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Dallas Cowboys Starting Tackle La'El Collins Suspended 5 Games

Blogging the Boys

01:57 min | Last month

Dallas Cowboys Starting Tackle La'El Collins Suspended 5 Games

"Lyle collins suspension. Which for those of you. That have not heard yet. Which i'm sure you have but Friday afternoon it was announced that he was getting a five game suspension for violation of the substance abuse policy There's nothing on the books in the nfl drug policy that says a substance abuse issue is a five game penalty. There is a for the second time you're punished for methamphetamines. Or amphetamines and adderall. And diuretics and things like that That is a five game suspension. So i don't know if there's some somehow taking that as precedents and applying it lyle's case and somehow It's still murky as to what exactly. He was in the drug program for There was a report on sl from jason lockenfora that he's been tested ten times a month for the last eighteen months which that's not totally unusual. I know there have been players before that have been tested with that. Frequency randy gregory had talked about that When he came back so it's it's not totally unheard of for that to happen. But i don't know why lyle would. It have been in the program but missing a test missing. These tests are refusing member. Whatever the story is because apparently it was not a failed test. Missing these tests would result in this suspension. Only if he had already been on the program. So something's off here where we're missing a lot of details here and hopefully we can get some more clarity about it But as it stands now we don't know exactly what he's in the program for. There's lyles disputing the word. Representation is disputing the refusal to take the tests and and they're in this appeal process. They've already appealed apparently and it was rejected but they feel like the appeal process has not been exhausted. And so that's part of where this tension is coming from. Mike mccarthy didn't have any other comments on it he just said they were not surprised suspension. So this is something. That's been brewing. It's been something that's been out there. And that the cowboys have been aware of

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Lyle's Strong Start Leads Rangers Over Sloppy Red Sox, 10-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Lyle's Strong Start Leads Rangers Over Sloppy Red Sox, 10-1

"Brock Colton Jordan Lyles helped spark the Rangers to a surprising ten to one route of the red Sox the former red Sox utility man hold had a pair of RBI singles in the early innings to help Texas snap its four game skid Rangers starter Lyles tossed seven innings of one run ball with six strikeouts and India Bonnie is also had a pair of RBIs for the Rangers ki K. Hernandez drove in the lone red Sox run while starter Eduardo Rodriguez gave up five runs in just three and two thirds innings Boston's freefall continued with its fourth loss in five games I'm getting cool bar

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Chapman 2 HRs and Defensive Gem for a's in 8-3 Win at Texas

AP News

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Chapman 2 HRs and Defensive Gem for a's in 8-3 Win at Texas

"Oakland hit a season high five home runs is the ace to feed the Texas Rangers eight to three spoiling the induction of Adrian Beltre in Rangers PA announcer Chuck Morgan into the Texas Rangers hall of fame the A. snapped a three all tie in the seventh with four runs off loser Jordan Lyles and reliever Brett Martin highlighted by back to back solo shots by Mitch Moreland and Matt Chapman with two home runs in the game also had a defensive gem Matt Olson also homered for Oakland his thirty of the season the Dandolo drove in two runs to lead the Rangers attack Bob Stevens Arlington Texas

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Texas House Speaker Signs Civil Arrest Warrants to Return Absent Democrats to Chamber

The Dallas Morning News

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Texas House Speaker Signs Civil Arrest Warrants to Return Absent Democrats to Chamber

"Arrest warrants for fifty. Two absent democrats were signed by house speaker dade full on late tuesday setting in motion the potential roundup of lawmakers who've avoided the capital in order to stymie. Gop elections bill. The house voted eighty two twelve tuesday to authorize law enforcement to track down the democrats just hours after the texas supreme court cleared the way for the house to order them back to the chamber to secure a corum. The warrants will be delivered to the house on wednesday morning and the move will likely further inflame partisan tension the house one republican voted against authorizing arrest warrants representative lyle larson of san

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"lyle" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"lyle" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And i know you know you do a lot of really amazing things for espn but you also have a relationship with a lot of young players which i think is critical To be able to report and analyze how they are thinking. Can you give us a man. No there's no such thing as a composite but of the with whom you speak on a reasonably regular basis. How would you describe their angst and anxiety about where we are as. We're about to hit the second. Half of twenty twenty one. You know it's pretty interesting paul. A lot of them. I would say had a lot of cautious optimism. They were happy about the ruling. A lot of them said the same thing right like we usually have just about everything that this said that you know we should be given so that was not necessarily new for them. It was a bit of a symbolic victory. And what this is in terms of a next step in and you know them still wanting to get compensation From the revenue that the civilized making off of them. And you know. I think a lot of them would also tell you that they do appreciate the stuff that they're getting. I've spoken the guys at major like top five programs and they know that they've got it well and they're giving all this great stuff and things of that nature but they still understand at the end of the day like they are a product they are. They are the cash cow like and there's a lot of money that's being had pockets of coaches are going up obviously like those salaries are just going to continue to rise right. Education is a fixed cost You know there's there's benefits after you're playing things of that nature and they realize that it's good. They're happy they enjoy playing right. That's why all these guys went back out there on the field like the paxil players like that was a big old thing. Last year and ultimately a lot of people tried to paint them as guys didn't wanna play football. And we're just trying to cause a ruckus and i've talked to a couple of guys this past week and they're like hey like this is great when that was happening. Yeah we wanted to get back out there on the football field. Because ultimately it's not necessarily their problem to fix but just some of the conversations. I've had with some of these guys in the ways that they're trying to work in the people that are in contact with and you know bouncing off ideas and things like that. 'cause none of us know where this is going to look like five ten twenty years from now I would say a lot of the guys were optimistic. They realize this is going to be a continued long fight but they feel good. They're happy with the direction that this is going. Harry lyles junior from. Espn always great to talk to harry. Stay in touch Hope you have a great summer. We will see very very soon as we head to the break so much more to do. We'll talk more about nfl and a few minutes. The nc state conversation continues to rage on the nfl. Bills are all coming due in two days and it looked like the ncaa gobble able to join the rest of the free world in agreeing to it. And we're.

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Lyles, Murray lead Spurs to victory, snapping Knicks' streak

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Lyles, Murray lead Spurs to victory, snapping Knicks' streak

"The next three game winning streak is over after Trey Lyles scored a season high eighteen points and is chante Murray added seventeen and the spurs one nineteen eighty three blowout victory San Antonio had eight players score at least eight points Patty mills and Luke salmon H. each adding fourteen points in the spurs seven straight home victory over New York the Knicks had sixteen turnovers while failing to score one hundred points for the first time since a one oh seven eighty nine loss at Orlando on February seventeenth Emanuel quickly led York with twenty six points I'm the ferry

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More snow on the way after snow storm hits Chicago area

John Williams

01:43 min | 9 months ago

More snow on the way after snow storm hits Chicago area

"Story story story story story this this this this this morning morning continues continues to to be be the the snow. snow. Snow Snow was was still still falling falling across across the the Chicago Chicago area area this this morning morning in in a a winter winter storm storm warning warning remains remains in in effect effect until until 5 5 p.m.. p.m.. For For much much of the region. Difficult travel conditions likely to continue through the day and several more inches of snow possible in some areas with Lake enhancement the issue later today through parts of the lakefront communities of Lake County, Illinois, Cook County and in northwest Indiana. Northeast winds gusting is high is 30 MPH have led to some blowing and drifting snow across the area. We do have some more snow totals in for you. 4.6 inches in buffalo Grove as of seven o'clock this morning 4.1 inches in Winnebago, four inches and Lyle 3.5 inches in Elgin 2.5 inches in Lamont. 1.5 inches in ST Streeter and 1.4 inches in Crown Point, the latest on the stone this morning from one of our reporters out, innit? WGN's Glenn Marshall is on North Lake Shore Drive where he says the roads have been cleared. We've been down here since about maybe 3 30 this morning and we saw the roles continuously. Just Growing increase with just being moderate traffic That's happening right here. Now It's pretty busy. Cars are moving at a speed limit. As you know, normal here, probably about 45 MPH, which is the speed limit here on North North Lake Lake Shore Shore Drive Drive in in this this area area right right here, here, not not seeing seeing any any issues. issues. We We have have seen seen a a lot lot of of plow plow trucks. trucks. We We have have seen seen a a lot lot of of salt salt trucks. trucks. On On the the main main roles roles here, here, like like on on Lakeshore Lakeshore drive, But when you go into the neighborhoods, I'm hearing reports that it's not as clear as it is on the street. So if you're definitely getting out there on the rolls, you definitely want to take some time to clear your vehicle and be prepared. There are some

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"lyle" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:06 min | 9 months ago

"lyle" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Beal united way of weld county. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. Thanks for your time. Can i have a great day you as well. Thanks again. lyle smith gray beal with united way of weld county met a lot of ground covered right there. So if you miss any of that our podcast will be up thirteen. Ten k dot com. Let's take a break ten fifty two the time. We'll come back. Give the headline that come. I wrap up. Monday's edition of noko now presented by the j nine agencies on northern colorado.

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"lyle" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

Psychology of Entrepreneurship

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"lyle" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

"Education. So they can make themselves. Were the of that second chance i believe. That's that's where everything starts Changing our thinking about how we view people in prison and the purpose of prisons specifically that it should be a training ground For citizens who can contribute to society changing that from a collecting point for society's ills Coming up on the psychology of entrepreneurship. A.

"lyle" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

Psychology of Entrepreneurship

06:47 min | 10 months ago

"lyle" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

"That is the height of violent remote if it was calculated. I don't think you deserve a second chance. And in my opinion for a crime occurred. I don't care. I'm no remorse. No mercy for anyone he kills. Okay there is I spoke about this the other day. There was a woman who said her husband on fire killed him for raping her seven year old daughter. She found him murdered him. That was not self defense. It was premeditated and yes deserves the deserves the death penalty in is she can she. She can go through the legal. I don't care how much it hurts you. I understand that. I understand it but you still need to go through the legal process like everybody else. You don't take an into your own hansel and global justice like you're doing something for the world like learn living a threat but that woman was doing some global justice if i ever heard it. That was her right to do though. Is that you say that. A jury of your peers that we as citizens we as the constituency. We have that right then. What because we have numbers because we have a state a state sanctioned homicide. It's still it's still a homicide but it is decided by multiple people at that point. I think we need to go the legal system in this dialogue because it was legal to have slaves yet. We have to go beyond snell what we're talking about in a report by the ac l. u. They state that the united states remains the early advance western democracy that fails to recognize capital punishment as a profound human rights violation and as a frightening abuse of government power. Why don't people understand the issues around the prison system. What are we getting wrong. It's this idea that the rich belief that the poor have equal access to the same avenues that they did to get rich A lot of the rich or born rich and for those that made themselves rich. They had access to some of the best schools. they had None of the hurdles That a lot of minority people have to jump in order to gain access to say something as simple as a bank loan But i think it it's good to really talk about higher education and that's because it really relates not just to people's ability to you know. Get that come up or you know. Raise their economic status. It's also indicative of the biggest problem with the prison system at lawrence is the lack of access to higher education. Now people outside our are always an offense saying and this was kind of the argument ended access to a federal pell grants in nineteen ninety-four which is essentially federal funds for higher education for college in prison programs. The the main argument was well. I wanted to go to college. Tuition has gone to prison. A lot of people as i said who end up in prison. didn't have access to those same avenue average Middle class Person would have so. They're already starting at a disadvantage and then getting enrolled in college Even community college is difficult and other itself because a lot of colleges if you're convicted of a single felony will not accept you So there's bar off the top and no if you have a felony conviction some felony convictions preventive from access to alone programs for the higher education. So eventually the hurdles spec and when they stack they could be looking at possible and they've become a wall and you say well gee there's no way for me to get to college and that's the important difference to people. Maybe are not as aware of as they should be sued as conversation law and i were talking about different situations not going according to plan especially in my life because i was thinking about them. When i was interviewing lyle know for example i got caught up in the credit system in australia. Because my first business shot overnight and left me with four hundred seventy eight thousand dollars in debt to pay off. but while i don't have any credit card debt i wasn't given access to any credit for seven years so i can understand how getting caught in the system doesn't give you access to stuff to which he responded like this you know. Let's kind of the idea of prison is once you get here You have this felony record for those actually did to leave it. You go back out into society and now you're barred from just so many different things whether it's housing loans jobs fees that accompany with a felony record if you're on Post release supervision. Parole or probation It makes it virtually impossible impossible. It makes it highly unlikely that you will in any way shape or form ever get ahead in life and it. It's almost like once you fall off of that ladder. There's no again getting back up to well. I challenged the idea that they're even needs to be a ladder For economic mobility. And that kinda. I guess this is maybe a little bit more of a dangerous topic because i'm not as versed in it and i think that gets to the heart of the idea of capitalism That you can create this system where well if you can make the money. Then you can have success and i i question if it really needs to be like that and if in doing so we're not doing it at the expense of people who don't have that same ability before we go and wrap up this volume here is what needs to change so we see people differently in prison getting others to understand that people in prison have value that are potential is something that can be harnessed as opposed disposed of And before you can do anything else you have to. You have to get people to understand that net. Our value to society is not something to be thrown away and thrown away. I mean that's in prison sentences. I mean opportunities for people who have committed crimes to prove themselves worthy of second chances. I mean access to.

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"lyle" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

Psychology of Entrepreneurship

08:01 min | 10 months ago

"lyle" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

"The right. Not the females are the everybody we tend to look for information that confirms what we already believe is proven with science so. My father is very conservative politically and so if we talk if we watch the exact same news conference he will say did you see how xyz reinforces and i myself independent. I don't like either side. But i'm very much extreme right. So i'll say but what about abc. I saw those things that reinforced my belief. And so we can literally how the exact same experience and take it completely different ways and that's because of confirmation bias so i think knowing that can help you understand better and your tendencies and it can also help you communicate better with people. So that's one thing that setting psychology can help you in life in business. That was laura. Peterson involved in ten for you to go back and listen to that in its entirety but here is how important confirmation bias really is i was introduced to my next guest and i met the man he is today. Not the man. He was two and a half decades ago and because my biased kicked in. I missed the whole reason. Lyle may is in prison. My team had to come to me and ask me if i had really been unbiased in all portrayal of history to that i want to say yes. Loud may is on death row for committing an unthinkable crime. But i'm not going to address details of what got him into prison. You can however read about them in his memoir waiting for the last train. I've decided to approach this from the perspective of the man. He is now because the truth is there is no easy way to talk about this subject. We need to talk about it. So especially for an entrepreneur like you listening in here knowing the bias. You have is paramount so today we are talking with laude and i have to say that this is one of the most intellectual conversations i've had in my life. You know what i mean. Because he starts by talking about social psychology. I think i really advanced my understanding of not just social psychology but his and its relation to economics trends when i began reading a malcolm. Cloud will I'm a big fan of his work and When i read the book tipping point. It really began me to look at large-scale social psychological phenomenon. And how they influenced are thinking through trench. Another example would be I think one of his books. What's called blink. And it's this idea that we form our judgements about people and events and situations in in a matter of seconds and that a lot of times that we don't we don't stop to go back over our thoughts about those events. We just go with that. I stereotypes judgment of a situation and a lot of the balti- thinking falacious thinking occurs in that period Because we don't revisit it again we go through. This idea of confirmation is that we don't need to seek this confirming evidence you haven't piece it all together yet. While may is on death row. He has been on death row for the last twenty two years. He has been published in scalawags magazine. Jay journal the masha project combinatorial and prison rytas dot com. He's also the author of multiple books and The most important book which i have read in its entirety is called the crimson letters. Would you can find on amazon. The link to that will be in the show notes which you can find. Add psychology of entrepreneurship dot com. Lyle what can we on the outside learned from you on the inside. The major thing that people outside can learn about people in prison as we were just like you. We just didn't have the same background. Or maybe we had the same background. We just didn't have the same opportunities. Or maybe we had the same opportunities but we made the wrong decisions. It's important to remember that people in prison are human beings and that they have the greatest need for understanding and the greatest need for the people on the outside to remember that prisons are public responsibility there not holes in the ground or you'd throw people forget about now. They are a system that catches the failures of other systems. And the sooner that the public understands that. I believe that we can begin to change that. This is fascinating. What don't we know about prison. Lyle so i think it's important to know that Even though a lot of people are most people believe it. Prisons are are there to keep society. Prisoners are in of society is failures not Any proactive or preemptive attempt to Dress public safety there. You know what happens when those efforts fail The people who are in prison are educated. They're mentally ill. they're poor. They're marginalized and all the things that led to their commission of crimes for those that did commit crimes You know are just really indicative of the failings of multiple systems and society and that's kind of the heart of what prison abolition is about. I have to admit. I've i've come lake to the conversation on snape. Listen i have. I have My education clang of from the ladies the digital abolitionist so calamity columbia university and they've really educate me on on what prison abolition means and it simply not that we're just doing away with prisons is that we're doing away with the societal lead person and i think that's important distinction. That people need to be aware of that at prisons. Are you know the catch. All of society's ills of economic disparities of of racial injustice of police brutality and The reaction of the marginalized to those Disparities in and justices prison. Abolition is a movement. That believes that incarceration in any form harm society. More than it helps. They're working towards the future in which vital needs like housing education and healthcare a met allowing people to live safe and fulfilled lives without the need for prisons. If you would like to know more about this movement and what they're doing to achieve this you can find a link with loads of useful information in the shards so here is an interesting idea. I was told that law was a moscow networker. He knew lots of people even before they were even phones allowed in prison. You know all your excuses of not being able to network will the old kinda go out the window.

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One Year After Queens Sewage Flood, Some Residents Are Still Seeking Compensation In New York

On The Media

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

One Year After Queens Sewage Flood, Some Residents Are Still Seeking Compensation In New York

"In South Ozone Park, Queens, say ah, year after a collapsed pipe caused sewage to flood into their homes. They're still seeking compensation from the city, the flood damage more than 100 homes, including Olive, Harry Lyles. She says it caused $70,000 in damages and displaced her daughter and granddaughter. The basement flooded with sewage. Two. Garbage was horrible. Harry Law and other community members say they've gotten confusing and conflicting guidance from the city comptroller's office about how to get full compensation for their claims. The office says they approved emergency contracts to clean up all the affected homes and then went door to door to help residents navigate the claims process.

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Market Update: LINK, LTC & ETH Looking Strong

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Market Update: LINK, LTC & ETH Looking Strong

"Here a couple of people talking about the high of the monthly candle now 'cause. We are in November, now and Yeah it month all of Taiba Twenty five percent can't come plane with. some pretty happy with that the weekly, of course, looking beautiful rot. Now, the way clearly is about to close in five minutes Montagne. And if it stays as he's right now it will close up five point three percent notice big away laws wake the no wake in the right direction dilates look it's not over extended. Now a the moving average having court. Out We did pull up through fourteen thousand. But? Filed a hold fouled to stay above and I was a real wicky taught break. It didn't really dealt with. Excuse me much confidence. Ward down. Didn't break with much confidence at all so Yeah. Look I'm into the modern Certainly, we could say bitcoin continue to claw. To. Be a crazy person would suggest that that's not lyles are not possible. Sites. We hang up hanging up pretty high, and we haven't seen proba pullback. On the daily alway clear for quite some time that look we could continue to keep on moving out. Let's let's take ourselves back to that sort of. Projection run of two, thousand, nineteen, where we you know we we saw massive moving. We saw many strong wakes, but that was also pulled back I mean we saw in on the twenty ninth. Of April the Sixth of my thirteenth May and the nineteenth. Sorry Mike, we sort go up. That was full wakes. Aquatic strong move there as well that that full-week move let me just take from those full weeks with seventy one percent now for. The loss of five weeks sammy seen a thirty percent Mussa note is big percentage. Wise. that. We pulled back into the trials on a little bit on that Waco game back in June, and then we shot back up headed tools that fourteen thousand dollar mock. So I am. I'm not thinking about this I'm just watching. What the bucket is providing me and saying, is there anything there that is signal to make to be more bullish bearish right now longtime on bullish meeting Tim on bullish. Oliver the four out there highlights and they're all higher highs. So I can't really can't build Germany cases being short right now the the one out can look we do have some resistance at thirteen, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, two. Two test but did push down low just recently where are we today with Bitcon? We'll close down point three percent at thirteen, thousand, seven, hundred, and fifty one dollars. So Guy, it's pretty happy days right now theorem at an Oscar push-up es died. Broadcast through the resistance level that which was was that three hundred, ninety, four region and will have to wait and see if we can break above that a guy. Now, there is a two-day candidates also quite bullish. This I'm keeping a close on Theorem as well. It's broken out this morning through the to test level of Wa- on full, which was a guy in the level I said before this is a law time from him looking and I will be provided that the simplicity kicks continues I will be looking for for long try on a theory. On looking quite NAS as a trend there. Needs to settle itself a bit more three, hundred, Ninety, seven, thirty, four now, which represents two point seven percent up. Except pay also cheaper, we mentioned the weekly the on a theory as well. It was actually down two point, two percent at the moment. Noah nearest bullish. Well, Bitcoin has course nothing really has banked buffet. Ex pays close awake daffy five point two. Point three percent at twenty four cents on the nose is a really horrible looking child's up point one percent now twenty four cents flat nothing to speak overwrought their bitcoin cash. All Of that to seven fog level. Again, guidance going to close down one point, two percent as we are about to close rods. Now it's up two point, two percent today. The WACO is going to. Finish in the red, not much to go on their dialect low to mid timeframes on Bitcoin Cash Ignatz break, two, seven five and ultimately Nacer to Eddie one get to a new hire high. That's listening back the WHA one at the Bay of me to be trading. The why the trade now come on the lot coin hair gyn loss wake you know the cracking wait twenty, three percent or the week before the week just gone down five point five percent on the daily has just closed right now. It closed down. Yeah. It was basically flat on the Diet that was nothing really speak of it is a level at fifty six dollars and forty five cents of keeping a close eye on. And Lot, coin as well on the tonight. There is a bullish candidate right there on that today on keeping a close on that as well. Why? Well because it's in the cradle Zion and it looks pretty dont strong at the moment. So keeping. That in my watch list today looking for long opportunities that

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"lyle" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"lyle" Discussed on Revision Path

"Your host Maris cherry and this week. I'm talking with Britt Lyle the second a Motion Graphics designer here in Atlanta, Georgia. Let's start the show. All right. So tell us who you are and what you do. My name is Britt Lyle. I am a motion graphic designer. I'm a graphics assistant at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Now, I've been asking everyone, you know kind of starting off for these interviews how they're sort of holding up right now, you know, we're recording this right now in late September. It's pretty easy. I think well known that we're going to be in the states for a while. Now, how have you been holding up during this pandemic? Oh, wow, there have been like there been good days and bad days. I've been holding up generally well, but like there have been, you know good days and bad days. Like I said I tend to deal with anxiety sometimes so that has been kind of a struggle wage. Kind of cope with along with like just regular anxiety Then the election and covid-19. Like one of the things I learned in grad school is like you have to take time to for yourself, especially in stressful situations. And this entire year has just been one big stressful situation off. So it's very very important to like make yourself as comfortable as possible. Especially someone who like regularly deals with anxiety and off. Yeah, so I just basically just tried to make sure that if I feel like in some type of anxiety attack coming that I make sure to remove myself from the situation and ground myself before coming back to reality so to speak gotcha. Now let's talk about your work at sports and entertainment and can you kind of briefly describe what a MB sports and entertainment is and just sort of what is a regular day like for you right now since you're working from home, so am be Sports entertainment. We are sort of like a company within a company job. We do work for the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United. My job specifically is Graphics assistant. So basically that means I help out anyone else you need help with any other big project whether it's coming up with Gameday Graphics video editing color correction or any other regular or irregular occurrence. I might occur to you today. How did you get started there on a whim a lot of a lot of the jobs that I've gotten in particularly designed jobs of Applied on a whim. So I was laid off at my previous job, which I was very very sad about and I was just applying applying everywhere that I can and I saw the post for graphics assistant at a MB. And again, it was one of those things for me. It's like I can't in good conscience past this up and say Thursday. I tried everything that I could so I apply thinking that like I wouldn't hear anything and they turned out to be one of the few people that actually gave me like like three rounds of interviews and hired me within like a month. Nice. Yeah, so you mentioned, you know kind of working on these, you know, not random projects, but you kind of work on an ad-hoc basis as an assistance. So are there any sort wage projects that you like take the lead on or you always kind of working in that second kind of capacity mostly in a secondary capacity because there are people who have been there since the building open since as soon as construction ended they hired a design team and those and some of those people have left but there are still some people have been there since its Inception and they kind of know they build out the process. They're the ones who really like all the assignments all of the the dimensions birth. All the renders all of these little details. They're the ones who built it from the ground up and I'm essentially follow the process. I'll give my two cents every now and then if I feel like it'll help but for the most part they have pretty much have like a game plan laid out for how certain things are done and how certain things are processed. And so, you know, just so folks name Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta is fairly new. I think it was opened and what 2018-2017 2017-2017? Okay, and then prior to that it not in the same space, but pretty close to it was the Georgia Dome that's where I used to work actually years and years and years and years ago. I worked for the Georgia Dome the the Georgia World Congress Center and since Olympic Park, so I'm familiar with that whole kind of campus area and I know back then I mean Georgia Dome all that is owned by the state, but Mercedes-Benz is privately owned. Do you know if off? Any of the the Congress Center staff works there also since it's so close not intimately like I think some people transferred but I mean as far as I know most people have been there since MBS was a thing. I'm not sure if any other people from Georgia Congress moved on to other projects, but I do know that they got a lot of different people from a lot of different places to kind of help build this team up. Yeah. I was just always curious about that cuz I still know a good number of people over there so long what's the best thing you would say about the work that you do? All of the work that I do is like kind of unconventional and well, I guess not unconventional like sort of a dimension sizes that I do that I work with like no one else in the world really works with these type of Dimensions cuz inside the stadium there's this song Halo board, and it's like six feet high, I think it's got like Fifty four thousand LED lights on it and the the file sizes and the dimensions that we work with are just pretty unorthodox and pretty wild to kind of like work with and when I first got started, you know someone I got trained in art school or just doesn't in designing was as the standard 1920 x 1080 and then suddenly I have to deal with sizes that are like fifty thousand nine fifty thousand five thousand or ten thousand sizes and it's kind of weird but it's also kind of cool cuz like you you kind of makes my portfolio stand out a little bit off and yeah, I guess that would be the best thing is that like I do I do the type of design that are very different than anyone else does and it may be kind of hard to put on social. Which is why I tend to put it on my website, but at the same time like not a lot of people can say they have designed the stuff that I designed and

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Britt Lyle II on design

Revision Path

08:04 min | 1 year ago

Britt Lyle II on design

"Your host Maris cherry and this week. I'm talking with Britt Lyle the second a Motion Graphics designer here in Atlanta, Georgia. Let's start the show. All right. So tell us who you are and what you do. My name is Britt Lyle. I am a motion graphic designer. I'm a graphics assistant at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Now, I've been asking everyone, you know kind of starting off for these interviews how they're sort of holding up right now, you know, we're recording this right now in late September. It's pretty easy. I think well known that we're going to be in the states for a while. Now, how have you been holding up during this pandemic? Oh, wow, there have been like there been good days and bad days. I've been holding up generally well, but like there have been, you know good days and bad days. Like I said I tend to deal with anxiety sometimes so that has been kind of a struggle wage. Kind of cope with along with like just regular anxiety Then the election and covid-19. Like one of the things I learned in grad school is like you have to take time to for yourself, especially in stressful situations. And this entire year has just been one big stressful situation off. So it's very very important to like make yourself as comfortable as possible. Especially someone who like regularly deals with anxiety and off. Yeah, so I just basically just tried to make sure that if I feel like in some type of anxiety attack coming that I make sure to remove myself from the situation and ground myself before coming back to reality so to speak gotcha. Now let's talk about your work at sports and entertainment and can you kind of briefly describe what a MB sports and entertainment is and just sort of what is a regular day like for you right now since you're working from home, so am be Sports entertainment. We are sort of like a company within a company job. We do work for the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United. My job specifically is Graphics assistant. So basically that means I help out anyone else you need help with any other big project whether it's coming up with Gameday Graphics video editing color correction or any other regular or irregular occurrence. I might occur to you today. How did you get started there on a whim a lot of a lot of the jobs that I've gotten in particularly designed jobs of Applied on a whim. So I was laid off at my previous job, which I was very very sad about and I was just applying applying everywhere that I can and I saw the post for graphics assistant at a MB. And again, it was one of those things for me. It's like I can't in good conscience past this up and say Thursday. I tried everything that I could so I apply thinking that like I wouldn't hear anything and they turned out to be one of the few people that actually gave me like like three rounds of interviews and hired me within like a month. Nice. Yeah, so you mentioned, you know kind of working on these, you know, not random projects, but you kind of work on an ad-hoc basis as an assistance. So are there any sort wage projects that you like take the lead on or you always kind of working in that second kind of capacity mostly in a secondary capacity because there are people who have been there since the building open since as soon as construction ended they hired a design team and those and some of those people have left but there are still some people have been there since its Inception and they kind of know they build out the process. They're the ones who really like all the assignments all of the the dimensions birth. All the renders all of these little details. They're the ones who built it from the ground up and I'm essentially follow the process. I'll give my two cents every now and then if I feel like it'll help but for the most part they have pretty much have like a game plan laid out for how certain things are done and how certain things are processed. And so, you know, just so folks name Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta is fairly new. I think it was opened and what 2018-2017 2017-2017? Okay, and then prior to that it not in the same space, but pretty close to it was the Georgia Dome that's where I used to work actually years and years and years and years ago. I worked for the Georgia Dome the the Georgia World Congress Center and since Olympic Park, so I'm familiar with that whole kind of campus area and I know back then I mean Georgia Dome all that is owned by the state, but Mercedes-Benz is privately owned. Do you know if off? Any of the the Congress Center staff works there also since it's so close not intimately like I think some people transferred but I mean as far as I know most people have been there since MBS was a thing. I'm not sure if any other people from Georgia Congress moved on to other projects, but I do know that they got a lot of different people from a lot of different places to kind of help build this team up. Yeah. I was just always curious about that cuz I still know a good number of people over there so long what's the best thing you would say about the work that you do? All of the work that I do is like kind of unconventional and well, I guess not unconventional like sort of a dimension sizes that I do that I work with like no one else in the world really works with these type of Dimensions cuz inside the stadium there's this song Halo board, and it's like six feet high, I think it's got like Fifty four thousand LED lights on it and the the file sizes and the dimensions that we work with are just pretty unorthodox and pretty wild to kind of like work with and when I first got started, you know someone I got trained in art school or just doesn't in designing was as the standard 1920 x 1080 and then suddenly I have to deal with sizes that are like fifty thousand nine fifty thousand five thousand or ten thousand sizes and it's kind of weird but it's also kind of cool cuz like you you kind of makes my portfolio stand out a little bit off and yeah, I guess that would be the best thing is that like I do I do the type of design that are very different than anyone else does and it may be kind of hard to put on social. Which is why I tend to put it on my website, but at the same time like not a lot of people can say they have designed the stuff that I designed and

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Dallas Cowboys make handful of roster moves, activate Brown from IR

Blogging the Boys

03:00 min | 1 year ago

Dallas Cowboys make handful of roster moves, activate Brown from IR

"Tyron Smith is now gone for the year it was announced on Friday two days ago Mike. McCarthy confirmed the report from NFL networks. Mike Fellow and Jane Slater Day before Mike McCarthy confirmed the tarrant Smith will undergo season ending surgery next week the cowboys are hopeful that he'll be back in two thousand and twenty one the Dallas cowboys already down there other offensive tackle in Lyle Collins Who Unlike Tyran Smith did not play a down this season. Also, it's worth mentioning that Travis Frederick. Retired shortly after Mike McCarthy took over as head coach his replacement if you want to call them that in Joe Looney. A sprained MC l. he is scheduled or slated I should say to miss the next two to three weeks just depends how that's going to go tyler beyond the cowboys fourth round rookie out of Wisconsin. Same place they got Travis. Frederick. Of course, seemingly is a much more stable option than anybody that's going to replace tarrant Smith or Lyle Collins but I bring all of this up to say that when my McCarthy. Signed his contract to be the head coach of the Dallas cowboys he did. So with likely knowledge that at the very least tired smitten, Lyle Collins would be playing for his football team and quite possibly unless you knew at the time that Travis Frederick was going to retire the Travis. Frederick. would be playing as well. So he's now down sixty percent of the offensive line he thought that he. Would have their many defensive players that are out Joe McCoy. One of the teams biggest off season signings is gone because he got hurt on the first day of practice and so this this team and where they are a month into the season is very different than the one Mike McCarthy sat down implant. That's all I'm saying it is definitely true that you have to adjust in the NFL. That's life things happen injuries happen with stuff happens that sports that's life like I said and so Mike McCarthy ultimately has to be held responsible for that because he's the head coach that's the hat that he wears, but it is worth saying and that's why I said now let's talk about some of these injuries and some of the roster moves the Dallas cowboys made ahead of this game on. Saturday day before this that you and I are talking day before game. Day the. Dallas. Cowboys made a handful of roster adjustments. It had been rumored all week long that Anthony. Browne would be returning from injured reserve and remember that injured reserve operates differently due to cove nineteen protocols and now nfl players only have to be on injured reserve for three weeks before they are eligible to return Anthony Brown. Is Eligible to return. It was speculated all week long that he would rejoin the cowboys they are in massive need of help in their secondary. So they officially Anthony Brown bag he is the first player that the Dallas cowboys have brought back off of injured reserve so far this season other candidates for this potential obviously include Sean Lee late and vanish. We'll see about cam irving things like that. But Anthony Brown I one. So the cowboys activated Anthony Brown. He is now part of the fifty three man roster, of course. So is Francis Bernard a fan favourite linebacker, undrafted free agent linebacker out of Utah many people, Francis, Bernard in the training camp portion of the year. Obviously no preseason he is. Now on the fifty three man roster, the cowboys have needed massive help in the linebacker. Department So far this season

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Washington, DC Water offers flood relief for homeowners

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Washington, DC Water offers flood relief for homeowners

"In the district whose homes were flooded during a massive downpour earlier this month or last month. I should say can apply for relief with D. C. Water on September 10th D. C. Residents, all mass amounts of rain. There was nowhere for the water to go. Is we had water that was backing up flooding streets, obviously, but then also flooding either overland into people's homes or coming up flooding their basements. John Lyle with D C. Water, says a program through his department will give up to $5000 to homeowners that may not be able to afford the cleanup from the flooding that day. That's not all. We will help pay for the installation of a valve to prevent sewage from backing up into your home, he seawater and other agencies are hosting community resource days in relation to that. Flood event across the district for dates and locations. Go to w t o p dot com Search water Luke

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Farming Releases Carbon From The Earth's Soil Into The Air. Can We Put It Back?

Short Wave

05:41 min | 1 year ago

Farming Releases Carbon From The Earth's Soil Into The Air. Can We Put It Back?

"Okay Dan. Let's dig in digging in return. Lol. was in Nigeria trying to improve agriculture by making the ground more fertile running into some big problems. You should know something about how he is not the sort of guy who's going to give up I am by nature. Competitive. You're either going to be in the top one, two, three, four hours you're not under survive. This attitude goes back to his childhood He grew up poor in India, his ticket out of the village was a government stipend a few dollars each month to study at university. And only keep getting that stipend if his grades were in the top five in the class I've always scared if I did not get good grades. Ira Not got these type and. So that was the motivator always. Fear. It was fear. Of Insecurity He that's. In security never really napped me even when. He found his way to the US for Grad School at Ohio. State. got a PhD in Soil Science. And so now picking up our stories back in Nigeria determined to find a way to protect the soil in his research plots. And one day. A famous scientist came to visit Roger rebel one of the pioneers in what we now call climate science. So Pretend Lau tells rebel about his problems how this organic matter just keeps disappearing. And reveal says you know the organic matter is going into the air as carbon dioxide. That's the main greenhouse gas. Any asks reten lower question. Can you put it back? Can you put it back like put the carbon back into the soil Yep? That's simple statement. Can you put it? was. My introduction. Climate and so it stuck with you. It's stuck with me. It's still there. Dude. Yeah. It sounds like a question that changed his life. Yeah. It's sort of brought together these two worlds. On the one hand there's farming which loud had been focused on and on the other hand there's climate science our heating up the globe releasing greenhouse gases and Dan this problem we should say retain was trying to solve in Nigeria where too much carbon escapes when you use land to grow food this is it's not a problem specific to one country. Oh, it's it's happening everywhere. it happens perhaps faster in Nigeria where the because of the hot climate and the physical structure and chemical makeup of the soil. But same thing happens everywhere that people are growing crops. So you know just an example, the American Midwest couple of hundred years ago when that was all covered with grass, that soil was really rich in carbon then settlers arrived plowed it all up. And immediately that released carbon dioxide into the air tons of it from every Acre of soil and today roughly half of the carbon across the Midwest is gone well, scientists have actually come up with an estimate for the total amount of carbon released from soil around the world. Since people started farming, you want hear the number of course I do. What? One hundred thirty. Billion metric tons of carbon. With the be okay. That sounds that sounds like a lot. So it is a lot. In perspective at the current rate that the US is burning fossil fuels, it would take us a quarter century to release that much carbon dioxide okayed. So Dan, you're saying that while he was working on ways to get that carbon back into the ground, how exactly did he start to do that? Okay. So this idea what people call carbon sequestration in soil really became his calling card. When he came back to Ohio state, you know to teach in the late nineteen eighties he was writing articles giving. Describing the soil as this vast global reservoir of carbon. So farmers have been depleting the reservoir releasing carbon into the air. But he started doing experiments to see if they could also refilled at reservoir with the West malts experiment. And it was setup totally back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, and nine. So, this isn't an all moon allow. He's a PhD student at Ohio State in one of lyles students. and. He is showing me one of these experiments was going for thirty years small squares of soil. Universities. Research Farm. Dedication. Experiment keep going and see these long term phenomenon inaction anyway. So some of the plots have been covered with mulch made of Straw every year others have stayed bear and those bare soil plots now contain less than one percent carbon versus the carbon content in plot the receives maximum amount of Mulch is probably upwards four percent. Okay four percent versus one percent. That's a lie. Yeah. That's actually a huge difference. If you have that big of a difference in an Acre of soil depending how deep you're measuring, that would be thirty tonnes of carbon. If you extended that across all American crop land, it would be billions of tons of additional carbon in the ground. It would cancel out the about one year's worth of the country's total fossil fuel burning. and. It also makes saw better in a fertile at holds more water contains more nutrients like nitrogen, the life blood of soil organic

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"lyle" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"lyle" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"Is rate the Powerful in practical stuff that you just laid out. Thank you so much. I'm interested to hear what have you. Learned about yourself during the process of conducting these three sixty reviews of taking the three sixty views of anything that you haven't already discussed a lessons learned about yourself along the way why I think the biggest thing. That I've learned. Steve Is. On there was a lot of people. At the end of their lives and. I mean it's been I've been privileged to be with both my parents before they passed away with other relatives in France, and you know when when people get to the end of their lives, they only regret to things that they regret not loving the people closest to better and they regret the chances they didn't take and and the sad thing is, is that most of those chances were not you know extraordinary I wished I had tried to go to space or something it was you know I I wish I had tried to be a teacher. Would have been a good teacher. You know I felt like I had a book inside of me and it never came out and you know and I think that's tragic and so I'm trying to live my life with his few regrets as possible and help others to do the same. and. So you know I think that one of the great lessons that I've learned is the things that I envy now. If I don't them I. I'm GonNa Regret them later. So when when I was a young parent and I saw fathers who had great relationships with their sons in their daughters, I envied that I'm like I wanna be that kind of A. See if I didn't address that than later in life that would have become a regret. I see you know people who you know, envy. Manage their finances well, and now have some choices later in life. Well, I realized very early on if I don't I'm not a wealthy man but. I've got some freedom to do some things because. I made some choices early on that I wouldn't have regrets as I. got into our Empty Nest, and and as I looked down the road, I don't believe in retirement but I've choices about what I WANNA do with the rest of my life. What you envy now Steve If you don't address you'll regret and then the last thing I would just say to you is you know I think everybody ought to have a mission statement I mean, that's That's in every leadership book. You read my mission statement is to equipping encourage leaders for greater back I mean that's what I wake up to do every day. That's why I feel God put me on this earth but I think everybody also ought to have a process statement. Right. So your your mission statement is is, why do you exist your process statement is what do you want that to look like are how do you want to exist? So my process statement is I'm GonNa, do really hard things with people care deeply about and I wanNA have undoing song to do hard things with people care about and have fun doing. And so. You know those two things you know you know I I wanna live life with regrets. Help others do the same I want to do hardly like you're about to have a great time doing those have been to really impactful things for my leadership journey. that. I think I would share with every human being. If a if they ask and you did. that is very, very helpful Am Glad that you open up a little bit in the mission statement and process I I don't think I've ever I. I've definitely heard people talk about. Mission statements. Wife goals in life missions but I don't think I've heard anyone couple those together. But you're staying on our message that you align behaviors at the desired results. Well, you have the desired result was the process in order to get there. So that makes sense mission process a COUPLA together. So is there anything that I missed so far in this conversation and where can people engage with you from here? We'll Steve I think first off done a great job preparing this I do a lot of these and a very few been as as well outlined Dr of I felt so well prepared for. So thank you for that I'd love to engage with people. They're really a couple of ways. One is just hit me up on email my emails lyle l. y. l. e.. At integris I N. T. E. G. R. US DOT ORG our website integris dot org if you WanNa see a little bit more about how we engage with individuals teams and then on on instagram and twitter it's simply at lead with lyle I post. Oh, two or three little leadership nuggets tweets or tattoos. We call them every week occasionally. Is My thoughts get prompted something a little bit longer, but it'd be also a great way to to stay connected to Kim you to continue to enrich some of the free market we established today allow Thank you so much for the time and those are listening I'm GONNA put. Make. Sure that the the the mission loudest shared will be in the show notes it makes us earldom to the show notes connect with wild whether it's twitter instagram or on Lincoln and shoot him an email if you're interested while thank you for taking time for this Even again in this conversation, you've impacted me personally and I know that there's going to be a lot of people listening in here that to the grabbed a ton of value. So thank you so much are traditionalist. Been My my pleasure is privileged to work with you Steve Hungry leaders of my favorite people on the world and your boat. So thank you for let me be a part of this today. Take away an action item. Now, this is difficult. It's particularly difficult because there was so much packed into that conversation but if I have to choose one takeaway, it would be this. I need to align my behaviors to get the desired result. So do my behaviors aligned with my beliefs or the desired outcomes heavy one action item I have got to write out my personal mission statement. Mission as Lyle said is why you exist and process is how you fulfill that mission. The close out our time together, I haven't ask that's a little bit different than other episodes. So if you did enjoy this conversation, here's what I'd like you to do. GO TO CCB TECHNOLOGY DOT COM slash podcast click on this episode and when the episode page loads copy the webpage address tasted into whatever social media platform you have the most influence. Now I focused only on linked in for social media but CCB in every interview we on multiple platforms. So don't forget to tag us when you post we love the encouragement and it helps spread the word about what we're doing here. And if you enjoy different episode, just do the same thing. It's fun to get everybody else involved. Until, we meet again from US here at CCB. Thanks for listening..

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"lyle" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"lyle" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"As a leader, you're responsible for setting the example for your people and the organization you represent. Now one area that will stifle any leaders growth are those dreaded blind spots. Now, most of us would agree that these are things that totally needs to be addressed. But how do you discover blind spots. I mean aren't they by their very nature things that you can't see Welcome to the impact of leadership podcast where we believe that no one drifts into excellence. I'm your host Steve Sheer and the answer is yes yes, it is true you and I can't see our blind spots but. Others can. Today's conversation, with Lia- wells president of integris leadership, and over the next twenty, five minutes or so you're gonNA. Hear how lyle helps leaders accelerate their influenced by leveraging the people closest to them. They'd be safe to say that everyone listening in is pre Miller with Myers Briggs disc instagram. But citizen a solid direction if you would. If you could please unpack what a three sixty review is also maybe you'll want it isn't. Let's start Steve with with what it isn't. You know. I think there's two words that that most of us have a little PTSD around one would be feedback right? When somebody says, Hey, Steve, are you talking to some feedback that usually never goes well You don't leave feeling. Great. In, the other history sixty because a lot of people see three sixty as a test or they see assessment as a a label or even a license and that's where I'm so glad you asked this question you know whether it's your results on Disk Myers, Briggs Ideogram it's not a label It talks about some tendencies that you have. It's certainly not a license I mean, I. I. have worked with people who think that you know hey, I'm in any one that means somebody's GonNa cry in this meeting and is not going to be me. Or I'm a High D., and that means I don't deal details I just power through a visionary I'm driven. and. So I don't have to turn in my credit card receipts. You know the goal of a three sixty isn't about how good or bad you are is how can I get better and the reason we love a three sixty is that it paints a full picture because you and I have blind spots we have blind spots in our behaviors and so. The. Goal of of our assessment is it's behavioral number one. So it's not personality based so it's looking at the specific. And how you're demonstrating and then the impact those demonstrated behaviors are having on other people. It's very helpful. So transitioning a little bit into the process and what someone might experience when taking the assessment. You unpack that a little bit dig into that, and then what goes into the results on the other end we believe that leadership is about behavior. So ultimately, as our behavior that influences other people and drives, outcomes, I mean, I can tell somebody I cared deeply about them I could even you know a ride in words send gifts whatever. But ultimately, if my behaviors don't align with my message that I care for you, people aren't GonNa believe it. You, know I can. I can have a vast amount of knowledge, steve or have a skill set that if if my behaviors don't create trust in you as a business partner as client, then the likelihood that we're going to have a long term relationship doesn't exist. So leadership is a behavior that influences others, drives outcomes. So our assessment is three hundred adjectives because adjectives. Defined behavior, and so we've linked these adjectives to specific leadership behaviors, and so it's a simple process. It takes person as you know, maybe ten or fifteen minutes but at the back end, they see not only how they see themselves. But how other people see them in those very same behavior. So it creates a process of really three simple steps. The first is awareness we. Know it to grow it so. What is my self awareness and how are my behaviors impacting other people? The second step is than action because we believe that if nothing changes nothing changes. We've got a pastor friend in the state of Texas, that he says, you know expecting different results with the same behavior that's like driving around the cul de sac of stupidity. The scenery's Never GonNa Change. So if you WANNA have different outcomes of you want have different influence on people you've got to demonstrate different behaviors and then from awareness to action once we start to change those behaviors Steve, we start to see acceleration in our impact. And our influence on those people's lives what I experienced was I sent it to think five or six people and they filled it out. describing me and then I get. The results back so then I was I was a little confused. I know that you you. You help walk me through his but when I took the I was a little confused by results the scales are different than I was expecting and I think it was actually in my own way to a certain degree. So if you could talk a little bit about how you coach people through the results and the categories that the assessment covers I, think that would be that would be helpful for folks out. There that might be like me that many misinterpret things along the way with this assessment. The first thing to understand is that the goal of any coaching process is to align your behaviors with your desired outcomes when I come to a coaching relationship with you Steve My goal is your success. You had some preconceived notions as some strong opinions about how your behaviors were impacting other people and you got some data that was a bit in conflict with that, which is okay. Again not good or bad. We just found so simple gaps and what we WANNA do then is align your behaviors to close those gaps. So again, it's not a dramatic shift we coach under the idea of compounding behaviors simple changes over time you big results, right compounding behaviors, McDonald's they're the number one gross revenue restaurant in the world. Now remember nothing on their menus more than ten dollars nothing. And yet, they do thirty, seven, billion dollars of annual revenue every year. Small behaviors very few people spending more than ten dollars, but execute over time is going to yield big results. So we looked at you and we said, let's think of so small behaviors that you can execute over time. So we look at a person's urgency in intensity. How do they value their time? We look at nurturing how do they relate to other people? We look at criticality their ability to see in solve problems their risk taking. A look at the way that they process feedback information both internally, and from others we look at dominance there need to control off. We look at deference their willingness to comply there need for change their need for order there needs to persist. So it's a fully orb sense of. You know all sorts of behaviors both how he internally processes banks risk taking criticality feedback and some bar over behaviors like how organized Ari and how well the we use.

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SF Giants Off to Successful Season Start

Talkin' Baseball with Marty Lurie

02:26 min | 1 year ago

SF Giants Off to Successful Season Start

"It's a new world of Giants baseball. And frankly, it's been a very good week for the Giants and a continued last night as the Giants beat the Texas Rangers 7 to 3. It was a close game for a while. Look like it was going to be 4 to 2 of 5 to 2. And then the things happen a little bit later. And the Giants ended up winning the game 7 to 3 over the Texas Rangers for the Giants. After that, 1st 2 games down in L. A Things are much better for them. 43 runs scored for the Giants. They've given up 50 so they have a run differential of minus seven. But you start the season might is 15 after a couple of games and you see they have whittled that down. But for the Giants last night against Texas was men and boys, really the Texas pitching staff 11 walks And a hit batter for the Texas pitching staff. Last night, Jordan Lyles was all over the place and helped the Giants tremendously with all the walks that he gave up, and for the Giants, they took advantage of it, and it was really nice to see A ball club that is doing something offensively and To those of us who've watched Giants baseball for so long. You know, that offense has always been somewhat of a question for the Giants over these last 10 or 11 years of tremendous results with great pitching. But the offense has always been a question. Now. All of a sudden the offense is leading the way and the pitching is doing fine. You know, Drew Smyly last night. We'll talk about the game. But you, smiley I ended up going four innings than leaving the game with the discomfort of the index finger. So that means a trip to a Dr Scott Hampson. I'm sure and two of the hand therapists, Nancy And I know them both very well. And he's going for an M R I on that index finger, so ligament issue or something like that. But Smiley did go four innings last night for the Giants and continue that streak of no starting pitcher going five innings. For the Giants, and that's the longest streak in the history of Major league baseball. So today they look to Jeffs a margin to try to break that. See if he can give him five good innings today. But continuing with last night, 52 at our be eyes. For the Giants to out and they got the hit to drive in a run three for 10 with runners in scoring position,

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Native advocate welcomes Washington Football Team name change

Native America Calling

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Native advocate welcomes Washington Football Team name change

"National Native News Antonio Gonzalez a native advocate is welcoming the Washington football teams announcement. Monday the team will be retiring the R. Word Name and Logo, according to a statement team owner Dan Snyder and coach Ron Rivera are working to develop a new name and design native advocate Amanda. Black Horse has been part of the change. The Name Movement including involved in litigation for fifteen years over the teams use of the R. Word Well I'm very excited and happy that teen decided to. Retire the name and logo. This is has been a long long time for me and I'm glad that. It's finally happening. I wish that the will continue to be aware of Syria typing of the people in the the branding, they will say from using any names needed team. The team announced in early July a thorough review of the name following pressure from funders and renewed calls to drop the name amid racial justice rallies, being held across the country black horse credits, the black lives matter movement for helping raise awareness of the Washington DC NFL team named I. think that really opened up a lot of. People's eyes to racial injustice and to stemming racist and. and. you know I'm I'm just? You know it's a great time, but we also must remember those who have who have been murdered because you know Oh, races and and White, supremacy and we have to be mindful that native advocates including black horse say the work to change Indian mascots and logos and professional sports, and in schools is not over as renewed calls for the Kansas City football team to drop its India Mascot and also in professional baseball and hockey. Tribal leaders are pressing US lawmakers to pass key water legislation as community struggle with water issues which have increased Dudakovic Nineteen Matt. Laszlo reports from Washington tribes across the nation earn desperate need of clean drinking water. Navajo, nation President Jonathan is recently told House lawmakers that tribes need Congress to step up. This lifesaving legislation is one house vote away from becoming a reality Ms. urge the house to pass the Indian waters right settlement extension. ACT, which would provide more than two hundred million dollars for safe drinking water, a bill that sailed unanimously through the Senate, foreign sharp is the president of the. Indian nations and the affiliated tribes of North West Indians in addition to climate change communities experience Berman disparities, involving lack of access to clean and safe drinking water, the EPA safe and clean drinking water state, revolving funds are mechanism spread wrestling these issues still other say private investments are vital to here's polar Thomas a lawyer with Arizona's possibly There has been little to no private sector, investment and tribal renewable energy projects that directly serve tribal communities and tribes have lagged behind other governments and attracting outside capital through public private partnerships. Tribal leaders are calling on. On officials in Washington to get over there partisan disagreements and include money for Indian countries, drinking water needs in the next corona virus stimulus package I'm lyles loan Washington the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe in South Dakota announced over the weekend it was limiting access to the swift community dacoven nineteen as testing a medical care is being provided last week. The tribe issued a mandatory face covering order to slow the spread of the virus, other emergency cove, nineteen safety measures will continue as positive cases on the reservation reached thirty eight as of Sunday. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.

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After a full month of protests, demonstrators bring march to Seattle mayor’s neighborhood

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

After a full month of protests, demonstrators bring march to Seattle mayor’s neighborhood

"Month of demonstrations and protest hundreds of people marched Sunday into the neighborhood where Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan lives there, demanding major cuts to the budget for Seattle police and calling on Durkin to resign. Comas. Carleen Johnson has the details. There were a couple of groups marching Sunday, one started at Magnus in Park near the apartment where Charlie the Lyles of lived when she was shot by police. Three years ago. The other group was marching near you job they met up Ended up on the street that organizer's believed to be where Seattle mayor Jenny Jerkin lived. Her address is not listed because she's a former U. S attorney wasn't clear how organizer's determined where she lived. Her spokesman said. She was not even home last night. Calls for her resignation began earlier this month when protesters took over City Hall.

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Katy Perry's Babymoon and Leo DiCaprio's in Love

Nightly Pop

02:28 min | 1 year ago

Katy Perry's Babymoon and Leo DiCaprio's in Love

"Katy. Perry maybe pregnant during the pandemic, but it's not stopping her. She shared her plans with radio host. Karen Carson. You can just like. Go to your house and go to your bathroom. When you're camping. In the wild. It's lyles. It was fun. It was a lot I was like it'll be so fun. It'll be like my baby. Moon is to go camping and then. You do everything yourself cool. Should be something. She knows before she goes camping. Surprise. Do you know what camping? I'm sorry. I meant genuine question. have either of you gone like like on a more than one night camping trip where there wasn't a bathroom wasn't a sort of water source. Yes, I grew up. That's right. We talked about Morgan, have you? Know. Haven't. So if you don't know there's an interesting thing that if you go do an somewhere and you have to go number to. Dig a hole. Beriot and then carry all the toilet paper out in like a plastic bag, so it's not just like finding a place gross thing. That's not how I would personally want to spend my baby moon. I want my baby moon to be like on a beach with like sixteen people tending to me. Digging your whole for you. Yeah, okay, we're making news. You is Leo or could finally possibly may be ready to get married if you believe people magazine's. They he's gotten serious from his main Goral Camilla marrone. What do you guys think you think he's ever going to settle down? Who Cares who cares? He's dating models. He might do that to at least seventy. Is Fine like whether he said who if he settles down or not, he doesn't have to. That's for damn sure. He definitely does not have to, but it is nice to see him with Camilla I do feel he's been satisfied with her for a lot longer than he has the other girls, so it's going to be one of those question that's asked for the rest of time regardless of people. Give you know I'd give it just as I am getting to that age where I started to wonder like all right should I start trying to settle down at all like if I want you know I. Don't know like my parents I. Think my mom's like you should big one and I see Leo and I go, maybe I don't have to. Maybe I could just win an Oscar waypoint now. Leo Honey

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Hundreds gather to remember Charleena Lyles at Seattle vigil

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Hundreds gather to remember Charleena Lyles at Seattle vigil

"A crowd gathered at Magnuson park in Seattle yesterday to remember Charleena Lyles who was shot and killed by Seattle police three years ago Victor Dempsey's with the families United for justice network these five police had responded to a report of a break in at Lyles as Sandpoint apartment they claim she lunged at them with a knife an inquest into her death is currently stalled because of legal challenges over new inquest rules in

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Lyle Waggoner, foil on 'The Carol Burnett Show,' dies at 84

AP News Radio

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Lyle Waggoner, foil on 'The Carol Burnett Show,' dies at 84

"Where you going with a record player well Mike radio in the car broke and you know how I hate to drive without music right while Wagner was the classic tall dark and handsome actor who was often the straight man on the Carol Burnett show he started as the show's announcer he left after seven seasons Wagener also played Steve Trevor in the Wonder Woman TV series that starred Linda Carter I marquees are let us

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"lyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

17:48 min | 1 year ago

"lyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Keyboard player Lyle Mays who was also an ECM artist and who was closely associated as a side man with guitarist Pat Metheny but the two of them did release an album back in the early eighties that that's all Lyle Mays get equal credit with Pat Metheny the album was called as falls Wichita so falls Wichita falls a a playful title that manage to incorporate a city in Kansas and a city in Texas into its title Pat Metheny in Lyle Mays work the credited artists they were the co composers of the music of the late none of us can sell us the great Brazilian percussionist was the other member of the band for this really kind of a one off recording the title track is a big sprawling affair but it has a very atmospheric and evocative opening and some lovely keyboard textures from Lyle Mays so let's start with that from the album called as falls Wichita so falls Wichita falls by Pat Metheny and while Mase the that Metheny on guitar the late Lyle Mays playing all of the keyboards and a collaborative record that the two of them did back in the eighties called as falls Wichita so falls Wichita falls that is the opening of the big title track of this record the two of them made they made many records together Lyle Mays was part of the Pat Metheny group but this album was one where he got equal billing with with the renowned guitarist in other some lovely music on this record that we have not heard in many a year on new sounds so it seem time to get out some of these old records from the eighties and revisit some names that were bit more familiar to new sounds listeners back then this next album was actually made ninety five but as I mentioned at the top of the show we met all four of these musicians in the early days of new sounds which started in nineteen eighty two after all why am I dating myself the album's called the sea and it's by Norway's cattle Bjorn Stott who plays the piano composes the music is also a novelist and his quartet includes the American cellist David Darling who did that one of the very first live performances in our new sound studio probably around nineteen eighty three or four Terry ripped all the Norwegian electric guitarist whose music appeared on the very first new sounds program back in eighty two and the late drummer yon Christensen who freed from keeping time was able to create a kind of sense of rolling in heaving that really supported this this picture of the sea that we get in this album by cattle Bjorn's dot so here is the seat part one that is music from the sea in nineteen ninety five record by four musicians all of whom we first heard on this program back in the eighties led by the Norwegian pianist and composer cattle Bernstadt the American cellist David Darling the Norwegian electric guitarist Terry rip doll and the late John Christensen holding it all together especially in the second half of that piece with some very impressionistic drumming which she was exceptionally good at and that's the seat part one in a moment we'll hear some more artists from the eighties as we are written through our archives on new sounds we'll hear from the Algerian female vocal trio known as juror Jorah the Syrians singer Abed Azaria a and the Japanese multi instrumentalist and dance music composer yes because stay with us for all of that I'm John Schaefer and you're listening to new sounds W. NYC celebrates.

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"lyle" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

Killer Cocktails

11:24 min | 1 year ago

"lyle" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

"And so they kinda have him up for it and in no previous record in so Eric Eric actually starts doing community service because event in but both brothers have to go see a psychologist just to see like they have to go to counseling. Yeah in the meantime the Fathers Jose starts going around to all the families that got hit. And he's like here's money. Whatever you want I'll write a check for you? Don't let this hit the media. Yeah and he was actually more upset with the brothers because they got caught then that they did it and he's like you're definitely not leaders. The shows you're not leaders. This is rife for a television miniseries. Yeah definitely so kind of paint a picture of lyle more Both brothers are are really good looking In lisle starts dating. Like Victoria's Victoria's secret models and he's doing this playboy lifestyle on the side in his parents do not agree with it so they cut him off with their credit cards. And they're like I would think that they would agree with it because of the showing of it but maybe not no because that they don't want him to be showing they want him to be successful. They want to go to Princeton. They want him to have like a girl. Good girl In the Eric is like modeling on the side. Like very lightweight like Very amateur and again Jose. It's just like catalog work. Who's not happy and these sorts accusing Eric? Being gay which in mind was not okay And then Kitty finds out that Jose has been having an eight year affair and with the woman back in New York and so kiddies world is kind of crumbling at this point. The boys are kind of going out of control What she doesn't know is that Jose also has another woman on the side in La Anymore it also having sex with sex workers on the side insatiable in so because she's so mad about what's like she can't have control over the boys she decides? I'm GONNA take the boys out of the will. And so she pulls out the will and her computer one day. Okay and her friend. Why is she doing that? The boys are getting out of control. Lyle got kicked out of Princeton. God they just quietly take them out of the will to her. That's a consequence consequence And she's saying like you're being crazy we're taking the wheel. She not sing it to their face so she's at her computer. She's changing the will and her friend is over over and she's like what are you doing. She's like I'm taking the boys out though the will they can't handle this like money and she's like lyles down the hall like I can see lyle he can hear us and she's like that's fine. He can hear he needs to know that he's not getting any of this money so she's not like saying it to them but she doesn't care that they hear over here. AH IN MY MIND to quietly do it does nothing. Yeah so kitties psychiatrist recommends that the boy see Dr Oziel. Paul and shortly after Eric Search treatment with a doctor Oziel he gives permission for him to discuss the contents of his sessions with his parents and so on July nineteenth in one thousand nine hundred nine. Kitty goes through a therapist and tells him that she fears that. Her sons are narcissistic in exhibit signs. That they are sociopaths. Issue Concerned about her husband. All that doesn't come up because he seems a little bit narcissist narcissistic as well. Yeah one hundred percent okay. But she is concerned about her kids because this other psychiatrists telling her about their session. Yeah so kitty begins to lock the door to her bedroom at night. Oh she scared She keeps was to twenty two rifles in her closet and she does not allow lyle or Eric to have keys to the house in when the brothers go out at night They they have to wake her up so she could come unlocked the door and let them in because they lived there but they're not alleged keys. Yeah K. in when a could he takes too many volumes and she's rushed to the hospital in this mess staff at the hospital she might have been trying to commit. Suicide does not confirmed and On Tuesday August Fifteenth Kitty and lyle get into this heated argument in KITTY STARTS HITTING LYLE in. She grabs his hair and pulls Sopha to pay. What in Eric's there in Eric's like what like twenty which one you can use your you know? But but like Eric is lyles brother. He had no idea that his brother were to pay. He had no idea he was starting to lose his hair so he was losing his hair and Jose saw and he's like this is not acceptable. Get Out of here have to wear to pay in so we made Ohio okay No one can be surprised by what happens. uh-huh in so that night the brothers get to talking and they're like it's just so crazy. How many secrets are within our family? Yeah this is is obviously from the boys Yeah tell as you're telling me all this I'm like I'm curious where some of the information comes from because some of you like decadent to come from within the family So it had to have come from the boys and obviously like if they're trying like spinning their side or is there truth and like a lot of this comes from that documentary tree. I Talked about in the beginning. So you some of this comes from kitties friends ultimate this comes from the boys and So the boy start talking in Erica midst till I'll that their father has been sexually abusing him. Eric Mitchell younger brother adminster older and then lyle explains that he has also been sexually abused by their father. Does this come. Maybe we'll get there when we talk about the trial. Does this come up with like. Is that over questions. Do People's people definitely question it. People go are you just trying to get away with murder Did that yeah. And we'll talk about later in so according to the brothers Jose finds out that Eric has told Late every cats out of the bag. Yeah and Jose is just like I know you're gonNa tell the people I can't have that happen inside the be. The brothers at this point can scare that Jose is gonNA stop and nothing to make sure they don't tell anybody in so A couple of days. Later on Saturday Day August nineteenth nineteen eighty-nine entire family goes out on this chartered boat in the marina and they go fishing and according to the crew Jose is in the back of the boat and fishing kitties down below because she seasick and the boys are at the bow so everyone's being separated. They said it was really weird. No one was really talking They're not a loving family. Yeah exactly Into the next day on Sunday August twentieth nineteen eighty nine. The brothers decide to kill their parents. Wow Wow so jose and Kitty are got a theory. Okay they all took seasickness pills and seasickness pills made them temporarily insane. uh-huh just the boys just the voice. Okay great we'll we'll come back to that theory brought up. Thank you Jackie and blatantly made up but I feel it has merit you should be detected so Jose and Kitty are in their den at their house and they're watching the spy who loved me in their minds lion. Eric have left for the night and so at around ten PM Lion Eric Take Two twelve gauge shotguns. In shoop also their parents these are her mom's keeps in the closet. No different Would later report hearing firecrackers. But they didn't think much of it because they're in beverly hills that and lyle says during Oh so they have this later on they obviously guilty Later on they're doing interview with Barbara Walters and While says during the interview that So they had their appearance and then they're like twelve shots in the middle of the night and no one calls. The police were waiting at the house and no one shows up in the way he said it. It's kind of like he's putting the blame name on the cops the surrounding people for not calling the cops. Yeah and that's why they had a call in Li- like we're waiting for someone to like turn Assim but no one did so we had to do it. Wow And so at eleven forty seven. Lyle calls Nine one one in you can hear the nine one one call and it's it's awful. Is he pretending like he discovered his parents saying that he did it. Like what's the what's the bent doc pretending that they came home to find that their parents had been shot talk And they're like overly screaming overly yelling hysterics all over the place. Is there like running through the house. You can hear both of them Did you listen to. It is in the interview in the documentary. Yeah so so the police arrive and they see that Jose has been shot in the back of the head Four Times in that. Kitty attempted to run away during the the Incident as she was shot in the leg causing it to break and then she was shot multiple times until they ran out of ammunition and so they had to their car reload and come back and they shot her in the head. We feel like that came up at trial And then they also shot both of them in the kneecaps to make it look like a mob hit that so it's just excessive force They picked up all the shells afterwards. And Yeah it's just you no you can't you can't recognize them and there was more force to Kitty. That's what's so surprising to me I wouldn't think that that's how one just you know everybody in their MOMS. But I don't know and we'll talk about. I have a theory and we read it later. Yeah so because both of the brothers at this point are not suspects. The cops don't bring them in okay. They're like they're like yeah. They're like why are we going to take them in for questioning when their parents. They're obviously distraught the they don't hands for ballistics then look in their car. which if they had looked at the guns to do it anyway Yeah the civil what you think happened. Also bad so in so the brothers told them you know. I think this was pet. I think it was the mafia like. Yeah and so the police Amelie start following that lead In so in the meantime Lyle and Eric now have money. Oh Yeah In they buy obviously had an adjusted the will and put it through lawyers. Well we'll get to that. Oh they actually. I'm had somebody come by on August. Thirty first to erase the files and KITTIES computer In so they start buying new suits. It's the start they bought new rolex. Watches Yeah one buys a Porsche. Another one buys a cafe So one of them by a buffalo flow wings restaurant in Princeton. He needs it. Mr Buffalo's I think that was lyle. I'm Eric Hires a fulltime tennis coach. Which is Sixty K.? A.

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"lyle" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"lyle" Discussed on KTRH

"Of Lyle Lovett I have a Mili givens and dusty and Frank as well obviously fifty years by the way fifty years that three piece band little band from Texas has played together incredible hello Billy givens Nolan Ryan when you think about the kinds of people George foreman who are what you think of when you think you used does any city have a greater group of national treasures then these sorts of people I'm a I'm just thinking of other names to add to that list pretty powerful by the way I will love I will be spending the afternoon today preparing to things for your use and enjoyment no one will be my endorsements for the run off which voting continues this week through I believe the tenth so week from tomorrow in the Houston city elections I will have those tomorrow and remote is back this evening and he will have those put if I finish this afternoon then they'll be up tonight otherwise I will commit to you tomorrow the second is and by the way I understand our our websites not the easiest to use sometimes folks get aggravated you just have to be a little patient I'm sorry if you go to Michael berry show dot com one of the options is to send me an email one of the options is to San Ramon an email in one of the options is to go through to the blog usually this sort of thing is housed I'm on the blog but you get through the website to get there it's also where you go to hear our podcast I will have those up the second thing I'm gonna do is post recommendations for show sponsors and I want you to know I cannot say this enough I don't know anybody in America and yes I'm bragging I don't know any show in America that has been more transparent an open in saying what we do like everybody else is a business and for our business to survive and thrive your support of our sponsors makes a huge difference and that is why I don't speak for a company unless I've met the owners I understand their business model I'm happy with the way they do business as not to say that every sponsor is perfect every time but if a complaint comes in the owner of the business every single time hears about it and they know if there's a complaint I expect you to at least do your best to figure out who was at fault and it's not always the case that the business was a fault sometimes the consumer has on reasonable expectations that happens but by and large were able to solve if there is a problem which is like our own little better business bureau of Michael berry show listeners and show sponsors I will have that prepared hopefully by first thing tomorrow and I will post it and if you're interested in that and you say well if I'm gonna I'm gonna do things anyway I want to support your show that means the world to me on a personal level and also on a financial level I heart radio doesn't put me I heart media doesn't put us on the air because of some amazing sense that the world will.

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"lyle" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"lyle" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Had three administrators Lyle tool to now the high school has four hundred seventy five students and five administrators data point to your point of people will say they do double duty though, Ray they do not just that. But they also have other jobs in the building. There's I'm just saying because you know, I interact with these people that hold me accountable for even having a conversation about this. I understand exactly what you're saying. So to me, it sounds like facts, and and just good information and anybody who just wants to debate with a hand. And again, they're certainly welcome to reach out to be on the show. So give out the website and just so people can find out for themselves. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's a Facebook page is yes, then the number four less Lyle to taxes and our Email address if you like is go refund me all one word. Go refunding edgy Email. Dot com. Great. Well, thank you. Ray was a pleasure. And thank you for responding so quickly, and I just we I think we all I know we both want what's best for our town. But at the same time, I'm of the mindset that we can attract more people coming to live with our brand new schools with with a reasonable tax rate. And and that's you just attract more people with that caveat in what we're doing downtown Lyle. I'm very excited about my town. So thank you again. It was a pleasure to talk to you. A pleasure. Speaking you Stephanie? Thank you again. Welcome three one five nine hundred eighty nine hundred. I just got a text from our guest who was going to be here at four. She won't get here. Two four fifteen Linda, Linda, Jernigan, look her up. I'm very excited about having her in studio. And this is a message that in my opinion needs to be heard. So we're gonna take a break right now. Three one zero five nine hundred eighty nine hundred back right after this this.

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"lyle" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"lyle" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"This. Ted talk features management expert. Elizabeth Lyle recorded live at Ted at B C G twenty eighteen. I am guilty of stacking my dishes in the think and leaving them there for hours. I fact check this with my boyfriend he says, it's less like ours and more like days, but that's not the point the point is sometimes I don't finish the job until the stack has gotten high enough that it's peaking over the lip of the sink, and my inner clean freak loses. It. This charming habit developed when I was in college, and I had tons of excuses running to class. What's one more dirty dish in the sink or my favorite think? I could save time and water. If I do them all together later. But it's not like I needed those excuses because nobody was calling me on it. I wish they had. I look back now and realize that every time I didn't put addition the dishwasher and finish. What I started it became more second nature to me. And I grew less likely to question why I was doing it today. I'm thirty something. Certified dirty dish lever and pranking this habit is hard. So when I'm not at home, avoiding the sink, I work with large complex organizations on leadership transformation and times of change. My job is to work with the most senior leaders to examine how they lead today and establish habits better suited for the future. But what interests me more than senior leaders? These days is what's going on? With the junior ones. We call them middle managers. But it's a term. I wish we could change because what they are is our pipeline of future talent to the C suite. And they are starting to leave their dishes in the sink while organizations are hiring people like me. Me to redevelop their senior leaders for the future outdated leadership habits are forming right before our eyes among the middle managers who will one day take their place. We need middle managers and senior leaders to work together. Because this is a big problem organizations are evolving rapidly, and they're counting on their future leaders to lead.

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"lyle" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"lyle" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"If you look at the differences between a you could see space they could see that there are certain places that are a lot more specific than rights that all that that doesn't want him anything mountain announce that's my problem loss people i out outta town on this well i have a big problem with this methodology to which is at it only maps in the basically north america essentially and it should be mapping the entire world i mean they're assuming the guy comes from north america the guy might have lived in asia africa god those whereas entire life and only come here recently and so it makes it look like wow he came from this is this narrow sort of geographical area in north america there's an i don't think that's at all proven eighty koreasat the one thing i will say is that i it's my understanding from that to tell reveal that it looks like he spent some time in the in the park like a couple of months before he killed himself pine went away and then return and that's the other thing is like how could that be so maybe the season that trustworthy after all well i mean it could be they came in and like hit on somebody's trailer for a couple of loansy me he was staying with somebody and not personally rejection this is a theories thing right but you know maybe he was staying with somebody and not person died and he left and then came back to kill himself because that was the last person than he cared about and those booed have been the two people that knew him beano like there are reasons we can like theorized just speculate wildly around why could have been on a in the area yeah irresponsibly i just have two more quick note before we get into the air he's our one is what we mentioned already with joe just kind of like giving us let nugget of what of murder of the idea that lyle may not have been alone on sunday night and his room the speculation coupled with him not allowing the made to come in to clean sunday night the made seeing the heat she thought that she heard.

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"lyle" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"lyle" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Since it's such a small place than it is more north it's so turla totally possible bet she just any oxen some kind of canadian to her you know there's cert there's a whole host of accents that if you're not really paying attention and they're very subtle people can incorrectly apply them to mount an another nationality they've probably has mispronounced a word or two if she's though was as i mean that's so close to canada the canadian urged the pros assad or maybe a canadian by mispronouncing lesson kitti concedes aids mispronounced with they say things like you know a boat instead of about and things like that in a after that first day the next day friday to no we didn't play too a up that it was a pretty uneventful day i've seen reports that lyle was seen pacing up and down the highway but i think that that by the serb hour i will yeah the recital highway but i actually think that that's a misunderstanding of what actually was happening which was that hotel staff reported that he was seen walking up and down hallways in like in the motel area on hallways driven their little bungalows there's i've you could call a hallway between things i would i would not calls at a hallway but i also think that if he was walking into the town he the only way to get town is to walk down the side of the highway so i think that's where that came from i just i read an interview will that will talk about a little later wilcox a woman who is the daughter of the made that found lyle and she had one of the things she says that she had seen him pat pacing up and down the hallway is what she called that so i don't know ruggeri away time true trimming the guy had no reading with euro this room while he got in favour heed the newspapers would have been other than that and you know he was paced up maybe he was waiting for the bus yeah you know or something like an on the 16th again not really totally clear what happened there are some discrepancies in reporting he was his body was found on the seventeen they believe he hung himself either really late on the night of the 16th or.

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"lyle" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"lyle" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Iraq are warm warhol's world yes so we but we're pretty sure that he was on the bus the most likely is that he was on the bus from port angeles so southbound from kent who had been from like the northernmost part of washington basically northernmost reaches yeah pretty much but actually you could have come from canada others various deported angeles for canada yeah but for all intents and purposes we can say he was most likely coming south lyle didn't have any luggage when he checked in the hotel although there is some discussion about whether or not he had a backpack eat in any case even if he did check in with a backpack it wasn't in his room when he died the only had a couple of things only two things will be besides really yeah reeling he had like some money and then a toothbrush and toothpaste was really the only things that could even qualify as personal belongings that he had in his room pretty reliable garage peter was his name yeah burger peterburg gallardon video run here so like we said he checked in the hotel on the 14th of september two thousand one he paid for one night cash but he said he was probably going to stay more nights and handed us stink three nights he was initially put in room eight which was the room that was at the very end of the rural like a motel hotel sorta it was it was almost like little cottages that were two motel rooms in a building and then there would be space between him and then another one that had two rooms and it was one of those kind of places not like the motel eight which is just one joy young at and that says is not going to have a big oh no.

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"lyle" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"lyle" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"It's just a mood of name it means nothing to me it's just it just made it up and made up the whole static family let's go ahead and talk about the events leading up to and his death and then we'll talk about some more details mental talk about theories perverts marina just like give everybody roadmap the most definitive time lay timeline we have for lyle starts literally three days before his death when he checked into the hotel that he would ultimately kill himself in he had maybe arrived by bus a few hours earlier most likely on a bus from port angeles washington which was the southbound bus heading south because port angeles is on the northern tip of the state but a bus had come in from aberdeen washington which was a northbound bus was south so young southern in the state pretty much about the same time and no when investigators checked with the two bus drivers they didn't recognize him but i suspect bus drivers don't recognize most of their unless you records rocker psalm abortion give them caused to take of who you are bradley now and it seems like lyle was a pretty non i mean he himself is not actually of a struck you will can very hour but i think he was but i think he he didn't seem to really make himself known though richer and probably the bus drivers asleep looking at your took a look at you yeah and then if you just sit in your seat quietly and get off munir normal spot your you probably not going to be noticed you don't shia but again or somebody could have just dropped him off he coulda attract or somebody actually a friend could driven them there dropped a market or he could have walked i mean probably not bore the aliens could have deposited and we don't really realize.

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