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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm John Murphy just four games of the NBA but what a night for the next country you're free he scored a career high sixty points that's a minutes and be a franchise best as Brooklyn demolished Orlando one fifty to one await Devin Booker a twenty seven point eight assistant thirty minutes before getting the rest of the night off as Phoenix beat Orleans one thirty one one fifteen but kill bridges went four of five from three point range he scored twenty for the sons who won for the fourth time in five games Tyler hero scored a game high twenty nine points off the bench to lead the heat twelve total five ninety eight win over the pistons real comfortable no my teammates and coaches you know trust me you know with the ball on the trust me to make plays and you know I'm comfortable you know plan on or off the ball or whatever whatever the team needs grasslands minus all star John Moran who was sidelined with back soreness took care of the Pacers by a final of one thirty five one oh two the NC double a tournament began with the Indiana and Texas southern winning first four games in Dayton correspondent Tom Merrick has the details Hoosiers defeated Wyoming sixty six fifty eight after Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi seventy six sixty seven trayce Jackson Davis led Indiana with twenty nine points and nine rebounds sixpence Jordan to runaway added fifteen points Texas southern also got a big lift from its bench which scored fifty five of the Tigers seventy six points Texas southern that goes up against one seed Kansas while Indiana place St merry's both games on Thursday I'm Tom Mariam Alex Ovechkin's move past your merry younger into third all time in NHL scoring is seven hundred sixty seven helped lead Washington twelve four three shootout win over the islanders other Tuesday initial winners included the Rangers Boston Nashville Toronto Arizona Vancouver Edmonton Winnipeg Colorado and Florida I'm John the three AP sports

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"john murphy" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

06:04 min | 11 months ago

"john murphy" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Even though uh, fans and everybody may have undervalued that Steelers. The Steelers were good. You know, they were really good and fourth down at your own 45. I don't know if you want to do anything but punch in a three game, you know, and I think I think they were playing it like there's going to be a close game, which it was seven point game and they were playing it like field position matter which it did. You know, I mean, they got the ball back in both circumstances, right and beats and field position, So I can't really question those decisions apart. I think I understand. You know, people say go for it Go for it. But there are times when the plant even on fourth and one is really the right play to make. Would you make of the bills defense yesterday. Good. Really good. Really good. Um, they did it. I think a really good job. I mean, they're the there was the one pass interference call and That resulted in a big play for for Pittsburgh that it hurts to see that happen. But other than that, I think they were mostly solid. I can't really think of any. You know any any real issues with Buffalo defense. I think they can win a lot of games playing defense like that. You know, they gave up one touchdown. You can win an awful lot of games that way given up on touchdown defensively, and I think they will. Finally before we let you go. What you know the day doesn't end Well because of the loss. But what do you think of the atmosphere in the building and the experience of having everybody back again? Yeah, it was great. I mean, it really was great. And it almost You know it's disappointing that they lost, but it took like five minutes span in the fourth quarter. Think turn around and up until that span. It was it was like being in a dream. Things are going so well, and things felt so good for the bills and the Everybody was just so happy to be there. I mean, I watched half hour before kickoff. I watched bands back in their seats and parade just kind of turning around shaking hands with their their seat mates and people that they hadn't seen in over a year. And it was just kind of a reunion about the reunion atmosphere early on, and that was really fun to see what a great atmosphere it really was. It was a great day other than the outcome and then the final score. All right. Mr Murphy will give you a few days to rest and will preview the game against the Dolphins with you on Friday. Okay. Thanks. Our thanks John John Murphy on the West. Her hotline joins us on football. Monday football Friday. His segment on WT are brought to you by Sullivan's brewing company from Ireland Buffalo the best deals in the world. By done tire official tire of the Buffalo Bills and by North West Bank increasing the value of you Don't forget the other big story. You survived the first chop in the guillotine League. All three of us have survived you tour false. My sources. Tell me you did check your score. And you were invested yesterday to make sure you made it through the week. To follow up. Question to revolve. May I follow up question? France? ER, Who are your sources? Are you? You told me you told me that I didn't check the scores until after the Bills game was done, And then you looked and saw. I saw that I was last at the time. I was dead last, but that's actual points. And then I checked the projected points and I also, uh, dawned on me. I haven't had my quarterback play yet and that Stafford and he lit it up, and he lit it up last night when he threw a six that 67 yard touchdown to Van Jefferson. Yeah, I was rooting heartily for Matthew Stafford to throw the pigskin last night. So you had fun. I don't know if I would go as far as far as to say fun. I got to tell you there was a part of me. Honestly, there was a part of me like, Let me just go one and done enough to deal with waivers. Jerry Judy got hurt yesterday. I'm watching the Denver and the Giants game to go. He's my number one receiver Judy gets carted off. Now I gotta find out what to do with that. So I wouldn't I don't know if I'd use fun. But there was also a part of me. The thought If I go out in week one, you two guys will never let me hear the end of well from a fantasy standpoint, Aaron Rodgers his numbers. It's the worst the worst fantasy outing of his career in games where he threw more than five passes like maybe walked in, and, you know, took one throw and got off because they didn't need him. Rogers was terrible. Zeke was terrible. Um, Who else? Davante Adams had the Packers offense, terrible, right? Yeah, Not so good. Some pretty big names had some pretty bad days. Need a receiver? By the way, Let's go to Brian and Arcade. You're on bills football Monday. Thanks for holding on. Hey, guys, So I just think we got to come to the realization that a copy paste game plan and we're just going to pass 51 times and Josh Allen's going to also be are leading Russia. It just doesn't work in every situation in every game. I know we want to be progressive and just pass all the time. But there were two plays. The kind of stood out to me. They weren't even big plays. But it led to this kind of what I felt like was a rushed, chaotic, inpatient kind of game plan. The first one Mackenzie First play. He kick returns that you've got great field position. Second play that drive. We throw a minus two yard pass out past to digs. Why are we throwing sideways if we're going to throw and then there was a game? There's a play later in the game. You couldn't establish wrong. We don't try to run at all. But when we did, it was a Singletary run to the sideline on the short side of the field. We tried to run a sweep, predictably got pushed out of bounds. So when John Murphy says, Like, I don't know we're trying to establish. That's what I thought a lot of that game because the out routes and the underneath stuff. Beasley was there and to me, we got very impatient. It's fine. You want to drop him back to past 51 times, but I just think we got to come to rule ization that that's just not going to win every single game in every single situation. And if you don't have any other pitch other than that, You win a lot, but you're not going to win every single game all the time. It's a lot in Josh's hands, and he's got to play great all the time. They just gave him $150 million guaranteed to be that guy. It's the identity of their offense. It's there's no secret to what Kansas City does, and I'm not saying he's Patrick Mahomes. But there's no secret to what Kansas said. He does. You're going to throw the ball and you have to stop him. Look the best players on this offense, Brian, the best players are in the passing game..

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Milestone Medals in Pool, Surprising Winner in 100M Dash

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Milestone Medals in Pool, Surprising Winner in 100M Dash

"He was born a month or so Jacobs is the first letter from Italy to win gold in the fabled men's one hundred meter final Jacobs whose mother is Italian held off American front curly to finish in a time of nine point eight seconds curly the silver medalist almost made up the ground to be Jacobs in the final thirty meters before falling short come from the four hundred in income from my main event to now my vent and come away with a silver medal at the big stage of my career I'm blessed with a hundred across Canada who is third rail click brought gender sharply capture gold for the U. S. of men's golf he killed one Shortwood over Rory Sabbatini now competing for Slovakia the men's doubles gold medalist is Germany's Alex Vera he downed Karen Khachanov of Russia in straight sets the United States has its best weightlifting result at the Olympics in over two decades K. nine taking silver in the seventy six kilogram class so easily adding to her medal haul in Tokyo she took bronze Sunday in the uneven bars I'm John Murphy

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American Victory in the Men’s 4x100-Meter Freestyle Relay

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

American Victory in the Men’s 4x100-Meter Freestyle Relay

"Make it seven gold medals for the USA as Monday's events at Tokyo twenty twenty wrapped up what was highlighted by Blake Pieroni and his teammates finishing the top the podium in the men's four by one hundred swimming freestyle relay all of us love the hundred freestyle we don't really attention a who's on the relay from the other countries or anything like that really just worry about ourselves and Arlene and putting the four fastest splits up that we can Americans also took gold in women's and men's skeet shooter amber English at fifty six of sixty targets to finish on top Vincent Hancock knocked down fifty nine of sixty targets at Olympic record on route to becoming the first skeet shooter to win three Olympic gold medals I'm John Murphy

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"john murphy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"john murphy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Buffalo John Murphy on the Call Bills Radio Network. That's great. That's great. And you didn't think that maybe he was going to get caught. Towards the end, but he ended up picking up a block. And that was the game Then you had on the next drive you you had. Lamar Jackson may be getting your concussion after a bad snap of the chase to the end zone. The Bills. Defense I thought played great. If you look at the numbers on Josh Alan, he didn't even have to do that much 23 of 37 206 yards a touchdown. That's it. That's the the fact that they only ran the ball. What one time in your into the first like towards the end of the half. They had 16 total rushes in the game for 32 yards, because that's not what they do. They throw the ball, but in the first quarter, they even have a run. That's crazy pants. Atomic durn it. McDermott said that Obviously, that locker room is feeling wonderful. After snapping a championship game drought that lasted almost 30 years we came here with the vision and CNN move forward against is the best way, saying We're not there yet, but move forward in the right direction is Um, is good to see and feels good. It, does they? They find themselves in the title game they can host if Cleveland wins the game today. So good for the bills. I'm happy for the bills, and I really enjoy We didn't get to see what we were expecting to see from the two quarterbacks, but I'm glad that we got the chance. Tol Watch those two dudes. I think the the quarterbacking at the highest level of the NFL is in good hands, even though it wasn't a particularly well quarterback game. On the flip side. John Harbaugh. I mean, he was he was clearly proud of the effort that they showed. Obviously, the Ravens had all sorts stuff going on with coronavirus. They ended up losing Lamar Jackson. There was a feeling that maybe they weren't even going to make the playoffs this season, and he's proud of the way that his team came through that I feel like what we've been through is a football team. The road we traveled this year. The challenges that we faced all well documented. I feel like our guys handle them with with toughness and with grace, and they were positive, and they just came to work every day. They were joy to be around, man. They were, and now their season is over, and Lamar Jackson had a concussion. That was kind of a scary moment. In the game last night when you're seeing him You grab his helmet and then be down on the in the end zone. And we were all trying to figure out like was he in the end zone when he threw the ball because that would have been grounding, and it would have been a safety. I love watching that guy play. I think that was the thing like it was disappointing like because we didn't see those two guys play their best football Josh Alan and Lamar Jackson. They, each of them still gave us like a couple of wo moments. Like Lamar when he picks up the botched snap on the run. Like Most quarterbacks are just falling on that ball, and they're lucky to fall on it. He is. He is out here, picking it up like a shortstop. And still being able to try and make a positive play. Josh Allen makes plays like that where you're like how How is it possible that he is making plays like that today? You've got Browns versus Kansas City. The game will be on CBS. You got Buccaneers vs Saints. The two old men are going to go after it for a chance to go to Green Bay to take on Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. Believe it or not, There was other NFL news this week. And the Jets. Yeah, the New York Jets, I think made a really good move ahead, Coach. So I want to talk with someone Who knows about Robert Sala. My buddy Lord Britt from NBC Bay Area is going to join me next.

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"john murphy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"john murphy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Takes a shotgun snap. Gonna throw it fires it has picked up intercepted by Terrence Johnson in midfield body down the right sideline. He's gonna score. He's gonna score a touchdown. Buffalo ducks down here in Johnson. The Bills get a touchdown pick from Karin Janssen. You know, we made a few plays in the first half. Defensively, they made a few plays their plays a more significant than ours that pick six Would these significant play? Definitely wasps, because at that point, it's almost like it unlocked everything that we know about Buffalo. They became much more bills. E must Morville ish, much more buffalo like After that pick six by Karen Johnson, a 51 Yard score and the call with John Murphy on the Bills Radio network. So then that's right at the end of the first half. Sweep into the second half, and the Bills have the ball to start the quarter. They're opening drive. Goes eight plays, and here was the major adjustment. Four of them went to Savan digs. So we'll call this these two fine digs wrinkle the Stefan Diggs adjustment They were finding him on the outside, and all of a sudden offense looked a whole lot simpler. And so while Pittsburgh Can only manage a pair of three and outs to start the second half. The offense found a rhythm for Buffalo. The snap out of the gun. Josh.

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"john murphy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"john murphy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"So he grew up a bills fan. I got to tell you that you know you have those magical seasons and we certainly had one last year with the 40 Niners. Those two guys on that place, and I like you and Tim last year, I got jealous because here comes both sides. You just get those plays that happened during kind of a magical year in the Cardinal's down for a long time, And that's just those are the kind of place that kind of thrust your season forward, don't they? The difference is we had Levi's being lit and the place going nuts. I mean, it sounds like a studio there, and I mean they're having a great year, but it's you know, I think they allowed. They have lots of fans. I think in Arizona, I think and Glenda I don't know if you know what there was friends. And now that I think about it, there was a man. Yeah, There was absolutely all right. That is Dave Fashion. Ron Wolf Lee. Now let's hear. Uh, he's a good guy replace the great Van Miller van, the man, the voice, the bills forever and ever. You two play me. John Murphy is called John. I wanna hear this. We were gonna be tough. John Murphy Voices. Murray. Pressure builds rush for murders in trouble gets away from it rolls to his left fires. It downfield puts it up for grabs, and it is Got caught caught for a touchdown. Unbelievable. Caught by DeAndre Hopkins surrounded by a couple of Bill's defenders. He went up and brought it down. Unbelievable. Incredible one second left on the clock. Yeah, bills lose. They got beat by a downgrade Hopkins making a phenomenal play, and that's the kind of play he can make. He's got the best hands in football. Athlete. He's got tremendous ball skills. There were three guys around him. And the bills couldn't stop it. What do you think there was? Steve Tasker? Yeah. What's time color? Uh, I think I get way too excited during these games. What would I have a beautiful so quote I have done of brandy would have done that climbed up over three defenders three above three buffaloes best Jordan foyer Micah Hyde and sure, Davis White are three that they're pro bowlers across the board one of your best cover corners and football. Those two safeties are incredible. And then he makes that play. And then if it happened against the 40 Niners to lose the game, you would have done that. I mean, I thought that they kept it is upbeat is you could by getting beat on a play like that about guys? Tasker just said bills lose lose any kind of got into Alice Move, But I think you and Tim would have been pissed. I would have been worse than wide right or the music city scam that they had. Lorenzo Neal started it. Frank Wiecek, you know, basically threw it about 20 yards forward. I think I get too crazy about these games, John. I gotta calm down. But they're both very reserved. Not me. Oh, they've got excited. Started. Wolf fluid. Crazy. Yeah, he went much, but I'll come on if there was Tim me, So I mean, you guys would've been nuts, but I mean, I get it, but on the other side of it, I think you would have just been like good. It's so pissed. That was a hell of a It was a hell of a as that the best they call and get the hail Murray. Is that better than any of Aaron Rodgers? The original hair Mary, which was Roger Starbuck to Drew Pearson. Is it? Is it the best? I mean, considering he was running it was lad wasn't a playoff game like Rogers, but And Aaron Rodgers had one of the playoff game. Janice that the best one you've ever seen just a few of your Hail Murray. Well, meaning I know I give him credit because he moved and he got the ball off. But then once I got in the end zone, I mean, it was one on three and Hopkins content. So it was more of a Hopkins play. But I understand Hail Murray. Murray ran 30 yards, too, was left by the guys. Can I get that throw off? Come on. I just love with Roger's throws him because he throws the real moon ball. The one like Richard Rodgers, caught against Detroit wasn't awesome. Throw wanted Jared Cook on the sideline of the playoff game against Dallas. I want that was big, rolling to his left. And then you're talking. Stop back beating neat right against the against the Vikings. That was a playoff game in the froze like talk about frozen tundra. I mean it was freezing in Minnesota. He beat Nate right down the right sideline. And that was that was the plan wasn't even the best throw one of the fans in Minnesota. They get an official with liquor above of boost bottle. Over that before that I was walking up the field that tourniquet on his head. You gotta give it back in the day man that was a tough to play. The game was tough to be an official because I remember when they made the transition from Glass, beer bottles and plastic and I think it e think the first place they did. It was Cleveland because they used to throw beer bottles on the field all the time in Cleveland, so they came into the plastic kicker that hit it on the goose neck and they went crazy Cleveland And it was like, you know. It was like recyclable. Yeah, recyclables on the field. They just The official had to be escorted off the field. I mean, there was s so you get into that, But I don't know what you look at. What Murray had to do to avoid being sacked. I mean, Mario Addison already had three sacks and I'm lined up. He gave me a little stiff leg and then bolted by him and ran directly left towards the sideline. Didn't get his shoulders square to make that throw. So when you look at it, the throw and DeAndre Hopkins going up and take it away. There wasn't like a typical Hail Mary, where there's Three on offense. Three on defense. It was It was basically eight hands going up for it. And six were belonging to the Buffalo Bills. Incredible. No. All right. We gotta get moving. Because it won 15. We've got a guest, right? A friend of yours we doing all right? He's gonna come out and tell us stories about Ricky Ricardo. All right, so we'll do that about 1 15. All right, let's get ahead to Kyle Shanahan College, Shannon with the obvious the 40 Niners to say that they're limping is not the correct, Vir bitch. They are. I mean, they're in full wheelchair moving out. You know that Zach Raysy all the injuries they've had in the 1st 10 weeks of the season. So here's Kyle Shanahan saying Absolutely, it is time they need to buy. Matt is going to get more time for guys to come back to start with, you know, hopefully an extra week off. I'm hoping to get at least a couple guys back on offense, and I know we're gonna get hopefully one back on defense, maybe more. And not just for them, giving them more time but also for these guys who have been Mr Chain reaction. You know, we we've had a lot of guys who had to be out there a lot. You know some rotational players, things like that, who been carrying the load for way too long and I got a lot of respect for some of these guys have just been hanging on. Just even watching. Like Kerry today has been doing it all year. Hey, it is. You know, I could just see him out there. They need some rest. They need to get away. We'll have a couple of days just to keep guys loose and moving around a little bit. So we don't get too far away from football. But this is as much of a needed rest this team have been on I don't know what we can say That e mean. Yep, That's pretty obvious. Yep, you need like a quadruple by a single week off is not enough for this team, so no but hopefully hopefully off to buy you make it all three running backs back to bow back and the possibility of Richard Sherman's they could look like.

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"john murphy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"john murphy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Alan looks to his left fires left side in Go to the end of step on. This makes a catch. Touchdown Buffalo touchdown step on Dave's Catches a touchdown pass from Josh Allen 21 yards that go ahead touchdown. And it comes with 34 seconds left to play John Murphy on the Bills radio network. So think about this wild swing like a seesaw of emotions. Josh Allen's two interceptions of the second half. The Cardinals come all the way back to a three minute drive that puts the bills in front with this incredible Stefan Diggs catch and a dork from Alan. It was a perfect dart, where on Lee digs could die, then catch it in the left corner of the end zone with mere seconds left on the clock. That's gotta be it right. The bills have snatched victory away from the jaws of defeat, where they put it. With a bad second half. Oh, contraire. Not yet. The Cardinals have roughly half a minute to work. But as I said earlier Tyler Murray. Is always dangerous unless he doesn't have the ball. I guess that he could try toe Leia block unless he doesn't have the ball or he's flat on his back with multiple people on top of him. That's the only time that Kyler Murray is not dangerous. We see what he does with the football where you could be staring right at him, and he can still fake you out. He can still juke you out of your shorts. In fact, it's pretty funny to listen to the Cardinals radio network a lot of the time or really anybody who's calling a Cardinals game because how often do they think they know what the play is? And then it's a fake, and Murray goes the opposite direction. He's so quick. And while he's on the move He's so good at picking out what's playing what's unfolding downfield. He's got great field vision. Fewer turnovers this year, he says. The pre and post snap reads air coming easier to him, so it's not so much the in the moment and the instinctual place where he's moving around. It's also recognizing what he's seeing from the defense and believe it or not. He says. This final play of the game worked out pretty much exactly the way that they expected from the snap. After that, though, he needed one incredible, acrobatic feat of strength. Now the Bills dropped two men back. 25 yards downfield. Murray back to throw Flushed out.

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"john murphy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"john murphy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"It's. Just going to one thing that was cropping up in my mind as you were saying that is another thing that's that's got to happen for some people. And? I've had my own version of this and I and I continue to have it to this day is that? Things that we use that, we formerly. Or took for granted or said. That's the way we're doing it because that's the way we've always done it. That needs to that needs to go right. It's just not. As. You. Know and one thing that I that that. Kinda had me a little bit nervous at the beginning was. When. This is all blown over. Are we going to go back to being crazy? Busy all the time you know running hither, and yon like chickens with their heads cut off. And as it's moved on I, mean there's going to be. There's probably GonNa be some of that. But I don't know if it's going to be. I don't know if it's going to be the same as it was I mean. Two, thousand seventeen till. February march of this year. We were just just I, mean just running as fast and hard as we could. And I'm glad to see. That's been stopped short for awhile. To me, I think the real winners. Real winners of this would be. The would be the people that embraced the change. Acknowledge the change and we'll take a step. Somewhat in the dark because we have no roadmap for this. No, take some step in the dog and just decide. I am going to be different and I'm going to present myself differently and I'm going to think differently. Because I, think it's going to be. It's a mind mindset shift that we need to embrace and the winners were the ones that take that on board and do something about it and and there will be many who do that. Saturday some won't. I mean that's that's just a fact, but I think the winners will be the ones that embrace. Take it on. So, let it be written and so let it be done John. It's great to have you on influence or networking secrets. Where should we send people if they want to learn more particularly about your new mastermind? What's the best latest online.

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"john murphy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"john murphy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"Scare were more used to it. Now are beginning to question whether all of this fear. That they've allowed into their lives really. Is Everything. It's cracked up to be. But as you and I have worked together. We have noticed that it has prompted some really good questions. People are asking themselves their lives. How much they've given to the corporate world or to their business, or whatever can I mean what what if people don't take action here in all your years of experience? Have, you come across a time that has been this rife with opportunity to drop the facade and start digging deep in getting. You know an unleashed that that that that truest part of us from inside. Can you think of a better time? I guess what I'm asking. No I I think that I mean if you go back, even go back to two thousand, seven, two thousand, as when when the markets kind of fell apart, the banks were in dire trouble and everything I, and just those Armageddon, but you know in truth. Why that was huge and it was devastating, it was. By and large it was. A certain sector of the community that really got. Damaged. But this is kind of everybody. Irrespective of way, you are in your stage of life whether you're you know the richest man in the world. Are you know the poorest on the street? It's affected everybody so it's been the great leveler. And I think that the you know on. To me, there's always a window. Of Opportunity that this opens in terms of. For for all of us to actually make the changes that we. Can Make and take advantage of all of. Difficult and challenging and everything else, which has been horrific in so many ways. But. I think there would be i. think what's what's happened with the covert. Is that in many ways it's been. Is, we'll turn out to be a big accelerator of a lot of changes. Those changes were coming I. Think even if you take a you know the the the whole country of remote working. I think that that was kind of still. Out But I think that would accelerate more of that, which I think would be a good thing. Given assuming everyone's got the right environment and circumstances to do that. So I think that there are an awful lot of things that that that would accelerate positively and my my real hope is that. The reflection that people you know. So many people okay someone just. Picks out a Netflix and and and things like that, and if you have them fair enough for waste of time and opportunity, but bread, I think for the people that Aridi take advantage is not to to lose sight of that really good quality thinking that you're doing and to fall back into the trap of. Whatever would be as close to the same old same old as what would exist, so I think it is a moment in time as a real shift in the world. There's no doubt about that and I think that the fear. That I would have is that some people would try and get back to. What was what it was was before? Really because that's what they become used to. Instead of just embracing, this is a different world, and it is the norm is going to be different. It is not going to be what was an embrace that and growing with that change, and I think this huge opportunity and unite both up all that every single time the Oh, this has been significant, but everything attempt has been a major shift. The markets in and and the environment. Out of that, Eagle Soar Yeah great innovations happen. Gray thinking happens great changes are abroad about you know. Companies that never existed even in somebody's mind. Now exist on a starting to source, so there would be. There will be loads of opportunity. Yes, whether it be paying. Of course, there will be on. There's there's there's pain to pay, but I really I really my really wish an honest kind of really kind of part. I I've I work in my own little. Spot in the world that I want to try and make sure that we hang onto the good thinking about well, what does this mean? What does this matter and where my in the world and that we actually do something to make sure that we? We actually really grabbed that opportunity and make the changes that are possible. Yeah Yeah.

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"john murphy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

08:48 min | 2 years ago

"john murphy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"So. You know by the way somebody answers, questions and. You know I think it's a bit like when you're working when working with the team and I find. That when I'm working with a team that. I work hard as when I'm not speaking. Because the speaking bit is the easy piss rise, but what I'm doing is I'm watching, listening and observing. On? Somebody at this either room says something and you see a reaction, not said anything which just see your reaction. You Censor reaction over there. To figure out what's that about? You may not. You likely won't ask their on then, but what you find is that I kind of put it in. The back of my memory, and say okay, not at the appropriate time. I'm just going to dig a little bit there and find out exactly what it is, and you know when you when you observe like that. You're very rarity wrong. This very very rarity wrong right if your intuition is tuned in on your really actively listening Listening for as much as what has been said as to what being said. Oh and your answers are so fluid, and so when it actually does become your turn to speak. Yeah, it's it's like. It's like where did that come from I? That's the one of the best answers I ever gave. I didn't even I didn't even come up with that. So I think I, think it is and I i. think the whole. You know I, think when you're with people managing people within the tape, one of the things that you've got to really. Concentrate on is is real active listening. To be really really listening. And and also to. To. Make sure that your communication clear. And what I mean by that is that we're all guilty. Sometimes I mean. I m. sure you find the same sometimes. I've. If I, actually giving a messy that I wanNA. Make get a reading on what I do. Is I record myself and I listened back and you know what's been clear by has not necessarily what comes out of my mouth I. I mean to say that way. That doesn't sound the way I intended to. Right so I think when you're articulating messer when you agree to give him a masters. It's being very careful about her about how you can then checking with people. Did they actually get get them to kind of feed it back to you. In terms of is, is that what did you hear me? Say but I think that. which is it which is important to do that, but I think. Is is also it's a mindset as a leader is that? that. You're at you always checking in with your people that. They were cared about what we're doing. We're cared about the direction with care about where we're all going. Ortega about everybody's role were cared about the dependencies and care about how we're going to work together. To, achieve and how we work together to achieve, it is such an important part, and very often gets missed out. Well exactly Corey Blake. who was on the show a couple of weeks ago, We had a. we had a moment where we. We realized. We were talking about listening. And You know he's. He made the kind of the observation that I. Think probably a lot of people who are not in the. Who are not currently in listeners, chair would say which is that most people think they're good listeners, but they're actually not, and I said Yeah. It's like saying you're a good listener because you're not deaf well, that's a good start. you know your ears work is is obviously helpful for listening, but hardly makes you a good listener. In fact, it's It's if it to be an internal fisticuffs if you will of getting your inner voice to sit down and shut up. and. Let's be honest. It's not actually easy. No, we really good listener because I mean most and. We're all guilty as well most people's definition of being good listeners that I'm just waiting for you to finish. So I can say what I WANNA. Going to say but actually having listened to what you're saying it all right and and I think that when you're when you're coaching, your people would obviously I'm very passionate about, but when you're coaching your people. It's. Does train you touchy listen very? Really really listen to be present because it's. It's what they're saying. That's what they're not saying. and. That's where the gold is. That's. Where the real that's where it really comes in and sometimes. Very often you know people give give hence, but they don't actually realize themselves giving hints. and. You know when you play back something to. This when I asked you that question. This is how you answered that and you know why. Why do you think you might have answered with? Outweigh all in use those words what was in your head when you were using those words and really kind of creating it and trying to just dig dig onto the layers because you know we've all had hats who are lies kind of all sorts of experiences. Good bad indifferent. that that layer layer upon layer and we're all contingency kind of deal airing all of this to actually get back to our truth. And it's it's a never ending battle. Because the minute you take off those layers others go on, so you've got to keep doing it and be very conscious of the fact that. You know on my saying what I'm saying because it's what I truly believe or is is a reflecting an environment that men right now. Is this me or is this seven year old me or is this me when everything had fallen apart or is this me? Arrogant proud pompous boasts full of you know. What is it me as I think I should appear to be yeah. Is it me trying to make people happy and trying to not rock the boat? Yeah, then there. Yeah, so you know it's. It's multi-layered, which which makes it very complex, but yeah, that's one of the. That's one of the joys of coaching. Is You know you you come to us? and. I don't I, don't I? Don't haven't I, I can't fix somebody as change some of the US there's no. I mean I. See 'cause I. Just it's just not possible. So I always ate some. There's no kind of I don't have magic. Does sprinkler anyone that's doesn't he's going to get? Hey, hey, we are Eureka. I'm fixed. It's not like that, but my road is to just ask the questions. And to facilitate the conversation and to guide that person to find their own truth. I am not bringing them the solution because you're drawing them, I'm drawing it out of them. Because of that was the case. Then it's always my solution. Their solution, so it's the joy is of actually helping people find their own solution because when they do find us then that's where that's where the growth and development happens, and that's what makes it fascinating. While, you're drawing on another principle from the word of God. If don't mind me sharing with you, that says The purposes of a man's harder like deep waters, but a man of understanding draws them out. And that's that's that's I agree and I don't serve necessarily in the official paid role as coach, but I do a lot of coaching. Of People. You. Know and it's. It's Magic to watch that. Come out of them. It's already in there, but they've lost sight of it somehow got. Of the things to stack up on top of it. Yeah, and that's the rea- joy of it and I think that's you know it's. It's a very Iowa thing that. I'm very privileged to do the work that I do and I genuinely mean that. I think I'm very privileged to do the work that I do because you. You get very close to people you get very you. We understand them. and. And and you play. You know a small part in their votes. You become a little bit of the catalyst. For them to change, but it's always. They're always doing the changing, but you're always the one that's kind of just dieting it up a little bit more than a little bit more than a little bit more, and and that's that's the joy of it, unless they you know to say that growth into witnessed the growth and people that you're working with is as an extraordinary experience. So John. We're recording this. Parts of the world are beginning to emerge slowly from the Kobe..

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07:43 min | 2 years ago

"john murphy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"And supporting all of the people in his. That were in charge. At least as I read it as I read it in his book and you know the analogy that you gave of the shield there. I think the the whole thing is we have a lot of people have the shield facing the wrong way? Right the whole, the whole objective of the shield is to protect your people. From. All the varying market forces that can affect them competitors. It can affect them. New Realities in the you know among consumers that can affect them, and so forth, and so on so you're supposed to have that shield, facing outward and a lot of when you have that old command control philosophy. Instead you turn the shield inward. Facing your employees to and all the people who are working under you to protect yourself from being. Supplanted, overthrown or something by them. Whereas if you. Have that shield facing outward while now the organization can see what's behind the shield than they can see. There's a weakness. Somebody that person has a a cut somewhere here and we that we need to support them their brandon, so it engenders more of that. Philosophy, but at the same time you're still holding the shield. You're just blocking all of the real bad guys. From getting in and tampering with the organization destroying. And I think that you know that opens is what is that you you? You always gotTa feel that you know no matter what your boss will have your back right that your boss will support you not that. That gives you the freedom to make mistakes, and you've got to have the freedom to make mistakes, because if you if you, if you kind of are all terrified that there's going to be serious discrimination. If you get wrong then GonNa, try and then you never going to push the boundaries, so you'd stay safe so. You know there is that kind of trust that you you build on trust is at the foundation of every successful team. If you don't have trust and I've worked with. Hundreds of teams, and in all different industries in all different cultures with GonNa Multicultural James and I tell you one thing pull the one thing that is absolutely the bedrock of any team aerospace of industry culture. Anything is trust right, and that is that trust that I can be open, and that trust that I can be vulnerable, and the will not be consequences to me being vulnerable, and and also trust that we would have each other's back and we would support each other through this and if you're looking to get. To develop a high performing team, you know it's one of the characteristics of a high performing team. Is that everybody in the team? Is committed to each individual's development. Yes. Now. It's that's that's a tough place to get. Let's be honest about it, right. That's a very very high bar to set, but if you want a truly high-performing team, it's not just a team that blows the targets whatever they might be out of the water at Trudy high-performance. Do that, but it would actually make sure that. Is built upon, and and that's it is sustainable because that's what I try is one of the trademarks of a Heidi Heidi successful high-performing team. That commitment to each other's individual growth, so that they grow collectively as a high bar on it's it's the leader that that understand this, and as the leaders that are you know really working to achieve that on? It's very hard to achieve, and but it's it's. It's not about it's a little bit. It's not about the destination. It's actually about the journey that everybody knows that. That's what you're trying to achieve and if everybody knows that that's what we're trying to achieve, everybody will buy in to move along that journey, and it's not about the attainment of because it's probably you know it's. It's like you know having a goal of perfection and stupid ago, but it's just that that's just the road that were on is to continuously grow and develop, and and that becomes the mindset of the team. That's massively important. What's the This kind of makes me curious John when you're when you're interviewing people. For your mastermind. How do you assess their level of commitment to that? I mean it's. It's very easy to say on on paper Yes. I'm committed to. Supporting others and helping them grow. But what you know, what are some? I guess accuser or or hints that you can take from somebody. That really says to you yet. They don't just. They're not just saying that. They actually mean it. Well. I think it's like interviewing somebody for a job A. When you're entering, some do for a job. Everybody's on their best behavior sure. and. Everybody is trying to represent the the kind of the best picture of themselves I mean both sides of the table, generally speaking and and. I think that is in. This is exactly the same process and you just got a question and. A have a series of questions of of trying to. What you're trying to ascertain is ill. Motivation behind us right in what you know, what when this person told me what's the language? They use when they talk about their objectives. What way do they treat coach objectors when they look at you know asking you why you want to join him. He'll get people say other I think and you just kind of keep probing, and it's just about keep asking. is come back to my friend. Zone affected. Keep asking why you know and and keep digging into that. And and the same way when you know going back into the corporate world, I was always. Fascinated as why. Somebody was applying for the job I mean apart from the obvious right. Why that job! Why this organization and why? Why are you leaving the one year in? Do Yeah, so it's I think it's just keep on digging and asking questions, and and you just get clues front while people say because you're not now asking you know in an interview situation kind of the obvious questions. You're asking a bit more. You're kind of fishing around the edges to try to get some Rio. truisms out from you know from the personnel. Because people. Do you know we all will ultimately will have a layer of which we have all the right answer to give, but if we keep asking, we do actually give kind of indicators. On for me, one of the indicators if I get a sense at all is that the intention is will what am I going to get from us? And it's all about me, yes? That's just not a fit that's. Not going to a and so you're actually to to hear what they feel they bring. And you know I'm very often the person who has a mindset of of only taking. Actually struggles with that question. Right because what they'd actually talk about is what I'm reading good as theirs, and that's not the question that you're asking. So. You know by the way somebody answers, questions and. You know I think it's a bit like when.

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

"john murphy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"But I can't help you if you're in vulnerable. Because, I may as knocked my head against a wall and eventually stopped when it starts to hurt. So you know you just you just stopped doing it so there is that kind of move towards that I? Think it's great. I think that. You know. The generation that's coming into the workforce. They're not signing up for life for starters. We don't expect them to not asking them to zero expectation, and they're very open about the fact that there are not, but they do want to be engaged in something that matters they do want to be you know committed to something that actually does make a significant difference, and they want to feel that they're going to be grown. They're going to be developed under going to give the opportunities to that, and they want to engage with with their bosses as mentors as well as just being their boss. The looking for that development and growth and I. Think it's it's those managers and bosses. That kind of are embracing that. And and really really kind of moving forward with that and I always think that the organization structures always kind of draw on the wrong way because you know you put the CEO at the top. Then everything goes down in the triangle, and the because that's the way powerpoint awards. Maybe but you know, but it's actually the wrong way. The CEO is supporting everybody else. Yeah, it's lipid around I. think that when you realize that your job is is actually about supporting your people and being a servant to your people. I think that's when you actually start to really become a leader. I agree I found him harkening again back to this Robert Agar Book. You know. He took a number of risks during his tenure as CEO at Disney. He always did so from a position. Of you know of of serving.

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"john murphy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

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05:23 min | 2 years ago

"john murphy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"I and I do that because I need time to ease into the day. Notify if I'm literally on the go as soon as I get up out of bed. which is the case for a Lotta people? Become very unpleasant to be around and I'm like that's you're you're singing my tune? That's exactly why. I get up at four thirty every morning. It's not because I couldn't use the extra sleep. or because I couldn't necessarily function if I got up an hour or two later. I just find that. With. It was everything that comes at me during day. if I have you know an hour or two to sit there, read. My Bible relaxed pray. Think Journal. You know just clear. The cobwebs get a bunch of. Thoughts, and all that out of my system on paper where whatever I do with them. Then then I'm in a position to be receptive. To the goodness of God, but also to be to be the kind of person who. Operates, runs a business and leads a family and you know is a friend and a mentor and other things. I'm just I'm just I have much more of the right frame of to devote to all of those things. Yeah I think you need to. I. Mean I think that you know. I was talking to somebody the other day. They're saying that they're. They're ritual I mean a very simple, but very powerful zone somewhere I. mean they're ritual? Was that they? Got Up early in the morning, they they made a cup of coffee and you know. I spent ten minutes reading something. Whatever might be some some book or another that they had not a novel, but something about there will begin to biographies with us at learn from biographies, but could be a biography of could be kind of business connected book. And then he said I forty five minutes. I just sit there thinking. And the and and just not to make decisions. I'm just east a lot of the time. I'm just asking the question why. You know. Why are we doing that? Why am I doing why? Why on it just keep digging? And digging next level of why and he said I just. I'm not trying to come up with a plan I'm not trying to you. Know sort something out I'm not trying to you know. Come up with some. You know Brainwa-, but he said I just want to think about you. Know what what what you in his guess what? He was doing what his business was doing his just to Christian everything you know. Is this right thing? Are we doing? Doing the right thing are we focused on? The right thing is everybody you know aligned on that and he's at that just that quiet time is it just gets him into the space of being being in the day? So I yeah, I, thought that was an interesting way of doing it and really works for him, and you know you gotta find I mean for me. It's it's it's. It's You know I do journal I there I journal for a long time, but I do journal and I do. I you know I. Read My own mission. I write my own mission statements out every day. And and it's just the physical act of writing. That just connects me back to that as to why I'm undoing as and you know, and then you know then I would read something on that the I'd exercise and then that kind of gets me ready for that, so I think everyone's gotTa. Find What's good because we just need to, you know we live in a very fast moving world and angry I'm we live in a weather throwing in the current time, and it's only many challenges through covert and everything else. That was going. kind of no template for and we need to be. On our best game possible, no and I think that's gotta be making sure that we're doing you know rise across the different aspects of our life and I think. I. Do think it's an interesting time. In the sense that I think the what has happened, which has been, you know obviously a very hackney trays unprecedented, and that's absolutely true in this case. It's giving giving reason for people to kind of read you reflect on on what they're doing and why? They're doing it onto onto kind of think about this. Sweetie, what I want to do. So i. do think that you know I. Am an by nature I. think that despite all the challenges that this. has brought and will bring over the next period of time because the consequences. Are you know both? Economically physically and mentally I, think are going to be significant. That got to deal with, but I also do think that a lot of good will come out of this I think a lot of people will are recalibrating what the weather weather about and and I think that's that's Ridi Ridi important, and I think then as we. You know, and as we looked at I find I kind of see my role as a as a as a coach is is to just kind of keep pushing that and a not not allowing that thought process to disappear when we. Get back to normal won't be going back to Nova where we actually went. The kind of the world opens up again, but just to make sure that we don't lose the that good quality thinking. Ju Eighty reflect upon the direction that people are going..

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09:41 min | 2 years ago

"john murphy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"Absolute an absolute. Nightmare to their family. You want to. If you're doing that well and work, my theory is the odds. Are You WANNA? Do that well everywhere else. but maybe you don't know how, and maybe you're not aware and nobody's taught you or It can be any number of things, but it's it's just. It stands to reason I mean. Why would you want to be a pathetic? Husband and father. And and at the same time, brilliant corporate executive, but it doesn't make sense yet. What I think I think at sometimes I. think that's true. To a large extent, but I also think that we can. To me I was be honest about it I was blinded by. Can I get the next level sales manager to director? WHO's jet says director wants within the marketing director. Martin, factor I want something so you get a bit blinded by it and you get on it. You get on a bit of a treadmill. And and you tend to rationalize. And you know and also for all of us. We all only got so much that we can give right. So, if you're draining the battery down completely in your work life. And that is your goal and that is. You're not not to go to retrain. The your work is really the dominant thing in your life that it's everything it's the career and you know, and if I got that job, and if I got that title and I got that road. Then I'd be happy I and I know that sounds when you say it sounds stupid, but you know it's very easy to get sucked into that. And so therefore what you're measuring your progress against. Is is is is of the wrong thing. You know and and it's a bit like the Stephen Covey's. Line about leaning a ladder against the wrong wall. And and that's so true, and then what happens is that you know because you're you're. You're giving so much to the corporate world? It creates tension at home. Grades problems at home. You don't deal with you. Don't try to correct it, and then it just kind of ratchet up and up and up. Because you're not actually dealing with something that you need to deal with. On I. Think the other part of it is that. We, we you know we tend not to be. Developed to actually think and reflect upon the goes and all aspects of our lives. Yeah because we talk about I've goes mmediately aside. There's an generalization, but people will go towards their career goals. Their business goes. Our income goes. Yeah, I'm not saying you don't need income. Of course you do nice, and you need to grow it, and that's the right thing to join bus. Then say well. What about the person's Oh? Yeah Oh yeah I as a second thought and to me. It's actually get by. It's about trying to to to facilitate people to think about the water the things that you want to develop across the all the aspects of their life. And and to be very intentional, then so that you don't just have you know we don't just have a business plan we at you have a plan for the entirety of your life. And and if you do that. I'm not saying you would. You would necessarily achieve everything, but if actually. Challenge you to actually give more to different areas of your life because you're going to hold yourself accountable and for me as a coach I mean my role is to is to hold people accountable to what they commit to is a big part of being a coach, and but it's really helping people to be clear about. What is their mission of what is the mission of the have for life? Right and you know what is the purpose what they stand for what they found by what? What's the meaningful things? What's what's actually going to make them grow and develop, so it's all those things unfortunately. I think that many times, and you know I put my hand up and be the first to say that I did it myself is that I was measuring. My growth I was measuring my success based on the road, the title and the award I got. and. That's sort of what what I was GONNA. Ask As my first question John Is. From from what just from how you've described it so far, it sounds like there's a fairly there might be a fairly low level of awareness among those people that they actually need to rethink this. Would that be the case or what's been experience you? I think I think that people I think it doesn't make sure that there are certainly there are. There are some people that I know and that have come across that are listen if I'm just going to focus on the career, and that's it right. and. It's very black and white I. Don't think that's vast majority on starting out the vast majority of the people that I encountered. To, be Oh in in in as as executive CEO and also as A. Coaching career. I think there's the grays intent about trying to get you know I. Don't like the term work life balance because it indicates there's life there's work and you know the not quite that way, but I that you know people are very. They want to actually you know they want to be. A good father, a good mother, a good brother, good sister, good son, a daughter. And to enter progress in their career, an to do something meaningful. They want to do all that. I think the problem that they face many times. Is that they? They just get caught up in the system. On. They get caught up in the demands of an and they. They sometimes are working in organizations. They feel that they've got to keep on doing on. Stay on this treadmill. Very often not realizing that actually staying that treadmill at you can become so counterproductive. Because they are always draining themselves drain themselves branding themselves, so they're actually starting a day drained. Nothing to actually you know kind of recharge we balance, recalibrate and set themselves up again and I and that's where I think that. Having you know kind of a plan that that that that that is kind of broader than your your career, and then incorporating really good rituals into your day, and as you know from. Conversations we've had I'm big on daily rituals, and I just think that they are so fundamentally and portent I. Mean You know when you think of your daily habits? They they were they would determine. The life that you have. And I think it's really to understand that. It's not just to say okay. What what? I know I should be doing that. But if you're not actually doing it, and you're not putting in the kind of the fundamentals every day. And? You've got to find what they are for. You I am the same problem. Show you founder through the podcast in your own experience that. Because I certainly find my own podcast while and also you know people have madame people have read about that. All of the the the successful people pretty much. Hundred percent have daily rituals. Now there are, there are different right and they're going to be variation, but they all have daily rituals that kind of. Would start their day and perhaps someone start, and and that bookend end the day, but they. How things that ask do that feeds them in different ways, and it's not just about. You know kind of feed spiritually or physically it's also about kind of mentally physically spiritually and emotionally, and you've gotta find the take that worked for you and and. I know don't necessarily kind of just go. Go find out what. So or that might be a big name does and Find what works for you and you do it to play around with it and also your change it over a period of time but I think that you know having that base in. Really helps to kind of keep the focus on. Keep you grounded on that and I think for you know the corporate world can be very fulfilling place, NFL, or for the for people that are suited to really fulfilling and the great thing about the corporate world is that by and large get great opportunities to actually grow and develop and be exposed to many different opportunities and situations which are fantastic, but it's it's. It's not about you know kind of selling your soul to it, or it's not about just kind of drifting through it and and I. Certainly you know I really work hard. with my clients trust you say is this you know? What's the next road you WanNa, go for what's the next time we were an is, are you? Are you really care about that? Because it's not about the next job? It's kind of what's the next sort of work you'd like to do. Robert Egger who's the to step down? Recently is the chairman of the Disney. Or as the CEO of Disney's stayed on as executive chairman of their board and all. I wasn't surprised at all to dig into his book? which is called the ride of a lifetime in one of the first things that I found him talking about his I rise every morning at four, fifteen, four thirty. and.

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06:23 min | 2 years ago

"john murphy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"To the altar of my career. On the road you know and and what was being sacrificed for that, and that really made me shift on thought okay well. You know by legacy is if there is such a thing as legacy that I really wanted to leave, but I mean the legacy of you know he was the CEO. WHO The hell cares. and. That doesn't actually mean anything and. You know there's always that if you're in the corporate life for that period of time, so I go and I'd be re engaged if I go to another organization, breath thought. That's not going to do it. Just just going to be the same thing and in with the different banner over the door and so I decided that Joe said side is going to leave before I decided what was actually going to do which is? Not something I'd highly recommend. But I, you know I decide okay, but I did suspect decision. Okay I will definitely leave, and then it was okay well. What would I do at the parts that I loved in in in throughout the time was you know getting a team of people? Making Team Effective Building that team and coaching the individuals within within that team. And The best they can be and for me. It was just going to okay. Let me take out and then let me take it outside. Of that build my business around that because that became. Very, much emission from me as about kind of optimizing the potential of the individuals and optimize the potential of the teams on I, think the other thing Paul that that certainly was something that I kind of. Kind of fell into as much as anything else was that when I started coaching. The team of people that that worked with me. You know it inevitably kind of went outside of just a job in the role. and. My argument was even as some people initially when they joined the team. We're kind of well didn't expect that we'd get into the personal life. My arguing about this. It's not my fault that all of you turns up for work. You know it's not we don't. None of us can compartmentalize ourselves in that way that's it's just this this it me turns up at me, does not turn up. Yeah, so you know everything everything, everything matters and everything that goes on in your life impacts you in all aspects of your life, so to me, Rachi, much more about that kind of holistic development, and you know, and I've I was always open to the conversation. When we have I mean I probably get by around myself at some stage, but I was always open the conversation that yeah somebody. Hired or appointed to row, that was reporting to me to have the conversation about. Well maybe. Is this really the row that's that's that you're that you want to shine. Not Sometimes through the process of the coaching. Say You. Know what I'm not actually in the road that I really really want to be because they've just kind of found themselves in that row, and and I that's why I think that I when I'm working with corporate executives now I'm always kinda very strong about them. Proactively managing their own career, he has to be fair to. Say That not against the corporate world, because to be fair it. If you're in the corporate world and you see somebody talented, you would say okay. Well, you know Paul would be brilliant in that role, so you kind of say okay, I'm put fall into that role. But actually that may not be the direction of Paul wants to wants to go in. That, that's not the direction suddenly. You're putting somebody on track to do something that perhaps is not achieved the right thing for them so I was always kind of at the conversation. Well, you know if it's not fulfilling, you will let you work on a plan that you can exit the organization in a way that you know you've got whatever it is that you figured out. You Really WanNa do that. You can have that kind of set up in some way because this is about a win. Win Situation for both parties I support you in that period of time to do that. And you're the quid pro quo is that you deliver for me in the role that you're in? I think that you've always got to be open to the. In the corporate world. You've just got to be careful that you don't allow your career to get on a track. That is not really what you want and that's going to fulfill you. That was a very long winded answer to your question, and I probably went off in different tangents, but but I just I. I really believe that I, think that when you know what I'm. When I'm coaching? Executives and senior executives in particular is to challenge. You know is the direction. That, you're going in your the path that you're on. Is that reads the path that you want to be on? That is going to foot. Fade you because we all want. At the vast majority of his want the work we do to be meaningful. I have a consequence and I'll be of some significance. It's not just a transactional relationship. You know. I turn up if you're my boss I, turned out for you to work for you ball and I did ever ABC and then you pay me. That's a transactional relationship. It's got to be much more or less and were engaged in building. Something creating something. Something growing something that has got bigger meaning on it, an an more significant purpose to it, so I think that. You know you. You've really gotTa make sure and be careful about that because I've seen it I mean. I saw too much about my own corporate career where? You know people that I knew had Gotham says to. They found themselves in a row. They really disliked. And the. In the thing is like you know the other thing, is when when people are actually in that role. Owner executive chairman, you know senior executives, senior vice president whatever it might be. It's not as though. It's not as a in in reverse. It's the same thing it's not as though they want to be the best they can be at work. And then go home and be. Absolute an absolute. Nightmare to their family. You want to. If you're doing that well and work, my theory is the.

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"john murphy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"john murphy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"To realize that there's more to life than profits and dividends and margins. I think you'll find this helpful. It's a privilege to welcome John. Murphy executive coach and founder of the life in a living mastermind to the influence or networking secrets podcast. John also a client of mine. He spent the Last Sixteen Years Coaching and mentoring executives in European major brands like Vodafone Pfizer. Airbus HE HAS A. Compelling an intriguing story of sort of a rebirth of sorts from the corporate world into becoming a mentor and a coach, and now leading a mastermind John. Thanks so much for joining us on the show today, my friend, how are you I'm great and poetry pleasure. Thank you for inviting me and I'm looking forward to this. As a my it's, it's great to have you here. It's Knowing. What I've learned about your story. That's kind of where I want to start off with in. You've got this. The the story of rising pretty much from the entry level run to the very top of a company. And then. You know dramatic events take place. Everything gets rearranged, and you know you go on this new journey, and now it's taking on this this whole mastermind level, so we're GonNa talk about the concept of curing executive masterminds. That's what I put as a title is episode. Can you just? You know for the audience to get a better feel for you can use to take us back through that that story in brief and tell us how you got to where you are. Yes, sure I mean I I won't go through a blow by blow, but just to give you kind of broad brush approach I mean I started my corporate career, and as as an insurance salesman, so I was door doors adds one and for anybody who has done this at Sam, it sounds like the most Gaza job in the world, but actually it's quite fun when you when you get used to it. And you know like everything else you start off. You're not very good, then you suddenly get a little bit better, and then you get better again. So I I really. I really got to enjoy something that I didn't think that I would enjoy and. The reason that I did it was like a lot of people just desperately needed to earn money, and so did it then you know what happens in the corporate world you you get. Succeed to a certain level, and then they decide Oh argo now you know John become a good sales manager, which actually is not necessarily true because you're good, says I. It doesn't mean you're going to be a good sales manager. They're exactly and I wasn't a good sales manager. In the end, the periods of time because I really had no idea how to do it. And I mean all I did was given. Given a different title, a bigger car because salary, an office and and that was it so It took me a long wide realize that. Being a manager was actually completely different job than being a sales person, I kind of thought it was a slight each society bigger job immunoassays person, and how wrong was but. Then once I kind of got my head around that then I began to enjoy managing people and I always have enjoyed managing people since then, and then it became you progress through a couple of different different organizations is got begins as director can. Marketing director became a general manager and then over. Quite a period of time eventually became the CEO of of upon European, Insurance Group and You know, and that to me was kind of wow I'd kind of made it, and all of the all of the kind travelling and being away and being out, and you know being out of the home and missing out on lots of things in and to me. It was always kind of justification well, I'm building career for the sake of the family which yeah does always doesn't element of truth, and that is not the total truth, because that is about kind of chasing that that that they the ego and the title, and you want to have that stripes that that go with it and but I. You know I I did eventually get there and and. It was great. I I mean corporate life was very good to me, I've. I've absolutely no complaints by corporate life. It was very good to be an an and I. Hope that I was I was good to his, and on a very good relationship with the with the showed on the board that that I worked with, but the S. the wasn't event I. Mean in the in the midst of all of that I was a number of years in. That role and My wife was thirty nine years of age at the time died very suddenly. and. Jackie died of of an epileptic seizure, and in fact is in the bed beside me, which was quite a? Shock that. One would never get over, but you know suddenly that sort of thing you know, it can happen to you at one level, but you actually don't really believe that ever happened to you. And and I suddenly you know there was I three daughters aged, fifty and thirteen and ten and a now. You're kind of wow. Where do I go and and that? Radi I mean obviously huge shock and everything that goes with that, but it also. Really calls me when you got to grips. Because the the immediate thing was kind of just handling the chaos that came with all of that, but once you kind of got on top of that. It was kind of just to kind of reflect on. Say Well. You know what is this? What I really WanNa do I kind of wanted to get here terribly badly and is really what I want to do is really fulfilling me is a really taking all the boxes and and that just started the process of. Me Deciding to to leave corporate world. And and I didn't do immediately I took a period of time I also you know because at a very good relationship with the organization and with with shareholder. To exit gracefully and on good terms, because there was no reason that it shouldn't be on terms, it was not any disenchantment with the with the organization, and it was just simply a shift in my life, but it did. Radi caused me to to kind of rethink pretty much everything, life and but also you know what I was. You.

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Hundreds Attend Funeral For Vet They Never Knew

John Williams

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Hundreds Attend Funeral For Vet They Never Knew

"It was a huge turn out for the funeral of an unclaimed Vietnam veteran John Murphy who died at the age of seventy one in Elgin WGN's data rather because there he was born in Chicago and was a jet engine mechanic in the U. S. Air Force from nineteen sixty six to nineteen sixty nine the Kane county coroner reached out to the US Simon's Madison funeral home director who is a veteran himself and asked if he'd be willing to help put together a public service for Murphy and he agreed to do so at

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"john murphy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"john murphy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Had a a young lady that had an artistic side we had a grandfather who had just lost his job and to see a grown man cry kind of brings it all together and the bank has raised enough money to be able to do it again and with that when Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio a Dorchester man is under arrest for a hit and run in South Boston earlier this month John Murphy is accused of hitting a woman as she walked down day Boulevard December second and police say he was texting at the time the victim suffered non life threatening injuries ten oh three traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes how are the roads Steve well they're not great we'll start you out south of town ninety five north heavy passing a two car crash by mechanic street sharing that as you back up all the way to four ninety five expressway north and southbound wet roads make crispy limit right same story on route three in Franklin southbound side of four ninety five schools for a disabled tractor trailer blocking the right lane by route one forty more delays for icy roads by route one and twenty four south is Jim from Harrison Boulevard to pleasant street in Brockton west of the city mass pike both directions they please have reduce the speed limit from the New York line to I eighty four in Sturbridge to forty miles an hour Mike he's icy roads will slow you down through framing him up to route twenty seven north of town more issues with slick roads for ninety five south to slow between one fourteen in ninety three route three so I see all the way national to one twenty eight one twenty eight ninety five also moving slowly downtown lower deck lever connected Tobin bridge are wide open soldiers field road airport tunnels no trouble at all this report sponsored by the ad council attention all drifters those awesome find you get a good will or even awesome than you may realize because as a nonprofit good will use your purchases to find job training and more in our neighborhoods learn more good will dot org steeper as WBZ twenty four hour traffic network and now the four day WBZ accu weather forecast was it through tonight will be rather cloudy in Bristol some lingering rain and snow showers along with a few pockets of sleet and freezing rain early the best chance for that would be north west of one twenty eight watch for icy.

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"john murphy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"john murphy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The clock at the call there with John Murphy on the bills that radio network and house K. taking responsibility for this one I I mean I was a long attempt for sure it's not like it was a give me at fifty three yards but he had a missed field goal in the first half as well to cap off what was an eleven play drive that was only from thirty four yards at the culmination if ever one guy's fault or to the credit of one particular guy but certainly a tough pill to swallow for the bills who now dropped to six and three it's after hours with Amy Lawrence here on CBS sports radio this is maybe a potential leaping off point for Baker Mayfield and the Browns having a tight victory against the great great team as something that we needed especially don't you know can I get the monkey off our back without one the first one at home in game nine is not something that usually happens but it gets thrown from here hundred forty seven yards rushing along with two touchdowns for Baker Mayfield it was the return of Kareem hunt who had four carries for thirty yards was also active in the passing game and so they're inserting him into their line up now and hoping for a pop with the offense you can buy me on Twitter ale all radio also on our Facebook page which is the division that surprises you the most for week ten in the NFL you probably aren't surprised that the New Orleans Saints are on top of the NFC south maybe surprised that the papers are right behind with the loss of cam Newton and really him being injured going back to the end of last year Kyle Allen with the career passing yards god can passing yardage number at Lambeau field of course they end up losing that game and they don't pick up ground on the faith this one maybe the daughter of the weekend maybe the daughter of the season in the super dome under the dome Dan Quinn had the Atlanta Falcons playing beers D. against drew Brees and Alvin Kamara and that explosive saints offense how about these numbers six sack of drew Brees the state could not protect him he was under fire all game long so six officials fax another eleven QB heads New Orleans can't run the ball in fact without looking back in the lineup they still only manage fifty two total rushing yards in the red zone normally normally effective the center for three meanwhile Matt Ryan back on the field great but it a hundred yards in a couple of touchdowns just as importantly a lady got a hundred and forty three yes rushing yards itself and so to be able to play their ball control game to limit the opportunities for New Orleans and just to put pressure so much pressure on drew Brees this why not I saw one website label at the upset of the season I don't know if you could call it that but it certainly was nice for the falcons for Dan Quinn to finally see their six game losing skid come to an end there was a way too long and so for personally I'll just you know it's not about me for it it's about the players and to see their excitement in the locker room with the players the coaches and the energy they you guys get to see him for three or three and a half hours on a Sunday but you know what they go through the play and the toughest they display I was happy for them to you know see some of the hard work they put in you know get rewarded today give Atlanta credit they beat us base well in all three areas played better than us when you pick it you know it's kind of one of those that's not a lesson but this this league is too good week to week where you know you can go in and and not be focused and ready this is always been a game played with emotion and yeah I thought they out place they'll play is the our coaches and they deserve to win that is for sure the falcon moved to two and seven well the saints dropped to seven and two so major disparity I happened to see this particular stat from NFL research I love this Twitter handle this Twitter account it's it's for nerds like us first of all the faith had their third game this season with no touchdowns on the fifth third game is even in which they had zero touchdown though they walked into a game with teddy Bridgewater get the cowboys in which they didn't have any touchdowns would you compare this season with the previous thirteen even only two games in the thirteen years before this one in which they had no touchdowns and here they are three games deep in just ten weeks and sometimes those touchdowns are hard to come by pretty crazy right it's that kind of a league which is why I love it because you really don't ever know what's going to happen from week to week and you know I say that but eight in and maybe you think I'm a broken record but all got proof for you every single week and then in addition to that the fact is if you let your guard down for a second a losing team maybe the worst team in football the bangles the dolphins the red skins these guys get paid to play to they will feel that big three from you so fast but you don't know what did you I don't really believe that teams take opponent slightly because players tell me all the time how hard it is to get one win in this league forget me a winning team to get to the playoffs I just know that if you don't execute your game plan you don't stay focused and locked in the sharks are circling and for the Atlanta Falcons they finally looked like sharks on defense all right we've got a full full mind excited talk some football with you coming up also dive into Ellis you Alabama you can find us on Twitter a little radio said your pictures from there for veterans day whether you or your family also on our Facebook page it's just it is not either way this football we can play out and if you can hear the smile in my voice I know that you can our latest boards update and here's Peter shorts.

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"john murphy" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"john murphy" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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