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Fresh update on "jeff" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:41 min | 23 min ago

Fresh update on "jeff" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning, It's 8 16 Greg her shoulder and manufacture with the comb. Oh, morning News and Frank Lindsay is at the editor's desk while the FDA and the CDC recommending an immediate pause in the distribution of the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine because of concerns about rare blood clots. The acting FDA commissioner, told reporters this morning. The recommendation was made out of abundance of caution, she said. The federal health agencies want more time to review the data and a White House coronavirus adviser was saying this morning. The pause in the Johnson and Johnson vaccine will not have a significant impact on the overall vaccination plans in this country. Jeff Science says that there's coordination with state and federal partners to get anyone scheduled for a J and J vaccine quickly rescheduled for a Fizer or Madonna vaccine. President Biden says he is prepared to negotiate over his sweeping infrastructure plan. Biden called a meeting with the bipartisan delegation of lawmakers at the White House and said his proposal is not just about bridges and highways. We have.

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Uber Offers $250 Million in Bonuses and Perks

Jeff Wagner

00:32 sec | 22 hrs ago

Uber Offers $250 Million in Bonuses and Perks

"Bookings. Both ride hailing and food delivery reached an all time high last month. It's now offering sign up bonuses and has partnered with Walgreens to get driver's vaccinated. Food delivery jumped 150% from last March to an annualized run rate of $52 billion, says the company. It's offering the bonuses after it says Many drivers gave up last year when demand dried up due to the pandemic. It all Uber says it's spending $250 million in sign up bonuses and other perks to lure in drivers. That Piper's

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Uber Offers $250 Million in Bonuses and Perks

Jeff Wagner

00:39 sec | 22 hrs ago

Uber Offers $250 Million in Bonuses and Perks

"Slowly coming to an end being a popular ride, hailing company looking for drivers and offering incentives. Says it's total monthly bookings. Both ride hailing and food delivery reached an all time high last month. It's now offering sign up bonuses and has partnered with Walgreens to get driver's vaccinated. Food delivery jumped 150% from last March to an annualized run rate of $52 billion, says the company. It's offering the bonuses after it says Many drivers gave up last year when demand dried up due to the pandemic. It all Uber says it's spending $250 million in sign up bonuses and other perks to lure in drivers. That Piper's

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You Can Still Get COVID-19 Even If You Have Been Vaccinated

The Boxer Show

01:45 min | 1 d ago

You Can Still Get COVID-19 Even If You Have Been Vaccinated

"From our health, he is, of course, the director of infectious diseases, Dr Joe Jeff, a good weekend. Sure did. Brandon. Good morning. Thanks for having me but, well, it's good to have you with us. Hey, I I know you're you're all serious, And you don't usually like to play games. But I thought you'd like this one covert factor fiction. We'll get started with, And I want to know this because I've read some crazy stories over the weekend. Can you still contract Cove? It? After being fully vaccinated. Yes, you can. And let's dissect that a little bit because people need to understand that Remember, no vaccine is 100% effective. When you look at the clinical trials for fire during Madonna, they were 94 95% effective against preventing symptomatic of a 19. What That means is one out of 20. People in those studies who received the vaccine still contracted covert 19. Now starting to see that being reported the news. Both Washington State and Michigan are reporting that from their health department last week, the state of Michigan released data showing 246 people who were fully vaccinated by report. Contracted covert 19 and even three died. But you have to take that into context in the state of Michigan over 1.8 million people are fully vaccinated with Maura, who have even started their vaccinations. So again. These vaccines are wonderful, but There are still going to be people who get fully vaccinated. The vaccine doesn't work for many reasons, and they die. Usually, you know the people who vaccines don't really work in our very elderly. And people on certain types of medications, which weaken their immune systems like transplant patients. So again, these vaccines are very safe and effective. But there will be people where the vaccine don't work for obvious reasons. When doctors so

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3,000-Year-Old "Lost Golden City" Unearthed In Egypt

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

3,000-Year-Old "Lost Golden City" Unearthed In Egypt

"Archaeologists have made it very unique discovery in egypt. It's being hailed as the most important archaeological discovery since the tomb of tutankhamun a coupe of archaeologists unearthing. A three thousand year old lost golden city of luxor which is said to be nearly fully intact complete with rooms filled with tools of daily life preserved foods and other artifacts including jewelry pottery and. Scarabs dating back to the reign of amenhotep. The third archaeologists are hoping the discovery will help solve the mystery of why formerly on hope. Jeff the third and his queen for td abandoned their polytheistic religion and left the kingdom to build a new city where they worship the

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King County Sees Rise in COVID-19 Hospitalizations in Seattle

Talking Real Money with Don McDonald and Tom Cock

00:30 sec | 2 d ago

King County Sees Rise in COVID-19 Hospitalizations in Seattle

"County's covert numbers have been on the rise for the past few weeks. But public health officer Dr Jeff Duchin says the situation continues to change. Jason's a plateau hospitalization of platitudes at a higher level than we would like to see them. Nonetheless, they factored, he says. The biggest area of concern continues to be in South King County do, Jin says it's important to keep wearing masks and distancing in public and to get the vaccine When you can. He says he expects the risk from covert will have greatly diminished sometime in May.

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King County's health officer provides snapshot of COVID-19 activity and vaccination efforts

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:33 min | 3 d ago

King County's health officer provides snapshot of COVID-19 activity and vaccination efforts

"Bad news type of update from the Seattle King County public health officer. Dr. Jeff Duchin likes to start his weekly UPDATES by comparing the covert outbreak to the weather forecast. This week's forecast is for continued mostly cloudy with storms possible. Over the past week, 255 new cases were reported daily, which was similar to the week before end up almost 80% from mid March. But a lot of people coming down with Cove it are not the most vulnerable incident rates have been trending up for all age groups, except for ages. 65 older and under five years with the highest rates in the 18 to 24 year olds, followed by 25 to 49 year old In the 5 to 17 year Old age group. He says he remains the geographic divide in the county. Overall Cove in 19 incidents remains highest in the cities and south and Southeast King County. Including Covington, Enumclaw. Auburn can't federal way Burian renting to quell A and C tech and, well, people continue to be hospitalized. The good news is that deaths have fallen dramatically since the peak of the fallen winter, Serge On average. Over the past week. One King County resident has died of covert 19 each day, compared with nine deaths per day during the winter peak. And although most of our oldest adults are protected through vaccination, not everyone is vaccinated. And went transmission increases in the community. The virus still confined its way to those who are most vulnerable and remain unprotected. And with that in mind,

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Biden to rush vaccinators, testing to hard-hit Michigan

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 d ago

Biden to rush vaccinators, testing to hard-hit Michigan

"The by the administration is rushing federal help to Michigan which is facing the country's highest rate of new coronavirus infections in a call with president Biden yesterday governor Gretchen Whitmer says she made a request we have asked for more vaccines calling for a surge of doses to states like hers facing outbreaks the White House says that won't happen the fair and equitable way to distribute the vaccine is based on that the adult population by state tribe or territory instead virus response coordinator Jeff science says the administration will help Michigan administer the doses it already has more efficiently and is ready to send more personnel meantime Whitmer's urging two week suspensions of in person high school classes all youth sports and indoor restaurant dining Sager made Ghani Washington

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New York Mets vs Miami Marlins game ends in controversy

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:44 min | 3 d ago

New York Mets vs Miami Marlins game ends in controversy

"New york. Yesterday we saw one of the biggest controversies early in the early season. The mets in the marlins. What a game. This was in the bottom of the ninth inning. Jeff mcneil came to the plate for the mets with new york. Down by run may play mcneil to pull the outfield three. And one the count bass to the belp. Here's the pitch swing a fly ball to right field. Well hit to fall back still going at the track. That's gone mcneil. Doesn't he leads off the bottom of the night with the game tied holder. And this baby's all even to the mets would go on and load the bases two outs michael conforto at the plate. Here's the call. On the marlins radio network now the one to forte three called it got him in the arm. No now they're going to send them to first base. He hit him with the pitch and the ball games over the opening up our initially signaled strike three then he said no it hit them. Don mattingly's out to argue. The mets are celebrating. Walk off three two win. Glenn geffner nine forty. Winz here was the call on wcbs. Mets radio network now the to pitch breaking ball in their strike. Three call victim on the arm. The game is over. It was called a strike initially but then it was ruled that the ball hit conforto. Michael gets to first base and on the mets television network. Those guys did a great job on essen. Y going crazy saying come on. He obviously stuck his elbow out as the ball is passing him and you saw the reaction from the to a radio broadcast bolted. Them saw the strike. three call. By ron copa

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Can Netflix help solve the Isabella Stewart Gardner art heist?

The Art Newspaper Weekly

02:36 min | 4 d ago

Can Netflix help solve the Isabella Stewart Gardner art heist?

"Now on the eighteenth of march nineteen ninety stole thirteen works of art including masterpieces by rembrandt and vermeer from the isabella stewart gardner museum in boston massachusetts. The extraordinary story of that night and thirty years of investigation and intrigue that followed the subject of a new four part series on netflix. Could this is a robbery. I spoke to jeff siegel producer of the series about the greatest art host in history. Jeff to begin with. Let's set the scene. What happened in march. Nineteen ninety at the golden museum in boston. So saint patrick's day night in boston march seventeenth into the eighteenth. Nineteen ninety two men dressed as police officers. Ring the doorbell for the security desk at the isabella stewart gardner museum and are buzzed in pretty quickly by the guard on duty and without much effort are able to lower the guard away from the security desk away from the only panic button leading to the outside world and are able to can him have him call down the other security guard who is on the rounds and you know in just a matter of minutes. Basically taking control over the whole museum fairly effortlessly it seems like The protocol was that that it shouldn't be that easy but it turned out to be that easy and the two men obviously turn out to. Police officers handcuffed the the two guards and tie them up down in the basement of the museum before going on and eighty one minute excursion through the museum and stealing thirteen pieces of art including a few masterworks. That are just unbelievably priceless. A rembrandt storm on the sea of galilee. Another rembrandt ladies and gentlemen in black. The vermeer one only thirty four thirty five in the world. The concert as well as the one of the more curious ones being the matinee stolen from the blue room downstairs the shea tour tony as well as a few other a few other items that are not necessarily of such great value monetarily or as well known which is part of. What's kind of confounding about what what was stolen there. They stole a five day. Gos- sketches but also a chinese who and the final from an opole jahic flag which are two items. That just don't a lot of people don't really seem to fit in with everything else that was stolen

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Home cooking: Mets win Citi opener vs Marlins on bizarre HBP

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 d ago

Home cooking: Mets win Citi opener vs Marlins on bizarre HBP

"The Mets open their home season by scoring twice in the bottom of the ninth to beat the Marlins three to two Jeff McNeil homered to tie the game at two against Anthony bass a couple of hits and an intentional walk loaded the bases when bass on a one to count hit Michael Conforto on the elbow to force in the winning run Miami manager don Mattingly argued that Conforto made no attempt to avoid getting hit and that the pitch was a strike it's just frustrating I think more than anything that the ball strike anyway to call a strike it seems like it was in the strike zone and you get hit it should be a strike it was reviewed and the call stood Brandon Nimmo had three hits for the Mets Corey Dickerson two hits and an RBI for the Marlins who fell to one six might make use of New York

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Pulmonary expert says George Floyd died from lack of oxygen

Michael Berry

00:48 sec | 4 d ago

Pulmonary expert says George Floyd died from lack of oxygen

"Cause of death. On Day nine of the murder trial of a former Minneapolis police officer was the defense's turn to cross examine the pulmonologist Dr. Martin Tillman, who testified for the state that George Floyd died of a lack of oxygen because of the amount of body pressure that Officer Derek Shelf in had on Floyd with showbiz lawyer Erik Nelson, turning to partially ingested pills containing meth and fentanyl found at the scene. Is it fair to say that you would expect the peak? Fentanyl respiratory depression within about five minutes. If there was any amount of it ingested. Yes, as the defense points to drugs is the cause of Floyd's death. And as the case continues in week two of a trial with medical experts as to what they think the cause of George Floyd's death watch boxes. Jeff and also Florida is suing the federal

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Biden announces efforts to curb gun violence 'epidemic'

Jeff Wagner

00:41 sec | 4 d ago

Biden announces efforts to curb gun violence 'epidemic'

"In this country is an epidemic. We say the guy Gun violence in this country is an epidemic and it's an international embarrassment. President Biden is out with his first executive actions on guns. She's targets so called ghost guns assembled at home by those with the right nohow and equipment. You know, I want to see these kids. Treated his firearms. Mr Biden says they should come with serial numbers and purchaser should have to undergo background checks. He also wants tighter regulations on stabilizer braces used to make semiautomatic pistols more accurate. Everything that's being proposed today is totally consistent with the Second Amendment Being array, which disagrees. Val is to fight the moves.

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With Outdoor Concert, New York's Lincoln Center Starts Path to Return

1A

00:57 sec | 5 d ago

With Outdoor Concert, New York's Lincoln Center Starts Path to Return

"Lincoln Center, held its first concert in over here on Wednesday. As Jeff Lunden reports. It was the first concert of restart stages, which will fill the art center with outdoor performances and rehearsal spaces it over the coming months After speeches by Mayor Bill de Blasio and others. Members of the New York Philharmonic's brass section played a fanfare. Ah, a small invited audience of first responders sat masked in socially distance pods of two under a grove of trees to hear the short concert. Doctor is male. Nobile of Mount Sinai Hospital who'd been on the front lines of the covert pandemic, said he was grateful to be in the audience that Z such a treat Such incredible treat trombone player Colin Williams of the New York Philharmonic said he was grateful to completely forgotten what it's like to perform to have an audience and to stand up and feel that energy again for

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Forbes releases its longest list of wealthiest people in the world

Mojo In The Morning

00:48 sec | 6 d ago

Forbes releases its longest list of wealthiest people in the world

"I don't even know why they make these lists anymore. But i guess we talk about it. So that's the reason. Forbes's annual billionaires includes a record-breaking two thousand seven hundred and fifty five billionaires with amazon founder jeff bezos topping it for the fourth consecutive year. This year's billionaire spike are worth a combined total of thirteen point one trillion dollars. Fun fact they all paid less lower tax rate than we did. And you did. In tesla chief executive elon. Musk jumped into the second spot on the list. Up from thirty first place last year were are no. He is the chief executive of the luxury goods brand. Lvmh louis vuitton Bill gates mark zuckerberg rounded out the top. Five of the world's richest

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Amazon's Jeff Bezos Backs Biden's Infrastructure Plan

Seattle Now

00:31 sec | 6 d ago

Amazon's Jeff Bezos Backs Biden's Infrastructure Plan

"Jeff bezos is backing president biden's infrastructure plans including a corporate tax rate hike. The amazon founder said. Yesterday it's the right time for democrats and republicans to work together to make it happen and specifically signaled his support for the tax increase. Just last week biden said it was quote just plain wrong that the company pays less in federal income tax than middle class families. The president wants to up the corporate tax rate from twenty one percent to twenty eight percent. But he's getting

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Jeff Bezos Says Amazon Is ‘Supportive of a Rise in the Corporate Tax Rate’

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 6 d ago

Jeff Bezos Says Amazon Is ‘Supportive of a Rise in the Corporate Tax Rate’

"Infrastructure spending, which calls for an increase in that tax. Zoe's made a support public in a memo yesterday, Amazon has faced scrutiny over its workplace policies and some criticism from members of Congress over what they view as low tax payments. A lot of people brought a pet into their homes last year during the pandemic, and that was a boon for the pet supplies industry. Overall

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Seattle state senator faces backlash for joining a Zoom hearing while driving

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:40 sec | 6 d ago

Seattle state senator faces backlash for joining a Zoom hearing while driving

"Story, A state senator facing backlash after attending a committee hearing. While driving more from Como's Jeff Pooja left Seattle Democrat Rebecca Cell, Danya is vice chair of the Senate Transportation Committee Man this morning there was a hearing on a new funding proposal called Forward Washington. Like the rest of her colleagues. So Dona appeared by zoom and with a fake background, But it was pretty obvious she was driving and at one point she even admitted it. You know, I'm driving my old vehicle right now. And a lot of Washingtonians. You know, I have to drive farther. Third rural communities were told to expect the statement from the senator, but so far we've heard nothing from her about the

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Jeff Firewalker - Wisdom from a Musician and Medicine Man

Untangle

02:04 min | 6 d ago

Jeff Firewalker - Wisdom from a Musician and Medicine Man

"My guest is the amazing. Jeff fire walker schmidt and he is capable in like every single domain. It's extraordinary by the age of fifteen. He was running a research lab with a famous scientist. His now noted lecture and scientists in his a phd from oxford. He's also a chinese martial arts expert. He practices peruvian folk medicine in his one. Half of the brand new band saint disruption which is a new album dropping very weak. He and his notable band partner. John modesto from the legendary modesto martin and would met in a chance encounter in the amazon jungle. Her going to hear about some of those encounters in the amazon region. Here some of the wisdom that jeff brings from spirit to science and science to spirit and sample some the music that he's creating and why it's meaningful for this time. Welcome geoff so nice to be with you today. It is delightful to be with you. I'm excited to dive into your brain and your experiences for me to. Let's get going awesome. I know that you are a medicine man. And that is a rare title for a white man in the united states to have. Can you tell us a little bit about being a medicine man and what it means to you and how you got there absolutely well. First and foremost. I think that by way of perspective. It is something that one would never choose for themselves. It came to me as a complete left. Turn in my life and a complete surprise and actually an opportunity that i resisted on the personality and ego level. For some time. I knew enough to know that it would not be an easy path and i also came to realize that if i were to respond to the call of spirit in a good way that i would have much more of a chance of leading healthy happy life so i as many people do when they get the call i jumped and i very much enjoyed for many years and still do the right teachers showing up at the right

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"jeff" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

03:35 min | 3 months ago

"jeff" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Steve Kerr. Yeah. Hi Quin Snyder Quin Snyder. If you had some horrible fix, I'm really disappointed phenomenal picks. You guys get some sleep. I had some phenomenal picked. It's way past boards Ella's bedtime the last time Jeff borzello stayed up this late. 11:45, Priscilla. When's the last time you took yesterday for what fantasy football? Yeah. I think it was something that was on the night game. You must have lost thirteen year 14 leagues that that unbelievable. I mean, well, I will say I'm alive into Survivor leagues heading into next week. That's yeah. Yeah. Oh, yeah. All right. All right back in Salvage my entire fantasy year next year next year humble. We're going to bring you into a different pool. So Scott, Martin won't get in trouble. Whatever. We're going to keep him clean, but we'll bring you in another Pool where you can you can potentially win some money and oh by the way, whoever finishes last name, it's not going to be doing something as it's going to be a lot more humiliating a lot more embarrassing than checking a beer every lap. I think it's I think it's funny to make them dress up in like a masters caddy bib. Carry my clubs. Good good punishment. It is good. I would I think I would make you dress up a lot worse though, if if but if you did that and like and like a Vegas golf course. Yeah. I mean that's that's like torture. It's like a hundred twenty degrees and you're wearing like full pants and the whole deal that's brutal know. What would be more brutal is making caramel, you know have to do it in like a speedo. That would be like that. My brother had a league where they were doing. The loser had to go do stand-up comedy and that would be great that stuff. Karaoke, That would be tough to although I did win the rookie challenge of the Timberwolves. Karaoke Hey song that I probably couldn't say anymore remix to ignition by our KO Meri song though. It's a great song of worms. So yeah, it was good. They made you do that. We're at in Mankato Minnesota me off as Muhammad ghori. Dang had all sing. Karaoke was great bass Kabobs in China. He is. He's in China. Yeah cuz in China, I talked to him a few years ago. See I'm seeing this chat on the right hand side for the first time the entire pot. I looked like three-quarters dead. Way through I miss most of it but I didn't see people calling you a dumbass for Sean Miller. Yeah, I've seen David give me a lot of credit for being alive and Survivor. So I'm pretending that the other stuff never happened and I'm just I'm just change it now. I love the way I can't wait till Dodge Dart Clips out some of the some of the stuff from this. I love I love my man stands shock saying that I had to go call the Alaska Bible League is Sean Miller is not the worst pick-up this pod. No not even close. Of course. It was not even close. Who's worse Steve Kerr Quin Snyder know they're all over Syracuse pitino's the walk quite far. Yeah. That was that was a pretty bad one. I'm going to have to confer with some people on this one, that's fine. All right, goodnight boys. Thanks for thanks for doing this brisela. We appreciate it. Thanks for your offer you some entertainment after Michigan State certainly failed to do so tonight. I'm going to bed. Goodnight boys later later..

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"jeff" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

03:35 min | 3 months ago

"jeff" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Steve Kerr. Yeah. Hi Quin Snyder Quin Snyder. If you had some horrible fix, I'm really disappointed phenomenal picks. You guys get some sleep. I had some phenomenal picked. It's way past boards Ella's bedtime the last time Jeff borzello stayed up this late. 11:45, Priscilla. When's the last time you took yesterday for what fantasy football? Yeah. I think it was something that was on the night game. You must have lost thirteen year 14 leagues that that unbelievable. I mean, well, I will say I'm alive into Survivor leagues heading into next week. That's yeah. Yeah. Oh, yeah. All right. All right back in Salvage my entire fantasy year next year next year humble. We're going to bring you into a different pool. So Scott, Martin won't get in trouble. Whatever. We're going to keep him clean, but we'll bring you in another Pool where you can you can potentially win some money and oh by the way, whoever finishes last name, it's not going to be doing something as it's going to be a lot more humiliating a lot more embarrassing than checking a beer every lap. I think it's I think it's funny to make them dress up in like a masters caddy bib. Carry my clubs. Good good punishment. It is good. I would I think I would make you dress up a lot worse though, if if but if you did that and like and like a Vegas golf course. Yeah. I mean that's that's like torture. It's like a hundred twenty degrees and you're wearing like full pants and the whole deal that's brutal know. What would be more brutal is making caramel, you know have to do it in like a speedo. That would be like that. My brother had a league where they were doing. The loser had to go do stand-up comedy and that would be great that stuff. Karaoke, That would be tough to although I did win the rookie challenge of the Timberwolves. Karaoke Hey song that I probably couldn't say anymore remix to ignition by our KO Meri song though. It's a great song of worms. So yeah, it was good. They made you do that. We're at in Mankato Minnesota me off as Muhammad ghori. Dang had all sing. Karaoke was great bass Kabobs in China. He is. He's in China. Yeah cuz in China, I talked to him a few years ago. See I'm seeing this chat on the right hand side for the first time the entire pot. I looked like three-quarters dead. Way through I miss most of it but I didn't see people calling you a dumbass for Sean Miller. Yeah, I've seen David give me a lot of credit for being alive and Survivor. So I'm pretending that the other stuff never happened and I'm just I'm just change it now. I love the way I can't wait till Dodge Dart Clips out some of the some of the stuff from this. I love I love my man stands shock saying that I had to go call the Alaska Bible League is Sean Miller is not the worst pick-up this pod. No not even close. Of course. It was not even close. Who's worse Steve Kerr Quin Snyder know they're all over Syracuse pitino's the walk quite far. Yeah. That was that was a pretty bad one. I'm going to have to confer with some people on this one, that's fine. All right, goodnight boys. Thanks for thanks for doing this brisela. We appreciate it. Thanks for your offer you some entertainment after Michigan State certainly failed to do so tonight. I'm going to bed. Goodnight boys later later..

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"jeff" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

04:21 min | 3 months ago

"jeff" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Again, depending on what you're taking over. I think a dark horse could be like a mile Simon. Miles Simonson the system with the Lakers now. Yeah. Yep. So I I think one of those two would would be my kind of Dark Horse would have some sort of internal momentum to get in the mix my swing for the fences. The Warriors are are not looking good. Not looking good is urine pic of the not looking good. I'm going with a guy who believes he needs read. He tweets out Bear Down Steve Kerr. He's gonna have nothing left. They're going to lose every game. They stink. Have you watched them. They stink. They're either Dumber. He could go to TV make a ton of money and then literally get rehired in the NBA in a heartbeat. What's the recruit he wants it doesn't want to recruit a hell of a recruiter. It would be good. Think about it. He would he get that program like elite-level if he had the right staff. All right, again, it's swing-for-the-fences. I'm not hearing you. Marys me and humble and then you drop Steve off her horse. That's not what I was embarrassing. I actually have two good realistic hires that neither one of you have mentioned the two really good ones number one, Mark Pope. That's good would be good. I think you people really good their high-energy. You know the West Coast, he'd be one a or one B for me. Daman would be in the mix too. And then I got another one that Brazil wrote a big story on and you know, you can't you can't hire an assistant coach and I need your head coach. That's bullshit. I'm going to hire Tommy Lloyd who can go overseas and get big-time dudes over and over and over. He is the guy who's helped build Gonzaga goes out and recruits overseas. Look at home almost laughing at me, right? I got him. I can't even believe that you tried to page. This is your knocking this out of the park and then you come with this shit. Yeah. Yeah big time, right? This is terrific outside the box marked Pope is a real good hire. It really is Josh McDermitt the my worry with McDermott as he's done in at the high major level and it didn't it didn't work recruiting at that level against at Arizona. Are you have the rebirth? The Big East is not a high-major conference. Is that what you're saying right here on this podcast? No, I'm saying most of the players. He's gotten have not been Waging War with some of the other Elite programs. That's all I'm saying. He's at Creighton and I think he knows that I think he knows he would never leave great and he's got Bruce Rasmussen one of the best eighties they'd let him do whatever he wants there. Now. He's in the Big East. I just play would be good in the Pac-12 and I felt what it was. Yeah, but I think again, I think Pope would be great because of the way he plays wide open and and to me Tommy Lord would just get dudes. He would get overseas students and not just as Jeff.

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"jeff" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

04:21 min | 3 months ago

"jeff" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Again, depending on what you're taking over. I think a dark horse could be like a mile Simon. Miles Simonson the system with the Lakers now. Yeah. Yep. So I I think one of those two would would be my kind of Dark Horse would have some sort of internal momentum to get in the mix my swing for the fences. The Warriors are are not looking good. Not looking good is urine pic of the not looking good. I'm going with a guy who believes he needs read. He tweets out Bear Down Steve Kerr. He's gonna have nothing left. They're going to lose every game. They stink. Have you watched them. They stink. They're either Dumber. He could go to TV make a ton of money and then literally get rehired in the NBA in a heartbeat. What's the recruit he wants it doesn't want to recruit a hell of a recruiter. It would be good. Think about it. He would he get that program like elite-level if he had the right staff. All right, again, it's swing-for-the-fences. I'm not hearing you. Marys me and humble and then you drop Steve off her horse. That's not what I was embarrassing. I actually have two good realistic hires that neither one of you have mentioned the two really good ones number one, Mark Pope. That's good would be good. I think you people really good their high-energy. You know the West Coast, he'd be one a or one B for me. Daman would be in the mix too. And then I got another one that Brazil wrote a big story on and you know, you can't you can't hire an assistant coach and I need your head coach. That's bullshit. I'm going to hire Tommy Lloyd who can go overseas and get big-time dudes over and over and over. He is the guy who's helped build Gonzaga goes out and recruits overseas. Look at home almost laughing at me, right? I got him. I can't even believe that you tried to page. This is your knocking this out of the park and then you come with this shit. Yeah. Yeah big time, right? This is terrific outside the box marked Pope is a real good hire. It really is Josh McDermitt the my worry with McDermott as he's done in at the high major level and it didn't it didn't work recruiting at that level against at Arizona. Are you have the rebirth? The Big East is not a high-major conference. Is that what you're saying right here on this podcast? No, I'm saying most of the players. He's gotten have not been Waging War with some of the other Elite programs. That's all I'm saying. He's at Creighton and I think he knows that I think he knows he would never leave great and he's got Bruce Rasmussen one of the best eighties they'd let him do whatever he wants there. Now. He's in the Big East. I just play would be good in the Pac-12 and I felt what it was. Yeah, but I think again, I think Pope would be great because of the way he plays wide open and and to me Tommy Lord would just get dudes. He would get overseas students and not just as Jeff.

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"jeff" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

04:54 min | 3 months ago

"jeff" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Latest Goodman and humble pod and we are pleased to bring on a guy that I know. Well that is making his first podcast appearance in I think over two years of of any kind any podcast. I'm not any podcast. You have not been on until years Jeff. Borzello. Glad to be back to the podcast world. We welcome you. We know you're nervous, but we will hold her. I will make sure you're okay. You really rattled me when you said this was live. I just I mean they got right now. I don't know how to I don't know how to do this right now, but I have heard you were talking on other podcasts about how excited you were for my my return status world. I'm very excited you were once wage People don't know this trivia question. You were once my intern I was I mean whenever you I'd be I'd be a high school teacher in Maryland. So I mean you saved a lot of the nation's youth from from my lessons in my teachings and I'm glad for it. Thank you. Well, I did the same thing for Robin in in his career. I don't think that's I don't think that's true. I don't think I'm a teacher in Maryland without you. I think he did. I think it'd be probably be the exact same spot without you rob would still be overseas. Rob would be overseas right now. Jeff would claim that I would have probably played at like Maryland Eastern Shore off towards recruiting websites or whatever. He was doing your skill level was, you know, when I first saw you it might have been IPFW I think probably more often more appropriately according you just got done calling a a barnburner an absolute charmer know Rob, Minnesota, Michigan State game. Everybody and their mother thought that Michigan state was going to come out after that last performance against Northwestern and beat The Living Daylights out of Richard Pitino and in Minnesota, but ultimately, you know, what about Minnesota is the better team today. They're they're they're more talented. They're they're put together..

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"jeff" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

04:37 min | 4 months ago

"jeff" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"Which can get very expensive Different looks that you want. To emulate way wade's hairstyles and then the hardest. I don't wanna say the hardest part because this isn't the hardest part for me. This is my favorite part of the process for me is learning how they move. Every artist moves differently. Britney has thing with her hands she goes like this christina has a thing with her hand where she goes like this lady gaga goes like this and she likes to point a lot and taylor swift like look to the side and she likes to do this thing like this the microphone. You know this very intense wave singing. Taylor swift is and she just stands there. So there's an. I'm there's everything from lip movements you know. There's there's the way that christina puckers her lips and there's the way that Lady gaga makes the growl face and britney has the tight lips because she can't really sing trying to push it out so i mean there's everything from lit movements hand movements to the way they dance to the way they walk. Britney drags her feet when she walks. gaga skips a lot and she gaga doesn't stand still combs like christina. Takes break. you know brittany doesn't sing but when you do gaga who you have to dance and sing your damn heart out. It's insane insane gaga. So yeah so. It's it's a very lengthy process of and lots of studying. I don't think people realize and even even now like before. I go on stage. I actually liked to watch a video of them to like not only refresh my memory but just feel what they feel and how they feel when they're on stage so i like to do that as well. It gets me in the mood to bet so crazy. I mean again. I don't think people realize how much work goes into this type of performing. I mean i do to a certain degree because you guys have been nice enough to kind of take me behind the curtain on this stuff but even still like. I'm still learning stuff. This is a lot of work back when you enjoy it. It's not work. yes that's fair. That's totally fair. Is there a particular impersonation that you love more than others people. Ask me all the time. And it's so hard to pick a favorite. Because they're all like my children studied them for so many years like and they're all different like britney is just conic. You know like her. Her dances like people know her dances people. Do the dances with me like so when doing britney it's like you don't really have to worry about the singing the dancing and so that's what i love about britney and the songs are so good and they're so iconic everyone knows them and then with christina you know she is like the most like me vocally. I like riffing and just like crazy singing. Which is so fun. A little bit of dancing. Not hardcore dancing with christina and then with gaga. It's like she just. She's nuts on stage singing dancing. She's playing the piano jumping off the stage. She's you know like it's just. I get to just act of control on stages gaga so. That's really fun. And then as taylor. I like doing taylor. Because she's real like lanky and skinny. Like i am so i don't have to like cover up with costumes to cover up my body. I literally like embrace. My skinny awkwardness as taylor. So that's fun. Because i get to be a little bit more like not myself but i i don't have to worry about like being perfect with dance moves because she's not she's just like you know foils all over the place and again her songs. Great and she's more of a country. Crossover pop singer so i love her songs and then faith is just stand there and say all the country songs that all the older people love you know and it's not more of like a concert at gaga concert. Faith is more like a everyone sits back in has a glass of wine and watches you know and people enjoy it differently than they would enjoy me as gaga so there are all different. I love them all in separate ways. So it's not like if someone calls me. What's your favorite character. That's the one you you have to.

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"jeff" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

06:34 min | 4 months ago

"jeff" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"Next from episode number sixty three. I'm joined by the house band at re-re irish pub in the shops at mandalay. Bay dave rooney and dave brown of the black donnelley's. It's a funny thing though is that When i'm talking to people you know people come in and yeah so. Are you really irish. Are you putting on that accent. you know. Look at them according to go. Are you really american. Are you really wherever. You're from where you keep this for forty hours. You know what i meant. Be if you try very hard but the very suspicious and then we worked at us way because lots of people actually pretend that the from warren's on the fall oil-rich esque pakistani. Really bad actions. I mean really them. Say these use these terminologies. Are you ready for pint. We don't talk to mungo and then again. A say this launch it never launcher are among is a right crack ain't it. That was terrible. I don't even know what that was very much like that. You know where where we can detect immediately that these people aren't natives. You know what i mean. i look at. Don't get me wrong. i mean we don't think we're special better than anybody else that we never pretend to be anybody else we ourselves and we expect out of everyone else when you come up when you stand up on harbor specs what are you doing. You know case you know what we got a lot. A million people are so suspicious of of our accidents. And why and i think a lot of that. I guess it's the it's the whole vegas vibe in that where nothing really. Nothing is real. Exactly nothing no. You've got a giant pyramid in the desert and eiffel tower down the street and statue of liberty and fake canals. And all that can stuff so you gotta appreciate that. I guess it's a wonderful thing. Although most think they'd been drugged they dropped an awesome. Absolutely but it really is what creation are what a place and the the the i mean you can embrace las vegas for what it is within. It's definitely one of the best places in the war hans down you can also look at it as being fake and you can look at it as being a soulless on the on the on the air dan types of of feelings that you can get a various times during the air you know for the most part for us. It's a very good window right place to network right place to experience on the mountain. Those actually come to muhammed. You know what i mean. So it's pretty good. It's worked very well for us. I'm not saying that would work for everybody buddha. Generally if you're open for you to embrace it within then there for for you to take the same all went when people talk about again. People only won't campfire get. You don't have to go with living in vegas. We don't live on the strip. Like you know what i mean. We don't live on the eiffel tower. You know we were fifteen. Twenty minutes roy from place we have our own label here a where we live in henderson. And it's it's great. Look until sound we wanna copy them from one of to most atomic tourist centers in the world. You know what. I mean by over where we are saying with tablets and they. We're all these people you know. I think they said in people do the command and embrace and then lose and go like. We traveled note. You see on the cars coming into vegas and everybody. Oh vegas baby announced. Their oklahoma is incumbent on the all combustion again six weeks later you know and it's it's a great working because everyone's going to avoid you know on it's great like with the conventions on locals we feed off that well you know that's helped us to be gates like six days a week and it will and it's i guess the the way you put it as you said earlier we were talking about you. Know how you kinda get down playing so many gigs in a night or so many gigs in a day. Kind of deal with that atmosphere in las vegas. That's really got. I would imagine as you say it really helps. You continued to stay up. The whole thing is that it's very transient right. And this helps. Because if you've got a constant conveyor belts of people coming in and out all the time so you'd never got the same never got the same crowd right. You're not going to send gig together without. We never use a set list. We don't use a set list It's just something that all you've done boy at the same road. Ever since we started on it it never fails. And the reason for that is is that you you. You're your measure you talk to the crowd. You engage the crowd you see what kind of demographic they are obviously and you get some feedback about what like we ask for requests on time. We play off the quote all of the time. It works eighty nine percent of its words sixty percent of the time all the time. I don't know it's a it's It's one of them. Things transients 'em it's grade. The third part i would say about is that people are there for a reason to enjoy themselves blow off steam. The energy is always open. You've always got the holiday boy going on and and therefore we feed off energy. Because when you don't have the energy without a i cannot believe how much energy gets actually stopped eating billion out to the show which what we're experiencing on our show the moments where you don't have the applause you don't have the thing at the end of the two hours are sometimes you actually have to go on like geez. Yeah but i mean sorry. I know that was a long winded. Answer another question. We certainly feed off very very transient. And.

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"jeff" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

01:37 min | 4 months ago

"jeff" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"In spanish its name means the meadows you might know it as the entertainment capital of the world lost wages or simply sin city of course talking about fabulous las vegas nevada on average forty. Two million people. Visit las vegas every year. And i'm one of them. I love this city. the sights. The sounds the shows the people history. I want to share all of it with you. Taking you to the world famous vegas strip and beyond my name is jeff. And this is the jeff. Does bag is podcast. Hey there welcome to the best of the jeff does vegas podcast one of the things. I've enjoyed the most about doing this. Podcast is helping of you. Guys plan your own trips to las vegas and i've been able to do that in a couple of different ways. Firstly with my trip report episodes. I love being able to share my vegas experience with you and provide you with reviews of hotels restaurants shows attractions and anything else that i've gotten up to during my time in the city secondly through the various conversations. I've had with vegas related experts who have recruited to help. Answer your questions on a variety of topics over the last couple of years. We've covered tipping etiquette where to find the best late night. Eats how to plan an epic girls trip. And even what not to do as you start making plans for potential trips in the coming year. I thought it might be wise to re share..

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"jeff" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

03:29 min | 5 months ago

"jeff" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"On this episode of the jeff does vegas podcast when you smell them. That reminds you of that. Great time that you had when you were gambling and hopefully one a little bit of money but also you had a wonderful time in vegas. You saw these shows you had this you know. It's such a wonderful gorgeous resort. You were at someone and it's gonna make you then want to go back but specifically go back to that particular resort or casinos in spanish. Its name means the meadows. You might know it as the entertainment capital of the world lost wages or simply sin city. Of course. I'm talking about fabulous. Las vegas nevada on average forty. Two million people. Visit las vegas every year. And i'm one of them. I love this city the sights. The sounds the shows the people history. I wanna share all of it with you. Taking you to the world famous vegas strip and beyond might have miss jeff and this is the jeff does vegas podcast. Hey there and welcome.

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"jeff" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

04:07 min | 6 months ago

"jeff" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

"We just pick a word we might pick a YouTube video a TED Talk and just watch it and talk about it. You'd be amazed amazed at what happens in those little meetings of people opening up and sharing and they start to hear themselves and they're going dang the bosses in here and he's asking our opinion right people are they want to know they have a voice and want to know they can participate and have fun and that you care and I do I love it. I look forward to it. Now. Do I have time to do that job? The day of a busy day. I mean no, I don't have time. I really don't but what I get in that one our investment five times a month that's five hours is 10 times the production of our people. Yeah, it is told on the by entire right and you're working on the business instead of in it. Yeah, baby. I love it. It's and I'm telling you after not been dead now for about five years with these guys and and now it's just like we are going to meet aren't with Jeff Jeff. We are meeting you you had to postpone the meeting with when are we rescheduling and and I love that cuz they're they're used to it. Yeah. Yeah, you're crazy thing I did is I took him down to the county library here in Boise and showed a lot of them how to check out audiobooks and and things and I'm amazed at how many are listening to audiobooks now just creating that culture of growth man, you know, we're growing plants. So why not grow yourself too and get better and life has so much to offer if you go out and be proactive and seek it and these guys I could tell you stories of guys on our crew who have gone who have left who have just who they've outgrown us in a great way and they've gone on to do better things and we're we're so proud of them excited for them. Yeah, I think plants have maybe a cracked that nut off of of growing always constantly growing is their nature and they're also Pretty much content at the same time Jeff what happens to a plant when it quits growing? Well it dies. Right what happens to us? When we stopped growing same diff, but you know what? We can't whether we yeah, you're right. I mean a lot of Walking Corpse around you. Maybe maybe maybe they're The Walking Dead right? I think I'm just wondering what you know what time's the funeral to to make it official. But when when you run into somebody who's not growing, you know it your eyes are hard their heart is hard and they they have all the answers and and their ways the right way that's rolling in there in the direction of their grave. Essentially. They're grown in the wrong direction. Yeah. That's right. That's right. Yeah what I love about landscape University, it allows them to grow continuously and it never stops just never stopped growing up. I could talk more but you've got to go. Yeah, I got a being persistent now miss basketball game to go to miss that so yeah. All right. This has been a blast and thanks for being off. Show oh and I'm going to say you're you're you're one more time. So you can find out more about Jeff's business and it's speaking gigs at Jeff McManus speed.com. Did I did I get that right? You did Jeff and you you're an awesome host and hey, just one quick shout-out. I do have a book coming out growing a week or two leaders and it's coming out this fall. So I will let me know when it comes out and I'll add a link to in your in your show notes so we can promo your book, too. Thanks, Jeff. All right, brother had to being on the show. Thanks for heaven. All right, enjoy that basketball game will do..

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"jeff" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

05:31 min | 6 months ago

"jeff" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

"Creed kind of like the Green Berets and have their own pretty sure we were challenged by a Green Beret to develop our own Creed and we did it and it's it's a really cool thing every Monday morning after our meeting we just talked about this is what what we are and this is what we're about and it helps transfer culture to the new people who come in that, you know, we're we're known because we lead by example, you know, we adapt and overcome and all those kind of fun things and that's that's pretty cool because it's like you can just point at the wall and go well for championships off. We're probably not wrong. Yeah national championships, right? That's right. It's almost like you've got the Vince Lombardi crib behind what you're talking about. But we have banners hanging in the foyer said I kid you not a home, you know how they hang banners and Coliseum. Yeah. We did this. We did this real nice Fair appreciation lunch for him and I didn't tell any of them what I was doing and I had these banjo Rolled up in the rafters. And so at the end of the celebration was over we were all upfront getting our pictures made and I grabbed the mic and I said in two thousand and three landscape you thought Ole Miss one national award and the guy went over there any ripped. He'll pull the cord in the banner drops down like a you know, 2003 National Championship how to do it again a 2009 Newsweek name's Ole Miss most beautiful campus in the nation and another a pulls down the next one. And so now we got these four banners hanging out there and it's like yeah baby person a ride. Yeah. Yeah. That's yeah, that's that's all part of the college scene to yeah. Yeah, so like winning a game. Yeah, you know, that's those guys are so passionate about sports. They all are in the SEC southeastern conference is just a porch a sports driven culture. So we I leverage that I use that as much as I can whatever image Takes to get people to love what they do. This is funny a guy was working for me and he says Jeff I hate putting out pine needles around the plants pine needles is our mulch here kind of like wood chips or Cypress to pick up, right? Yeah. That's true. Yeah, and he goes, I hate it and we put out a lot of it. I mean we put out lots of and he goes but I do it I do it because it helps our head football coach recruit the next Dexter McCluster in the next Eli Manning in the decks. That's awesome. But you know, he was connecting with the fact that that's fine needles helps the football team. That's true true. Yeah because we get our coaches to come we get our coaches to come to our meetings on Monday and and just sort of brag on the guys. We want them to we want them to feel that long in that importance and lift up their job. So that's a lot of fun. So your website is Jeff McManus speaking. Com. Yeah now you speak for not just in the Landscaping wage. So you're all over the place. I know you give us some more examples of the folks that you've you've spoke for. Well, I've I've spoken to a few in the green industry. I've gone to Caterpillar Chick-fil-A Chick-fil-A. That's good. Yeah workers or they I mean they yeah, they need a lot of help or no..

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"jeff" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"jeff" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

"You'll eventually over grow and out and weed out those negative things and we found that to be very true in our area so lets me a little bit about this this this leadership thing this leaders to leaders kind of concept that you can yeah, right cuz it's fascinating to me and it it said It reminds me of some the crap that I had to go through to finally when I was I could tell so many stories about just mistakes leadership mistakes, you know where I make an assumption about a thing and then it all blows up, right and then and then of course when things blow up you're the leader it's your fault and it comes back and you know, it's just a slap. It's like man the solution was right in front of me the whole time and I was just blind to the whole thing, you know, and it's only in retrospect that you come back and go home. Now that everything went bad and I fixed it. What how can I get better in the future kind of thing, you know you were you were willing to have that awareness. So Jeff and that's the key thing is being willing to see that you're part of the solution as well. Right one of the best feedbacks I ever got when I went to Miami and I had a boss probably one of the bosses. I leased wage respected. Probably one of the worst bosses I've ever had. He wasn't there very long, but he gave me some of the best feedback ever had in a Hurricane Andrew had just wage through our our area and and we were working hard to clean up after Andrew and he's in my evaluation. He goes Jeff because you're doing a great job gave me gave me the sandwich. Jeff gave me the sandwich and all these good things and then he says you take things too personally, right? I go and I go no, I don't it's a birth. Correct answer. Well, no, I don't know I don't you talking about that's not me. I'm telling you it stung at her because I never had an evaluation like that before and he was right he was dead on in that blind spot once I got over that and was able to digest it. It was I was so much better as a leader realize and I do have black spots and I still do in the in one of the hardest things I do now today, but I do it a force myself to do it is to ask the people who answer to me my direct reports to give me a $3 valuation because I'm not going to get better if they don't if they're not honest with me and I can't get mad at them, but I have to listen to them and I get some of the best feedback even though I don't think it was like it I was told recently I hate this man. I'm sitting here sharing all my stuff. So that's it's the show. It's okay. Yep. Therapy, I'm not having to pay for this therapy do not have to pay. So she tells me one of the girls his direct reports. She goes, you know, she gives me the sandwich all the great things and then she goes sometimes when you're walking through your so focused but you look mad you look like you're mad. Hm. She.

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"jeff" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

03:16 min | 6 months ago

"jeff" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

"You'll eventually over grow and out and weed out those negative things and we found that to be very true in our area so lets me a little bit about this this this leadership thing this leaders to leaders kind of concept that you can yeah, right cuz it's fascinating to me and it and it said It reminds me of some of the crap that I had to go through to finally when I was I could tell so many stories about just mistakes leadership mistakes, you know where I make an assumption about a thing and then it all blows up, right and then and then of course when things blow up you're the leader it's your fault and it comes back and you know, it's just a slap. It's like man the solution was right in front of me the whole time and I was just blind to the whole thing, you know, and it's only in retrospect that you come back and go home. Now that everything went bad and I fixed it. What how can I get better in the future kind of thing, you know you were you were willing to have that awareness. So Jeff and that's the key thing is being willing to see that you're part of the solution as well. Right one of the best feedbacks I ever got when I went to Miami and I had a boss probably one of the bosses. I leased wage respected. Probably one of the worst bosses I've ever had. He wasn't there very long, but he gave me some of the best feedback ever had in a Hurricane Andrew had just wage through our our area and and we were working hard to clean up after Andrew and he's in my evaluation. He goes Jeff because you're doing a great job gave me gave me the sandwich. Jeff gave me the sandwich and all these good things and then he says you take things too personally, right? I go and I go no, I don't it's a birth. Correct answer. Well, no, I don't know I don't you talking about that's not me. I'm telling you it stung at her because I never had an evaluation like that before and he was right he was dead on in that blind spot once I got over that and was able to digest it. It was I was so much better as a leader realize and I do have black spots and I still do in the in one of the hardest things I do now today, but I do it a force myself to do it is to ask the people who answer to me my direct reports to give me a $3 valuation because I'm not going to get better if they don't if they're not honest with me and I and I can't get mad at them, but I have to listen to them and I get some of the best feedback even though I don't think it was like it I was told recently I hate this man. I'm sitting here sharing all my stuff. So that's it's the show. It's okay. Yep. Therapy, I'm not having to pay for this therapy do not have to pay. So she tells me one of the one of the girls his direct reports. She goes, you know, she gives me the sandwich all the great things and then she goes sometimes when you're walking through your so focused but you look mad you look you look like you're mad. Hm. She.

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"jeff" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

03:30 min | 6 months ago

"jeff" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

"So much for being on my podcast. Wow change. I am glad to be here with you my friend. All right, so you are in Oxford Mississippi, which is just a little ways away from Memphis. Tell us a little bit what's going on in your area right now? Well, we affectionately call this the holy land of Mississippi and if we raided the Church of Elvis, well, actually the the Church of Ole Miss football game we gotcha. Okay, most people worship here. So we have a great college town great culture small town life almost like Mayberry, but on steroids a little bit and it's just a great time. I went to school at another sec College Auburn University, which is about six little six hours down the road. Okay and had a blast home. Degree in Horticulture and learned all about plants and all how to grow things and make things beautiful. That's pretty amazing. That's a fun degree. It seems like it seems like it it took one of the lucky ones that kind of fell into something you loved right away. Well, I'd say luck or maybe look that I found it because it's an interesting story how I got there Joe interesting stories. That's good. So actually a marketing major well in my brother owned a garden center back home in Douglasville, Georgia, so I was going to connect there on the summer work job and just work in the garden center and help people with plants and I said, hey, I better take a plan ID class at while I'm at all Burns and learn a little Horticulture. So I did and I loved it ran into a great sister called Harry Ponder and he knew every plant named it seemed like in the world, but Jeff the name he knew that impressed me the most was my name. And he never forgot it in every day. I walked into class. He said Jeff. How you doing Jeff from Douglasville, Georgia. Well that made an impression on me so much so that I am taking my marketing class. And by the way, I failed it terribly miserably fail the class. I said, you know what I kind of like this Horticultural gig and I kind of like these people over there cuz they need they really give you they connect with you. So I ended up changing my major into Horticulture and I really liked it really dig it. But you know, that was a struggle it was two more years worth of organic chemistry and botany and all that stuff. But hey, when you find something in a passion, you love and something you love go for it. That's what idea. Yeah. So tell us a little bit about what wait a minute. You know, what came to mind. Did you see the movie The Martian? No, I haven't seen it yet. Is good? Well, the hero is a botanist. Oh you do that and it's closed and of course all the other all the other astronauts gives him a bunch of you know shit for being a botanist and and you know using him to being about being a botanist because you know, they're all astronauts. Yeah, and it ends up saving a life. So there you go. Well, you'll appreciate this Jeff all my friends. We we would be sitting around and studying and my friends were accounting majors and business school and all these other things and they look at me go. Hey Jeff did you know you're getting a degree in manual labor and its Horticultural you're going to be working outside digging up plants..

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"jeff" Discussed on Launch Life with Jeff Walker

Launch Life with Jeff Walker

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"jeff" Discussed on Launch Life with Jeff Walker

"So we're talking about money and I'm going to wrap up this little miniseries with us and we're gonNA talk about the evolution of money in the evolution of you an evolution of your relationship to money at least with regards to your business. So I mentioned last week about this like when I started out I spent nothing on my business. Almost nothing I had. I went and got a mailbox. I rented a mailbox and that was it and I did. I did everything myself. I hired know one fact. I didn't hire anyone for years. Figured everything out on my own. Did everything found free services for as long as I could and built a pretty nice little business like that and then things have changed over the years. I've got this great big team. We've got a team of over thirty people. We've got a lot of cost. We've got a lot of report. We've got fancy branding. We've got a fancy camera. Many fancy cameras all kinds of fancy tack spend a lot of money on our websites and our technology and everything. It's a crazy much money we spent and they're so there's an evolution that you go through and you and I'll tell you here here's one is like you go from flying coach and maybe a flight would cost you three hundred dollars that some point. Maybe you make that decision to start flying first class because if coaches three hundred dollars and I classes twelve hundred dollars. How could it possibly be worth it to spend an extra nine hundred dollars to get on the same plane to go to the same place? While at some point as your success grows the value of your time grows and if all of a sudden you're doing work that's worth a thousand dollars an hour or three thousand ten thousand dollars an hour and it will happen if you continue to evolve your skills this actually will happen. But let's just say it's a thousand dollars an hour that your time is now worth a thousand people would actually pay you without dollars an hour or the the the the work that you do to create something. Pays you back the equivalent of thousand dollars an hour now all of a sudden if you get on that flight and as a three hour flight in now since you're in first class you can be on your computer and you can be productive versus being cramped and coach and that being a work on your machine and now you're GonNa arrive at your destination so much more refreshed because of that first class experience. Well now that you've got like three hours of productivity plus the extra productivity when you land now is it worth an extra nine hundred dollars for that ticket. Yeah of course it is. Of course it is so. That's the kind of thinking that you're gradually going to be a and you'll do this all areas it's like does it pay for me to edit this video. I've built up the skills. I can edit a video but does it pay for me when you're starting out. Yes it's way better for you to do that. Video versus go and spend a lot of money on a video editor but at some point. It makes more sense to pay someone to do that. I mean flipping back to that flight. Okay so let's say it was the difference what I say three hundred dollars and twelve hundred dollars now. What if you could take a private jet and spend ten thousand dollars on that same flight? That can't possibly make sense right. But what if that private jet actually saves you an entire day of travel because of the way the connections worked and this kind of thing happens for me because I live out in a little town and you have to take a few hops. A few connections and I've had situations where taking a private flight actually meant. I could stay at a conference for an entire extra day and so if I can stay at a conference maybe make one connection that now with the leverage my business has one significant connection with the right person could be worth tens of thousands or long hundreds of thousands of dollars now all of a sudden. There's a ten thousand dollar. Private flight makes sense. It absolutely can. So what I'm getting at is overtime your relationship as your as the business grows as your success growth. Your relationship with money is going to change sucker change who you are but your relationship with money and the way you need to think about money and the leverage that money can create is a really important thing so there is a time to be very very very frugal to really watch the pains especially watch any fixed cost that you add to your business and then there's a time where it absolutely makes sense to invest in things that raise your professionalism or increase the efficiency of your time increase your productivity. It's very interesting evolution and I can. I can remember when you know I was scrimping by for every penny and things are different now. It's been an amazing journey. And it's one that becomes more important as you become more successful so just wrapping up this money series. I know mostly talked and concepts because these are short videos and I don't have a lot of time but if you were interested in me going deeper on some of these no promises. I'm not thinking about doing a course. This isn't a shot across the bow or anything like that but I might decide to do some more longer individuals about these type of things and give you real examples. Walk through exactly how it works. If you're interested in that scroll down let me know or if you're just like Jeff I've had enough of this money stuff go leave it behind. Go to something else. That's fine too. But if you want to hear more in depth about money and about how it works and your business and how you need to think about it then let me know and let me know what I should cover in what you're interested otherwise. That's scroll down leader common for me. And let's go get.

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"jeff" Discussed on Launch Life with Jeff Walker

Launch Life with Jeff Walker

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"jeff" Discussed on Launch Life with Jeff Walker

"Lots of different ways to deliver the knowledge but if you're in this business if you WanNa have long term success well let's talk about real quick you're listening to the launch life with Jeff Walker here's Jeff Let's talk about long term success especially in this business the amazing people these amazing clients of mine these amazing owners these amazing mastro mastermind partners and so I'm looking forward to that event so this is a deal if you want to have long-term success a show up and serve people and get them results in obsessed for her students actually start to exceed the teacher and so I have students who have add more result better bigger period and so let's just say I think speaks from some amount of knowledge on this topic and here's here's another thing so I the stars of the Pilaf World The stars of the launch world coming out stepping onstage and sharing the latest learnings from their latest the formula which teaches you how to do this my live live event which is me walking through the curriculum but launch con is all about my of really comes down to being a servant Servant Leader Servant teacher a servant expert and showing up really serving your people and getting them results kind of events coming up in a matter of vinyl number a few weeks it's early November and that event is basically built on tactics new tweaks no extensions to the formula so launch becomes where it's at but really just started off like me saying how can I celebrate the knowledge but if you're in this business if you want to have long-term success well let's talk about real quick I started talking about this last week when this idea launches I love this event this is our fourth year we've done this event and basically just I created it because I wanted to wait a celebrate the community and celebrate is much about your delivery about your marketing and Oh by the way your delivery is the start of your marketing does that make sense to your delivery get where you're out there teaching whether it's an online course remember ship cider a seminar workshop mastermind lots of different ways to deliver you put the whole formula in Harper sent but we're constantly we as a community are constantly developing new strategies news thousand five and so to my knowledge there's no other product out there and other training product that's been around for this online training product it's been around for this long results the me and their lodges and I celebrate them I celebrate them that's a win in fact I have an an event my that and and just perspective I just came out of my latest release approximates formula and the first release was October twenty first ration- of of my clients sharing their biggest well not so much during their base wins but sharing what they've learned so it's absolute latest cutting edge so wisdom and celebrate their learnings and frankly I didn't have another venue to share the latest cutting edge stuff because within product formula it's you know I put everything product inexperienced getting people results that's the leading edge of your marketing so short serve them getting results celebrate them and hopefully you'll have the amazing served people results celebrate those results and really you like one of the I think the marks a great teacher is one is through. Actually that's and that's the way you get long term results as if if you get result for people they're gonNa tell other people about you're GONNA be able to share their stories that's those last week I talked about suits I have the actual sturt exceed your results so I'm Jeff Walker wherever you are scroll down for me and let's go get him you which all the finest the knowledge business or the wisdom business or the expert business or the information business how there's lots of different terms but this

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"jeff" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"jeff" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"But now without any further ado, let's jump right onto the stage at the film school right after I introduced screenwriter. Jeff bueller? And director nNcholas McCarthy to chat about their latest film. The prodigy. So this is this is an external time in the screening series apply. Cast. I love you. It's good to see you again. But you know, we always love to start with with breaking in stories. And I think it'll be interesting to to hear about my story. Yes. But both of your stories. I Jeff did you go to did you go to film school or or from whence does thou hill in this journey? I did kind of go to film school. I work. I went to UC Santa Cruz I entered as an undergraduate biochemistry student, and I left in theater arts. Okay. All right. That happens to a lot of BioChem students. Like, what can I do where it would be really hardly we sabotage your future. So how'd you how'd your parents take that little switch? Oh, my parents are. But my dad's an artist I was okay BioChem thing was a re was the rebellious reaction to my family. And then the theater arts thing was like you've come back to the full, right? I did that I did that. And so did you we writing redirecting anything when you were school at UC Santa Cruz? It's more like experimental video art and strange sort of set design and some Shakespeare it wasn't really what I would call. It's not like film school that we have here in LA, which is like the school where you learn how to deal with the film industry. I didn't learn one thing about the industry or how to navigate at making a film at school. But I did have a great time. And I learned a lot about art. Yeah. If you're focusing on your craft is still a win. Nick. Did you go to school for this went to SUNY? Purchase. Didn't you cover this and the other pod? But it's it's so far back on I tunes that I wanted to reset the clock a little now I went to SUNY. Purchase in New York. And that was a great film school, but also absolutely geared towards a kind of super independent. I think we, you know, they would show us guitar films and Brisson films, and then kind of cast us out in the world. And it took me many years to to figure out some way to actually what do you make a living. When you watch last day at Marian bad. And then it's like now go make your career like what are you supposed to do at the time in the the nineties there? There was a pretty robust independent film scene going on in New York City, which a lot of us got dumped into where I was a grip and an electric on a lot of these films that we're getting made then, but it wasn't until I moved out to Los Angeles and sold the fuck out now if I moved out to Los Angeles, and and with with the goal of of saying, how do you how do you make a movie how do you get a movie made? And and it just took me many years to to to get there. I want to give people at baseline before we get to tonight's movie, the prodigy and just kind of go back through your career little because it's always interested..

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