36 Burst results for "Maxwell"
Greg Recites and Reflects on John D. Rockefeller's Great Entrepreneurial Speech
"Success is not measured by a person's height, weight, education or family background, but the size of his thoughts. The size of our thoughts determine the size of our achievements. The most important of all is that we must value ourselves, overcome the greatest weakness of mankind, self depreciation, and never sell ourselves cheaply. Or in today's world, never sell yourself short. You are greater than you think. You should expand your thinking to the extent to your fullest potential and never underestimate yourself. Never underestimate yourself. At this time, applause is suddenly sounded and I was obviously completely captured by it. I was so overwhelmed that I could not control my tongue. I continued. For thousands of years, many philosophers have advised us, know yourself. However, most people interpret as just knowing the negative side of ourselves. Most self assessments include too many shortcomings, mistakes, and incompetence. It's good to recognize your shortcomings and you can use them to seek improvement. However, if we only recognize the negative side of ourselves, we will fall into chaos and make ourselves worthless. Now, I got to thinking about that and how we think about ourselves and what we think we can do and what we think of others and what we can do or cannot do is entirely up to us. It's how we think. John was saying this. Mr. Rockefeller was saying this. How we think about ourselves is very important and not just the negative side of things. We need to think more positive about ourselves. Now, there's a fine balance here because I'm not talking about thinking you're perfect and that you don't make mistakes. Those people fail more often than anyone. I'm talking about thinking positive about yourself to be the best person you can be, to have the best company you can be, to be the best leader you can be. Okay. John Maxwell says, focus on your strengths and not your weaknesses. We often focus on our weaknesses more than our strengths. If I could just get better at this, I'd be more successful. If I could just do this, I'd be more successful. And that's not the case. John Maxwell says, also that if you focus on your weaknesses, you're wasting a lot of time because you could be focusing on your strengths. In other words, on a scale of one to 10, one being the lowest, 10 being the highest. If you're a three and you work all year long trying to get that three up, the highest you're going to get it is a four or five. So you're still below average. But if you're a seven and you work extremely hard for a year, you might be able to get it up to an eight or a nine. That's much better and that's much higher than average. So think about that. Quit focusing on weaknesses and focus more on strengths. You got to know your weaknesses. We all know our weaknesses. If you don't, that's another issue you need to deal with. But I know all my weaknesses. I know all my strengths. I know we talked about last week, the SWOT analysis. Or if we had some more podcasts in between there, it's been a few weeks, but we've talked about the SWOT analysis. So I know my personal opportunities and I know my personal threats.
Fresh update on "maxwell" discussed on The Greg McAfee Show
"Oh Man, that's a life changer I had just done 30 minutes on the elliptical two days before no problems. I didn't you know You think you're okay? and And then I got out of the hospital and my wife got COVID pneumonia and she was in hospital 19 days and she almost died Yes, our kids almost lost both parents, you know same year. So life is short and you never know what's around the corner for any of us at any time and Yeah, like you said You know, nobody wants nobody wants to go. Nobody's ready to leave their family. Nobody's ready to go I a good friend of mine just passed away. He was on his deathbed. He he Owned a very large corporation and sold it about 15 years ago But he was on his deathbed still mentally sharp and he said I don't like this. I Don't like this He knew where he was going, but he still won't leave. Nobody wants to leave Even if you know where you're going and you know, heaven's gonna be a you know None of us really know what heaven's like, but we know it's better than this But we still don't want to leave. We don't want to leave our family. We don't want to you know, it's a And I see all that I guess to say we all need to be ready Well, it's the matter of being ready and it's also Hopefully if someone can listen to someone like you and me that's that's had that aha moment and I've studied You know lots of leaders and a lot of them have had this type of moment like John Maxwell had a very similar Thing just like you did with his and after that he admits you know that he he wanted to be more intentional and help more people and do things that matter but but when you think about You know, I heard the this this Story one time it talked about you know, if you can imagine a rope, you know And you're holding on to the rope and it takes off and it goes out and it wraps around the earth You know It's just that long of a rope and it just keeps going forever and ever and ever and yet We're only holding on to just a little bitty piece of the rope here and we got all this eternity in front of us It was it's like oh my my goodness this this is just a little bitty blip in the radar And and you only got so many days here So might as well do things that matter that are gonna even produce results into that eternity, right? I mean, I there's nothing I desire more than to have all my friends family and everybody Spent an eternity with me. I don't want anybody to be left behind Exactly. Thanks for joining us on this part one of this incredible interview with Chris Hunter on the Greg McAfee show big thanks to Chris for being part of the show and If you're watching on YouTube, don't forget to like and please subscribe Below you can also support this podcast by rating and reviewing on iTunes or your preferred listening platform Keep listening, I'll keep challenging you Don't forget to follow us on Instagram and Facebook at the Greg McAfee show no spaces No underscores. Be sure to tune in next week for part two with Chris Hunter as always. Thanks for listening Carry on God bless and none of us are guaranteed another day.
A highlight from 695:BitVM Alters Bitcoin Game and Israel Freezes Hamas Assets
"Good evening and welcome to The Crypto Overnight -er. I'm Nicodemus and I will be your host as we take a look at the latest cryptocurrency news and analysis. So sit back, relax and let's get started. And remember, none of this is financial advice. And it's 10pm Pacific on Tuesday, October 10th, 2023. Welcome back to The Crypto Overnight -er where we have no sponsors, no hidden agendas and no BS. But we do have the news, so let's talk about that. Tonight we're diving into a groundbreaking proposal that could reshape Bitcoin's utility, a controversial partnership between a leading crypto exchange and a nation state, a gold -backed digital token aiming to stabilize the volatile economy, Europe's evolving stance on central bank digital currencies and some cautionary tales of cyber threats in the crypto world. It's all about innovation, geopolitics and the fine line between risk and opportunity. So let's get into it. BitVM is a groundbreaking proposal that's shaking the very foundations of the crypto world. Developed by Robin Linus of ZeroSync, BitVM aims to bring Ethereum -like smart contracts to Bitcoin without requiring a soft fork. That's right, no forks required. BitVM's architecture is based on Ethereum's optimistic roll -ups and fraud proofs. It's a Turing -complete system, meaning it can theoretically solve any computational problem. The logic of Bitcoin contracts would be executed off -chain, but verification would happen on Bitcoin. This is a massive leap from Bitcoin's current limitations, which are confined to basic operations like signatures, time locks and hash locks. Now let's talk about the skepticism. Adam Back is a Bitcoin core contributor. He urges caution, likening BitVM to Greg Maxwell's 2016 ZKP contingent payments. But Linus fired back, stating that BitVM is superior because the prover doesn't need to know the solution up front. BitVM is not without its challenges. It's slower, more expensive and more complex compared to Ethereum's virtual machine. It also requires a significant amount of off -chain computation and communication. BitVM is enabled by the Taproot soft fork, which took place in November 2021, a significant milestone that cannot be overlooked. BitVM represents a shift in the Bitcoin ecosystem. Imagine a world where Bitcoin isn't just a store of value or a medium of exchange, but a platform for Turing -complete contracts. That's what BitVM promises, and it's huge. It's like giving Bitcoin a Swiss army knife in a world where it was just previously a single -bladed pocket knife. But let's not get carried away. BitVM has its limitations. It is slower and more complex than Ethereum's It's not going to dethrone Ethereum overnight. It's a step, albeit a significant one, towards making Bitcoin more versatile. The skepticism from figures like Adam Back is worth noting. BitVM is still in its infancy, and its real -world applicability is yet to be tested. But the fact that it's even being discussed is a testament to the relentless innovation in the crypto space. It's a reminder that Bitcoin is not just static, it's evolving, and BitVM could be a key part of that evolution. In short, BitVM has its pros and cons. On one hand, it opens new opportunities for Bitcoin. On the other, it introduces complexities and potential vulnerabilities. It's a tool that could either elevate Bitcoin to new heights or expose it to new risks. So what's the verdict? BitVM is a monumental step, but its real -world applicability remains to be seen. It's a remarkable computer science exercise with perhaps even a soft fork. All right, from turning Bitcoin into a multi -tool, let's switch gears to geopolitics, the place where crypto meets statecraft. Is Binance aiding Israel in its financial warfare against Hamas? Stick around and find out. And if you like what you're hearing, don't forget to follow us for nightly updates.
Medium Isabeau Maxwell Describes 'The Sage Method'
"Those who are listening and they want to do a course with you. Let's talk a little bit about the sage method and they want to do a course. Are you teaching people how to be a medium? What do you teach in your course? The sage method is structured in such a way that it shows you what's blocking you. Which can be a challenge to walk through. But it does three things. It shows you what's blocking you. It explains how intuition works. The in between, all the stuff that we've been talking about. More depth so you kind of understand how the engine runs. And then lastly, it holds you in a space of experimenting with not only psychic, but mediumship experiments. And in both of those, you try psychic abilities in 10 different ways. And you try mediumship abilities in 10 different ways at the end of the course. And when you're done, you walk away from the course knowing if you're more psychic or more medium. And you also walk away from the course knowing how to best hold yourself to access your intuition. Oh wow, sounds really, really interesting. So then yes, there are going to be some people who will start communicating with spirit then from the course. I imagine that will happen. And I like that you said that it shows people where their blocks are because that's the biggest thing to manifest. And when people are like, oh, I do all the things that everybody tells me to do and I practice and practice and nothing's coming to me. And that's because they don't realize they have so many unconscious blocks that are blocking those things from coming into you. I mean, if we're a magnet, we're attracting those things into our life, you may be unconsciously blocking things because of a belief system or something that's running in the background that you don't even realize that's running the show in your life, right? Exactly, exactly. My favorite feedback from this course, I've been teaching the course since 2007 or 2008. And for many years I taught it in person and then I put it online a number of years ago. But favorite my bits of feedback are the frequent feedback where people say, I took this course to open up my intuition. And while that did happen, I ended up finishing the course happier than I was before. And I'm like, yeah, because the blocks that are blocking your intuition are also the things that are causing you distress.
Meet Author, Medium and Spiritual Coach Isabeau “Beau” Maxwell
"So Isabeau Maxwell is one of the leading spiritual coaches in intuitive development today. Isabeau brings deep channeled knowledge and personal understanding to the field of spirituality. She has helped people connect to their authentic, natural, intuitive abilities for over 15 years. Isabeau is the founder of the award -winning intuitive development course called The Sage Method. She's the author of the best -selling book, Cracking Open, Adventures of a Reluctant Medium. I love that title. And the creator of the popular online community, The Sage Circle. She is internationally recognized medium, touching the lives of people across the world known for her compassion and accuracy. She brings peace and comfort to many through her energy work, transformative sessions, and teachings. And if you want to follow along while you're listening or to find out more about her, you can visit her website. It's called thesagesagemethod .com. Welcome, Isabeau. Thanks so much for joining me today. I'm really excited to talk to you. I am excited to chat with you, too. We've got the very similar vibe, and we're out there doing some of the same stuff. And I was looking forward to getting on the line with you. Oh, good. I know, I swear psychics and psychic mediums and people that are really, like, in touch with that part of themselves. It's, like, so fascinating to me because I know that I'm very intuitive, and I have had some psychic flashes here and there, but I don't do that work on a regular basis. So share a little bit about you and how... Was this something that you were born with or did it come to you later? And I love the title of your book, Adventures of a Reluctant Medium Cracking Open. All right. I'll let you share your story. Go ahead. No, the title could not be more perfect because I was seriously reluctant. It was quite... So the book itself, it turned out to be a really popular book. When we're off of this line, I'm getting your book, too, because I am in love with what you're doing. Oh, thank you. Thank you so much. So I'm totally going to jump into my story, but if I could ask a question also about your book as well. Are you... Also, you must be getting feedback from people who wish to manifest, and then they read your book, and then manifesting becomes easier as a simple result of reading your book. Yes. Yes, that does happen. That does happen. People are like, oh, because I get really in detail. I go through using our creativity for manifesting, but when you read the book, it's very detailed and there's a lot of writing exercises. So it helps people get really clear on what it is they want because a lot of people don't really know what they want. They kind of know what they don't want and they may want to feel more joy or they may want to be happy, but they're not really sure what that looks like. What does happiness mean to you? To all of us, it's different. So it gets really in depth. And then I have tons of really fun exercises in the book, especially around manifesting health and money, fun games we can play. So it kind of gets us to retrain our brain because we are always thinking about our problems and what we don't want, and we don't want to do that anymore. So, yeah, I love that. And that's a lot of the teaching that happened for my students is through sometimes witnessing other possibilities and just seeing somebody else's experience. Oh, they can do it. You know, I can do it too. So that's my if I was the poster girl for if I can do it, you can do it too. That would work. That would fit who I am, really, because I was 32 years old. I wasn't born with it. I was 32 and my grandmother passed away. And the shortest version is that she showed up in my living room. And it was it was a night and day. Wow. A little bit of fear. All of that has been because up to that point, I was skeptic. I a was math major in the degree from college in mathematics. I mean, I am not the person who would have ever thought would have followed this path. And so here I am two in the afternoon. You know, I just hung up with the hospice house. I wasn't able to be near her. I was a couple of states away. And yeah, it was really hard because I was really close to her. And I was standing there in my living room trying to figure out what the heck to do. And she showed up right in front of me, like 10 feet in front of me, looked right at me. She was about 70 percent
A highlight from SBF TRIAL: 09/26 UPDATE
"Welcome to The SBF Trial, a Coindesk Podcast Network newsletter bringing you daily insights from inside the courtroom where Sam Bankman -Fried will try to stay out of prison. Follow the Coindesk Podcast Network to get the audio each morning with content from the Coindesk regulation team and voiced by Wondercraft AI. Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman -Fried has traded his palatial Bahamas bunker for a bunk bed as he transitions from lux to lockup. Bankman -Fried is staying at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, one of the nation's most notorious correctional facilities. Conditions at the jailhouse where Bankman -Fried has resided for six weeks since losing his bail are a far cry from the former billionaire's old Caribbean stomping grounds. The internet is slow, the living quarters dirty and the cafeteria offering slim, his lawyers have argued. He is subsisting on bread and water, sometimes peanut butter, the defense told a federal judge last month. Former residents of the famous facility and their lawyers, however, have said there's much more to tell about the notorious lockup. They've likened conditions at the jailhouse to those faced by prisoners of war and Hannibal Lecter in the horror movie The Silence of the Lambs. But what's MDC really like on the inside? Here's what we know about the infamous detention center. MDC Brooklyn is a large prison complex encompassing two buildings and housing more than 1 ,600 male and female prisoners, many of whom still await trial. As a mixed security facility, the MDC houses inmates with a variety of criminal histories, including terrorism, organized crime and drug smuggling. A report from the Bureau of Prisons shows current inmates include Juan Orlando Hernandez, a former president of Honduras, who has pleaded not guilty to drug trafficking charges, and Guo Wengui, a Chinese businessman who has pleaded not guilty to fraud charges. Others who have previously served short stints at the jailhouse include Epstein accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell and pharma bro Martin Shkreli. Bankman -Fried likely has a rigid schedule at MDC. Inmates wake up at 6 a .m. and must make their beds, mop the floor and tend to their trash. An orientation handbook from the facility shows. From there, inmates like Bankman -Fried might go to work around the facility, serving as prep cooks in the jail's kitchen, providing janitorial services throughout the complex, or assisting at the facility's maintenance shop. At 11 a .m., they eat lunch. Dinner is served at 4 p .m. Meals are supposed to consist of a meat such as turkey, a starch like rice and a vegetable or fruit, but prisoners are actually served cold cuts, sandwich bread, moldy pound cakes and other unidentifiable foods from the kitchen, according to a petition on Change .org. If Bankman -Fried, a vegan, doesn't like what's offered at the cafeteria, he can use his $150 weekly commissary allowance to buy peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, worth $3 .65 each. He can buy up to two of those per day, according to the complex's rules. In between meals and work, inmates are allowed breaks. However, there's no prison yard for recreational activities at MDC. Instead, Bankman -Fried will have to hang out with his fellow inmates in indoor community rooms, where they can play cards, talk and watch television. Bankman -Fried can also take showers during his downtime in one of five separate individual shower stalls, according to former inmates. However, lines to use the showers are often long. At the end of each day, Bankman -Fried may retire to a communal dorm with rows of bunk beds, according to former prisoners' accounts. However, it's also possible he has been put in protective custody and has his own cell. Either way, getting some shut eye may not be easy. Fluorescent lights keep the dorm and other rooms across the jailhouse semi -lit 24 hours a day. Inmates' writings show. In addition, inmates can often be heard shouting across cell blocks at all hours of the night, former prisoners have said. Uncomfortable heat and cold is another potential issue Bankman -Fried may encounter during his stay at MDC Bankman -Fried in Brooklyn. According to several local news reports, many parts of the MDC lack heating and air conditioning units are sparse throughout much of the facility. Want to follow along? Sign up for Coindesk's new daily newsletter, The SBF Trial, bringing you insights from the courthouse and around the case. You can get the podcast each day right here by following the Coindesk Podcast Network. Thanks for listening.
Founder Steve Maxwell Tells Us About CCDF-USA
"Joining us now is Steve Maxwell founder of CCD F USA and Jonathan houlihan, director of legal operations for CCD F USA in Texas, Steven Jonathan, welcome Steve. Why don't you take an opportunity to introduce the organization and what you guys are able to do and the points on the board you're putting up. Very good. Thank you, Charlie. Thank you for having us on today. Yeah. Organization was founded in April of 2021. And the main mission at the national level is to engage the citizens in critical counties in the country and empower them with the tools that they need to go after this apparatus. It's really trying to take our country down. So at the local level, they're focused on elections, anything to do with elections, education. We have a faith division. And also just follow the money. And then at the national level, we have a legal team of media team. We have information services where we can really do a lot of analytics analysis to follow with its money's going. And then we have an administration team that helps them with all the administration side of their local county operation. And since we've started Charlie, it's been we can only give God credit for the results we've had so far. We're just really getting going and we're really excited about what we're talking to you about today.
Rep. Andy Biggs Wants a Fiscal Path of Sustainability
"Likely is it to get to some of the meteor topics? Because I agree, and I know you do, you want to get to the real meat of it. But the woke stuff obviously, I think, is important for a variety of reasons, but the real meat is in sending the money to Ukraine. It's the massive amount of waste in the civil bureaucracies, like the 87,000 IRS agents, and so what is the plan or the strategy to be able to kind of go through this? I mean, I think we should entertain a government shutdown. I think it's that important, but I don't know if the shutdown actually is part of this, right? This is a separate issue because this is about just the full faith and credit of the United States. Is that correct? Yeah, this doesn't really ultimately lend itself to a budget government shutdown. What it does is it provides leverage in Charlie, I'm a big believer that legislating involves leverage. This is a leverage point for us to reduce spending. So you're right. Last year, most people don't realize this, we spent a $125 billion to Ukraine. Charlie, a $125 billion to Ukraine in an undeclared war that we're not supposed to be fighting in and it's supposed to be and it's become a proxy war. Those are the type of things that are just outrageous. And there's so much of it there. My staff last year we put together a big list. Just a Department of Homeland Security alone. And this is where you need to go as to start. It's the easy. That's what I call, it's the low hanging fruit. But Charlie, we fight within our own party. I once had a bill to eliminate a 15, $20 million program that was everybody admitted was duplicated in two other agencies. And I couldn't even get it out of committee. I only had like four or 5 Republicans vote for it in committee. That's where we're up against Charlie, and that's why this is an important leverage point. If we're ever going to get back on a fiscal path of sustainability. So
The Debt Ceiling Showdown With Congressman Andy Biggs
"There is a critical fight that is looming in Congress. In fact, it's happening right now. I'm going to read from Politico dot com. Senate Republicans tell the house the debt ceiling fight is on you, basically the Senate Republicans are doing what they do best, which is to run to the hills and do absolutely nothing. So this is on the new House of Representatives to fight to hold the line and hopefully use the debt ceiling fight as a way to get an effectuate some meaningful change. Joining us now from the great state of Arizona is Andy Biggs, Andy, welcome back to the program. Hey, Charlie, good to be with you. So Andy, walk us through what is exactly going on with the debt ceiling fight, the Senate wants nothing to do with it, but we have the majority and more specifically the house freedom caucus has really more power than ever before. So what's the strategy what's the game plan of this critical fight? Okay, so for people who don't understand this, the debt ceiling hit last week and that's an estimation that we're going to run out of money. Now the way that happens is that came on the 19th and then from the 19th for about until July or August, we have enough money, but we have enough we're going to take some special measures to get us through that. But before then, we're going to have to raise the debt ceiling, so we don't default on our loans. So that that's what it boils down to. The problem is the Democrats and some of my own Republican friends have spent this into oblivion to get there and they believe in something called the modern monetary theory, Charlie, which means that you could just keep printing money and it won't have any effects. In other words, you can just keep borrowing money. So what we need to do is to counterbalance that you're going to have to have a short term increase in your debt in order to pay off all of your loans and other your obligations. But you're going to have to reduce your spending and the way you reduce your spending as you go through, first of all, and you find anything, just like you would in a normal budget. I did it last week. I didn't realize I had so many Amazon channels. Amazon Prime channels, Charlie. And so I went through and I just started whacking them because it's crazy. You have to do the same thing at a bigger level.
Who Signed the Arrest Warrant to Nab Jeffrey Epstein?
"That's actually easy to find out is, who signed the arrest warrant to arrest Jeffrey Epstein when he landed back from Paris if my memory serves me correctly, Newark international airport, Newark. I believe that and if I remember correctly, Ghislaine Maxwell was actually the one that told him to come home. If I remember correctly, Ghislaine Maxwell told him to come home or come back, he did it on trust and as soon as he landed in Newark airport, he was arrested. Play cut 36 of Ghislaine Maxwell, now expressing her thoughts. Play cut 36. I believe that he was magic. Wow shocked. Now what did it happen? Because the science team was saying to, I was sure you were going to appeal. And I was sure that he was covered under the non prosecution agreement. But I wasn't in the indictment. I wasn't mentioned. I wasn't even one of the Coke. I obviously wish I'd never met him. Now, we very well might be able to I'm sure we can find the name of some judge that signed the warrant to actually arrest him or the arresting agents. That's not the point. The point is who's actually in charge who decided, we want to take out Jeffrey Epstein. No, no, not just take him out, but arrest him. And if you were going to kill Jeffrey Epstein, why would you need to arrest him, put him in prison, and then do it in a way that will only invite criticism and questions. And it does beg the broader question, were there people within the government that were actually trying to do the right thing?
"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"He's been in that system before when he came there before he didn't buck this system. And Kevin Durant doesn't seem like he wants to, you know, he's going to lead when he needs to, but he understands part of that still Steph to you. So if I'm Steph Curry and I got an opportunity to come out and get him after what they did with him, that's a no brainer. I take that all day. It's a big girl's love that. The last shot. So far, give me a chance to talk and wipe my mouth. All right, so know that to throw the Cedric Maxwell podcast. I ain't built a bone. I'm joined by Cedric Maxwell,
"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"It was. That's what it was, girl. It's good. And then when I said that, I was trying to hold the suspense and the MVP of the Eastern Conference finals is let's see. Jason Tatum. So it was, he gave me a chance really just to get a lot of stuff out and then I just went from interview to interview the other view the other view and it was just kind of surreal. Once again, to do the honor, Larry Bird's former teammate, welcome back, Cedric Maxwell. Girl, it is a pleasure to be on top. And we didn't get back here the team. I applied with the team. So we didn't get back in Boston. We didn't land until about four 30. A.m.. So for us to have for us to get off the plane, essentially you could see the sun rising out of the east and it was starting to get bright and by the time I got home, I think it was closer to 5, 30s, something like that by the time I ended up getting home. So it was a confusing long strenuous night. I wonder if they didn't want any Celtics fans out there partying to celebrate in Miami. How about instead of how about you Joe sweat, do you think it was they didn't want the players to stay in Miami and some might go to south beach. Then that's it. I'll leave that to you with your young ass. You can tell me if you got players who just wanted going to south beach is COVID, there's women. That's not a good look. There's nothing for you out there. Your brother, Joelle, was saying, your dad, I know what he said, nah, nah, nah. That was just amazing..
"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"Champion in 1981, Finals MVP, Celtics legend, Cedric Maxwell. Lisa, first of all, it would be disrespectful if we did not acknowledge Miami. That's a hell of a club over there. They played great. Now, how about them down shelters? The big girls love that. The last shot. So far, give me a chance to talk and watch my mouth. All right, so the episode is Cedric Maxwell podcast. I am just waiting for bone alongside Cedric Maxwell, the Boston Celtics.
"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
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Well, what are you going to say to James worthy, man? When the light goes are officially eliminated. You got your script ready. What are you going to do? Send them two tickets to the playoff game. You better do it already. Somehow, I got the hook up. I got the, I've been getting a call from magic's people about coming out there on the 14th of April for his premiere. And I got also supposed to be kind of figuring this thing out. But me to flap out, I was to LA. Come on, man. That's a special event, max. Yeah, I've been reached by magic's people reached out to me. He's having a premiere, and they want me to come out there on the 14th of April for the premiere. Yeah, he's got the documentary coming out, right? He's telling his side of the story. In contrast to the HBO, I don't think I'm going. I know you would go, but bye bye. What do you mean I go on max? Come on, man. Just wait. It's a three. It would be a three day experience. It'd be a day to fly out there. I worked. Unless unless they got some of them dollar bills coming out of somebody's pocket. And I'm good. I mean, you weren't going back. You ain't right. You want me to go just for GP. So I can get booed. I mean, I don't think that's going to be the case. What do you mean? You can tell you a lot of things. You're one of the few, you're one of the few from the rivalry, right? From the south as late as rivalry, you're one of the few ballers in the limelight with the mic in the hand in front of the man. You guys talk your shit. You know what I mean? You gotta spice up this rivalry. You know what I'm talking about? You know I'm a get booed if I go there, but you can talk your shit. You can tell you started a story, man. Max. You bleed green, okay? That's why he's inviting you. He's not invited you because he's going to put you on. You know what I mean? You couldn't have said that any better. I believe green and I love green, okay? So go represent. I can go. A freebie. To give him publicity. No, I'm good with that. I'm good. This episode of the Cedric Maxwell podcast is brought to you by bet online dot AG. Head over to the website or use your mobile device to sign up today and receive your 50% welcome bonus on your first deposit. Just use our promo code CLS 50 to get started. Better line remainder number one spot for all your updated odds and information. Along with player props and great contests throughout the year, your continued source for all your sporting wagering needs, including live betting in your favorite Vegas casino and poker games. It's super easy to get started, so join today. Learn why everyone is saying better line is the fastest and easiest way to wager on all the popular sports and games. It's been online where the game starts. Oh man, I think we did that. With the great max, give me you could have been a rapper, man. I don't know, in a different life. The word play, I like it. Something I gotta be. You had to watch, I mean, you should at least give it a try. I know it's gonna be hard for you to watch that Lakers show on HBO, but it's not bad. What are you talking? No? Is before the time winning though? This is before, man. You know, I can't stumble. I can't stomach the smile and the laughter and all the stuff that goes along with the real funny part about it was that my ex teammate, I played with the Clippers for a minute, just how he was involved in knowing Nixon and to see that that's right. Son is playing his role. And that's what was so funny. I was like, he really looks like norm and then somebody said, oh yeah, that's norm son. No I'm junior with lady. I didn't know that. The role of non Nixon. This is why you could put me on to these type of the backstory. Debbie Allen's wife, husband. You don't know Debbie Allen? Debbie Allen. Found familiar. On that movie fame at one time. She was a famous dancer. She's been on a couple of the Dancing with the Stars that you don't know. I can't explain who it was, but okay, her sister is Felicia Rashad. Who was the huxtable? Oh, yeah. That's fair. Yeah. Her sister. And Debbie Allen was famous for a police show was famous. And then him and norm, they met together and they got married. And that's when they knew. Yeah. Yeah, right now he's nervous because he's afraid this rookie point guard, I'm going to take a spot, but he's confident now. He's thinking during training camp right now. That's where they are in the show right. So yeah, it's good. It's not bad. It's not bad. You know me, man. I'm a historian, especially with basketball. So I love this stuff. Go back in time, learn some, you know, learn about the learn about the robbery. Max is like, fuck that. Great job, max. As always, guys, follow us on social media, of course. See on this media here on YouTube, subscribe, subscribe to us on iTunes as well. So you get all the notifications every time we drop a new episode. And we'll check you guys next week. 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"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
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"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"I got my foot in the door. I was working. I was doing that. When I first started doing this, I first got back to Boston. I would say that. I said that we're a great city and I'd always end mine by saying one thing. And they always have, you know, the guys say, okay, what do you have to say? I said, I'm gonna do what I normally do all the time. Until this city gives Bill Russell a statue. They have done themselves done themselves an injustice. And then Barack Obama picked up on it. When Celtics owners picked up on it and the next thing we know there was a statue. And I still think this should have been a statue in front of the Boston garden. Yeah. There's still believed that. I mean, I understand and city hall, that's a great, great honor, but I still believe there should have been a statue that should have been from the Boston garden someplace. I agree. 1000%. I hope, I don't know, hopefully it changes, but yeah. Even that, even the placement is all. The whole thing, they just butchered the whole thing. They bossed the whole thing, man, just a boss job, but man. I digress. Anyways, what that episode of the Cedric Maxwell podcast next week we'll see how this stuff is team is doing, of course. It'll be technically it is tracing has already begun, but of course I'm sure we'll hear some wild rumors between now and then. So we'll break that all down. We'll keep it we'll keep it mostly Celtic. And of course, we'll have to get into our music battle max. Don't think I forgot about that. 'cause I got some great country western tunes that I want you to hear. What? What are you doing? You know, you know what? That is. I want to get you. LY cheating. You talk shit about my very hot chili peppers? I did. Yeah. Let me do my nose like that. What? The reaction to the song I'm going to play man is going to make it so worth it, man. You're going to be walking the reaction that you didn't have to Chris Stapleton is going to be so like, yeah, you gonna be like, jeez. I can hear the cowboy boots clicking. I'm telling you Joe Sweeney. You listen to this song and I want you to hear it live because we're going to have to get this reveal. This is one of those reaction videos that you and I have not done. But that we're going to have to do. My other reaction video has to be I think it was last week and we have to get it. YouTube had a had James worthy Lion on. He was lying down on the not on the bench, but it was a little bit he was standing on because he was just so disgusted the way that Lakers were playing. And so I was, that was another reaction video that you and I have to see, but there is some incredible things in the association..
"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"The longest time is like, you know, Brown doesn't like Tatum, Tatum doesn't like brown, and you never heard them talk about it. Then all of a sudden you heard Tatum come out and said, look. Me and jaylen like each other. And we root each other. And since then, it seems like they have cleared the air of people talking about one guy against the other. The big girls love that. Chicks love the last shot opportunity. So funny. Give me a task of so I can wipe my mouth. All right, finally back with a brand new episode of Cedric national podcast. I am just wait for bone alongside Cedric Maxwell, a brief hiatus. I mean, between me getting at a health and safety protocols and max feeling on the weather last week, we were finally able to get together this week. What's up max? How are we feeling? No, I'm feeling great, man. Happy. And, you know, all that subscribers who've been around and waited for, you know, we got some good segments for you. How about these two kids? One of them is Jayson Tatum. The other one is jaylen Brown, but man, they put one hell of a performance together. Combined for 66 points. The Boston Celtics gave the Sacramento Kings of beating. One 28 to 75, what was it? 36 from Tatum. You had 30 from jaylen and of course, Tatum coming off the 51 piece that he had at the nation's capital, which I was able to see up close and personal. It's been one hell of a run, I guess, but of course, two games, not quite enough, right? We've seen this team long enough, but how do you feel about them right now? Just wait, are you going to talk about The Oprah 27 for the 3.9? Are you going to get to that? For 20 max, that was weeks ago, man. It still was like, that is this glaring that think about that. These are all for me. Shooter. And you see how the law of averages works, though? And you know, here's another one. Steph Curry hasn't been shooting it well here lately. And that's kind of crazy when you think about the greatest shooter of all time. You know, not knocking down shots. Now, they can't say they can't get it going. But and then you look at us. So what's going on in Brooklyn? I mean, I'm not sure what the rant is doing up there now. And I think the craziest thing about it, what would happen.
"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"What's going on everybody is Jose pavon, you know, getting to sit down with Cedric Maxwell was a lot of fun. I got this feature. I'm putting together talking about his book. If these walls could talk and we did this at the farm in Beverly Hills. Now this is a special spot that Mac likes to go to every time he's in town and the Celtics on the verge of back to back said I get the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Clippers. I got a chance to have a sit down with him and here's most of our conversation in this episode, it's gonna feel like you're sitting at the table with us, all right? But trust me, it's worth it. It's a great conversation. The last stop opportunity. So funny. So if you wipe my mouth. This is gonna podcast. I want you to just be kicking me chilling. Okay, all right, this is you. This is you seeing me and my reporter element putting this feature together. Okay. A two quarter. Let's do it. You ruined LA. How's it feel? There's lots of times you thought you were ready. You know, with this place called a foreign man, I love this place. We are riding for Dale dry. We're in Beverly Hills. Yeah. It don't get no better than this, man. I mean, this is back in Boston right now is probably in the high 30s and we're out here. We just sweater on the sun and shine and it's supposed to be close to 80° today. We're probably going to have. You still think about the robbery we would come out here? Is that part of it? I do. And, you know, when the funniest things they ever happen to me was actually here. Where we were, I was actually in Beverly Hills and there was a Laker fan. And you'll see these occasionally you'll see these there's really, I guess I can see it. You see these all these cars coming down the street and they are like they're looking for sightseeing sightseeing trucks. Right. So this guy comes up to me in a Beverly Hills thing and I'm in Beverly Hills. He comes up as a Laker fan. He's like, oh my God. So he says that it's going to take a picture with just a nigga video with me. All of a sudden this sightseeing thing comes up with all these people who were from Japan. And they just take a picture. It's like, don't even know who I am. It was just so funny, but LA's gonna like this. It's a completely different environment out here. 'cause not like Celtics fans, right? Things were reversed, and you were one of those like LA Lakers walking around Boston. It's a different reception, though. Well, the thing about LA everybody is famous. So nobody trips with the thing about how we walk around and Boston thereby is like, oh my God, that feels so good. There's a patriot that those people walk around here in LA, which I found to be fascinating with the Clippers. I realized that because when I was on the east coast, in the place I go on these coast people come up to me. Oh my God. What's going on? I hear and play with the Clippers. I was at the mall, people walk around, walk by me like I was a sign out there. I famous here. But you're not famous only a couple of people. You stop for, like, magic was one of the people that people stopped for. I'm sure it was Jack was going the way he was going to read. But for the most part, there are people they're used to seeing people walk on the beach. They're used to seeing all these famous actresses for you and I don't see them going, oh, that's it. But we don't even trip with it now. It's so used to it. It's a different environment. I'm always gonna run into like someone who had a minor role in some show that I used to watch, and I will. Yeah. Because you can do that. You can do that with the person that is waiting on our table right now. They will tell you, well, I'm just doing this for the time, being until, you know, my active thing is gone and that so you will hear people say that, you know, that are just regular people and you say, oh, you're in wet. Yeah, I mean, such as movie, or I was an extra. So it is completely different. When you think about leaving Boston and coming here, a complete different environment with a bit of a culture shock, you know, joining the clippers and coming into this brand new environment being LA. It was completely different. In the sense that, you know, I was with the championship Celtics. And the thing that for me, one of the things that I told people I said, we are thinking that at the time there were 26 teams in the league. I got booed in every arena except once. And that was in Boston. When I was with the Clippers, they know there's just been a home game. It was so funny. I'd be like, bring it on, bring it on. So come on. They love that they just laugh, because. They play in here in LA. And people didn't like that. Yeah. But that found I found it really found that you know with some strange bedfellows. I got to be got to know Denzel Washington pretty good. Opinion Marshall was always in the game. She would talk to me. All these different people who were LA who weren't particularly Laker fans would come to our games and with the Clippers and norm Nixon his wife Debbie Allen to doing different worlds and so I met that cast and it was really cool. Yeah, you talked about that in your book. Just getting together when people like that and seeing different celebrities come through and come and shake your hand, that must've been so different compared to Boston. It is. I mean, Boston, everybody's not to be bad about boss mayor buzz, you know, Joey or Billy from the, you know, from the south of Europe. Or whatever they were. Hardworking guys. Yo, yo, man. And I love my life for both some people all their time was used guys. Use guys gonna win and leave. Use gut. You guys. So the environment was really different. And you think about being in LA, first of all, just to get to the arena. I'll leave that on camera's version switches about an hour premiere. So my commute on a game day was like about four hours, I would drive in, drive out on a shoot around, go back home, then drive back in and drive back out. I was on the road for like four hours. This is like a four hour trip. So everything so far. Another thing. You have to put that in your scheme of things. The contents about, you know, just driving. Great. If these walls could talk, why is this so important for you to put this book out? Why now, actually? I don't even know why now. You know, people have talked to me about that, you know, my Cosmo where he was the guy who actually actually talked to me about it. And, you know, we just, and I.
At 101, She's Still Hauling Lobsters With No Plans to Stop
"A one hundred one year old woman in Maine has no plans to stop hauling lobsters Virginia Oliver still faithfully tends to attract top Rockland Maine with her seventy eight year old son Maxwell I'm man the lobster and I made sure all then I put them in the king Oliver started trapping lobsters at the age of eight and these days she catches them using a boat that once belonged to her late husband and bears her own name the Virginia Oliver had worked at a printing plant Mary being nasty when he came on Monday and I have the dad will call the doctor went to Laura had said Monday it has an important role in Oliver had a brief scare a couple of years ago when a crab snapped her finger and she had to get seven stitches she won't let that stop her always down there from now on I might as well keep right on doing it I'm at Donahue
Verdell, No. 12 Oregon Stun No. 3 Ohio State 35-28
"A mid season enter conference ranked match up in between the third ranked Buckeyes and the twelfth ranked Oregon ducks in Columbus Ohio ended with a thirty five twenty eight upset win by the visitors the game became an offense of slugfest with one thousand one hundred seventeen total yards combined between the two schools but Oregon won the rushing attack running back CJ for dell and Travis dye combined for over two hundred yards on the ground including for dell seventy seven yard rushing touchdown open up the second half Ohio state quarterback CJ Stroud impressed with four hundred and eighty four yards passing Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio
Prince Andrew Is Still on the Lam to Avoid Being Served Papers
"If you're not keeping tabs on what's happening, let me fill you in on this endless idiot. So last month, Virginia Jeffrey files this federal civil lawsuit. We talked about it on the show against Prince Andrew. The guy she's accused of sexually abusing her a bunch of times when she was a minor. And various houses or residences that belonged to Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell. And now Andrew has done everything in his powers to not get served this lawsuit. And he just continues to evade process service. Are they not trying hard enough? Can't they just fly in on a fucking jetpack and come up with a better idea? How are you not getting this guy? Jesus. And now he's hiding out at his mom's country home and Scotland. She's dead. I mean, I've never seen a royal work this hard. This is a lot of work, but since we know he can't sweat because of his fictitious condition, I guess he must look very gallant doing this. But right after the news broke of Virginia's lawsuit. Andrew's ex-wife Fergie makes an appearance and says, let's get out of here. I'll go with you. And they throw a couple of bags in a truck and they spit out a speed out of town, they go to Queen Elizabeth's country castle, balmoral. Balmoral. A few weeks after that, it was reported that Andrew had left balmoral and was hiding out at royal lodge in Windsor. But he's back on the run again. This guy is always fled to the safety of his mother's balmoral estate in Scotland and he's doing it for a second time now. A second time in a month he's back to this guy moves around more than I do. And he's believed to have made this big man dash up north in an attempt, obviously, to avoid being humiliated of being physically served papers in Virginia Robert drew Frey up cape upcoming civil lawsuit against him. I guess he thinks he's too good for
"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
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"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"Really, I don't even understand why. You go through that. Because ultimately, at the end of the day, the man always has to be has to pay money. And I don't know, max, you got receipts. You're getting a divorce. It doesn't make any difference at this time. If the wife chief, if this all pays out and you see, working with the guy and everything 9 times of the ten, it is about the man. It's about the man and just the way this is the real world. The big girls love that. She loves the last God. Sex body. All right, it's another episode of the Cedric Maxwell podcast..
Illinois Democrats Set to OK New Legislative Maps Over Criticism
"Illinois Democrats convening a special session to redraw legislative maps they drew back in May. Now they're incorporating US Census data provided in August. The hope is to head off legal challenges by Republicans Capital Bureau chief Mark Maxwell in Springfield. This latest move is the most glaring evidence yet. The Democrats muscled the first map through just to meet that deadline, and now they're muscling a second real map through if you will to cover their tracks and button up the parts of that first map that could have been shot down in the courts. Republicans argue it's after June 30th that constitutional deadline and by still drawing these maps, it means it should go to a bipartisan commission. Republicans filed federal lawsuits over the first maps.
CEO Joseph Maxwell Shares How Parlance Helped NYU Langone Health Improve Service Levels During the Pandemic
"So I want to share with you now a few examples of how parlance is working with some of the health systems that we've partnered with to deliver some of these great experiences to both callers and agents. And our first one is start with some work that we're doing with NYU langone. At the start of the pandemic, NYU langone was challenged to maintain effective staffing levels. Their operators were unable to consistently report to work, whether it was due to illness or their inability to leverage public transportation due to some of the travel restrictions when New York was in their lockdown. But we partnered with NYU langone to help improve and maintain their service levels to college in the midst of these varying staffing levels. By allowing college to simply just use their voice to naturally engage and get connected, we were able to shift the burden of managing those calls away from the operators and agents over to the modern IVR solution, which is always available. And though NYU langone is a large and complex organization, they have a lot of services and they attend to a broad array of patients. We were able to implement quickly and effectively for them. Today, call us can easily navigate to over 46,000 destinations within the health network. By just using their
Joseph Maxwell CEO of the Parlance Corporation on Whether Consumers Are Getting the Best or Worst Experience of Modern IVR
"Know, everyone here today is a healthcare consumer. We've all had some sort of experience engaging with our local healthcare providers. Some of those experiences have been good. Some not so great. But if you're having to call in to a healthcare provider, I want you to imagine first, what would the best experience be like? I would offer that you call one number, your doctor answers after the first ring. And this is your doctor, the one you trust that has the great bedside manner. The doctor personally greets you is able to attend to your knee and you can wrap up, ramp up that call and feel like you've been well served. Now what's the worst experience that you can have if you're calling in to your healthcare provider? Well, first, you may have to find the right number for the service that you need. Then you have to make that call. And what you're greeted with instead of a person is now a verbose, multi level IVR menu. And as we know that can sometimes happen, those options don't quite match what you need. You finally get through it and now you have to wait on hold for assistance. And I mean, wait. Like 15 minutes or so. And then worst of all, your call is dropped, and you have to start over. Now, which of these experiences is closer to the typical experience you would have today calling into some healthcare system? And now it offered that some of the elements that we just discussed in terms of having to find the number having to deal with a long winded IVR and having to deal with wait times is more typical of an experience you have today, which puts us closer to the worst experience into the best experience.
Make or Break a New Habit
"Let's talk about habits. They're super interesting right like most of the time. When i hear the word habits i think like bad habits or chewing your nails or began your face or scrolling on your phone for too long but lately i've been diving deep into studying habits out of general curiosity but also in my quest to learn how to develop healthy new habits set support the life that i want from making sure that i'm taking my prenatal vitamins every day to drinking more water to getting to bed on time in moving my body every day. I've been really focused on establishing habits at support me through this season of pregnancy. But that will also outlast. That baby bumped. Have you ever heard that. It takes twenty one days to form a new habit while it's actually interesting because in my research i've found that that's not actually true as someone who's always trying to improve him better myself. I was studying up on habits and habit-forming recently and i actually made a pretty crazy discovery. Leases really crazy to me. So the author of atomic habits james clear published a story on his blog about a plastic surgeon from the nineteen fifties and his name was maxwell. Malts so dr molds notice that whenever he'd perform an operation on someone like a nose job it would take them at least twenty one days to get used to seeing their changed facial features the same one for patients who had a limb amputated. It took about twenty one days or more for them to adjust to the change. Doctor multi use those findings to start observing his own new behaviors and notice that it also took him a minimum of twenty one days to form a new habit. The doctor eventually published a book about behavior. Changed called psycho cybernetics where he wrote. These and many other commonly observed phenomena tend to show that it requires a minimum of about twenty-one days for an old mental image to dissolve and a new one to gel. So that's actually where this idea of twenty one days for new habits started but the message has been totally twisted with time. Notice that dr mulde said a minimum of twenty one days is required to form a new habit but so many teachers in the self-help sphere have taken that number and named it as a rule
"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"Camel client was like well this is the point of the plan. We're going to play them in brown and we're going to play with them this year and see how good they can be. And then we're going to add pieces as they progress and I like the idea of really nice guy friends. If you don't need a blockbuster deal for a Karl, Anthony towns, you're still essentially in the same spot. If you went out and traded the way Brown to go out and get Bill Bradley Beal. So, I, I like, I actually like what they're doing. Essentially, most Celtic fans were saying Brands is just sitting on his hands right now with a brand. Has a plant. A big girls love that shakes. The last shot popular show. So far away here, real fast showing here. Why is Cedric Maxwell podcast box where my left and Max on my right and somehow they invited me in here to talk hoops. And so, we're here guys, Max you down in North Carolina, it's going on down there weather. Good weather is fantastic. You know, everybody's excited down here about, you know, the Hornets. They're really excited about them. They're excited also about the Panthers, you know, their, their football team. So this is a sports city, they got, you never knew that. Well, they got a game, which is coming here, this is going to be Clemson and I think often in Georgia, a plane here in Charlotte. So, man. I can't imagine, you know, the price of the ticket or the price. Yeah, place to stay going to happen. When we were told me Thursday. Is right now. Is it even going to look at it? But Toyota you sucked into the the Charlotte Sports life and all that. It can keep talking on and on but I mean to his credit though. Yeah, I'm sure they're bit more excited..
Passenger Charged With Groping, Punching Flight Attendants
"The Miami Dade Police report, 22 year old Maxwell Berry, now charged with three counts of battery where his behavior on the Frontier Airlines flight from Philadelphia to Miami Saturday. Police say Barry had been drinking, allegedly assaulted three flight attendants groped to female and punched a male attendant. You know what? Why do they have to mention he was drinking? Like, what does that have to do with it? I've been drinking on a plane. I didn't do that. Why? Why should drinking. Take the hit right. If you're smoking weed. They wouldn't say that. If he was on Coke. They wouldn't say he's all coked up. But for some reason Alcohol always takes the shot. Don't you think? That's the reason why he was acting the way he but But But if he was on Coke, they wouldn't say he was all coked up if they knew that to be true, Yes, they were, but they don't or or you know, he would. They wouldn't say. Well, you know, he was spotted in his, uh, in his Subaru taking large bomb loads before the flight. You never hear that. I never heard. It's always alcohol. It takes the hit alcohol limit on the yes and cigarettes. You know, it's cigarette smokers. The last people everyone can make fun of night cigarette smokers. Right, like the last people that you can discriminate against all the time, and they always take it in the shorts, saying here swinging at the man trying to restrain him. He started to get aggressive and then basically attack the men play out in there, Are you The flight attendants desperate to get very under control, stretching tape across his body and around the seat kind of a busy flight, right. I'm usually just sitting there on my iPad playing a game or something, And then these guys, everyone's punching each other. They're duct taping each other kind of an interesting flight. Alfredo Rivera, who shot this video says the crew did the best they could to protect the other passengers. They have to restrain him because He was a danger for other passengers or insane but the airline under fire for its handling of the situation, the airline got down on the flight attendants suspended all of them. And then the
"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"We're talking about one of the top. I'd say top four guards in the NBA and if you were you able to roll the dice and that way you'd have to make that particular mood off the big girls. Love that shakes, the last opera shows That's your real fast and get points on my back with another episode of the Cedric. Maxwell podcast. I am joking for bone. He is of course. Cedric Maxwell, Max. Looks like we're not based on last week's episode. Looks like neither one of us going to get what we want and at least any time soon, right? You got Riley. Bill.
"maxwell" Discussed on Revision Path
"I'm talking with maxwell. Van hook an associate creative director at amazon in seattle washington and the co host designing wild black. Let's start the show all right so tell us who you are and what you do. I am maxwell van hook. I am from baltimore maryland. Currently my professional life. I am in associate creative director on the amazon devices team. So that basically intel's anything that has alexa in it but it also involves the devices that amazon makes so you can think about your echo. Dots echo shows kindles emerging platforms. Like amazon luna was cloud gaming outside of my professional life. I made music lover. I'm also the co host of designing while black along with becca markham. So that sorta comprises. I am first and foremost. I would say with all of those things i i like to show up as a friend. So i'm disa- friend support system end a champion of other people's dreams. I like to see people succeed like to see people win house the going so far the years been good. I'm not gonna lie to you when kobe hit. I think that i had some psychological in emotional barriers. No just in terms of shifting. My schedule i had a routine i would get up every day. Probably around six thirty seven o'clock Do whatever i need to do for the morning. Get dressed go to work. Probably get coffee. When i went to work. And so it gets kinda monotonous in all of that broke down once kobe hidden so now i'm at home now with my wife and i'm with my cat and nobody's really going outside and so added create new routines for myself. I had to learn how to work out with my home. I learned how to learn how to run with my own idol. Learn how to make sure that was keeping my mind active. No outside of my day to day work and i also need to figure out how to keep myself emotionally and mentally stable. So it's been good. 'cause i learned a lot about myself I really had to scrutinize what i want from life and allow me to be still so i. I know that there are a lot of that. Came along with the pandemic. But now that i am were somewhat out of it actually appreciated. 'cause allow me to sit with myself and really be introspective about how i wanted to move forward in this this next phase of life like i just turned thirty one not too long ago and so i feel like i'm gonna across rose in in terms of who i to be. There's been good for me. Yeah i i think a lot of people now especially here in the states who have hopefully gardner vaccines or or they're seeing. Now that just restrictions are being lifted like nationwide and in many places..
Interview With Maxwell VanHook, Creative Director at Amazon
"All right so tell us who you are and what you do. I am maxwell van hook. I am from baltimore maryland. Currently my professional life. I am in associate creative director on the amazon devices team. So that basically intel's anything that has alexa in it but it also involves the devices that amazon makes so you can think about your echo. Dots echo shows kindles emerging platforms. Like amazon luna was cloud gaming outside of my professional life. I made music lover. I'm also the co host of designing while black along with becca markham. So that sorta comprises. I am first and foremost. I would say with all of those things i i like to show up as a friend. So i'm disa- friend support system end a champion of other people's dreams. I like to see people succeed like to see people win house the going so far the years been good. I'm not gonna lie to you when kobe hit. I think that i had some psychological in emotional barriers. No just in terms of shifting. My schedule i had a routine i would get up every day. Probably around six thirty seven o'clock Do whatever i need to do for the morning. Get dressed go to work. Probably get coffee. When i went to work. And so it gets kinda monotonous in all of that broke down once kobe hidden so now i'm at home now with my wife and i'm with my cat and nobody's really going outside and so added create new routines for myself. I had to learn how to work out with my home. I learned how to learn how to run with my own idol. Learn how to make sure that was keeping my mind active. No outside of my day to day work and i also need to figure out how to keep myself emotionally and mentally stable. So it's been good. 'cause i learned a lot about myself I really had to scrutinize what i want from life and allow me to be still
"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"I've met this fiance me along and, you know, she was, she was nice and pretty and they tell me they brought it up and you didn't say so. So I wish you had how you dropped off. I did not. He may grab my hand, she grabbed my hand and said, let me introduce you to my wife, you said back. And, and I said, I did, like you bet. Let me do, like, you were saying, let me, let me beat your sweat. Let's do this. Okay, let's do this last month. So far away here. Real fast on your Wi-Fi, back, one episode of the Cedric, Maxwell off. As I am go.
"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"When they were good a big girl that chicken really good. I'm going to be around almost went to the final. I was just a great, great great when they offer paper. Reading every position. Every possession was like a mini war that they feel, they had to win. They they defended they rebounded everything. Now they do. So casual and because of that, you can just see the wheels kind of fall off. When they start getting in trouble, a big girl love that. She took the last job, shows. So far here, real fast on your Wi-Fi. Wow, am I welcome to another episode? Says Maxwell podcast. I'm course. Jones play.
"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"My time is up here. Let's find me a new home until he pushes that I don't think Toronto trades him and and to this point that hasn't happened often overlooked know all death at trade deadline time. There's going to be moves and there are Rumblings that the Celtics are actively exploring all their options. But exactly what's that what that's going to look like? I can't tell you today a month out, but I think Danny's been pretty clear here with his interviews in the last couple of weeks that he's looking and I know Celtics fans are sick of hearing that I know there's this this sentiment that we never, you know, we never make movies, I would question that a little bit they did go all in on Kyrie Irving and that didn't work out. So I you know, I don't think it's accurate to say they never you know, they never push their chips into the middle of the table. But you know, they're they're looking they're trying they know they need changes cuz cuz this group is stagnating. Utah Jazz a solid where they'll say let me let you I'll let you finish what the hell is going on. I mean, I understand you tell us a good team but this is ridiculous right now. I mean, you're right and that's why I felt like they should have three All-Stars because if you look at this season, it's parody everywhere. It's roster disruption disruptions obviously teams are struggling to deal with covid-19. Yo, but saying all that they are one of those they gotta prove it to us in the playoffs. And I think they know it and I think even I think even they would say it that they know they can dominate the regular season and they're still going to be skepticism. They're going to have to show us in the play-offs but they got they they have a really they have a great thing going they came the season with continuity which is a huge advantage in this season full of disruptions. And you know, they're doing as much as you can do can't do more than they've done to this point these episodes Maxwell podcast brought to you by betonline.ag metal line is the fastest.
"maxwell" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
"Wasn't he never felt anywhere near a hundred percent that brown would actually accepted because Brad has such a good thing going on Butler. He just knew that that was his number one choice. I'm sure he had at least two guys lined up you off. Or at least or at least a second promise or at least some sort of you know bad guys. My go-to is Brett says no, there's always guys in NBA who you look at and you know one jobs, that's why. I look and see what's going to happen right now down in Brooklyn with Steve Nash. Not with the good times what happens when you have some rough times with that team because you got a lot of guys over there who are starters who wants to who who wants to who equate points with getting paid now, yo, don't win who was there who have been scoring over 24 last couple of years. He sung bich off. Kyrie's taking those showers the rent taking those show Joe Harris found a big town contract. He's just to pull up guy about the sound a little familiar. So, you know, I'm gonna yeah, you're talking about the Celtics suck years ago when they were loaded so so what most important you think? The way these two leads, right? Yeah. Oh, yeah. That's what that's what sort of went wrong. And I'm not from the whole thing on Kyrie the what's your point right guy for getting like, hey, I want my touches. We just got to these to cover. Well, they carry Samsung. Well, I think it's a little different in that. Kyrie looked at everybody on the Celtic team. Like they were under him like they were actually on his level Kyrie Irving when he was here something like they were yeah thought he was it with Celtics. I don't think I refill like anybody who's on his level. But if you hear him talk about the rent, that's one of the things he said and he said I feel like I can make these shots. But you know what damn got down there can get make the same number of jobs even better than I can the first I decided. Yeah like so I don't so I don't think so. I think it's going to be a little different and we'll that rub him the wrong way by having that guy being able to do that and have a little bit more influence. So I find this this year again Mulligan year for everybody because of you know off of it and not having fans there and the way the schedule is drawn up, right and nobody in the world going to tell me they want to be in the truck for fortnight's And can't leave the room in the summertime. Not that bad right now. You know someone is episode of the Cedric Maxwell podcast brought to you by betonline.ag right now. We have the NFL playoffs just around the corner plus we have two NBA games this week. You can win big money. So don't miss out on bedroom line. Right. Now when you hit the betonline.ag use the promo code seal and has 50,000 you will get you your 50% Welcome in bonus now Monday night Celtics versus Miami Heat good action right there plus Thursday night. You got the Dallas Mavericks versus the Denver Nuggets nationally televised on T J T's is also good action there. So don't miss out and of course the NFL playoffs is coming up this weekend headset betonline.ag. Don't forget the promo code clns 50 to get your 50% and welcome in bohm's don't sit on the sidelines anymore get in on the action and don't forget to use that promo code clns 50 betonline.ag your online Sportsbook experts and until you can't leave the room off. A minute chilling. Yeah, I talk to seems us a lot more time with each other. Well, it'll be sort of like the bubble but you're on you're on the go of it, you know, you know when you're on the road it'll feel like the bubble a little bit. Thank God because I want to but guys want to have things to do to other than than Xbox me and leaves you can go out. And before you go ahead go out to maybe a club for a minute you could go into these go have dinner or whatever you're going to do as a team and and talking to Grant Williams Grant was telling me said we said we're not even allowed to leave the room off essentially you go and get some are you can walk but you going out to walk in Detroit. 1st January where you all can do is 14°. Yeah. What are you going to you know, I was at that Hotel phone number that hot dog place down there and then you add the Westin not that you know to be picky, but you're not like you're in there, to where this team normally is so mean when you come back pretty quickly. I mean when you go do I like the chances of these personalities getting closer though. I still believe there's a lot of value in that. Okay, and that that should be reason why I'm putting these guys top five. I'm gonna put him higher than that. Mix. Okay, you want to list them we can go through it. If you want know you're with me when I was a baby. I admit your top five but I am I I will agree with where you at things could break but another way but I think that what we don't see from them that we're seeing from Brooklyn is wage. in this product.