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Coan, No. 6 Irish dominate Yellow Jackets in 55-0 victory
"It was a shut out on senior day six ranked Notre Dame steamroll Georgia tech fifty five to nothing at Notre Dame stadium senior quarterback Jack Coan was fifteen of twenty for two hundred eighty five yards and two scores twenty best Kerr wins a Logan Diggs accounted for sixty four yards on the ground and four touchdowns the Irish defense once again highlighted the victory as they avoided giving up an opposing touchdown for the third consecutive game the defense picked up two scores as well as Jack Kaiser forty three yard interception return and seventy or full recovery for senior Myron Tagovailoa Amosa the Irish made it five straight seasons of ten or more wins while Georgia tech fell to a record of three eight eight I'm Mike Moriarty
Fields throws 1st TD pass, Bears' defense dominates in Vegas
"Justin fields threw his first career touchdown pass in the bears defense was stellar in at twenty two nine downing of the raiders in Vegas just for a horse that caught the first TD pass by fields who was twelve of twenty four one hundred eleven yards in his third career start Chicago went ahead for good early in the second quarter and fields two yard TD pass to Horst added traffic Derek Carr passed for two hundred six yards and Josh Jacobs rushed for a late touchdown in the raiders second consecutive loss Khalil Mack with the bears defensive dominance of his former team with eight tackles plus a sack of Kerr on the two point conversion I'm the ferry
Red Sox flex muscles, power past Rays 14-6 to even ALDS 1-1
"The Boston Red Sox pounded out twenty hits led by a five hit performance by Kiki Hernandez to defeat the Tampa Bay rays fourteen to six in game two of the American League division series one night after taking over for caller Hernandez finished with one of Boston's franchise record five home runs in the game and also had three doubles talk to hitting coaches and we came up with a with a with a plan to work for and and the Cajun isolated to the two B. P. and I feel a little bit better and I had an okay game Jenner how could earn the win taking over for Chris sale who allowed five first inning runs the way it allows the red Sox to even the best of five division series at one game apiece splitting the first two games at Tropicana field Steve Kerr in Saint Petersburg
Tommy Kirk, the child star in "Old Yeller," has died at 79
"A former child actor who played in some old school Disney films has died Tony Curtis died he was a child star who played in Disney films such as old Jello and the shaggy dog he was seventy nine years old his death was announced by his friend and former child star Paul Peterson who says Kirk was found dead in his Las Vegas home but no cause of death was released creek started his career with several TV shows including some episodes of the Mickey Mouse club adventure series the hardy Boyz his big break came when you start S. Travis codes and the nineteen fifty seven film old Yeller a story about a teenage boy in his hero at yellow dog and in the shaggy dog creek played a teenage boy who was cursed by occasionally turning into a sheep dog Kerr continued acting movies in the nineteen nineties and two thousands I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
US says ivory-billed woodpecker, 22 other species extinct
"The U. S. government is declaring twenty three species extinct it's a rare move for wildlife officials to give up hope on a plant or animal but scientists say climate change threatens to make extinctions more common and it's important to reevaluate from time to time Jack dumba Kerr with the California academy of sciences these pieces have been seen in a very long time despite a lot of effort to find them you know I think it's probably time to declare an extinct and hopefully learn the lessons that you need to learn and move on the list includes eleven bird species eight native to Hawaii and eight species of mussels mostly found in the rivers of the southeastern U. S. key causes of the extinctions include habitat loss from development water pollution logging and competition from invasive species I'm Ben Thomas
Mexican forces surround border migrant camp
"Mexican authorities are moving to expel Haitians who've been gathering in large numbers at a border town along the Rio Grande Haitian migrants who've been camping in Mexico in Riverside Park in C. data kuya awoke surrounded by Mexican security forces as a helicopter thundered overhead a fence line in a line of state police vehicles final migrants back to the crossing point they've been using all week dozens of families opted to hustle into the river and cross the border to Texas calculating it was better to take their chances with U. S. authorities three buses that have been waiting with National Guard troops in immigration agents left empty meanwhile Mexican National Guard immigration agents let overnight raids at hotels and see you dot com yeah we're Haitian migrants have been staying people were detained relate out with their hands secured behind our backs and loaded into a van local resident role on the Kerr said he thought the way immigration officials retreating nations was inhumane we are not discriminating but people are seeing us this way as if we are discriminating against them Mexico is flying plane loads of Haitian migrants to southern cities and trying to keep more from reaching the northern border I'm Jennifer king
Consumers get online tool to check nursing home vaccine data
"Medicare is introducing a new online tool to help families compare cobit vaccination rates among various nursing homes the Medicare dot gov website already provides a comparison tool that grades nursing homes on their quality and safety and now the Kerr compare feature will show the percentages of staff and patients who have received the code nineteen vaccination nursing homes took a crushing hit from the initial spread of the virus with about one hundred fifty thousand deaths now patients are mostly vaccinated eighty four percent in a nation wide count but only sixty four percent of workers have received the shots those numbers vary widely among different states and individual facilities and can now be researched online Jackie Quinn Washington
Mayfield Shakes off Injury, Leads Browns Past Texans 31-21
"They Kerr may feel the Nick Chubb led the Browns offense in a thirty one twenty one win over the Texans Mayfield threw for a touchdown and ran for a score after hurting his left shoulder on a tackle he went ten for ten after first half interception and finished eighteen of twenty one for two hundred thirteen yards Joe brand for a twenty six yard score is the one and one Browns bounced back from a week one loss to Kansas city Chubb had ninety five yards on eleven carries the Texans were in it until Tyrod Taylor sat out the second half with a hamstring injury Taylor was ten of eleven passes in the first half I'm Dave Ferrie
Carr's TD Pass Caps Raiders Rally Past Ravens 33-27 in OT
"The raiders beat the ravens thirty three twenty seven in an overtime thriller Derek Carr completed a thirty one yard touchdown pass to Tate Jones for the winning score the raiders got it to extra time a Daniel Carlson fifty five yard field goal with two seconds left in regulation Kerr finished with four hundred thirty five yards passing and two scores Baltimore's Lamar Jackson threw for two thirty five in a touchdown but lost two fumbles mark Myers Las Vegas
Nike CEO John Donahoe's Lessons on Servant Leadership
"What star. John rains that i am most associate with you. Which is servant leadership. And i'd love if you could describe your philosophy on servant leadership especially try to conceptualize it for much smaller organizations. What does it mean to serve leader as a ceo of a bunch of ceo's around the table how should they think about how that philosophy conform away they run their business so when i talk about servant leadership. It's frankly the the way. I learned to lead because i actually learned the lead in partnership a ban where you aren't really empowered to do anything to you have to earn the respect and the followership of others. You guys don't have that as founders. But i do think you'll find that. Many of the best leaders exhibited the principles servant leadership. And i just say how do i serve serve. The purpose of the organization serve the customers served. The employees serve the communities in which we operate in a jim collins called at level five leadership other people call from things. But it's when someone it's not about the leader it's about what it is. We are trying to accomplish right and some of the antithesis of what's hot silicon valley at different times the narrative. Always around the all-powerful founder. They're all powerful leader. And i think there's actually very few examples where that actually great sustainable companies come out of that my leadership role model for large parts of my career with phil jackson of the chicago bulls. Now it'd be steve kerr for your younger and would always struck me. He was able to do is get people who actually were better than he was klay. Together he got michael jordan. Scottie pippen dennis. Rodman caster characters to win six championships. It got shack kobe to play together. You look at you. Look at steve kerr the warriors right. Now he's getting. Somehow he's getting steph curry klay thompson and kevin durant andrew mongering all vying to something greater and they win i view with how do you build high performance teams of top talent to win and servant leadership is part of it.
Broadway Is Back, but This Act Is Different From Before
"Let me geek out for a minute. And i'll get to my point after i share with you. The joy of going to a broadway theater for the first time. Since march of twenty twenty broadway has been shut roadway. Starting to reopen last night. I went to the walter kerr theatre on forty eighth street. And so haiti's town was the first broadway show is actually two productions that opened last night haiti's town and waitress too big hit musicals on broadway theater geek that i am. I'm gonna see waitress this weekend before. Heading back to florida and it was a glorious feeling to be back in the theater again to be with a bunch of people who appreciate theater and it was a little bit different mask sir required in the theater you had to show your proof of vaccination at the door which incidentally is total performance. It's it's completely performance. Art all they need to do is see what looks like a vaccination card on your phone. And they're letting. In you think a broadway theater usher is going to be able to validate the authenticity of your vacs card. Come on you know anybody could show a picture of vacs card and say there's my accent. Okay go on and enjoy the show. It's really the honor system. But that's okay because the people in that theater made a decision to live their life and take a risk. There are people that would never go to a crowded theatre in this case of theater building. Nine thousand nine hundred twenty one your elbow to elbow with a couple of thousand people. There are people who would never ever right. Now choose to do that. And that's okay but for those of us who did that ought to be okay to
Musicals Return to Broadway With ‘Waitress’ and ‘Hadestown’
"Got to do something last night. I'm gonna let me geek out for a minute. And i'll get to my point after i share with you. The joy of going to a broadway theater for the first time. Since march of twenty twenty broadway has been shut roadway. Starting to reopen last night. I went to the walter kerr theatre on forty eighth street. And so haiti's town was the first broadway show is actually two productions that opened last night haiti's town and waitress too big hit musicals on broadway theater geek that i am. I'm gonna see waitress this weekend before. Heading back to florida and it was a glorious feeling to be back in the theater again to be with a bunch of people who appreciate theater and it was a little bit different mask sir required in the theater you had to show your proof of vaccination at the door which incidentally is total performance. It's it's completely performance. Art all they need to do is see what looks like a vaccination card on your phone. And they're letting. In you think a broadway theater usher is going to be able to validate the authenticity of your vacs card. Come on you know anybody could show a picture of vacs card and say there's my accent. Okay go on and enjoy the show. It's really the honor system. But that's okay because the people in that theater made a decision to live their life and take a risk. There are people that would never go to a crowded theatre in this case of theater building. Nine thousand nine hundred twenty one your elbow to elbow with a couple of thousand people. There are people who would never ever right. Now choose to do that. And that's okay but for those of us who did that ought to be okay to that'll be okay too.
Musicals Return to Broadway With ‘Waitress’ and ‘Hadestown’
"In new york performances on broadway reopened last night after going dark for a year and a half because of the pandemic one of them. Haiti's town is a contemporary retelling of the orpheus. Myth reporter jeff. London was there. The doors opened early to allow time for audience. Members to show vaccination cards to enter ushers held signs to remind the audience to wear a mask and the atmosphere was electric. The show stop several times for standing ovations when it was all over. The crowd took the street in front of the walter. Kerr theatre where the cast serenaded them with the title song and invited everyone to sing. Lean on me in the next few weeks. Several more musicals will open among them hamilton. Wicked and the lion king
Henri hurls rain as storm settles atop swamped Northeast
"And we hit the northeast Sunday as a tropical storm and plans to stick around at least for another day as a tropical depression and continued drenching the area Henri made landfall Sunday afternoon in Rhode Island while sparing the Hamptons the worst of the brunt of the storm that flooded basements and roads in southern New England some people were stranded in their cars bridges were shut down so we're ferries over a hundred and forty thousand homes lost power national hurricane center senior specialist Daniel brown says when people think of tropical storms they often think of wind but rain is also a big hazard to continue Kerr number twenty four hours or so and in fact are going to call the really means not letting it doesn't often get hit by tropical systems he says expect even more flooding within the twelve inches are actually possible early in southern New York Julie Walker at New York
Haitians return to quake-damaged churches, gangs offer aid
"Patients return to earth quake damaged churches for Sunday services as gangs offer support to those in need after eight trucks were hijacked in like high residents rushed to grab bundles of food water and other supplies well armed men stood by Jimmy sure easier a former cop known as barbecue heads the G. nine federation of nine gangs and offered a truce to help aid flow relief worker Yvonne Nelson Kerr says the supplies they were delivering should last a week to have the people doubt the incentive for the water and your date teens it's the kind of thing that we like meanwhile some people made it to church in the hard hit area as the country's civil protection agency raised the death toll to more than twenty two hundred I'm Julie Walker
Kevin Durant, Draymond Green Blame Steve Kerr & Warriors GM for Split
"We're still talking about the fall out of the draymond green kevin durant situation the show. They did in which they both said. Hey it's bob myers and steve kerr's fault why. The dynasty broke up because of the way they handled our disagreement that we had in two thousand eighteen as time has gone on like you see this look draymond. Green is a smart guy. He knows the impact of his words. Is this dream on pulling james harden going you know what whatever conversation we've had the at the olympics when everybody's hanging out. Hey i want out golden state now. Because i want to get someplace else. 'cause you're blowtorch and your gm at your coach something. That was three years ago. I i've not heard tentatively that that was the purpose behind what he said and there remains the possibility that it was simply. I wanna clear my name. And i wanna do something. That's explosive on my first podcast as i prepare myself for my post my post playing career. i do. I will tell you that it did not sit well at all with the warriors and it shouldn't that from either. Yeah from either one of them and it it. It does undermine their authority and moving forward trying to trying to put this team together.
Bob Odenkirk Condition Stable After 'Heart Related Incident'
"We've learned more about the condition of the star of the TV series better call Saul the representative for Bob Odenkirk says it was a heart related incident that sent the star of better call Saul to the hospital the rep says the actor is now stable as he continues his recovery and a hospital in New Mexico Orin Kerr collapsed on the set of the breaking bad spin off that is shooting its sixth and final season for AMC crew members summoned help that the statement thanks those who came to his aid as well as the doctors and nurses treating holding Kirk and asks for privacy at this time I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
How to Leverage Digital Influencers
"I am happy to bring onto the show. We have david combing. Thank you for being on the western media podcast. Today they are matt. How are you doing doing well. So for our audience. David kerr mcgee is an entertainment business consultant. He's done work. All across the united states west coast east coast all the coast. We only have two coasts right. Yeah houston wins. So that i so he. He's got both coasts Taken care of. And we're excited to talk today about leveraging we're about leveraging digital influencers as as part of a digital strategy So david as wasn't media believe in the power of storytelling. Could you tell us a little bit about your story. I like to start off by saying this. And it's true. I one hundred two in a boy band Twenty years ago backstreet boys than anything per red hot. And i remember originally. I wanted to make fun of them. But the more i rehearsed with like for my friends got into it and then when we perform live and then or like middle school and teeing teenage in highschool friends like screaming. I was just like. I know what i'm gonna do for the rest of my life but the funny thing about it was I was kind of taught like essentially to run a small business then like i was just learning white one how the industry works to how the gel in a group three how to lead My other fourteenth very talented in other aspect. But for some reason i just naturally drawn to the business dog like try to find a gig making sure all to working together as a team trying to find a weak spot and then when i went to college i realized business was Kind of intuitive for me. And then after graduating i Well my senior year. I was a had internships one in marketing and then to in entertainment The go through dream from two thousand one back in the day They were very gracious enough to give me an opportunity when they were doing five. Cost really quick shots. Diana actually melissa. You guys are awesome and then since then i Graduate high economic crisis. My time fit. And so i started working my way up in a healthcare consulting but i was able to reconnect through entertainment. Thanks to my cousin. Klom
"kerr" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"You're listening to ted talks daily. I'm elise judges have so much power in democracies they're part of a system we're supposed to trust but in today's talked from u. Uw a in two thousand twenty australian lawyer and magistrate jessica kerr unpacked the way..
"kerr" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast
"Oh my gosh. How do we pull all this together and you being bet vinet that catches them on all these different levels. So it's really wonderful. Well and kudos to you because honestly i can't imagine a better sort of background being in mental health. Because i say that. Kudos to you. Because i don't think people realize how important that pieces in our business you really have to be in large part. You're you're not just helping people find homes but you're also helping them. Psychologically mentally emotionally to adjust to a new lifestyle. The process not to mention the process of buying a home can be just garrone laying ruling and that's where being sort of guide and slightly. Maybe a therapist in some fashion can really be helpful. And sometimes it's it's difficult circumstances. You know i mean. I just got a referral or not even referrals. Somebody that i had spoken two years ago and he just called me and he said you know i just got divorced and i have two children up thirteen and sixteen and i need to find a home. That's within reasonable distance of my now ex wife but i wanna start something new. I just need that change. you know. He's the came up booth for example like being near the beach. And and so i said look. That's what i do is help you. Make that transition as easy and seamless as possible. You just do that. Empathy thing again like i barely know how old i am. And you know all of your clients. Children's ages by heart and is just killing me and amy being a little bit self effacing. She is a new agent this year. But amy how many deals have you done so far this year. Couple a couple. I've done. I've done a handful. I have been really lucky. I think she's done like eight with just with us. Just a my listeners are you. That's amazing limits. That is amazing. Well that speaks volumes. Once again as i said it's not an easy business. It's not something that you're doing. You're sitting at a desk nine to five and then you go home. You have to be incredibly proactive and clearly shows that you've been you've done just that she's got a good community. She's got a good support system. She's got a good work ethic isolated herself a.
"kerr" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast
"I dare you. And that's attitude starts to go and we have to think about science houses in terms of like just say no. Just say no. Just keep just keep looking a little further. So i can get you eventually. Maybe you'll say yes well. And it's interesting to just thinking about that front door key thing like the quick perceptions that people make of worked with some clients basically trying to convince them that every house we see is not falling down or incomplete disrepair behind the shiny veneer. That sort of what they bring is this general suspicion that everything is wrong and i think it could start from a creaky front door or a front door. That wouldn't open. That does definitely sets a tone. For what what you're gonna find we start. In real estate transaction we start from a place of mistrust and it is only during time enduring the transaction that we start to build trust alleviate mistrust. It's why spade and archer why we don't use fake plants for blow mattress because those are lives. Those are lies and your plant. No it's not. it's plastic. This is a bad no. It's not that's air and so we are constantly trying to remove those mistrust issues away from those categories because if you're starting off looking at the house and the first thing the seller is doing is lying to you and is not a great place to start off relationship with them some of your trying to negotiate with and make it through a thirty or sixty day closing period where you have to trust each other. A lot of people get really pissed off at us that we don't use fake plants and they just think that we're being snobs which is true. I'm totally snob. But it's because of the mistrust issue. Yeah.
"kerr" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Get the Kerr Cuman and the rest Vera trawl too so it's easy you call it your daily short cut to better help explain this idea of a a healthy short cut and explain some of the top benefits as well well I mean you could for example drink three cups of good concentrated green tea each day eat at least one really rich curry made with a lot of tumeric root and drink a couple of glasses of red wine you could do that every day most people will not do that every day but they still might want the benefits of three of the biggest superstar protective health enhancing nutrients on the entire planet so when I call this a daily short cut I'm simply saying that you can get in the capsule in a good liquid soft gelatin capsule what you'd otherwise have to get by drinking a few cups of tea eating at least one large you know tumeric laden curry every day and drinking a couple glasses of concentrated red wine we're talking with Chris Kilham the medicine hunter now in this new green tea C. R. formula for purity it's really about the research share with us some of your favorite studies in the headlines on the procurement that we didn't get to yeah I know this is one of your favorite ingredients for joint comfort and even for brain health well I especially like the liver protective heart protective and joint modifying properties of this stuff the liver is our greatest detoxifying organ and we know that we're constantly bombarded by toxins in the environment in fact blood studies show that newborn babies contained two hundred industrial pollutants in their blood at the time of birth so we need a functioning super healthy very strong liver we might not think about our livers that much but we need that and we know that curcumin protects the liver it detoxifies the liver it keeps it strong from a cardiac standpoint it's highly beneficial for the heart it's very good for maintaining healthy cholesterol in healthy platelet levels and from a joint standpoint we have innumerable studies showing overall improvement in joint health and relief and stable inflammatory activity better joint mobility as a result of taking curcumin I like the brain protective studies as well you know I think everybody wants a sharper clearer mind and curcumin delivers all this so I regard it as one of the single most important things that you can put in your body and I'm very well aware of past that most people are not going to eat enough rock tumeric root to get the benefits that they should and that they can get from a concentrated curcumin extracts I want to remind people to then call now to get started with a free bottle.
"kerr" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Will soon be a kidney Kerr as part of the national kidney foundation of Hawaii's biggest fund raising efforts throughout the year it's not a special thing they do this three hundred sixty five days a year asking you to make your car a kidney Kerr to help the national kidney foundation of white yeah and also right now with the nest necessary precautions it say it kinda is even even easier they're they're doing everything for you all right I simply you know talk to them about this fill out the thing online and they have told me that the process I have to follow and basically it's just a quick mail in saying they will come get your car you don't have to mess around at all it's become even easier C. I drop mine off I'd go down the interstate building where their offices and drop it off which was easy in and of itself but if they're gonna come get it well I mean if you're looking at your this vehicle that you don't drive or you don't drive you know hardly at all and you know you won't drive it even when we get back to normal why you hold onto it you know what I mean why not have a do some good and the national kidney foundation of Hawaii can help you help that vehicle do good it's a minimum five hundred dollar tax deduction and you'll get more than that if your car sells for more they'll let you know they send you the final receipt maybe about a month or two after they take your you they give you the intake for the car and then after that you just gotta wait for them to sell it when they sell they send you the final receipt it'll either be bad we didn't get that much four because it really was a piece of junk so but you got your minimum five hundred dollars but it's more than that you get more than that find out all the ins and outs five two R. as as five five five nine three fifteen fifteen there's too many numbers in this world but I can get you to remember this one five nine three fifteen fifteen or remember these letters kidney H. I. dot org kidney H. I. dot org all the details are up there on how.
"kerr" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Need a cute Kerr at their affiliated hospitals recover enough to be able to leave places like mass general the breakdown but still be so sick they wouldn't be able to go home wouldn't be able to go to a skilled nursing facility so we created this specialized capacity to accommodate that kind of stations nurses and staff to receive specialized training in infection control and the use of personalized protective equipment Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio in China a health official is warning the United States and Europe that we are not taking an important precaution to slow the spread of covert nineteen ABC's Stephen also saw me with the story the head of the Chinese center for disease control tell science magazine that the big mistake in the U. S. and Europe is that people aren't wearing masks many people have a symptomatic or pre symptomatic infections if they are wearing face masks that can prevent droplets that carry the virus from escaping and infecting others they believe that even masks made of simple fabrics are helpful and ABC's chief medical correspondent Jennifer Ashton gives us more details on how masks might help there's a largely to purposes for wearing masks one is to keep respiratory viral pathogens out and the other one is to keep them in surgical masks are designed to be put on sick people to keep viral pathogens in rather than escaping into the environment and infecting other people namely other patients or healthcare workers the N. ninety five respirators remember that's designed to keep viral particles out and those are for health care workers there has been a shortage of masks and other medical supplies here in Massachusetts the world health organization continues to say people should not wear masks unless they are sick or caring for someone who is but we are getting murmurings that Dr Anthony Fauci may revise his guidelines on wearing masks today will be listening for that of course optimism over recent coronavirus figures in Italy have inspired officials to extend the nation's lockdown as the number of new infections has started to show a steady decline the Italian government has said it will be extending containment measures until Easter Sunday because now is not the time to let one's guard Italians are rendering their fourth week in lockdown with people allowed only to leave their homes for essential needs like food and medicine all nonessential businesses remain closed Sabina Castelfranco CBS news room morning in Spain coronavirus dance said jumped to a one day record number eight hundred forty nine of the past twenty four hours the country's medical system strains a care boards tens of thousands of infected patients hospitals in Spain in at least half of its seventy regions or at or very near there I see you bet limits more than thirteen thousand medical workers among the countries reported ninety four thousand plus infection ABC's Tom rivers more than eight hundred thousand cases globally right now of clothing nineteen it's eleven twenty two we'll check traffic and weather together right after this for.
"kerr" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"A much call now is that Kerr was been saying a loss yeah as well to support greatly affected like every other aspect of life by K. V. nineteen the corona virus at lots of football stadium for example stadium being closed down for example especially in Italy and pays that playing in front of empty stadiums is also the Chinese Grand Prix that's being possessed by an dem big tennis tournaments in the state's canceled so that is gonna have a knock on effect on the business side of the sports industry to find out more about that we called a professor Chris Brady who is at the center for sport business at the university of Salford which will happen in the English football is the premise that you will be relatively untouched financially there will be some games that there might be some guy's first time that the games played behind closed doors that Zach will to a certain extent not affect primarily clubs as much as it might be that seem to simply because the revenue from get money from that state technology is relatively small in comparison to the revenue of the devil revenue of each cop in the premier league so it's less than twenty percent now used to be as much as at the close to a hospice that down up to twenty percent because the revenue from bill costing them from commercial as I were taken it so heavily if you move down the lakes as you move down each day then the match day attendance becomes much more significant because it becomes a much greater percentage of the revenue that the cubs I haven't had inside you can see that clubs could be in serious financial trouble in the in the lower leagues in football and similarly because globally in the snow outside well without a similar revenues from bill costing who rely heavily on match days revenues are usually going to be damaged considerably right now that pep Guardiola the manager man city is said he is not in favor of playing games behind closed doors you know my super fat the premier league to be transparent but I from what you're saying is there seems to be very little chance that something the size of the premier league could get Spain because of this I think it I think it's unlikely hello sorry the premier league itself started when the games this part and they want the games they won the games played to retain the integrity of the competition yeah because all of a sudden you start and end up with five times in a week in a row this stuff now if we go back unfortunately I'm old enough to remember going back a year I was a young pirate nineteen nineteen sixty three and the big Freedia ninety six sixty three games are canceled for about thirteen weeks three people are believed that but it's true and then so at the end of the season at the two of the guys tried every diet and fat to every level that was in in those days that that primitive will now oversee pregnancy can continue plying during this period and if they have that option I think the primary goal target respectivas seven what pet things you must have been exhausting playing a game we were we were we were literally tried sometimes replying to you guys today how did you say by the way would you to even how did you find our hours are the hours and hours every young males times are you saying that has happened United and so when we do we would play back to back games and sometimes we try to you guys are only an hourlong maybe doing so sick at the games in but at the top of the top level they would find maybe two or three times a week and then if they were having a lot of copper I would find even more games since it's their imaginative solutions now it's not one of the things I think about with football is what you're right twenty twenty the big nations championship coming into Europe where is that again that is all over Europe and soon I've yet so it's a B. as well as out of place I mean it's the opposite actually typically hello president of us he said the idea was to have it deducted around Europe but we've got to we've got both the semifinals and the final at Wembley and so are we looking that that the minute you know I I'm guessing that it starts at the edge of competition starts on twelfth of June sorry we made that money will be there we threw that **** that said Chris Brady and I'm trying to work out the premier league in nineteen sixty three the two games a day they could have I contracted out who gives a read in about three weeks could nine hundred every great to get him to do this quite something and box on main store how do you make people wash their hands to stop the spread of the court of ours because this one will stop in it how about through guns thus the idea all Vietnamese choreographer long term who's been making always bit of video music video which creates a little dollars out of the correct way to wash one's hands the music video made with the help of the government of suse become a craze of cryptic talk which if you don't know that this is the video sharing platform done told us how the idea came about his call hand washing.
"kerr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Well Kerr and what needs to happen for stuff to play against the Toronto raptors Thursday night on national TV at chase center what still needs to be decided just a conversational search for Rick telling me that the staff could do so I will get together tomorrow with staff you know he's he's getting more work and today and tomorrow you know we'll all get together and determine what the next step okay looking forward to a man that hopefully it'll happen soon and give people a little juice either we're going to record the in the game you see him talking to a carrot I did not but he said we should cut it is he did have a he's playing really well yeah he hopes one over this is mourning the Slater found some incredible stats he he's doing things now that he never did in Minnesota took last night Kerr was saying like I know what you just can't get past like this slip and Douglas yeah yeah he can play but he said take care of the move get this later in the show he said he was well we're just building towards next year in the looks great because because next year's gonna be a big year for us as a whole whole whole already shooting out there across the Western Conference battle next year's gonna be a big year for us and we're going to get that war your swag a certain feel at lake of got to him I want my guys to feel good I feel confident once you put this journalistic when you put the stairs you don't you have swag yeah eleven trophy in about twelve months stand by and then done yeah well listen we break right now because on the other side a good long run of content cooler of content including where that Tom Brady rumors started yesterday and then it seems like every day there's some heads of the Astros sometimes it more the Astros lavar ball screw pumps and then a story that'll get given they'll give you the goose bumps the positive response coming your way I'll take spice folly sure sure ends date a buddy Joe has the roads on Wednesday March for having sponsored by ExtraHop networks ExtraHop is a cyber security company that modern enterprise businesses rely on us for the cloud and your hops are detection and response is ninety five percent faster than the product and check out customer stories at ExtraHop dot com check on the roads well the Chilton auto body traffic desk the name it's kind of busy north bound there's a fire burning adjacent to the freeway near Fifth Avenue and that caused traffic to slow in that slow down a purely as caused the crash right third fifth involving a motorcycle the left lane is blocked northbound traffic is backed up to ninety eighth Avenue already you might want to hop on a westbound five eighty instead through their westbound floors we update the drive over the will of past flowing from leverage to willow pass road into once on south bend to forty two that's active from Concord Avenue on the south bound sixty two north main in Wallingford west bound to all five in five eighty the usual jam up out of Tracy from west of knack Lee up past realign for backed up into the maze metering lights are on at the west found a bridge traffic was sponsored by redwood credit union love your rod and your loan during redwood credit union's auto loan rates sale take advantage of discounted rates but act fast visit redwood see you dot org offer ends March thirty first redwood credit union for all that you love you're listening to a Murph and mac Venable now on your Google home smart speaker the city's KNBR one oh four five and.
"kerr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"So incredibly talented even without Kerr call I mean they've got a ridiculous sign up still and if so then you know again there there's different kinds of athletes are athletes who just absolutely love it give it to me is this going to drive me and make me better there's other athletes should you know crawl into a shell and a they can't handle it I got a bill I can believe that the they are more of the all right keep going to do is is to motivate us keep yelling at us keep screaming asking tell us we suck keep calling us a cheater keep banging the key in the garbage cans you know keep with the cat called I don't play and the leader of the home run after guiding the steel that I it does this what I think I could be wrong anyway it keeps being brought up because I think it keeps being handled poorly rob Manfred over the weekend in an interview with Kerr Ravitch of ESPN and tried to explain his stance and it really didn't hit in a lot of people are criticizing it I honestly I I don't know if there's anything they could say to satisfy I just don't know other than just completely fall on the sword in PR companies don't want you to do that even though that's really the best way the best way is to just say look I screwed up I was an idiot I should have done it I got caught up in it that that that that that that that you know very very sorry here's help whatever you know you're really sorry and then you just kind of let the judge jury and executioner take their way they keep ripping yeah you keep saying I'm sorry what more can I say I mean again in personal relationships you that all the time after a while you're like look I'm sorry I've said sorry about a million different ways I can say sorry anymore I apologize and you either take Mike my apology for what it is or you don't you move on you don't trust me and we go our separate ways if I'm the Astros that's that would've been attacked that would have taken look we cheated we did we screwed up but you thought you knew they were gonna take the title away from you you knew as a player to this point now they're not gonna do anything to discipline you so why not why not just say you know because the guys like Carlos qureia who keep coming out and saying look this player didn't and this player didn't and there was a tattoo and he didn't want to serve dot because of his wife he just put the team in the World Series any change does uniform to come out for the post game presser sorry something done that up he only watches murder mystery things and they in the and the accused do all the stupid things ago got I was an idiot he did this this and this was obvious well that's what they're doing and then when they say things to try you believe me he didn't do it okay we have no credibility and after that all right it is one o'clock yeah you were listen to pop in la no pop and today on K. B. R. K. B. R. M. seven Cisco the sports leader it's time for for play.
"kerr" Discussed on WTVN
"For the retirement for themselves but we need to create awareness that you can not invest for the future in the future that some good inside what is in you know I I think for the most part the folks listening to our show and the ones that Kerr office every day of the week I have done a good job of say they've already they've already accomplished that they've they've accomplished a tremendous fee and that saving at the top percent of Americans over five hundred thousand dollars is typically the person who calls in and so then you have to think yourself okay why is there still a procrastination that's happening although it's not a savings procrastination it's a what do I do they're scared in fact we just had a person who called in to become a client with us the they met with us a couple weeks ago initially in again in and just decided that they want to come on board but he said you know we want to move forward we like you guys we trust you but we're scared you know it's a good citizen with the love to see this one point eight million and work more nervous but we want to move forward and so I think that when you look at it from that perspective now you say okay we'll what is it that people are scared of what are they scared of either waiting to retire because they're nervous of what to do with their nest egg that they saved in there already in retirement and they're sitting in cash because they're so scared they don't know what the markets are going to see you have to come up with solutions for those people and out one grade to speak a little on our portfolio management because I think that that is more the people who are listening to us are worried about and I'm procrastinating on well a retirement portfolio is a transition and one of the biggest reasons that there needs to be a transition is a fact that that the way the the market behaves and how it behaves in the order in which behaves really has no impact on us when we're saving towards retirement but it's a game changer one three you retire that's called sequence of returns in another words the order in which they happened in those things we have no control over so it's imperative that we build a portfolio with that in mind since we can't control the future we can't control when returns happened or how they happen or when markets go down or how often they go down ran those things no adviser has control that well you know I was reading the article Greg I was telling you about from professor Jeremy Siegel at the Wharton school any made the comment that hindsight is twenty twenty on a sixty forty portfolio absolutely Hines strides hindsight's always twenty twenty you know I mean we've been playing around with a few little stocks here on our own in our kind of our fun account that we do and you know we got so excited about a couple stocks that we're doing really well that we even and let our emotions get the best of us on things that we you know not a lot of money but but it's enough to where you don't want to take too many chances and so when it comes to retirement portfolio though now it's where you have to use foundational principles that guide you in your direction so the first foundational principle is understanding what your income needs gonna be yeah that's better so once you understand that then you build a dependable income stream to fill any gaps that are there once the gaps are filled having that that sleep well at night money set aside in it can be a bank or a money market account or something like that but we like there to be six months to a year's worth of expenses that's there for upcoming needs wants Amarjit season when that money is there I can promise you it does help you sleep well at night knowing that you have a backup plan right yeah you know one of the things I was thinking about Greg walls reading that article I was just talking about he was the gist of the article was getting at to the point there he was seen in and taking care of a bold statement insane that dividends on stocks are going to be the new bond because he was talking about income replacement retirement essentially in you know the funny part of it is is yes it was a professor that wrote this article but the other contributor was an ETF fun and so of course they're going to be pushing ETFs now ETFs in our portfolios that Greg builds but you know when you're reading these articles my I'm going to get to a point here you have to remember who wrote the article right so everyone's got something that they're pushing right as a solution and if that's your only solution and that's what you're gonna push obviously right so if your mutual fund manager which is what I'm getting at here you're gonna push mutual fund right because that's that's all you if god right and if you're a E. T. F. manager then you're gonna talk about ETFs being the solution sure I knew the salesman you're gonna talk about a new these as being the solution which I am insurance license but as the end consumer you listening I think what you need to remember is that these are all great sources for education for getting the information to empower you to make the right decision on what you need for your specific goals and take all that information and combined it and find the right adviser that fits your needs absolutely and how do you measure how many house leave Intel is my portfolio doing well where is my portfolio perhaps a little sluggish what's were you you do what we call an X. ray and we look at okay what's the average return then and how much risk are we taking in comparison to the return are we getting seven percent return but taking twelve percent real yeah that efficiency so then we find out how overall your fishing or what the drag is or the draw down on your portfolio that tells us whether or not you're efficient and then we show you some options if if you're not as efficient as you could be we want to show you in a light you on how you can be a little more efficient with what you're trying to do in your portfolio if you would like to find out if you're on track or if there are some inefficiencies in there a portfolio X. ray is a great way to get a grasp on that if you're near or in retirement and you save for the future call before the end of today show and set up a time to come in for a first appointment so that Greg and Kristin can get all the details and do this portfolio X. ray a thorough risk returning fee.
"kerr" Discussed on WSB-AM
"This is Kerr she is an expensive piece of land where she settles of daily and she keeps in shape on a John Deere three tractor with attachments that hook up with these getting the job done is never a hassle whether she's putting up fence post greater or Serena cleaning up storm damage Karen runs with us because this is more than just its whole nothing runs like a Deere get a three D. tractor for just one hundred thirty nine dollars per month the John Deere dealer today for additional cost information please call toll free eight five five six three three two three one six find okay call rhino shield is six seven eight two oh five forty five hundred or see them on the web at rhino shield GA dot com a guy twenty delays for seven AM first years where he would have to just think about the corona virus outbreak has its deadliest days so far China is reporting one hundred eight new deaths in the past day the total now and one thousand sixteen with over forty three thousand confirm corona virus cases globally now ABC's Alex stone says it's the first time the death toll is jump by more than one hundred in a single day thirteenth Americans been infected a person on one or two flights that ride last week from rule on China's been diagnosed the virus that patient said to be in good condition and isolation the first group of accu ease that arrive from the hot zone or expected leave quarantine today let us Chinese community is feeling the effects of the outbreak despite no confirmed cases here in Georgia Asian markets and restaurants a nervous customers are staying away and some of vents and language classes are either being canceled or moved online for now the head of the G. B. I tell state lawmakers he has a way to stay on top of testing rape kits despite budget cuts in the elimination of nine forensic scientists in the state crime lab in the governor's proposed budget G. B. I. director Vic Reynolds told lawmakers he has another white stay on top of the process of testing rape kit the ultimate goal would be where the lab are laid out the GB eyes doing the DNA on sexual assault kits they're doing it murder cases but other non violent crime we can outsource the private labs today he says the lab has a three month back log right now concerned house members indicated they will continue to push towards restoring those positions center parish ninety five point five double U. S. B. China denies any involvement in the cyber attack on Atlanta based Equifax after the FBI charges for members of the Chinese military in the crime that hackers got names and birthdates and social security numbers of nearly a hundred and fifty million Americans and driver's licenses of about ten million Julia Julie Walker reports the suspects and I'm not likely to ever be tried here in the U. S. WSU's type six fifty six for.
"kerr" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We Kerr how you doing very good marks very good I'm trying not to what I get what let my blood pressure go up listed to the stuff you know idea I never thought I would be living in and in an attempted coup to turn the country into a third world hell hole but I know some people think is going on people think this is great they think it's the Democrats planning your own funeral for twenty twenty I know it is but it's still it's it I isn't it rather disturbing but the the one of the major political party says just totally bottles the class and the ones for throw out the constitution to process the bill of rights everything is always great let him go nuts well I don't know I'd rather have a the you know like the old days when they would argue over stuff like the you know a lot of ad valorem tax our farm subsidies amend all go have a drink together play golf you know these these people these Democrats are insane it all I mean they've they've lost their mind to it as you know we talk about a million times but every time they say you know something if you have to assume it's exactly the opposite whatever they accuse the Republicans of doing they're doing whatever they say so so now the it's because he says he wants a fair trial in the Senate so you know the you know using your you don't break the great you go to your translator your pilots dictionary which he says a fair trial beat and unfair you know if he doesn't if he doesn't have any evidence and she didn't allegedly crimes so now she wants to go into the Senate and then just start digging around in all this a grand jury testimony but I thought we thought this all over a few what weeks ago that you can't you can't turn over grand jury testimony you know it's easy it's it's a crime which he wants the she beast people from Los this is what this is all about is these these Democrats operatives you know these are the same people who are were involved in the the attempted Russian cool you know what this is and they want to get into this counter intelligence operation in the but but Horwitz on covered the that I'm the best they're not even use in any kind of rules of evidence this is just beginning dirt so he has won all these lawyers like Goldman and park and all the rest of all the people that work there it in the house I just dig in through cracks what can first off on trump Hey they've the what they're fighting for with a really fine they want to be able to call a lot of witnesses but isn't that their admission that they didn't they didn't make the case they still need more witnesses they have got to catia right right exactly it end this is an annual now you have US troops were up there today you know he's arguing that they that that they have to have witnesses when he argued exactly the opposite twenty one years ago and in that case they had what we called for crimes for what he is he all right under I mean the what their work yeah no one has alleged that Donald Trump committed any crimes me they you know they will be the with the the second hand whistle blower was just to get at another Democrat operative with a goatee and you know a little white he he you know he alleged that there were these quid pro quos with the with the sap and threats but then the then the you know being a transcript comes out and does not have that in there and so that they bring in this guide them but who was born in the Soviet Union and they say you you will you speak Ukrainian and English is the transcript accurate he says yes are you back to be the end of a right there right there were several web sites you know and then I don't think they realize that there was nothing going on if you just don't get it most Americans assume there's always quid pro quo and that's the point of the foreign aid and they'd be horrified if we didn't get anything for our foreign aid right I mean it you know when whenever it a state or a municipality gets aid from the federal government there's always there's always strings attached you know I mean if you want some highway money you have to go along with what the feds want as the as the national speed let or you know or is it in the eighties we had Massachusetts state caucus the governor did want right turn on red so so the president said okay you does the state controlled whether there's right turn on red but guess what we control what do you get any federal money so what what kind of system would be if you if you know what if they have power over state over the states we're you know we're what you're wrong get out controlled by Americans why would you just give no strings attached money to to corrupt foreign governments what so they can turn around and give it to what Joe Biden's crackhead side is it me or does people to judge remind you a little of Dukakis you know I. T. you know I you know I don't give notice last fight that trump said that he either looks like how right at eighty so do you have because I I I was with Michael car with my daughter and I said you get that she's available like the so it was you have to be of a certain age what it you know he you know what now that you mention it he does have sort of at the caucus that demeanor yeah and but he has he he does have the out pretty no ma'am walk so I'm gonna be interested to see how that debate goes tonight because was with Warren is is straight she she seems to be at like a a rapid descent there at the polls are a lot but not on this this this pleased with that but I want to see what she tries to do yeah well I don't think they are you know what you put out that the plan that was obviously impossible the numbers were crazy that was the Bernie Sanders he's he he saw it if they have the same plan that has the same well backs is the trump of socialism he's honest he'll just say that's going to cost you a fortune I don't know how we make it work he's just honest she's not you know I say you know that you know one thing I really enjoyed the other day use spire and spent eighty one million did you see the fire and I am like I thought to myself this is Bernie Sanders should study this this is the creative destruction of capitalism right the guy makes a lot of money and then he just throws it all the way on the stupid campaign right only to you don't need to tax the billionaires just let him behave with but throw money away like spires still like you know I'd be bloopers got a lot more obviously but he's doing the same thing right yeah he's the he's he's the only it by the end of it all the way out a quarter of a billion or half a billion dollars two guys who can't talk so they have to buy their way in but you can't you can't draw the PP well it's in their stupid ads Hey I will have a lot like less than a minute I could ask you the world expert on Irish gangsters did you see the Irishman I haven't seen it yet I would I would be off the next week or so what did you think of that well I have over this great mob scenes the other half is you don't want to see if it's boring family the daughter those who cares I just want to see the gang scenes yeah I know but it about Robert deniro he be started out playing on it playing Italian gangsters believed that he played an Irish gangster the you know that your work the player a Jewish gangster lefty Rosenthal now he's back to play in an Irish gangster get which no one art whether their Irish Italian or Jewish they all talk the same way all right amazing playing you know what a range he's got so well how we how we Kerr of everybody's gonna how the car show dot com have you looking for some.
"kerr" Discussed on KCRW
"Steel on the Kerr about the discussion of monuments in the state to remember tell our repeatedly attacked by vandals the ongoing fight to memorialize tells story this afternoon on All Things Considered from NPR news get today's national update on all things considered at three PM right here on KCRW.
"kerr" Discussed on KOMO
"News center cut to Kerr taper heat of course as you just heard held earlier today for the U. S. women's soccer team to help celebrate their World Cup victory as calm as Brian Kelberg tells us the most outspoken member of the team was there then after making the rounds on TV last night she's gone from Seattle soccer star to a speaker for equal rights on the world stage and Megan Rapinoe was repeating her pledge to not visit the White House if invited us an opportunity first ministration to sort of put us on display as their you know sort of guest for the day and I don't think that that makes sense for for us at all last night Anderson Cooper as repeat if she had a message for the president I think that I would say that your message is excluding people year excluding me you're excluding people that look like me the president has not tweeted about repeat no since her original comments came out about not wanting to go to the White House he scolded her online and told her to win first she's done that and now says we need to have a reckoning with the message that you have a what you're saying about make America great again I think that your harking back to an era that was not great for everyone Brian Calvert komo news king county has a law meant to protect jail inmate records from being shared with immigration officials unless they have a wart Kamose Carly Johnson reports the ordinance passed February of last year but nothing apparently is changed councilman Dave up the Grove said it was aimed at sending a message to our immigrant community members since south king county our diversity is our strength and we're very fortunate to live in a region and a nation that holds the promise the promise of freedom and opportunity for everyone but after that measure passed immigration and customs enforcement officers were still able to get into the online jail database they did it more than a thousand times since then according to a report from the county auditor detailed in the Seattle times without a judicial warrant but we're supposed to be getting into that database any longer but apparently after the council passed the ordinance no one de activated the ice accounts it has since been done and I spokeswoman says cooperation by local agencies is an indispensable part of promoting public safety and they're very critical of the sanctuary policy Carling Johnson come on news former delta airlines executive Stephen Dixon is on track to become the new FAA administrator over objections from our state's democratic senator Maria Cantwell can well says Dixon retaliated against a delta pilot from Washington state of voice some safety concerns and I don't mean a general retaliation I mean an absurd retaliation she was sent to a psychiatrist who then claimed just because she juggled marriage children and being a pilot but somehow she must be manic Cantwell's commerce science and transportation committee voting fourteen to twelve to approve Dixon that appointment is now subject to full U. S. senator operable still to come I'm corps would take another fourth of July is in the books and now here comes the latest talk about a fireworks band.
"kerr" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Don't want to Kerr a little bit and then it gets longer and they get older so it's you is the traditional playing they get a goodie bag and the overall winners but I will room when an individual pulled back to our regular family clinic center so if writing right pretty much yeah but that it really I mean really is cool and I love the name of it the fastest kid in town it's just it's really fun so you can register the day out for that one up by the stage there's the the the and the parks tent right there by this stage from five yes inside thirty okay and then it's free totally free okay all right excellent and I know you've got some fantastic music that will be playing starting at seven yes seven to ten PM the blue river band will be playing as a free concert and if you haven't heard them they're wonderful so they'll play and still a little bit fortune and then at ten o'clock we'll do the presentation of the colors by one of our local boy scout troop and the nationally the will be saying and then the fireworks walk at ten PM you know where is the best place to be I you know for those that are maybe are on the south side or or coming from an area they don't they don't know where where all of this will take place this is right in the heart of Franklin right downtown isn't it yes right downtown the fireworks will actually be let off from our dog park which is just south of the courthouse and you can see from anywhere in Franklin really they're just it's a great central location and you can pretty much see from anywhere in Franklin okay of the Franklin firecracker festival gets under way July third big schedule Invensys start taking place right around five thirty with the community band and then and it goes from there and it really is said to be one of the best really local family fun ways to celebrate independence day in downtown Franklin and is there anything you know what is the highlight for you I organized there is watching everybody enjoy the evening and the all the families come together and I do love watching the Fastskin down right of course and then I'll set up the presentation of the colors by our local use and it's just a family friendly event yeah and in the smaller towns you know it really in Franklin's of good size town many city right I mean it's a really is a small city small town feel yeah that's what it is and there's no need there to the patriotism in smaller towns is just phenomenal I hope you'll take your family income on out for this one even if you're not in the Franklin area but close by you really love the way they celebrate to the fourth of July again it's on July third so you can do other things on the fourth or whatever you may have planted already this one takes place the day before but did you ride in the spirit of everything Holly I'm gonna for great food and everything but if you don't want to mess with the crowd yeah you can clear from we have blue hair and park over on thirty one even like the Franklin middle school I'm thirty one armed and pregnant college on the outskirts of town the way each side you can be great from there too if you don't want to come to the heart of downtown there are plenty other places around town that you can see from okay all right good deal if you'd like more information where can people go I know you're on social media and do have a website dot org okay just think everything will be right there Holly Johnson the organizer for the Franklin firecracker festival we'll see everybody out there on July third with our friends at Marshall mechanical Holly thank you thank you very much still to come here on the first day in fact in the next hour I'm gonna tell you.
"kerr" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Are at this week's conversation is with NBA head coach Steve Kerr, and he's a coach of the Golden State Warriors. And if you're familiar with possible, you know, that they had been on an absolute tear for the last handful of years. It's been an amazing building of team chemistry and performance that Steve has been part of at the helm of. And it's just flat out ridiculous. What they've done. And so this conversation is working on pack and decode how how has he done that who has he become and who is he working on becoming and what is the path that led him to both of those places in more. Specifically he this is his fifth year as head coach with the team. And during that time he's helped the team towards three NBA championships for straight NBA final appearances the NBA single season win record seventy three wins in NBA coach of the year award in twenty fifteen twenty sixteen in four of the five. Winningest seasons in franchise history loaded so Steve who won five NBA championships during a fifteen year playing career now has eight championships. Either the player in a coach and is the first to win three NBA titles as a player and three as a coach so outcome. Yes. He's got. But this conversation is not about the outcome. It's about the process. It's about the way he thinks in organizes his life in for those of you unfamiliar with the Seattle Seahawks, which is an NFL team the head coach at that organization is p Carol he's also a partner in a business that we fired up together compete to create and his whole philosophy inside of that organization is to always compete compete to become the best version of yourself compete to be a best dad, the best son, the best friend the best coach the best player, whatever the role is at hand. And Steve has made a point to. To revolve, the warriors culture around joy and in this conversation. We discuss how Steve went on about building the warriors culture, and what he is most hungry for his biggest challenges at the moment. And then finding a way to keep the warriors driven and hungry and playing with joy after they've already experienced so much previous success and so winning after winning success after success is a whole different type of challenge. And Steve has a brilliant mind, A Beautiful Mind, and the way he expresses that genius inside a basketball is rare in its unique. And I think you're gonna love his insights, not just for basketball though, but life as a whole and with that, let's jump right into this conversation with coach Steve Kerr. Steve, how are you? I'm good. How are you Mike? Thanks for taking the time. I've been looking forward to having this conversation with you for a while. Pleasure. So the first time we met it was number years ago up at the Seahawks. And it was really exciting to see how you were getting your head around your philosophy in what it is that you wanted to do as a as a beginning. Coach has a beginning phase of your life of coaching. And I just say, wow, congratulations. What you've done and how you've done it like remarkable. Well, thank you, dad. Never could've Agean that our team would have this kind of success. I knew was taking a really good job. We had a lot of talent. But to think that it would all come together like this. I never never could see that coming. But it was it really was a great time for me that that summer. Trying to figure out you know, how I wanted to coach and. My visit to Seattle seeing using Pete watching the Seahawks practice for a few days. Just seeing their culture senior environment was a huge influence on me. And and it continues to be so, you know, Pete Pete remains a good friend, and we talk quite a bit. And I love the way he goes about his business. And that was a big experience for me in terms of helping me become the coach I am. Now, you know, one of the things that struck me about that brief intense time that we had was how. Great of student. You are. And now I'm saying that in you've won. I think today eight championships, and you won a handful five of them as a player, and then like to watch you learn I was like okay here we go..
"kerr" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Are at this week's conversation is with NBA head coach Steve Kerr, and he's a coach of the Golden State Warriors. And if you're familiar with possible, you know, that they had been on an absolute tear for the last handful of years. It's been an amazing building of team chemistry and performance that Steve has been part of at the helm of. And it's just flat out ridiculous. What they've done. And so this conversation is working on pack and decode how how has he done that who has he become and who is he working on becoming and what is the path that led him to both of those places in more. Specifically he this is his fifth year as head coach with the team. And during that time he's helped the team towards three NBA championships for straight NBA final appearances the NBA single season win record seventy three wins in NBA coach of the year award in twenty fifteen twenty sixteen in four of the five. Winningest seasons in franchise history loaded so Steve who won five NBA championships during a fifteen year playing career now has eight championships. Either the player in a coach and is the first to win three NBA titles as a player and three as a coach so outcome. Yes. He's got it. But this conversation is not about the outcome. It's about the process. It's about the way he thinks in organizes his life in for those of you unfamiliar with the Seattle Seahawks, which is an NFL team the head coach at that organization is p Carol he's also a partner in a business that we fired up together compete to create and his whole philosophy inside of that organization is to always compete compete to become the best version of yourself compete to be best dad, the best son, the best friend the best coach the best player, whatever the role is at hand. And Steve has made a point to. Revolve, the warriors culture around joy and in this conversation. We discuss how Steve went on about building the warriors culture, and what he is most hungry for his biggest challenges at the moment. And then finding a way to keep the warriors driven and hungry and playing with joy after they've already experienced so much previous success and so winning after winning success after success is a whole different type of challenge. And Steve has a brilliant mind, A Beautiful Mind, and the way he expresses that genius inside a basketball is rare in its unique. And I think you're gonna love his insights, not just for basketball though, but life as a whole and with that, let's jump right into this conversation with coach Steve Kerr. Steve, how are you? I'm good. How are you Mike? Thanks for taking the time. I've been looking forward to having this conversation with you for a while. I pleasure. So the first time we met it was number years ago up at the Seahawks. And it was really exciting to see how you were getting your head around your philosophy in what it is that you wanted to do as a as a beginning. Coach has a beginning phase of your life of coaching and say, wow, congratulations. What you've done and how you've done it like remarkable. Well, thank you. I never could've Agean that our team would have this kind of success. I knew was taking a really good job knew we had a lot of talent. But to think that it would all come together like this. I never never could see that coming. But it was it really was a great time for me that that summer. Trying to figure out you know, how I wanted to coach and my visit to Seattle seeing using Pete's watching the Seahawks practice for a few days. Just seeing their culture senior environment was a huge influence on me. And and it continues to be so, you know, Pete Pete remains a good friend, and we talk quite a bit. And I love the way he goes about his business. And you know, that was a big experience for me in terms of, you know, helping me become the coach I am now, you know, one of the things that struck me about that brief intense time that we had was how. Great of a student. You are. And you know, I'm saying that in you've won. I think today eight championships, and you won a handful five of them as a player, and then like to watch you learn I was like okay here we go..