10 Burst results for "Mary Fran"

"mary fran" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

07:37 min | 3 months ago

"mary fran" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"He had a, he had a maiden winner recently. Oh man, I'm gonna forget this horse's name. I'm gonna pause this and come back to it. Okay, I'm back and I don't have an answer for you. I just don't. The horse, I remember the horse broke bad. And he rushed up, not rushed up, but he closed in and he's still like one going away. For the coach, the old ball coach, I guess he's not the ball coach, but you know, it's kind of cool though, C and D Wayne have a couple. We talked about that with Nancy holt's recently and kind of having a little I shouldn't say resurgence just having a couple of good horses in the state. Ethereal road. Yeah, he's in he's in the, that was what I knew. I was like, he's in the rebel. And so I just searched to it. But it's funny because theory road was not a horse who did a lot of running in his first three starts. He kind of improved a little bit each start. It seemed like. But man, hesitated at the start and just really, really ran huge took a nice step forward. He's 12 to one. We'll talk more about that race coming up a little bit later on. But secret oath, I mentioned huge, huge winner in her last couple, and the coach has got to be optimistic, I think. This horse has been really, really outstanding. And yeah, he's got Luis Contreras on board in the honeybee. So we'll talk more about that coming up a little bit later on in our weekend preview section of the show. We'll talk about the stymie at aqueduct and we might even talk, this will be a first in a while. A little sunland park. The mine that bird Derby, which how great is it that named after mine that bird, man? It's so funny. After the news of the Derby disqualification of Medina Spirit, I went back and watched, it just was, I guess, random. 'cause I didn't choose but you know, YouTube the algorithm, like they know everything, right? Like if I have a, if I have a bad day and I stubbed my toe at work, I come home and I get on YouTube and like the first recommended video would be like remedies for stubbing toes, like they know. YouTube knows. But after that thing and maybe just a lot of people were like, Derby, but it showed as my suggested one of my first suggested videos, the Derby for all have another. And so I got back into I got in this little, I'd say 45 minute run of just watching all of the recent I shouldn't say all the recent derbies, but like the 2009 through 14 or so 15, like in that little window of time. Because you look at if you watch the 20 11 one, it's going to suggest the 2012 one next or something right around there. But watch the mind that Derby reminds it to mind that Derby. That bird Derby, which that was O 9, right? Because then super saver was tan animal kingdom was 11. All I know was 12. Am I right on that orb 13 California chrome 14? American Farrell 15. I think I'm in the ballpark. Nyquist 16. 17 always dream. I better just keep going here. 18. Oh man, who won in 2018? It's got to be a baffert, right? Is that justifies you? He was 20. He was 20. I don't remember. Yeah, maybe he was 2018. And then 2019, I was at Monmouth. I don't remember. Is that bad? Oh, maximum security, yeah. It was my cue. And then, but I guess technically he did with that. So that was a country. And then authentic in the weird September Derby, and then last year, mandolin. Who's now victorious, but yeah, mine that was such a kooky Derby. I'll never forget that. I was watching at Portland Meadows. We were having a Derby party and that horse won, and I'll never forget, I looked right at my program and I go, who the hell is Benny woolley? Who, by the way, got suspended for 6 months the other day. Shout out Benny woolley. But my roommate at the time in Portland, Mary Francis, who Mary Mary was just this lovely lady. And she came out for that day and she had played her birthday is August 18th and it was mine that bird was the 8 and pioneer the Nile was the 16. Is that right? Did I say that right? I forgot. But it came in 8 16. And so Mary Fran had the exact and I think Michael Chamberlain, the announcer at hoosier park. I think his birthday was the same, and I think he had it too. And so Mary, I think it paid 2000 bucks, I forget, but she was like, beside herself, and she felt guilty. She's like, I gotta donate some of this to charity. Like, I can't just take $2000. And I'm like, no, no, Mary, that's literally the point. Is to take other people's money by being right when they're wrong. Like, that's the point of this whole endeavor of betting horse raises. And I think she gave like a $1000 to the local Portland animal shelter, she kept a thousand bucks, obviously. Paid the mortgage. But oh, mine that bird, yeah, he's got his own Derby. One thing sutland does at cracks me up is they put 7 to one morning lines out there. In fact, I think they have a couple in that race, or maybe it's just one. Yeah, the rail horse. Is 7 to one in the morning line, which in reality is fine. It should be totally fine to put a 7 to one and 9 to one. 13 one, whatever you want because it still has to work out mathematically, right? And it's kind of, I wouldn't say it's rare, but it's just the chances of a horse being 13 to one or just the same as they are 12 to one, right? Like as far as just the chances of it happening. And so I don't mind the old 7 to one morning line. Mix it up a little bit, guys. Mix it up. Edward Maldonado actually going out to write. There's a pretty good Southern California base. Now the mine that bird Derby is not a points race. The sunland Derby is. Or something, I guess what they're calling it sunland park Derby this year. Because it used to just be the sunland Derby, right? But that one is a 50 point race to the winner, but it's run kind of during the, it's run kind of during the hundred point time. Which is kind of funny, you know, obviously the 50s are all kind of clustered together. You have the fountain of youth. You have the Gotham, the Tampa Bay Derby, the San Felipe. But then they get into the hundreds, march 26th, and then Sunday march 27th. I guess it's only the first week of the hundreds. It's not that bad. And then the Lexington is the odd 20 points to the winner. The battaglia coming up next week is a ten pointer, even though it's we're kind of into 50 point season. So that's interesting. And obviously, the Jeff ruby steaks, the battaglia, the local prep, so a Derby Derby seasons heating up where we're getting there now and if you win one of these 50s here, you're pretty much in if you want to. It's interesting being at tampon obviously following kind of closely who's going where and if somebody's coming or not coming to our race and after the CMF Davis classic causeways connections, Brian lynch was kind of like, yeah, we're definitely coming back and then he got back to Gulfstream. He was thinking, and he commented on this in TV. He's like, you know, I haven't decided yet, but he's like, you know, Florida Derby is where the million bucks. Maybe I'll run there. Instead of because if you run second in the Florida Derby, you make as much, basically, as if you win the Tampa Bay Derby..

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"mary fran" Discussed on Perspectives on Healthcare

Perspectives on Healthcare

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"mary fran" Discussed on Perspectives on Healthcare

"I couldn't feel and what i was going through. That is my example of poor healthcare. My example of quality healthcare comes when i was sixteen years old and i was in the hospital following that appendectomy when i was dealing with irritable bowel syndrome and there was a lot of questions going around as to what actually was happening with me. Was this all psychosomatic. was this. what was the situation and there was a nurse there. Her name was mary fran and she listened to me and she she stuck up for me basically to say this like let's start with the fact that this is a kid who doesn't feel good. He is sick and and let's start there and let's help him based on that and everything else is secondary and so interestingly enough she's someone that i have maintained a relationship with to this day and that's forty some odd years later that she believed in me she heard. Listen to me for what i was saying and was very comfortable meeting me where i was and that to me is quality healthcare. It somebody who's willing to listen to the patient and to acknowledge that this is where they are coming from. This is what they are experiencing. And how do we. How do we treat them. Within the within the framework of what they're going through and to me that is what quality healthcare is all about. It's about listening. It's about meeting people where they are. And it's making sure that the patient is the one who is really giving the information that steers the plan of treatment. What do i wish people understood about my role in healthcare. So here's what. Here's what i wish and i'm going at this from more from a patient advocacy perspective. There are a lot of people who look at me in a wheelchair and make a lot of assumptions about me. Most of those are not medical professionals thankfully but people assume that. I am deaf that i have a a cognitive impairment or whatever. The situation is a lot of people. Make assumptions about me and i will say that while the medical professionals don't make those assumptions about me. They also make an assumption that i am not an expert in my care and that is something that i have worked very hard on one of the presentations that i do for medical professionals is called. Rob apology one. Oh one and the point of that is that. I am an expert in me. I'm an expert in. Rob the study of rob i've got. I've got an advanced degree in rob apology. Okay and i don't want to. I don't want you to get an advanced degree in raw bala ji but i've got my phd in that. I've lived this for the past almost fifty years. And i know where i'm coming from because i've done the research about my injury about my experiences about all of the peripherals that go on with me and so what i want people to understand about my place as a patient is that i am an informed advocate for myself and that as a result of that there needs to be a willingness to listen to me and to respect that what we're doing is we are forming a partnership together to come up with a plan of treatment that works for both the patient and the professional because if it's something that only works for the patient and is not the best plan of treatment according to the professional than the patients going to miss out on that but if the professional comes.

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"mary fran" Discussed on News O'Clock

News O'Clock

05:36 min | 11 months ago

"mary fran" Discussed on News O'Clock

"Our lives are full of decisions. Should i change jobs. Once the best school or the market turn play ads or skip at the wall street journal. We know how important decisions are so. We provide accurate reporting insight without bias or agenda. Whenever you have a decision to make make sure you have the trusted information. You need to make it decisions. Define our lives trust yours visit wsj.com/podcasts offer to start reading for fifty percent off. Step up your home. Decor game at home sets the newest member of the homegoods family. Everyday you'll find game changing savings on rugs lamps and chandeliers furniture and more for inside and outside your home. Make your backyard. The envy of the neighborhood home sense new shopping venture on every visit new finds arrive all the time so it's never the same twice for brands. You love at prices that makes sense. Take a virtual tour and find a store near you at home. Sense dot com mark office of blink. One eighty two has been diagnosed with cancer. One woman's traveling as a fat person degrees highlights major issues in the hotel industry. And we're taking on your dm's in another edition of d. m. nine one one. It's june twenty fifth. Twenty twenty one. Hey friends on. Casey rackham and i'm steven leconte. Welcome buzzfeed daily so to start things off with some sad news earlier this week in a twitter post blink one eighty. two's mark office revealed. He's been diagnosed with cancer. He didn't reveal the type of cancer. He has but wrote quote for the past three months. I've been undergoing chemotherapy for cancer. Going on to say quote. It sucks and i'm scared. Hops bandmates travis barker and tom delonge sent messages of support soon. After barker shared his sentiments in a statement to any news saying quote mark is my brother. And i love and support him. Delong the bans. Co-founder made a statement via twitter. Saying that hop is quote strong and a superhuman. Who's pushing through this difficult obstacle with a wide. Open heart casey. I mean it's just so upsetting and sad. You know as a kid blink. One eighty two huge influence on my childhood and does nothing sakes that i just wish him. The speediest recovery possible. I know and you know what i actually thought was moving in. The we actually don't see too much. Is that when he said. And i'm scared. Yes i mean. That's extremely relatable and i think it's really brave of him to say that because cancer is scary. Yeah it's a really vulnerable thing to say but it's actually. I think useful to other people who might be going through it to hear that is loved seeing the bandmates mates rally behind him. And you know. I'm hoping this story has a happy ending to come. You know seriously in other news. One woman's traveling as fat person tiktok series is bringing to light major issues in the hotel industry and starting a really important conversation mary. Fan donnelly is a twenty seven year. Old teacher and body. Positivity advocate with a travel series. That has over six million views on tiktok. Donnelly started this series after taking a family vacation and chronicled the things that were wrong with the hotel this included towels that were big enough for her body space between the toilet and the sink not being wide enough and sitting down in a chair on her balcony. That didn't feel stable. Here's a sampling from one of her videos. The this episode is these. How hotels when you pull towel. It's a little bigger going to cover the front. Let's go shall we. Yes we did well. Despite these humorous takes each demonstration shows real challenges that she and many others face completing everyday tasks and actions will try to relax on vacation. Mary fran notes quote. I don't think the challenges. I pointed out crossed the minds of most but i think it's time that they do. That's so true. I actually did have a situation like that recently where i stayed at a hotel and the towel was too small and i literally couldn't walk from the shower to my room without like showing some part of my body and it made me feel really insecure and sad. And that's not how you should feel because your body is your body and the towers should be bigger yes absolutely unlike hotels should be accommodating to all body types you mean like why are they buying into these dumb like you know like like the bodies that we see on the front page of a magazine please. Hotels actually serve your customers. You mean why are they buying into this crop to. And i'm sure we all know that this is just scratches the surface because i mean i was even talking to my friend who was on a plane and i need you to know. She's a very fin small person and she said this was uncomfortably small on an airplane. And i'm like if it's small for you my god. Yeah i mean the world is just not designed for many people's bodies and we need to change that all right well moving on it's time for another installment of d- nine one one for those unfamiliar with the segment. Stephen keeps his. Dm's open very brave. I now and is always ready to answer your calls for advice today. We're offering some help to a woman who has her husband's caretaker. A girl who's worried her dad's cheating on her mom and a woman who has feelings for her boyfriend's friend. Okay stephen but just dive right into these request. Because.

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"mary fran" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"mary fran" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This is the only sports talk show that features a rhode scholar. But he ain't here today now back to rick tiddle. Oh thank you for that and welcome back to the show and lions are available if you'd like to chime in at one eight hundred eight seven eight. Lay a few weeks but three weeks. Listen to it's going to be march and we have march march madness. And there's going to be a hub hub so to speak but it will be in the indianapolis area five different colleges and of course the lucas oil stadium right there when you think about you know different municipalities where you have Owners holding their fans to ransom. That'd be one of them there that who's down and then earth save like i don't know if i don't get my own stadium i leave. What about that in the second. Let's go to the phone lines. We have mario until a hassi. Mario humid here and warm. I can't wait to get out and moved to vermont benefa- breakfast and live life as a rustic business person. So i bought my heart. Yeah i'm going to have three three idiosyncratic brothers and a very personally Innkeeper to help me out. That was daryl and his brother. Darrell hair i have to tell you julia. Duffy has really a duffy. I you know. I always really liked her. I thought she was really bad. Maybe i don't know. But i thought thought mary fran on that show was smoking. I mean The new heartwise newhart spouse on that that Vermont show holy cow. He was the days of our lives when i was a kid and alec founder to be very very attractive i think he passed away but she was. She was a lovely lady. Julia duffy in the seventies was. Yeah she was good stuff. I don't know if she was ever a whole love voter. Never on the love boat. I that's one that escapes me at the moment. So we were talking about the super bowl and draft picks and such and i did not realize 'cause i went to look it up because you had expressed your desire that the that The raiders up devon white. It turns out in one pick above that they took cleland feral. I don't know yeah. But i didn't i and i thought this is he's a serviceable player. But when you draft. I guess that was the fourth or fifth. Pick in the draft. When you're drafting a defensive lineman that high. He's solid or somebody like that or you. Hope he's zita he's not even serviceable. It's a shame by the way. I just looked up julia duffy. I do not see a love boat. How about this when she was on. one episode of lou grant. You know what the name of the episode is what. The name of the episode of says nineteen eighty-one lou grant. She played the role of charlene name of episode rate. God holy crap that byline man nine hundred eighty one. Just just flat rape rape god. I mean they use nevada. That came out after that i guess. Holy cow now. I can't remember the cast of that show too pretty well. There was an actor on their Robert walden it was a very good actor remember him. Wreck z mafia got. It is despicable character though. Yeah no no. In in terms of his character on the show. Yeah but he he was also an all the president's men i remember that yeah i remember that and i can't remember what he was. One of the low level eight or something wasn't he. Yeah he was like Mcgruder somebody yeah. Somebody like mcgruder. Carl you would have has lived through that era so anyway. I thought that was as i read that i saw that name. Oh man it'll knows that. And i knew that the second he said. Let me tell you dude. There are two guys on the defense that made all the difference in the world. One was devon white. Being used way. I think he probably should have been used earlier. This season and the second one. And as i texted my local guy here Jeff cameron tremendous show by the way. Have you ever want information about football. That's the gotta go to I said you know man. We went from being a team capable of pretty good thing. 'cause like maybe getting to a championship game but the split second i. It was rumored veto vale is coming back to play. Now we're talking now. We have a chance to win the super bowl. Because he's at he's that kind of on the everything got better wreck. You know you've been watching football forever. You coaching if you can get pushed up. The middle and getting people's faces frees up guys on the outside and you can win their one. They can win their one on one match ups. And that's it you know when you say Tampa bay radio. The co- the comedians always talk about this radio guy. He's a big fat guy but he thinks he's a comedian to but he's supposed to be a good guy. Mike kultida now man. I'm talking about talahassee. I don't i can. Yes i i you know. I called the nfl station when they were about to. Sign radio rumored breaks and i called it. A carjacking humid crap'll and never go to since my father passed away. I will never have the occasion. I left my mother gets sick to go to tampa again. The rule is i have kids. I have a family. You wanna see me. Come up here not i'm not ever going to. I'll never set foot in china. It's caught about what about ebor city. Ebor city heights. If you wanna have a quick exposure you know nightly exposure to corona. At the moment that i'm not at all interested in living that life either. You know i just everything about it is just awful. You know everything about it. Awful better get to driving data. Thanks for the call. It's mario in tallahassee. Let's go to las vegas listening on hbf. Mike made on my. Hey i want you to help a man. Dayton lincoln's two hundred twelve th birthday. Can you do that for me. Yes this is also. it's funny. You remember that because my grandmother always told me that this was her birthday. So it's actually my grandmother's birthday. Thanks reminding me anyway. Yes go ahead. About abe lincoln. Yes okay well. this is it. And it's quick we don't call the Atlanta braves atlanta baseball team. We don't call the tanzanite to kansas city football team. So why is dan snyder holding us hostage by calling it the washington football team. I don't care what nickname you choose. Pick aside and then leave it alone. That's the way i feel about it. Well i mean you have a point You know. The cleveland indians for getting rid of their name. There are some people who even think the golden state warriors should get rid of their name. I think it's because the When you say braves and you say chiefs those aren't Epithets they're not insults redskin was seen as an insult. So i think it's a little more harsh than the other ones do you get. You agree with me. It's a little more harsh absolutely. I always said that. Set it for twenty years but the what. That's not the point. The point is he expects us to call his team. The football team and i'm tired of it. That's how i feel. Oh i see what you're saying. Well he i know that that they could go with a certain name or not. But i think he just wants to keep it w. f. t. and it's it's getting in your car you know and people have said about wfan. I'll leave it at that all right. Hey thanks for the call. I appreciate it. Thank you all right. That's mike in vegas. He's up to here.

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"mary fran" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"mary fran" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This is the only sports talk show that features a rhode scholar. But he ain't here today now. That direct tiddle. Oh thank you for that and welcome back to the show and lions are available if you'd like to chime in an one eight hundred eight seven eight lay and a few weeks about three weeks. Listen to going to be march and we have march march madness. And it's going to be a hub. Not really a hub so to speak but it will be in the indianapolis area five different colleges and of course the lucas oil stadium. Right there when you think about you know different municipalities where you have owners holding their fans to ransom. That would be one of them. They had that hoosier dome and then earth saves like. I don't know if i don't get my own stadium my leave about that in the second. Let's go to the phone lines. We have mario and tallahassee. what's up. Mario humid here and warm. I can't wait to get out and moved vermont. Open a bed and breakfast and live life as a rustic business person so i. What are you three. Eighty three idiosyncratic brothers and a very prissy Oh innkeeper to help me out. I was daryl on his brother. Darrell hair yeah. I have to tell you. Julia duffy julia duffy. I you know i always really liked her. I thought she was really. Maybe i don't know. But i thought i thought mary fran on that show was smoking man. I mean The newhart weiss the newhart spouse on that That vermont show holy cows. He was days of our lives when i was a kid and was found to be very very attractive woman. I think she passed away but she was. I thought he was a lovely lady. Julia duffy in the seventies was. Yeah she was good stuff. I don't know voter. Never on the love boat. I one that escapes me at the moment. So we were talking about the super bowl and draft picks and such and i did not realize 'cause i went to look it up because you had expressed your desire that the that The raiders pick up devon white. It turns out in one thick above that they took cleveland feral. I yeah. But i didn't and i thought listen he's a serviceable player. But when you draft. I guess that was the fourth or fifth pick in the draft. When you're drafting defensive lineman that high darussalam or or somebody like that are via you. Hope he's vida he's not even serviceable. It's a shame by the way. I looked up julia duffy. I do not see a boat. But how about this when she was on one episode of lou grant. Do you know what the name of the episode is. know what. The name of the episode of says nineteen eighty-one lou grant. She played the role of charlene name of episode rape. Oh god holy crap. That was some violin. Man nineteen eighty-one just just flat rape rate. God or was that they use it actually nevada out after that i guess fully now i can't remember the cast of that show too pretty well. There was an actor on Robert walden was a very good actor. You remember him. Rick he yeah lots. Got it yeah. He's despicable character though. Yeah no no in in terms of his character on the show. Yeah but he was also an all the president's men. I remember that yeah i remember that. I can't remember what he was one of the low level aides or something. Wendy grueter mcgruder somebody. Yeah somebody like mcgruder. Carl you have had the lived through that era so anyway. I thought that was as i read. That saw. that name is a man. It'll know that and it'll knew that the split second he said. Let me tell you did dude. There are two guys on the defense that made all the difference in the world. One was devon white. Being used. The way i think he probably should have been used earlier in the season and the second one and as i texted my local guy here Jeff cameron tremendous show by the way if you ever wanted information about fsu football. Go to I said you know man. We went from being some capable of pretty big things like maybe getting to a championship game. But the split second i. It was rumored that beat avail is coming back to play. I thought now we're talking now. We have a chance to win the super bowl because he's that dog that kind of dominant on the everything got better. You know you've been watching football forever. You coach if you can get push up the middle and getting people's faces that frees up guys on the outside and you can win. Their one on can win their one on one match ups. And that's it you know what when you say Tampa bay radio. The comedians always talk about this radio. Guy he's a big fat guy but he thinks he's a comedian to supposed to be a good guy might call to you. Know him now man. I'm in talahassee tampa as i. You know. I called the nfl stationed when they were about to sign radio rumored brady and i called it. A carjacking humid crap hole. And i'll never go to. Since my father has passed away. I will never have the occasion. I lost my mother. Get sick to go to tampa again. The rule is i have kids. I have a family. You wanna see me come up here. Not i'm not ever going to. I'll never set foot in town. Levin ebor city ebor city is nice if you wanna have a quick exposure exposure to corona at the moment. But i'm not at all interested in living that life either. You know i just everything about it. It's just so awful. You know everything about it is awful. You better get to driving. Thanks for the call. It's mario in tallahassee. Let's go to las vegas listening on k. Hp mike hey mike. Hey i want you to help. Emancipate nay on abe lincoln's two hundred twelve th birthday. Can you do that for me. Yes this is. Also it's funny you remember Because my grandmother always told me that this was her birthday so it's actually my grandmother's birthday. Thanks reminded me anyway. Yes go ahead about a blanket. Yeah okay well. This is it. And it's quick. We don't call the atlanta braves atlanta baseball team and we don't call the kansas city chiefs to kansas city football team. So why is dan snyder holding us hostage by calling it the washington football team. I don't care what nickname you choose. Pick aside and then leave it alone. That's the way i feel about it. You have a point. You know the cleveland indians. We're getting rid of their name. There are some people even think the golden state warriors should get rid of their name. I think it's because the when you say braves and you say chiefs. Those aren't Epithets they're not insults redskin seen as an insult. So i think it's a little more harsh than the other ones do you do. You agree with me. It's a little more harsh absolutely. I have said for twenty years but the what. That's not the point the point is. He expects us to call his team. The football team and i'm tired of it. That's how i feel. Oh oh i see what you're saying. Well he i know that that they could go with a certain name or not. But i think he just wants to keep it w. f. t. and it's it's getting in your craw when people said about wfan. I'll leave it at that all right. Hey thanks for the call. Appreciate thank you all right..

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"mary fran" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"mary fran" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"We're talking about how to be brilliantly resilient after life's sucker punches and we've all gotten psycho punches over the years fire nation and. Let's start with kristen. Where specifically did brilliantly resilient first of all your brilliantly resilient. It's it's when like you said john you get hit with a sucker punch and brilliant. Resilient people will be stunned maybe even knocked down ouch with. They're not knocked out. And mary. Fran and i have been sucker punched over and over again in life and then we came together by well you might say by accident but we know that the universe kind of aligns things for us right and when we started talking we realize that both of us had gotten knockdown not knocked out and we each had things that we did that were similar or exactly the same to reset our mindset in our lives rise with some really special parts of the formula and then the key we found that our skills and talents our brilliance. If you will just charted us on this whole new trajectory that we did incredible things because of those sucker punches it was pretty extraordinary and fire nation. And what that. I've really been diving into a lot recently. Stoicism and know the whole philosophy behind. That is doing what you can where you are with what you have. Because listen if we're going to dwell in the past and we're gonna look at our past sucker punches in just like let that dictator future than what kind of future do we have. Yes is a great to learn from our past mistakes past cycle punches absolutely to maybe adjust pivots going forward in the future but at the same time. It's like let's be here and the now and let's be brilliantly resilient after the sucker punches any positive way going forward and i love what you to have done together is. You've taken brilliantly. Resilient in you've broken out into three very specific parts which are reset rise in reveal your brilliance and i really wanna go through these three parts right now in a very chronological way. So mary fran. Why don't you start us off by talking about reset so the reset is this part. Where you kind of find yourself. Suddenly laying on the ground looking up at the sky going. What the heck just happened. The reset is what happens. When you get this sucker punch whatever it may be. It can be personal. It can be professional. You know we don't we. Don't judge over here. It can just be kind of being pecked to death by the little things of life you know so whatever you are sucker punch or train wreck would be. That's the part where you get to reset. And that is the part where you're inherent in this key. Inherent resilience comes in. You know we hear so much about resilience these days and everybody thinks it's this kind of nebulous thing that's out there that they don't have it's in you. You were born with it so when we talk about the reset it is resetting with resilience that you already have you know when you were you. Were a kid you you you learn to walk by continually failing but you didn't name it that at the time so you know it's there it's something that we can immediately rely on and with the reset. We have a couple of things that we talk about. We talk about a value system which is hugely important. We talk about your perspective and we talk about controlling the controllables but the values pieces the one that i think we wanna focus on right now right k. Yeah yeah. I'll actually if i can give a quick story with my own <hes>. Sucker punch i was. I headed fully planned my life out of listeners out there that are chuck in those boxes every day and you get a real thrill from that and i got hit with my first. Two babies were born blind. That was nowhere in my preparation. But what i learned is it was the my perception blindness was the block in our life not blindness itself. If you can imagine it was how i was looking at it in terms of devastation of settlement fear and when i changed my perception then my boys and i and my cited daughter started on a trajectory of allowing them to achieve greatness. They were destined for but what happened to me personally in my own work and business and launching a nonprofit in the meeting with mary fran and doing brilliantly. Resilient is there. Were some core values in in how i live my life that once i aligned my parenting my business my nonprofit to those core values then the exponential success started any new core. Values are actually so important for you to establish which. I never would have thought this before. I really sat and studied it but it is so important that there was actually an episode of e o fire in december that was dedicated to core values. That they are that important. And i think mary has a few more things to add on on values. Yeah i mean one of the things. That i think is so profound. Is that these giant sucker punches. They knock you for such a loop that it takes so much away from you. It takes away your plans. It takes away your goals. It takes away your purpose but it takes away your identity. You know you define yourself in a certain way and then something happens. I found out on mother's day of twenty ten that my son was a heroin addict. I mean up to that point. I had an idea of who i was and where i fit in the world and where i was going to go in that moment all of that disappears but when you dig deep in those moments and when you're flat on your back that's when you get to do it you dig deep and figure out what your core values are. That's the beginning of your foundation for every rise. That comes after that. So there's a lot of powerful things. These leisure shared fire nation. I mean one thing that i really honed in on for any number of reasons is the phrase that mary fran used which is controlling the controllables and to me. That's actually very comforting phrase. Because listen things are outside of our control. I mean what are we really going to be stressing out about. I mean let's be honest. Chris and didn't have within her control. What happens when her children were born blind. But what does she then shift to after that. Initial you know struggle and shock while she shifted to controlling the controllables now. She has a nonprofit now. She's moving forward with us now. She has such a better understanding because she just said you know what. I'm going to sit here and this moment. I'm going to control what i can control these controllable variables. So there's a lot to be thought about under this reset section and fire nation. We may be kind of dipping back into these as we proceed forward but the next part is rise so mary fran what do we have with this section in the rise you wanna look at and again as you said j. l. d. all the stuff kind of works together in the rise. You wanna look at what you can actually do. And this is not living in the land of magical thinking here this. Is you know what we want. And and what we can do are often very different things but the things that help you figure out what you can do. The rise is all about the action step but the things that go into that are what are your resources. What is your skillset. And the big one for us is who is in your tribe and you know very often when we think of our tribe we think of what christian calls the ride or die folks. You know the ones who are with you your first level contacts. Who are your biggest cheerleaders and while those are the people that you definitely need in your tribe. They are not always the ones who are going to help you rise. Because they're often the ones who want a stroke your head and say poor baby when sometimes what you really need is a kick in the butt or somebody who's got a better or a resource that is not within your immediate tribe so we really encourage people to expand that tribe so you can figure out what your action step is gonna because it's all about the action.

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How to be Brilliantly Resilient After Life's Sucker Punches with Mary Fran Bontempo and Kristin Smedley

Entrepreneur on FIRE

08:21 min | 1 year ago

How to be Brilliantly Resilient After Life's Sucker Punches with Mary Fran Bontempo and Kristin Smedley

"We're talking about how to be brilliantly resilient after life's sucker punches and we've all gotten psycho punches over the years fire nation and. Let's start with kristen. Where specifically did brilliantly resilient first of all your brilliantly resilient. It's it's when like you said john you get hit with a sucker punch and brilliant. Resilient people will be stunned maybe even knocked down ouch with. They're not knocked out. And mary. Fran and i have been sucker punched over and over again in life and then we came together by well you might say by accident but we know that the universe kind of aligns things for us right and when we started talking we realize that both of us had gotten knockdown not knocked out and we each had things that we did that were similar or exactly the same to reset our mindset in our lives rise with some really special parts of the formula and then the key we found that our skills and talents our brilliance. If you will just charted us on this whole new trajectory that we did incredible things because of those sucker punches it was pretty extraordinary and fire nation. And what that. I've really been diving into a lot recently. Stoicism and know the whole philosophy behind. That is doing what you can where you are with what you have. Because listen if we're going to dwell in the past and we're gonna look at our past sucker punches in just like let that dictator future than what kind of future do we have. Yes is a great to learn from our past mistakes past cycle punches absolutely to maybe adjust pivots going forward in the future but at the same time. It's like let's be here and the now and let's be brilliantly resilient after the sucker punches any positive way going forward and i love what you to have done together is. You've taken brilliantly. Resilient in you've broken out into three very specific parts which are reset rise in reveal your brilliance and i really wanna go through these three parts right now in a very chronological way. So mary fran. Why don't you start us off by talking about reset so the reset is this part. Where you kind of find yourself. Suddenly laying on the ground looking up at the sky going. What the heck just happened. The reset is what happens. When you get this sucker punch whatever it may be. It can be personal. It can be professional. You know we don't we. Don't judge over here. It can just be kind of being pecked to death by the little things of life you know so whatever you are sucker punch or train wreck would be. That's the part where you get to reset. And that is the part where you're inherent in this key. Inherent resilience comes in. You know we hear so much about resilience these days and everybody thinks it's this kind of nebulous thing that's out there that they don't have it's in you. You were born with it so when we talk about the reset it is resetting with resilience that you already have you know when you were you. Were a kid you you you learn to walk by continually failing but you didn't name it that at the time so you know it's there it's something that we can immediately rely on and with the reset. We have a couple of things that we talk about. We talk about a value system which is hugely important. We talk about your perspective and we talk about controlling the controllables but the values pieces the one that i think we wanna focus on right now right k. Yeah yeah. I'll actually if i can give a quick story with my own Sucker punch i was. I headed fully planned my life out of listeners out there that are chuck in those boxes every day and you get a real thrill from that and i got hit with my first. Two babies were born blind. That was nowhere in my preparation. But what i learned is it was the my perception blindness was the block in our life not blindness itself. If you can imagine it was how i was looking at it in terms of devastation of settlement fear and when i changed my perception then my boys and i and my cited daughter started on a trajectory of allowing them to achieve greatness. They were destined for but what happened to me personally in my own work and business and launching a nonprofit in the meeting with mary fran and doing brilliantly. Resilient is there. Were some core values in in how i live my life that once i aligned my parenting my business my nonprofit to those core values then the exponential success started any new core. Values are actually so important for you to establish which. I never would have thought this before. I really sat and studied it but it is so important that there was actually an episode of e o fire in december that was dedicated to core values. That they are that important. And i think mary has a few more things to add on on values. Yeah i mean one of the things. That i think is so profound. Is that these giant sucker punches. They knock you for such a loop that it takes so much away from you. It takes away your plans. It takes away your goals. It takes away your purpose but it takes away your identity. You know you define yourself in a certain way and then something happens. I found out on mother's day of twenty ten that my son was a heroin addict. I mean up to that point. I had an idea of who i was and where i fit in the world and where i was going to go in that moment all of that disappears but when you dig deep in those moments and when you're flat on your back that's when you get to do it you dig deep and figure out what your core values are. That's the beginning of your foundation for every rise. That comes after that. So there's a lot of powerful things. These leisure shared fire nation. I mean one thing that i really honed in on for any number of reasons is the phrase that mary fran used which is controlling the controllables and to me. That's actually very comforting phrase. Because listen things are outside of our control. I mean what are we really going to be stressing out about. I mean let's be honest. Chris and didn't have within her control. What happens when her children were born blind. But what does she then shift to after that. Initial you know struggle and shock while she shifted to controlling the controllables now. She has a nonprofit now. She's moving forward with us now. She has such a better understanding because she just said you know what. I'm going to sit here and this moment. I'm going to control what i can control these controllable variables. So there's a lot to be thought about under this reset section and fire nation. We may be kind of dipping back into these as we proceed forward but the next part is rise so mary fran what do we have with this section in the rise you wanna look at and again as you said j. l. d. all the stuff kind of works together in the rise. You wanna look at what you can actually do. And this is not living in the land of magical thinking here this. Is you know what we want. And and what we can do are often very different things but the things that help you figure out what you can do. The rise is all about the action step but the things that go into that are what are your resources. What is your skillset. And the big one for us is who is in your tribe and you know very often when we think of our tribe we think of what christian calls the ride or die folks. You know the ones who are with you your first level contacts. Who are your biggest cheerleaders and while those are the people that you definitely need in your tribe. They are not always the ones who are going to help you rise. Because they're often the ones who want a stroke your head and say poor baby when sometimes what you really need is a kick in the butt or somebody who's got a better or a resource that is not within your immediate tribe so we really encourage people to expand that tribe so you can figure out what your action step is gonna because it's all about the action.

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"mary fran" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"mary fran" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Bonds anytime. We did get something a gift. It was a little cocker Spaniel dog black and white spotted and our little girl tricia the year old named. Check and I just want to say this right now that regardless of what they say about it, we're going to keep wire and right the Republican National Committee whether you think I should stay on or whether I should get off I'm going to continue this fight I'm going to campaign up and down in America, until we drive the props in the communist and those that defend them out of Washington I'm. Is Now LX. Live television eighty grape. and. Yes. That was purchased segment of national television on this date in one, thousand, nine, fifty, two. And It got Richard Nixon on the vice presidential ticket and launched him. To eventually the presidency of the United States. We move on here and talk about what happened on this date in two thousand and two the first public release of the browser. Mozilla Firefox talks. Released at that time Phoenix Zero Point one. The soap opera all my children broadcast its final episode nine years ago today ending a forty one year run and it was one year ago. The British Travel company Thomas Cook Group declared bankruptcy meeting employees without jobs and six hundred thousand customers stranded abroad hotels throughout the world stuck with four point three million dollars in unpaid bills. When I saw that I was glad that the old dame, the Riviera had gone down because a lot of Thomas Cook travelers came through their. Among those passing away on this date in history the psychiatrist Sigmund Freud actor comedian cliff arquette Charley Weaver and Joanna Heart Mary Fran. This is the birth date of actor Walter Pidgeon Mickey Rooney Ray. Charles Erbakan. Greenacres Tom Lester. Who passed away just this last year at the age of eighty-one and actress Michelle Thomas Born on this date in history. Happy Number Seventy, seven to your glaciers were leaguers I love before. Paul Petersen Jeff Stone on the Donna. Reed. Show he is seventy five at another great song called my dad. A probably his biggest hit. From Mary, Hartman Mary Hartman Mary Kay places seventy-three Bruce Springsteen stern seventy one clinger's wife on Mash. The lovely and talented Rosalind. Chao is sixty three from seinfeld Jason Alexander Sixty One and the very broken Matt Hardy Forty six years of age though some of the people who celebrate the twenty third day of September's their birthday if this happens to be your birthday. We're the four freshmen and. Say..

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"mary fran" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"mary fran" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"They don't live in the Washington area and they haven't gotten the Washington Post. Bill Day on died over the weekend and Bill Day. had suffered with Parkinson's disease. In recent years, he was a friend of mine and a colleague of mine at the Washington Post. He grew up in Baltimore I, believe he worked for the Baltimore Sun for Awhile, and then came over to the Washington Post, Dave kindred and I were talking about him last night. I called kindred to talk a little bit about. Bill Day. He was a writer. The kind of sports writer who do not see any more chuck colpepper. Is that kind to that Chuck Chuck Colpepper as a writer and I didn't like this at the beginning, and I could not have been more wrong. Chuck colpepper imposes his will on every story that he writes his stories. Do not go, ABCD, historians go. G X. BE WHY he impose his will on a story and forces you to read about this event the way he wants you to I love this now. I'm very impressed with it. Bill Guild. Day did not do that Bill Kill Day was, and this is the only word that matters in talking about his style of writing. He was graceful. He was a very kind mostly quiet man. You'd think now that people want to be columnists costats the star turn and to a degree. It always was the star turn, but not everybody's cut out to be a columnist. Not Everybody is aggressive. Not Everybody is opinionated. Not Everybody wants to tell you how to live. You know and if you're an unsuccessful columnist, and there are many of them, many unsuccessful calmness. It's because you don't have those qualities. Even the ones who you think are in loud are loud. They're all loud. The good ones are all loud in one way or another. That doesn't mean they have to be bombed. Stick it means they have to guide you to a position that they want you to take, but most people are not most but many people who write columns or just stupidly loud. They just WANNA. Scream at you. They don't really have any particular thoughts, so they say the same thing eight to ten. Ten Times in a progressively louder tone of voice, and they're not any good. They're really not bill. Gill Day was artful and Bill Day was gentle, and Bill Day was graceful, and he would go after larger stories and longer stories, and put you in the mood to understand the motivation behind the people doing these stories. He wrote about scenes he wrote about places, and he wrote about people, and he was very kind and good man, and wrote in this very graceful style. There is a book that he has written called when the colts belong to Baltimore. This book came out. I believe in nineteen, ninety six and it talks. It's IT'S A. Memoir actually of bill guilty and his father, and they used to go to games together as happened very often people that become sports writers went to sporting events their whole lives. When they were young, they went with their dad, so their whole families, brothers, sisters, cousins, or wherever it went in that made. A profound impression on them and they thought to themselves. What would I like to do with my life? I'd like to write about sports and I would like to convey the joy that I have taken from sports to other people and this book when the Colts Belong to Baltimore is about him and his dad, and going to these games about him, and his children, and going to games, and it's about the Baltimore Colts in the Baltimore Colts very specific and very. Very special hold on the city of Baltimore takes a small city to have this. You can have this in Buffalo. You can have this in Green Bay. You know you can have this. In smaller cities, the largest cities, the New York's and the Los Angeles of the world. They're just too big. You may very well have been able to have this in Washington DC with the Washington Redskins, no other team, but the Washington redskins. There's something about the weekly trip. That football provides you. That is different than the daily trip of baseball or the three times weekly trip of hockey or basketball, and it's a beautifully crafted book it. It's just a wonderful book. I've been fortunate enough to know some people who write. Beautifully in their lives gently in their lives gracefully in their lives and bill. Day did that and I. I loved Bill Day as a writer he was he and a guy named Kenny. Taran came to the Washington Post at the same time in the sports. Section Short Sean was not the editor at that point, a man Neymar at was the editor at that point, Bill Gill Day state, and had a great career, and raised a great family with his wife Mary Fran and Kenny Taran left. Them became a film critic at the L.. A. Times? which happens sometimes two sports writers? Sports writers do other things. They right style columns. They end up on radio or television. You know because it takes a little bit odd of you after a while. The sports writing takes a little bit out of you and you WANNA change, but he was graceful and. And a wonderful writer, and we will get off now. Michael Wilbon Nubile Guild Day well will join us when we return.

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"mary fran" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"mary fran" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And Eleanor Roosevelt. Which is why it is really unprofitable to talk about kind of lob since we don't live in the USA and that's all right track at least all right by me. William Buckley's commenting on the nineteen sixty eight presidential campaign. We met Buckley passing away twelve years ago today. Among those board on this date in History Point Henry Wadsworth Log longfellow russian-born broadcast pioneer. David Sarnoff best link with NBC. But he still produced a lot of wasn't for him. A lot of the things we know today. Wouldn't have taken place. Alkyl Charlie in my three sons William demerist born on this date in history as was writer. John steinbeck actor French tone singer. Mildred Bailey Chris. Joan Bennett writer. Irwin Shaw also governor. John connally born estate jazz saxophonist. Dexter Gordon Singer Guy Mitchell Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon van Williams of the Green Hornet and surf side six fame and from newhart. Mary Fran also born on the state Would I be? I guess I should mention that born on this date in one thousand nine hundred thirty two Elizabeth Taylor beat you just can't you? We were at an excerpt from the original National Velvet. Elizabeth Taylor there at a very young list Taylor born on this date back in nineteen thirty to some of the people still with us on this date actress. Joanne Woodward Ninety years old. Ralph Nader consumer advocate but also a political figure eighty-six today doctor. Johnny fever is still with us He also was Charlie Moore on head of the class. Howard Hessman Eighty years old today Adam Baldwin from chuck and Full Metal Jacket Firefly entity Adam Baldwin. Fifty eight singer Bobby. Valentino and Chelsea Clinton. Both turned forty today singer. Josh Grossman thirty nine from house of Cards Kate Mara Thirty Seven from Jersey Shore Jennifer Lynn Parley J. Wile thirty four and from General Hospital in Z. Morgan is thirty. Those are the people who celebrate the twenty seventh day of February Birthday. This your.

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