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"oleary" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:22 min | 3 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"See live people what. He's basically saying. Winston haley joel winston. Use that good morning football. Go forward Before i let you go mcconnell. Hey for this week. dynamite right. Dynamite revenue shows up. Exactly like you want he. He's got literally has a glass of wild turkey. He's lean back. He's got long hair and he plays the hits he he's gonna talk all about how he got the role and the time to you. Know how he got dazed confused. He has a passionate take that he refuses the where the odorant and he will make. You believe that is the right move to do Unbelievable takes on the mckanna sense and how we went from rom coms to true detective in dallas buyers. Club just awesome. We played bongos. We literally played bongos and drank whisky. It was the most fun i've ever had in my life. That's again that's dropping today on on ringer and spotify every single wednesday. A by the way i was just going back in my brain just to bring this full circle It was an owen. Ten raiders team. That beat a seven six four seven in three chiefs team in two thousand fourteen. That was the birth of latavius. Murray for the for the raiders. He ran for damn near two hundred yards against him when he was on. The raiders. at happens the raiders and chiefs crazy things happen for the writers who chases the great one rich. I'm with you too. Thanks for the call. Count get some pizza place. I got it today and they think that it would stop the train. That's about to come but it's trains off. I know you have a special guest coming up. I cannot wait. i'll be listening. Thanks cow appreciate all brandt. Good morning football every single day at seven eastern time. He add blake. Shelton on yester- blake's diehard cardinals. And he loves good morning football. It's great it's just great to see a tent pole show on nfl network every single day every single morning. Seventy m eastern time all right. Let's take a break about from an old friend about to hear from an old friend who i reached out to for help. And how do i handle. How do i handle the whole pizza. Pay no mindless thing yesterday. I know i've got pizzas now. But i didn't when i called this guy up. He's can help us. I'll bring him up to speed. That's next on the rich eisen. Show a nice surprise for everybody now. There are more ways to be a team with. Microsoft teams bring everyone.

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"oleary" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:19 min | 3 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Which is what was happening before he became a dallas cowboy. I mean i've seen them in person you know. I i've seen games with the raiders. Did in fact. I believe if i'm not mistaken. They did win a thursday night football game when they were winless against the kansas city chiefs. Who came in. I've seen these things in person. So i i know you can throw records out but to me to me sunday. Night has the possibility of of a of a crowning in a way of the running back in this league who nobody really talks about. And it's josh jacobs jacobs arrives with intent. I think he. When i first saw him start running and gingerly mentioned this because whenever i evaluate and do comps mike always gives me that evil eye. Because that's not my lane but to me. He looks like zeke. He's got zeke ability. He's big he's strong. He gets stronger in the fourth quarter. He wants it in the fourth quarter and and he's also the way that car doesn't wing it around forty times I'm looking to see him on sunday night. That's what i'm looking to see. I am through. It's the running back. Position is my favorite. One and josh jacobs is fantastic if anybody wants to look at him and want to see what he's all about and pull up the tape. It's a couple of weeks ago. And it's raiders browns at cleveland. A one o'clock kick-off it's totally off the radar. No one wants this game. Because i was really low. Storms sixteen to six the raiders. The raiders win Josh jacobs was over thirty carries which is something of an anachronism. You don't see that anymore. And they just decided. It's wendy is how we're not gonna throw it and i don't think they can stop jacobs and to your point. It's everything that you want from the combine from the game tape. It's the shoulder is lowered. Its finishing runs. He doesn't run out of bounds. He's mean he's good and when we start saying well. It's the top running backs in league chimeras. Amazing derrick. henry is amazing. You know christian mccaffrey's kinda her like josh. Jacobs is nowhere in that conversation. If they beat the chiefs with him with the chiefs coming off a bye. Josh jacobs is a superstar. And i feel like jon. Gruden is the face of this year. I'm so excited for comp rant here on the rich eisen show. Drew brees is going to be out for. I mean look. i know. we're hearing two three weeks. He's a forty one year old man with a of a partially punctured lung and and bruised ribs It's it's jameson. Time here and tatum hill. There's could be some run for him here. How do you think this affects the nfc. Moving forward well i. I'll relate to drew. Drew brees. And i are the exact same age almost to the day. I think he's like six days older than me Two years ago rich. I was skiing. I was clumsy. I took a really bad wipeout and I cracked two ribs. I had to be the guy who was you know. I skied down on. One ski was a massive crack ribs. And if anybody listen has never broken. Ribs had never had any kind of issue. You think it's rid- you got twenty four of them. What's the big deal. It's unbelievably paralyzing to the point. That when you have cracked ribs if you sneeze that is a real problem because you can exacerbate the the injury you can be crazy pain. The doctors give you a a kind of like a routine to go through. if you're going to sneeze. We have to get down huggy rids and hold your breath. And that's just sneezing. I'm not talking about getting hit or throwing touchdowns so i sympathize completely for drew brees and i think it is going to be a while considering he also has the punctured lung and everything so i don't think he's going to be back soon. In my opinion. Now we get to ride on the james express. And i i gotta tell you. I am so excited rich. I know you were there. Calling that game the bucks tampa and it was all this talk about. I don't know james figuring it out can what we never know what we're gonna get. I play you remember what happened. Six jamieson called back. dude kennedy. I just. I think the danger here is that. I've seen a lot of comparisons to teddy bridgewater going undefeated last year and coming in and relief. Duty teddy bridgewater. There's nothing like jameis. Winston james swinton is a chucker is dollar store brett. Farve be damned. He's gonna throw it and throw and throw it and i don't buy any storyline. That says well. He's calmed down. And he's changed his stripes now. These drew brees. He's a shocker. And i think this is going to be fantastic theater over the next month. Here's the theater call. I already said. Because i'd like you know the nfl's narrative generating machine. I've seen tons of. And i could see them coming from a mile away. I can already see a successful jameis. Winston yup calling into question drew. Brees is arm strength again that low. This is what it looks like when you can throw it fifty sixty yards downfield like that. That is coming. that is coming. I i. i don't monday morning. But i'm just i don't know but i'm seeing it common you know and then and then teddy bridgewater last year. It was definitely not a question of okay. It's jerusalem brighter this time around now. It's forty one years old and we have four weeks of of wondering whether he had the arm strengthen not you came on our show a couple of weeks of last week actually one week ago yesterday and i like people who say that. You don't know the defenses in front of me and he's right when he says that. I'm not saying that this is a correct narrative. That's coming down the pike but you can. I mean we could make bets on which show and which broadcaster will be the first in on this we. If there's a place in the town where you think sunday night football will be lit that there is a place to place a bet on it i would. I would venture to say who would be the favourite in the top. two right now Th that should be the draft about who in the media. Who's your first round pick. Who was going to say. Hey look out. I drew brees. Maybe he should stay on. That sideline. Because i gotta be honest. I the game hasn't even happened yet. I heard something this morning. That was to the effect of now. Sean payton will be unshackled. Now sean paid really coach want he can do taste. You can do james the precursor. Sean payton been weighted down. I've heard it already. That's the precursor. Yes those are the precursor supreme cursor. It's coming oh my gosh. It's exotic is how it's already going to happen and Listen jameson. Tatum could be pretty cool. I i just don't think everybody's saying that the game is going to change. I can't get over the only change. And i know this sounds like a smoky take but i fully believe in it. We have seen for years going back to tallahassee the memes and the jokes about jamison the squinting and the vision and the limited vision. This gentleman in the off season had surgery in came out saying see license plates now. I've never done that before. That's a pretty big deal for a quarterback listening. Has it's a game changer. And if that really helps them see better maybe we do. See a new one. I believe in the power of lay sick for the saints have super bowl in twenty twenty That many offline need to be jameson vision. I see live people what. He's basically saying. Winston haley joel winston. Use that good morning football. Go forward Before i let you go mcconnell..

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"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

07:37 min | 6 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"A really celebrate moment. It's. Enjoy a taste of something. It's a celebrate something with my wife or friend. It's not just because. Well, that's what you do when you're out with friends on the weekend you just you just drink and drink, and then when you don't that when you go to the next one so that's no longer participate in social life and that's Very. Healthy for me. We mentioned soda moment ago I to not drink water I used to just go from Minnesota the soda all day long and I used to work construction of all things. I don't drink soda anymore drink a coffee in the morning and then water throughout the day. I'm more M- mindful of what I put into my body via food right? So I don't eat a whole lot of fried food if at all when when it's an option, I'll try to do totally like a Veggie type on dinner I find that what you put into your body's GonNa Influence your performance throughout the day. It's just stuff like this, and then finally you mentioned. John I remember from our first conversation you do walks. That's right. So my body takes a while to warm up throughout the day but near the end of the day is when I'm probably at peak performance. So when I get home from the office night will either do dishes together or before we make dinner will take a walk together couple of times around the block and it's It's good on so many levels spiritually relational as a as a spouse, and then physically just stretched to move sweat a little bit. and. So that's part of my habits throughout the day. Yeah. I want people to hear that too because we often have these great attributes habits routines set out before mythic I gotta do it that way and Robin Sharma had him on and I really appreciate him. He's really big on exercise I think within like the first twenty minutes I don't. And I often will wait especially here in Colorado I'll wait till gets warmer. So often nine ten o'clock but I'll go through seasons of waking up and I'll be working out in my in my home gym lifting weights at six or whatever, and here you are talking about doing it night I've got a daughter she's kind of a four or five o'clock and she goes up into the into our workout room and she does her routine and thinking that whatever works for you I mean you've obviously done well doing it that way. So I want people to hear whatever works the point is yeah do some movement every day but whenever you don't take one person's dictate. Because people will you know that they get excited about what works for them and they WANNA spouse it to everybody else I've done it I admit it fine. What works for you? I can here's mine I did mine at ten thirty I got here just in time to have some lunch and so I'm I'm fitness fresh as one of our nutritionist says. Right now for my exercise exercise habit, tell me about relationships John. You've got four kids all at home. Well, I asked last night but I, forgot what age range youngest oldest or teen twelve, ten in eight. Eight four so your home is is full. Granted you get a lot of time with them, what are some of the relational havoc that you put in place with kids with wife whatever to keep those relationships where you want them So I'm going to go back to pre Kobe because that's where we eventually will return to a new when the normal returns. Willing to early twenty, twenty, one but Beth, and I take one night a week. So that's very helpful and healthy for us as a couple of seizure face to face notice fractions no phones no kids no work. So we have a date night at least once a week we take a date couples trip four times a year. Which sounds excessive I would imagine too many of your listeners but for a guy who travels a lot, it works right into our wheelhouse where we can use miles hotel points it's free and we get to go to paradise together for a couple of days to reconnect I get a little bit of work done but primarily my work is to. Fall Back in love with my wife. So those are cool things together we walk every night together around the block a couple times we have a family dinner. The bathroom, John Staff and then the final thing we do together without getting overly intimate as we go to bed every single night together at the same time and there was a time in our marriage where I pride myself on being the hardest worker in the world man I would stay up until two in the morning get up at five just man I was going to prove myself to the world. That's fine. But I have recognized as I've aged that up. The most important relationship should not be with the one at. And not to be with the one that I am lucky enough to call my wife and hopefully she feels lucky enough to call her husband. In bed going to bed next to her every night that also because she goes to bed about ten thirty allows me to get up at about five or five, thirty and feel highly refreshed. So that's on the best of the kids I take one kid on one we call it a daddy trip every year. So they get to look at my calendar and pick where they WANNA go they get booked a hotel to book every single activity we do while we're there and my job is to say, yes to them that's not to spoil them it's to liberate them to. To decide the path they wanna go on this weekend with add so whether it's a waterpark or it's just a Rent rooms this have room service, watch a movie together whatever they WanNa do I wanna say yes I want them to be the star. So it's really cool time for a dad connect with his four kids really enjoyed the the dad trips and then daily I'm highly intentional that I want spend some one to one time with each kid. I read years ago. Kevin that the average I contacted child receives from their parents is less than eight seconds per day coli. Might be thinking. That's nonsense. I really challenge you as a parent. If you have kids at home right now ask yourself of it really is nonsense in your life. When you think about the pace set, your life is lived and the sprint that they are under the sports, all the things we do, how often are you belly to belly looking square into their eyes and they as importantly looking into yours? So I WANNA make sure every single day we spend a focused on a time where I'm looking into their hearts and they're looking right back into my goodness with that stat, you'd be a rock star to spend one full minutes, sixty seconds to I. In comparison I. I did not know that that's. That's Daunton. A terrific I want to ask you because. Date night once per week people here that and what I have found is when people hear that and think, okay, I need to I need to start doing that they often struggle with what we do. What are we going to? I'm going to ask you what do you guys do you know the concert thing is well, we go to dinner and a movie and what what do you guys do on that date night yet? So we sell them movies, breath loves movies. So occasionally I'll take her for her I always find that. A movies are great. So I'm not trying to knock those who love movies when I'm with her I wanNA talk to her man I wanna hear I wanNA see your face. I just want to really be president with her. So sometimes, we'll do the movie thing. Generally though it's going to be a dinner somewhere, it's going to be I, consider a date hopping in the same vehicle driving to a place that is sold out recognizing well, that's not gonNa work and then driving home like that can be a phenomenal date. It's time together as a couple when you're talking about life. So try not to over think it if however you're in a place in your relationship where you're struggling one thing that some of my friends who do a little bit of marriage counseling suggest is that you plan the date for your significant other. Plan don't tell them what you're doing just planet make it as fun as if you were courting them again when you surprise them with flowers when they got into the automobile when you surprise them by..

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"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

06:47 min | 6 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Lousy you're full of yourself. Kevin. Get off the worst come on back down to reality. Man That could be a death blow like that. That's the kind of thing that really can jar us away from moving forward in our business are late lives our families. It's other than the question we ought to be asking us how do we return to that resiliency that faithfulness that hopefulness that joyfulness that we once had as children? That even a doctor who said put a bullet in you even that didn't ruin my day I remember kind of laughing about it. I wasn't happy about it but I remember thinking what a jerk but it didn't bother me and I remember because it was a seven hour drive from my house doctor lives my mom and dad cried the majority of the way home I never understood that not until I became a dad myself I never understood why would they let some stupid doctor ruin that day I'm ten. I wonder if the Baseball Games on tonight I hope it is like that's my mentality it's called living in the moment we let some commenter on our podcast ruined our lives. That's our adult mindset it. So we got to return to this raw for oceanus optimism that we had as children and can step back into adults well, which is the focus of your new book in Awe folks if you didn't hear the first. Show which will be two before this one. and talking about those childlike qualities. I, I did I did exactly what I said I'd do after we did the first show together and I went home and talked to my family about it and it's been on my mind is I've seen my kids and to see my little ones who are so proud of all that they do and to see my older ones they were that was where it was great to talk with and say guys, you know that there's this coming of age is coming of awareness and you start to minimize start to diminish. So now you're aware don't let that happen it was great. It was again just so so powerful. Okay. I do WANNA come back to a couple of habits and I do appreciate you talking about the phone and I I carry my phone everywhere be mainly because I play music on this is my music source. I'm never without music if I'm in my office I'm listening on my through my speakers up. But when I get home what, what's that guy today? Who are you listening to today I was listening to a man I can tell you because I did something different I did this easy bike ride and I put on and I listened to a new group called rise. That I just found through a station and then Josh garrels. Rises not totally. Fun. Music, but it's not it's not. I wouldn't say it's safe for the whole family. Then, I listen to Josh garrels. Who is a I do not know the dude but somebody got me on one of his songs I started listening and he's a Christian guy who apparently doesn't want to be associated with being a Christian guy. I heard the story. Is True, but it's interesting that he was nominated for a dove award that which is the Christian musical Chris I guess I think it's music and he didn't WanNa. Do it because he didn't want to be lumped in with that guy just has some good some good tunes. So that's what I was listening to. I have a playlist spotify playlist is kind. Of the fan my kids it's one of the high points of being a dad is my kids say that my playlist is the best of any that they have they dig my music and so when I get home, it goes into the speaker because I start cooking and we got music and it's my phone. So it's the it's the music player so i. I'm not on it at all, but you know I do have I don't do phone calls are I don't take phone calls and lesser scheduled or it's my family and I can see him on my context. Let's otherwise I just don't answer them. Everybody knows the text me and then I can respond when it's convenient for me my kids have no nobody. I, know I'm saying this with with gratitude an pride I'll admit it that I'm not the guy that ever looks at his phone unless every once in a while do a lunch with somebody I say man I'm so sorry. But my wife is down in the springs I do have know six seven whatever kids here various places and I'm kind of on call. So I'M GONNA leave it there, and if you see me pure over it, it's just to make sure nobody robot because I did it once John, I did the Nice thing at lunch and I, put it away as I'm not going to look at it and it was literally that thing my wife was she. She works a couple of days a week and she was out of commission and and then when I finally picked it back up, it'd been like thirty five minutes they were trying to get me from school. One of kids broke their arm so I got mine. was. My call to arms at least look at it. You know ten years ago in December seven th I had a client's lunch and up phone was off look down about halfway through had thirteen miss calls for my wife. In her water broke out goodness. Yeah. Sometimes you gotTa keep your phone on. Yeah just. So habits again I do WanNa hit on I love the trails are gone now but again, just some of those primary habits you talked about the morning talked about that thing when we look at like ziglar wheel of life and look at. Work and relationships and your physical wellness only hit that we talked about a little bit in the first. Show I. Think you. You're a fan of walks is that right? Did we talk about that? What? What are some of the if he looked at the habits and routines at you value for your health and wellness? Give. Me The highlights. And let me be wildly transparent that on that wheel zig were introduced me to my weakest area is health. As. I can make all kinds of excuses. I can talk about scars and physical pain and like my my I'm forty three but the journey to where I am today has h me a little ants I've been through some physical challenges. bollocking looking backward, but also even in the present. So I I'm a little bit of pain every single day I wish which is a lame ord sometimes I. Wish I was a little bit more intentional physical. I'll share with you my practice here but I'm GonNa tell you again I wish I was even more intentional on this The things that I do that are beneficial number one is I watch what I put into my body. It's my used to be an addict probably to alcohol although I did not know it when I was but more than a decade man I over assert myself way way way too frequently, and now for the most part, I won't allow myself to have more than one drink at night. So that's one area that I made some improvements soda. I heard you mentioned red wine is that your Go-to I do love Not Every night, but I'll have a glass of red wine. I, love why I do too out he's not. I think Kevin. If I'm being totally honest man I used to love it. Want to disappear like into the moment like just kind of forget about everything, which is not a super great reason have a glass of wine or two or three or four. Now. When I have a glass of wine, it's.

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"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

06:15 min | 6 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Off. So let me ask you about that just as far as the aspect of habits and routines, how do you or do you habitually Sabbath and what does that look like? So I'm going to come back into this. I letting. You know I've I've heard my phone ring. In a couple years, I don't WanNa be like in decades. That's little excessive. But for a couple years I've had my phone on vibrate and usually not even on my my body at because I found myself as most a high achievers and most adhd ladies and gentlemen leaders in the marketplace responding immediately to every pull on my time and one of the most effective things that I've done for my family from leadership for my business and my mental health is to no longer be at the Beck and call of my phone. At so one way I have achieved. Sabbath is when I'm at home, I'm at home and Workman I work like a dog I'm here right now. But when I'm at home I'm not on social media I'm not on email I'm I'm not trying to strategize for the next day until my kids are in bed I wanna be fully engaged in their lives and so that's One thing. We've done strategically to live out that idea sabbath. So what does that look like tactically will if you're not working when your home, it actually means you're present with your little. Once in my case, I have four kids and so in my little daughter says, Hey, daddy have teatime. Yeah when Patrick, says hey daddy you want. You want to shoot baskets absolutely man when Henry says, do you want to go on a bike ride do? Yes. Yes. Dad You WANNA kick the soccer ball says Jack Come on man I'm in it makes you liberated to be free to be with the ones that matter most. Adt. So I just encourage folks man do diligently work hard really plan your day and then work that day. And when your home step away from technology will be far healthier and happier because of it. Yes shooting baskets I do want people to realize that you're shooting baskets and you do not have any fingers. You get extra credit obvious not. Not, only that I will challenge any of your listeners right now when I'm in your community someday I shoot underhand balancing the ball on my knuckles I will challenge game of horse and. You know I don't know what will play or what will put some small bet on the side to see who's GonNa knock this. I'll take bottle of wine. You're on bottle of wine red wine early prime. As as great leaders taught me as a little boy. There's nothing you can't do just. Too, and so they removed ceiling for my life. They also reminded me and it will not be easy to get there this. I'm not GonNa lay it out for you John. There's nothing you can't do what you gotta go man you gotTa go and so. I do a lot of things today. They're pretty radical like shooting the basket other hand on my knuckles and doing it pretty effectively. But I think I'd do that not only because they removed my excuses but because they gave me a gentle kick in the rear ends and you can do this. I am I I thought a little bit ago, and it's something that I wanted to cover in the first show together and I think I just let it slip and it's a rabbit trail again but I'm going to take it and it's relevant as we're talking about your hands and fingers or lack thereof. Something I read in your book and I think I read it in the I I don't know if you had the first one you can you can tell me but that just stuck with me and it was It was. Hot Point for me because I love the story that Zig Ziglar talks about a guy whose name I can't recall I. Did I talked about him in a show it was a guy who was pronounced a dunce in school and told he was delayed and whatever, and so he lived his life that way and I'm drastically paraphrasing and at the age of whatever you know twenty five or something happens to take this test and they come back and go oh my gosh, you're not really smart. You're literally genius is you know high of. Forty fifty I don't know what it was. The guy went onto the guy from that day forward started living as a smart guy nothing changed. He's the same dude. He was just going by what he had been. He had been told and I think the story is he founded the MENSA society. If not it's good story I, but it's something that that. I'M GONNA share it tonight at dinner at the dinner table I can give you the details I put I, put it in a show, and if you if you look up Zig Ziglar dunce or something like that, you're probably find it. You'll find the details. Okay. But with that in this I, think it was your recent book in Awe read about the doctor that you went to as a nine year old. You know after the accident who said if he were a horse, I would shoot him. It almost chokes me up just to say that I it's just I cannot. I cannot imagine but that was given to you if a horse I would shoot and that was giving you in front of your face in front of your parents by a doctor. So by somebody that we would give authority credibility of value out and then I don't know how much later you can. You can tell me you went to another doctor. Well. Tell. US what he said. Yes, I mean just to back it up a moment ago 'cause some of your listeners may not know, but I got burned when I was nine and spent months in the hospital, really should not be alive I think the miracle. Of Work in grace and a lot of people showing up this little guy goes on to survive spent about a year recovering and then mom and dad, take me to a doctor to your first point. The doctor took a look at my hands. He took a look at my body took a look at the little wheelchair that I was seated in back then and then he looked at my dad and said, listen if your son was a horse, I would shoot them. and. So that that was crushing that was in my own world far worse than even being called a dead. It's diabolical. He said it not only smoke but sincerely, just like there's no no really meaningful life here. So about a week. Later, we go to another physician's office was Dr Carlos Lardo it when I heard member Kev about this guy most is he walked into the room he had a file in front of him and he was singing in Italian. Barely. Have a grasp as your listeners now though of English, he singing an Italian. Down shuts the file he claps his hands loud at dusk and says my goodness..

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"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

06:12 min | 6 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"John Well today I thought let's start off the habits I wanNA. Know what habits you have partaken of today what the routines habits that today has happened. One of the things that you and I will share is this idea of starting our days early starting the days with both water and coffee. So that's part of the habit that you and I share another one that has been beneficial to not only this day. But in the days, leading end to this day is getting up early man I have four kids a married have a busy life and I find if I don't force myself out of bed I, just respond to the rest of the day whether that's emails or phone calls or beeps. Or whatever the thing is I'm being drawn by it rather than actively leading and so each day up up about five thirty or so up a little before the sign get outside with a cup of coffee a water, a Journal Watch, the sunrise listened the bird saying it's my moment of the day to to listen to take inventory of what I'm grateful for to pray and reflect not only what I already have but what I want to get done that day. All right. I'm going to dig in right there first off what is your coffee style? So I, use a drip coffee. Now nothing that impressive whatever she brings home from the store I make it sits there for a couple of hours in about ten o'clock or so in the day we dumped whatever remains out buffy styles whatever my sweet drive wife brings home from the store because it's Not, a coffee snob all that's all. That's all at least you partake of the beverage and I know enough to know when something tastes better than what I'm used to making and that's House. But at home, beggars can't be choosers and I'm grateful for the gift with Caffeine. I enjoy enjoying my coffee though I'll I'll have to admit to some snobbery. Early, getting up early. So how when did you start that I? Didn't I mean it is something hold onto dearly now but it was not the majority it wasn't. I don't know. Exactly, I'm GONNA, Guess. Seven years maybe I'd have to go back and try to figure it out but I didn't I woke I slept as long as I could get up and then start dealing with everything and so I Changed for me. What about you? Absolutely and naturally man I'm in nate. Lead? Lazy. I'm lethargic I I love to be open to the day whatever they has in store. You find the people who are people who are most athletic people who are most in great shape they diet and they go to Jimmy that's where they all seem to do that well. In the same lane people who are highly effective leaders tend to start their days early, they tend to get up early and so that's not my habit. Naturally, my habit is to get up when I phoned with yawn hopefully on Saturday before the banks closed man, that's the good old days if I can get to the bank before it's closed. Stop if I can have breakfast McDonald's before they shut that thing down with eleven I, win the day. Yeah. That was the old me but in taking notes that people who lead their businesses, their families, their faith they're they're concerned about their physical health and making a difference in the community. For the most part, almost all of them having communist desire to drive the day before they have to. Well. I got to admit I. DON'T KNOW IF I. Do I enjoy getting up then but It was mainly just because of the kids schedules if I'm GonNa like you said if I'm going to have that time in the morning to center myself to set myself. I've gotta get up early because you know school schedules or even just little kids either one, and now I've gotten in the habit but yet still if I don't. Take that it's just too easy for other things jump in. So I've had hell elrod on the show. Miracle Morning. Rahman Sharma the five am talking about that, and it is interesting when you haven't thought about this till. Now, when you look at habits, how many times do people write an entire book devoted to a specific habit? I'm trying to think of one. I mean sleep I guess those are some books out now on sleep but I don't have one on you know somebody wrote a book on push ups or Even, devotion you mentioned journaling I, mean we all talk about it. I don't know if so for early to have a focus like that says a lot to me. Now you did mention journaling which we talk about a lot. So many people as wealth testify to that. But I've found out that people journal very differently. What is your methodology or content that you journal? So, it's similar to what I speak on frequently. So when I guide in organization through our motivational message, frequently use three questions to help them to become more highly effective as individuals and as organizations in the three questions are why me? Who Cares and what more can I do? Why me and the idea is to begin your day before you need to. So if you are the kind to is racing after day just to get out the door on time or get the kids to the bus or whatever it might be will then maybe it's time to set alarms ten, fifteen, twenty, thirty, one hour early and I can think of no better way than to ask the question why me. Kevin I I, love sunrises. Sunsets have known that self for as long as I've been aware man since I was a little boy. Love sunsets. But. There's something about a sunrise. There's something about the whole world being dark everything and quiet, and there's a few birds out. There's maybe a couple joggers. Up but for the most part man, it's quiet and you get to sit there in your backyard patio screened Porch brevard might be. Look to the east and then eventually menu watch the sky turn from dark to gray and then there's little shimmer of light and it starts cutting through the darkness bringing lightens of the day and for have journal in front of you and to be taken inventory of how good life is that doesn't mean it's perfect. It doesn't mean you're always healthy it doesn't mean you're completely financial stable now it doesn't mean businesses going perfectly right now or your relationships are gang buster always it it just means you're going.

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"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

02:01 min | 6 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"You can get John's new book in awe rediscovering childlike wonder to unleash inspiration meaning enjoy wherever you buy books and you can connect with John All. He has for you at John O'Leary Inspires, dot? com. So I going have John Ready for you right. After I, share what else we've got going on for you and some great products and services. Hi I'm Elisa Miller Kevin Miller's daughter. My Dad's true-life podcast focuses on personal wellness. If your body and mind compromised sewer, all your efforts you want to be as fully functional as possible. In Episode Forty my dad Dr Randy James. Discussed Muscle tone after sixty five finding a coach food allergy testing finding a functional medicine doctor and kicking chronic ear infections all in a Q. and A. Format. Find the true life podcast in episode forty wherever you get your podcast. happening. Ziglar. Now, the choose to win coaching system is designed specifically for coaches and those who want to become a coach. Tom Ziegler teaches the choose to win coaching system and addresses the five keys to being a successful coach and building a profitable coaching business. You can schedule a Free Strategy Session With Ziglar Coaching Strategist anti-kremlin right away. Go to ziglar show dot com slash C. T. W. that's ziglar show dot com slash C. T. W.. If, you're looking for a truly inspiring in home fitness solution checkout hydro, a rowing machine that transports you to waterways around the world with live and on demand classes led by world class athletes. Hydro provides a full body workout that engages eighty six percent of your muscles and takes about half the time cycling or running I'm absolutely hooked on it order today save two hundred bucks on Hydro with Codes Ziglar at checkout again that's H. Y. D. R. O. W. Dot Com use Code Ziglar for two hundred.

"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

06:42 min | 6 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"It is there for the taking if you WANNA have it. I. I've heard a couple of people say that. John in regards to the Silicon Valley execs and whatever that don't that've taken their kids away from the very thing that they're involved in. We can take this offline I'd love to have somebody like that on the show I'd love to hear that firsthand from something because I I've heard it probably your third fourth person to talk about that. So if you have any. Awesome. Okay I want to hear that you know you want everybody to hear that again. I'm going to Texas, I have a family tax with all the kids and my wife and stuff ed Suzanne shows over. I just wrote it in quotes. What you think will happen frequently does and when you talk about those devices, I was talking about it today with a group of guys that we all have the smartphone we had the computers we had the APPS, we have those things. I don't think people are out to harm us, but they are businesses that want to make money. The way they make money is getting our attention. So those devices every screen that we see the sole purpose of even if they're trying to benefit you with I'm trying to benefit folks with this podcast just like you are John but don't we can do that is to get their attention. So I'm part of that issue of I'm coming from a screen or an email and I am trying to get people's that is what people are doing and for us to come back to. Into Gosh this best, why? Why am I doing this and realize that that is its goal and we've known this since media began. If it bleeds, it leads that is there's nothing that will get more attention. So we have an industry bent on getting our attention and what gets our attention most is what bleeds and made you look at it i. do I take a quick glance at the headlines every day to see if there's something that might be new irrelevant and the negativity of it is. I've never encountered and you know John Somebody pointed this out to me today they said Kevin for the first time because for the most part I would say, I just ignore that stuff. But now here we are August twenty twenty and you can't really ignore it because now it really is impacting our lives. One of those three things politics cove racial tensions. In what else we're waiting for the next thing to drop. The recession. Yeah I mean we got a whole lot of Edwin that every one of us is dealing with right now and I've never found that only looking at the bad things that we find solutions to it. Fred Rogers, who is one of my heroes Used to be easily scared and there's a quote of Fred Rogers. He says when I used to be a little boy, my mother would say, Fred, if you get scared, don't look at the bad things that are happening look at the people who are responding to it and I don't mean the press the they'll look for the cameras the microphone don't look for the social media blow hearts don't look there. Look for the EMT's look the firefighters look for the folks on the front lines look for the people who are striving inch to make the world a better place through their example. And I think you'll be a lot less scared by what's. In the marketplace, there are some profound difficulties we face. But as my friend easterbrook wrote, it's not as bad as looks. It's not as bad as a looks everybody has US looking at? It's terrible except all research says it's actually getting better. So look at the numbers don't just look at what they're telling you to stare at. All. You got a question for you on expectancy though I did want it. You were talking earlier just about the child likeness and I wasn't long ago. I had one of my kids says I don't remember that movie that. We watched Hook you remember that with Robin. Williams. Such a sweet depiction of somebody they exaggerate it both ways. Of course, you know he goes from the hardcore businessman to Peter Pan Sony exaggerate, but it's to me. It's a beautiful story at a beautiful depiction. I'll reference that tonight as I'm talking about your book in the message with my family. John but looking at expectancy. Where give me your thoughts on because i? Believe great expectations I expect I expected but invariably, we've all experienced I'm sure having a big expectation that didn't happen and it could be disappointed can sometimes be devastating and can be an. Incentive to not have big expectations. So as you are onstage on camera on microphones leading people in this. What would you give us because I get that I I would say that I know that I know that tension I haven't always known how to answer that I. Don't know. I differs between personality and experience and whatnot. But I understand the grappling with wanting to have big expectations. Dealing with disappointment. What a dance what a dance that we all Russell with. This side of eternity to human broken. So we will live in some regards with some disappointment. There's just no getting around that. Then how do you bounce forward from that? How do you become better through that and what do you do in the midst of that? That's ultimately what expectancy is all about. It's not GonNa make the coffee tastes sweeter necessarily. It's GonNa make you grateful for the coffee in the first place and. One story that I am packing the book and it just one example many. But nine marriage is one of the most important things in my entire life faith family and then from there. But I found myself back in two thousand, sixteen chase scene work hard and work became wildly successful but at what cost at what cost and so as beginning the plan on twenty seventeen, I made a commitment that I wanted this year to the year where my marriage was the focal point how do you do that? Okay. So this is what I did. I bought a leather bound journal and January one, two, thousand, seventeen I wrote down the words Dear Beth. And all day long I waited for it I waited for her to do one beautiful thing one act of goodness for the kids. Once we thing for a neighbor one beautiful thing she she put put on a war downstairs one meal she made for a friend whatever it was. I'm looking for one thing and when I thought that that's what's going. On the book. So January one. Dear bye. Thank you for and then I told her. I loved her for that day and I just wanted to thank our wanted to call it out but I didn't tell her I was doing this and then on January second I woke up early on the words dear bath and then I waited for waiting for it. And then on January third way for went facade identified brought down. This goes on for three hundred and sixty days through the ebbs and flows the gains and the losses of a couple as they do life together raisin for kids running a business managing. Some profound difficulties in two thousand seventeen we won't go through on this podcast but some real difficulties in our family in our community. But doing so together and I was focused on how she was doing it beautifully in front of me because what you focus on grows and on Christmas Day two, thousand, seventeen I handed her this poorly wrapped gift she opens it up. There's.

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The Ziglar Show

05:26 min | 6 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Okay well, that's I couldn't be better segue into some pieces of your book that I WanNa hit on. Is this even out yet as we're talking right now in modern day, it came out of May. In May. Still relatively new. It's a folks if you haven't seen it. So here's the list title. Actually listen to the title the book in Awe Rediscover your childlike wonder to unleash inspiration meaning joy, and right into activator facts. John. Bear with me as I read the author, his words Okay but folks, this is literally inside the front cover. This is the first paragraph this John Writing. There once was a time when we joyfully raised our hands to answer questions connected easily with others believe that anything was possible and fearlessly jumped into new experiences a time when we viewed each day not something to endure. But as marvelous as a marvelous gift explore and saver when we danced through our lives and all of the ordinary moments in eager for the promise of tomorrow. John some of our listeners who listen to a lot of ZIG will recall a story wasn't one of his primary ones. It's probably kind of the background ones where he talked about being on a plane. And he says he's way in the back and it was a big plane. I don't know seven whatever seven big plane a long long long. Corridor they're up to the pilot's cockpit, which was actually open. You could see it and little girl is next to him or close to him, and she gets out and looks down the hallway and she looks up and he says, she just went. Gosh. Say that Zik Southern Job Gosh and it just hit him. When was the last time he went gosh about anything you mentioned the term boredom and a minute ago when you did I almost get unbiased as I've been enmeshed in your book, but it's got me thinking what right do I have to be bored? I have the most all inspiring opportunities in front of me and abilities. What right to be bored and yet, and you brought me to this is on to read through the book that here we are and we are so. Appetite driven. Looking for the next dopamine hit. It's almost like we're all drugged in. You know what you gotTa do when you're taking drugs a lot you got up and up and up to feel the next high and there we are and yet my kids are telling them buddy. Today we were sitting out in the deck Cavin having lunch at the office here and I said my three little kids they're twelve, ten and eight. And Spending time at home and so often they just take off into the woods I'll ask him doing. Well, we were playing our make believe survival game. Okay. Happier than my teens who are more prone to be on their devices and whatnot and there we've got I, mean that's what you outline in the book is how we had that we've lost it but how we can come back to that and I just want people to hear right here we dive in and I get you talking to me John. I know a lot of people are gonNA hear that at face value. It's just not reasonable. It's just not reasonable John Tell me why it's reasonable. I would suggest the most to counter that the question by saying tell me why it's reasonable for us. It'd be bored by life you live near Pikes Peak Aben there are climbed it it's stunning and I would imagine and I could be wrong but I would imagine there are days we look out the window and you don't even see it sure. You're looking at the phone you're looking at the headlines you're looking at a dirty diaper you're looking at the need to go to the grocery store you're looking at the bills. And you're missing the grandeur of nature. The you live in paradise man there are probably nights where the Milky Way will shine at you if you look up but instead we're looking down and so I would suggest rather than saying t tell me why it's reasonable for us to be optimistic house. What's reasonable for us to be joy filled? Tell us why it's reasonable for us to be stay up domestic and believe indeed that the best days are in front of us. Why would you not why? Why would you not? Why would you not strive to have that kind of heart as you look at some of the opportunities and challenges? It's just a different way of seeing seeing the same thing in front of you challenges and opportunities that are in front of us right now on this day. There are in the book I write about the five senses children have naturally that we lose sight of. But it's important that we recognize I don't just quote like kids that are doing this. I'm not just talking about your three, twelve, nine, six year old or outside in the woods, chasing deers and having a blast. I write a lot about the leader's who are much more seasoned, much a supposedly more wise much older who are modeling this behavior, what it does for them, how they are able to lead differently how have better organizations how they have better health better. Marriage is better faith life. Better journey going forward and the invitation they remind us all that you don't need to be a kid to be childlike and I'm not saying childish man you got plenty of examples and politics in leadership right now where people are acting very childish but to be childlike to have that look in your eyes again that life is good life indeed is good. Okay. A radically change what we see and what we believe possible in our life around our lives I want you to hit on that because you said that I literally pulled that out of the book you said after interviewing thousands of business owners thought leaders and world. Changers. I've discovered that the senses.

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"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

04:45 min | 6 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"With John. Just as we were talking about. You were sharing just some of what you have done business wise I mean, we're gonNA. We're here I WANNA, hit this new books. I'm excited about it in awe and the message you have in there. But. Real quick. We are so many people in business. We have so many people who are coaches, consultants and speakers, and as you said, you speaking is a main part of your income. You said eighty days a year eighty nights a year you're gone speaking that number. That is right and we've been doing this for about fifteen years and so share Kobe hits and what happens to your revenue. Yes. So March second was my last travel day of the year. So I've been at home now for almost two hundred days. What it looks like as a family, what it looks like business. But we had expectations of revenue for the year going forward from that dates and once those dates were removed from calendar we lost ninety four percent of revenue from our speaking business and are speaking businesses the life line of our entire organization. We have team members, we have mortgages insurance we have care. We got all this stuff that we take care of our team and it all rests solely on speaking publicly in in that. So that was a profound change for us. So you. Keep using that word and Pete Vargas has been so big with that pivot. So you said it did though allow you if not force you to go after some different things that now you're grateful for a, you wouldn't have done otherwise. So how have you more of your business to meet the reality that we're in? Yeah. So I'm I'm really glad we're starting here because it may not have come up even. If. We did not begin here. But I WANNA make sure that folks as they hear, the story recognized that it wasn't fun or easy. It was in some regards it was painful in some regards is a blessing in all regards, but it took a little while of of movement to get there and there was a day late in. March this year where I'm working at the office by myself th, the country is shutdown. This company that I work in lead in is completely shut down. My father's. Disease. He's high at risk. We know this thing's going to get back. We just don't know how bad it's going to get, and then I walk into the office I day and we've answered everywhere. None of my teammates are here I to figure out how to get rid of it all the revenues gone and I'm just having a pity party, and if you are a human being, you've been there with me, you know maybe worse or better than. I but you've been there with me and I'm having this pity party and then it gets worse when I looked down the hallway in this plant that I love of had four years. Now I've been loving this thing I look at it closely and it's it's dying. So it represents perfectly my business our financial structure I think is happening with my father like all these things man the world society it's all kind of grain out Browning and dine. And that I looked at this plant for a little bit Kevin and then I said to myself. Not Today, not under my watch. So I get it from the the seat where I'm currently seated with you I grab a water and can go to the restroom Phyllis thing I've come back outside I put a little bit of love on top of this. This plans commit to a day after day after day and I think that represents what we've been doing for the entire business over the last five months followed that plan to buy turn the camera to the right is thriving. It is no longer browning. It's no longer solely gray not toward its final death line. It is doing better than ever and so I, told my team after that he goes I need you to know I was having a pity party today but I'm done with it and I need you to be done with it too. When we need to roll our sleeves need to collaborate we need to get creative creative Pete Vargas we need to pivot forward man we need to figure out a new way to get the work done that we used to take for granted, but we're not gonNA take it for granted anymore and we're GonNa do better things going forward because of this difficult time. So it was a wakeup call for me as an organization, we've made a full tilt into virtual seminars who've done a whole lot more around our podcast released and enroll out an entire coaching program. We're doing it at an individual and as a collective. Organizational level, and we've replaced more than sixty percent of the revenue that we We had for the year so for us. To pivot that quickly from six percent revenue for the year now into about sixty two percent and we're just starting to roll up man we're ready to rock and roll as we move in it's one thousand twenty that's probably revenue that it speaking all of a sudden you know knocked off in your back on that stuff that's going to stay and continue, and you're going to be above normal were you know recovered a year from now? With every bit of confidence, we say yes to that and not only that, but it's residual. Yeah. So we're rolling now into coaching, which is always what I wanted to do but why would you do that when you're busy?.

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Iron Advocate

05:42 min | 8 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on Iron Advocate

"Vision of just trying to be make sure that that integrity that I have tried to maintain my whole life that you know gets maintained during the hardest times. So when I want to ask you the opposite way, which is. Knowing everything you've learned along the way and all these incredibly cool. Jobs managing. Crisis in complex situations. Today with everything you've learned. What would be the one or two things? You would tell that young and weary at her first big job. You wish she had known. That's good. Okay, so I think that part of it is way in politics long and out there really are a couple of different. People are in the in law I. Think is the same. It's like you know. It's the people who are in it for the reasons because they want to get famous or they want to. You know have a of power. They want to do this or that. Of course, everybody, who does these jobs? Are there certain things you enjoy about getting accolades or whatever but I? Think that you know for me. It really is like how much good can you do during? During this so I think you know one of one of his probably not to worry so much about I remember I. Think about this young people on my team like don't worry so much about what room you're being invited to be in. Keep your nose to the grindstone and keep at it. Which I think I've done but I think you know I think oftentimes will compare myself to somebody else. In politics, who may be more famous or more doing different things than I think part of it is just you know. Try to continue to just remember what contributions you're making. Don't have so much self doubt. You know make sure that you just keep at it. So I think probably the self-doubt thing is like anybody like you're up in a family that was involved in politics, but we certainly..

"oleary" Discussed on Iron Advocate

Iron Advocate

05:19 min | 8 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on Iron Advocate

"She was going to do in the first days after she was elected in one of the first things that we had said We'd agreed with her that she would do is. She would actually go and give a speech to the children's defense. Fund, which is an organization that she'd sat on, the board is one of the great civil rights. Children's organisations run by woman, Marian, Wright Edelman and so when she lost I didn't speak to her that day, but a few days later I'd gone back to California and I got a phone call from her, and she said an I wanna I wanna give that speech and I said. Are you sure you know that's? GonNa be really. Really hard for you, and she said no I promise that I'm not I'm not the president-elect that I. Want to give the speech that I like it to fight back to DC and come with me, so I flew back to DC and was really emotionally horror, and his saw her, and you know it was i. had seen our one on one since she'd lost, and she looked at me and she's. She actually got tears in her eyes, and she was talking about the fact that she made all these promises to children. who were the children of Who are undocumented in our country? who were so scared is she was so worried about them, and that's the thing she was worried most about. It wasn't about the fact that she personally wasn't president or any kind of prestige that goes with. It was about the fact that you know how. How could she break this promise to all these young people and I think that that spirit of. Of wanting to help and to be so driven by that is really the thing that keeps her going every day and I think she's found other ways to do it, but I think it really is incredible core centeredness of her mission her life. What would you say to lawyers out there? Young and not-so-young that they can and should do to stay in touch with with that kind of..

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Iron Advocate

04:58 min | 8 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on Iron Advocate

"Don't worry about it so that one I think is really important in the other one is just this like you know your personal freedom should be above everything else meaning you shouldn't masks and so I think those are really troubling, so if we actually just give you an example, which is we have the data come in last week. And it showed that there was a really big increase in young people eighteen to thirty four year olds who were getting coca positive tests in California you know we call them the young invincibles, because oftentimes people don't believe that they'll get sick, and even if they do, it won't be that bad. In the fact there, right? oftentimes young people don't get as sick, but will we do know? Is that there? There is a percentage of young people who get sick and die, but more importantly in an eight were equally importantly they also we also know that those are great transmitters, and so their parents, their grandparents are getting quite ill because of their actions and so I think trying to really get young people to take responsibility for themselves in their family, and their community is really really critical, and then I think. Think this notion that you know we are. We know we actually Californians made me so proud. In terms of three months of just how much all of us you know every single bit of California was actually taking a stay at home were to really seriously in this disinformation campaign that has been started around the country about not wearing masks, and just go ahead and God. Do these large gatherings really has caused a go backwards and so I. Think part of it is. How do we get out there with the science which we're seeing from around the globe, which is based coverings, make a tremendous difference so and that's what we're trying. Actually GonNA launch a public health campaign later this week before July fourth to really try to get those messages back out there and fight the disinformation campaign. And you're running What is I?.

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Iron Advocate

04:26 min | 8 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on Iron Advocate

"Kansas you can learn better. No more asked more. Questions than I think all three of the people that I've worked for have done, and I think it's really critical in that I do think that third thing. Is, really like how do you take care of yourself in this and that's something that I've struggled with myself. I know governor newsom struggles with I know Hillary did, and it really is about the basics we know about human life, which is how do you actually take deep breaths? How do you get a chance to sleep in the at night? How do you make sure that you're eating well and exercising and I think. That is a struggle and I. Think for me personally. I probably because of my own life journey over the last several years. I really have doubled down on that. During this time of just how critical it is to take care of myself, so I can be a better leader, and I think I've certainly learned that lesson over sometime. And Tell us how you do that. Because that's one of the foundational pieces of our an advocate is helping helping folks see how somebody with Kinda greatness you have actually does it on a day to day without going through every bit of your schedule. Tell folks what you're doing right now to kill yourself. Well I've been a runner for most of my life, but last year had an elvis an illness, and couldn't really run very much, and so ted just started back up. My running in January, just decided this year's resolution to start running again and when the crisis I really hit home in mid. March, I stopped running for a few weeks and then I just realized that in some sense running had to be as important to me as sleeping. Sleeping and brushing my teeth and eating well, and so I decided that I needed to run every morning and so I've been running. You know I get up. A usually I sleep between midnight and six I get up at sex is check a few tax incentive few tax, and then again on the road and I run five miles usually listen.

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Iron Advocate

05:49 min | 8 months ago

"oleary" Discussed on Iron Advocate

"What has it been like to be part of the team that decide to shut down the entire state of California? I think it's been an extraordinary responsibility I think every day I. Wonder if we've done enough. If we have gone far enough I think at the beginning we did. We were decisive. I think Californians got an a plus stay at home. Order and the last week I've been unable to seek because I'm really worried about where we're going next so I think it's just incredible responsibility and opportunity to try to do the best by everyone. And how was the kind of? Reverse course that you had to do this week where you've walked back the opening and California compared to the overall shutdown, the reaction of the people, the people around you. Now. Let me contrast the two so I think you know when we did the shutdown. We're the first state in the country to do it and I'll tell you a story because I. Think it's interesting about how it happened. In real life, which is we were looking at the data and we were making projections that were really quite dire. In fact, we projected that up to twenty five million of the forty million Californians could get corona. And we were seeing these projections and these models, and we were in some sense, becoming numb to them a little bit, and so we actually wrote a the governor read a letter to President trump requesting. Federal assets knowing what we thought was going to happen California asking for the USS Mercy which is a naval medical to come to Los Angeles in. We put in that letter information about what we were seeing. At. How without realizing that, we hadn't actually said that the public yet, and so it was shocking in that shock actually shocked us into action to probably even act quickly today we need to not be numb to these Really really closely so we have done that and we immediately. decided to shut down California this at home order you know we're in some senses parallel here, which is we're seeing and looking at the data every day at the at just really big degrees in. hustles ation rates is the US at also the number of cases so we? Acted as actually decisively and quickly moved as a one time. One thing that's different. This time is were being very concerned about everything that we're coming in not be worth for time, but I think we're just being really intentional about releasing the data and acting on it really quickly so this weekend we closed down bars, and all the counties that are continuing to have problems on strike team. We've been thank teams down to Imperial County on the border between Calvin and Mexico which is even more so we're really trying to be as decisive.

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"oleary" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"oleary" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Now I'm not hooking up with any of the groomsmen officially and then another person said put that hair up in proceed to suck and fuck everything with the port. Was that from girl. I'm I guess I mean if you WanNa have said chicks only in the tweet so okay so is and yes. It was definitely. What are you writing this down? I feel you're not running any of this. I got to suck but then I didn't know very important. It's going to be fun. Yeah it's GonNa be fun. I think that like I said on Monday. Show wearing heels for me is going to be huge. Yup. I can't wait to take them off because I've seen girls' rings flipflops. Yeah Bring yes. Some chocolates But yeah it's going to be good time. We're an address out in Vegas. Would a couple of guys on checks ones? My boyfriend and I have been dating for a little over three years. And he has this awful trade of hiding all snacks for me. I'm short so he routinely puts them on top of the shelf where he knows. I can't reach them even worse. He will blatantly lie to me when I asked him if he has food which I discover later when I find him eating the food than said he didn't have smart. Should I be hiding my food in his food from him or lie to him? Saying I don't have places. Put it in the lowest like cabinet. Yeah no I don't do you think I'm getting like all the way down coastal Florida. There's no food. I'm opening every cabinet. Bad back. Man. He can't be doing I can't do you put it low enough. I'll just pass on it. I won't try to do the thing where you kick it to yourself. What would I do if I were you is? I would put them in the place that he won't look like put a candy bar. You're tampons inside of a book. Inside of a book is another good one or just like in your jar of coconut oil that you use for wherever it is that you use it in the in. Yeah Whatever whatever chore. He doesn't do like if he doesn't take out the trash. Puerto Rico Trash is putting the vegetable tour. Yeah if he doesn't do the laundry put it in the dryer. Everything will work out and then when he does do laundry. You'd be like hey you left all that chocolate in there you idiot now All right last one could get a little contentious. Hey Boys especially Daddy. Kat took two plus years with my fiance and I finally got her first fight. Help US settle our argument. Who is the best Campbell's Chunky Soup? Mom Mrs mcnabb or Mrs Davis. Oh I think it's Mississippi where yeah. I don't even I. We Davis did she say Davis. Did she say who picked to now? Oh it's missing it's mcnabb. It's our older son. Mrs Davis was like before now but I only remember missing mcnabb. Yeah she was the best part about Mrs mcnabb was that at all when she was doing the commercials that was like right all the drama with mcnabb and. Teo is going down. Yeah it's like with Baker when you cut to a commercial like something's going on in the news with them and then he's also their commercials. Just mcnabb was everywhere for about two years. So yeah missing mcnabb easy Saddam. Hopefully hopefully one your argument with your I someone tell us if that like the guy's got to be like a broncos Fan who who who's arguing right right that's a weird thing to do so yeah.

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"oleary" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"oleary" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"I think I like Justin as a person I would never let a manage my money. You shouldn't be managing country and he will lose his job soon because Canadians are just howling at the moon. They're so unhappy. That's a genius thing that all like cutthroat guys say they say I liked that guy as a person but And then they just being honest. I mean I'm sure. He's not managing his own money because he'd be bankrupt by now All right so shark tank. Let's talk about when someone walks in that room. What is the first thing you're looking for because I feel like you more than anyone else will decide almost instantly? So what does that share a little secret? Is You guys? Because I've been doing this for. So many years have seen thousands of pitches. I can actually tell now when they step out on that carpet the way it really works. Is THEY COME OUT? And then a steady cam takes a bunch of shots or waiting for about ninety seconds before they start talking. The set director says don't say anything. Just look at the sharks and let us get our tight shots of you from the various steady cam angles. So they're sitting there. They've been waiting all day. They walk out there. The Lights are on the twenty. One cameras are on them. The sharks are looking at them and at that moment I can sense their Ara and I know exactly whether we have winners or losers. They don't even have to say anything. I just have to look at them and I know right away and I'm not right some of the time on this. I'm right one hundred percent I can now at this point sense the aura of success or losers. Okay so can we. Our producer has a genius idea. Can we haven't walked in the room and you can sense his aura. Just get understand. Walk in the room is one of the smartest ideas. I won't tell you what you have to tell me. I'll put the oil say tell me that is revolutionary for the card game The car space you like cars. Do you think the world probably like people use the term space instead of your income through cups. I love that Harry. Go end up in the middle right in the middle and then Cameron and let's get our steady cam shot. Mr Wonderful is looking him up and down. Okay hang on. We need to get the shot. Yankees wearing stained shirt. It is Mardi gras though so he probably was drinking earlier okay. I think we're ready ready. You want the answer. Hanks a loser. Come on pitch an idea with that t shirt on and the sweat getting pitching it. I'm sorry man you got to be a winner. You gotta be ready. You have to be on your game when you walk in a room like this. Hey don't even say anything loser. Explain your idea real quick. Hank are you're going to bed every night. You WanNA get your mouth. Alway coursed all I have so many. They're doing he's got to tell you about. This was already been on shark tank. The car different version. That may or may not be better listerine and NYQUIL combined basically cut your time getting ready for bed and half. Hank. Don't give up your day job. Was I right. Yeah I don't even think about it think about it. I just thought about it real if Lori was here really bad I believe we see. I do like how in Laurie would say you. Keep Goin keep up. Oh I can't invest in that but will you keep going. That's wonderful that's disingenuous. That's the line. I told the truth. That idea socks lose. Everyone has. He's not a loser. The idea is a loser. My point about the Karma is. I sense their idea and I can say loser when it is a loser because that is a dog. Oh okay I got I got one. I'm just GONNA go. I'm not even GONNA walk into the room. I'm not gonNA wait for the steady cam. Okay nightcaps what we don't no one wears nightcaps anymore. We used to wear them all the time. They'RE GONNA COME BACK TEAM. Brandon nightcaps. Nfl nightcaps they'll look like I'm just going off the cuff right now. I haven't even thought. They looked like little helmets. And maybe the strap goes around your Chin. Looks like a face mask boom sort of like scrooge right. Yeah except branded right to your team. Yeah sold No no definitely not. I don't think nightcaps are popular these days because yet well what's happened since the days of Scrooge I'll tell you why they wore nightcaps a little history lesson for you in scrooges day when you went into your bedroom it was.

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