah. I did. you didn't jason no okay so that all of us except program except for jason gained weight when we started dating relatable jason guess fortunate will once jared knew he locked her in hitting Was he like me who I was? I was like. this is great that's not how you were then you are different now i am i have different now well that our numbers actually line up perfectly with the study because it says four out of five people there it is perfect gain weight it's called love weight when they get in a serious relationship and here is why i already know all of these are are true so they are for you you're eating out more you're going on dates more fun for you to do together so you're eating more make sense you are adopting a less active lifestyle what about all the sexy time i mean that's probably in it you know especially if you get you know married in it's like you're so busy with whatever your net flicks and chill or whatever even when you're dating forget getting married and having kids you're sitting around more your yeah yeah we found killing always dated we had certain shows that we both like all right let's catch up on the next three seasons of this show that was date night every night i watched an entire seat series of breaking bad i think in one weekend nothing about one breaking bad but it's what we wanted to do all right another reason you're gaining weight in the in your relationship love wait as they call it you're staying home to eat and drink your cooking in more so you probably might be eating a little bit more maybe something that's so healthy for you maybe because you're you know that butterflies and all that you're trying to impress so maybe like oh let me cook you something right which goes out the window down the road or maybe it doesn't i don't know for me i found that than i drank a lot more wine our home a lot of wine now but when we were first dating that's one of the things that we bonded over you are exercising less to spend more time together that's another reason why you're gaining the love wait in a relationship you're trying new foods and restaurants as a couple sure you're starting a family yes i think that a lot of times once and i really do believe this the girls are like for instance my wife carol you know she's going to exercise non stop she's single she's trying to get the guy she's trying to look her best and once she's got the guy and she got the guy locked down yep hence me try as hard anymore she doesn't have to try to lose another reason of why you gain the love wait less motivation to keep up your physique That's true. environment and they shouldn't be that way it shouldn't but it is it shouldn't be that way for man or woman but it is what are you going to do all right the divorce you now i mean it's a big deal it's a lot of hassle to divorce over some weight you know especially if you're love.

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"jason gain" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"jason gain" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Special as Kevin Hart. Oh, he's had specials that went to net. Flix? Yeah. But this is the first one net. Flicks. Said, hey, we'll pay you to be on that that makes sense load of money to now pay Dave Chapelle fifty million dollars for three specials. The third one was a phone. And did you watch the third one? It was like in a small club. Not funny. I two hilarious. I did see speaking of comedians. I saw Amy Schumer is promoting her new special. That's on Netflix. Right. And so she was like you guys. She's very pregnant. She's like, I am done being disgusting. I am a mother to be trying to be more responsible in the middle of her saying that they zoom in really close to her face. And she just throws up every. Have the oh gosh. I can't think of the name of the same thing that Kate Middleton had where you're like very very sick through the whole your whole pregnancy. Your have morning sickness, but like twenty four seven so Amy Schumer had that and she's had to cancel a lot of her dates because she can't stop. She just doesn't feel. Well, anyway, I thought typical right? Yeah. All right. Who sings this? Yeah. You got the Benny Blanco Khalid. Yeah. Choices. I know you love all these great great voice. Back to Amy Schumer say this. She's the reason if you go to Netflix now that you can't rate it five stars or four stars used to be able to do that. Because apparently want her Netflix special shoes being very political put on a blog, everyone go and put one star on her Netflix special and people did an ethics saw. You know, there's hundreds of people who didn't watch it put one star. So now, you can read it thumbs up or thumbs down after you wash the whole thing. And it doesn't show up to let you know, if it's good or not. Then I think that's a good call because I don't want to see like a whole bunch of crap ratings. No. But why? Once you why couldn't they made it. So they had to watch the show then that's a good idea. Amazon still has it where you can write their shows you'll say like twenty five thousand reviews at the very top of every show or movie show like four and a half stars or two stars. She's the reason for the change. One more reason why social media ruins everything. One jerk is like unlinked, she's political. That's all. Watcher thing that I don't well if I were the actor or whatnot, I would pay a bunch of people start voting five stars you're doing what the other person's doing. I'm just saying you're down to their level. I thought you didn't do that. Jason. Gain personal gain. Because whenever we talk about something like that. You're like don't stoop down to their level game for you to do that when you stoop down to somebody's level like that..

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"jason gain" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

06:35 min | 3 years ago

"jason gain" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

"And all that getting those posted and stuff like that. All of a sudden the podcast guests dot com site that you refer you referred me to a while back. Then I got an inquiry from gal who is a publicist for several members of that sites. Now, I've got a couple of Ted ex speakers and big corporate, you know, executive type entrepreneurs consultant types lined up for that as well. Okay. I'm asking people for you to actually now thinking of it. Get some people for you. But we'll say that for after the call, but. Interesting. This is good. So it's starting to pick up traction as you're starting to reach out more and kind of would you say Paul being the more of the guide instead of the hero? I think so I think being the this is the way I've started to phrase, it is my strengths comes not from what I know. And it's not even who I know. It's who knows me. Right. New who has received something valuable from me that they don't get from everybody else when they can't just get right? In other words, they by knowing me, they got this opportunity. They had this terrific discussion. They had they got publicity. They got exposure. But more importantly, they had a meaningful connection. But that's that's where I get my strength from and as such. I mean when when where this is leading is a mastermind group, but it's not gonna be it's an it's gonna be a mastermind group where people of the caliber that I'm getting on my. Show are gonna be the biggest either themselves. They'll be the biggest members or they will be people who through whom the mastermind members. Come because what I'm looking to do is a very highly selective. Curated group of people who have uncommon commonalities as as I've heard Jason gain, our describe it. And who are you know, who through an extensive vetting process will will get an opera, you know, an opportunity to be sat down in front of somebody to have meaningful connections with who they otherwise would have, you know, zero chance of meeting gun. It's almost like a genius network here you yeah. We're great. Okay. Yeah. Yes. Fun L. Listen, I love marketing dot com. I love marketing podcast last night in a while. Listen to them, but schedule is great. But they are yet. Joe was talking about his his masterminds. I love the genes networks like twenty five K A. Is it years like that more more some around there? But anyways, it's similar to that. I think that can be very successful. 'cause it's interesting that what you said, it's not, you know, what, you know. Or who, you know? It's it's who knows you. And what value you provided to them which is interesting because I'm sure I've had this. Maybe once or twice. Sure, you may have had it as well. It's when someone you don't even really know comes up to you. And they're they're already really happy in their the super happy to meet you. They've seen your stuff and they're lying. You'll hey, hey, Paul Ekman. Thank you so much videos or that you did. And they're already are warm lead. Like, they're all young connected to you. And they're already, you know, like receptive to whatever you have to say. Which is amazing. It's amazing. 'cause like the mount of business can come from that rage. They can come from that. And this is all built off the back of work. You did in prior days weeks, months years. I think it's really really important. Even if you're someone out there listening. This. And you're like how can I do this and to get on more podcasts? Well, guess what? If I'm a podcast hosts in I you ask me pitch me on my show. I I'm gonna do is go to your website and good your Facebook. Good your Instagram, look at maybe we're gonna follow you have. But most kind of like content you're putting out there. And if you even can hold a conversation, and you can you communicate well in a manner that's gonna be receptive to my audience. So you if you're on the big following if you know, what the hell you're talking about like, all right, cool. He's just he's a diamond in the rough northbound, so I'll be the first to find him. And and that is what you just said there Lewis is has also become a cornerstone of how I'm approaching this. Because let's take for example, people. We both know who are are very prominent in our, you know, the crossover industries both are working the people that come to Vince his mastermind, right? The Badri croutons the Craig. Valentine's the Joel Marion's. Right. Those guys where they live figuratively speaking. There's nothing but noise true. So they get how many times a day. Do you think they get somebody wanting to be on their podcasts or wanting them on their podcast? I worded high. I work at some of these people, and I can tell you is more than annoying and more the wasn't. You wanna? Oh, yeah. How do you even if they're all? I mean, even if you got a hundred requests superstar requests from perfect strangers pitching to be on the show. How do you make your decision? Right, right. I mean, just it's it's more information than the human mind is designed to create so back to what you said there. What is quintessential here is if you come across somebody who is currently on what I call the farm team. Right. The rising through the ranks. Right. Got good content. That got a good. They've got a good expertise in all that. So I always ask the question, you know, one day, you, let's say you wield that kind of insulin's power. Are you going to keep chasing after to get attention from the people who ignore you now? Or are you going to remember the people who supported you long before you had that wealth and influence, and we know the answer to that question. Right. We know. Oh, yeah. Vince, we can see it with Vinson how he's he's tight with guys like Rudy and shoot drawn a blank the author. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. I mean, they they go way back in before anybody knew who they were. They were they were locking arms, and you know, exactly and soldiering on. So they remember each of that way. And I have the same. I'm fine forming the same kind of relationships with with you in Cameron hall, right where we're locking arms in charge of going through are going through our journeys then one day long after all this in week. We'll that same kind of influence will remember each other rather than the people

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"jason gain" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:32 min | 3 years ago

"jason gain" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Called violations of the path. I'm Barbara Kusak. This is the business of sports from Bloomberg radio with scout Sasha Michael Barr. Evan Novi William. Thank you for joining us, Michael evident. I continue our conversation with the CEO of the LA Rams, Kevin demo do you think of the Rams as still a football team? First and foremost, our other Rams of a real estate company are they a total entertainment company. How do you think about the Rams in the overall you sit here this week? Football team. But I think stand, you know, if you look at how many teams they wouldn't talk about ownership of five teams ownership up, you know, altitude sports in Denver is a media enterprise. You know, what we're doing on the real estate out here in Los Angeles building out that sports entertainment district. I think you know, what you're seeing at Hollywood park is the merger of real entertainment sports teams coming together. And this is the one person that STAN Kroenke who could get that done. We're talking to the CEO of the Los Angeles Rams Kevin demo have to ask obviously sports betting has been huge. And you're part of the biggest sports betting event ever prop bets for days all over the place. What your thoughts about sports betting, and how it's going to probably grow in the US one of the great things about sports betting is that it allows people to stay entertained week-to-week game the game, you know? And I think that's throughout the games the games with thirty point gain still could be. That keeps people interested in the game. And no different than fantasy football. Have all watched last play of Monday night football need three points from our tight end during the fantasy week. I think that. He's got a story about that. Gambling, give some of that that wallet. It's clearly, you know, whether it's been legalized, Don, Las Vegas or offshore people have been retained by participating on long time. And I think it's really that next one in ultimately how that plays to the endgame, experienced weather. See the US become more like London or England in terms of what you say the Premier League in certain that's going to be placed stadiums, Leonard stays solely at casinos, how states to graduating this. I think it's all a fascinating forces. We sit back on on the frontier, I think from a team perspective here. I thought is make sure that the game is protected. You know has integrity that people don't doubt what's happening on the field that your players stay far away this at a macro level following the transit app in the US and how we can help grow our fan base. No different than we're talking about the getting people in the seats and keeping them entertainment. If this is the way that through sports betting being legalized we can. Find a way to grow fans across the country. That's a great outcome. Do you think that the the outcry over the potential miscall against the saints was louder in two thousand nineteen because there are a number of states that have legalized sports betting. And there may be more NFL fans who had more than just a casual rooting interest in the game itself. I don't think. So I mean, I, you know, you see it. I mean belt. Belt has a whole segment on each every night every week. So I think that's probably the change more. You see all kinds of crazy outcomes. Somebody media night out stock early about taking a knee at the one yard line instead of the Packers which changed I think that the spreading the game already mentioned that cost people money back outscoring. I think there's that angle now to too many things of how things play out where they go. But I think that's why it goes back to the integrity of the game is the most important thing to protect and we don't want calls or guy dropping the ball whose wide open being for if that's. Towards the league. I think we have to make sure that you know, we take those questions out of the game. We are chatting with Kevin the CEO of the LA Rams and Kevin I wanna pivot chew executive search. We did a Bloomberg business week cover story not long ago when David Stern yielded to Adam silver about sort of this easy transition. You guys hired a thirty year old coach you were quoted as saying, I don't know how we're going to hire thirty year coach. And then after meeting with him was I don't know how we're not gonna hire a thirty year old coach, what was the interview process if I want to get hired as coach of the Rams, what sorts of processes, can I expect God, I hope we're not doing a head coaching times. For a while. Although if I may I don't need to go to Spago for my interview, I'm good with the in and out on sepulveda's. Well, we we I think we talk Sean in and out at one point during the process boggle is really the combination. That was causing dinner. But I I think our viewpoint was, you know, and I know the trend now is talking about young coaches, Sean was really the only coach we interviewed who John we talked to coordinate as we talked to people that never been coaches. We talked to college coaches when we talked up and squadrons. Anyone you look at the gate. There is no subset of coaches. Whether it's first time offense or defense or college or form head coach anymore. The one data point we did find. That was interesting was real young coaches had been bought qualities either wants to go and went to the hall of fame. Are there a cure for their lifetime ban? You know, you realize you're taking a risk there. But it's like everything else we do an executive search team on the business side. We don't hire. Usually from within sports. We picked people from yahu, or, you know, from Disney from tech companies from Hershey to come join our staff, you know, we really try to walk a different viewpoints. Bring people who are sports fans organization, but bring the best principles of other businesses, you know elsewhere, and I think really the search costumes for head. Coach started withstand challenging us to say go find the best coach for boss Angeles. Rams right now. And I'm not wedded to it'd be open minded interview coach, and you know, we did all the homework. Everybody said, Sean McVeigh was a superstar. And they just didn't know what he'd be ready. We kind of work it in. I don't mean cheek as we sit here. Simple. You know, we're probably not gonna win the Super Bowl twenty seventeen. If it takes the ear to learn on the job, you know. So be it here learning on the job was the division title in a playoff the parents for the first time in a decade. And here we are two years later sitting in the Super Bowl. He is the CEO of the Los Angeles Rams Kevin demo off. And I must say, I'm sure deacon Jones Merlin Olsen. They're looking down saying, go boys, Vince Ferragamo. I was thinking more Warren Beatty can wait. Jason gay tracked him down. I knew somebody was gonna talk to Warren Beatty. And I'm not surprised. It was Jason gained the journal. Thank you. Appreciate it. Thank you guys time now for takeaways. Here's my take away. First of all we spoke to the c o of the Los Angeles Rams just before the Super Bowl how many emotions are going through his mind right now after all the reconstruction of the team now. All right. Addressed it with them. I said how important is the winning and just he's already won. He's already won the flags are on the cars. The dogs are wearing the scarf. So whatever he said the attention of LA is on the Rams during selling season. It might even be better dare I say it might be better for them not to win the Super Bowl. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. Then it's like once you win. Play to win. Yes. From the business perspective, it might be better for the Golden Knights. Not to have won the Stanley Cup to keep that thirst that aspiration good for that good for business. Yeah. But see the nights are a new young team. They're brand new spanking. The Rams have been around forever. Just got back to LA. They just got back. I mean, but they go back to the fearsome foursome and all that Jimmy Vince Ferragamo one more time. Vince. Well, you know, who's taking what you're not getting Mr. underscore because somebody took him away from us. He's doing some business week something rather at the time of this discussion. But my take away from this whole thing was the one line where Kevin of said, we don't hire from sports. We don't hire from sports. We have Yahoo. We have Disney we have Hershey. We have tech companies. We don't hire from sports we want folks who like sports sports fans, but bring a perspective from outside of the sports world. That was my take away..

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"jason gain" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"jason gain" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"What more you could ask of him at this stage age? What's what's not to love? All you do is win. Blake Bortles wanted to. All you do is win the division is hard late mortals. Andy Reid, we got. See this is a young football youngest playoff team blade board of one division as you info about what we think him. But anyway, before I was torched Bill bell checks, Stephen. Interrupted. Let's get have a habit of that huddle with I could see if I Scott Lenihan, you go out you'll get a tiff Kingsman, you're going to get you the next Sean McVeigh, you're gonna get a young Josh mcdaniels somebody that ill you stay in house Kelly Moore and profit possibly Jason gear is gonna call place. Where was the last man you remember that game? Jason Garrett call he had got more PLA David gang, call a masterpiece saying, no one ever. But now you won't Jason gain. Go you see what happens the this wind Jerry opens his mouth, we some different cats. A we we never going to be the saying, you're. Big. I got to tell you all that talk autumn buffalo. Go got a big ole yacht. Got some time to spin on it Atlanta got no water. Anyway. I try to tell you you got all happy. We different Jerry say we've different cats we compete with everybody know, you came you'll Calloway his yacht is so special. You can take it on dry land. You can just take it across the country. It might come wheel. You gotta be sharing yourself because you. As it you want to be a sham yourself because since we've been air. This is what you've been recommended this. What you hoped for? I have I know and I don't like it. So don't tell me scapegoat. Because it's been three years me saying, no, no, no more. It's too conservative. It's to milk toast. It's to vanilla. It's too predictable. It's too uncreative critic. Okay. Let me ask you this before you go any further. How creative could you have been? You said look at who he's throw into how created could you have been before. You gotta Amari Cooper, you say day with only last leg, you say you love Jason Jason Witten bless his heart. He mean, well, he could write anymore. But that's what's got Lenihan was both the diagram plays. While Jason was on his last legs. Dak was on his first legs. And you gotta let Dak run the football occasionally, you don't wanna wear him out and put him in harm's way. But he's a two hundred and forty pound man who can take it and dish it. And every time he ran the football good things haven't exotic this. And that that was done. Well, that's pretty easy to do. Just call some zone read play on the minimum. They want somebody to come up with enough. Is that what you see Sean McVeigh, Sean pay? What you see with Josh McCain? Well, guess what Jason Garrett just did this is my two cents from a distance. But he told Jerry Jones, I believe behind closed doors. I can be Sean McVay. You just gotta let me loose. No rain. He came on. Did his press conference said everybody's gonna be back into going to be back. Jones. Hold off. We had made a decision on coaching move. And now that he had to walk that back jury j I can do this or maybe he'd been told one minute you're gonna have to take. I thought you said guarantee he teen again Jerry coaching team. Like, I said, okay, I'm going to say this for the first time, I'm a big fan of Callan. Moore's his father was his high school coach, and he tells stories of he was drawn up place when he was five years old. I think he could have some Sean McVeigh, Sean Payton, Andy religion better. Let's hope you play quarterback avail. Okay. Well, he's he wasn't bad terrible. It was worse than bay. Terrible. Terrible. Mouthful who's really good at. Was he not good in college? Yeah. A lot of guys being good in college. I know a guy that was good great in college. Don't kill who. I don't know where we're going might be playing baseball now. Oh, he might be with the Mets. He might be leagues. And he might make you look foolish again. Because you said he couldn't play bass. How can you be a met on the on the big you'll be amid can be missed. Well, you could be. The point is Dak Prescott has a connection to kill him more..

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