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"jeff fisher" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"I'm sure to but i'm also thinking that. He resigned to take a lot of pressure. Off of mark davis. Yeah because mark davis was a a part of this. Didn't realize any of this. So i'm sure that he resigned at a respect for al davis and mark davis which he should have done and he basically cancelled himself yeah. I think there's examples that we've seen over the last year or so where there is one accusation by somebody that may be unfounded and then that person gets cancelled. And then you can say all right. This is a cancelled culture. Situation this right. These aren't accusations. These are emails that we have seen his words and there is multiple offenses in these emails. So that's why and then given everything we've the league has gone through whether there are some people that support what the league is gone through and some people. Don't i mean you know it's always both sides is always. Are you know you try to straddle the fence and you try to listen to each side. But in this case any reasonable person impractical practical person any person with any understanding of what the league has gone through over the last two years over the last five years over the last ten years realizes them when you compare these emails to what the league has been sending out and trying to do You know there's just no way for him to remain as head coach. There's no way to hip ran the remain to be any part of the league. Yeah can't and he was and you mentioned that is high profile as it got and you're talking about big personality nicknames. Super bowl winning head coach. Espn was a star in that booth became the head coach with a humongous contract or one of the most popular teams in the nfl. I mean this anybody who's emails would be uncovered in this way. That had that in it would not survive in their current job. But when you're jon gruden there needs to be. I shouldn't say an example made out of him but it was just one of those things like this just it couldn't remain in that way. I mean there's just there's no. I'm with you on. There's no argument to the. There's not. There's not an argument and i thought the initial email was was enough for him to resign. Yeah given the fact. In the state of you know how vocal i would say. Many of the black players have become over the years towards racism and subtle racism and hidden racism and things of that nature which obviously is attached to and i. Don't you know i've i've known jon gruden for a long time. I've covered him for a long time. I don't know very well i would. I know well enough. That if i had to text them and ask them a question about his team he would respond. Yeah never gone out to dinner with them. But you know he's got a reputation. He's always had a reputation for being hothead. He's always had a reputation for being tough on his quarterbacks. He's always had a reputation for being an i hate to say this but a guy's guy this guy he's a man you know. Put up with all this other nonsense. How female referees are you kidding. I mean it's the kind of crap game player getting drafted right dealing with here so You know he's had an incredibly successful career but unfortunately it is all now for not because of what he decided to put an email to the of the washington. Football team bruce oun. Do you remember when carl nassib came out and we reference. What jon gruden said about it. Put it so eloquently. Yeah i mean it's amazing to look back on that now and then to see what he was saying about michael sam at the time. What you're saying about jeff fisher. Yeah well jeff fisher drafting. Michael sam coaches go back and forth stabbing each other in the back. All of time crap goes on i. I wouldn't say that. The language goes on old time but the the disdain for one another and the backstabbing and the insecurities are wrought throughout the league. I mean from the players who are worried about keeping their jobs. Yeah and getting the contract that they believe that they deserve to the head. Coach is always looking over their shoulders for their for their replacement. Because they're going to. They know they're going to get fired eventually. So and that's happening in a lot of teams right now as we speak and we're five games into the regular season and they're already fan base. Is that a screaming for you. Know coaches jobs and want change. Our family's this got some air kind of environment that lends itself to the idiocy of our neue paranoia insecurities and then this is the way that some some of these older guys end up talking. So i i don't know it's just a it's a bad. It's just such a bad. Look for the raiders in the nfl. And that's why i. I'm not shocked at all when they said breaking news last night and adam adam came on. Espn has got to be about jon. Gruden it's gotta be about sure. I mean that was really the only story unless there was some sort of big injury from sunday that we didn't know about. How comfortable do you have to be to use your company. Email in these e mail chains. Where naked pictures were sent back and forth like i mean i've seen some stuff on some groups texts with by knucklehead friends and stuff but like to use your company email and stuff like that he was using his privaty talking about bruce allin. Oh no that's that's a whole another story but Yeah i mean some groups using his personally. Now bruce allin was on this email chain using his frigging company emails team at right and i do believe in other reason. I don't wanna see. But but i also do believe that the nfl and their human resources within each team is explaining to all their executives and their coaching staff that this is an nfl email system and we retain all the emails. So it's almost like you know the government you know if somebody from the white house sending an email to somebody else. There's a record of that email and what you're saying and what you're doing so it's very similar in that fashion and i would think that number one of your maury smith. You'd be disgusted by those insults if roger goodell. You're going to be disgusted by those in salt. If you are mark davis you have to be discussed the by those insults because you are a partner to the other thirty one teams in the league. You know it's a very unique kind of set up the way the league does things. It's one thirty two and thirty two for one so jerry jones does well in dallas. Mike brown's gonna do well in cincinnati and this is the way it was all set up because of the the founders that founded the league including wellington to marry here at new york. Who said you know we got to share of the pie to keep everybody going for so that the way this whole thing is set up there was just this way. Dad jon gruden could ever walk the sideline of an nfl field ever again ever again. Thirty years ago this fall a law. Professor named anita hill testified about sexual harassment at clarence thomas supreme court confirmation hearings now because of anita tells the real story of what happened and what's changed you'll hear from journalists witnesses and activists and listen in on the first public conversation between professor hill and dr christine lousy for that's because of anita production of pineapple street studios and the media are out now. Wherever you get your podcasts right. Now you're hearing all your favorite music on your favorite station but wait. 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"jeff fisher" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"The peter hernandez this is the friday morning drive. This is the call that started the ball that began the whole podcast series. That now we now feature at douglas element so welcome to the friday morning. Drive i'm super excited today to have Jeff fisher on my call. Let me tell you why. I think teams and and forming a team being on a team. our teams better than individual agents individual agents better than teams. You know which models best you know. All of these questions are being bantered around by coaches. They're being bantered around by the asian community. F- i think it's got everybody's attention everybody's thinking about them and everybody's looking at him and i think teams can be amazing amazing. I think you can be amazing individual agent but today we are gonna talk about teams and and what made this call for me super exciting and in when i was prepping with jeff on it was the jeff is bringing a different approach to team. And jeff's gonna do. Are you gonna do by a six. Maybe even as much as one hundred million if everything hits This year he's got thirteen people on his team. Six brand new agents and seventies had been working.
"jeff fisher" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I mentioned yesterday. I word backhoe you have that in common and yeah. He's he seems like he's having a really nice retirement. We went fly fishing. You did yeah. That's exactly what jeff fisher would be doing. Eight nate like the fly. Fly fishing the eight native sports. Right like i make sense. I'm just surprised that you just gave up coaching. Nobody gives up coaching. Give it up. He couldn't get hired for a couple of seasons it was giving embiid the nfl. Jeff fisher coaches. don't hang on. He could be the head coach of illinois football if he wanted to be. Put another coach in the nfl. Did jeff fisher give football or did football. Give up jeff fisher. Smith is no longer with illinois actually gives fire last year but finding a line. the story. the story that charlotte was writing was about how the seven and nine comment kind of followed jeff fisher throughout his career and a lot of their lack of success that he may have had might not have all been his fault he kind of just became a meam and how he's kind of dealt with that since leaving the nfl and not really being asked back but he is the coach right or the former coach that would be most upset by seventeen game regular season right. I mean he loves eight yeah he is he is the guy it's weird now. The eight games is a losing season. Not just a mass season right. Are you prepared for how much the seventeen game season is going to change the way the like just use common language with football right yes. Four thousand yard season. A one thousand yard rushing season. Five hundred is no longer a thing. Wrote a thousand yards. Hasn't been thing in a while. But i think greg yesterday was saying that like sixty yards per carry. It's sixty yards per game. You know like you're not a very good running back. If you getting sixty yards a game you get to do. I mean because a thousand yards were set as a standard because right thirteen guys got to it every year. So i mean sixty yards. A game doesn't seem like much but it adds up what's going to be like the weirdest records like there's eight so there's tended seven now. There's lauren thirteen nine and eight. Four one fifteen in one right. The foreign twelve is dead. What if somebody goes sixteen to know to start the season and then losing final game. Did they still sixteen and out Well s yes. I but defeated right. They celebrated like the dolphins seventy two not play the final game. So for example you'd probably forfeit go sixteen and one at that point. Put it on the poll. If your team was sixteen and would you wanna quits. But even to describe undefeated season you would describe it as they went. Sixteen to know like sixteen was the lexicon in football. Yes or having an undefeated season. That's gone now. it is gone What if a team goes seventy two now. What happens to the sixty two know dolphins while the dolphins went seventeen no including the playoffs right fourteen in the regular season. The re postseason game. Yeah so they went seventeen. No so now the ship or it's no perfect sees so what if it's twenty now that could happen but then lose a super bowl. Yes well actually no. That couldn't happen because presumably the first round teams but twenty would be the new perfect c-correct. It'd be perfect season. So what if they went. Nineteen now and then lost the super bowl. They have lost the super bowl. Yeah what what's the most amount of perfect undefeated seasons we could have in one year. I'll hang up and listen. You mean like 'cause teams are playing against each other so if one team is perfect then that means that they'd have to be another team so if one team plays sixteen i guess you don't really wants seaman division. Could do it right. yeah division division. Yes played the window cleaning. Guy cleaned the windows windows. He is that the guy.
"jeff fisher" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Right on leagues. Well not really Jeff fisher keith. Mala neck and four pat gray. Today he is A galvanic in the countryside somewhere. Who knows we don't know where he is. He somewhere but you know we were talking about I gave you an example of a car accident and the difference in car sizes and there's been multiple car accidents in my life and I've pretty much totaled every car that i was in in those accidents. So they're good. That's fine as well and But we have a car car crash so a one car video right. Check this out and sign off the freeway. Lucas family looking on as this car catapults off highway. Ninety nine onto the road below. Pretty crazy to see somebody flying through the air surveillance cameras on an equipment shop car banking off the roadway through the air by probably fifty feet air. I'd say brian kane'ohe sure work friday. It's going to review the tape and we got to see the person actually beating the cars down the freeway. They'd probably do an eighty to a hundred miles an hour like a twenty-five zone. California highway patrol says. This swanee surveillance had just been involved in a hit and run moments earlier while driving backwards on highway ninety nine and exiting and on ramp. Brian kane'ohe took us through the moments leading. They came flying straight through here. There's a really hard left. Hand turn on going overpass up the woman behind the wheel. But that's not the only.
"jeff fisher" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"That's so awesome but yeah appraiser twenty twenty two dot com. We wait they were they. Were doing Somebody on twitter. They had What was it. Mattie lights or something like bush lights pbr. I think it was. Pbr's and they'll be there was somewhere bar by pbr's for a dollar fifty and they ranked our campaigns based on the quarterly quarterly finance report. On how many pbr. By and i think with greg abbott's you could buy like fifty million dollars and i think you could by like thirty two thousand. Be damn proud of that house. A jeff fisher two thousand twenty two campaign the how about no camping. You can get yourself one. Pbr here you go. So that's the chip. Roy said there are genuine. Hope for america this. Pbr was a dollar fifty and he posted a picture of it on twitter. Brad johnson he said because why the heck not i'm going to measure the texas governor race fundraising halls in these. Pbr's abbott thirteen million. Nine hundred fourteen thousand nine hundred eighty ours donahue fines six million eight hundred seventy two. Pbr's pray thirty two thousand five hundred ninety eight pbr's west in a not know what it's not about the money. It's not about money off of the great state of tech. It's about a believes in the red white and blue. Yeah no hard on the lone star. Yeah the grass roots the state of the lonestar so. I'm pretty sure. I owe somebody a few. Pbr's ronald combat. Yeah i'm blowing. I come out and say all these things. These people want to come at me like a typical politician. And i'm like oh no our campaign slogan we're here to f- shit up that that's not our campaign so because because we know what we're doing is we're playing the disruptor we're taking we're for the real people out there the blue-collar hard-working people to pull themselves up by their bootstraps. When they fall down the pick themselves up the dustin sales up keep on moving forward keep their head above. Water works six days a week. Take the family to church on sunday. Mornings get up to do it all over again. Those folks the folks that are the backbone of texas. That's what we're doing it for. So when they say. What do you think should be done about border. Security will every ranch on the southern border should be given a statement issued backhoe remind everybody that cadaver dogs can smell down twelve feet. You go ahead and predate your host fifteen okay and if somebody comes walking across your property with a shaved head tattoo on his face you drop them right there. Put them in your barium and then you just you just put their head on a stake in you put it right out there and say no trespassing. Exactly what the car house do in town or patrol. I mean i'm. I'm telling you want border security. Let's do that..
"jeff fisher" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"This music. you play when you when. I'm driving here to work on a cardboard box in the olympic village. So american kids binge-watching so much british cartoon pepe pig that they're developing english accents and even using words like tally in ready steady go. I would love that if my kids developed an english accent. I i hate when people do that. I like people want to talk to me and they won't stop it. My whole family mad at a chinese restaurant. And i start speaking chinese site accent. Can't help like we'll be. We'll go eat. Sushi and steve. Helms will be there any bow to them. No i'm like you don't do that anywhere else. Student they bring sake and through them. He does every time. What are you doing in the culture florida's huge for years. We didn't have any stories about kids. Trying to have kids speak spanish and it was a struggle trying to do was working. Thank god there's a place you want to go something. So they're committed cultures and want us to mix signal on the map on the map. Laura something we never watched my kids watch. Dora finally got lost in the jungle somewhere. Then movie came out. She had a she had a boyfriend. Named finn what. I don't know but anyway a screen screen term. They're like they're worried about these. These people pepe pig. Second most in demand cartoon after spongebob squarepants. Watching you take mushrooms right new ones really right pep. The four or five years has been around for years and years and they haven't any new episodes now but they make so many that you're bound to have not seen all of them. What about blimpy impartial. They're.
"jeff fisher" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"I love to watch the snakes. Eat each other. they just devouring each other right now. Facebook fired back at president. Joe biden on friday. After said that the gargantuan social media platform was killing people through the spread of misinformation about the corona virus. Pandemic play that clip mark on cova misinformation on misinformation. What's your message platforms like facebook. People really the only pandemic we have is among unvaccinated. Not killing people. That's a false statement right there. Sure we'll ninety percent of being you know if you're conservative republican. You're being censored and shut down. So that's definitely not true by it. So i don't know if you saw the cnn clip where we'll talk about that a minute but You know facebook. Basically help joe biden. Get alive yes. And we already have evidence of facebook's speaking with voucher was october duck. Communicated without you at the beginning of covert nineteen saying. What can we do to help. So i mean there there for them from the very beginning and now they're devouring each other. It's nice to watch. Actually so company came back said we will not be distracted by accusations. Art supported by facts. The fact is that more than two billion people have Viewed authoritative information about kobe. Nineteen vaccines facebook. Which is more than any other place on the internet. More than three point. Three million americans have also used our vaccine finder tool to find out where and how to get a vaccine. The facts show that facebook is helping save lives period. Right and jen psaki was just. She specifically mentioned twelve people that were right that were communicating sixty five percent of the misinformation. That's out there. Okay thanks yeah. She's at facebook in any other. Private sector company makes decisions about what information should be on their platform. Our point is that there is information that is leading to people not taking the vaccine and people are dying as a result. We have responsibility as a public health matter to raise that issue. Thanks jen manages just because someone went there to look to see where to find. A vaccine doesn't mean they went and got a vaccine. Because i did it to follow the steps and see where to find one right. I didn't go get it. Whatever happened in the first amendment and choice right doesn't know about that It's a fun with that. Let's see surgeon. General has to say. Play that i played that clip about big tech and covert president. Biden did accused social media. Platform killing people. Do you think conservative media like fox news are doing they with rhetoric. Like you just heard..
"jeff fisher" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Man is during you see where. What's her face nicole. Hannah jones turned down the gig. Yes she got after all that after all that after putting them through the ringer. Yep now you know what. I'm gonna take it. Yep you know worth okay. I'm going to sue you because you're not giving me tenure immediately. Okay we're going to give you ten year immediately okay. I don't want the job you want. Not going they're going to howard university. It's dead now now. This is the person who made up. Yes made up american history. That suited her. It's not real. Everybody knows it. Even the new york times said it's not actual history. Then why is it being taught. Why is it being taught I just read a critical race theory. Or was it this. Sixteen nineteen thing. That's in forty five hundred schools already. maybe maybe. crt i think it crt and it's it's something. I just barely have become aware of and it's already in forty five hundred schools just unbelievable like like we've mentioned here the people that put this originally together. Go back to the nineties you know. And and they're they're just love and how it's taken root now here are and they are patient. They are patient. We're seeing the effects of it. When we see the interviews of the college students on the street yes hating america. Yes believing that. We're all racist country believing that europe is a country. Now we see that every we see it every time and believing that we're we're not that we're not a great country in fact we're not even a country They're in their estimation. I mean you saw those kids the other day that campus reform thing. They have a disdain. They can yeah not only do they think we're not exceptional and not great. They don't even think we're good right it just about anybody could be better than we are. What was it the one one girl. I don't know some small country. So why is there a european country. That's better than here. Like who or even talking about europe. Yeah somebody in europe liechtenstein. Is that a where we're going with. This sure okay. Great it's unbelievable. It's really sad. And they asked the one they give their passport so come and visit. No no no no no no. I'm sorry no more visit. We'll send you to zimbabwe. It's a one way ticket. You got no passport. you can't come back good luck. God bless thank jeff fisher say good luck and god bless. We'll see you next on. The glenn beck program was still and jeffey my join us as well and they back here tomorrow. I'm back right..
Chiefs release Eric Fisher, Mitchell Schwartz
"Are very lucky. Chris canty that we have breaking news. Because otherwise i would be sitting here yelling at human. They are yelling at me to go immediately to diana. Rossini lonzo has breaking news out of kansas city. Diana what are we have. Yeah adam schefter. Just broke at the kansas city chiefs have now made to gigantic cuts. Both of their tackle. Starting left tackle eric fisher and right tackle jeff schwartz. These two are key players on this offensive line. We know that they didn't play in the super bowl. Obviously eric fisher tours achilles right before so he was unable to play in it and jeff fisher was really working hard. Excuse me jeff. Shorts was really working hard to come back and he said on instagram himself that he was going to be one hundred percent ready to go for this upcoming season. We talked last week all about this week. Being a really difficult week we called it. A massacre at least one coach told me that. And that's what it is. Look at what. The kansas city chiefs are doing off of line that we knew were struggling in the super bowl because they didn't have those two guys no longer on the team. Now
"jeff fisher" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Where Phil Fulmer and UT was as big of a story line is Jeff Fisher, if not triple. Storyline is Jeff Fisher and the Tennessee Titans. And you look at guys who do poor jobs and you look at coaches that get caught up in moments and You question and you criticize, and maybe even as a fan as a fanatic, you take it the next level and save my goodness. Anybody could do this, But you take heat of the moment. It's something that you just say, because you're mad and you're reacting in the heat of the moment. And then you realize, yeah, You know what? Even though He doesn't have a great track record in the NFL. Jeff Fisher can handle coaching better than May I get it? Phil Fulmer. I want to criticize. What the hell happened there. He's Bruce Pearl was at UT. Okay. You know, I understand. These guys know what they're doing. They just got caught up in the moment every single time, Mike McCarthy. Is hiding behind now a to form Saying, especially with that play card up. He opens up the door for a realistic criticism of you know, I could do that job. I just don't know how you don't watch that team thinking that I could do that. That's all it takes to be an NFL coaches. What Mike McCarthy does. I will wrap the hour coming up next. It's the NFL Rush. Hey, this is Lisa Stove fan heard the Mark Patrick weight loss. Hypnosis hype. Well, I attended because my father stopped smoking with hypnosis. Hypnosis eliminated my desire for soda and fast food made me want to exercise and I lost £60. In six months, My energy level exploded. I went to another session to deal with some other problem foods and I lost another £10. In fact, I brought my husband. He lost weight. More important. Cholesterol and blood pressure improved. My friend went, and she lost £20 in the first two months. So does Mark Patrick. Hypnosis work. Oh, yeah, it works. Nothing has changed my life more well, except maybe my husband. He's so proud of me, makes me cry. Now that's remarkable..
"jeff fisher" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"He gives us even when he doesn't show up to a pizza parlor he promised to come to but no matter what even in retirement infinitely more interesting than Michael Jordan sold underwear and needed to produce a documentary twenty years after his playing that here during a pandemic to get people to talk about it again lebron is forever don't feel guilty if you fall out of love with your favorite team life moves faster than ever and it's hard to be as big a fan when they keep losing you have a one way relationship with your sports they won't send your card on your birthday he won't visit you in the hospital they won't give you a ride to the airport although there's many Mets players I would have freely given a ride to the airport says your life can be a lot like the NFL you'll be thirteen eighty three and some will be for twelve most of the time we'll be right around of course Jeff Fisher will be seventy nine Brady is throwing motion was gone also deflated footballs are easier to throw the dynasty they have their own energy watch world feels right when the dominant teams win and therefore except for this first they were really boring Tiger Woods used to be great all the time the cubs used to not and sixteen seats never won the events of tomorrow these unexpected maybe your team win the Super Bowl maybe they will maybe your team win the World Series maybe.
The Supreme Court begins hearing its first arguments by telephone, with the first live audio in its history
"The U. S. Supreme Court will begin an extraordinary two weeks of oral arguments today for the first time in history the court will actually live stream it's audio arguments will be heard on the telephone rather than in person here's NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg the justices are trying to simulate their normal arguments as much as possible beginning with chief Marshall Pamela tell can calling the court to order with a modified version of her usual pry O. yea O. yea O. yea all persons having business before the honorable the Supreme Court of the United States are admonished to draw near and give their attention to the court is now sitting god save the United States and this honorable court because the justices and the lawyers cannot see one another we'll try to imagine where they're sitting or standing in their homes to hear or to present arguments the arguments are limited to a half hour on each side the lawyers we sampled to a person said they're more comfortable standing or even standing at a lectern as they usually do even though nobody can see them each side as usual we get to make an opening argument for two minutes uninterrupted under normal circumstances after that the justices engage in a rapid fire questioning of the lawyers interrupting council frequently and even on occasion each other but today the justices will question in order of seniority with the Chief Justice starting off then justice Clarence Thomas if he has any questions which she rarely does them justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at cetera court sources say each justice has been allotted two or three minutes for questioning with more questions permitted if there's time left at the end of the first round lawyers say there will be big challenges when you lose the ability to read body language I think that's number one lawyer J. secular will be representing president trump next week in a case testing whether the president can block a state grand jury subpoena for his presidential financial records in a criminal case as secular observers it's pretty intimate event when you're actually arguing in the court room you see them you can see their reaction to see if a nod to each other here you're doing this literally over a telephone line so you lose the intimacy I think Stanford law professor Jeff Fisher who will be arguing a religion case a week from today agrees I just feel like not being able to see their faces and body language is going to be a real challenge it is a cost for how effective and useful the arguments are going to be two days only case presents a trademark question not exactly the kind of thing to rivet public attention clearly the court is using this relatively an important argument to see how the system is working whether it needs to be adjusted in anyway in short the court scheduled this one first to work out the
"jeff fisher" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint
"Her mind that Kinda like you know the the Golden Medal of plan on a Division One team Power Five Conference and competing for National Championship. Every year is the only way to punch. Your ticket is going to give you a lot of great absolutely but it's not the only way and and even to the point we we look at. What's the books kept a model or what's worrying macaroni? Or just those two guys got the number one in the world. That's that's the outlet like what about the guy? That's one hundred fiftieth on the tour. He's still a phenomenal. What about the guy that didn't get through? He's still phenomenal Golfer. So those plans the play the way that those guys got to that situation are still viable and probably more viable for most of these kids as opposed to the guy that became a superstar. Because that's one out of a billion right so we get you know and people come and say hey. Give Me Brooke steps. My Kid's GonNa work out like Brooks and he's like well okay but that's that's Brooks's model and if you Never WanNa work you get to a top twenty year in ally and that's just not normal and and kids have to empower. Parents have to realize like no one comes and says hey can disguise one hundred tour can give me no one says. Hey how did he get there? And that's a viable option. Because that's more likely to happen than than anything else and that goes back to like. And it's been a while since I've talked about this. Is that watching the PGA tour event on the weekend. They're not gonNA show the guy that's GonNa come in dead last after the cut. Find his way on television. You know what I mean. That guy grinded out for his sixty eight to make small check gum in sixty. He's not making television but it incident. All the highlight reel is on. The tour is is seen as like all the best approach shots all along bomb putts at riot statistically made and you know if you and to the two kids to go washes as I. You got to watch it with a grain of salt. You have to realize you're only gonNA watch the good stuff because that's made for television. I said no I understand. That's not every time you WANNA real experience. Go tune event and watch them warm up on the driving range watch them play eighteen holes of golf and see what it's really like because as impressive as they are is not as impressive as what you may think where you watch a highlight. Reel on Sunday when everybody's clicking. Yeah and that guy a few few care who you are if you're leading the PGA Tour Open. You're one of the best players in the world. So you know Brandon Steel last week. Was you know players in the world and so the yeah the highlight reel mentality? I feel no. You shouldn't and You know we have to talk people down all the time from you. Know you're fifteen handicapper. You should not be worrying about trying to eager west to five feet. That just doesn't happen and having having the correct expectations and and truthfully to think that the torque layers is good as people think they are because like you said we only see them at their best. We don't see the the shots from the days. They missed the cut. You gotta average those into golf. I always say someone I asked people. How close did you hit that? Seven hundred hundred yards Washington Tennessee. Well the pro. Here's this data. Say the pros. Don't do that so maybe you need to relax. And I think just from across the board parents kids adult students. Whoever it is having the right expectations and the right understanding of what you should be capable of doing is gonNA create so much more enjoyment trash stretching to beat your head against the wall to do something. You shouldn't even be able to do then. You're never going to be happy. And I you know I get these people all the time coming in here and Sam I should this and I just look and say why. What makes you think you as a sixty five year old guy? Who would you know replaced hip and bust me? Should be able to do what Brooks kept. It did this weekend. And then they think about it and they laughed and go okay. Tell me what I should be able to do. I say this you should be able to not make a double bogey and not make a triple bogey and then our scores are getting lower and the tour model is just. Hey I'm gonNA pretty kids and for fans and adults we gotta have fun. I and we've got enjoy the game and we're losing people because they don't understand how to enjoy the game absolutely and I think that the quintessential one that I'm sure you get as often as I get to like my kids. He hasn't played the the last three months. What's going on? Why is everything wrong? Then my responses like hey remember like Jordan spieth number on the world won a few majors thousand fifteen right like all of a sudden like to sixteen hit and you like toshack tonight. Augusta so bad. I thought he was gonNA with that. You know like where's Jordan. Alka thing it's like you know you have to like remind them. Sometimes it's like it's not a straight uphill climb like you're not gonna get top and it's always. GonNa be smooth stanage always gonNA keep improving especially with kids with gross man. It's stages crucifix. Yeah grew your kid grew six inches. He doesn't use like a PTERODACTYL. All of a sudden you know what he's GonNa do. And and and past success doesn't generate future. She says you know kids sixteen going. You Know God. When I was at ten I used to win always terms. Yeah you just work harder than all the tenure now. Everybody's kind of on an even playing field and talent and and technique and desire are coming into a bare plot ten years old. If you're just the biggest most athletic kid you're GONNA win. This is what it is and it changes. That's a huge thing right. I mean I've worked with. I work with a kid. That's like he's fourteen thousand one hundred ten. I work with a kid. Who's your older. Who's things at eighty? You know the dry right right you. You can't help with what you're given and at the same time you know you're GONNA hit growth spurts at different times so like you said that. Ten year old. Who's like five to one hundred twenty pounds yet? He's GonNa hit it a lot farther than ten year old who's four eleven in sixty five pounds And so I think there's too much with all as much as I love seeing all the junior tournaments in starting younger and there's like US world championships for six year olds. Let I'll let you have to keep in the back of your mind is. Nobody cares who the best six year old in the world is. It's the one I literally that conversation with a parent this week. You know they're like Oh you know my daughter. She's not playing as well in terms. I'm like well she's nine and and she said Hey. I love coming off class but I can't even tell him the Gulf Cup Games. She's not the most competitive. She likes being with her friends and if she does well great but she's not trying to all cost to win that contest and I said maybe your daughter's just not hasn't developed a competitive nature yet and it was like. Hey they were coming to one of our open practices on Friday player and it tournament on Saturday playing on Sunday. Come into our normal class on Monday. Going to a tennis class on Tuesday. They like she's exhausted and she just doesn't care how about you. Know we let up on the tournaments for a while and go to movie this weekend. Go play at something you know. Go Bowling your do whatever and say. Hey we're taking terminal because you're not playing well but say Gosh and let the girl tell you when she wants to play a term again and I love all the things like. Us Kids and all that stuff but at the end of the day. They're trying to make money and so the more they can keep you playing the more. They're trying to make it on the same way the more I can keep becoming a cost. You know the more money I make but when we have like you said world champions of six and we have point list well pointless is like a rewards car. They just want you to come back so you keep bringing. Hey here's a four dollar trophy that you're GONNA win at the end of the season for points. Championship at nine. Jared I care where they are when they're fifteen so I can get them recruited. Yeah well and that's like my favorite question. I opposed to the kids at talk about. They WanNa win the the Senate the Tennessee State Joram. I'm fortunate to coach one. And and the fine part is is like right after he won in a couple of years. But I've asked gives a talk about. They WanNa win that thing and get in it and whatever else I who won it last year. Two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen though. I don't know my we're looking to the guy that coach that kid from the time he was twelve until he won it. So you don't like if you don't even know who that person is and is important to you that's right and nobody cares if you win or not and so you start playing for money enemy like once or then people care. Even the I mean obviously use an might be the exception or the women's an might be an exception to that. But you know what? Start PLAYING FOR MONEY. Then people start to care. How often you win. How good you are stuff like that. The generics man. It's just get better. And the the fortunate part I've had to is sitting next to the Vanderbilt men's and women's coaches who happen to be some of the best teams in the country. Since I've been there watching them practice play and talking to these coaches you know they. They have cater recruit author recruitment list because the parent was apparent. Was a problem right. You could tell it. Apparently coddling the kid and creating the album that right and the new. The coach knew that he was going to have to struggle with this parent. Dave recruited somebody that may not been playing as well as some of the others are looking at but then watch them play in a tournament. They saw them struggling and grinded out a seventy four when it could have been like a seventy nine and I think there's a lot to be had in that realm that the coaches are watching you parents as much as are watching your kids and on top of that. I don't WanNa see what you're GONNA do when they're not playing good not just when they're playing all absolutely and parents I. I'm you know a good parent. I'm not sure that you can enhance your kids ability to get recruited because it's like that's great we expect to be a good parent but a parent can be you know a red flag as well and if you get in a situation coaches watching you you know keep can't move without you and I watch a lot of kids practice in their parents or like right on top of them on my k. That's not telling a given the right message to coach. You WanNa make sure we get away from that. Then we're going to be you know then. Parents start to learn that and they go. Hey wait a second. That's not conducive to getting your kid. Recruiter get live them. You let them live on their own play on their own and do some stuff like that and then you have a better chance to get a true. Don't hurt your kids chances because you wanna live through your kid right absolutely and I think that's Kinda you know you're teaching with your wife. My my wife Played College Golfer. Belmont so we've both outside of playing on television. We've played at a high level. We know what it takes to get to a high level and golf and right you know I think we in. Hopefully we can apply that as they play other sports and stuff like that. But it's kind of funny. We talked we ran a USO tour and we saw the good the bad and the ugly of parenting at events. And I think we've been very fortunate to be able to watch those three categories of parents and we can take away like you know. Well that doesn't seem to be working but the guy over here. That tells us that he loves them when the first and then just walks off the box and let's get through the thing that seems like a pretty good and both my kids play competitively and you know my daughter's a A junior high school and she has already committed to play division one school and so I think people think that I am likely to be you know..
"jeff fisher" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint
"If you're always trying to find these students and find the ways and to the point we were talking about before about being unique like I find stuff all over the place like I've found in fitness classes going. Wow I wait like the way they move everybody around ask you know. Let's do that in golf. Where becomes more of a you know an H. I. G. Interval Training for Golf and that seems to work and I'll be honest? I throwing stuff against the wall. Just flat didn't work and I had to change it up. And you have to be willing to do that if you're going to go you have to be willing to fail if you're GONNA grow it's not gonNa be home run and I think the young students or instructors now are looking like you said for the home run off the bat. They think it's going to be on the Internet. Let me have an APP. Let me have this. Let me up. Twenty five thousand dollars with the technology. That stuff's all great. But you gotta still hit like you said. The singles doubles triples before the home. Run it makes a difference. We yeah and I think you're just reiterating the point to that. You have to know your market right now in that you have a unique Dynamic atmosphere between you and your wife their two coaches that influence a bunch of other families and kids. Yeah that's that's a unique experience right. And whenever that day comes at you may want to add a third. My Bet would be be somebody that you've either already taught or somebody close to the to the threshold anyways right so that's where You know as as people try and grow businesses and especially in the coaching environment. Like that that trickle down effect it's like whisper down the lane right. The more people start to add more diluted. The actual message gets in his. Ira Very careful about who you bring into the fold and how far they get away from your teaching methodology. You WanNa see a certain thing going on in your cabinet and the way it's run it's important but Right the one of the questions I wanNA toss to you too as you know. You've you've worked with a lot of kids and you talked a lot of kids. Work their way up through the ranks What would you tell kids now? Obviously Winter season here in Tennessee is a lot different than Arizona but for What would you tell kids? I like you know you're in that offseason right now. Maybe they have ambitions there in high school and they have emissions. Go Play College Golf. What are some things they doing in the off season if you will to make them ready for twenty twenty? I think first of all whether you have a client whether you're in a climate that has you know offseason like you know you you do in the north and south and stuff like that or year round hunting climbing California Arizona. I think in offseason or you know some of these kids competing year round. I think they get burnt and I am of the mind that hey sometimes less is more. I think you know. I've never told they rarely have ever told. Hey you're not playing enough turns so I think in all seasons important I think the first thing you have to do to get better and his off season what we're talking about before taxes is find out where the holes are in your game. A you know. My short game needs work. My fitness needs were. My you know my driving these work my pod. Whatever it is and and your your program around that and if you don't know what your shortcomings are you don't know how to get better. I think The you know in an offseason. Strengthening and conditioning is always a good thing. I think we do here with the Junior Golf Association. Verizon would do a college night where the kids come in. And I lead a panel of the college golf coaches from state from Arizona State and University of Arizona. And then you and talk about. Hey how what kind of kids do you bring in so for me? If you have a goal the what you need to do is find out what the people who are already. Changing your goal are doing. And how did they get there and kind of try to mimic that? The idea that I'm GONNA hate. I'M NOT GONNA work out because I don't really like the gym but I'm GonNa get to where that kid who works but often the gym got is is probably not going to be true so one know where your shortcomings are to have a have a plan and to have a plan you have to have a destiny in my goal is college go okay. These guys workout hard. These guys in their off-season they do this. They have a lotta indoor training. There were a lot of biomass chanting for me. The opportunity to work without a ball is great. Because you know so. I'm not worried to pay it. We got cold weather. Let's get him inside unless train their body movements outside of result. I don't think you can train results in technique at the same time so if they're willing to get into room and Hey. I'm going to learn how to move my body. I'm going to learn how to change emotion. That's a bonus and that's what offseason is for plugging the holes getting away from results. And because they're going to be plenty of time for results and having a different kind of training if the training is completely different than what is in season they will recognize that and and hopefully buy into it. Yeah I mean I think that's very critical to and a part of what I always tell. Qc is like your weaknesses. But you can't hyper focus on those to the point that you forget what your strengths are you know. I think that's what happens too. Often we see guys on tour like Martin Commerce by the best example of it right. I mean the guy wanted to change the way hit the golf ball out when he was number one in the world and it fell off the planet for two years right You know you just can't do that No and everything has to be holistic. Where you're you're maintaining your strengths. But you know drive towards. Hey what do I need to get better? But you can't get worse in the areas that you're already getting absolutely and so what's you know when kids are trying to search to go to college. What would be like three things that you tell junior golfer that they wanna Play College Golf? What are the big three things you tell to prioritize when it comes to selecting a school? Biaz yourself you know. Be Honest about who you are. And and what you're capable of and where you are now and and what you really want out of the college experience. I see a lot of kids that spend a Lotta time spinning their wheels targeting wrong schools. You mean I would love to say that there was GONNA go Issue or Alabama or Texas. There's not going to do that. And so when you're harming yourself when you when you believe out I'm so nowhere you belong and be honest with yourself about your abilities beyond yourself about how hard you're willing to work and and and know what that target is to understand that even at a division two or division through your eyes or I love the water I said. Oh I don't be bad. I just you know lowering the ranks enjoyed ever understand. Those coaches are trying to win and understand what the work ethic is that they employ those schools. I see a lot of kids who don't understand. Exactly what goes into a college golfers experience? Hey Gosh I think I'm GonNa you know they can work you out for twenty hours a week for most of the year and they can occupy a lot of your time and are you make sure that your again honestly yourself about. Are you willing to put in the work to be a call? Us Golfer and then I think I think that'd be going by the way before you go to your next one. That's a no in the program and their work ethic is big very. Yeah very and but but none of those coaches are trying not to win and so they're just you know you have to know what it what you're capable of and what you're willing to do and three is be okay. You know I see kids you know. I just don't have the ability to be to bow sunshine and kids. Yeah you know kid comes to me and says and and I'll be honest. I lost students because kids come to me and they say hey you know you just college da Da. Where do you think I should go? And I'll say I think you fit in this level of school and they get upset. No I'm better than that. Okay well right now. We're here now. We can certainly work harder and get better but these are the schools you you talking to. And so sometimes I'll turn it off and they'll leave and go someplace else in a year later. Guess what they're going to be talking to the schools. I told you should be talking to you in the first place and they've just waste your time so be open to all possibilities. Yes we'd all love to go to. The team is GonNa Compete for National Championship. That's very unlikely for most kids. So the open to a a wide net and narrow it down later. I see too many kids going Allen. Go to one of these three schools okay. They're only going to take you know an average of one and a half people. You're year so you might need to have a backup plan so being open to a bunch of different schools and and things like a bunch of kidding. I don't want to go cold weather. Well unfortunately everybody wants to go to the warm weather schools. Those tend to be the highest performing schools. So the competition there is hardest so being open to a bunch of different ideas and opportunities and understanding how you're going to get paid to go to school is that might even be. The biggest thing is being open to all the different possibilities. Yeah I i. that's huge. I'll tell kids to go play a division two school and dominate for two years and then transfer if the new transport will makes out a possibility. But don't sit on. The bench is right. Yeah and I think that's getting the experiences more critical than anything else and I. It's the Torah level. Golf I think has kinda like Jd. Kids ideas of what reality is the Roy? Mcelroy Jordan Speed Justice Thomas where they just Kinda like take off right away right out of college then you look at Bruce Kapka of the world who spent like four years whatever it was in European tour on the challenge tour. Yeah Yeah you know and working their way up to that rank. You know. It's not all GonNa just happen overnight and you have to realize that like you don't have to play for a national championship division. One team to go play on the tour. That's your dream sure. There's plenty of guys that did not play for national championship team. Who went through the race? Got The web tour and then went on to play professional. Golf made a career of it. So there's a lot of roads to that end result and I think sometimes in her mind that Kinda like you know the the Golden Medal of plan on a Division One team Power Five Conference and competing for National Championship. Every year is the only way to punch..
"jeff fisher" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint
"You know a nine year old is like after fifteen minutes. He's bored with Jeff and and I'm just trying to entertain him for forty five more minutes and so here the social okay. He gets to be with his buddies. This is the this is what's going to get into the golf course on the other days because a big huge part of our program is that they get practice. Play privileges at the golf course. And if you look down online The public side of our range on a daily basis. It's filled with kids and kids. That are have met each other in classes and are now out there on opposite business classes practicing if you want your kid to come to the golf course. 'cause none of them are going to college and none of them are turning pro. You know. That's that's the deal here and if you want your kid. Come to the golf course. It can't be for an appointment with me. It's gotta be. Hey I'm going to see my friends by the way we're getting instruction by the way we're getting better. I said hey if give it a little bit and if you really want some more and shows some you know goals. Hey I'd like to see Jeff a little bit more. We certainly can do that but I wanted to. Be on the kids thing and we have parents that are have nine year old kids and they think they're on the college track already in there on the hey. We got tournament every month or every week and I was like. Gosh if you slow down I think the kids going to be in it for the long haul as opposed to the short term. And that's where I sell. It is that this is a long road. This is long term development if you want them to stay in it and this is how we go and I think the success you know cells that if someone went to butch harmon and didn't really understand right away. What still on your lesson. You're going well. This guy taught this guy and this guy and this girl and this girl I'm GonNa shut up and listen and I think that sells it as well as anything else while you know. It's funny you talk about that fun and kind of work kind of ratio one of the guys. I interviewed come back which Franklin actually kinda create like a his own graph call it the the play versus Grind Asia Fund versus Greider basically. It's like when you're early on and you're just get going. You know it has to be a Lotta Fun and not feel like a lot of work and then as you get better as they improve is still going to be fun but the word cast to get more serious and there's this there's this a give and take in the half the kind of moving around and massage it when you're developing The different programs. I see there's like different levels right. And then you said you started with elite and then you have the beginner. Intermediate right talking to other coaches and trying to figure out what's the best way formulate this stuff. Some of the concerns from other coaches were what if I do an elite one or two kids sign up? What if I do a beginner one but only thirty seven show up you know? How do you program yours out? So that when you have these different levels you get the tenants you need but also you know how to cater to those students. Well one like when we had we had the elite and we there were years there were times where you know our group programs small at four or five six kids now and you just gotTa deal with it. I mean that is what it is and and nothing starts out you know big huge success right off the bat so there were certainly times where I had a ton of kids nearly program and the junior program where you know the development program was four and six kids and that was just our model time and then we just started. You just have to kind of wait it out and if your program is good they will come if you you know and I'll be honest. We don't market almost at all. I mean Yeah I've got. I've got my facebook page and my instagram page and stuff like that. But I don't really sell anything on there I don't go. Hey come to our program We don't do a lot of email blasts. Everything has been pretty much word of mouth and if you make the kids if the kids have fun. It's a kids get better. They have friends and their MOMS have friends. And it's GonNa get bigger and we are Lucky. We have a very big community very family oriented to big families so. I have kids where I've got three and four and five kids from the same family in the program at any one time or I've got families have twelve kids and I've had every one of their kids at some point or another so when he got to know your market to you've got to believe in your program and I think the other thing you have to do is you have to be unique. You have to do something different than the guy down. The street is doing. And that's why I know there's a lot of where you can buy a program and be a little bit cookie cutter but you know. I'm trying to differentiate myself from someone and I don't want to be running a program. The guy down the street can by then. Why do I when someone comes to me and says why go you instead of them have zero way? There's tell them to sell them on me. As opposed to the guy down the street so we try to make ours. You completely unique so that you can't get it anywhere else. And that's not an indictment of the program it was just like that's how I want to operate. Yeah I mean that is like imitations greatest form of flattery right. You know you know doing something. Unique when other coaches take that idea and to formulate it on their own and I've had I've had something like that where I've known robbed on something and next year I watched a couple buddies. Do the same thing and and you know for me. It was always like how can I create an added values that every year redoing. Something New something. Cool something. Different got first time. I did this winter program. It was like you know scheduled all over the place workouts on a certain night and and then the next year was specific days and times. I'm still run. The work is but then we're gonNA play treatment simulator then this year. It's specific times with me and then I have a trainer. They're gonNA work out with. I have a sports psychologist. GonNa work with you. Keep adding and adding adding that value. It's hard to keep being creative automated. It's it takes time to sit there and think and and find the holes in your programs like what am I missing? What are other people do? And Hey that's a pretty cool idea integrate that or you know. I don't think they'll work your best need idea or whatever but off and then to your point though I think especially for the younger coaches that are trying to get these programmes up and run in and out. I was having this conversation with somebody else. Just like two days ago. Programming's hard because you want it to be a home run right out of the box like you rights to be like first time I do. It's thirty seven kids. Sign up making a bunch of money and it's great everybody's having a good time and that's not reality. You gotta hit four singles to get home. Run getting around the home as and that's how it takes time to grow and develop and so you know you already cows. GonNa ask you about how you market yourself and move your your academy around. But I think you've already going to answer that a little bit so my next question is is like I know. You also have another coach with yet. How did you come to like grow your team? And how did you develop is because it's not just user hide you develop that whole environment? We have now have multiple coaches well. That was easy. I married her. That was done. That's not always recommended by the way not no. I wouldn't do that but so you know years ago. When I was playing for a living I went to A well-named instructor into went to Michael. Both in in Scottsdale. Ns A. K. You know I think I need some help. And he just told me she said. Hey you're not ready for me. So he said you're going to go with one of my assistants. And so he put me with stacy and you know had some success and I and I won a little bit and then you know I kinda stopped playing and went away and Came back you know went? Did my own thing. Teaching came back and I was teaching at another golf course. And you know. Stacy was teaching where we are now at. Longbow and hadn't seen in years and she came over to our golf course and said Hey. We really like kind of what you're doing. Is there a way that you WANNA come? Do this over where we're at the management company. Where with at time and of course the time had an idea of creating a club golf kind of thing like their kids role in volleyball and baseball softball and stuff and no one was doing that at the time. And I had the idea to do it. And the wherewithal do it so Stacey and I started in academy together and then a life and a family and all the other stuff that came with it. So does that you know. And there actually are several couples that I know you know here in Arizona the Lebowski and down his wife and and can spread and Debbie Downer and stuff like that so It just it just worked out. We had young kids at the time and they were you know. They became part of the program. So Our Academy. I think is unique. That has a very family oriented. Feel about it. You know when you're standing there talking about you know I'm sitting here. Teaching my wife or senator teach next thing by the way my kids are practicing behind me and so we have a different. Feel about that and we do you know we just not really in we talk about growing like we're very protective of like I would love to have ten coaches. We're running nonstop all day. But we kinda liked that little boutique feel that we have that like. I don't WanNa go and just pull someone in just so just so they can still space and so revenue they have to be special and the people that the kids that we have teachers for us have been kids that grew up in our program so when I go to summer Camp I have all my college students playing. You know coaching for me because they can really do as well as I can do it. You know because they've seen it for as long as they've been there and I think you have to grow if you're going to grow the best way in my opinion is to grow from within like I took lessons from Hang. I took lessons from him and his staff. And then that's why I wanted to go teach for him. I you know how you gotta put a lot of training in and the best training is being a student. So That's how we've grown they're Like I said I didn't go out and find another instructor. She kind of found me. But we have a little bit of a UNIX situation. But we just try to get a little better and a little bigger every day and every month I have you know three or four new kids in the group program. Because there's going to be. That goes away to baseball for a couple of months..
"jeff fisher" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint
"Golf is one of the premier junior golf tours that is helping kids across our country and other countries have the best chance to get recruited and to go play at the next level and college over one hundred and twenty coaches in two thousand eighteen going to watch players at their events and some of these events hosting over six hundred players. Future champions. Golf is the tour to put your kids on to really test to see if they have the right stuff to go to the next level so go check him out. Future Champions Golf DOT COM or become one of their many of forty some odd thousand followers to go follow him on a Social Media at Champions Skull artless. Jalen today on the podcast. We have a fantastic junior coach coming out of Arizona today. His name's Jeff Fisher. He teaches at the Fisher Brian Golf Academy and they do some really cool stuff with junior programming and really creating a good long-term development program for kids in our well thought out in their area so really excited Jeffrey. Shout to me. He's also a coach recognized. The future champions golf's that's really cool as well so without further ado jeff give us a little intro. And how did you get to the game of Golf Matt? Thanks for having me on You know I was. I grew up as baseball player. And just at some point you know. I guess I was on vacation somewhere and someone else's dads that will take off and I went with them and and I was pretty hooked and it gave me an opportunity to do something on my own and not always be you know relying on a team and you know I can go. Practice amount was a whole lot easier than my mom. Drop me off the golf course on her way to work and pick me up on our way home and so it just became something that was I can do differently than what everybody else was doing. So it's just kind of blossomed from there and after I got out of college that's kind of I had the opportunity to get into the golf business and it just kind of grown and grown and mushrooms than now here. We are thirty something years later with a big deal off academy head. You know so if you can remember what was the thing like you said you went out with a friend in in kind of like created that Hook. What was that? Hook that kind of sunk in for us as a kid playing a game that I was horrible at it like I. I wasn't used to that and like the first time I went out. I remember I shot. It was like a you know we played nine holes and it was partly six or whatever and I think I shot seventy three and I was like wait. That's that's not okay and I was based around good basketball player and I was good at all these sports and I was like. What if that doesn't work like that so the idea that I had to work harder at something Just kind of pulled me in and I could figure out how to do it and things like that and just didn't come easy so that the idea that I had to work harder and get better at something just drew me in that. That's a common Thing I hear from a lot of people have had a big background other sports that I dislike little hook of like and this was not as easy as I thought it would be. Like all of a sudden that Kinda Spurs and craze. That little bit of drive they get better at the game I've always I think that's interesting. How people kind of find that as a little niche of trying to get that personal achievement under their belt I You know and I've had I've had other professional athletes come from other walks of life and like why can't they get this because it's not a basketball not you know there's less margin for error and it's frustrating and and then the reward comes at the end so it just it made me a little nuts for a while but then I got over it and they have now kind run into your your resume a little bit here. You've had an opportunity to you. Know Shadow and be around. Some of the best coaches in the country has some of the most influence in you in your teaching style. And and you know in flourishing that ability for you to become such a great teacher well I have. I've had a lot of opportunity to you. Know I started out early in like fairs able to go spend some time at the country with Jim McLean and that kind of got me fired up. Hey this is really what I WANNA do. Specialize in certainly didn't want to be sitting in a shop the rest of my life But the two biggest influence and easily the base in concert it was always been hanging but I worked for Jim Flick for awhile and got to be around him a lot of desert mountain. And just the way he communicated and the way he got his points across. And here's a great storyteller and you never felt like lessons dragged on with him. Wow I'm over already. And so from a communications standpoint. Jim was certainly my biggest influence. But having the opportunity to work for alongside and with Hank and learn from him and watch him when we were at the you know the I. Da and since then he's by far the biggest influence in my teaching. You're not just maybe not even at all but not just in the XS and os of it. But as far as he works harder for students in any coach I've ever seen in a lesson I. I'M NOT SURE. Who's more tired at the end of the lesson anchor student? He's working and moving. And so the way that we've just gone about our business and gone about the hour of a lesson or that you hours or less than than the way we push our students to get better in the way that we help them to get better. Is You know. The blueprint hang laid out in front of me and I've just followed and haven't found a reason to come off of you know since the day heaver showed it to me so anxious had by car the big influence on the way that I go about a lesson on a day to day basis. It's so important for like the young cases that listen to this to that you know. Having great mentors is hard to come by because a lot of times guys that you shouldn't or are difficult to get in front of their busy and the allied going on their own plate and this is really kind of difficult to be that Around them sometimes with their schedules but to have that person in your life that can kind of show you. The ropes already tested. The waters have already been there done. That can help curb a lot of that. You know entry level Roughness that you get your first trying to get started. What was I I? I think I think the I'm sorry. I think the problem that with young guys right now. This is my little. My little pet peeve is that they want to be out on their own right and they wanNA THEY WANNA be the director of instruction they want to have their track man and they want to have their scope and they weren't man. I've got my name's on the academy and you're not ready to do that. And so now you know you think you can go ahead. Go on I get Internet smart and I can watch guys teaching learning. But the only way that you're gonNA get as good as to get is to go work for somebody and stand next to him on a daily basis. I mean the the coaching trees that come out of some of these instructors bunch and Hank and and Jim McLean and Ballard's and the loves and the flicks that coaching trees. They've come out of that. And the guys that have been influenced by that are still the best teachers in the world. And if you don't go you can't get how good these guys are unless you're standing next to him. Watching them teach even. Hey I'm GonNa go get certified by this guy. We'll take a weekend thing. These kids that are getting into the business. You gotta go find someone to work for and you gotta be an assistant and you got to do the Scott Work and you gotta do their setup and sit there and watch them teach otherwise. You're just you're selling yourself short and you're short changing yourself and your students does the nuances of what a Jim. Flick does on a daily basis or did on a daily basis. What you know a Hank Haney or Jim McLean does on a daily basis. You just can't get from the Internet and and that's where I think this new generation of instructors is just like sewing themselves short and shortchanging ourselves and I wish they would get that. Hey I gotta go work for a big Guy and and let him mentor me and not think that the Internet is the answer absolutely and you know. I'm not in the old guard by any stretch of the imagination but the The thing that's always interesting to me is like and I'm glad my mentor. Virgil help me. Get my nose out of the book. Was You know I I I? I was always asked what Bush on eatery what he'd understand you know and trying to get the science of the golf swing and understand the mechanics and all that crap and you at the end of the day. I don't care how you are when it comes to a golf swing. There's no strings are going to be a light which not bodies that are gonNA be like in you have to have like. You've already explained that ability coach. Just because you know the material doesn't mean you can convey the material and I think as we're getting behind the mentor and watching them and understand how they deliver a message like you were saying with. Haney just always moving around always working hard in the lesson in pushing himself as hard as he's pushing a student you don't get that from reading a book you gotTa be there to see it in ethnic. That's part of now. We're in a generation. Now where the the information is an all time high? I mean you just click on Youtube wants and they're gonNA see Yup a plethora of things that regard to the golf sleep but I will take somebody who can effectively communicate over somebody who just knows material everyday of the week because I can make the effective communicator smarter. The Golf Swing. It's really hard to tell somebody that can't talk well and make them a good talker but not saying they. Can't you just have to work hard at that skill set? And I think that's we're Kinda of like in your case but my mentor was a an amazing Communicator and just had a chameleon you know and I think you know. I think that's what you're trying to get you. There isn't as as you commence Warren as odd helped. It doesn't matter how much information I give. You can give everything that I know. But you're not convey the way I'm going to convey it and you might say it better than I can say and I might say something's better than you can say it you just don't know what's GonNa stick to a student and it changes person crazy exactly and what happens in the moment like you know someone can tell you. Hey if you see this you do this you know the exit knows and the connections but the the nuance of when to say something when not to say something. Hey how did you notice that like? There was times where I'd be watching. And and you know flicker or Hank would change something I'm like. How did you see that like I was looking at something else? And you know and the where to put your eyes and Wendy interjects and went not interjecting and inflict gray that when he saw student getting frustrated like he would just you know. Tell a story that gave the student a little bit of a break or got his message apart and wasn't wasting time but you know knew what was going on in a student's mind and body and how to handle that and you can't learn that from Internet like you said there's great information out there and I spend a lot of time watching it and reading it myself but as an add on not as a base and I think we're finding a lot of young kids who think that's their base and they go. Hey let me have a big internet presence and let me..
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy targeting Jim Tomsula for defensive line coach
"Dallas cowboys are reportedly interested in hiring jim tom soula the former san francisco forty niners head coach had one cup of coffee in san fran as as their defensive line coach which would be fantastic he is regarded as one of the best defensive line coach is in recent memory so that would be fantastic and another piece of news on top abba dallas cowboys apparently have an ideal candidate it would seem to be special teams coordinator john fossil the son of jim fossil john has been the special teams coordinator for the rams in two thousand and twelve was obviously on jeff fisher staff part of the group that moved to los angeles from saint louis in fact he was the interim head coach win the rams fired jeff fisher before the two thousand sixteen season ended in sean mcvay kept him around bones as as fossil is referred to is regarded as one of the best special teams coaches in the NFL NFL so that is very exciting
"jeff fisher" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Jeff Fisher sitting in for a dental after that thanks let me sit in for data they don't teller though I don't know that she is actually aware that I'm feeling and what you can you can hear me daily on my podcast chewing the fat just the wherever you download your podcast just look for doing the fat with Jeff Fisher and you can subscribe that way for right now it today today only it's free so I can't I can't guarantee on much longer that'll be free but for right now if you become a subscriber to the fat it's free so I want to keep the format of the data radio program going strong so this is where data has her quick five so let's do a quick five and now all of the news you would probably in this time for five so I'm guessing that you know we go from one to five so we'll start with the one to five on the other quick five crows yes crows the birds have long been considered cutting but their intelligence may be far more advanced than we ever thought possible so it when the next time that your in the drive thru at a Wendy's and you look to your you look to your here right you're waiting in behind your four cars in the restaurant next to the was this has a parking lot full of crows looking for scraps in the middle of the parking lot you think yourself while those maybe the new Caledonian crows that belong to the armored family of birds and man there's no doubt that some of them display impressive cognitive abilities what that intelligence really is we're not quite sure but just know that when you see those grows diving around four pieces of Brad the food to scraps from the bag the gets dropped out of the drive there with their window at one of these those crows are really really smart so I mean there's just there's proof scientists have proved that they have they have intelligence far more advanced than we ever thought possible and as we're coming up on Christmas with the quick five five number two of Mariah Carey sixteen million copies of the song what son of my talking about all I want for Christmas is you now I'm sure that no matter where you shop no matter what home you've gone into no matter what shop you have gone into no matter where you are you heard that song this holiday season it was number one on the Billboard hot one hundred charts last week for the first time she's got a couple of the Guinness book of world records in the UK over the song and if that song alone has made Mariah Alex sixty million dollars at least at least so the next time you start humming it walking through belts you think to yourself who the resolutions Mariah sixty million Bucks and just know that her song is the second holiday number one ever on the hot one hundred and would you save yourself but wait that means that there was another song on the holiday charts yeah yeah she joins the chipmunk song so congratulations to Mariah Carey also ACDC back in black becomes the third studio album a certified twenty five times platinum that's just for data I know Dave is a big ACDC fan as of my hand congratulations to them certified platinum twenty five times back in black is the album of course and congratulations to them look it beat are they going to tour again maybe I think they're back in the studio live you know they're down to they're down to bond and are the right down to Angus and you know there's so many they've got Brian the still trying to saying even though I don't know if he's going to be able to pull it all off and so we'll see if they can actually they can actually tour and the B. AC DC again and if they do a man I could have gone the same there is the DC up quick five number three right number three or number two number three number three number four number four right number.
"jeff fisher" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Would have never gone and shot up some government building but they're making sure that the point zero one percent of the people that did that would have are in prison already so the camp right what a wonderful idea yeah I'll look these are the extremes I think there probably will be a lot of good usage of something like this it is a it's a it's the type of thing that if you can limit the downside so let's just say like you know myself Pat gray Glenn back all get together so you know who is kind of freaking us out is this Jeff Fisher character and we we Jeff he gets a a red flag law he get yes to abandon his guns if if the punishment winds up being that if they've proved that we're just malicious or completely wrong you know it the the outcome is well he lost he did have access to is firearms for six days you know something where okay we sort this out quickly and it was an inconvenience and he's pissed off at us and he gets his guns back this does not seem like a good idea EA a bit guesses about guns back quickly so you're not you're not really doing to too much maybe that's the type of price that you pay there for the opportunity to put someone who really has mental issues you know to the test maybe that's it but that is a struggle that will be very very difficult and you're putting your faith in the government to decide these things well which they don't do that's for sure yeah if you want to trust the government with these things okay yeah I don't know that I want to know if I want to either because they're just so you know who's you know what's really an indicator of bad behavior conservative values like how far we away from right not right some some not much there yeah some nut job like person who wants to be committing a crime and then they look in his records and he like he also like the flat tax I think they will apply anything to this yup.
"jeff fisher" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"The people that did that would have are in prison already so the camp what a wonderful idea yeah I'll look these are the extremes I think there probably will be a lot of good usage of something like this it is a it's a it's the type of thing that if you can limit the downside so let's just say like you know myself Pat gray Glenn back all get together so you know who is kind of freaking us out is this Jeff Fisher character and we we Jeffrey gets a of red flag law and he has to abandon his guns if if the punishment winds up being that if they prove that we're just malicious or completely wrong you know it the the outcome is well he lost he did have access to is firearms for six days you know something where okay we sort of this out quickly and it was an inconvenience and he's pissed off at us and he gets his guns back this does not seem like a good idea easy if he guesses about guns back quickly so you're not you're not really doing to too much maybe that's the type of price that you pay there for the opportunity to put someone who really has mental issues you know to the test maybe that's it but that is a struggle that will be very very difficult and you're putting your faith in the government to decide these things well which they don't do that's for sure yeah if you want to trust the government with these things okay yeah I don't know that I want to know if I want to either because like I say you know who's you know what's really in indicator of bad behavior conservative values like how far we away from right not right some some not much there yes some nut job like person who wise if you're committing a crime and then they look in his records and he like he also like the flat tax I think they will apply anything to this yup.