15 Burst results for "Kurt Franklin"

"kurt franklin" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

02:18 min | Last month

"kurt franklin" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"Before we jump into the content of this episode, I kind of feel it's important that I introduce myself. Now, many of you have been around a long time, you're well familiar with my voice and with leading saints as an organization, but if you're not, well, my name is Kurt frankel and I am the executive director of leading saints and the podcast host. Now leading saints is a nonprofit organization dedicated helping Latter day Saints be better prepared to lead. And we do that through will content creation like this podcast and many other resources at leading saints dot org and we don't act like we have all the answers or know exactly what a leader should do or not do, but we like to explore the concepts of leadership, the science of leadership, what people are researching about leadership at COE can apply them to a latter day saint world. So here we go. Hey everyone, this is Kurt Franklin from leading saints and let me tell you. We're going to try something a little bit different this week and let me give you some background to understand that. You see recently we had a phenomenal leading saints women's retreat that was a huge success. Everybody who attended loved it, Deanna Murphy, who is a podcast favorite, was one of the speakers at the retreat, and everyone was so energized by her presentation there that they wanted to know what's the next step. Deanna, what more could we do? So she suggested that we put on what she typically does with corporate leaders across the world, but we do one focused on the leading saints audience. This is a high intensive online experience, but almost like a retreat experience over several weeks. I think about 7 weeks for two hours, Deanna Murphy's guiding individuals through a intensive self leadership

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"kurt franklin" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

05:08 min | Last month

"kurt franklin" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"And the way we do that is through content creation, so we have this phenomenal podcast. We have a newsletter. We have virtual conferences, so much more. At articles on our website, I mean, I could go on and on, right? And we encourage you to jump in, check out leading saints, go to the search bar at leading saints dot org and type in some topics and see what pops up. We're just glad you're here to join us. Hey everyone, this is Kurt Franklin from leading saints and let me tell you. We're going to try something a little bit different this week and let me give you some background to understand that. You see recently we had a phenomenal leading saints women's retreat that was a huge success. Everybody who attended loved it, Deanna Murphy, who is a podcast favorite, was one of the speakers at the retreat, and everyone was so energized by her presentation there that they wanted to know what's the next step. Deanna, what more could we do so she suggested that we put on what she typically does with corporate leaders across the world, but we do one focused on the leading states audience. This is a high intensive online experience, but almost like a retreat experience over several weeks. I think about 7 weeks for two hours, Deanna Murphy's guiding individuals through a intensive self leadership experience. Again, this is the type of thing she does with corporate leaders across the world and she's going to make it very specific for the leading saints audience a really fun opportunity, especially because Deanna Murphy's been so popular on the leading saints podcast. So what you're about to hear is one of three episodes that are gonna drop this week. They're shorter episodes and she's just gonna start introducing some of the concepts that she's gonna be talking about in this self leadership extensive experience. There's a link in the show notes for you to go and see all the details. The link is leading saints dot org slash Murphy, trying to make it as simple as possible. Again, it's leading saints dot org slash Murphy,

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"kurt franklin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:07 min | 2 months ago

"kurt franklin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Great to have all of you with us. It's even greater to have Charles Hough with us, the head coach at Marshall, an impressive resume, spent a lot of time with James Franklin over the years at Vanderbilt and later at Penn State's work under PJ fleck and mister B state under Joe moorhead, best known recently being at Alabama under Nick Saban and friends of mine in Tuscaloosa. Have said constantly how much coach Sabin thinks of coach huff and was extremely supportive of him making the move to Marshall. You also may have heard that Marshall upset Notre-Dame the other day. I'm sure coach huff is ready to move on. He had to play after that and lost a heartbreaker. Coach, first of all, thank you for making time, good afternoon. Good afternoon, Paul. I appreciate you having me on. I know you guys got a lot going on, so I appreciate you taking the time. Well, we're delighted. And I know, I want to talk about trying to follow up one of the biggest upsets in Marshall history, Marshall has won national championships, has a great history of college football, but before we go to the Notre-Dame, I mean, the difficulty of that, the next week, I'm sure, test your nerves as a fairly recent head coach. How has it been since Notre-Dame? It's been great, right? For the university for the community for all the Marshall supporters, I mean, obviously the historical moment. And in our players deserve all the credit and all of the praise it comes with it. But as you know, as a football coach, the goal is to be able to move forward and recreate the things that you did to be successful. And it's hard with 18 to 22 year olds. I think you look all over college football and it's week week by week. But I think, you know, I think our kids tried, you know, I think our kids tried to come up with the right focus. I think our kids tried to come out with the right intensity. We just made mistakes in the game that we hadn't made all year. And you turned the ball over two times on the goal line, going into score. It's going to catch up to you. And then that thought the Bowling Green, they played a heck of a game. I honestly think it was probably the best thing that could have happened to us, you know, sometimes you learn more and often you do in victory. So we've had the highs of highs and we've also had the best lessons in the lows. And coach, I mean, you've been around, I mentioned in the introduction to really many, many, really great coaches, but especially Kurt Franklin and Nick Saban. As you matriculate through the system and you learn things and certainly we all are familiar with both. How does it work for an assistant when you're really around some of the best people in the industry? Yeah, I think obviously being a head coach is something I've wanted to do for a long time. I was always a person that was believed in being where your feet were. But I was always a person that watched. I watched everything. I watched the way coach handled situations. I watched the way he handled wins and losses. And I watched the way, he handled the players and the media and recruiting. And both coach Franklin and coach Saban and, you know, I get in the car with those guys recruiting and I'd be asking questions, you know, not about, hey, what is it going to take for me to be a head coach? But what do you do in this situation comes up? How do you handle this and why? And what it allows you to do is it allows you to build your own brand. A lot of people say, oh, well, you're just trying to be co saving. Now, I can't be coach saving. I could beat Charles Hough with influences from coach Saban influencer from coach Franklin influencers from Jan gailey influences from all the people that I've been able to be around. But I think what it does is it helps you mold the things that you're comfortable with. Players can see through the nonsense or if you're fakeness, the media can see through all you guys are really good. So you got to be yourself. And I think what you do is you use the situations and the learning experiences from those people to mold who you're ultimately going to be. There's always that moment. And I think you've already proven it was the right decision. But it isn't easy. People in your position have opportunities and you have to choose wisely and I'm sure when this opportunity came up, how did you approach it and what convinced you this was the time to go? You know, I wanted a place where I didn't have to come and be someone else. You know, some of the I was with coach Franklin when we went to Penn State and coach O'Brien that came before us, but there was still the cloud of coach paterno and all the great things he did. And I didn't want to get to a place where I was expected to come in and be someone else. I wanted to be at a place that had unbelievable history and tradition. An unbelievable brand for recruiting an unbelievable fan base so that when we did start to have success, we could build off of it. But I wanted to be at a place where I could be myself, you know, I could be the energetic recruiting scheming offense, bringing energy to the community. And this just happened to be the right place. You know, Marshall has had a long history tradition of success. There's NFL players as Hall of Famers. Marshall brand is strong. You think back over the years, Marshall was always been a successful team, 7, 8, 9 wins.

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"kurt franklin" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

07:37 min | 7 months ago

"kurt franklin" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"After in any legislation. Spinning your wheels going nowhere and you're supposed to make 6 figures as a salary. And when the pandemic hit, everybody lose their job, except you. And then y'all giving yourself raises. But Elon Musk is not supposed to make a lot of money and be wealthy and be successful. Give me a dog on a break. Only people that's mad at wish people have broke people. Only people that's mad at rich people are evil people. You're either evil or you broke, that's why you mad at people that got a lot of money. Now I will say that some people that got money that are Devils. But by and large, you have to do something to get that money. Outside of drug dealing. But if you have a legitimate job, you have to do something to get that money. Ladies and gentlemen, you're listening to the officer Tatum show, I'm your host, Brandon Tatum. Make sure you hold the phone. I'll be back after the break. Brandon Tatum, the left ain't seen nothing yet. Oh man, y'all gonna make me go to church. I want a revolution. Y'all, welcome back to the outside of the show. I'm your host Brandon Tatum. Oh man, I love Kurt Franklin's music. I don't know about Kurt Franken now his kid was caught him on the camera cussing him because his kid out and all kind of stuff. But stomp and some of his old music was really good. Anyway, I got two callers that I want to bring in. David from San Antonio, thanks for waiting, David. Welcome to the Oslo Tatum show. Yes, sir. Sum up in 30 seconds as a younger marine when I was promoted to Corporal I was told you could delegate authority but now responsibility. The problem is not the Democrats or Republicans but the American people eat the stand together are common ground to demand accountability from senator Rand Paul, demanded accountability for how 40 billion to do trades being spent used hammered by many defended by few. I have found that acting in haste leads to bad decisions and actions. That's one of the best quotes that I've heard of best statements that I've heard. David, I mean, you write on point, accountability is one of the measures in which people should be held to in order to be successful. If you can not hold yourself accountable or people do not hold you accountable, what do we have? We have no country. We have no morals. We have no leadership. We have no guidance. Without accountability and integrity, I believe that the world falls apart that you want to follow up with something else, David. No, no. I just wanted to say, not standing together to demand any kind of ability. That's why we're being divided into what they say when the cat scan, the mice will play, and we got those two legged ruts running amok all over the capital. God bless America and God bless everybody. Thank you, David. Thanks for the call. I really appreciate that. Ladies and gentlemen, the central theme of this is we got to stand together. We got to fight together. We are together. In my business meetings that I have for my company, all the people that work with me. I don't like to say people work for me. They work with me. At our Monday team meeting, I give them 5 pillars, and I'm not going to give you all the pillars today. They may cost you, now I'm just playing. I'll give you one of our pillars, though. And one of them, one of them. I guess the first one, I'll do two, because the first one is very important. The first one is how faith thank God. And the second one is having tegrity. You need to have integrity. You know, I don't know how many times I have to say this. I don't know how many times we have to observe this. You have to have integrity to move forward as a legitimate person in society. I got another caller I want to bring in. If you want to call in, call 844-900-7243. I'll say a slow because I used to hate when people say it too fast on the radio. I wasn't that quick. 844-900-7243 call in. I have a caller from detail Dallas Texas, Gloria, welcome to the office of Tatum show. Hello officer Caleb. You know, I'll just thinking. Who is committing all the crime around here and all over the United States? Are these little bad teenage boys? White black Spanish, all of them. Most of them need to be round up and throw right in the jail and stay there for a long time. That's what part of Dallas if you don't mind. Where do you live at that? These were the door and all of them grow where they knocking people in the head every day. Pleasant grove. You know, I grew up before. And I know it's rough out there in Dallas, but I think you have an incredible point. These young folks, if you look at any statistical data, most people that are committed murders to commit thefts and crimes are young people. And they need them. These kids are like they should. Did I say they broke in my house? Several times. They get caught. I call the police. I never heard anything else about it. But they came out and took sag a print and stuff like that. And one guy told me when the police terms that when they care to my all the time, but if you're let them out in a way, but I don't think they ought to be let out. 'cause all they doing is going around committing crime everywhere all over Dallas, doing everything you have won a name, they need to be told in not all of them. But some of these are little boys I'd be throwing in there and just throw away the key. 'cause they know good. Gloria, thank you so much for the call. And I agree with you a 1000%. Ow. We love Gloria Gloria, remind me of my auntie. They need to throw them in there. Someone needs to throw away the king. They thought they parents in there right after them. Because they out there cutting up. If you want to call in, call in at 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three don't be afraid to call in, even if you disagree with me, I almost would rather you call in if you disagree with me because I would love for us to get to a common ground in the conclusion because I feel very confident about the things that I say, I want to get another person in. Darren, welcome to the oscillator show. And great to hear you on the radio, I have a huge fan of Larry elder, love Carl Jackson, and I think you're doing an incredible job. I'm gay. I'm conservative. And I know we probably won't agree a 100% on that issue, but other than that, every word that comes out of your mouth, I agree, it's a 100% and I was telling your screener that it is really amazing to me that supposedly the party of inclusion and diversity and accepting are the most vile human beings when it comes to I had an easier time coming out gauge than I did coming out as a conservative Republican through the gay community. The leftist gave are some of the most vile, vicious human beings I've ever met in my life. And Brandon struck started the hashtag walk away, which was a huge help for the Republican Party, really. And there are many before Trump was elected, I think I had 15 conservative gaze on my Facebook page. I now have almost 1500. And I think that Trump has done a great service to the Republican Party because as you say, no more just laying down and take stuff. We've got to fight and fight as hard as we can. And God be with us, then it works out well for us in 2022.

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"kurt franklin" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

07:28 min | 8 months ago

"kurt franklin" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"Hey everyone, this is Kurt Franklin again. I feel like you hear my voice a lot on the intro. Now the secondary intro, then on the episode you're gonna hear my voice again. Maybe I need to find somebody with a really cool accent out there, shout out to my UK saints. If anybody's out there wants to do some reading so that we maybe mix up the voice here, or maybe you just love my voice. I mean, I know my wife does. I think. Anyways, hey, I'm excited for you to jump into this episode. I had the opportunity to interview Tyler lefever and Sam skidmore about some research that they've done at Utah state university. Tyler and Sam are both former Latter day Saints who have since left the church. They are both gay individuals and are, I don't know, the right way to say is pursuing that lifestyle, right? There's so much and am I saying this right, but nonetheless I'm trying and obviously they don't wear my heart is, but this is a fascinating discussion. You know, obviously, well, rarely do we have non Latter day Saints on the podcast. Obviously since we're very latter day saint focus, but even more rarely do we have two former Latter day Saints who've left the church on the podcast, but aside from the content that we talk about and the important topics we cover. I hope that this can be an example to you of how to have just an open honest real conversation with individuals who've maybe stepped away from the church, and I can really see that any leader in the world who has, for example, LGBTQ, former Latter day Saints, can still reach out and just say, hey, what do you want? How can I serve you? Do you want me in your life? Do you want me to just stay away? Do you want me to invite you to the 4th of July, right? So there's all these things approaches. I know it's easier to stay away and not engage in what could be a very awkward conversation, but hopefully this a conversation is an example there and it's not like at the end they commit to being rebaptized again or anything that obviously was not the goal, but I just had such a sweet conversation with these two and I'm so grateful for the research they're doing. I mean to see two individuals who've maybe can convince themselves of every reason to be angry at the church or not to help the church but to still be engaged in our faith community and helping us through research and the research that they've provided to help leaders better help LGBTQ Latter day Saints as they're coming out or going through that journey which usually ends up through the bishop's office or the elders quorum interview or whatever it is. I really appreciate this interview. I'll give you some more resources and links at the end to make sure that you can jump into this and understand the best you can as far as the research goes. So here is my interview with Tyler lefever and Sam, skidmore. Today I'm sitting down with Tyler lefever and Sam skidmore, Sam. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you. Tyler, welcome. Thanks very awesome. And we're in Centreville, where we're Tyler lives. But you both work and Sam, you live in Logan, right? Yes. And that's home of you test state university. Graduate student, Sam. Yeah, so third year PhD student. In Tyler's lab. Awesome. So are you going to teach her? What are you going to do with a PhD? That's a great question. Just have people call you doctor. That's the only reason I'm doing it. No, I think teaching is the root. I'll do some research and then maybe be a therapist. So see clients. So what are you getting your PhD in? It's clinical and counseling psychology. So it's a lot of research and then also the focus on seeing students just kind of helping out with mental health things. So you will be a psychologist at the end of this, is that Annie? And Tyler, you work there. You have a PhD. I have a PhD, I am a psychologist. Nice. Yeah. Did graduate school in Miami and wanted to be back by my people in my home. Nice. So born and raised in Utah. Yep. Yeah, born and raised. They'll actually lived in California and Colorado in the middle between being born and being raised. Okay. We all have our pilgrimage. And Sam, you have a little bit of an English accent because your roots are in the UK, right? Yeah. Born in the UK, but kind of grew up in Utah. So trying to balance both. Two tough accents. So you recently you both have been involved in a study at Utah state. And Tyler, why don't you sort of build a foundation here of what this was and what you're trying to accomplish. Yeah, so I've been doing research about LGBTQ+ Saturday since for a while. It's been 5 years maybe. And one of the things I've noticed in focused in on is that there's a lot that happens with church leaders and ways that make LGBTQ latter day science experiences much better or much worse. So this study, the idea was about how can we help church leaders minister must effectively tell LGBTQ+ Latter day Saints. And this project specifically, we really wanted to work within church leaders frameworks, not interested in challenging church teachings or church doctrines or even practices. I think that there's just a lot of room within the gospel and within ministry that church leaders could more effectively minister. So that was the first question that we had. And we kind of took that and we did a bunch of interviews. Sam maybe we can talk about that. Yeah. So we found 25 people who were interested. We found a lot more people who were interested in sharing their stories, but we chose 25 of them. Sat down for 30 minutes to an hour, and LGBT individuals. Yeah, LGBTQ people who are currently in the church are who were and then kind of taken a step away. Because we wanted to get different stories and yeah, we sat down with these people and basically said, tell us about your experiences with church leaders. When did you come out to them? What went well? What maybe did it and what advice do you have for people to make this a better experience moving forward? And were you looking for regularities in these stories or commented experiences? Very much. Yeah, we kind of had four or 5 sub questions we were asking. We were interested in why did people talk with their leaders? We were interested in what were they told? What was helpful and helpful? What were the impacts of the conversation? And then what were LGBTQ+ Latter day Saints reactions to talking to their leaders? So we kind of we asked versions of most of those questions, and then when we were looking through these interview transcripts, which were multiple pages long, we were kind of pulling out themes from what people said. And our goal was to kind of put aside our experiences and biases. Because both Sam and I are LGBTQ+ Saturday saints. But to see kind of what people said, what stories kept coming up, what themes kept coming up. Just and then kind of summarize that back for people. Yeah. And so I'm curious, I'm not as familiar with the research process in colleges. Now, what's the hope? What's the end goal of doing a research study like this? Is it to write a book or to, I mean, what do you do with it? You know, honestly, credits this podcast. I appreciate that time. Yeah, this project was really about helping people understand better practices. And maybe eventually we will write a book with a bunch of studies that we've done. But this was a project we really wanted to do to get understanding of how things were working, which maybe would inform other studies to think about what are the ways to change or improve. But then, I don't know, yeah, write a pamphlet had do podcasts got written an article in the tribune, but just kind of shared the information back with concerned people. Yeah. And I would imagine, I mean, you have a deep.

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"kurt franklin" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"kurt franklin" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"Everyone this is Kurt Franklin with leading saints and what you're about to hear in this episode is one of the sessions from the young saints virtual conference that we have coming up. This is, I think it begins February 22nd, so registration is open now. And I'm here with Dan, say hello Dan. Hello Dan. Nice Dan is a member of our board of directors. I couldn't resist. I'm sorry, Kurt. No, you're good. This is how I want. I want the real damn Duckworth here. You don't always get to see. This is good. So but I want to make sure everybody's clear before we jump into this presentation that we're going to make available on the leading saints podcast that you can go to leading saints dot org slash youth to register for free and there's 20 plus hours of presentations from various individuals across the world, English speaking that is that I give some phenomenal content, just like you were about to hear it. I'm pretending like we've already done this presentation, but I don't know what to expect here, Dan. So if you don't make the cut, we're not pushing this to the podcast. So we'll see how it goes. Hey man, I'm gonna jump in. It's worth the gamble. Let's see how this goes. All right. You know that every time we get on, I'm always comfortable with the fact that you might tell me that that was terrible and it's not going right. It's nice but we'll see if this is the first one, but I'm expecting good things. You always do great. So let's jump into it. Here I go. I'm gonna pretend like we didn't do this introduction and here we go. Hello and welcome back to another session of the young saints virtual conference today I have the opportunity to sit down through the powers of the Internet with a fellow board member leading saints and that's Dan Duckworth. How are you Dan? I am doing great. Unfortunately, I'm not sitting down I'm standing up. I hope that's okay. Standing up together. Standing desks are the new thing. It's very modern approach to this presentation. Very cool. And a lot of people don't realize, you know, they hear my voice or see my face a lot, but there's a lot of people working behind the scenes like yourself and the many other members of our board of directors who are propelling us forward in this mission and that's how we're able to do these cool conferences and create this awesome content. So this is important that people are familiar with you Dan. And you're voice has been consistent on.

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"kurt franklin" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

02:43 min | 10 months ago

"kurt franklin" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"Hey everyone, this is Kurt Franklin with leading saints and we're just a few days out from the young saints virtual conference and we're working hard here at home base of leading saints. I've actually got my two kids here in my home office, one stress like Spider-Man, the other is playing with a bucket of Legos, but hey, we gotta get stuff done, you know? What we want to get done today is I want to share with you another clip from the upcoming young saints virtual conference. You see there's so many dynamic presenters and speakers that we're going to learn from during this conference and I know because I've recorded most of them and they're going to love it. But there's also four professors at Brigham young university who then some remarkable research as it relates to latter day saint youth. And so there's these four presentations. I wanted to publish them or some of them on the leading saints podcast feed, but after reviewing them, there's just so much data and visual graphs and whatnot that it was just didn't translate well to audio. So I'm going to share a clip here, but this alone, these four presentations alone should be reason to grab a free registration for the young saints virtual conference because you're going to love it. So this is professor Mark ogletree. And he discusses the positive impact that they found Sabbath day of observance has for latter day saint youth. And he talks us through that. Study that I was involved in and helped conduct wanted to see if we could find is did or does private religious behavior. Have any impact on anxiety? And we looked at a lot of variables and one of the things that we found that was fascinating to me anyway, the stronger and the more you value the Sabbath day and our study and the more you lived and keep the Sabbath they wholly, you reported less anxiety symptoms on our anxiety scale, right? Here's the actual data itself. We were looking at if personal prayer with help would help mediate anxiety, if meditation, if you could look at some of these things on your own. But really the only significant finding a negative correlation, like I said, so in other words, the more you engage in Sabbath worship, the less anxiety symptoms you reported. All right, there you have it. Again, these presentations alone are worth engaging with this content through the young saints virtual conference. You can register for free at leading saints, dot org slash youth. I'll put the link in the show notes, so it's really easy to register, but join us. And I'm going to go play with some Legos..

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"kurt franklin" Discussed on Black Love Matters

Black Love Matters

05:08 min | 10 months ago

"kurt franklin" Discussed on Black Love Matters

"Is she like come to me? And you know, the other black woman I work. We own the pain. It's like, no sister didn't come up here and know the damn word. And you virtual, you could have put it on your computer screen and also who invited you to do this, ma'am. And y'all know we're for a tech company. We got enough money to invite someone to come and present and do a prerecorded. Yeah, I got enough money to bring Kurt Franklin. Why we got a little bit of change. But I was just done. I slowly was melted 'cause my company was doing decent, right? We want somebody in, did some breath work stretching, black owned companies. We actually did decent. I was impressed. And then she came on that damn stage. And I got this secondhand embarrassment that I ain't know what to do. And you know, of course, you're a CEO coming back on. Bravo. Can everyone give so and so a round of applause? Is this them? I've never heard that rendition like that before. I literally was melting. But y'all gonna have to send in your cubicle or stories on black history month. Because companies is not playing. When I see those candles wrapped in daisy's, I almost lost it. But that's neither here nor there. But what is here? Remember what we've been geeking up y'all, right? We got a very special guest. And you know we don't be having guests y'all know we insular. We keep it tight because we got shit to lose, right? We got jobs. We got four-o-one-ks. We got families, grandmas and them listening, but we only let the real ones in. So today our special guest is certified sex educator. Dating coach, relationship expert. Bestselling art author. YouTube OG. I ain't talking about them people who be buying them views, no shape, but y'all know y'all be doing it. 50 million views. What? We only got about 2000. Is she got 50 million?.

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"kurt franklin" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"kurt franklin" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

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"kurt franklin" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

Checking In with Michelle Williams

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"kurt franklin" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

"Don't let the hurt and the pain inflicted on you. Don't let that change who you are. I know you've got a good heart in if you've got a process that pain because maybe it's making you irritable. It's making you not be kind process. That was somebody are aso encouraging guys to do that. I'm so thankful that you guys join me every week. If you can let me know more guests that you are interested in having or other topics that you want to talk about. Let me now. Like i said i just have so much gratitude for you guys. I just really really appreciate you guys tuning in every tuesday. I know one week. It seemed like the podcast didn't come out on time like it normally does in somebody. Dmz or they tweet. It was like wait a minute show. Where's this week's podcast. So you guys even know when checking in is supposed to be on. The few people have said michelle girl had to binge. Listen to your podcast. So and i've had to catch up. So i thank you for checking in in catching up on all the episodes once again. Tell me what your favorite episode is. I'm really really thankful for you. Guys and remember also love on each other really really love on each other and also. Don't forget i have my five day devotional on the you version. Bible app okay. I'm excited about that in. Thank you to everybody that came to the checking in virtual book tour. I've got some things up my sleeve to do more. Just make sure you keep checking in with yourself if you need help please by all means seek out a therapist. You know one of my favorite things from the book. I just say that our anxiety has robbed many of us of the ability to check in with that inner voice in the voice of god gotta check in with their moments. I check in with god is a. I'm overwhelm know on that book tour. The promo sh- it got hard. Because it's something i i'm doing myself right now. Complaining not whining. It's just. It takes a lot of mental exertion to stay the course. It got really overwhelming. I really need a god to strengthen meat so much. Sometimes conversation with garbage is open honest conversations in the king. James version Kind of overwhelmed. Or sometimes it's just thanking god just gratitude and it's praying for other people is checking in with god for authors going to god on somebody else's bad that's what intercession is when you go to god on someone else's behalf of checking gin is be coming aware of what thoughts you're having over and over in these are usually signs of agreements who've made about yourself internally spiritually mentally and emotionally sometimes life experiences can shape but you have the power to reshape experiences shape you you have the power with how you respond to reshape right. Slide working out. You know you build muscles you know you're biceps by the way out. Stop skipping leg day. Ellas for sure. Please stop skipping leg day. What is going. Oh don't skip leg day right love. You love you ally. But i also love your hamstrings and your quadriceps in your calves. Okay any who just got off track. Okay we'll talk reshaping yourself right like i said it's kind of like working out. You got to reshape yourself by reshaping your thoughts we shaping how you talk to yourself reshaping what you allow people to say to you are right. Maybe people talk to you because that's how you talk to yourself right. So maybe if you stop talking to yourself that way other people will see. Oh yeah. She's not one to play with a radical mess with somebody else. You know okay. Okay okay thank you so much. My birthday has been fabulous. It's been wonderful y'all. We've got some incredible incredible guests that are coming up. I'm really looking for did one looking forward to. I'll give you all a hint. Let's see we got jili from philly. I think is on the way i believe. We got amber riley comment on in the room. I've got some family members that are gonna be checking into the podcast. I've got some male friends that i've been kind of won't miss sit with this kinda year. No pick their brains about things. Wait a minute. Ooh i think kurt franklin is coming on in the bill. Y'all got a pitch some books to. I'm definitely curious of who you think. So i'm excited. I am excited. Iheart radio thank you so much. Black effect podcast network. Charlemagne the god. Thank you so much to my girl. Samantha wilson angela chan. Nicole's spent dali. Listen i'm car names in. I am probably aban how to get in trouble trouble trouble a who thank you so much. Y'all are the best shot. I have one of the best producing teens for checking in holly carter a relevant entertainment. Who made this happen okay. Y'all she walked me iheart.

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"kurt franklin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"kurt franklin" Discussed on KCRW

"Mm. The stage is set for the men's euro 2020 soccer final Italy and England to countries with some of the most insatiable soccer fans in the world will face off on Sunday at Wembley Stadium in London. That England has not reached the final of a major tournament in 55 years. 55. Meanwhile, the Italian seem pretty near invincible a 33 game streak without a loss. What we wanted to get a preview and hear how fired up fans are in both countries. So I am joined now by writer nails. Abbey in London. Hey, there. Knowles, Kurt Franklin. Jason Horowitz of the New York Times He is in Rome. Hey, Jason. Hello. Thanks for having me knows I'm going to let you kick off. You all have home field advantage. What is the mood like in England? It could not be more excited. It's ecstatic. It's such an achievement to reach the finals. But the feeling in the air right now is that we're coming home with the gold. Jason. How about in Rome? Well, I mean, I wouldn't have heard think that Romans or Italians thinking that they're invincible. They always think that something to go wrong. So I think that there's a little bit more trepidation here about that. They've made it this far. And they can't believe that they've made it this far. Something could always go wrong. But 33 games without a loss is hard to argue with. So even even for the Italian psych, you know. But those aren't old winds right. Those are ties also, and you have to remember that the Italian side didn't even qualify for the World Cup back in 2017, so this is all sort of unexpected. And everyone is beyond excited. Obviously, every bar is packed. Every piazza is packed people walking around like with the Italian flag and all the rest of it. Yeah, everyone's wearing, you know, the Italian blue colors when they won the semifinal match. Uh, you know, I couldn't sleep till three in the morning. Not just from the excitement and going whoreson myself from screaming from the from the rafters, But because the tradition here is you honk your horn for hours. And so it was just the entire city was just it Sounds like a giant traffic. Jim. Total chaos. Um, nose back to you, The England team. It's I mean, they haven't reached the final of a major tournament in 55 years. What is different about this team that they've made it so far. The weight of expectation is not on them in the way that it was what we once called the golden generation. We actually very, very woefully underperformed. This is very, very cutting edge generation. These are truly Truly truly truly world class football is additionally, other thing, too, is that the British Premier League is arguably the most dominant, Um, Football league in the world today. So these are young people are playing who are fighting the places and the best teams of the world against some of the best players in the world State. It's really still has sharpened Steelers made them very, very good. Very, very outstanding players and also to collectively an outstanding team for Americans watching who maybe don't know. All the players don't know all the backdrop. One thing you would point us to watch for in the match particular moment in particular player. Um, Jason, how about you? Sure, I mean, the the player in Italy who's sort of electrified the country is Federico Kiesa, and he is young. He's 23 years old. His dad played professional football, even at the European World Cup level. You know, when he gets the ball, he looks to score and in Italy, that's you find a lot of passing. You find a lot of sort of, you know, the cliche about Italians was that they played this catenaccio defence. It was always very contained and you were never pushing the ball. These guys push the ball. And when Federico Okay, as it gets the ball he really has, Um I don't know. Do we even say I have the tiger anymore? I don't know, but he just said it. So, yes. Yeah. Nelson value I feed the standard talents for us have been, of course. Raheem Sterling Harry Kane, who was the top man captain and sack up? Who's a young British Nigerian place for us? No, he's brilliant. When you watch England, you're watching a team that's really truly spoiled for choice. In terms of quality In terms of Thailand, you're going to see very, very exciting game on Sunday. This is it 55 years or so since we've qualified for a final, we're not coming home about the goal. His writer Nell Xabi, who will be watching in London and Jason Horowitz of the New York Times in Rome. Thanks You, too. Good luck. Thank you. Thank you. Don't matter. What's behind the lagging vaccination rate among Latinos in Arizona. Some activists say the state has been slow to roll out vaccine information in Spanish come back to this show on Monday for that story. This is NPR news. Some of KCRW's best work is on press play. It wasn't the recording itself. That was the thing that lit the fuse. It was the fact that African Americans were able to hear themselves on record for the first time in a popular context..

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"kurt franklin" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"kurt franklin" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"With this my job. That's my job tommy. You stole mind to say hi this morning. Hail believe we're from a different era of comedy said didn't steal the joke man. I'm telling you he doing their job for long-term look. I don't know when cat starting but cat in for us was after the kings of comedy actually said that he said that after he said that cat thinks that why do you think where does this coming from because it just came out of the blue. Look i don't want him to nothing we can go. We have over the years. So i'm not my mouth and got old cat. I'm talking about cedric attain. I'm telling you right now. I was around him when he wrote that job. I was around him when he did it. And it was before the kings of comedy. I'm telling you it was look man. Sad been on tv together since ninety five ninety five even so now we. I remember when he was telling me. Joe i saw do the joke so now. Seven years later when king started and then came out in two thousand. Two joke was old. That's why i was such a season joke. Saying put the cutie postle. Would it in everything what you heard before. I've never seen anybody even do. The same thing said does see joke. That's all i got to tell said in ledge comedy we need a car. We've over no confidence coming up in twenty minutes after the hour. More of the steve harvey morning show. After this you're listening to morning show all right. Steve come on introduce your friend. J anthony brown laser generally j anthony. Brown everybody's other fight the other. Nineteen money mayweather in the white boy. Paul the dance to hug to whatever you whatever it was. It wasn't a real faith. But i've got a card. Some serious fights coming up. You want to get ready because these serious phase alkyl. Ben is going to fight the quaker oats man for smackdown. So you wanna get you wanna get in the right place to see the never crackle and pop crackle and pop. They're going to take on many more inject. You need to get your tickets to see this. The golden girls are not dead. They not did people think they did with digger no hook the atlanta what atlanta housewives. Ads is going to be a great match tickets for that. Ronnie paper towel man. The town man is going to take on the jolly green giant. I'm putting my money as a judge. A funny up in wants to get up in glasgow the geico lizard as he put the hundred drum debt listens. Ask you have got to see. We've got mo- neak. Monique going up against yana. Vans go out there and hug your brother. Mom money's on land short. Wallace is gonna take on michael blackston. We're going to need a lot of light for this one. Don't light all day kirk. Franklin we're going to have christian kurt franklin and taken on td jakes. I'm sorry what what is being paul. It don't take on. Billy porter is don't take on roof. All in who looks best in address is going to be a mess. You need to get your free. I wanna see just a grudge match disagree. Destiny's child child is don't take on beyond say they have been one that will play as dora. The explorer beat the dow mess out of spongebob. Squarepants betty kids but not lease loss. Angeles lakers will take wait a minute. They already lost in a match back. James bishop t needs to who all right. Thank you jake. Coming up at thirty four minutes after the hour. We'll have more of steve harvey morning show right after this. You're listening to morning show. Tell me i just immediately think of you. When i see stuff like this water. It's uncovering season so you know what that means for you now but back in the day when you wrong. Yeah so have you ever. Have you started your plan to break up to have a guilt free summer. Remember when used to break up right before holidays and stuff like that right so this uncovering season people are breaking up right before summer. They say that this year uncoupling season will be a busy one because of all the cova restrictions being removed more and more singles will have the chance to get out and hook up there saying going to be a hot girl summer. So i have to ask you guys steve tommy junior and j of course what advice or reasons can you give to people wanna break up to get their freak on this summer. Now you thought of you. You've been here in man movie you've been here man only say you've been here now see somebody else. You see every day. I need some space. I just need some space. I just this you just too much for me right now. You know what i mean. I just i just. We don't want the kobe together. I need. I need a break from you. I really do cold blooded come on. We don't year to hand he. Yeah he's asking her friends. When you and use the word buddhi she become over big booty. Yes look look it. It ain't you. It's.

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"kurt franklin" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"kurt franklin" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Presented by. At and t. Now every customer both new and existing. Get the same great deal on the best of my says. All right steve. Come on introduce your friend. J anthony brown laser generally j anthony brown. Everybody's saw the fight the other nineteen money mayweather in the white boy paul. The danced hugged whatever. Whatever it was. It wasn't a real faith. But i've got a card at some serious fights coming up. You wanna get ready because these are some serious faith. Uncle been is gonna fight the quaker oats man for smackdown. So you wanna get you wanna get in the right place to sita's e crackle and pop snap crackle and pop. They're going to take on men and more inject you need to get your tickets to see this. The golden girls are not dead. They dig him dead. People think they did digging up the atlanta. What app lanta housewives as a great match. Get your tickets for that paper towel man. The brawny paper towel man is going to take on the jolly green giant. I'm putting my money as it is. Funny get up in won't get up in the black guy go lizards as he gonna put the hundred drum ever wolf debt as you have got to see this. We've got neak. Monique going up against yang. Dan's hug. Go out there and hug your brother. Money yolanda short wireless. Don't take on michael blackston. We're going to need a lot of light for this lightly all day bank cut. Franklin we're gonna have since fighting christie's kurt franklin and taken on. Td jakes money. I'm sorry what what you. Paul don't take on. Billy porter is take on. all in. Who best in address is going to be a mess. You need to get. Joe i wanna see. Just were met greg. Destiny's child each child is going to take on beyond say they have been one that will play alone. No dora the explorer feet. The dow mess out of spongebob squarepants better and last. But not least the los angeles lakers will take wait a minute. They already lost. Don't original real franklin. I'd get ready all right. Thank you cringe. A coming up with thirty four minutes after the hour. We'll have more of a steve harvey morning. Show right after this. You're listening to harvey morning show been thinking about mcdonald's all day can't get it off my mind i can already test old. Got my mind on my mouth to mouth ready for some mickey days. Deal a deal for every moment at mcdonald's right now get to of your favorites. For just three fifty mix and match classic chicken a hot and spicy mcchicken or juicy mcdonnell price ever dissipation may vary cannot be combined with combo meal single item at regular price. Hi this is rex chapman. You might know me from my former life as an nba player or from a spectacular fall from grace. Or maybe just follow me on twitter. Now i'm hosting a new podcast called charges with rex. Chapman each episode centers around an interview with the famous athlete or entertainer. Who ran afoul of the law will relive their rise to fame. As well as their fall from grace and hear their side events that changed their lives forever and Really wanna let people know with the people that we're going gonna talk to that you never as bad as your worst moment as long as you learn from it you know. I'm planning on having guys on the guys. I know guys i don't know who run afoul call it charges because you've been charged with something. It was an ugly time. It was a tough time in your life. And that moment when it happened to you is really painful to talk about But i think it's cathartic and i think people get a lot out of it. Listen to charges with rex. Chapman on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts..

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"kurt franklin" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"kurt franklin" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"In way. He said they'll probably pinky for friday. Said he would break is neck neighbor. Break your net mabel. Don't you ever disrespect me. And then i we had the two passes in here a few weeks ago and is was talking something about me and my lady getting slutty and you guys got on me for saying the worse. Let slutty in front of the pastors and pastors said barbie cologne that you know they are a grew up around all of this most of us have. And then you find lord okay so this reaffirms with have always been saying in always been preaching seventy five percent of your that go to church is sitting there cursing and he's still got the same behavior and this and this is thanks. Okay so you'll come up. A year getting on harvey for the worst choices that i use in a respectable way when you have the legendary kurt franklin whose found the lord. I didn't know when you found the lord. You can curse like this. Well you know you still human shown and guess what christians are not perfect they Do things every day. And that's why we have two great because we can go back for forgiveness for whatever we can do. The way kirkland cursed out his son and the case to me that he uses these words and phrases on a regular basis. Well that's his vision and right that is going to help me that all your the random founded lawn and you're talking like this not everybody. You're you're in church. You're doing the holy dance absolutely doing the james brown. Jesus you're stepping in the name of love for jesus and every other word is the neighbor word. Let's game every of a word is the the b word and every and then he says that his it causes some poor. Well boy you know what it is. Allow these kids. When they come from rich parents they feel so entitled because first of all. He's not a kid he's grown man. He's thirty thirty one thirty two three threes. Let's get that straight. He was not a child. Now kurt was speaking to a child that way. Yes i would have felt kind of way but he was talking to another grown man. Her car pushed his by it. I want hear have the beginning of the conversation. What led kirk to that point. They had to speak to you that way. Play all of tell us everything. Don't just give us the part where he was pissed off. Okay give me everything you intentionally trying to embarrass your father. I we the black delegation. The did not ask erc. Okay we don't keep on and golden is stopping in the main with. Jesus not this stuff. I think that regardless of what stock them off or set them off the language that this man has used hooves made millions of dollars off of the lord. The gospel music in going to church. I don't care how angry person should get. He's disrespecting the whole franchise of the lord by talking the way that he is he out. C. c. church folks as a man whereas before he's a christian. He's a man. I what are you telling me. That years of being the he who has that was thin cats the first time so if you you maybe excuse me then you can judge john if you have never seen before can now. Hey hey i'm jay. I'm the biggest center in here. No one can tell you something. Barbie and i will take that title as the biggest center in here. No worries but barbie after thirty years of the lord even if he's mad as hell the words the way he's using these words barbie cologne. It's not the first time he said neighbor as neighbor and thirty years this way. That kirk franklin talked to his son like that. He's using these words on a regular basis even if he's not mad i don't think that's from the hood. He grew up like that. So it's nothing. Dig back in that little bag and bring it back out. I'm going to say that kirk. Franklin perpetrated a fraud nope disagree. I'm gonna say that. Kirk franklin cursed this person out your son part. It's not the problem. I think that parents had his son not record the conversation. Too embarrassed father. We would have never known and that's business. Of course that they put the sun put it out there so that was our his behind so so now kirk franklin home of something what you do show. Oh goodness kurt kirk kirk. Franklin kirk.

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"kurt franklin" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"kurt franklin" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Stuff. This is Esquivel, the guy we normally play. I didn't know you had any technology. Most the same. Ask about Yeah. Is this the Stomp remix? Although people say My brothers say, Take the Lord's name in vain When Cousin up my son he of toxic m f er yeah, he to one recording up convo and putting it on the radio man that doesn't wash his stupid mom's Ah ho, The devil's in my son and the therapist on the line. I got a little juiced up drinking lots of communion wine. I cussed out my son. I called him a bitch. But you can't take away the fact that Kurt Franklin is rich One Buddha. Yeah, and I'm cashing that check, but I'll still break my son's bitch ass next next. Them words I used the son. You might think there's a worst, but don't forget this new story. Oh, okay. You here to her fierce. You gotta live below. Hey, you said too because Stan called right out of here, Loser, man. I do gotta live alone. Thanks a lot for me to turn on. Drew your balls smell Great. Thanks. Hey, you grab alive. Yeah. You can shoot your horse, but you can't shoot a fly. You gotta live. Stop being victims of the super funny Your girl's gotta live. Love You sucking jobs. A queer? Oh, yeah, he's cleaned up his language in 2021 woke, Yeah. You got a trick up alive. Hello? Hey, Uh, just shit He's not made today. Don't mean man. Normal. Be out of those five. Wait for you to get their drip was a good one. Right? You gotta live below that. The dinner? Oh, yeah. His kitchen sink. 10 was one of the few. What drives her from neighborhood to win 20 miles an hour to 20 with me, but I see. Okay. Sign to go live alone. This is a friendly reminder could cost Jack would never say the words Shut up before game. Yeah, dude. What, Ajay? Yeah. I mean, what a j. Good cross checking.

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