24 Burst results for "Mark Williams"

"mark williams" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | Last month

"mark williams" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Do drive carefully as the snow that has fallen in some parts of Chicagoland can make the road slick and icy because of the cold temperatures. Residents in the Inglewood neighborhood are reacting to a shooting on Christmas Eve that put a 54 year old man in the 17 year old boy in the hospital. They were fired upon while sitting inside of an SUV near 59th in Halston. Police officers nearby witnessed the crime. An officer fired shots at the suspects as they fled, no word and if anyone was struck by gunfire, WGN's Courtney Spinelli is more. The suspect car was later found abandoned. Ain't nobody just out here trying to kill people for no reason. That's what Mark Williams says, he believes, while police haven't shared whether the suspects and victims know each other, Williams and Tompkins do agree this kind of violence can put innocent people in danger. I think if we gotta get along and stop putting our differences aside, we can't get along, we can do better because we have to walk the streets. Our kids have to watch the streets. Both share, they hope to see change to make the neighborhood a safer place for everyone, including young people. Williams believes that means getting to the root causes of what's driving violence. We need better opportunities about a job. Everyone, CPG detectives are investigating. While traveling and out of O'Hare has improved since the snowstorm made its way through last week, some passengers are still experiencing issues with delays, cancellations, net logistics. WGN's Bono tumulty spoke with one man trying to get home to Romania. Instead, he's Azure hair. After spending the night stuck in Detroit with his bag and himself ending up on two different flights. I was stuck in Detroit for most more than 12 hours because overnight because they didn't give me my bag. They couldn't give me my bag. They were shorthanded on people handling the bags and stuff.

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"mark williams" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"mark williams" Discussed on WTOP

"Schedule your free in home estimate. It is one 11, a fairfax county judge has thrown out two indictments against a music teacher who's charged with sexually assaulting young students during lessons at his home. Last year, roger McKay was charged with unlawfully touching a young student during lessons at his home between 2010 and 2013. He was indicted in May. But after fairfax county prosecutors made their opening statements and trial earlier this month, a defense asked the judge to exclude any evidence other than the offense date listed on the indictment. The prosecution asked the judge to widen the date range. She said no and throughout the indictments. Sources of the prosecutor's office say they told the judge they intend to re indict McKay, no immediate comment from his lawyer. Two civil suits involving teacher sex abuse allegations at the Duke Ellington school of the arts have been resolved. One brought against former department chair Mark Williams by an unnamed woman now in her 30s was tossed out by a judge last month over a statute of limitations issues. In dismissing the case, the judge noted that doing so does not exonerate the school or Williams, a separate civil suit also appears to have been settled. Williams resigned from the school in 2019 and is still under criminal investigation. Don't forget about free

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"mark williams" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

03:09 min | 6 months ago

"mark williams" Discussed on The Media Show

"It's all of these things that we can all identify with. But the stakes are the highest they can possibly be because it typically ends in somebody losing their life. And I think it's that high stakes and that compulsion to understand extreme behavior and also I think to some extent a biological addiction to fear. I think that fear is one of the most powerful emotions that we can feel. I think we are biologically hardwired in some way to seek it out in an odd way. And I think true crime, particularly podcasts, they allow you to dip your toes into some of the scariest things that a person can possibly imagine. And then it allows you to turn it off after an hour or so. And walk away and just go back to your normal life. And I think it is that proximity to the ultimate most scary thing you can imagine, but doing it from the relative safety of your house is what also makes it compelling for you. I mean, I guess it does it taps into very primal guttural instincts that we all have. And Mark Williams Thomas, you know, I want to bring you in here because in many ways your veteran in this area you've been investigating and making programs about some of the UK's biggest criminal cases since well before this boom. You

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"mark williams" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

05:49 min | 8 months ago

"mark williams" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"Where are we at with Chicago Bulls? Where do we mark or worry at in general? I'm locked mark Williams here because I thought that I wasn't quite sure that the Knicks and the spurs were going to take bigs and I had Mark Williams dropping. I do think that there was some interest in Mark Williams. Had he got into 18. Like they could use a versatile wing just like every other team in the NBA could. That makes sense. And you guys. Yeah, like guys that I considered mocking here were like malachi branum, Dale and Harry, even Thai Thai tune extent. I considered the thing I was told the bulls were like kind of looking around at different trade options as well. I don't know if that's going to come to fruition here. But yeah, like, you know, branum, Dale and Terry tie tie. There are a number of guys Blake Wesley semi local. Likewise, I think we and one of the monks last one or two. I picked Blake wise. They believe for that spot. Because Lonzo Ball has been injured and he can slide in there for some minutes, next to Zach lavine. I don't have a great feel on this one. Could it be one of the guards? That's what I would guess if I had to, some deal and tie tie, Blake Wesley combination here. Knockout random. We called this last week too, is the guy that can kind of take a little bit of a tumble. Being 17 isn't really a full tumble. There's a time a month or two ago when it was, he was the Jalen Williams. He was the guy that was going to be tenth or 11th. Differences in pre draft, differences in preparation maybe. I don't want to overthink or wax on it, but yeah, those kind of ships passing in the night here. All right, producers Zach is telling us the pick is in. But the commercial is there. But I think what's good about and we don't have to go too crazy about how random is it's better for him to get a little bit later in the draft with a little bit more of a veteran team where he doesn't have that heavy expectation and burden to carry it. Even Jalen Williams got in a good spot where you're in Oklahoma City and you have the scores already just go be you. But I'd rather take malachi brand up here at 18 to 22 than I would from 8 to 12 despite my big board looking otherwise I'm very high in branum. He pans out in time. I have 9 to ten. Yeah. I'm a little bit lower. I mocked branham at 19 on my last mock. So we'll see if that ends up coming to fruition. Here for the bulls, it would make sense. They could use another wing that can score, right? And I honestly, I can't imagine a better person for him to learn from in terms of footwork, given how mid range heavy he is than demar Derozan. But look, if they're trying to have someone who can help this core grow around Zach lavine around demar Derozan, I don't know, I kind of dig Dale and Terry here. But I also like dalen is my second highest player left. So I don't know. I don't know what to think here. I don't either..

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"mark williams" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:34 min | 8 months ago

"mark williams" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"I would also stay away from, I don't know if Zack's going to flash out Jalen Durham's number. But I would absolutely stay away from the big market right now because if San Antonio goes big, it pushes up everyone like Mark Williams probably goes 13 and that creates an under. If Jalen Duran goes 9 or 11 or if Jalen Durham doesn't go 9 or 11, it probably pushes Jalen during the 13 and then Mark Williams down the board a little bit more. I think it's very, very difficult to gauge. The way that the big market is going to shake out on draft night. I would go over and the reason I do is if it's things stay, remain as they are. I don't, where Oklahoma City is drafting before and 12 could be in play for some action there. I don't think they take a big, I don't think Charlotte having 50 knowing Cleveland probably won't take one at 14, so I would go over. So here's my thing. I see that Jack V also commented on the they won't take a big thing at 14, right? If I'm Charlotte, I am taking my bigot 13 if I am taking a safety. If you really like them, if that's a good guy, you're enamored. We gotta do it, yes. Because then you run the risk of Cleveland getting bowled over by an offer by a team trying to jump you at 15 with everyone knowing in the process that someone that you're taking a bigot 15 basically. Look, this is a game theory podcast, right? I think you've got a little bit further and think about the way this would work. If Charlotte is going to take a big, I bet you they will take him at 13 unless there are two of them on the board. If there's two of them on the board, there's both Mark Williams and Jalen Durham left. They say, hey, they're pretty close, but we like this swingman this way more. We're going to take it at 13 Cleveland, whatever. If you want to trade away and then take Mark Williams and spoil the party fine. Darren's there at 15. But if one of those two during Williams goes earlier, then yes, possibly. Short answer over for me. Okay, Zach, give us another one. Jalen Darren. Of course he did. Over ten and a half, I'm staying away from this..

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"mark williams" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

03:52 min | 9 months ago

"mark williams" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"I do think I've marked slightly higher. The reason that I have mark higher is because I think he is much better positionally. I think he's much better in terms of just having different types of variable pick and roll coverage. And part of this could just be Memphis decided to drop the whole year and they didn't really like they did some other things. And I thought that Jalen got very heavy footed and handsy out on the perimeter. And Mark can get a little bit handsy, but it's not quite as bad. I think his positioning is better. I think his feet are just as good as jail ones. And I think that he just has better tools. Like, Mark Williams has elite physical tools. He's a 9 foot 9 standing reach that is bigger than all but one person in the NBA. And that one person might be out of the NBA next year. So it's hard for me to look at Mark Williams in jail endurance and say, oh, Jalen Durham is the upside play. When Mark just kind of has better tools than what that does. I have them very close. I don't think there's an enormous difference between them as prospects that I think that where Jalen actually does succeed over Mark is he has more offensive skill. And there's a little bit more offensive firepower there. With what Jalen might be able to short role eventually in past and he might be able to put the ball in the deck once. You know, to finish, I don't think Mark is going to really be able to do any of that. I think mark's going to be very limited offensively. But he might be so big and so long and so athletic that that limited offensive skill set. He might just be great at it. And make it work. I keep going back and forth, but I do think there is a genuine case. Yeah, and Mark two. If you're just the rim runner lob finisher, but also rim protector in your wings and guards who just do their thing and then be in the dunker spot ready to go when the defense collapses and throw at the rim. Great, take that guy. Okay, this is a fun one that you're going to be able to answer a little bit more than me. I can say what I think of it. But from Michael Roth at Mike Roth OU after 24/7 has unleashed their new 2023 prospect rankings, which I assume is for high school..

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Duke beats Texas Tech 78-73 to send Coach K to Elite 8

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Duke beats Texas Tech 78-73 to send Coach K to Elite 8

"Arkansas beat a number one seed in the tournament for the first time knocking out Gonzaga seventy four sixty six JD notate had twenty three points seven rebounds and six assists for the Razorbacks diesel we came here to do co said before we left Fayetteville if we want to win and then don't get on the plane so I feel like week brought it the whole time we hear Jaylen Williams chipped in seventeen points and grabbed thirteen rebounds as Arkansas reached the regional final for the second straight year you could dance to the elite eight in its final season under coach Mike she chef ski Jeremy Roach had a pair of buckets while the blue devils put together a late seven O. run in a seventy eight seventy three victory over Texas tech Polemon Carroll led Duke with twenty two points Mark Williams scored sixteen Roach added fifteen I'm Dave very

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"mark williams" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:38 min | 11 months ago

"mark williams" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"Okay, we are back. My question for you Matt penny, who is the player that helped themselves most in your mind this weekend? My mind or just what I think like the general scouting world's mind. As I wrote an article about it, I didn't want to read it because I knew we talk about guys helped hurt. Is this just me personally or what I think is too bad? Why not? We have all the time. We actually do. I have a weird, not weird one, but probably like a non traditional one. I'm gonna go with Mark Williams from duke. And he was great. He was great. The reason I say this is it 15 points 8 rebounds 5 blocks. And all the stuff we said about Apollo, a lot of it worked because Mark Williams was there to rip the rim off, or then block down the other end and take off. And that coincided with walker Kessler not playing great. He had two points to rebounds whose over 6 shooting. He wasn't the same player from a month ago where he was named SEC defensive player of the year. I have those guys right here and it's like, I know it's one game or we're advocating for people not doing this, but I watched that Mark Williams game. I'm like the translation for him as an NBA 5 is so much more seamless than it is for walker Kessler. So in my mind, in terms of my draft ranking and evaluating, I took the most out of Mark Williams positive performance based on the guys that are random and how he was still effective and we're not running plays for Mark Williams. He saw it 15 points. Yeah. No, I think that's right. I think Mark Williams really, really helped himself this weekend. I thought he was outstanding on defense. Two games that don't really put him in difficult positions. Michigan state did run a ton of ball screen actions. Like they probably put him through, I don't know, 60 ball screens, 50 ball screens, it felt like. And I thought he did a really, really good job defending. But between Marcus Bingham, who's just a bit too inconsistent. I think like you're not real worried about Marcus Bingham, even though I thought he played well, and that duke game. And Julius marble, like, you're letting those guys shoot at the end of it. Yeah, of course. Of course..

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"mark williams" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"mark williams" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"Yeah. We do. We really do. Early in the season, I was kind of like, well, you know, like on what level should we just trust Scott drew, like Scott drew's playing Kendall Brown, just drastically more than he's playing Jeremy sohan, but as the season has over the last 5 games, I think they played like, if not the exact same number of minutes, it's like within two or three minutes of one another. So they're both playing a crazy amount of minutes now. I don't know. I don't know. It's a Kendra also had a great night last night. Like 29 or something like that. It took 1718 shots. So it was more guard based than it generally can be. Yeah. Okay. So you're going to make me go now at number. Yep. Oh, God. This is gross. Number 18, I'm going to go Mark Williams. That's why I had I like centers. This is the this is the opinion of game theory podcast. I love centers. Center theory. No, Mark Williams is a terrific terrific rim protector. He's a terrific rim runner. He's been in double figures, I believe in four or 5 straight games at this point, where he is just comfortable. Like you know that you're getting on a team where he plays as the 5th option offensively. Every single night because they have so many guards and perimeter players that are going out to score. You know you're going to get ten points literally just off of offensive rebounds and runs through the rim and out in transition. It's literally the role he's going to play in the NBA. And we're getting to watch it. He is an incredibly effective rim protector. He's one of the, I don't know, ten best defensive players in college, basketball. Absolutely like that. Great measurements, 7 foot tall, 7 foot 7 wingspan. I think he is still just figuring it out at this point too. Like he is still a higher upside beyond what we've seen so far. As he continues to learn, okay, I need to be in this spot and drop coverage. I need to be here rotationally on the weak side. He still misses a few of those from time to time that I think take him below walker Kessler a little bit in terms of overall defensive effectiveness within the college basketball setting. But his ceiling is higher than walker Kessler on defense because he says the better measurables he has better athleticism. I have him like one spot ahead of walker Kessler right now..

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"mark williams" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"mark williams" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"Yeah. We do. We really do. Early in the season, I was kind of like, well, you know, like on what level should we just trust Scott drew, like Scott drew's playing Kendall Brown, just drastically more than he's playing Jeremy sohan, but as the season has over the last 5 games, I think they played like, if not the exact same number of minutes, it's like within two or three minutes of one another. So they're both playing a crazy amount of minutes now. I don't know. I don't know. It's a Kendra also had a great night last night. Like 29 or something like that. It took 1718 shots. So it was more guard based than it generally can be. Yeah. Okay. So you're going to make me go now at number. Yep. Oh, God. This is gross. Number 18, I'm going to go Mark Williams. That's why I had I like centers. This is the this is the opinion of game theory podcast. I love centers. Center theory. No, Mark Williams is a terrific terrific rim protector. He's a terrific rim runner. He's been in double figures, I believe in four or 5 straight games at this point, where he is just comfortable. Like you know that you're getting on a team where he plays as the 5th option offensively. Every single night because they have so many guards and perimeter players that are going out to score. You know you're going to get ten points literally just off of offensive rebounds and runs through the rim and out in transition. It's literally the role he's going to play in the NBA. And we're getting to watch it. He is an incredibly effective rim protector. He's one of the, I don't know, ten best defensive players in college, basketball. Absolutely like that. Great measurements, 7 foot tall, 7 foot 7 wingspan. I think he is still just figuring it out at this point too. Like he is still a higher upside beyond what we've seen so far. As he continues to learn, okay, I need to be in this spot and drop coverage. I need to be here rotationally on the weak side. He still misses a few of those from time to time that I think take him below walker Kessler a little bit in terms of overall defensive effectiveness within the college basketball setting. But his ceiling is higher than walker Kessler on defense because he says the better measurables he has better athleticism. I have him like one spot ahead of walker Kessler right now..

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"mark williams" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"mark williams" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"Yeah. We do. We really do. Early in the season, I was kind of like, well, you know, like on what level should we just trust Scott drew, like Scott drew's playing Kendall Brown, just drastically more than he's playing Jeremy sohan, but as the season has over the last 5 games, I think they played like, if not the exact same number of minutes, it's like within two or three minutes of one another. So they're both playing a crazy amount of minutes now. I don't know. I don't know. It's a Kendra also had a great night last night. Like 29 or something like that. It took 1718 shots. So it was more guard based than it generally can be. Yeah. Okay. So you're going to make me go now at number. Yep. Oh, God. This is gross. Number 18, I'm going to go Mark Williams. That's why I had I like centers. This is the this is the opinion of game theory podcast. I love centers. Center theory. No, Mark Williams is a terrific terrific rim protector. He's a terrific rim runner. He's been in double figures, I believe in four or 5 straight games at this point, where he is just comfortable. Like you know that you're getting on a team where he plays as the 5th option offensively. Every single night because they have so many guards and perimeter players that are going out to score. You know you're going to get ten points literally just off of offensive rebounds and runs through the rim and out in transition. It's literally the role he's going to play in the NBA. And we're getting to watch it. He is an incredibly effective rim protector. He's one of the, I don't know, ten best defensive players in college, basketball. Absolutely like that. Great measurements, 7 foot tall, 7 foot 7 wingspan. I think he is still just figuring it out at this point too. Like he is still a higher upside beyond what we've seen so far. As he continues to learn, okay, I need to be in this spot and drop coverage. I need to be here rotationally on the weak side. He still misses a few of those from time to time that I think take him below walker Kessler a little bit in terms of overall defensive effectiveness within the college basketball setting. But his ceiling is higher than walker Kessler on defense because he says the better measurables he has better athleticism. I have him like one spot ahead of walker Kessler right now..

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Griffin hits 5 3s, No. 6 Duke beats Syracuse 79-59

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Griffin hits 5 3s, No. 6 Duke beats Syracuse 79-59

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Coach K back, No. 8 Duke rolls inside to beat NC State

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Coach K back, No. 8 Duke rolls inside to beat NC State

"Mark Mark Williams Williams just just missed missed a a triple triple double double Apollo Apollo Ben Ben Carroll Carroll had had a a team team high high twenty twenty one one points points as as eighth eighth ranked ranked Duke Duke beat beat North North Carolina Carolina state state eighty eighty eight eight seventy seventy three three Williams Williams had had nineteen nineteen points points eleven eleven rebounds rebounds and and eight eight blocks blocks in in the the return return of of head head coach coach Mike Mike Gesicki Gesicki who who missed missed one one game game due due to to a a non non cove cove illness illness I I had had so so many many of of those those symptoms symptoms and and are are really really almost almost I I have have no no energy energy at at all all and and just just to to save save them them I I couldn't couldn't keep keep my my eyes eyes on on the the blue blue devil devil shat shat over over fifty fifty eight eight percent percent Duke Duke had had a a season season high high fifty fifty eight eight points points inside inside freshman freshman turquoise turquoise Ian Ian Smith Smith scored scored nineteen nineteen points points for for the the ninety ninety nine nine wolf wolf pack pack Duke Duke is is fourteen fourteen into into overall overall foreign foreign one one in in the the conference conference I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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"mark williams" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"mark williams" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"So Michael Collins, I'm always fascinated by where the hell you are on Planet Earth and who you're with. So where are you and what's happening? Okay, right now I am in the media center right off of the 18th green at the Ritz Carlton golf club in Orlando as the week of the PNC championship gets underway. Michael Collins was a professional golf caddy for ten years and is now the host of America's caddy. On ESPN+. And I am in the media center with one other human being, and that's Mark Williams from the PGA Tour. And so we're kind of sharing stories and ironically, his desk is right by a copier and then there's a vent for air conditioning that Mark has now called his escape pod. So since Tiger Woods records said maybe announcement that he's gonna play late, of course, he makes the announcement after the deadline to get your media credentials has passed. So Mark is the guy who has to deal with the 27,000 people swearing that they are writers for horse and hound magazine that now need to come here and get inside the roast. So when 38 people walk in that no one's ever seen before, he's just gonna move the copier and jump down the escape hatch. Yeah, it feels like you should probably make sure that that copier, which I didn't really know was still a thing in 2021. Also isn't just a secret container for a journalist who was also laid in applying for this credential. Like, are there people in there already? It's like waiting you guys out. I didn't think about that. A mark Pablo said you should check the copier because people might be hiding in there. That was the way you a real Ocean's Eleven scenario. Michael Collins. It's.

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No. 5 Duke holds off No. 1 Gonzaga for 84-81 victory

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

No. 5 Duke holds off No. 1 Gonzaga for 84-81 victory

"Follow Ben Carroll scored twenty one points to lead number five Duke over top ranking jacket eighty four eighty one the Bulldogs clawed back from a nine point second half deficit to take the lead but the blue devils closed on a thirteen nine run Wendell Moore junior scored twenty points and Mark Williams added seventeen with nine rebounds for the blue devils do took control of the seventeen six run after the zags scored the game's first four points Julian Strother leg inside with a career high twenty points and ten rebounds due to me added seventeen points and Chet Holmgren had sixteen points for the zags I'm Dave Ferrie

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"mark williams" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"mark williams" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"A mark williams dana sixty rear end. Forty split axles spool with for eighty eights latter part suspension coil. Over shocks in the rear and the body. It's got a fiberglass hood front fenders trunk lid bumpers an entire liftoff front end and on the inside. We have an eight point. Mild steel cage. And it's a elapsed times. It's running about six point two in the eighth mile at one hundred and thirteen miles an hour and about nine six in the quarter at one hundred thirty six with this big five forty cubic. Big lock So you gotta stroke her in this thing. it's Actually oh that's pretty cool if you see the firewall it's got some ten work done. That's been bead role and it looks like it says power back there behind the engine. That's pretty cool Scar means business and for sixteen grant. I mean When i saw it. I was like okay. What's the catch. And unfortunately you know without seeing the car you know. Let's just assume that everything looks good. Let's assume that the body from what i can see the bodies in pretty decent condition. Let's get let's get up close and personal these pictures here. So it's got a full fiberglass hood all pinned on like i said it's the hemi superstock hood which looks really good full tilt front end or removal front clip. So that's awesome Looks like it's got old school center. Lines the auto drags and it just means business. I don't know if it street legal or not. Just based on looking from what i can see. It's probably not street legal but It definitely looks like some fun for sixteen thousand dollars at the track. You know what i mean. It's got the shut off there on the back bumper fat tire in the back. It will drag slick Sixteen grand gets you to the track. Nine seconds looks like there's a little bit of damage on the passenger rear quarter but maybe a little a few paint chips on the trunk but it looks pretty good..

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"mark williams" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"mark williams" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

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"mark williams" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"mark williams" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Keeping connected what people have lost that connection and you can recreate it even like this. I've never met you kevin. But now i see your face. I see her expression. Were having a nice conversation. We feel connected way more than we did before forty five minutes ago. That's a fact. So that even this little bit of connection goes a long way so create that connection but you have to be purposeful about it for sure and it has to be regular and consistent much like rewards and recognition if you do something on a half. Baked infrequent aren't used to that. So this working remotely requires maybe. It's a team huddle every morning for ten minutes if nothing else just to check in over teams or whatever bidet you're using maybe it's once a week at the end of friday where you have a team huddle over teams you talk about the week but it has to be purposeful. It has to be on a regular basis and consistent those are those are the ways to succeed in the future. Because i think there's going to be a lot more of this not a lot less and in fact that's one of the things we're doing it brokers internationals introducing new remote working al-aziz to provide people more opportunity to work like this but it does require different management skills and much more leadership in an environment like this but i think those are some of the ways that we can do it so i put jewish questioning up here. He says. and you've answered this in part. But i want to just call it out in the. You wanna add in answering joe here. What advice would you give to new leaders when trying to balance lead versus manage especially in the new remote world. Anything you would add to what we already said. You bet great question. Joseph number one thank you for for writing in we really appreciate it But more importantly as a new leader. I would sit down with a with mine new team and i would describe the rules for working with me or this. How do i work more. My expectations with respect communication. If i sent you a text.

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"mark williams" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"mark williams" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Don't bring your into the office but you also have to be managed by someone that believes that as if you were. If you're managed by someone who believes you come in i and if you're not feeling well i'll send you home at again. Can against small examples. That again can provide a little bit of conflict in a less desirable working environment just again. Another small example of where. Your own personal values emphasized on your team can have some very big effects both positive and negative. We're talking about the author of the book lead. Don't manage here. You can see it and so mark. Another one of the areas in the book that i really liked was your chapter of out leadership alliances. I have long said that being a leader is is a pretty lonely place to be people that haven't been one or aren't one. Don't understand that let's talk about this. I love actually love this this this way of talking about it and i think it's one of the things in the book that perhaps is the most uniquely stated of anything so let's talk about why it's important what you mean by them and how we build them. Sure so i. I did get the benefit of working. A very large organization insurance company two thousand employees lots of different divisions and everyone can agree that at certain points in time you need other departments and or other leaders to help you accomplish your job so for example i worked in sales but oftentimes some of the people i was helping or servicing needed help in new business totally different department but of course i wanted to provide the solution and oftentimes me having a very good relationship with the people. Running new business granted me the ability to get things done because they liked me because i knew them as i cared about their people and their teams so sometimes it's a favor a true shoulder tap where i'm saying. Hey i'm in a pickle. I need some help in you. Help me do this. And because they liked me and because we had a relationship and because i cared about their employees and their employees knew it putting my request at the top of the stack was a huge benefit. Me super small example of how me having an alliance with someone another department allowed me to accomplish something that a different manage earn different department. Who wasn't quite as i'll say well liked could accomplish the same things i did simply because of those alliances again small example but we all know we need others to help us get work done and the more alliances you have the better off in my opinion and so what that's saying i think to us and i'm going to ask a follow up your second but what that's saying to us is that if we don't invest the time in those relationships we don't reap those benefits and in the end. Everybody is winning right. You're it's helping you but it's you. You're going i and offering help to others i and by doing that. You're creating a win for everybody. You bet you bet so as you're describing all of that. I'm sure that many are thinking about it. And whether they're watching us you know this is live near the very end of march twenty twenty one but we also know that It won't be till june until we put it out on the podcast itself by the everybody. The reason why you should sign up at remarkable podcasts dot com slash dinner remarkable podcasts dot com slash facebook. Because then you.

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"mark williams" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"mark williams" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"He is the author of a book called lead. Here it is lead. Don't manage a lesson. Twelve lessons in creating a leadership culture based on core values mark welcome. I'm glad you're here kevin. Thank you very much for having me. I'm super excited to be here. So thank you very much all right. We got folks from the congo with us. I'll just let everybody see that so there. You go from brazil in the congo with welcome. Yon and so everybody. I'm so glad that you're here. I'm so excited to talk to you. Mark i've read the book. And i really want a one of the things you asked me before we went live about how long i've been doing this. And we haven't done of live for all of the time but we started doing episodes with guests in july of two thousand sixteen. So we're coming up on five years. It's hard to believe. And one of the things that i wanted to do from the very beginning was to create a a show where we could have bows leadership experts but also expert leaders. And i'm going to put you in both camps. You're obviously the expert user wrote a book. But you're you're a working leader every single day and in many ways. That's why i wanted to have you here. So before we get in to depth about and really like you just tell us a little bit about your journey sorta. I said twenty five years in the insurance business as some i. You know some short form but you probably didn't come out of school thinking this we're gonna end up or you certainly when you were ten. You're saying i think i'm gonna be in an insurance agency and right about interest business in write a book so tell us about your path a little bit about your journey sure. Thanks for the opportunity. So full disclosure. I must admit. I do come from an insurance family. Well so i was wrong. I'll i'll give your so. My father who is will turn eighty. This year is a financial professional at sells insurance products. Up my mother for a very short period of time property casualty insurance agency have a sister who works for a Insurance company that we represent so insurance has always been a part of our family..

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"mark williams" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"mark williams" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Onto the remarkable leadership podcast. We are here each week. To help you lead more confidently and make a bigger difference both professionally and personally. This episode is sponsored by kevin's free weekly newsletter. Unleashing your remarkable potential which is full of articles and resources to help you become a more confident and successful leader. Sign up by going to remarkable. Podcasts dot com forward slash newsletter and. Now here's your host kevin. Hey everybody welcome to another live. I'm glad to have you with me. Do you wanna learn today from seasoned leader and ceo. You want to think about some important lessons for us as leaders and managers within your an exactly the right place. Welcome to another live episode of the remarkable leadership. Podcast you can get all future live episodes and therefore interact with us and see them sooner. If you're listening on the podcast by joining our facebook or linked in groups just go to remarkable podcast dot com slash facebook or remarkable that a podcast dot com slash linked in to do that. And while you're here if you're with us live imagine that you're joining us for a cup of coffee. Just share your questions. Your comments in ideas. I'll be able to see all of those and all of.

Jamie Bristow Talks About  Developing Agency In Urgent Times

Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

06:12 min | 2 years ago

Jamie Bristow Talks About Developing Agency In Urgent Times

"Our guest today is jamie bristowe jamie. Welcome to the podcast. Glad to have you here. I need to be here so we're gonna talk about a few different things today. One will be the mindfulness initiative and want to hear more about that and then in particular one of the documents that your group has recently published. But i'd like to start by just helping the audience get a little bit more understanding about you and your background with mindfulness. Okay So i've been the director of the mindfulness initiative sort of work backwards if that's okay and so i've been the director of the mindfulness initiative which is like a policy institute think tank working with politicians primarily in the uk but also around the world for getting on for six years And i've been working in the mindfulness field. I guess for a few years more than that. I was the business. Development director had space Back in the days when has faced with like seven people in five desks north in london rather than the big Sort of global brand. That has become today and previous to that. I was trying to find my way into sharing. I learnt myself huge impact. It had them how to my life. I was lucky enough to Learn to meditate. When i was a student at university so i was a fresher. Eighteen years old and didn't think much of it was just like another experience like join only different societies to try. Try out different. Things ultimate frisbee or amateur dramatics. Meditation was just like one of those things along for like. Oh wow i can. I can close my eyes radically alter my subjective experience just by applying myself that's cool And then kind of forgot about it because there were so many other exciting things to and dive into well. I knock him dipped in and out of it but it wasn't until i had my first like graduate graduated job. I was a young advertising executive. Just really going to be graded advertising and I was working on like a nissan misano. Nissan is he saying this in the states at the time like descending. suv's essentially and I was really stressful. Like i'm struggling to concentrate. The lifestyle was cheering me up to an extent and so i really at that point started to really invest in it rather than being in thing. I did now again. Became a regular practice. And i as it's been charted in the academic literature people often start for self-regulation benefit. You know for me. It was it. Was the attention thing like i needed to i. I as a kid i was. Add at the end of the spectrum so i Got myself regulation benefit. I could concentrate but then it then you know develops center from self regulation to self expiration and then like wow. There's much more to me. And to and to life. I guess than i thought that was and then moving on from that to self transcendence of because if the final of the three raises the phases. The one one paper has charted. And sure i started practicing for reasons other than myself I'm that she had the advertising world wasn't wasn't right for reasons. The myself is So i left. That world went into climate. Change campaigning And through that like realize. What a piece of mindfulness was for me in making that journey from sending. Suv's to selling responsiveness to climate climate crisis And and so yet. That's that's why. I find my way into doing what i'm doing now. Really the kind of social implications of widespread contemporary give a practices. Jimmy thank you so much for that background. And it's it's fascinating to hear different ways. Each person may find some value in this that we might be brought to it for a particular reason. Focus and then. It's oh my there's more stuff here to hearing about your time in head space. Andy putty comas. One of the first interviews. I did another pug guests many years ago before it got really really big. And so with that you've had this practice that's been part of your life that has been beneficial transformative to you and then along came in some fashion. The mindfulness initiative. How did that get started. While i was working head space at the time and i was invited by chris. Colin who's leading teacher at oxford. Mindfulness center and i'm teaching politicians in the british parliament From he and mark williams from about two thousand and his spring two thousand and thirteen a year or so later. Those who who. Who had been on a mindfulness course started to become interested in the science behind what they've found and what the policy implications might be. Because often you know when you find that it's really helping you know about is. How do i get this. You know and you reach for the most obvious thing you bring into your school or you tell you family about it but politicians that like the policy lever is like you can. How do we get this into

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Can an app make the call on baseball umpires?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:10 min | 3 years ago

Can an app make the call on baseball umpires?

"It it's like money ble for Umpires from American public media this is marketplace tack demystifying the Digital Economy. I'm gotten wrong I asked Williams what's the idea behind turning the spotlight on the Yom's umpires on average make fourteen bad calls a game so that's make those instances less frequent over the summer robot umpires helped officiate minor league game the goal is not only to improve accuracy the calls but despite on behind home plate I think there's a great opportunity here as well just for fans to learn more about how it is to be an umpire the profession itself and Technology that tells you where the strike zone is and shows you the accuracy rate but yet behind home plate these umpires have to do it the old fashioned way just by human judgement and they WANNA make it free right well baseball is a game of nights and nine innings nine people in the field and I thought ninety nine cents was roughly one point six errors per inning that can dramatically impact game so it's really interesting to say will what areas are they weakest in market inefficiencies and squeeze every last bit of productivity out of their players but another issue is when an umpire gets a call wrong and Major League Baseball is trying years and I'm sure by fans that the Jacksons are occurring in part because of disputes of calls behind home plate so there is a need to improve what's going on all that can be used by major league baseball could be used by themselves really the study they're blind spots areas where they could improve that was going to ask you about the scrutiny this year was over two hundred twenty ejections it was thirty five percent greater than it was last year so there is increased frustration by players and manager how could improve it. I was GONNA ask you you of course are a finance professor this APP is it's going to cost us a book to to download former dramatically behind home plate there is no technology at all the fans when we're watching on TV or if you're livestream and you have access it up the game to get more butts in the seats Boston University professor Mark Williams thinks there's a way to use technology to make human better at their jobs before we turn the reins over to the bots he launched an APP that serves as a kind of digital baseball card for empires it's called up scores you can see how many calls have given empire has historic right proverbial emails and letters about that aren't doing the job right well the hope here is that this APP is really going to highlight those really strong ops and also give a tool vampires and how it could change the game it sounds like you think they do need more help from technology is that fair absolutely I think human collaboration with technology will improve outright it this labor of love I I don't expect to break even at all on this but I do expect to help fans and hopefully better the game through the for example some do really well in domes others not so much scrutinized to that extent where coaches are throwing red flags and asking that A strike call be reviewed well right now the Jackson rates humans make mistakes are we worried about sort of call reviews and things like that like we see in in certainly the NFL I mean our umpires going to be range of being able to jump Mark Williams developed an APP called up score grades umps and also shows us that weather conditions affect certain empires just like it does the player now for some related links Williams a red sox fan told me that he imagines one day fans will turn his into a sort of fantasy sports game so instead you know there are certain ups for example that do very well in certain parks there's certain upset do very well with certain pitchers and certain teams so the data's there drafting a shortstop and getting points when he hits a homer you'll be drafting umpires get points for their accuracy behind the plate it sounds crazy but I also thought I'd Rabin a fantasy Gulf league and if you're not into fantasy umpiring quite yet you might be interested in a different new Athens evaluates a pitcher's performance instead in all I'm doing is really creating the analytics so is mlb going to ask you if if they should be using this app they are the are the fans going to be able to sort of called pitch greater there's a piece about it on the ringer it was developed by Wayne boil a long island engineer who spent decades designing audio equipment he only at the APP to help his kid make his high school baseball team. The APP takes pitch data and tries to predict the batter's weaknesses strengths and most importantly how to exploit them after James we've got more INFO on marketplace tech dot Org and according to the trade publication baseball reference like we told you earlier baseball is trying to do what it can news in a given game last year that number was a record high four point three six that's an awful lot of time for peanuts and Cracker Jack Eight which means less money for teams but the League isn't just talking about robot arms to speed things up officials say they're discussing limiting the number of pitchers at team can to speed up the game because slower games means fewer ticket sales attendance has declined for six of the past seven seasons and fewer admissions means a lower college baseball team started using the APP it became boils new source of income he charges seventy five hundred dollars a year for amateur teams and fifteen thousand dollars a year for protein with the world series just around the corner were hearing a lot about player's stats teams have been taught to use baseball's copious amounts of data to exploit I'm a dealer and that's marketplace tech this is APN. 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Michael Philip Kelly, Trump and President discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:19 sec | 4 years ago

Michael Philip Kelly, Trump and President discussed on Sean Hannity

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