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"nakazawa" Discussed on The Lead
"I mean you have to say yes. Virgil van dyke was probably the best central defender in the world. Before your engine. I think if you look throughout the team nicholson much quality throughout. They all getting little old together. They have still looked really good. I think and i was hoping to games space if he is going to be a real challenge against chelsea this weekend chelsea as we really really good themselves so this is one of the first games of the season. I've been really looking forward to being able to assess the relative strength of some of these title contenders livable necessarily as team. This is going to be able to hang with chelsea and city all season. They do have the talent in i. I think to take on any team in that top. Four or six win. Their attacks still firing shots independently far. This season and our parents have expected goals as well. It's whether they can win the injuries. Calm when champions league mid week and when their suspensions go through that kind of rough period and the wind up do they have the debt arsenal. This legendary club have been bad for a lot of years. Now let's just call it like it is. They've now started off losing two zero to brentford a club. That many fans have probably never heard of the big time for the first time in seventeen years the pudding thirty and then getting absolutely hammered by chelsea two zero team in genuine danger of getting relegated. Is there any hope on the horizon for arsenal. Probably going to be probably three teams worse than last year. I think it would be incredible. If they did get relegated. They probably just have too much quality to really think about that. But you have questions about when going for me the amount of money. They've spent this summer to not get obviously much better. Really perplexing asks have agreed a deal in principle with sheffield united goalkeeper in rahmael initial twenty four million pound in england international but that could potentially rise by another six billion pounds in don million on browns all leaper who might be able to challenge make sense song many q. The transfers decision ben white. The defender has moved from brighton to awesome for an undisclosed fee on a long term. Deal the undisclosed fee. We understand to be fifty million pounds and the long term is the big question. Mark is called right now and said all he comes on like he was an awesome player. He was also planning. He was a captain leader. And maybe this is the guy who's going to ten us round but what we've seen from mcconnell chauffeur suggests that he's anything poised to being up to the task of also manager has to realize i that That the position that we had in Is no where we want to be on. We should not accept it and just them trying to use the moment and the challenge ahead of us as an opportunity and gear on how to play like conscious doesn't necessarily translate into execution of that plan so this is a huge club with a massive budget. But yeah i just. I don't see the hope for them. They've got some aging players. Like obama hearing of nakazawa on big contracts extended some of the young talented call. Call your soccer meals. Make all those plans. But it's much more about that makes you scratch your head. And lastly add. We have a two sample size here which seems totally sufficient for making a prediction. So tell us. What does the table look like. Thirty six games from now when it all wraps up talked about i think city and chelsea probably separated by two to points who finishes top to come down injuries city in chelsea finished third fourth fifth places and really interesting one it might be and then needs to these people and i think the bottom three. You have to be knocking Norwich new costly gonna struggle again. Crystal palace wanted to go down. But it's going to be an uphill struggle to stay up if i haven't mentioned the team in the middle of title somewhere. Which means you at both. Thank you so much for breaking all this down for us. Absolutely the problem you you can find more. Ed malians premier li coverage at the athletic dot com from wondering the athletic. I'm under scelzo. Thanks for listening to hear more of the lead. You can follow us on amazon music. Spotify and apple podcasts. Or to listen to us on your alexa enabled device. Just say alexa. Play the lead podcast. Hi i'm lindsey graham. The host of wonder show american scandal. We bring to life. Some of the biggest controversies in. Us history presidential lies environmental disasters corporate fraud in our newest series. We look at an uprising. The captured the nation's attention the attica correctional facility was a notoriously brutal. 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"nakazawa" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"Host jennifer. This week we will be discussing for wonderful animates that i really enjoy watching. The first one is brand new to my viewing cleanser in other words. It just came on adult swim cartoon network and it's really a good series. The series is called bene- hired princess and it is an original japanese anime television series produced by production i g and directed by his zuta nakazawa. The series is a co-production between munshi role and adult swim. Which explains why couldn't find it online anywhere else. And i have to watch it on adult slim the series premiered in august twenty twenty one on both platforms before its broadcast independ- in october twenty. Twenty one wow it premieres here even before premieres in japan. That is impressive usually. It's the other way around the poster. So cute i love seeing the adorable little dog and all the characters are so cool basically. The synopsis of the series was published by crunchy roll. And this is phillip. Pirate princess tells the tale of a young orphan girl. Anna hauptmann living in a fantastic alternate history version of the eighteenth century. Bene- has been raised on an island where there is no hope of escaping the dark destiny forced upon her by her captors in other words an arranged marriage or the destiny of being basically a object for men yes it is during that time period when women had no say their lives i have always hated that time period anyway. Her captors basically want her to be used and discarded by the soldiers of the british empire. But finna is more than just another powerless orphan when her mysterious past comes knocking. Bene- will break the chains of her. Oppression irs her goal basically is to escape her captors forge a new identity and search for a place where she can truly belong and find out the mystery behind the key word eden. It's the story of the adventure of a lifetime. She and her crew of misfits and unlikely allies will have in pursuit of her goals. Yep and so a good series. I'm so glad i tried it. I am impressed with the artwork. The characters and also reminds me a lot of parts to caribbean. Probably because of the whole pirate thing but also because of the whole They're being a girl who wants to realize her destiny not to mention. I think that the pairing between china and her childhood friend is adorable. But i'll get more into that when i talk about the characters which is right now. Let's talk about the voice. Actors behind this great series so first character is of course been out men and she is played by asami seto and well vin is like our main character and she is well as i said before. She's an orphan but she's a strong independent woman. She had so many elaborate escape plans to try and escape the arranged marriage and it was just like so adorable to see her trying to come up with these different escape plans when none of them worked out like at all it was so cute..
"nakazawa" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo
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"nakazawa" Discussed on Was jetzt?
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"nakazawa" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"nakazawa" Discussed on Découvrir les Distilleries du Québec
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"nakazawa" Discussed on The Wrestling Radio by Arnob Chakraborty
"You could just say and other teams just say dot gals hall anderson came into the match continues to continuously and each and every match of controversy interfering maintaining in wolves that was maps like that an empty nakazawa was unexpected. He came heating. He wasn't really jon. Moss evolves talking to kenny omega challenging for the match. Everything after that came in two and amd nagasawa Started assaulting started hating john wassily using using using the peace bold and rituals tip to the camera egypt tito pepper and the main thing it was that and after that amta nagasawa tried to be empty. Narcos wait jon. Moxley fade and after that. I see that john. Monks lee and abby kingston was preplanned and advocates came to give aid to save john mossy and he successfully saved and after that. I see that advocate. Instant and jon moxley continuously salting empty nocco and john mccain eddie kingston plant that. He's trying to break empty knuckles lack and after the after the of happened. I see that kenny omega. Try to age empty knuckles. It's definitely failed after that. Kenny omega was also solitaire and kenny omega of his plan failed because due to the moxie eddie. Kingston mastermind plan. Apathy was completed successful. The main thing. It kenny omega jon. Moxley say that continents divorced talk don college that call. It was not interested for these taffy match and after that they're ready to break empty knuckles oil lack. Just say kenny omega cycles. And not to that. I see that walls. That after don call is great for this tactic match in aid of your blood and guts. And after that. I see that eddie kingston jon moxley finally defeated kenny omega. This time was on eight to many states. And the talking with the next match was with atoll solo and tala g will go and make komo on two and i see that two singles match. This is absolutely awesome. Caught called euros and killed him. Marshall del something a match with something english. I'm i'm talking that championship mets. I'm talking about two singles match but this singles match was absolutely curious about this..
"nakazawa" Discussed on The Bower Show Podcast
"I don't know what they were doing. It was strange it was strange. I thought you always hyped up. How good kenny omega wasn't promos. Because that was the greatest wrestlers in sports entertainers. You always put kiddie up there. In promos i always hear people say how great kenny isn't promos. And i'm like every time. I've heard of kenny omega poems. Like he's average i. I like kenny in the ring. I if i don't. I sound like a politician now. I don't i don't remember ever saying anything about his promos. I think at times he comes off a bit awkward. I think he'll omega can come off very awkward at times and strange. I've dug this addition of kenny omega but entering wise i i think he is the best entering performer. I mean this goes back to our ongoing discussion really for this entire year. Thus far where we look at like roman reigns vs kenny omega. It's at two horse race. Currently for wrestler of the year award. I would say is the best role rounded top star right now. And that's gonna drive people bananas even say that. But when you look at romans promos right now. Versus kenny omega. It's not even close like omegas more. Like on the bobby lashley level. Yeah can and as as of candy. Like bobby. He need that guy out there. Whether it's callous. Or it'd be yeah. The kind of help guide him where he's goes promo and kind of cut if all weddings going a little bit log it the whole budweiser so is like i haven't been as indepth into a last few weeks. Is this michael. That was his daily. Michael beck and nakazawa Is that bin is giving for a few weeks is that is that a thing now. I didn't know that have older was thing. Yeah i I don't watch being the elite Unfortunately and i think a lot of that stuff with him and brandon cutler right now dates back to those web shows and these characters portraying on. Aew dynamite right now. They're kind of like the latkes goons of the elite Squad of the young boxing. Kenny omega but i think that is showcased more on being in the league each week so i really can't comment on that. I like nakazawa. I liked blake when he was doing the the baby. Oil stuff in the beginning of aew. And then he's basically disappeared probably wrestling on on a dark which is another show. I unfortunately don't watch If if you're a listener to the podcast and you've been watching being the elite. Let us know if this is like subvention carrying over on on bt or the last couple of weeks but again if you're not following that and your regular watcher ray w dynamite like dr trey and i are Kind it can be a little bit confusing as as to how this character. Directional change Took place Seeking of that belt holder. Michael nakazawa de current impact wrestling world. Champion as well. Kenny omega We've been talking at length that we felt like the impact. Eight of relationship hasn't been working and we may be proven wrong about that. Because according to wrestling inc rebellion was reportedly the most successful impact pay per view in several years It appears to have been according to the center newsletter based on early data it's estimated that rebellion drew round nine thousand three hundred tv pay per views as early in the week. There is no data to make an estimation on streaming numbers But it's believed to be around a large number that the ninety three hundred that tv pay per view drew actual by some streaming providers are not available yet But it looks like that..
"nakazawa" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Other news this morning here on a FN a Chattanooga public library employees been placed on leave after he was accused of burning library books. My conservative authors and the Chattanooga Times Free Press reports, an instagram video showed Cameron Williams burning books by Ann Coulter and President Trump. Spokesperson says Williams has been placed on administrative leave for five business days while the library investigates Williams didn't answer any questions. He did say he didn't break any library rules. He previously helped organize protests against police brutality and faces charges of disorderly conduct and blocking a highway stemming from To July. The demonstrations. Also why another news this morning here on a FN Japanese officials as Japanese space officials, I should say, See, they're excited about the return of a capsule that safely landed in Australian Outback on Sunday while carrying soil samples from a Distant asteroid. That's so they can start analyzing what they say are treasures inside the capsules that delivery by the high Abbasid two spacecraft completes its six years sample return mission and opens the door for research into finding clues to the origin of the solar system. Life on Earth. Satori Nakazawa, Project sub manager says the capsule will be packed in a container assumes its preliminary treatment at an Australian lab is finished and it will be brought back to Japan. This week. How exciting Also exciting. A 15 year old Colorado high school student and young scientist has been named Time magazine's first ever kid of the year. Gitanjali Rao has used artificial intelligence and created APS to tackle contaminated drinking water, cyberbullying, opioid addiction and Other social problems. Rounds of sophomore at stem school in Highlands Ranch in suburban Denver and was selected from more than 5000. Nominees in the process culminated with a finalist committee of Children Time for Kids, reporters and a comedian known as Trevor Noah. Time says that wanted to recognize the rising leaders of America's youngest generation in announcing the award pretty cool. And Buddy, the health has come to life. The story has anyway just in time for the holidays. Doug Henning, of Eliot, Maine, were a costume toe look like Will Ferrell in the movie Elf while meeting his father face to face for the first time last.
"nakazawa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Five six six spurs in says a Bucci Naito or both thirty seven Senate. NATO has held the belt winners of Bush's time. If not now it could be June first off. He doesn't look thirty seven. And let's twenty seven so it doesn't matter it was he falls apart and according to him it feels great yes so yeah token win this weekend and a boo. She can beat him in June. Or whenever it's it's not the end of the world if he doesn't win no no and now is the time for ally tonight and the people have been saying it for NATO for the past couple of years and yeah just physically. I'll say this too. It's not like Bush's any great shakes. Yes but he's also not night. Though in just the way the arcs of their career throw their ages out the window just with the arts of their story new Japan where they're at right now. I would say it's more night those Ios time than anybody else's there all right so this person says. Are you telling me that the year the game to k twenty was titled After cannot be played in that year ear to k twenty could be played into Kate. Nineteen but not to k twenty yes. That's what happened in fact that was one of the quick fixes. At first. They said which was. Go back and set your time or back acting to the last year the fix it. Is there a Kushida character. Person says there were some odd you issue on aws. Mostly the music was too loud in the Mikes were not loud enough. I didn't notice any Baker segment. That was horrible. That was terrible. which is in there? Yelling at Rio was awkward. Awkward backstage was supposed to be awkward. She Watch Inter he interrupted an interview segment. Oh so bad but it was everything about. It was awkward. Rios Reaction Knock because I was saying he was discovered by the way look at Nakazawa standing there backing what happened to that guy. That's never even thought about damn right. Poppy up Michael Nakazawa. He just disappeared into thin air. Maybe talk to even get him. Nakazawa got the ability just to disappear now at this point but yeah so that happened in the bumper music was played up over that it happened at least one other time in his wall to wasn't as bad as it's been in prior weeks but in a bad segment worse expresses. I can't fathom anybody carrying tonight smackdown due to wrestle kingdom I myself I'm taking can a break before the two nights well. You'll be surprised on Monday when we get the numbers. Actually tomorrow in it'll be two point four million people watching that smackdown for wrestle Cardamon. I gotta be honest so probably will probably won't be talking about on Sunday either. Why I'm talking about all of this tonight? I bet you you are for says. Maybe if Code Bucci wins the world title title Anton How she loses Kodak and challenged Jericho to determine the real world champion. I wouldn't expect that to happen buddy. Don't get your hopes up for that one although. Oh you know what Brian that could be a bold prediction. Working People actually give bold prediction safe. Who wanted him to well? The prediction show. Everybody is going to be on Monday on Mondays. Wrestling Observer live it will be the prediction. Show we'll talk all about wrestle kingdom in new Japan on Sundays Observer live so that's at three Pacific Six Eastern on Sunday. So we'll give you the full rundown their of everything and I'm sure there's going to be a million shows on the website talked about the Tokyo Dome. Monday is going to be the big prediction. Show Day you can call the sports. byline you get one prediction..
"nakazawa" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Available for free intimate. What is finer fest? I got I got or last year. Kenny, omega put on a show that he felt really strongly about doing and it came out and did some really awesome things and had I believe, close twenty thousand viewers may eighteen twenty thousand viewers on twitch live on the same night. I believe this same. Weekend or same night, as a ring of honor, pay per view that I was also watching head to head the head Cody and the young bucks on it so against competition. And without those guys on his own show to boot Kenny went out and put together a roster of wrestlers from new Japan and domestically and did a show. And I think he drew twenty five hundred people and had some interest on twitch without a lot of promotion behind the show or without a cohesive, wrestling company, so to speak promoting, because it was technically not like a regular new Japan show, and it wasn't like promoted heavily by new Japan or anything he wanted to do this. Why had three shows I felt really strongly about doing going in from the very beginning even back to last year. That I really wanted to do double or nothing Memorial Day weekend. We didn't necessarily have name for it right off the bat. But get that came up pretty quick with guys with, you know, the owned bucks, and Cody and, and Kenny, we wanted to do all out obviously go back to where the guys had been really successful with all in. But to me, another show that was really important as the show get to with fight for the fallen in a minute. But with fighter it was something that was. Important Kenny, and we all wanted to support Kenny, and in doing so we've crafted the story line of the fighter fest that is, like, so captivating. And everybody had ideas contributed, but essentially, it came from me, trying to figure out a w how to support this show that Kenny is a passion project for him because what it is today. You know, my long winded answer to great question, what fighter fest is, is. It's a rustling in gaming festival. A combination of the best of wrestling, and some of the best of fighting gaming and I'm not an expert on the world of fighting games or gaming. And Kenny is top gamer, and like a top person in that world that made a major investment into that world. And I've got some major investments in the world of, of gaming. Certainly I'm not nearly as knowledgeable in the field as Kenny is nor are a lot of wrestling fans and we're offering the show free and report live, and it's going to be very different from double or nothing in a lot of ways, there's going to be gaming fans that have never seen a wrestling show. And there's going to be wrestling fans that have never picked up a video game. And there's gonna be some. Things that people might not understand on both sides. But I think there's going to be a lot of great wrestling, especially once we hit the Bleacher report segment of it. The there's going to be an hour pre show on YouTube with some cool stuff and KENNY'S. Got some fun stuff planned. There's a hardcore match with the celebrity promoter of the gaming event. Mike. A Alex Jebali against Michael Nakazawa, that's going to be a hardcore match, and that might not be, you know, at the technical level of a young bucks versus lube broS necessarily. But once we get into the Bleacher report live car, you're going to see some of the best workers in the world. With Jon Moxley debut against Joey Genoa, two of the most bad ass wrestlers in the world. And then when you get, I think Kenny is really excited about the six tag. He's got planned against the Luce brothers and a mystery partner with Kenny and the young bucks teaming up the original elite, and we have so many exciting things up plan for the card, so fighter fest is available on Bleacher report live. If it's your first time watching eighty w you're going to see. Some things..
"nakazawa" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"To be available for free intimate finer fest. I got I got or last year. Kenny, omega put on a show that he felt really strongly about doing and it came out and did some really awesome things and add, I believe close to twenty thousand viewers may eighteen twenty thousand viewers on twitch live on the same night. I believe this same. We. Weekend or same night, as a ring of honor, pay per view, that I was also watching head to head the head Cody and the young bucks on it so against competition and without those guys on his own show to boot, you know, Kenny went out and put together a roster of wrestlers from new Japan and domestically and did a show. And I think he drew twenty five hundred people and had some interest on twitch without a lot of promotion behind the show or without a cohesive, rustling company. So to speak, promoting ain't because it was technically not like a regular new Japan show, and it wasn't like promoted heavily by new Japan or anything he wanted to do this. Why had three shows I felt really strongly about doing going in the very beginning even back to last year. That I really wanted to do double or nothing Memorial Day weekend. We didn't necessarily have a name for it right off the bat, but get that came out pretty quick with the guys with, you know, the owned bucks, and Cody and Kenny, we wanted to do all out. Obviously go back to where the guys had been really successful with all in. But to me, another show that was really important as the show will get to with fight for the fallen in a minute. But with fighter it was something that was in. Portent Kenny, and we all wanted to support Kenny, and in doing so we crafted the story line of the fighter fast that is, like, so captivating. And everybody had ideas contributed, but essentially, it came from me trying to figure out a w how to support this show that Kenny, it's a passion project for him because what it is today. You know, my long winded answer to your question, what fighter fest is, is. It's a rustling in gaming festival. Combination of the best of wrestling, and some of the best of fighting gaming and I'm not an expert on the world of fighting games or gaming. And Kenny is top gamer, and, like top person in that role that made a major investment into that world. And I've got some major investments in the world of, of gaming. Certainly I'm not nearly as knowledgeable in the field. Kenny is nor are a lot of wrestling fans. And we're offering this show free on which report live, and it's going to be very different from double, or nothing. And a lot of ways there's going to be gaming fans that have never seen a wrestling show. And there's going to be wrestling fans that have never picked up a video game. And there's gonna be some. Things that people might not understand on both sides. But I think there's going to be a lot of great wrestling, especially once we hit the Bleacher report segment of it. The the there's going to be an hour, pre show on YouTube with some cool stuff and KENNY'S. Got some fun stuff planned. And there's a hardcore match with the celebrity promoter of the gaming event. Mike. A Alex Jebali against Michael Nakazawa, that's going to be a hardcore match, and that might not be at the technical level of a young bucks versus Lucho broS necessarily. But once we get into the Bleacher report, live card, you're going to see some of the best workers in the world. He Jon Moxley debut against Joey Genoa two of the most bad ass wrestlers in the world. And then when you get, I think Kenny is really excited about the six man tag. He's got planned against the Luce brothers and a mystery partner with Kenny and the young bucks teaming up the original elite, and we have so many exciting things up plan for the card..
"nakazawa" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"I mean the best. You know, what this is it? You went bad water one day brother, and what's funny about that? I'm not two thousand nineteen I'm in the best shape. My love I must have a winner fucking race. But that was my mentality chore, and that's the one thing that kept me going and saying, okay, that's rich out there stretch out a stretch ever, given bad water one day one day the rate that fucking indeed you raise debt, you couldn't even fuck and finish. At the end of man, I've done three of them. I finished three of them. That's the fucking mentality from the sewer mentality. Is you have to fuck and have man like when you're knocked down. You got to be that motherfucker who whoever knocks you down. They gotta be afraid. They knock you the fuck down like. Oh, man. This thing can Inc. Made a mistake made a mistake Nakazawa for down because he's going to come back. He's gonna come back that had to be the way you look at life. I may not win Barry. I don't give a fuck about that. Is that mentality? Is that mentality of if you knocked me the fuck down you're going to say to yourself. I shouldn't have done that too. That motherfucker that's the mentality. That keeps you in the fight. That's all it's about man. This is that the concept of taking souls. That's right. I love that concepts. I think some people might look at that and say that's a negative way to look at it or you shouldn't wanna win at the expense of other people. I think that's what people naturally say, right? But as I was going through this concept and really trying to understand what you're saying. Like, not true. The no, that's I mean, this is this is powerful isn't imaginary game, right? As an imaginary game that you're playing with yourself, and your darkest moment, you're utilizing people they don't know that you do. Allies in them. Right. And you're not physically manipulating knoll or sabotage. That's not what we're taught at all. And like talk about taking so's I invented that. And one of the worst times going through navy seal training. So it was Wednesday. And I talked about in the book. I'm sure you know about it. But people don't know about it. I'm visit taking solos because my soul was being taken for me. I felt the energy being drained from everybody in my boat crew. We had six guys Maboque Innogy being drained is Wednesday. Now wisday so he'll be stars on Sunday ends on Friday and through rumor mill they all tell you on wisdom, and you're fucked up you're just destroy not being through three these mother fuckers mass. I knew that's the case. But that's the case because through the years that was just a pass down. Sure. So you start to create someone else's fucking mentality self affiliate profits. That's right. You say my fucking I'm with Tom, dick. And Joe told me I'm fif-. What they said. So now you start to feel that way you ought to feed in shit. So go with to my second Hellwig, I'm realizing oh, man. Joe told me this shit. It always limit. Oh, wait Gog is motherfucker towing. So this I talked to myself man, I'm like Joey God motherfucker. So we could do now your book who's all fucked up hiking fired up. So I'm looking at the instructors on the beach, and they're all fucking they eight hour shifts the instructors, eight hours they come in. They go there three shifts there all fresh, and they're all children. Our markers is nice and code out there. They get nice jackets. We're all wet miserable. Sandy and fucked up. They got a Cup of coffee in it looking at us. This Jack Cameron MIT's motherfucker taking joy in this shipment. I would take joy in it. Also know that these guys these instructors are looking at all of us Deutz, and they're reminiscing back to when they were us or it how fucking miserable. This time is for them. There's like I would never want to do that. There's power net this power, no one to human mind. So I'm like, okay. As you that I'm gonna do get inside your mother fucking heads. Right. They don't know what I'm doing. So I get my boat crew of five other guys me making six guys, and the whole evolution now is all you gotta do is just lift your over your head six guys. But by this time of year all week and your fragile boats. Coming down downs, easy, right? Yeah. Sounds these a wisday not getting any sleep.
"nakazawa" Discussed on Talking Practice
"Okay well you know one is. You're kind of retreading. So if you're mature professional national doing retreading waste of time may make you a few extra bucks but what are you doing. You always have to be in a way and find the frontier of your own life as a professional and the definition of that frontier is not always clear to practitioner who's always besieged by a million kind of requests and demands and everything from clients and jobs and all that so part of my job is to help my client identify that frontier so that they can be on it right but it seems to me the difference between. Let's say a formalized role in which you or advising someone versus the mentorship role is that you do have a stake as a mentor. You do have a stake in your men tease outcome Outcome and everything from an intellectual stake in it a legacy stake in it in there there could be many reasons why one would take on men T or or why a meant. He seeks a mentor which is quite different than the roles that you've played informal consultancy relationships but in every case it's because you value the person the practice whatever so in the case of a practice it's not just the individuals. It's what they do in the case of individuals individuals as mentors. It's because you think that there's something meritorious about them that merits that that investment in their development even more fully not just along a narrow line and I think the difference between someone who's a coach and the mentor is holding that person accountable notable too much more than a narrow band of outcome right. That's right whereas coach. Who just trying to get him to do something specific right so I mean? I've played all these different roles. I've been coach. Were just trying to win job or something but I think mentorship you're looking at the whole human being and and you kind of gravitate toward each other because you see in another person something meritorious or admirable and it's not a way way of you living vicariously through someone else that's really being a bad mentor. You also realize as a mentor. I think that if you don't do it that maybe what you value in life will disappear from the world right so part of that is also a calculation. Asian that if you don't help others what you value in life might not be there in the next generation and you don't want that to happen. Sure Yeah I also think that Many of my most favourite mentors were those who were invested enough in the relationship. Also that we could disagree with one another. It's still respect act and hold each other dear beyond any particular kind of disagreement so there's a longevity to the relationship that is very unique you know if you disagree With fire them an employee or supervisor. You just separate ways but it's quite different with the mentorship. It's a lifelong relationship. And I've been fortunate of having good coaches good mentors. I think that anyone who has a good mentor is very lucky. And how would you say an architect tech develops that today Being open and being curious. I mean you're neither open nor curious. That's it it probably won't discover a mentor. You may not discover a lot of other things too. But I think it's the ability to be to engage other people with that openness and curiosity. It's a form of discovery. Every right a lot of it starts with someone just coming to you with a lot questions. Like what about this. And then they start telling you about their life and about why this is important to them so then you find motive and you find what's underneath all of this and that's when this thing starts to write this might seem to those listening a a very strange conversation for our practice platform to take on but I think it really is very interesting particularly because again. It's this unspoken condition that lies behind kind many practices that are quite successful. They have found mentors practitioners and they've figured out ways in which to leverage that kind of advice which which is life advice often in addition to being practical advice. So I think it's it's particularly interesting to hear your take on it. Given the consultancy roles roles and advisory roles you've had for so many practices in the future there may be practices that base their entire existence and business model on on the development of Algorithms and the element of human relationship capital in terms of how that plays into the thinking maybe vastly different the group of clients that I serve but the client base that I serve value social capital very highly and so I think without exception all of my clients clients believe that design is a human enterprise. It's a human centered enterprise and therefore it's important that at the core of it is that relationship relationship with others night and that's very powerful. I'm going to ask you something that I think. A lot of people want to know about but they don't want to ask you. Okay Okay we wanna hear some secret stories. Tell us something that we wouldn't be able to hear in a lecture from you or I'm curious about for example. You know again the fact that you are involved in such diverse groups serving on the board of mass designed group to something else like Omay and you know all the firms in between between I mentioned snow head to earlier. Maybe you can't divulge but could you tell us something about a challenge that a practice having and how they're overcoming it or just to get a kind kind of inside scoop on their fluctuation of that might be typified in some things that we see today. Maybe thought a specific practice. Maybe it's something that you're seeing more. Generally or I think practices come to their different struggles. That happen at different times. So I've told my class over and over again you know. stereotypically practices go through crisis points. The first the third this fifth the seventh the fifteen th and the twenty fifth years and then then a lot of them grow through the crisis at about one hundred years so it more or less tracks human experience. There are a lot of people who just are itching to get into practice so they do it except they had no business doing it because they were not prepared so at the end of the first year they find themselves in debt they he did the wrong things. They rented an office and printed business cards and didn't think they needed any clients or something like that right or they did a dorm edition and that wasn't sufficient to so that's a no brainer. Then there are people who have beginner's luck and managed to snag a few things and and go along and do things and then by the third year there Oughta because they actually didn't know how to continue to attract and acquire opportunities and so then the crisis is that you did a good job on your first commissions and then you forgot that actually actually you needed to have continuity. Is that fear that third your third year okay. Then the fifth year actually you have to move out of your garage and you have to start making major investments if you are successful you can't work out of your apartment anymore right and you have to actually start making real investments like you have to put down one hundred thousand dollars for a real infrastructure cetera et Cetera and normally at that point number of other people that you didn't expect to appear start having to appear Devon accountant all that stuff and they're unable to manage your affairs that shows up in a negative way on the positive side of it at that point. You're probably pretty good at doing work. And you're starting to learn how to manage your client based CETERA and the seventh year. I call it the founders trap. which is that if you're doing great? You're almost dying because the the only one who has any authority are the founders and so any problem that happens in your firm. It's got your name on it right and too many problems and you haven't been able to delegate or find someone to delegate them to and therefore it's a the founders trap I call up being caught in the propeller which is the overlap between representation and production and the enterprise functions of how you keep things infrastructurally surely going accounting. Hr All that. The founders are caught in the overlaps of all those domains. Because they're the only ones with any authority to actually cause things to happen at that point. If you don't understand how to structure your practice you'll live in chaos than year fifteen your practice is mature. It's crystallized you own your own face as a practice and at that point if you aren't able to reinvent yourself and fifteen years. The market's changed. The basis of practices changed if you were coasting along doing retreads reds for the last five years you won't make it and at that point alive of merger do other things and then there's twenty five years in one hundred years but most people who are listening sending those podcast aren't worried about twenty five. But you get the idea there canonical kind of issues of growth and development that afflict flicked people who found practices. This is pretty standard and I get phone calls at each of these disjuncture you know. And there's certain people all I can help and certain people I can't. Why are there certain people? You can't what is it that that distinguishes that group because they don't get it because they can't get it and they don't have the talent I see. They can't find ways for example to get out of the propeller or they don't have the talent that's worth saving the enterprise and maybe they get absorbed by another project. Go work for someone else. It'd be a principal with another firm dumb around with it. It's too much trouble staying right. What you find is that in many cases it's not a lack lack of talent? It's really just a lack of insight into how to organize your affairs properly right. That's very interesting. So it's Kinda like massive executive functioning issues and I think a lot of designer whereas a badge of honor that they're always on the verge of bankruptcy but I mean that's no no way to live in the world and actually I can honestly say that the best designers I work with are also decent business people not good managers necessarily really right there good leaders and they have good business instincts. They may not be able to manage things they need other people to help them manage the enterprise but as a leadership leadership function. They're not naive. They certainly know how to deal with difficult interpersonal and political situations. They know how to strike a deal. All right they know how to bargain. They know it in negotiating and so these kind of core skills that particularly with designers if a designer oh has those skills it's dynamite because actually they're the ones who can make things move right right. That's that's right. Well I wanNA thank thank you so much for joining us today to talk to us about practice from your perspective you know again. It's one of so broad and so fascinating you've seen so many different types of practice and you've been able to really think through for example even the milestones of practice which I think really quite interesting because there's no textbook on practice and yet from your vantage point. Uc All different ways in which practices have emerged and what makes them successful. And why and I think that this is an important part of how not only what we teach but how we might learn from this kind of great body of knowledge that you have. So we're really lucky to have you as part of our faculty not just grateful that you could spend time with US thank you thank you.
"nakazawa" Discussed on Talking Practice
"School Design. This is talking practice. A series asking asking renowned designers to provide an inside glimpse into what they do why and how they do it exposing the ways in which their design imagination is articulated through practice. I'm grace law professor architecture and chair of the practice platform. Thank you for listening Today we have with US Paul Nakazawa who works internationally as a consultant and advisor to private and public companies institutions and governments. He's he's experiencing. Compasses the field of strategy and leadership development finance and investments operations management organizational structure and Development Governance Marketing Marketing and business development. Large scale project acquisition and mobilization so many areas that are so important to design practice and so we felt. It was really important important to do this. PODCAST with you to learn a little bit more about the way in which you in particular practice is actually in some ways outside of design but very much inside design so so I think it's a really relevant kind of conversation so first of all. Welcome Paul Thank you. You have run one of the longest practice courses ever taught at the. GST S. T. it's legendary. It's called frameworks of practice. And it's been running for more than twenty years. Can you tell us a little bit more about that and how it started and you're rolling it. Sure the story begins gins when I was a student at the GST from nineteen seventy five to nineteen seventy nine. At that time I was the TA for John Seiler who was a professor in practice at the GST for many years. And when John Retired. I'd been kind of midway through my career and I received a call one day from or his Silvetti who said inform me that John had retired and that he was looking for someone a to replace him in terms of getting a course together for practice and I said yes. Of course I mean I never thought about teaching but Horses said that's great because you have six weeks already and so we were often running and I had to scramble for six weeks to figure out what to do and the first year that it was given I think it was seventy five or eighty students and then the next year one one hundred two or something like that so at the beginning it was a large lecture course and later on it was transformed into a seminar so today it's a seminar with about twenty five students students and at this moment in time had you actually started your consultant practice because I just for our audience. I think is very interesting to note that you previously served as a managing managing principal for multidisciplinary design practices in various cities New York Chicago Boston Charlotte but as a founding member of ammo the research and development arm of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture. It's so interesting. How your practice evolved and of course now you serve as chairman of head has advisory board in New York for example a director? Your Mass Design Group here in Boston so your type of practice. Did it run parallel to the development of the course. or how did that work. It was a mid career change. Actually actually the last job that I had was really as managing principal. Moshe Safdie practice in Boston and it was. I WANNA say early nineties and at that point the office had missed the recession but then through a series of things we'd lost a lot of work but it seemed that it was a good idea actually to consider that because the officer shrunk having a managing principal didn't make much sense because there was not that much to manage this is not the case now because softies recovered his as robust as ever as a practice but it was a period of searching for what I did best and I think I realized that I had held a lot of different positions in firms with official titles. But actually that's not why people hired me so I realized there were a whole bunch of things I was was okay at and there were a few things that was pretty good at and so I went down the consulting route initially with two other people. One of whom worked for me in New York and another one Actually who was the recruiter who recruited me to softies practice as managing principal and then we formed an alliance where we developed a body of work together over ten years. Where were I did? The managerial peace march ended the human resources peace and Nancy which was the third person and it did marketing and business development so in that role is that how you then began to advise close relationships with some of the most powerful and influential architecture practices around around the globe and many would say that Even the principles of those firms have said in the past publicly. Oh well my practice wouldn't be what it is today if it hadn't been for Paul Hannukah's our so tell us about that. How did that happen? it actually started. When I was a student I just think that one of the aspects of education at the GST eh both back then? And I think probably now is that you come into contact very early in your education with people are highly accomplished in their fields and so oh in the educational environment try to minimize the social political and economic divisions that might otherwise be present in the outside world. You learn how to talk to each other but you've been specifically able to advise some of these. He's part of what I'm saying. Is that symmetry of being able to have a conversation with someone like that starts very young and I always tell my students you know. Your education includes the development of social capital. It starts now doesn't start later and so learning how to communicate with others an genuine way the so important to educational mission so I think that's a fascinating topic because in our day and age would say that most students may graduate students today of the millennial generation are perhaps more transactional than ever and this idea of building. Social Networks and capital but through authentic relationships is still at the core of what you believe believe we should be doing in terms of the discipline. It's hard to explain to someone who isn't in the field or I don't have a lot of experience but our field still is fairly small. All even in global terms and so personal relationships mean a lot in the sense that allows you the trust that you need to communicate with each other and the ease of being able to understand who the other person is and their own kind of personal integrity and where they come from and it helps with the collaborative process. I mean trust is a big part of what we do and part of it is being able to be comfortable with the other people that were collaborating with. That's right and would you say that in some ways that's the kind of foundational ethic which stands the test of time as opposed to the way in which the profession freshen has to always embrace change. Because you've said in past lectures that you know with the architecture. Profession must figure out ways to embrace change in order to survive. Maybe maybe you can tell us a little bit more about your views on that okay. So with regard to relationships and social capital that doesn't change a feature of practice and as a matter in fact because we require more and more different disciplines to do our work the teams and everything. Just keep getting bigger and bigger so if you can't get along and a team format you really aren't going to make much of an impact in this profession and with regard to adoption adapting to changing circumstances in in the world that's a big subject because I think there was a time when things were a bit more stable in the external environment and there were different set of conditions and people in charge of the enterprise. Basically I think if you look at architecture as a cultural enterprise and not as a business. The cultural enterprise survives actually all sorts of different attacks on the organism and one of the things that's impressive passive about our resilience as practitioners as a discipline in his practice. Is this ability to have strong cultural troll basis for what is is we do and if you think about culture in general the real problem of the last. I don't know how many years was actually actually the substitution of cultures that driver of projects and putting money in the center of it so neo liberalism put really finance and Economics in the middle of as a driver of progress but money produces more money but it doesn't produce other benefits. Culture produces much more even and benefit to a number of diverse stakeholders so culture. Hopefully if you have a healthy one tends to be more inclusive tends to distribute benefit more evenly okay and naturally right which would include environment does not people so over time. From the time I started my consulting until now I've gone from being kind of a traditional management consultant looking at project budgets schedule organizational structures. And all that to looking and examining coming practices as cultural projects that are unique in the sense that the people that constitute those projects are are not interchangeable and have very specific outlooks on the world and have very specific opinions. And that's where the the differences between practices becomes interesting. Because I think that then if you look at it that way competition per se is kind of a figment demint of your imagination. If you're not competing on services and price but you're competing on cultural project it's not really a head to head competition it's Actually what's the best fit. How do you frame up the problems and the things that you're going to address and who can do that? Best for any given an opportunity. That's a fascinating way to look at it because it seems that most architects particularly emerging practices are perhaps not self actualized enough to realize their own value in terms of their specific contribution to cultural production. Perhaps one could say that they don't. I know what it is yet. So do you find that practices will come to you to help them form that or help them to realize that and to to solidify that as the driver behind let's say their mission or the way in which they might work I would love to hear an example of the way in which this has played out in an actual all scenario if you are able to share with us while if if you look at any of the major architects right now and if you go back to the nineteen seventies When many of these people were forming up their practices right most of them founded them with assumption that they were cultural players and it wasn't wasn't really a business most of them didn't even think it was art right? Hopefully but it was a human enterprise. I think the reason that I'm actually able to advise them is that I bring managerial and business skills to a cultural project but I get that. It's a cultural project. I'm not a business project right. So if you look at a firm like Omay in the mid nineties I mean it was forming its ideas. It had some organization on business business issues which need to be solved. But the essential lack wasn't the drive to do certain things creatively or wasn't deficiency intellectually early or anything like that. It's just. They needed to know how to organize themselves. And how to operate in a certain way in order to develop their ideas most effectively so my contribution to that was solving some of those economic issues that underlie but it really wasn't about the talent that happened on its own and it was liberated by the fact that they weren't broke. They had the resources to liberate their creativity creativity Timothy but it's how I hope firms actually understanding that cultural project fully and then it has a lot of manifestations of who do you hire. How do you grow business? Yeah that's right and some of those practices you bring up as an example. But they've gotten so large or they're growing or maybe they're in the process of potentially quite rapid growth so then the question becomes. How do we maintain the kind of authority voice voice of the cultural project when they're becomes built in pressure to feed the monster that is growing and growing and growing because we actually are seeing right now a number of practices that have been very successful in articulating their cultural project? And they're getting so much work which is great. They're successful but they're kind of on the precipice Hissen we wonder how are they going to lose it. Are they going to start doing really bad buildings because there have to kick them out so fast and so what is the advice on firms that are at that precipice I suppose were in a really interesting moment of change and have to go back and describe how the world to me has changed inch that allows an organism that was unthinkable in the nineties. Why that it's a thinkable organization? Now so if you look in the nineteen seventies or sixty s government actually hold a lot of authority. It had the money it built a lot of buildings in the United States states. I believe it accounted for at least fifty percent of non-residential vertical construction right. We had a bureaucracy that managing cities could build parks managed them mm-hmm maintain them and it was pre privatization of cities. If you look at things fast forward now governments may still have convening power. But they're mostly bankrupt are always begging for money looking for money we have public private partnerships. We rely a lot on non-government players there's in order to provide and sustain the city and so the locus of authority overbuilding and decision making his changed and so u U. S. The process of acquiring work and doing work what's at stake for whom and how they measure risk has changed. Salat if you WANNA look at the complexion of practice. One of the major adaptations is. WHO's driving the bus on urbanization and other issues? He's then Lo and behold you find that major corporations private equity private sources of capital..
"nakazawa" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
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"nakazawa" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"Although that's what he's known for and right now the teams that i've seen that are currently trying to get him or the red sox the giants mccardinal the dodgers philly and a summit san diego might be a possibility but i doubt that so i'm just going to run through each team in talk about why he'd be yeah pretty much talk about why he'd be good there or why he would even go there so it started off with st louis uh it was reported i think a couple of days ago that he was gonna he didn't want to go to st louis really can't believe all these reports are nakazawa talked about that he didn't want to go to boston either but it turns out that let's not completely true he just prefers to play in california because that's where he's from but i ask let's get in st louis first be a good fit st louis because if he's there they're winner again let me double check the record from last season but yeah if he goes there anyone who gets dan is going to be playing extremely well that's just a big bat right there a cardinals are misin about like that they really have in um they haven't had like that scary hitters since they lost pools to the angels ieli just they've been meeting that one big bad and i feel that um if stand goes there then he's gonna he's gonna produce big time for them like i said are they finished a eighty three and seventy nine the season so not really where you wanna be but it's over five hundred for them let's see they finished behind milwaukee and the chicago cubs right now the cubs are going to be the top of that.