17 Burst results for "Mcnealy"
"mcnealy" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Playing with even many many tour level pros like watching three drives. Go bang bang. Bang right there. When i got up to hit my my ball. It helped. it was just like okay now. I saw where the good players are trying to hit this right. My eyeliner changed. My focus changed so much differently than any other gulf at any other level. Have you experienced any of that at the pga tour level. Definitely i've everyone on the pga tour. Does something really really well like. Everyone talks a lot about trying to improve your weaknesses but one of the things that guys do out here is they always bring their big guns. They always have their strengths with them. This their strengths or a strength. Rory rory didn't drive it good. He probably wouldn't play great but every week he drives it great and for me. That's that's my putting my driving if my putting my driving sharp. I'm going to be fine. I it doesn't guarantee. I'm going to be in the top ten but i can't neglect and that's what. I've noticed that everyone spends a lot of time more than you'd think making sure that the best parts of their game are completely sharp and firing on all cylinders and it is fun to watch for sure. what's interesting in here. Talk about that too. Is i feel like approaching. The green is the stat that correlates the highest scoring. That's where you have the most upside currently lymph by your own definition that that's what you need to improve on the most so to god these other things down and you start really hone in on that you should not exponentially rise in what you're trying to be. But that should be. That's you that's your path to improving. It sounds like promising. It'd make golf a lot easier. If i didn't have to chip as much as you mentioned a couple of one being butch i don't want to get to that. But you mentioned also the stressors of tore life seasons under your belt now of doing that. What what are the stressors of life. I would say that the lack of practice time is one of the stressors and that sounds really weird but we play so much golf. I play probably a one hundred dollars a week. When on tour. That's twenty seven. Twenty seven practice round holes nine a day and seventy two holes of tournament golf. And if you do that twenty five times. That's twenty five hundred holes and when you come home of twenty five weeks you're gonna take some time off. Play a little bit at home but you just don't have the time that you do in college to sit there and people's and figure stuff out really had to streamline things fitness has been a tough one. I was really shape in college and high school played a lot of ice hockey. But you don't have as much energy when around a golf. You're walking five six miles and it's that's been a learning curve for me trying to be more disciplined with at least doing a little something on the road a couple of days a week and then working out more and even practicing at home making sure that my body is good to go for three four weeks stretch when i hit the road again. Another one that i've been playing around with is just trying to get good meals trying to figure out how to eat well looking at renting some houses instead of staying at hotels with a kitchen that i can least make something or Stay with a couple. People were were cooking. Trading trading cooking every night and That's that's stuff makes a big difference for me to that. That's interesting too. Because i think that when i traveled to You know you're trying to balance especially with golf like your timing. Is one kind of a little bit weather dependent. If it's a bad weather day you're gonna want to practice while it's good bubba. Your tetons are gonna be different. Thursday and friday debate on how you play. You don't know what. You're going to be saturday sunday. You don't are not able to get into a routine when you're trying to eat healthy. The routine is difficult right. They meant they're gonna food at the but it might not be what you're trying to eat. It might not be the timing. You're looking at that. I don't hear people talk about a lot. But i think it's a very real thing especially if you're going to unfamiliar locations you don't have the places you know to go. You know the smoothie place here the bla-bla-bla that seems that's inter-. I don't think i've ever heard anybody bring that up. But i feel that when i traveled to. Yeah we have really good food on the pga tour and dining. I still bring an avocado. Something learned on the korn ferry where we didn't quite have pga tour level culinary experiences. I'll call him in the in the player dining and bring avocado for every meal. Just add that to whatever i'm eating. It lasts me a little bit longer. And i still do that. Here but Eating dinners restaurants. Get a little old after a while and sometimes you just want something super plain and simple unhealthy chicken and a vegetable or something that she make it home. So that's a lot easier to do with kitchen then in a residence in well. I was struggled with fitness. You mentioned balancing fitness with rest. And all these things. 'cause for me. When when i'm if i'm like lifting weights or if i'm in the gym and i'm going to go play golf same day or the next day. My body is kind of adjusting to. Maybe i just workout enough. And i and. I'm not at a level of fitness to you know. Actually you had that body adjustment but it feels tuft abounds. I wonder about these dudes price in the different category but finished around. Golfing goes and lifts afterwards. And how you how you balance your body throughout the course of a week while also trying to get rest because that sounds like you mentioned that as a challenge as well. Yeah the heaviest weight. I touch during tournament. Week is two pounds. I do a lotta shoulder. Rotator cuff stuff. A lot of stretching bands a lot of resistance bands and stuff like that. So i'm not fatiguing myself. I'm just activating things. Keeping things and try not to lose a bunch of strength. And i always work out after i play on the road but when i'm home i work before i play. I kind of like to force myself to play in practice tired and just get myself out of bed to the gym appointment. I gotta make and and get myself going.
"mcnealy" Discussed on Pro Business Channel
"Hello World Jason Smith and Thank you for joining as you do every week. I'm really honored and privileged today to have a Shaw McNealy from wonderment Thomsen. Our conversation today is going to cover a lot of aspects of the Mass marketing that. We all participate in and the way that the people in the front lines have to interact with. It utilizes it and make it grow. And I'm just thrilled for Sean. Being ALL SEAN. How you doing today? Jason. I'm great. Thanks so much for having me. I appreciate the invite good stuff. And so if this is the type of information that you're looking for and you're trying to make sense of your marketing efforts stay tuned for today's episode of the sales synergistic. Podcast.
"mcnealy" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"I realize Megan what you're talking about is really about when you say self expression it's really turning yourself into the artists of your own life. All that is so well sad and I actually quoted him both of those books in my book because I admire admire him so much and this is the thing vision whether it's at work or in a relationship they're going to find out who you really are anyway so the better thing to do is be yourself from the beginning to be consistent all the way through so that when you're on that first the date they can see that I'm vibrant. They already know. Oh she's out there. I mean she is not a shrinking violet. She's GonNa Chat. She's going to be herself herself. Insane with me. Closing a business deal at work. I've never met them before. Let's say they're a referral if I came in in a black suit and just try to be very subdued subdued and Super Professional. That's not really neat. They're gonNA eventually figure out that underneath that. I'm actually very sociable. Really friendly I get to know people. I care so much about their story. They're gonNA know that anyway. I might as well show up at my orange jacket and if I'm too much for them that'll save my assistance so much time time for me not having to open that account not having to move forward and you know. I don't want to be fired in the future. Like oh we didn't really know who she was and none US really want to be in a relationship where two months down the line they say. Oh I really thought you were like this kind of serious more quiet person you. There's people that can be cool and collected and there's other people who are hot and fiery not hot like good looking necessarily but more energetic and more of that hot kind of energetic like up for anything and sort of on fire literally I look at too with my own hair but my soul feels like it's on fire in my heart and I had a date once. Tell me. I'm so glad you showed me this because I really need a cool person. Isn't that fascinating. And so I'd rather know that data front then be down and I've done this before I made this mistake. You know a month later like Oh. I didn't really know who you are. You weren't expressing yourself exactly. You know now that I've gotten to know oh you. Nobody wants to hear that. Now that I've gotten to know you. We might not be such a great said so make in. The book is amazing. And those of you who find these ideas is fascinating and you want to learn about all eighteen pillars. Go check out reinvent the wheel. It's a really really really good compass on what you need to be looking at the eighteen things things.
"mcnealy" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"How are you it is so good to hear your your voice and have you impart your wisdom to our audience? Oh I cannot wait. I'm actually smiling to this. Is going to be a fun topic right. I know because it's so unexpected combat. What people typically talk about speak while being at work but making before we begin with cropping self expression you have to share your personal story and what happened to you? What Shook Cup your life? That made you decide that you need to look at wellbeing at work. Well I was seven years into working at this financial official firm which is still in that and I was a star from the very beginning within the first year I had blown through the training program that takes two years in one year at the firm had started to send me all over. The United States is what they call a success speaker speaking to my colleagues about how fantastic some of the business results I was getting. We're helping my career and I was driving myself and very single focused on doing that. Career job in our culture and around the world many of us think success should come first and wellbeing should come later you know when we have the time and money to look at it and I also figured heard my career. There's this one hump that I needed to get over so I just basically had so many different bad habits too much coffee a lot of wine at night just just a lot of my behind. The scenes habits were much to be desired. What happened in the seventh year of my career as I was diagnosed unexpectedly away with rheumatoid arthritis just saying that word makes me cringe? It is such a gross terrible word and I remember the doctor telling only me I had that what was so upsetting about it. Vision is the week before I was diagnosed. I was offered a side hustle role as a tennis pro at the club across the street. From my house so you can imagine me sitting there not only doing amazing at work but suddenly unable to who play tennis because my hands within about two or three weeks had swelled to almost twice the size I suddenly couldn't put up my high heels on at work and and I couldn't pick up my children. They were four and six at the time had to pick them up with my forearms and my health started to deteriorate from there. It's so interesting because I was able to still go to work. Many of your listeners may understand that you may have something that's happening with your health that you can hide that is is an appearance to your boss and can still show up. I continued to do amazing. I continue to get more and more degrees and more and more titles. How ever that health just like a cascading bad day? That health kind of went down the tubes. I was soon diagnosed after that with chronic on a kidney disease which is also an autoimmune issue an autoimmune diseases where the disease attacks some part of your body now a new no. You're working for a massive firm over two hundred thousand employees. Was it the pressure of work that was causing your health to deteriorate like that. It's interesting because has it wasn't the job. It was how I was behaving behind the scenes. If I had taken better care of myself I wouldn't have found myself with yet another disease to handle and interestingly enough I know you know the story vision but as if these weren't enough after that I was diagnosed with kidney cancer so I was looking at a triple whammy a perfect storm in two thousand ten and on top of that that was the year I got divorced so to say that I was broken down on. The side of the road from burnout would be an absolute understatement. I really needed to theoretically get out of the car and start pushing myself along the side of the road. Anybody who's had a burnout situation may relate. It was like a falling nice that I couldn't catch and so I started an overhaul project and I came up with these eighteen different spokes. It looks like it's a wheel. We're only going to talk about one today as you know in have mentioned but I started this major project to revamp my health and just to jump forward. The great news is I don't have any of these diseases anymore anymore fully recovered. I was willing to say the least to take on a hero's journey to regain my health to do Everything I could to get back to perfection. Perfect health happiness joy. It seems so elusive at the time. Time but I have tried to uncover everything I can possibly think of. That would make us more successful in life in work and so this triple whammy plus your divorce I'm guessing all of that happened. What when you're in your forties? Yep exactly forty one of this really side swiped you but was it how you perceived work work that led up to it and I'm guessing that you made some dramatic shifts. That is what caused you to write this book. You made some dramatic shifts in you recovered from all of those illnesses new bounce back doc. Well not only that. This is the most amazing thing so while I was having that perfect storm of the illnesses and my divorce I was thinking to myself self. What would be the best response to this? Well in my case the only response I was able to come forth with was I needed to save my life so while being was the answer it was the only choice I had behind the scenes to kick in all of the different aspects. I speak about in the book about well being gain and this is the most amazing thing. I thought that well being project would crush my career to be totally honest. I thought it would take me down here. It was a rising star. I thought this is going to be an anchor on my foot. It's GonNa pull me back from my advancement at work and the opposite happened. The strangest strangest thing is once I started to really nurture myself behind the scenes really up my game on my wellbeing. I started to do better at work. So between two thousand Elson ten at my worst to two thousand eighteen every year was a record year quadrupled my income quadrupled it because I didn't realize that wellbeing drives success. I thought success comes first and well-being comes later. The opposite is is true. I was thinking the absolute opposite of was actually trail. That's remarkable suit. Many people in the world today. WHO believes that? I have to work hard and and that I have to make sacrifices in my wellbeing to be successful at work in what you're saying in what has been something that I've been talking about in a lot of my work is that wellbeing drives drives success and now there's so much scientific evidence for it but this is the thing that's different. Is that a lot of the people that were talking to about this. I mean if you ask them what well being as. They'll say like the typical thing e better sleep better exercise and they stopped there. But what's so cool about this conversation today. There's a lot of nuances said. I've uncovered that Dr Wellbeing. I mean I wasn't healed by eating better sleeping better and exercising more. I did those things I 'cause I'm just like everybody else listening. That's the first thing I thought of. But what I found really healing is some of these more esoteric aspects of the wellbeing. We all some more of these more unusual unusual and really empowering ways to drive your happiness Dr Joy. Really sure yourself up. Really empowering our in in in your book reinvent the wheel use speak about eighteen spokes of the right eighteen practices. What was some of the things that you stumbled upon so some the more unusual ones that I hadn't thought of were things like deal with your baggage was one uncovering things that I would run in my mind that was really inspiring for me to say? Hey I'm really thinking about this trauma had I didn't even realize it was bugging me. But bringing to the surface releasing it that was very empowering others. Were speak your truth some of the intuition aspects. I know you do some amazing training at Mine Valley on intuition that I've loved and one of the ones I landed on that was super unusual and I just thought this would be fun but it ended up being very powerful for me. Was the action spoke. Okay of Crafts self-expression right and that's going to be a topic for today so ladies and gentleman who are listening. We won't have time to to all eighteen spokes and obviously. If you WanNa do that you can always check out the book. Reinvent the wheel what we will talk about this one chapter this is chapter. Seventeen.
"mcnealy" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour
"You use the it's free to use the product, but they be because they have so many people using the product they have around two hundred and fifty million monthly active users. They've. You know, you have a targeted audience. Right. You have people telling you what their passion is whether it's whatever, you know, cooking or or interior decorating, or, you know, basket weaving, or or mining companies, whatever it is, you know, whatever's on your Pinterest board that helps them target their advertising, and you know, it's it's a typical situation. Right. The revenue grew like sixty percent last year. And it's below eight hundred billion I think is around seven hundred and seven hundred and fifty million or so they think the IPO is going to put it at about an eleven billion valuation, and that is below the twelve billion valuation of the last, you know, private fundraising. That doesn't sound so good to me, and it makes sense though. Because all of these things are exorbitantly overvalued Pinterest is the evaluation of eleven billion on on. What would I say seven hundred fifty million revenue? What's that like fifteen times revenue, and I want you to go and search for a an article that was on the Bloomberg in two thousand two with a guy named Scott mcnealy from SUN Microsystems, and I think the articles called a talk with Scott mcnealy. There's a phenomenal quote in there about investors paying ten times revenue.
"mcnealy" Discussed on KGO 810
"Double figures. Darius mcnealy has fourteen five of nine from the floor. Four of six from deep south to start the second half trailing thirty eight to thirty one the final buzzer sounds teams down huddling further respective benches. Both teams shot at Saint John's at fifty eight percent the bears. Have fifty four percent affect you. Look at the bears shooting numbers and go. Wow. They gotta have the lead at the half. Fifty four percent from the field for seven from downtown three or four stripes and about rebound and Saint John's albeit only by one nine turnovers and Saint John's dot better job sharing the basketball the Janis with twelve assists on seventeen facets pawns at two points. With seven and a half minutes to play in the first half and finished the rest of the fourteen points in the final seven and a half. So he got hot late. Darius was hot early. We'll see if somebody else joins the part party in this asked. Twenty nine Nissan rogue one a defender. Nissan, proud supporter of college athletics. Cal's gonna get the ball to start the second half suing gives it into Paris. Austin bears will lose from right to left right in front of us right now to start the second half Kelly working down in the paints that suing gonna go left wing. Handoff Bradley now little we'd often shake a little bit left side suing now will work back up. Left wing had back off often shot clock now at nine. There's between the legs to undo his left bit tried to find space does shoots. Kelly tips. The ball do himself gets the rebound goes right back gets the bucket and the whistle Andrei Kelly way to.
"mcnealy" Discussed on No Laying Up
"And I think the reason I actually was recruited to Stanford is I was paired with coach Ray in the my freshman year of high school in the state Amador qualifier and was three hundred through eleven which was absolutely careering. It for me that point choked it back to even par and then in the play I made it in a playoff or for one playoff. The six whole at San Jose country club sniped three would about a fair way and a half left in the play. I was so nervous and had a perfect gap through the trees alleged about six feet and made it actually one other guys plow was my future assistant coach Graham Brockton who's on the team. But that's that's just the kind of lucky circumstance that allowed me to be recruited to Stanford because I had no pedigree as junior and it. I went to school thinking, I wouldn't even really be an option. So it wasn't until later. Probably got my junior year that I thought this might actually be something that I could do and we'll kind of get into some of kind of talking to you during that web dot com to a championship week about how things were reported about your debating whether or not to play professional golf. We'll get into some of that. But so you show up at Stanford not on scholarship, and what was your freshman year? Like when were you on scholarship, and then kind of explained well, let you brag on and if not I'll list off the accomplishments here, but explain kind of what your early career was like at Stanford. Yeah. Well, when I showed up at Stanford, I was a hockey player that played golf. That's that was my mindset that was what I was in high school, and I was just really excited to be on the team. I thought being a stamp athlete was the coolest thing ever, my polo shirts, relate jerseys. I wouldn't let them touch the floor. Everything was perfectly folded. My red backpack was sacred. I was I was just so excited. To be at Stanford having grown up ten minutes from campus and wanting to go there, my whole life, and and watching honestly I watched every single team for the last ten years. I've practiced at Stanford go through and I had used rob groupies old bag. He was throwing it away was his faded pink Stanford bag when you got his update, and I use that for year and a half in junior golf and didn't mind when every starter in junior golf was confused when they announced maverick mcnealy with rob groupie written on the bag. But that's all right. So that that was an I remember thinking to myself if I qualify for two events, my freshman year that would be a great year because we have Patrick Rogers and Cameron Wilson the two best players in college golf, David boot straight off of five top ten's freshman year, Viraat Badoit became my best friend, and roommate and. And he was the best international recruit from Australia top ten in the world. And Jim blue was the best US recruit. And he won the US junior fourteen years old younger than tired when he won. So I was just thinking how my ever gonna crack this lineup, but I actually won tied for the win. And qualifying my second event. Oh, actually, more fun story first day on campus. I was so nervous before first round. Qualifying at Stanford that. I tried to force down one extra painting in the dining hall, and I I was a little bit. I mean, I just walked straight outside the door shreds in the trash can and just deposited my breakfast in in the trash can. And I still remember for face just looking at me from the door going. Oh my God. You'll K I feel better now and shot up miraculous. One over didn't qualify this. That was disqualified. Yeah. That's the only time I've ever thrown up before golf. I've been close a couple times. But that's the only time of actually thrown up because I was so nervous..
"mcnealy" Discussed on Recode Decode
"You also had Scott mcnealy at sun at the time, Larry Ellison, right at oracle, but so I got involved with that. ALL at the time was very much a l. Time Warner merger was a hearing I worked on. Yeah, back then. So a lot of these things gotta come back and then. Copyright as well. It was the digital millennium copyright act, right? I wasn't the principal staffer on that, but I was there when that was happening. And there was interesting time because there were a lot of provisions and laws that were made right then that has to this day has huge impact on secular street. So what did you think at the time I wanna get because I want to get, we want to move forward today, but what was your inkling at the time as these were happening? Because the micro merger, everyone thought it would take care of the situation that it would free everybody up to compete and everything else. And then all happened is there's enormous powerful companies now, and now there's lots of them. Yeah. And you know, I think the merger probably allowed for some of those companies to flourish. Yes, absolutely. You question you kind of never note. That's one of the always the challenges, an amateur threat Forsman, right. It's always prospective, but you also you know, you you. That's why sometimes the job is difficult to always have to come in every day and try to get it. Right, right. And because you don't want to hinder innovation, you don't. That's, I think, are most. Important aspect of US. Antitrust law is not hindering that and actually creating the culture for innovation partly because not partly, but largely because innovations actually what creates competition to topple incumbents presumably. Yes. So I mean, you know, you have, you know, a Netflix or Amazon that provide consumers a what they wanted, and they could have probably had had the many MVP's allowed for that. Right and BPD's being the cable operators or others. But when the incentives aren't there, financial do that all of a sudden you have now with the advent of internet streaming, just incentives the thinking of doing it right. The could be thinking, but when the incentive isn't there, it gets killed. It gets killed. That's why you have entrepreneurs breaking off and starting these little startups impacted that. We're going to get onto the next section, but before finish this, what what impact you think the Microsoft trial had when you look back on it? I think it had. A number of impacts. One. Importantly, it reinforced the consensus antitrust view which was upheld by the DC circuit court of appeals under traditional, and I trust analysis that was applied to those acts. So Joel Klein and the Justice department who brought the case and tried that there's a lot of folks naysayers. You know, you guys are crazy what is happening there, whether it was, you know, certain editorial pages, you're interfering with business, but at the at its core in my view, antitrust is protects that free market. And that showed that those practices were wrong and they were crushing innovation, right? So I think it made perhaps Microsoft a, you know, with a better corporate citizen, you know, their business hasn't been harmed, but other businesses were able to get off the ground, right? I think, you know, I don't know if apple would be. The trillion dollar company had not been for that, partly because a new phone would have come on and he would have had to have had the operating Microsoft operating system right rather than the apple, which then flourished an app store and and others. So I think a lot of innovation has occurred probably because of that, but you know, who knows what's interesting is people don't realize Google came after Microsoft, really. I mean a lot of things, things that you don't even think about came after that trial. Google have survived, had Microsoft wanted to put its own search engine as the preferred search engine in every operating system, which is ninety eight percent of every commuter and then every phone. Right? And the only search engine you could have had because without it, you wouldn't have been able to have access to the operating system right then where would that search engine have been, so you know how to phone because Microsoft is a lot of disdain for phones at the time if your member. I mean, I remember a lot of companies who have a lot of disdain for new technology..
"mcnealy" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Cream it was right but you know who messina never damn the white between these oh no you did not take it to the beef cam and win i get chocolate over nilo okay i'll see always working okay you just gonna keep it going i i'm instigate i'm keeping beats going it was three am when two women drove out to the fast food chain they picked up their order burr return later to complain that they weren't giving the correct number chicken nuggets oh i was right people got them ticking gets a manager show than the receipt for an order forming nuggets not ten they were told they had to get back into the back of the line if they wanna place another order maslin things went out of control the women's daughter honking their horns and banging on the drive through window they then vo client through the window and attack the manager that's like strength this couple continue for more than a minute to the women climbed back out and into their car and play the same monique hernandez mcnealy was in the car behind them and captured the draddy confrontation ourself own yeah you don't see that happen every day it's a little bit disturbing i but i knew that i got it on video that i would be able to help the individuals inside mcdonald's police responding they were giving a copy of the footage which includes us base license plate number similar incident went viral back in two thousand ten with a woman named melanie melody duchenne lashed out at mcdonald's clerk after trying to by being nuggets at ten thirty in the morning.
"mcnealy" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"Ever run ten miller's of super smart guy i've i've gone back and forth with him he's a very very intelligent person oh yeah oh yeah so pessimist and he's china expert though on china and taiwan oh absolutely you know speech language knows the culture knows he look ken miller writes poetry in mandarin really i didn't know that yeah yeah just oh what a thrill i had i had a friend bob mcnealy bob was the ranger in vietnam and then years later he was clinton's white house chief white house tiger for six and he he turned me onto tiger to work dog kens book and i was just blown away by it and then i was okay i work for soldier fortune for a couple years and then i added their principal competition which wasn't really much competition in new york for i don't see work for eagle that was named the magazine for two and a half years and then i was book editor for five years in new york and so and i got to be friends long distance and then when i moved to la he was the first person and they contact with and we've been pretty tight ever since it it's it's like it's like the brother i didn't row up with when you hear these stories it almost seems like soldier fortune was like the predecessor what you do jack i feel like it i i've met bob brown a couple times and jim wrote for the magazine as he said yeah i feel like that what bob brown did and i like to hear your take jim but i think what bob brown did which was really remarkable is he gave a platform in a voice to a lot of phnom vets in a time when people that not wanna hear about the war.
"mcnealy" Discussed on Car Talk
"Zip where is sergeant forgot his name mcnealy mcnealy thanks he's probably the soldiers home he's probably he's probably been in a rubber room you as a recruiter daily from east big drool he's probably roaming the streets of rights town saying everybody will go brad may talk to us our number is eight car talk that's one eight two two seven eight five five a lawyer on car talk high cincinnati hi route what's up good for mine team sixty eight chevy malibu that was given to us and it doesn't have any headrests and we would really being safety conscious people like the put some headrest in it is possible to get headrest move the seat all the way back so you can't reach the pedals the slide right now to reach the pedal i like that solution that's very good next call you can't just hedera they headdress have to be attached to something but you can you can replace the seats no that you can have put in you can't i don't think you can add the headrest of the existing seats so you're going to have to go for the seats with headrests on them but they were cars of that vintage that had headrests not for safety reason that's the sarily styling reasons so you might be able to go to junkyards seat is as a seat is a seat within certain limitations well how wide the cd's bucket seats floor doesn't limit the way it's touch to the floor that's that's the that's easy amanda the know how with aren't you close the door installed the larger considerations of big problem okay the way at attach is the floor is their bowls that go through the floor that attached the rails on which the seat is adjusted so the floor but you can drill more holes that's no problem join them right through the exhaust system but the brake lines last night you're not gonna do this yourself you're gonna have somebody doing that.
"mcnealy" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"And then at eleven fifteen bob the game staying with pounds on the door shut runs in i set up in bed just completely and no idea what's going on his mouth matt fire department's here we got to evacuate you have five minutes to get out we gotta go now and smells like a barbecue in the room go who crap and just luckily i'd packed everything up through toothbrush in the suitcase and ran downstairs go outside and i couldn't see a hundred and fifty yards it was so smoky it's wind is howling it's raining ash fire department runs to the house firefighter runs to the house wants mature everybody's gone runs the next house the not even trying to fight the fires moving so fast they're saying in parts it was moving three football fields every fifteen seconds just because it was so windy in of apart flies and starts a new fire and um they they say take hillside two west broek to hillside urgently the two roads over there fan base essays that left a right out of a hates his i don't know i don't know the area so i throw my stuff in the car drive out go out the gate look left and the hillsides orange just the the whole hills orange it's close to not the fires close enough that i can see the flames through the smoke sick of nego right and so i know that i i goes out of education laid off early ah um but is crazy two and a half hour later eleven of the thirteen houses in that little condo complex were burned down the one we were in the one next to it were the only two okay i you know gobs sent me an email said none sounds like are are complex was decimated i said i'm so sorry that's terrible i guess they don't feel as bad about not leaving my bed made when i left and he he laughed about that when visit the next day sought was there sent me a picture my unmade bed so amazing is pretty crazy spent the night in vacaville at a at a actually a a hotel i stayed up for my hockey tournaments in back of ill and went to the.
"mcnealy" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"You mentioned you your athletic on you're at euro hockey player for a long time i it's happy go horses story two thirddegree devil your teeth oh yeah i do i i was not the enforcement by any means i did i did not take my stayed off and try and stab somebody that's not a record uh what what's your best hockey story though i don't know is so many some of my favorite years playing with selma best friends for the i for the salvaging sharks missing your high school um probably the two trips who made up to canada there's a tournament culled silver sticks and there's a regional tournament that was always hosted in san jose sartene would play if you win the regional tournament which left twelve teams you go to nationals and kanter internationals in canada it's like a us savers can and i think it was 16 unders i was probably fourteen or fifteen we made it all the way to the finals and we're playing in pelham ontario and it was it was we we lost two to one i actually scored one goal that game i just kinda slapped rather on a puk that was rolling in it and somehow found the the flooded earth around the corner the steinem ryan khuju in ski accused drafted in the first or second round by the new jersey devils he had a golan assist i remember watching this guy saying oh my god this guy's going to be in the nhl and uh he's he's quite the stud but the edges there's nothing like team travel by me in college golf in hockey and everything traveling through team plane in tournament forgetting what day it is because you wake up tv you play a game you go to sleep you wake up.
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"Do something that's going to help people and i don't think there's in on my dad nine both think there's nothing intellectually boring about that i i have to think that the pga tour is one of the most charitable organization ports organisations in all of us athletics like charlie hall donying all of his winnings in other much guys doing birdies for uh the shriners um and you know every all the pros at play the monday proam donated their check for playing monday to charlie foundation for the vegas shooting victims i it's just a it's amazing what they do and i feel really good being a part of it it's agree platform it are you already thinking in terms of you out own foundation and how you'd wanna be able to shape the issues you care about the i think so i think one of the issues that really has has played a big part in my life is just amateur athletics i've learned so much from being an amateur athlete ice hockey golf soccer tennis basketball all these different sports i played i think there's so much to be learned from being on the team and learning so if you're with a group of similar individuals working under the authority of or working under the leadership of an authority figure that sounds like a job and it sounds like a team right and i think there's a lot of things you learned from going about that and and being a team setting and i think that um nears giving more people the resources in the ability to have an amateur athletics experience and to get something from that that's going to help them down the road that something that really excites me again i don't know how that's going to happen but um in hopefully i can play some really good golf and and develop a platform that will let me make a difference there.
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"And then the other one is i have some really really awesome opportunities in golf that i really fortune to have and they're only going to be available right now five years down the road i'm not gonna have the chance to get seven sponsors invites on the pga tour and sign endorsement deals with kpmg cowan under armor and uh you know have peter web be my asian all these his awesome things that i have going for me right now wouldn't be available in five years so um i i think i made a great decision i'm just excited to see where the next fifteen years takes me your dad was quoted in the wall street journal say he was afraid might be intellectually board ougier did you must to give him a hard time of that quote in now now that's that's that's not true i think i think the what my dad meant by that one is um get yours tells us too much is given much as expected it's no secret that i have a very fortunate upbringing that on my family is very well off and he he what he would he always says is you know you have amazing opportunities and it's my duty to make the best of them and i don't know how it's going to be but i just know that i won't work really really hard and and do everything i can make a difference i'm this this week is actually help shape um some of those thoughts really while i think the shriners hospital in all i got to visit one of the hospitals in sacramento right after napa another crazy story will get back to that i was gonna ask you to get out of appa so uh but you know i i just think it's it's amazing to see what they do and changing changing people's lives junior kids lives um and that's that really makes me feel good and gets me excited and on i'm the one year old that doesn't really know what i want to do with my life other than play golf right now but and goal his two.
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"Gotten know him this is a lot of good players in than aaron wise and win the clark guys i played college golf against john odah he's annan is on the once a canadian tour below um miss there's actually a lot of guys i here and really good guys too in your ancestral home being northern california i mean it is a totally different kind of climate different kind of golf of his at adjustment for you just to have a degree days all the time when the sun just mercilessly beating down on you well i think i think it's something i needed do because anywhere moving from the barriers can have worse weather than the bay area so um and the pga tour tends to play in hot climates me there's not really on anywhere that's cold so i think the vegas summers you know when it's one hundred ten degrees is actually gonna be great for me to if if i can play an honoured and tan 85 zina be fantastic i think that's gonna be a a good adjustment and now it's it's pretty easy to go soft on the california weather sell though believe me i know lifelong california via the i'm nothing most people who follow the game no the backstory where you're thinking about entering the business world is opposed to coming out on tour ed would ultimately tip the scales for you to get you in the gulf so it's kind of the end of the start of january and 2017 about eight nine months ago i said i think this is something i wanna do and i'd like i said i brought my dad my coach ray alex my mom into a meeting at stanford i said i want to pursue professional golf and my dad laid down every single reason why should and that's that's just exactly one wind me to think through the decision and just really well out decision one that a more confident in.
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"Hello this is alan shipped not back for another podcast with a down our guest this time around is maverick mcneeley one of the more intriguing in celebrating young players to come along in quite some time of course at stamford a maverick had a blockbuster career he won the haskins award as as player of the year a sixty one at the pac 12 to tie of record set by guiding tiger woods and yet as the son of of the billionaire founder of sun microsystems scott mcnealy maverick consider skipping pga tour and going into the business world we had many opportunities he could have pursued but ultimately the siren song of the tour was too strong answer now is trying to play his way into a tour card via seven sponsors exemptions enough preamble a maverick thanks for taking the time to do this thanks for having me so this is a start number two as a professional got off to a nice little run their at the safeway lead had the lead early it would on friday that was when kind of fun it was fleeting but still fun i imagine yeah you know safeway ticked a lotta boxes for me i got to play four rounds his professional got a taste of ti one for what was maybe 30 minutes now but you're not as it was a great learning experience for me for sure and you know i i i'm really excited to see how my game stacks up you know it said those lives six more starts this week included and qschool as well and there's a lot of things that are going to be different about new plane this kind of a schedule and i'm just excited to see how it goes in it's hard to have any expectations 'cause i just really don't know what to expect.