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"Welcome to Real Estate Coaching Radio, starring award -winning real estate coaches and number one international bestselling authors, Tim and Julie Harris. This is the number one daily radio show for realtors looking for a no BS, authentic, real time coaching experience. What's really working in today's market, how to generate more leads, make more money, and have more time for what you love in your life. And now your hosts, Tim and Julie Harris. We are back and this podcast is going to be a test. That's right, a test, but I promise all of you will actually have fun taking it and love the results. And this is going to be a 25 question self -administered test that we're going to give to all of you. And yeah, I think it's going to open your eyes as to a lot of the things you're doing right and maybe some of the things you can improve upon in your real estate business. But before we do, Julie Harris has an email that she'd like to read to all of you. Yes, actually, this was an email to myself reminding me about a post that coaching client, one of our premier coaching clients, Ryan Montoya, put on the private members only Facebook page. That's also where some of the coaching sessions happen. Here's what Ryan posted just a couple of days ago. Ryan says, feedback on the open house binder of listings within a one mile radius of my listing. That's something he learned in premier coaching. He said, I had a great open house today. I had 12 people. Now some of you will say, only 12 people will get this. Of those 12 people, three were solid buyer leads, two were seller leads that both got a pre -listing package, also something he got from premier coaching. Now one of the sellers has two homes to sell. Everyone loved the listing binder. So how did he get these results? He posted that, 15 directional signs. He did Google ads for more exposure. He did 100 open house invitations in the neighborhood the day before. He email blasted all agents in 10 to bring their buyers, so that must have been on his listing he was holding open, set a canopy outside with a table and music. Now I'm going to be sending everyone a thank you card for coming into our open house. So I would say that's a pretty rock star conversion rate, 12 people and three buyer leads, two seller leads, one of which has two houses. So that's a total of six potential transactions at least. Now the interesting thing about what happened the next day, I think he posted this maybe on Wednesday. I saw another post, Ryan typically goes to all the coaching sessions, you know the semi private coaching sessions. So you know he's a frequent flyer of course and he posted, sorry I won't be able to attend this one today because I was door knocking expireds and I'll be on a listing appointment. Well the best part of all that is A, he's doing the real work of real estate, B, he's obviously putting himself in the position to help people make money. But you know I'm loving the fact that he's getting these leads and he's not paying anything for them. Not one red cent. Not a referral fee, nothing and in a world where paying for your leads constantly it seems to be on the, you know that seems to be the omnipresent topic. Like where can I buy leads? Well how about this, you buy leads with going out and getting your own leads and then you make a hell of a lot more money. And the other, the underlying benefit beyond all the things I just mentioned is his confidence. Yes that's right and I also liked, one of the reasons I pulled that out to share with all of our listeners was his combination of things that he's doing and his very low ratios. He's not talking about, you know I got six leads out of my drip campaign going to a thousand people a thousand times a year or anything like that. No, he's using a pre -listing package, he's doing the open house system, he did the binder that coach Rochelle taught a couple of days ago as part of premier coaching, he's been very coachable. He doesn't just go to the sessions, he's implementing and then on top of that he's not just lead generating in one source, you know he started out talking about open houses, then he was talking about doing his expired door knocking. So you can see how Ryan is having success on a high level by combining several skills at the same time and implementing at a high level. Absolutely it's fantastic, so congratulations Ryan and literally the thousands of you were also taking the same level of action in a market where everyone else is buying their leads and putting people in drip campaigns. The, guess what, direct face to face human contact really is working wonders, so definitely get off your butts, get away from your keyboards and go out there and help people and make yourself a lot of money. Alright Julie, so let's roll right in with the test. Agents, do you know, actually you wrote it so you can read it. That's okay, so this topic today is the result of a premier coaching session that one of our coaches did this week, coach Rochelle rolled this out. The coaching members liked it so much that we decided to make it into today's podcast. Coaching clients reported that they felt like they had so much more specific direction on what specifically to work on after that session. Now we can't do the full drill down on this podcast like we do in coaching but we'll at least give you the questions that were used. There were 25 questions so we'll go through them relatively quickly and you can scan down and get those questions. That's what I was about to say, Julie, thanks. So yes, the notes for today's podcast and this would be a great test for you to use for your teams or your brokerages or what have you. So the notes are in today's show description so if you're an iTunes, Spotify, wherever you are just scroll down, it's all there. We are doing a better job of making sure all of our notes fit because sometimes we get edited by iTunes for example but they're all there and when you're there, hey, this is a perfect time for you to join premier coaching so just click the link that's below and you'll again find the link for the offer for your free access to premier coaching in the show notes below. So just click the link, it takes like 17 seconds to join premier coaching and yes, that will entitle you to a free daily semi -private coaching call for the next 30 days daily during work days. So please go ahead and join premier coaching. All right, Julie, let's go ahead and jump in and let's get these guys these questions. That's right. Now these are not multiple choice questions, these are not writing an essay type of answers. You have only two choices. The answer is either yes or no. But there's a way, so are we going to do the scoring like before or after? They can do their own, what we're looking at is how many yeses versus how many noes. Okay, that's it. So we're going to be at the end of this, we're going to be counting up how many yeses that you had versus how many noes that you had and based on that information then you're going to have a plan of action that's going to evolve. That's right and in premier coaching there were more questions than this, I just pulled out the top 25. So if you answer no more than yes then you need to get to work upgrading your skills, your habits, your discipline, your schedule. The test will reveal exactly what you need to work on and you'll have the direction you're looking for. For your yes answers make sure you keep doing what you're already doing good or great at and strive to do it at an even higher level. For your no answers at the end of the test circle at least the top three to conquer this quarter, this month and this week. Now note to self, if your answer to any of these questions is not always or only sometimes that counts as a no. So we're going with either no or yes, let's get started. So yes or no real estate skills test. Number one, and we can comment if you'd like in between these because we'll go really quickly. I scanned these beforehand, these are all real work of real estate stuff so it's good drill down information. Yes, it's pretty direct. So number one are at least 50 % of your past 10 transactions listings. Now obviously if you just got licensed yesterday you won't have that stat but for those of you who are in the business a little bit further on, at least 50 % of your past transactions are they listings yes or no? And that's yes or no and we should have, though we won't, you could have even added the caveat to there. Were you paying referral fees for those? Were you buying those leads? But just for the sake of this test and for the sake of today's podcast, were 50 % of your past 10 transactions, you know, five, 20 adjust accordingly, but are 50 % of all of your deals from listings? Question number two. Question number two, do you know what your magic number is? And if you don't know what that question means then the answer's no. That's right. And you know we might have some brand new listeners and maybe they're exempt but they can dig into virtually every podcast we've done referring to that. The Harris Rules book, Premier Coaching, the real estate treasure map, all of that mentions the magic number. Well so assuming you didn't know it, Matt, the magic number formula is what you discover when you're completing the real estate treasure map. I know we have all these funny sort of Harry Potter terms but you get the treasure map for free. It's your fill in the blank business and life plan. You get that for free in the first level of Premier Coaching and the output of that, what you're then going to know is what your magic number formula is. Really important you get this done. It's waiting there for you in Premier Coaching. It is free for you to join Premier Coaching. Scroll down as I said and just click the link or of course you can just text the word Premier to 47372. You can text the word Premier to 47372. But remember when texting message and data rates may apply. Question number three, do you have and most importantly actually use a pre -listing package? If you don't know what a pre -listing package is, the answer is no. That's right. Number four, do you have and use an organized database otherwise known as a CRM with updated contact information for all of your past clients and centers of influence? So for some of you, you would answer yes, I have a database but we made the question harder because it actually has to have updated contact information that's accurate for your past clients and sphere of influence. It has to actually have good stuff in there. Okay, question number five, do you speak with at least three people from your database every work day about real estate? And I made it only three so that many people will be able to say yes but some of you will say no. And notice the word was speak with, not message. Not drip, message, text or otherwise send smoke signals. Speak with, for the younger folks, that means your voice. That's right. Okay, number six, do you dedicate at least 80 % of each work day to proactive lead generation? Question number seven, do you... You know, that would have been a good thing too. We could ramble on that forever, right? Well, we have on other podcasts. Proactive lead generation versus passive lead generation, proactive lead generation is you making direct contact with an adult human about buying or selling real estate versus passive is, for example, you doing anything hoping and praying that someone then will respond to your, let's say, ad or branding activity. Yes, face -to -face or voice -to -voice is what we mean. That's what proactive is. Yes. Number seven, do you have an open house system that creates at least two closable leads every time you hold a home open? Think about what we shared with you from Ryan, right? So he clearly does have a system. He gave you the bullet points and he got well more than at least two. But do you... So there's two things here. Do you have an open house system? You might have one, but is the system working for you? It has to at least create two closable leads every time you use it. And we've done podcasts about open houses as well. Point number eight, question number eight, do you close at least six transactions yearly as a result of your open house system? That's just testing your answer to number seven. Question number nine, are you confident that you accurately price your listings? Well, how do you know? Do they sell within, I would say, no more than 60 days? You're probably a pretty good pricer. Are you struggling with price reductions? Do you have stuff that's sitting on the market? Or maybe you're getting feedback all the time, great house, but it's too much. Or maybe you're hesitant to take listings because of the fact that you don't know how to accurately price your listings. That's the reason people join Premier Coaching. It's a very critically important skill. If for no other reason than when working with buyers, they're going to know whether a listing is priced accurately. But oddly enough, buyers, generally speaking, will know whether or not something's priced accurately from having seen the competition. But they won't have access to, which the appraisers will, what you will find is going to work against you when it comes to getting that mortgage approval is you're going to have to know the comps, the comparable properties, and it all goes back to knowing how to confidently accurately price listings. Question 10. Question 10. Do you have professional profiles on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram? Professional meaning that it looks like you, it's filled out, your picture is right, your contact information is right, all three of those assets actually match, and it looks like you are in business. Or does it look like you set it up three years ago and haven't done anything with it? And by the way, it is okay to mix personal and professional. In some cases, I think that people kind of expect it. They're not wanting just to go and read your real estate propaganda on your Instagram page. They're going to want to go there to learn more about you, and then you sprinkle in your propaganda, your offers for CMAs and whatnot. So it's okay to mix. And if you want to see our Instagram page, it's Instagram, then it's at Tim and Julie Harris, and you guys can check it out. Question 11, Julie Harris. Do you ask, who do you know who could use my help buying or selling real estate at least twice daily? Who do you know, like, hey, Julie, you know, after you've had a normal natural conversation with Julie at Starbucks or in the line at the grocery store or whatever, and say, hey, Julie, by the way, who are the two or three people that you can think of right now who are thinking about buying or selling real estate that I should be helping in this market? You guys can iterate on that question, but the essence of it is, is you're giving them a number to think of, a number of people, and then you're asking a question and you're including the word helping. Who are the people you know that I should be helping buy or sell real estate in this market? And you will be surprised. You will absolutely be shocked in some cases how frequently you actually get a referral that way. That's true. And remember, it's not, do you know anybody? Because people don't spend much thought on that answer. It's who do you know or who are, you know, two or three people, you know, don't ask questions that can result in a yes or no, because the human brain is always going to shut it down. Who are the two or three people who are the one or two people or, hey, Julie, who's the number one person right now that you can think of that is thinking about buying or selling real estate that I should be helping? Those types of questions are going to generate leads. Even if you don't get one right away, that person's going to remember that you asked and they're going to, if they stumble across somebody, send that person to you. That's right. Question number 12, do you have goals in five areas of life and are they posted where you see them daily? Again, that comes from the real estate treasure map. Do you actually have goals in five areas of life and are they posted? And the goals in the five areas, Julie Harris, are? You're not putting me on the spot, are you? I am. Family, financial, physical, mental or emotional, and education. That's right. There you go. Question number 13, do you use whiteboards to visually track your business? You should be tracking your listing leads, your buyer leads, so you have a leads board, you have an active listing leads, those are the ones you have kind, you know, actively on the market, your pendants and your closings. You should be tracking all of those. We teach you that very, very specifically in premier coaching and all of my elite coaching members have to send me a picture of their whiteboards. I think you have, you do that as well prior to every coaching call and it really does keep you on track. Well it's so yeah, KPIs and cool dashboards that show up on your, you know, your mobile phone and whatnot are fantastic, really neat, love the technology, but nothing will ever be as powerful as walking into your workspace and having a big dry erase board that was that you numbered in permanent ink, one through a hundred for the number of closings you're going to do this month and you're looking at it and realizing you've only done 30, right? In other words, you're going to see all the blank spots on the one through a hundred that should be representing close transactions. That is a really wonderful, overt, psychological reinforcement of the direction you should be going. The problems with the dashboards inside your phone and your computer is you could hide from it. A dry erase board, especially a big one that dominates your workspace, no hiding from that. Yeah, that's right. It's called visual accountability. Yes. Number 14. You might guess that this would have been in there. Are you involved in coaching? It's a yes or no guys. You can fix that right away by the way. All right. 15. Do you have and use an actual buyer presentation? A lot of you do have listing presentations, but maybe there's a reason why most agents complain about buyers not being loyal, buyers not knowing what to do next, buyers working with two agents at once, buyers buying it for sale by owner, walking into an open house and working with that agent or going to new construction. Well, your buyer presentation of course cures that. Do you have one? The answer is yes or no. The output of the buyer presentation is the buyer signs the buyer agency, your agency agreement that your state requires, and they're also signing an exclusive buyer agency contract with you, and they're also signing a sample buyer net sheet. That's really the output. Just like if you were to go on a listing presentation and you don't have a listing until the seller signs the paperwork, that's what your mindset should be about working with buyers. A lot of you have taken this sort of laissez -faire, lazy approach to working with buyers and you treat it like a big social experiment. You wonder why some of these buyers flake out on you is because they don't have any sense of loyalty to you because you've not approached them in the first place as a professional.
"montoya" Discussed on Cinemavino
"I want to say the postman, which he definitely showed his ass in that one. No, it sucked. It was awful. His answer. Well, both actually in that one. Really? Both for subpar Mel Gibson and a lot of his movies. You know, lead the weapon and et cetera. I think of one of the Mad Max. I think it was ThunderDome, he goes bare butt. I think you should fact check that, but rating. I feel like he's got a rump. Oh, I think it doesn't end in the early movies is great. I think everything about the post, maybe it was just my general mood. Maybe the movie's ass. A bad movie, yeah. Bad movie tends to take a couple of points off of my butt ratings. So, I mean, it might have been a 7, but in my mood three hours into a movie about postman is a 5. So westerly with tea. Westley. Westley. They get separated. And in those intervening years, princess buttercup gets betrothed, another big word. To an odious, another big word? Another big word. Killing them on these notes here, prince humperdinck. You must have been more in your glasses. Oh, push them right up the bridge of my nose. Play by Kristen Brandon, who is also Jerry fright night. Yeah, Chris saran is popping up in these. So, but before she can be married, buttercup gets kidnapped by three bandits. A sword fighting mercenary on a secret vendetta played by Broadway star Mandy Patinkin, who says to this day, this is his favorite role in legal Montoya. It was a great role. Gentle hearted giant played by in a strange stretch of casting André the Giant. Well, it's hard to cast someone who's not a giant, to play a giant, so he played physic. Seemed fitting. Yes. What was the other guy's name? I remember. You conceivable. They come as a ceiling thing. Wallace Shawn, who is a subject of one of my favorite onion articles talking about how he will be tapped to replace Daniel Craig as James Bond. I think Wallace Shaun will be an excellent 007. I love that. Yeah, I'd watch it. Inconceivable. So he is a mal the individual who fancies himself as a brainiac. They are pursued by a mysterious man in black who has motives of his own for rescuing the princess. So I'm curious to hear you. I have my opinion after that. I want to hear you guys first. Trav. I love this movie. Again, I've seen it multiple times. But the eagle Montoya, with his speech there at the end, he has his own arc and you almost care about that arc at the end more than you do the Wesley and buttercup. As soon as it's a sheriff with 6 figures, you're like, damn. Yeah. You have the same and honestly his acting in that part. You can't talk enough about that. Everybody remembers that scene. Everybody remembers that line. Obviously because it's repeated so often. But it's almost, I don't know, I can not conflict. God, one of my crescendo of the film for me anyway. Yeah. Watching it. Because going to save the princess and getting out of the castle. Again, I've seen variations of that several times, but the enigma Montoya storyline I really enjoyed. André the Giant loved him. So delightful. Yeah, just heavenly. The creepy little roses, the rodents of unusual size. The craziest swamps, the daring do, yeah, I loved it. I'm a big Chris surrendered fan as well, because he was perfect for the role. Jerry dandridge and fright night. And then you have the Maui edge..
"montoya" Discussed on I Am Power
"You're not alone. There's so many you know so many resources resources for that but you know if if there is some leeway if there is some like okay like it. I'm just unhappy. I can see this going down really quick so let me get prepared. Of course i you know you want to financially be okay you want to mentally be strong because you don't know you always hope that you leave and you guys can be friends and you know but i mean and minds like the extreme of toxicity you know so i understand that there's different levels of it but just to make sure you're prepared because there's so much that that you're gonna be triggered by this person who has been your person for years knows you inside now knows your triggers knows your insecurities and guess what they're gonna use it against you. Hopefully they don't but they will and what happens when triggered and when you're being judged in shamed and you know all your skeletons are coming out because you know. The person doesn't know how to deal with their own emotions. So they're abusing you in another way. I call this legal abuse. I'm like family all the stuff. I'm like it's illegal lies legalize abuse it. Is you know. It's this nasty. So i see so much of that too. And it's it's so sad but yeah. That's probably you know one of the things. That i wanted the advice i was given was document like everything on my gosh. Yeah document every knows how many hall told me to do that. And i didn't do it. Like i should have an affiliate. Yes wall in a difference. I'm just gonna say that. Yeah there's there are apps now that new you talk to your to that person through that app. There's no voice conversations. Everything is documented. This way when you have to go back and hopefully you. Don't you know. I'm not one. I want these everybody. Who's getting a divorce to light. Be amicable because to me. I feel like there could be a new way of divorcing where it's just like hey we didn't work out but i still love you. We still have our family so our family's going to look different. you know. that's what i was hoping for. And then i got played opposite and i was like okay. Well now we're not even because of the toxicity in the abuse you keep on spewing at me. We're not even going to have a relationship. So i'm going to show my child that you don't take that and i tried and now you know because there was a point to where i was trying to knowing what he was he was trying to and he succeeded in taking my son away so currently right now. I'm battling to have my rights as a mother ring. Brought back my son being brought back because he unfortunately won this round. But it's something where you need to just yeah have have everything in line and hope for the best but also be prepared for you know. Have your shit together because it might go down and you have everything. It's it's he said she said. And when you're in front of judge if you have all that people were documentation and everything lake also not only documenting it but putting it in the way where a judge can look at it as story. You know. Because what i did is i had everything but there was so much. It was just dumped. Yeah i don't even think yeah even read through anything so it's just like what's the point of having not if if you're not categorizing it and putting it in a way where they can understand the bigger picture. Yes because i think that you know unfortunately it a lot of times it comes down to..
"montoya" Discussed on I Am Power
"So if you're a medium doesn't mean you're an energy healer if you're an energy healer doesn't necessarily mean you're media. It's just i was always again. I see energy so it was just something that was like natural for me. You know and my sessions. I was like oh grandma's here. Oh and the way i see. It's kind of icy like the lineage. Because a lot of my work has been ancestoral healing. So i see lineage. And who's like your ancestors and who's with you and it just again. It wasn't something i was. I almost didn't wanna do that. Because i don't i felt very like i'm like i don't want to be. I don't want somebody coming to me wanting a message. And what. If i can't yeah i mean like i want that pressure. I wanna have a session and what was happening was people were just showing up. And i'm like oh and i was like okay. I'm like well. This is the message. This is who i saw. It was something that like became part of my session like so when you have an energy healing session there's no guarantee but majority often than not i will see someone or i'll see your lineage and i'll know who's protecting you and who's around you and if there's messages that come in they come in you know. Wow oh my gosh. So you mentioned and sestri. Oh healing what do we hold Traumas from our ancestors. Or can you tell me what that is Have you heard of the word Highway wrong Bud genetics epa genetic. Yeah okay yes so. I have not heard of that. Okay well it will. It's the study and into the research that trauma is embedded in our dna right so it goes from generation to generation So that's again something that has been studied and Ancestral healing for me. Because of where i came from first generation colombian and just having a different type of life in a way of being I understood that to be the norm but it wasn't right and so there was a lot of toxicity like you said like i am. I love my parents death. And i've done a lot of work. You know understanding or parents do as the best they can with what they were given but it trickles down right. Their parents were abusive. My parents were Win does the cycle of toxicity abuse stop it stops with one person is like enough is enough and i'm aware that this is not healthier right for me but it does I've had people where their their grandmother had a situation and now it's replaying very similarly in their life you know so.
"montoya" Discussed on I Am Power
"Like you know subcategory. You know it's a it's a different style But it would be an energy healer and especially if you're if you've had trauma or you feel like you've had some people aren't sure in oregon sub-conscious just kind of blocks things. I know information. There were certain things that arose in my healing journey. That i kind of knew but i kind of did it. You know like it was just like a dream or reality. Sadly the so. You have to make sure that you know it's somebody you feel comfortable with because they're connecting with your energy you know so it's like you don't pick somebody you know right off the bat without understanding who they are. I personally want somebody who has lived through. It has gone through. The experience of what i've gone through and is is proof is living proof. Kind of like how. I am like i. This is my story. This is my healing. This is what i do. This is what i know. And i know it because i lived it not because i think it now because i went to school and you know i mean not that schooling is good but when it comes to this like you need it all. You need the whole package. You need the schooling but you also need the life training. I feel personally. Because i want. I want somebody who has lived through it. An is is proof of like ooh. That's what i want to become and it's about just doing the work making sure you feel comfortable with that person to because energy work like you're allowing them and i know many people were like. Oh i don't know what that means but when you know what that means you're like oh it's very it's nine intrusive right so you want somebody that you trust with your energy. 'cause you're you're you're you're leaving yourself open and when i connect i see a lot of things that you know that so many people wouldn't want to hear from someone so it's like understanding to how to deliver that message and there are times too when i see things that i know. The my client isn't ready to to work through. So i just leave it because it's not my my position in my place to trigger. I'm not. I don't want to trigger someone into now healing or a setback. The work i do is very It's sensitive and i'm honor. That and i honor everybody's journey because everybody's on their own journey. Everybody has their own tien-lin line and way of of slowly process processing it. Because i'm like let's go like i'm like dive in headfirst like come on. Yeah we're going to do. We're gonna do a thousand percent. But i've learned i've learned i have clients like that and i love it. 'cause i'm like. Yeah let's do it. It's it's frigging hard to. But i'm like out this but then i have other clients are like no like i'm honoring my process. I'm like good. I'm like you need to. Oh my gosh you're like you're just like blowing my mind right now. This is this is amazing and you know it makes me think of like the movie always has like. That's how i want the world to be like pandora are You know avatar. Yeah yeah yeah like how. The earth is all like connected and the energy is and i think it is scientifically. They're finding out that it is like that. Yes and i just think that that's amazing I can imagine that somebody who is also so. I don't think you can correct me if i'm wrong Someone who is a medium Doing this type of work. I can imagine that would be a lot more intense for you. As opposed to maybe somebody. That's not or. Is that something that mediums usually do. They usually see they're calling as being Energy healers now you know again i. I've i've picked in in and grabs my gifts right..
"montoya" Discussed on I Am Power
"Call the allison wonderland going in the rabbit hole and trying to find yourself that i fell into as it happens like i was detoxing and doing cupping on my body because again for me. It's like the whole detoxing is mind body and soul so my body too hot to detox. You know as well as like everything else. And i found the shaman and she was an energy healer and she was like. Oh do you want to add it on. And i was like well one in rome and i don't know what what energy feeling is but like let's just try it. Let's do it. let's do it. I'm like i'm game. You know and then afterwards it was like this huge shift like everything made sense me like my senses were open. I was more in touch with mother nature. I felt this weights that. I didn't realize i had on me lifted off. That's when i'm like. Oh now. I understand who i am and then i sought out one of the best teachers. a break he at the time you know in san diego and i studied with her For over a year to just really understand it. Because i somebody that was end. It wasn't even supposed to be like my career is just like this is for me. This is my healing journey. And i need it and for me. How i do. Things is by learning them and really them and then incorporate in my life And that's what i did but it just so happened to be that it's like no. This is actually me. I've always been this way. I've always been an energy healer as far as understanding energy and reading energy. I just never harnessed it. And now i can move energy and i can hold the space for people to feel because like i said we're disconnected. Where like unplugged right and so energy is is. I'm i'm plugging you back in. And we're moving through stuff because everything is energy. This isn't woo. This is scientific. You can google that everything has a vibration frequency so if everything has a frequency. Where does it go if it's not moving. Where does it go in your body. And that's where disease happens. That's wearing zaidi happens like anxiety. Is that energy right. You feel this energy and it's energy so we just have to move it. We just have to feel it but so many people including myself we run from it. We numb it. We suppress it and it comes out later on with with other elements in our body and we don't know what is happening. But i understand it to be that. It's the trauma and using that word very loosely. Right now on. Because i know that's a buzz buzzword and you know i've experienced trauma on many levels So just so you know like i'm speaking from my traumatic experience. But that word is used very loosely. Now everybody's in trauma and that's not the case. So i just want to honor that word because i don't like how people are just using it for like. Oh my god. I couldn't find my million dollar house so that was a traumatic experience. It's like okay like no but okay. Yeah but but it sees in our body and who wants to feel through stuff. It's really tense to feel through some some hardships of our lives. And so you disconnect you subconsciously. Disconnect and our our our subconscious is like trying to protect us. So it's like. Oh no we're not gonna we're gonna just like it's gonna be in here and it's there but you're not going to really feel it it'll come out. In certain times and years later and energy work helps to feel and move past in a safe environment because half the time. I'm feeling it..
"montoya" Discussed on I Am Power
"In. Yes i love that we. We talk about here You know i am. I am blessed to have. My husband's parents moved back from the virgin islands. I just had a baby. So like They're here to help me with the baby and we call it our village and i just i love that when you have when you have that those people that are there to help you and i know you know. I think it's it's definitely like american culture that we've pushed on to our lives. You know the has been ingrained in us. Through through years of the mothers. the mother stays home. The mother keeps the house cleaned. The mother takes care of the baby in the mother. It all and you know. And i think it's even to the point now that we subconsciously like keep that in so you know i find myself when it comes time to clean the house like i would just. I need to do it myself. Because i'm the mother. Even though i do technically work you know my husband works. But we just feel that pressure. And i think it's so important that we just normalize you know not doing it or guys like doing the laundry or cooking like i i think subconsciously. I don't cook because that's more of my like ooh. I'm not gonna cook. Because i'm a woman i'm like no i'm not i don't cook good in. That's it and it is ingrained in us. It written we have to in. That's why for me. I chose energy healing because it it was something. Where the disconnect that i had and so many people that i see majority of the world has is the fact that they're not connected and they don't know their true self right so it's like. Oh well this is my voice in my head so clearly. That's my voice. It's like no that worse is actually not yours. But it's ingrained and it needs to now be rewired like you have to train yourself out of that just like you were trained into it. It was at your natural state of being so this energy healing. Tell me about that. i'm very. I'm very intrigued in very interested This is kind of this is new to me. I don't know anything about that. So this played a role in your Played a role in your ability to leave your toxic relationship. It's playing a role in your in your healing currently and then is this like this. Is your life right. this is who i am. It's always it's always played a role I just never understood it. So when i was young i would see spirits and i would see those past and i would also feel energy. I would feel someone's energy. I mean that's just how i can explain it. I was young unites. Yeah i would somebody would. They were introduced me to somebody and they would present themselves a certain way and yet i would feel them to be different and as a young child. That's very confusing..
"montoya" Discussed on I Am Power
"I left i was really prepared. Because part of my journey to virtually riser. Right so spirituality. And energy work is how i've gotten through this and so i was very aware of my trauma. I was healing my trauma from my childhood. I was gaining. Excuse me my spiritual gifts. As far as intuition and in reading energy like i trust i trusted myself more so than the outside world and that is how i just navigated through that i did the first year was i like to say i was in like hermit mode so i just really like focused on my kid making sure he was okay because he's going through and he has no idea what's happening and it's not his fault and i tried to really cushion the fall as much as i could and focused on work and you know getting myself to place. Why comfortable and proud of myself and just this is a new beginning. And i've always been one to shift and move and start new so that experience wasn't that difficult but when you're a mom and you have the added child and all that It was it was hard and throwing the pandemic. I was solo parenting going through a really toxic divorce. It was but i had my inner peace. I had you know myself love and i just trusted that everything is happening for a reason. I'm learning my lessons. I have a good community. 'cause you need a community can't do this by yourself at all you know. I'm very independent and very like I was very toxic in the way of like i can do it and i took myself and like that. There is something to be said about that because it's so rewarding in. it's so like you have this superwoman. Like i can do whatever but also you know. I learned to receive and i learned to open up a little bit. Because trusting is is also something after that that's hard to do and again going through toxic marriage. It is insane what you experience the people who who say they're your family who go on the other team so you're dislike you. Try to really disconnect and only let in certain people that you can wholeheartedly trust which is hard when you're going through so much emotion there's getting thrown out you so it's like being grounded is key. And how are you grounded by knowing your truth by knowing that what what people say are just words and they can't penetrate you and you stay in your truth in in your light and that's kind of like howard canary navigating the storm. Oh my gosh. That's so amazing. Like i have so many questions that went ask you. You're talking about these amazing points. I think are so important. That women here You know you talk. You mentioned the supermom. I think that it's important in. I kinda feel like i'm seeing a little ripple in of movement starting to happen with that unit for so long. We've we've prided women for being the super moms and doing everything and go into work and taking care of the home and you know Taking care of the children and then being okay..
"montoya" Discussed on I Am Power
"Would be the word. It wasn't forced but it. I felt very obligated to marry. Because you know a we were. We were pregnant. I personally jasmine didn't care for marriage don't need a document i'm very. I've always been very free and wild. And it's like. Why are you telling me what to do. Undoing it this way like i don't i never follow. I do my own thing you know. That's and that's been hard as a woman and as a first generation Women as well. It's been very difficult and challenging to always just go against the grain and it's not like i was doing it on purpose. I was just wanting to honor myself on. So i wanted to become a mother and then the way you know the story went it just between talking to family and you know my ex it was it was pushed upon me and i saw the red flags did but i was just ignoring it. And i'm like no. This is what you need to do right this. You're you're pregnant. You know you need to have a husband and this is just the way the story goes and it didn't fit very well and because i only knew him for a year You know all all the smoke and mirrors fade. And by the time. I realized who he was it was quote unquote too late because i felt like we already have family. Let me just try to make this work. So many women work. I know so many women who are not happy marriage and you can just deal with it somehow. And i thought i could and.
"montoya" Discussed on I Am Power
"In art becomes important reminders. Each week we dive deep into the story of special person who discovered their power against all sides. All of the inspiration is memorialized into a single unique painting that reminds us to be great. So if you my friend are looking to step out of your own way into your life fool and we all deserve potential. This is the place for you. If you're not allowed to process and feel the anger pain all that stays within you because you're not allowing it to release right. You're not localizing it. You're not doing the inner child work of like you know what you did. You know that inner voice can't be trusted if it's not healed in a way because the inner voice is coming from a place of pain or protection and fear vs love.
"montoya" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength
"In the same scenario we come to assimilate the look the culture. The war paint the hairstyle the beliefs and even the moral reasoning of the groups that were part of we believe down at our very very ancient. Brains is To assimilate to a tribe is the surest way of our safety and to go against the tribe is near certain death and so when we belong to a a political or social structure. That does things that are clearly immoral. Maybe we can look at the nazi party that we're not looking at anything. That's temporal right. Now there are people who were nazis who were supportive of that regime. Who knew what was happening. I'm and they are actually good people. They were good. People caught up in a system but they couldn't go against it so we're not terribly good up about moral reasoning. Once were part of a tribe what we really want to do is assimilate and that means support the group that we're in so when we assume a another group of people is immoral The group might be immoral but most likely the people are just simulating not doing a whole lot. More reasoning amazing. That's so interesting okay. cool Very interesting detour so it would be great if we could avoid political conversations. What if we can't or what if we decide nope today's today i'm i'm talking about it. I'm going down in flames today. I'm doing it you know. Maybe we had a glass of wine. Maybe it's just really important to us any number of reasons or combination of them. We find ourselves in the conversation. How do we do this. Like how do we do. So i'll give you a couple of different approaches. In the first thing would be is to frame the conversation and so of april. You brought up something political with me and going cam a little bit wary about this. I might say the following a april on glad to Has conversation with you however a couple of of my own rules..
LGBTQ Representation in Films Increased Last Year, Study Finds
"Is releasing its annual survey of the movie landscape. It's found a rise in the percentage LGBTQ characters across major studios, along with more screen time. As NPR's Andrew Limbaugh reports, the pandemic has put an important asterisk on the numbers characters like the hard drinking but protective detective Renee Montoya from last year's Birds of Prey. Kill him, Girl. Just shoot are among the growing percentage of LGBTQ characters in film. The report from glad also notes that there is an increase in LGBTQ characters of color, too. But because of how the pandemic impacted movie distribution. This study only looked at a total of 44 movies compared to last year's 118. While some of the numbers look positive trend wise for more LGBTQ representation of those characters. The report found zero transgender or non binary characters, zero characters with the disability and zero characters living with HIV. Andrew Lim Bang NPR News. Your
"montoya" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!
"Am i looking at here. Sub mariner with a like a seashell bikini. G like this is and what else are area born the little mermaid but instead of a bra it soon frigging cod piece. It's a jockstrap up. This was four or chilled. I guess. I mean definitely not for children. There's a little a little description that says could the submariners ferocity reflect some the words to blurry some blank of having to don such as skimpy little number so whoever was in charge of this i mean announcing the punisher with a similar thing with the punisher skull. We're seeing every comic book character. You could possibly think of good for all of us. That's what i'm going to say about everything that's happened. This was kind of fan art before. You're right i suppose pre dvr. I guess. oh and now. i'm picking up this nail polish which is marvel. My gosh what's what you gave me a marvel nail. I plan to talk about the comic books. Not at all not at all. This is perfect. What why did you give me. Comic book nail polish oats for many. So which i love i love a trip diminished. So yeah. I was at minnesota because minnesota just opened up right where i live and i love. Obviously i love nail polish and i want to spread it. I wanna spread the joy of nail polish throughout the world. So i was like. I'm gonna give of course by about one for me and i bought one for you. Oh fantastic this is wonderful. I haven't wore nail polish and years. Maybe it's the time i get back into the marvel. i've become part of the marvel. universe marvel nail verse. This is incredible. Okay i mean it literally has nothing to do with marvel outside of saying marvel. It's just blackmail with adam. Listen sticker stuck to it. That's it and that's marketing. That's marketing for you. Oh my god. This package really does come together in a strange way because then there's a mocking bird which kind of ties in with the young adult true. Yes yes. what was there any any real reason you put it in the bank. You know what i thought. I think this would be a nice pairing with the book. It's next like you know like a wine and cheese. You know you gotta have the the knowledge tan. They go hand in hand. And this is i would say this is the little bit of breed that goes along with this. Beautiful bottle of wine is modern land. Yes perfectly aged. Do you read anything. You actually like no like now. I do a big reader. i love to read. I read all the time specifically fiction. i'm trying to read more nonfiction but i don't know what's good nonfiction. The only nonfiction. I'll read is like memoirs from bet. Yeah like from like fran drescher. Like i'll read a fran drescher memoir right but it's probably entertaining and enlightening in some way. That's right that's the name of very good. I mean bless fran drescher. She's truly icon and make sure her life story is fascinating. Oh yes oh. yes oscar. it's time to play a game. Do you want to play a game. Called gift master or game called gift or curse. Oh my god. Oh jeez tell you what it is once you begin playing unless you gift master okay. I need a number between one and ten eight okay. I have to do some light calculating while i do. This don't laugh at the calculating. I have to calculate the game pieces so and this is going to only be in your benefit oscar because now you can promote something you can recommend something you can reach out to a lost loved one. Do whatever you want. i'll be right back. Great awesome so i mean. Hey listen there's many ways in which you can contact me if you want to. You know you can follow me on instagram and twitter at ozzy. Easy y. m. o. Also you can follow me. In the many podcasts. That i host too many podcasts perjure namely i host a latin next comedy podcast called spanish presents. And you can follow me at spanish presents on instagram. Also host at disney podcast where we watch every single disney animated movie in chronological order. We did that now. We're doing every dekom so you can follow us at inside the disney vault on instagram. I also hosts a music video. Podcast with my good friend. Mano gap ian called podcasts. Killed the video star. You can follow that account at podcast. Killed the video star on instagram cosker. I'm almost done here or not done. Yeah okay fine. I'm an aries sun gemini rising sagittarius moon. It's a tricky combination. I have to say. I'm i'm not easy not easy but i thought i'm a very fun time. So okay you're in luck. I have figured out. All of the game pieces as far as i can tell. I mean knock on wood that way. You say you're in the situation. It's hard to say isn't it. It's certainly not okay. This is how the game works and listener. I'm just going to promote. You can buy a home version of this now. Listener wrote in and said that. I had an opportunity on a pass podcast to promote this and i do very bad job of so. I'm going to say now. Go get gift master the game. It's very fun. 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"montoya" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Off, little rebound came off a Vasilevskiy and Bennet shot friendly fire hit for Haiti. Her. Hagi rims it around the boards. No. One home at the right point, so the Panthers have to chase all the way back in their own end. And it takes the lead pass carries across the top of the slot, didn't get his shot through her head tangled up there with turn AC and Lauren is there to pick it up. He's bumped off the pump identity tries to bring it in front of them Turn act wiped him out. Lose to the boards and Patrick Horn Cliff keeps it alive for Florida. Roberto lets one go again. Block is turn. It got in the way of that. On the Lightning will get changes as they clear the center. Or trying to tag up and bring it right back in his bark off weights now carries across the line on the right side. Is it the Huberdeau in the corner? Account. Hyde Park off serves it over one time shot, not getting a lot on it with Montoya. I beg your pardon. It's weaker. Back around the boards to Mackenzie Weaker and Blake Coleman's a penalty killing specialist gets enough of it to deflect it into the Florida bench. I'm a little bit surprised that the Panthers just don't stick with that. One touch pass to bark off in the middle of the ice because it's available, meaning it's right there for him, and he is just Able to tee it up fast. Celeski has made a couple of good stops. He's also been fortunate is bar cops had a couple of near misses. And I will tell you this second period tough change period, especially when you're killing a penalty. And the Lightning got away with it on that last exchange of forwards because they're two guys room within 20 ft of the bench before the fresh penalty killers came over the boards. I thought the referees Really let them get away with with one there. Wasn't a situation where the ice the fucking gotta change, either. They barely cleared the blue line and went for that change, But we're still in the neutral zone, and that's why that should have been a too many men on the ice penalty against Tampa. 27 seconds left in the penalty to Victor Hedman to 51 to go Second period five won the Lightning lead. On tour brings it in on the right side. Got a lot on his shot. That's off the blocker, a vasilevskiy. Tying his own Blake Coleman is on it trying to press the issue short handed Coleman in on the right side, trying to feed it to Sara Lee down the slot, but it went off escape. Now Sara Lee will rag it all the way back to the neutral zone. Circuit check gives it to Savard. And the penalty winding down, Hedman will be out of the box Tampa Bay full strength from the Lightning. Now three or four on the penalty kill Vetrano carries into the Tampa Bay zone is both teams full strength now. On. Then he got clipped by a stick in the side of the net and goes down. Crashed into the side of the net. Vetrano again very uncomfortable as he gets to his feet. He's another penalty. Tampa Bay penalty number 98 2 minutes roughing. So it's the Lightning, who Keep the parade to the penalty box going here circuit. Jeff just took one hand off his stick. With his left hand, just smoked metronome right in the face with a short little rabbit punch. The boy that was another bad penalty. Lightning to take. They've taken a number of undisciplined penalties here in this game that has given the Panthers hope. Lightning of extended their lead with the only two goals of the second period. But this is the fourth Florida power play up the second period. And it comes at 17 45, so they'll get the full two minute compliment if they needed between now and the end of the period. And off the draw. The Lightning wanted to the line, but not out of Bennett holds it out. Hi. Holds it across the Huber Go sneaks it through the bark off in the return. Pastor Huberdeau gets away from him. Alex Killorn gets on it short handed.
"montoya" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Jim are. It's exciting for I think America and it's just a great event to have everybody at from all of us to all of you. Thank you. You know that great work. Thank you for having us. We're very fortunate to have you for sure. And you all can go back to being fans. Now. That's a Ted horn. CMR chief operating officer and Carmen hits of first responders enjoying the GMR IndyCar Grand Prix. We have 47 of 85 laps complete Hunter Rey, the last one to come to pit road and rot. Bachmann's gonna call it Hey, has just arrived on pit road. Perfect timing by you, Mark James Ryan Hunter, right makes the switch. Black tires. Black tires on the number 28 years ago, Brian Hunter led array. He is down in a way again with the blacks. Gross. John and Pelo are long gone to turn number One already is Ryan Hunter. Ray is still trying to make his way off of pit road. David going to be interesting to see where he saw. Let's see where he's cycles in right now, obviously VK Made that very important past grow. John pulled out a four second lead, basically nice and laid there. Good job on him. He does have a fast race car right now. Now we'll see. We're right on the right right now. He files out in that fourth position. Really good variety that you need A good run. And Scott McLaughlin Simon National Michael Young. That's a pretty good battle for the sixth position. Yeah, they've been battling for the last several laps or so, Simon passion. Oh, keeps closing in on his teammate. But this time by trying to make up that four car deficit, he has go down home and Boulevard. Forever so stupid ski teammates, the brake rotors glowing as they make their way down through turn number seven McGlaughlin gets there first, but Simon passion Oh, just the Carling behind Jake, I got a feeling if one of these two asks the other for dinner tonight, they're going to say way pretty much spent enough time around each other today because they've been really going at it here for the last 15 or so circuit Scott McLachlan Simon pageant just behind him, setting up for turn number 12. That means that they're in the South End short shoot of the oval of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Lachlan now into 13 has, you know drives close and that left hand turn number 13, but McLachlan's able to hold him off the writing of 14 49 Last complete readers. VK is your leader by 3.9. Seconds over Roman grows job will continue to watch the battle for six between McLachlan and Pageau into turn over. Why this time Simon passion? Oh, stalking his teammate a little bit closer than he was last time by Scott McLachlan. Now pulling away by about three or four car legs. That lime green machine of Simon pageant. No. About two car lengths behind now and then colts and heard of trying to make up some ground as well. It's Scott McLaughlin through the switchback of turns five and six and ours The sponsorship for Simon Passion. Oh, familiar paint scheme is Michael called it some squalid green, some color yellow. I'll call it bright. He is right there. The underwear wing of Scott McLaughlin closes within a car length. Both of those drivers quick on the accelerator's back to the right and left that turns 89 and again leader is Rina's VK. He is already onto the main straight away. Scott McLaughlin and Simon Passion of this battle that we watch continues now to turn number 11 McLachlan this time might have a little more of a comfortable advantage than he did last time by work their way through turn number 12. That's a right hander, then quickly that left handed turned that his turn number 13. Scott McLachlan does so as if he's been here for years. And he does so with vaginal behind them taking a bit of interest suddenly in the proceedings Just behind that battle is things start to tighten up a bit, Michael. You'll see my Glock with impassioned Oh, but just behind them. Heard up. Rossi Erickson. Try to get interesting. Yeah. Alexander Rossi has been battling these others entire race. He's locked him up several times and turn number one had that little brief incident with Juan Pablo Montoya. Montoya kind of checked up in front of them. So Alexander Rossi started to close in on that rear wing of Colton Herta. Herta gets a nice launch this time out of turn number five and six, but Brasi trying to close that five card deficit. So it's the Penske teammates battling right ahead of those two that both driver and ready Otto's work cold heard of yellow and black car gets hard on the brakes Return over seven. Rossi has really been attacking turned seven all day long that car wiggles a little bit. Kicks up some dirt is he chases go herd of interns at the second half of the top 10 that were crying right now. Scott McLachlan followed by Simon Passion. Oh, that It's cold to her toe. Alexander Rossi and the rear of that group is Marcus Eriksen. And that husky chocolate machine. They find themselves pretty evenly spaced. No change between 12 and 13. 51 Last complete readers VK your leader Roman grows on his second Alex below his third Joseph New Garden. His fourth Graham Ray Hall is fifth that the G M R Ground free Alexa play in the car radio. This is Jake Query turned three announcer of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway radio network with this driven to save lives fast back brought.
"montoya" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Oh we have a situation where the Democrats aren't auditing anything meaningfully because they don't want to they don't want to acknowledge that are audits suck cuz that will be weaponized by the GOP. And the GOP is is in which is acting in bad. Faith is cherry-picking and auditing, only where they want and only what they want and then even good faith. Mistakes would certainly do happen. They will weaponize. Yep, and Martha. Celine says Jennifer one of the Democrat, the Democratic congressmen and Senators going to stand up to this and do something and call them out. I don't think they're going to ever. I think what happened was it wasn't working. Widened is the only one. I mean, I tried. I even spoke with some Congressional staff members in DC, I had a son that had connections. You put me in touch and they did not want to message this loud and clear. I said you need to message that. They even if you don't pass your bills, the whole country needs to know it's because the GOP. Is blocking us and they the only one who tried was widened. Nobody else tried at least, not any specific enough way that they knew stuff. Like they were, they wanted to keep the modems in the machines, the GOP. Did they wanted to? They didn't want Audits and only why the message that? And now it allowed. Now we're in a real bind, because the election was insecure in many ways, it may have been more secure in past elections. The voter registration systems were had had Albert sensors on them, which would can detect intrusion. It can't stop it, but it can detect it. And so I think most States had that that's an improvement. That's not the vote tallies. And so I think what what some Democrats think happened was because of vote-by-mail that huge turnout with vote-by-mail, it circumvented whatever the Republican had in mind for in-person voting. Whether that was voter just plain old voter suppression or whether it might have been election fraud, which we don't know if that was in the works, could be by demesy. Insiders, by the way, I don't want to ever pretend, we need a, a nation state to hack an election. So they decided to go all-in with vote-by-mail. And the problem is, that's where now off all of these voter suppression bills that you're seeing are aimed at scaling back to the vote-by-mail because apparently the Republicans think so too. They wanted they they like their in-person voting where they can create really long lines and age of machines go down and Democratic precincts and Etc. Jennifer will it just like Eli Montoya said as far as the predictions everyone predicted that Hillary was going to win and didn't happen you know? And she should have made a bigger stink about it but she didn't. I mean but Democrats always make this complacent mistake..
"montoya" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Miami's Jackson Health to vaccine teachers, at risk people 50 and up
"Is is ready ready for for a a big big covert covert 19 19 vaccine vaccine expansion expansion getting getting underway underway tomorrow. tomorrow. For For the the first first time, time, teachers, teachers, police police and and firefighters firefighters all all 50 50 and and older older can can begin begin getting the shot alongside seniors. Jackson Health System's CEO Carlos Montoya going a step further Anyone age 50 and older with a signed doctor's note on the physicians letterhead. Prescription pad, listing the patient's name any specific, high risk condition for which the patient is being treated and a recommendation that the patient be vaccinated. 2000 Shots Day will also start to be a minister tomorrow at the federal mass vaccination site opening at Miami Dade College North
Jackson Health System in Miami expands COVID-19 vaccines to patients 55+ with specific medical conditions
"Will begin offering covert 19 vaccines next week to Floridians 55 years old and over with specific medical conditions. CEO Carlos Montoya says those medical conditions include heart failure, COPD and some forms of cancer. In order to receive the vaccine. These individuals will have to bring a signed note from their physician stating which of these 13 conditions apply. The Florida Department of
Seniors Urged To Act Now as Access To Vaccine Booms in Florida
"More than 750 pharmacies in Florida, including Wal Marts, Publix and Winn Dixie's are now offering covert 19 shocks and with access to the vaccine improving. Some top medical officials are urging seniors to act now, even though the numbers of confirmed cases are starting to come down. Jackson Health System CEO Carlos Montoya warns. We may not be over the hump yet. We're all concerned that we could potentially have another search down the line. Jackson has already vaccinated 73,000 people, many already receiving their second dose during a zoom town hall. Dr Hansel took says he can't understand why some aren't coming back because it's literally the most important thing you can do for humanity at this time. There is no indication when the shots can become available for the next group of People. Aircraft against Miami, Florida reporting nearly 60,000 people have received vaccinations Thursday with over 36,000 receiving second dose is
"montoya" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Three hours the weekend is here. Congrats. You mated. Hang out for a while. We'll have some fun. We've got the Bengals and we've got some reds would get some college football and basketball of getting off the beaten path topic coming up in the eight o'clock hour. Actually, I'm wearing tonight's off the beaten path topic in some way, shape or form all of that over the course of the next three hours, then sterling in tonight. 90 midnight. What do you say? We get it going as we always do with the headlines and then we go start with the Reds. The Reds avoid arbitration today and reach agreement on one year deals with all six players who were eligible for arbitration. Jesse Winker Signs for 3.1 Million Louise Castille gets 4.2 million Michael Lorenzen 4.4. More than to steal a teller Malli. A $2.2 million deal. The mirror Garrett Ah, $1.5 Million deal also know a Ramirez acquired for Rice. L. Iglesias agrees to a $1.1 million deal. The deal includes an All Star bonus. It's international signing day in Major League Baseball, the Reds announced they have landed a total of signed a total of 13 players. The headliner is said to be a 17 year old outfielder named early Al Montoya from the Dominican considered a prospect, according to scouts that can flat out hit as a good strike zone Knowledge and a plus arm, Aerial Al Montoya. USA Today reports that Major league Baseball, fearing the pandemic could create havoc with their scheduling once again is proposing the return of seven inning double headers and extra inning games, beginning with a runner on second. Also up for debate. They expanded playoffs, the D H and roster size that will be up for Our debate. Coming up one hour from now. NFL four playoff games this weekend. All heard right here on 700 wlw tomorrow. The Rams that the Packers for 35, the Ravens at the Bills 8 15 Sunday. It's the Browns and Chiefs 305. The Buccaneers and Saints cap it all off at 6 40. College football. The bear cats get a commitment. A 2022 commitment from Sigrid Graham, three star defensive tackle from Jacksonville, 63. £250, according to reports had interest from Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa State, Kentucky. Miami, among others. COLLEGE basketball Tonight NK You just got underway with IU py in the Horizon League Catch Jim Culture and Rick Brokering with the call down the dial on ESPN. 15 30 Right State is home to Cleveland State. The Miami at Western Michigan Game tomorrow, has been postponed due to roster issues with the Western Michigan men's basketball team. Related to cope in 19 tests and subsequent contact tracing so no Miami, right hogs tomorrow. No, you see tomorrow? No. Xavier tomorrow for everything else you've missed. Go to my blog's. You'll find it at 700 wlw dot com. The blog's presented by me if you go there now it's flashback Friday. I have dug up. From 1991 video of a TV special We did a WSB T T V. That I co hosted called a Tradition renewed, previewing the start of the Notre Dame football season in the opener of that year was against Indiana. You will see me, I warn you, it's the slicked back hair and glasses. Look of 1991 that's on the block gets 700 wlw dot com I have conversation with Mike, too coarse, young college hoops from last night in podcast form If you missed it, he missed my message to the Reds earlier this week. You can listen back to that. Also catch up on my talk with Dave Lapham. David Culture and more all in one spot on the blogged 700 wlw dot com We begin here tonight. This is a two fer out of the chute. It deals with you fed it deals with The return on investment, the emotional return on investment for two fan bases in particular. At lunch today. I mentioned I'm rooting for the Browns this weekend versus the Chiefs and I got kind of a side I and then I got crushed and called names, But I'm happy for Browns fans. That scene last weekend was pretty cool the fans going to the airport to meet the team when they came back after a playoff win over the Steelers. It was their first postseason appearance since 2000 and two. It was their first playoff win since 1994 Considering all they've gone through this season last weekend was a significant return on the investment for fans, the investment that fans have made over the years of your brands fan. You know exactly what I'm talking about what you've been through. You got something back this weekend, and I will admit it's been cool hearing from my friends who are Browns fans. About how much last weekend meant to them. Some have been in tears talking about what that moment last weekend meant when the Cleveland Browns won a playoff game, so I have to Questions a two part question to begin the show tonight, and they deal with the emotion of being a fan. One. It's more of a request I would and I think it's safe to say I've never asked this on sports talk. I'd like to hear from a Browns fan to help back this topic tonight. Tell me what last weekend. Meant to you. I know for a fact, I've never asked for a Browns fan to call sports talk. I'm asking now, because I want to tap into what you've been through What that meant last weekend. And part two of the question is a Bengals topic, and I saw this on Twitter this week. And I've been thinking about it every day, and I said all right, if I thought about it this long then it's it's gonna be a topic and it was a tweet from a Rebecca toe back. Rebecca's tweet Rebecca, a longtime Bengals fan. In her tweet, she said, quote. If I wasn't, a Bengals fan. I'd really question how anyone could be a Bengals fan. Here's what I'm looking for. I thought that was an interesting way of putting it. What would you tell an outsider a stranger in explaining to them? You being a fan of the Bangles? Perhaps you've heard it from friends or others who say Well, you Europe. Bangles fan. Why How Two parter. Tapping into fans.
Miami-Dade health official: We could use 75,000 vaccine shots a week
"In Miami Dade could soon be getting a little more help is they keep struggling to book over 19 vaccine appointments that's in health system is working with state and county officials as they try to open mass vaccination sites at Marlins Park in Tropical Park CEO Carlos Montoya says it's all about coordination and supply. He believes they could administer 3 to 4000 shots a day. That's on top of the 1000 a day being given out at hard Rock Stadium. You 75,000 week here in Dade County alone, and that's that's our goal of once we get to 75,000 week. We believe we can get all the senior citizens done in 3 to 4 weeks. You were next in four months between 40 and 50% of the population could be inoculated air
"montoya" Discussed on Section 138
"I mean when i look at the standings you know we've talked about this. Are the blue jays. Going to be better than the raise. Next year i could happen. I think that's probably the biggest competition i mean. The the yankees are still going to be decent. You know they were both them and the blue jays made the playoffs last year. Actually there was only one game Between the two of them with the yankees having one extra win. But that's probably the most accurate prediction. I'd i mean ninth. In the league really depends. I mean any normal year that means they make the playoffs but even this year with In twenty twenty. I think the instead of having. What was the sixteen team playoffs this year. They're looking at maybe fourteen or twelve something less than sixteen so ninth bassin's that you know they make the playoffs. I mean do. I think ninth is accurate. I don't know it really depends on how. How big a lead. The bluejays take this year. So you ask for the two players that were called out in terms of charleena montoya vladimiro junior. I think it's interesting with montoya because it seems as if so many aspects so many people within the media whether it's a manager of the year voting last year this year their predictions a buck. Martinez has said that. He predicted a ton of votes. Would go charlie's way. I think you know maybe there are a lot of things that maybe we are a little. I don't know if two is the right word you know. Maybe maybe i'm the one that has it wrong. Maybe he is a lot better manager than i think but Watching watching him every day. It's just there are. He's not a terrible manager. And i think the players do really like him. But i think there are a lot of ways but he could improve as for vladi. Mvp seems a little bit farfetched. Think he you know he. He's a good player. He's been putting in a ton of work in the off season. I don't think we can discredit that. He's seems as if every couple days a new story poster new instagram post of him. You running or something but it honored to be the mvp union to you. You need to take a massive leap forward which he could do. You think he is. A very good player has a very high ceiling. Obviously he was projected to be very good even his rookie days with the number one prospect in baseball before he came up. But.
Judge says border agents can't use COVID-19 order to expel migrant kids
"Federal judge in the U. S telling the administration to stop expelling immigrant Children who crossed the border alone. U S District Judge Emmet solve in issuing a preliminary injunction to halt the policy, which the Trump Administration approved in an emergency declaration at the start of the pandemic. Immigration reporter Camillo Montoya Galvez says the policy was a departure from early Your practice is US law stipulates that unaccompanied migrant Children who are taken into custody by board officials must be placed and shelters overseen by the government during their deportation proceedings. For the pandemic. These miners were allowed to seek asylum or other forms of humanitarian protection and typically reunited with family members in the U. S No word yet on if the administration will appeal the ruling
Judge rules Wolf did not have authority to restrict DACA
"Arizonans eligible for the deferred action for childhood arrivals or daca program or hopeful now but cautious over a court ruling that could reverse a trope policy that crippled the program. A federal judge last week declared that the appointment of chad wolf is interim secretary of homeland security was unlawful and he lacked authority when he limited access to work permits for thousands of so-called dreamers remained toy founded the group ali into arizona and says the ruling could allow thousands of arizonans to move on with their lives. Visit would allow us hopefully reinstate the whole daca program in all those twenty seven thousand arizona tree marks could and apply for the daca program. We'll have an opportunity to apply for it. The case affects a total of six hundred. Fifty thousand people brought into the united states as children by parents who were undocumented. Montoya was dreamers. Be patient since the outcome of the ruling could be delayed by an appeal
Judge rules Wolf did not have authority to restrict DACA
"Arizonans eligible for the deferred action for childhood arrivals or daca program or hopeful now but cautious over a court ruling that could reverse a tro policy. That crippled the program. A federal judge last week declared that the appointment of chad wolf is interim secretary of homeland security was unlawful and he lacked authority when he limited access to work permits for thousands of so-called dreamers. Rena montoya founded the group ali into arizona and says the ruling could allow thousands of arizona's to move on with their lives. Visit would allow us to hopefully reinstate the whole daca program all those twenty seven thousand arizona dreamers scope could and apply for the daca program. We'll have an opportunity to apply for it. The case affects a total of six hundred. Fifty thousand people brought into the united states as children by parents who were undocumented. Montoya warns dreamers to be patient since the outcome of the ruling could be delayed by an appeal
Two People Killed in Explosion at Connecticut V.A. Hospital, New York
"At least two people are dead after an apparent steam pipe blast in a maintenance building out of Veterans Affairs office in hospital in Connecticut. It is with great sorrow. I share that two deaths tragically occurred today as a result of an explosion in the basement of an outer building at the West Haven Campus Veterans Administration. Connecticut Health Care director Al Montoya officials do say that patient care was not affected by that blast, a banker
Tampa Bay Rays' Kevin Cash, Miami Marlins' Don Mattingly win Manager of the Year awards
"Is the manager of the year. Kevin Cash of the Tampa Bay Rays has won the American League manager of the Year award Cache guided the Rays to a nail best 40 and 20 record in the pandemic shortened season. But cash was widely criticized for pulling a CE left hander Blake Snell in the sixth inning of the decisive sixth game of the World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Voting by the Baseball Writers Association of America concluded before the playoffs began. Rick Renteria, who was fired after leading the Chicago White Sox threw a postseason berth, finished second in the voting, followed by Toronto's Charlie Montoya. Oh Don Mattingly of Miami was voted the National League manager of the Year I Mike
MLB awards: Finalists unveiled for Manager of the Year
"The fact that MLB started doing this naming the three finalists. Am I telling you for the past couple of years, and they've they've announced the finalists for the major awards day towards being handed out next week Monday. Next Monday, is Rookie of the year man to the years next Tuesday. Cy Young is on Wednesday and then m V P, of course, is on Thursday. So to me, the most interesting one is the manager of the year, especially in the American League and usually like man who cares, But I think it's very interesting because The three guys who they've picked in the American League to be the manager of the year. One of them is Kevin Cash, who had a fantastic regular season but has been blasted for one managerial movie made in the World Series, which was taking Blake snout too early. Yeah, he pulled a Dave Roberts. Yeah, and it makes no sense to me at all. Why he would do that, And he's going to say it's the analytics. But if you look at the numbers Blake they're actually the third time through the lineup is better than he is the second time through the lineup. And he was making them look ridiculous. Absolutely. I mean, it was. It was just stupid. How bad they looked any just struck out the top three guys in the orders twice. So that means none of them had made contact Justin Turner. Mookie Betts. Corey Seager had made zero contact, and that's the Yoon said Betts doesn't swing and miss. He makes contact and he was he made. That's look ridiculous. He absolutely didn't know that. But this year better actually hit worse against lefties. Entity is right. But that's beside the point. Yes, so Kevin Cash is one Of the three managers. Charlie Montoya. The Bluejays is another one, which I think is great. And I think it's hilarious that the third manager of the heirs, Rick Renteria, who is no longer manage manager, he was relieved of his job. So we have a guy who made a horrible managerial decision guy who's no longer managing, then you're trying. Montoya.
1 dead in shooting at dueling Denver protests
"Allegedly shooting and killing another man during dueling protests in downtown Denver. Private security guard for a local TV station is in custody after protests between opposing groups turned violent in Civic Civic Center Center park park in in Denver Denver Saturday. Saturday. Jennifer Jennifer Police Police chief chief of of investigations, investigations, Joe Joe Montoya Montoya described described what what happened. happened. It It was was a a verbal verbal altercation altercation that that transpired. transpired. Firearm was discharged individual was shot and later pronounced deceased man who was shot reportedly part of the pro police. Patriot Rally. Denver police tweeting the suspect is a private security guard with no affiliation with Antifa. Sue Guzman.
Guard in custody after man dies in shooting in Denver protests
"A man is in custody after allegedly shooting and killing another man during dueling protests in downtown Denver private. Security. Guard for a local TV. Station is in custody protests between opposing groups turned violent in Civic Center park in Denver Saturday to police chief of Investigations Joe Montoya described what happened. That transpired firearm discharged. Individual was shot and later pronounced deceased man who was shot reportedly part of the pro police Patriot Rally Denver Police tweeting the suspect is a private security guard with no affiliation with Antifa
Denver protest death: Demonstrator shot during rival rallies
"Colorado, working to figure out what prompted a fatal shooting this weekend during rival protests. Joe Montoya is a division chief of investigations with the Denver Police Department. There was a verbal altercation transpired. Firearm was discharged individual was shot and later pronounced deceased. Shooting happened Saturday afternoon as the demonstration seemed to be breaking up. Denver Post photojournalist captured the standoff showing a far right protester spraying may set a man aiming a firearm at him. Private security guards hired by a local television news station is in custody.
Denver shooting at protest leaves 1 dead; news station's private security guard in custody
"Denver now where rival rallies ended with one man shot dead and another man higher by local news station as a private security guard in custody and beers amy held reports on the latest incident of deadly violence a months of tense protests police in Denver were out in force bracing for potential violence as far right and far left protesters converged by mid afternoon demonstrations appear to be. Breaking up when a Denver Post photojournalist captured a standoff showing far right protester spring may set a man aiming a firearm at him Denver Police Division chief of Investigations Joe Montoya says they're still looking into what happened Hobo. The soon as possible, we can get the factual information out has led to this who the individuals involved were were hopeful that information will help kind of home the war's. Recent months have seen tensions boiling over nationwide with shooting deaths at protests in Portland Oregon and Kenosha
Major Miami Hospital Limits Surgeries Amid Covid-19 Return
"Scheduled scheduled anytime anytime in in the the near near future, future, you you might might want want to to call call your your doctor doctor with Corona virus cases in I C U usage doubling over the past two weeks. Jackson Healthcare System is trying to free up hospital beds by limiting impatient surgeries and procedures to emergency and urgent cases. Only starting on Monday, CEO Carlos Montoya says they're not alone Memorial is doing the same thing that we are in south Broward. They they are eliminating beekeeping argument emergent. They're also keeping the same day surgery. Jackson workers have seen their infection rates spike from 7 to 12%. Maybe they'd fire rescue, also seeing a dramatic increase in the number of employees being forced into isolation because of the virus. Aircraft.
Over 5000 new coronavirus cases reported in Florida Thursday
"Virus cases continue to climb in Florida, with another. More than 500 confirmations in the last 24 hours 367 in Broward pushes the total of more than 12,500 in Miami Day, the number grew by 850 to more than 28,600. Miami Dade officials are trying to get a handle on the recent spike by sending search teams and two hot zones to educate residents. Mobile testing is also being upped in those areas. Jackson Health System's CEO Carlos Montoya says his number of covert 19 patients is somewhat skewed. 40% of our patients are either asymptomatic or miles and demanded that should not be in the hospital for a bit, But they're here for other reasons, he tells CNN that includes car crashes, kidney and Goldstone issues. Erica Rider against Miami.