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How to Deal With A Lack of Passion in Your Job and Life
"If there is one problem that one on one coaching clients come to me with more than anything else. It's this problem. I don't feel passionate about my work. Or i want my work to be my passion. How do i do that. And we hear it all the time. Right this quote. From steve jobs is just one way but we hear all the time. If you love what you do you'll never work a day in your life and other things like that and that is a lovely idea. That's a lovely experiment and if it's what you're striving for men make it your goal i mean go for it but hear me out in this episode because i don't think that that necessarily has to be the case so in the united states we've talked about this in prior episodes where we've talked about role gulf meant this idea that our identity gets very wrapped up in our title and in the job that we do this particularly strong or something that happens in the united states. We tend to identify with our work and with our title more than other countries and other cultures. Do we also work really long hours. And so when you put those two things together the role that our workplace in our identity and also the amount of our life that are work takes up. We can almost forget that there's life outside of work or that there's opportunity to be passionate outside of work. We looked to this lack of passion in our lives and the first place we think to get it is from our job but is that the only place and that's the question. I wanna pose. I'm not saying that it's impossible. No one can be passionate about their work. That's definitely not true. But if you are not passionate about your job and there are real barriers in place for you to make a change or you're not even sure what direction to go just yet. I would offer that asking yourself the question of how might i be able to feel that passion or express that passion in ways outside of my job is a much more near term realistic way to get that passion. Engine fired up then making a sweeping career
Tokyo Olympics: Officials Report First Covid Cases in Athletes' Village
"Now before the opening of the Olympics, and there's a number of athletes and officials testing positive, of course now Tokyo itself has brought in emergency measures. There's talk of being basically 1/5 wave of the virus in Japan and Rupert Wingfield Hayes has been speaking to some of the senior officials and joins us now but first, Rupert, can you bring us up to date with Not only who and how many have have tested positive, but also if we know anything about how they contracted the virus. What can you tell us? So the number we're talking about now inside the Olympic bubble 55 confirmed cases of covid testing positive. Um in the Olympic village yesterday, three people, So that's the first cases inside the Olympic village of actual athletes, and that's three members of the South Africa. South African football team tested positive Two players and one coach. And then today we've heard the team G B. So the Great Britain team eight members of that team have had to self isolate after arriving in Japan because they have had close contact with someone who tested positive on the flight over from London to Tokyo. There But none of those members of team of team GB have tested positive themselves yet and we hope obviously they don't but they are being told to isolate and they'll have to go through several PCR test before they can get back into training, so that's the sort of disruption inside the Olympic bubble. Outside. We're getting daily numbers of over 1000 new cases of covid amongst the general population in Japan every day now
12 European Soccer Clubs Announce New Breakaway Super Leagues
"On sunday. The world of soccer was rocked by the announcement that some of the biggest clubs in europe are forming a super league not unfortunately to fight super villains but to play very lucrative soccer matches against one another. The owners of the proposed twenty team super league spun it as a way to help fix what has been broken about the wife of champions league and take soccer the next level there are twelve breakaway clubs so far three from italy event is inter milan and a c milan three from spain. Barscelona real madrid and let it go. Madrid and six from england manchester city manchester united liverpool chelsea arsenal taught name hotspur spurs just fired head coach josie marino finally making him the first coach sacked in the super league era how exciting the blowback to the super league announcement has been swift and harsh a monday for president. Alexander shefrin called breakaway owners. Snakes and promised that players on those clubs who play in the super league will be banned from participating in the world. Cup or the euro's on sky sports monday night football former player and coach gary neville issued basically a call to arms to all english football fans players and coaches to stop the super league the trade monopoly. A closed shop atonement. Where you're to be in western molester in champions league places forget it. They don't get into the champions league anymore doesn't matter where they finish in the league was the point they take away everything in this country. The pyramid the sincerity of competition the state integrity of competition that we value and the taking it away. Yeah we know that. Monday nights have got more money. We know liverpool of moment. And we know the moment we can live with without. They'll always be top clubs who have more money but they can be beaten by sheffield united. Oh mickens role with fulham and trying to take that away to create franchise football. Never it can never happen.
How Rod Thorn's Career Started
"Rod thorns a hall of famer. He's done just about everything basketball including playing college years in the pros the second pick in the nineteen sixty three draft in the nba through seventy one coach of the sonics. But then in nineteen seventy-three rod your aba career started. How did that start. What was that call like. Well i had been an assistant coach ryan with the new New york nets and we had weighed The saint louis spirits and the first first round of the playoffs The previous year and we beat them during the regular season ten consecutive times. We beat them the first game of the playoffs and then they proceeded to win the next four So they had eliminated us and their coach Resigned and i was offered the job and and ended up taking it Harry wealth man who was at that time the gm of the spirits We've had several conversations and So i ended up taking the job so you had had initially been an assistant though. Correct when when you were with the nets right. That is correct. The kevin lottery was terrific. Coach was our ed oates and we had won one championship and lost in spirits. The next year so. I had been an assistant coach for two
Chiefs release Eric Fisher, Mitchell Schwartz
"Are very lucky. Chris canty that we have breaking news. Because otherwise i would be sitting here yelling at human. They are yelling at me to go immediately to diana. Rossini lonzo has breaking news out of kansas city. Diana what are we have. Yeah adam schefter. Just broke at the kansas city chiefs have now made to gigantic cuts. Both of their tackle. Starting left tackle eric fisher and right tackle jeff schwartz. These two are key players on this offensive line. We know that they didn't play in the super bowl. Obviously eric fisher tours achilles right before so he was unable to play in it and jeff fisher was really working hard. Excuse me jeff. Shorts was really working hard to come back and he said on instagram himself that he was going to be one hundred percent ready to go for this upcoming season. We talked last week all about this week. Being a really difficult week we called it. A massacre at least one coach told me that. And that's what it is. Look at what. The kansas city chiefs are doing off of line that we knew were struggling in the super bowl because they didn't have those two guys no longer on the team. Now
Stay-At-Home Mom Starts Bamboo Baby Biz
"Thicky weinberg is a momma to based in the uk used to have a corporate job but suffered from post natal depression. After our first child was born she then retrained as a children's yoga teacher in cape local class during her second pregnancy picky had some issues with her hip and back then she couldn't teach anymore. It had to find someone to cover her classes but by the time the baby was born she was ready to do something anything even though she didn't know what one dave vicky was listening to pat plans smart passive income. Podcasts she heard a story about two guys selling products on amazon. The idea of living on the beach with laptop wasn't her kind of lifestyle but having the freedom to work whenever and wherever she wanted that was being an idea sparked to create a brand of high quality baby products that can be used reused and gifted to other families and so when our second baby was only six weeks. Old tiny chipmunk came to life as well. Vicki knew she wanted to create a range of bamboo baby products and use google's keyword tool to research. What would come first. She leaned on baby swallows and used ninety nine designs to find a logo design by. She went to alibaba dot com to search for a supply at the same time. She ordered samples of similar products from amazon to scope out. The existing market wants. Her product was ready. Vicky place the order spent time building her website making an amazon listing. She worked whenever she could which was mostly when the kids snapped and even though it took her about eight months to get to launch. She's glad she did. Tiny chipmunk has become vicki's main work. Bogus bring at least twenty five thousand dollars a year in profit. She doesn't have to work set hours because the business mostly runs itself in fact even though she had to homeschool her kids and cut back on her hours over the past year sales remained steady. Still there have been some challenges. at first. she had no idea what legal disclaimers and other information. She had to put on your packing so she went back to google and ninety nine designs to find a packaging designer but she never received a sample from her chosen supplier before placing the full order. This turned out to be a big mistake because the quality was poor. The cardboard was way too thin and kept ripping which led to products getting damaged luckily option by the time she restocked she could go back in time. Vicky also says she wouldn't have tried to do everything herself nor tried to be everywhere at the same time. Most of the marketing strategy she tried didn't work ended up costing her money and time a better approach would have been for her to focus on one sales channel for example one social media platform and build from there. Fortunately as her business has grown vicky has to nowadays. She doesn't just sell products online. She also coaches other people who want to sell products. She's happy to work on both projects. They feel good. They fit in with your family life. She chooses what she does. She does it for as well as where when. And how as a bonus she's also gained confidence and new connections going forward. The plan is to launch more of her own products while helping other people create and sell. There's no plans to do less one on one coaching. Instead move towards more group. Coaching and courses it all starts with baby steps.
Episode 29; Classic Conversations, topic is College Football - burst 01
"Sanity get off mardi grass walkom to the old me as podcast. Yeah we got a great one for you today. I'm on this kick with classic so the current series of classics. This segment is going to be on football. Which is apropos to something. That occurred the night before this recordings being made last night. Was the college football national championship game in. It was spectacular. And you've heard me talk about college football before you know how much i admire. Love college football. I've got a few friends and we have one today's guest who share my affinity for college football with us. Today is one coach. Butch democrats butch how are you. I'm good how are you rock. I'm doing great. I'm doing great my my listeners. May or while you're kind of famous in the world. I live in but some of my listeners. May not be familiar with with you. Can you tell us a little background. Specifically to football What brought you to football your earliest memories of football and where you're at now. Gosh well. I guess we'll just start back. Started playing in third grade Actually grew up in a small town. Just outside of allentown pennsylvania. It was about an hour north philly
Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona dies at 60
"Are expected to pay their respects in buenos aires. Thursday as maradonas coffin lies in state at the casa rosada or pink house presidential palace. In naples where. Madonna led napoli to italian league championships in nineteen eighty-seven and nineteen ninety. Thousands of people congregated in streets and in front of the studio sao paulo to sing swap stories and mourn. He was the first power figure that united the world of football says kantor everyone regardless of their nationality wanted to see him play because of his magic. He made argentina famous around the world. He made napoli famous around the world. It's very hard for any reader to understand what he meant for. Napoli the very poor southern city in italy that no one paid attention to and suddenly this kid put napoli on the map playing soccer and rebelled against the industrial north and beat the powerhouses of milan and event events. An inter. who were the more important and powerful teams not only in italy but in the and europe especially maradona hailed from a shantytown on the outskirts of buenos aires and made his professional debut with the club. Argentinos juniors when he was fifteen. I was in the stadium for his first game. Says in reggae mail. A florida psychologist. Who grew up in buenos aires. Now that's become a myth. A million people now say they were there. But i really was. I promise mel talked to his niece in buenos aires on wednesday she said the streets were eerily silent like a cemetery during the day of madonna's death but nineteen eighty six argentina england world cup quarter-final the game in which maradona certified his legend carried particular significance for argentina following the nineteen eighty two falklands war england prevailed in the military conflict with argentina over sovereignty of the archipelago. Some three hundred miles off of argentina's southern coast maradona scoring the first goal with the hand of god and the second goal being the greatest golden history. It gave the argentinians some type or redemption against the english says kantor on the world cup stage and donna could not replicate the nineteen eighty six title while he was still brilliant at the nineteen ninety world cup. Argentina lost to west germany in the final in nineteen ninety four in the united states. He was kicked out of the tournament for testing positive. For ephedrine better donnas demons were well-documented. He struggled with drug addiction. Voracious appetites before wednesday. He dodged several near death experiences. Diego had died so many times before. Kantor it's incredible that he lived this long despite his imperfections. Maradona will be mourned. The world over champions league games had moments of silence. One coach recommended that madonna's number ten be retired throughout world soccer. The vatican announced that pope francis was keeping madonna in his prayers. Undoubtedly for me. He is the greatest player of all time says cantor. He played in an era much different than today. It was more physical game. He was butchered in every single game that he played and he excelled. He had the ball glued to his left foot. His center of gravity was so low. He was just a magician with the ball. An artist poetry in motion.
Playing to Win With Shawn Harper
"We are back on the virtual state of the Authority projects. You are the project and we WANNA slept with thirty two your name so you can sell what you're great at in. We have a treat for you today and his name is Sean Hopper. He is a former. Nfl Player. I loved the failed love football all day every day. Like I said we can probably talk about that for an hour. But we're not here for that. We're here to to make sure that you finish off strong in twenty twenty but before we dive in. Please tell US Shawn first of all who you are personally and professionally personally. Shaun Harper personally a warrior. I'm a child of God. I don't hide that. I think that often is huge. And so what? I'll just you know go there you know speaking with. Your Voice of WHO? You are mentally spiritually socially is is is extremely important if you WANNA win in two thousand twenty and end in two thousand twenty one Born raised in the south side of Columbus Ohio Had had had a very interesting childhood. But I've learned how to rebrand my adversity By looking for opportunities in looking at it from a perspective of gratitude professionally like you mentioned plate seven years professional football with the rams with the colts retired. And now I Not only run. I have my own firm for almost twenty years. I teach people how to win. That's me I love it awesome. I am so excited So tell us right now before we go further in. Tell us what project. You're currently working on right now. We know what right yes short. I just finished my first Coaching course it's it's it's actually finished. It's so new that I'm not even gonNA advertise today. A Shaun Harper wins. Probably some time next week. It'll be up but I am so excited about that in house actually challenged because you know I cut my teeth on speaking so I travel in speak all over the world and people have been challenging me like you know what this great. You're able to speak great. You have a platform but you know what when you leave. You're gone you know where the books so I hadn't heard him get books like where's your courses and so I had my first course finishing s what. I'm working on right now. Okay great okay. So let's let's get into it. Let's get into it. Tell us where do you begin? Tell us your journey like what took it to this place where you're in the space of being on stage. You're doing courses now. You're you're writing books to inspire others the that all Derived FROM OKAY. So in order for you to For me to really explain that I have to give a little back story of my personal life of my upbringing. In a kind of forced a shift in my perspective ideology and my thinking born born and raised in the south side of Columbus Ohio. And most people think you know if you play professional football your business owner you must have had great opportunities growing up silver spoon in the mouth and you know nothing. Nothing I promise you. Nothing could be further than the truth. I struggle started early a as a a product of a single home environment. Mom was mom and Dad End in Butler made whatever you have as what she wasn't. She raised six of us all by herself. Amazing six kids. One house bathroom Mom did that. She's she's a remarkable woman Educationally I really suffered a had to repeat the first grade document with four to five learning disabilities by ten miles in the fifth grade. I was kicked out of two schools for disciplinary issues Left Highschool with the one point. Six two accumulative Jeff. Nine Alesi T. A. in fact I didn't even start in a well. I barely started in high school football. I wasn't honorable. Mention all conference all city allstate or intergalactic. None of that in fact I would. I would sit at the banquets now. The other way in the back eating at nasty court on blue and guys are getting into audience. Awards and I was just so upset. I wouldn't I wouldn't tell no one but I was extremely depressed. Angry in in fact. I was voted most likely to fail in. Know right here From graduating last in my class in academics I get a phone call from junior college two year school in Iowa. And you're like Sean. We want you to come to Mason City Iowa. Junior college to play football coach. Believes you have this thing called potential. You know what a that and a I go to the Cornfield. The cornfields of Mason City Iowa in the first year at the junior college. I sat the bench the entire season. Not One play and I remember calling my mom like mom I quit. You know I give up. I'm done know know I'm I'm expecting Montlake. Baby you try come on home the opposite boy state you. You Ain't coming home like what are you coming home to get violent. Just just things in home. No don't get stale way and sometimes that shift is good for kids and so going into the second year. I had a conversation with myself and the conversation was more on the lines of you're right or they're right. You don't have the education. You don't have the accusation. You horwood football you suck right now. Okay There's no way you can be successful right but you can win. You can win and the moment I made that paradigm that shift in my mind you can win. I begin to look at life differently. A beginning look at life as a challenge to begin to look at opportunities that I've never seen like I begin to macgyver. Life right and I went from sitting on a bench with the winning mindset that I was able to adapt if you want to expand on that to being you know junior college hall of Fame All Region Full Scholarship Indiana University draft any. Nfl Pick in fourth run to taking the same concept of winning and bringing bringing it to corporate America.
How to Run Effective In-Person and Online Workshops with Dr. Isabeau Iqbal
"Welcome to episode number eighty of the ground blogger podcast. This is the podcast for helping them exchanged the world through online business helping you by giving you the tools and tips strategies. You need to build an online business around your research experience and your background around the change. You want to make in the world. I'm your host doctor Crisco. It is episode. We're doing interview on how to run an effective in person and online Workshop to do that. We have back on the podcast. Dr. Iqbal from he's the boat, and we're really excited get around the podcast. Dr. Iqbal. Thank you for coming back on. Thanks Chris for having me back and really happy to be able to have this conversation with you today suppose you have been listening to the last couple of weeks and months. We had a table on an episode 74 the podcast talking about starting a coaching business as an academic her background their her story about how she started her her business where she coaches ambitious perfectionist dead. And around the higher education space talk about her journey things like how she finds clients and just overall some ideas around how to build up a business as a coach some really important takeaways there were around focus on doing just that make sure you get the skills actually be able to build a business what you're doing. It's not just coaching people you have to do but you have to actually sell services and build up an infrastructure there as well with certification a lot of other important topics as well. I want to get Isabelle back on for a couple of reasons to talk about this process of online workshops. So reason number one is that Workshop facilitation. I'm not exactly sure why but maybe she can can point out but seems to be a place where a lot of academics start there entrepreneurship journey. I think they probably have some skill sets in this already and they start doing and finding a good at it and they kind of built this up as a home service offering it they can do at other universities. The second kind of reason is if you're doing one-on-one coaching like, you know all the coaches who had on the podcast for it started with then moving dead. More towards as many to one model moving more towards workshops where you can teach and coach and help multiple people at once seems to be a place that that coaches and academic coaches in particular seem to gravitate towards as well. So in this episode over and talk about why should you consider adding workshops to your business model and talk about what are some of the common key components around planning and effective workshop and delivering an effective Workshop or how how to keep paging aged and maybe even more importantly if you want to keep the business running keep an organized there's happy and what this does look like as we transition in the space over in today to online more online learning more online workshops more online events. So as always, you know, the transcripts of this podcast episode at gravatar.com. Eighty. That's 801 probably pull out a cheat sheet with tips on running and planning effective Workshop from this intervention download at that link as well. So Isabelle we covered your kind of story your backstory while you got in the business how you build your business over the last number of years and episode 74 taking this one will probably just jump right into why wage In your business. Do you include workshops as part of your your business model? Sure. Yeah. It's pretty much what you were saying just a few moments ago. So initially it was really because off I have experience and comfort and designing and facilitating workshops from my career as an educational developer at a university teaching Learning Center. And I really enjoy Sylhet ating. So it seemed like a natural place to a natural thing to to include also as I talked about in that previous conversation that we had. I was initially trained through a tool called the Clifton strengths assessment and that approach is really focused. Well, not only on individual strengths but also team's strengths and team collaboration. So it did seem also like a really good fit with with that approach and then of course in terms of Revenue wage So what you were saying just a few minutes ago again was around. I do the one on one coaching and then to have an offer where I could also offer request with groups. It helps me in terms of having more reach and more impact in in that way to that makes a lot of sense and I have seen this come up with folks are inside the self tanner Community people they worked with and coaching where you if you're doing one-on-one services and it doesn't have to be coaching. It could be website design. It could be any sort of service of that your your business office told there's a there's inherent maximum roof. You can only you know work so many hours in a week. Hopefully, it's less than than fifty sixty seventy. Eighty. If you're if you're doing things, you know the wage like to see and maybe less than forty or Thirty if you're really dialed-in and sure you can charge more but charging more is also a tough one cuz it's not, you know charging 30% more is pretty hard to do age. Turning sixty percent more is even harder to but the end of the day, how do you charge you know, ten times or a hundred times more it's hard to do on 121. You can really move into these other models. We can serve more people at one time exactly wage. Yeah, so someone's just getting started and they're thinking well, I I do have some skills and workshops. Like you said, I understand some of the tools and I'm interested expanding into this. I think we zoom out to sort of rain this, from what are the key components around planning and effective Workshop where the pieces that we we should dive into in the rest of this conversation. Yeah, because the planning is so crucial to say you are running effective workshops. So I have eight suggestions around planning effective workshops. And the first is to to learn more about your clients need so often I'll get a phone call or an email and it'll be a really vague requests. We'd like a workshop around strengths and that dog Tell me a lot. So one of the very first things I do is request a phone meeting where I can find a little bit more about what the client is is 1:15, and that is so so helpful find things about you know, who the participants are going to be their age their backgrounds their education, whether they know each other down there strangers. So those bits will really help with the with the planning and then another part around client needs is how do they want to work together? So some people want to be more involved and others don't and I think that it's really important to to know that up front because it will help ensure their satisfaction with with the process. So that's that's one piece and I'm not sure if I should pause if you have follow-up questions or questions continued.
Alabama coach Nick Saban and athletic director Greg Byrne test positive for COVID-19
"Nick Saban, the head football coach at Alabama has tested positive for covert 19 what we know right now, J. We know that he says he found out earlier this afternoon and in a statement that the school released earlier today, he says that he is asymptomatic. So we found out went home immediately. He is working from home and offensive coordinator Steve Sarkeesian will oversee preparations at the complex. As he says In that statement, Also the athletic director of the University of Alabama Greg Burn, says he has tested positive today as well. He tested positive this morning. He He says that he wanted to self isolation immediately. We've been diligent about mask worrying and social distancing from the start and want to continue to encourage you all to take the necessary precautions to help stop the spread of the virus for yourself and those around you. So this is the first coach in the SEC to get it, especially this close to a game and face use. Mike Norville also had it earlier this year. But they played the game without him. So we'll see if that's what happens between Georgia, Alabama, but right now still scheduled for eight o'clock
A Recap of the 2020 Overwatch League Awards
"Ali's were such a an unqualified success. I think is the correct terminology to use their you know just so critically acclaimed and and so positively received by all over watch league fans that the League has decided to copy some of our awards and assigned some some coach of the years, the Dennis Aleka Award winner, and the rookie of the year were announced I. Believe all of them were announced this past weekend and moon one coach of the year so. I mean, we even gave you the right answer and run. Was One of our nominees as well. Right? One mccreavy one that Dennis Award. have no comment. I see my comments from last year about what that what that award turned into what it could have been but major props for the Housi- re tweet That is. Now and then alarm is the rookie the year that one was a little bit of a no brainer to be perfectly honest when you're a rookie and squarely in fairly significantly in the MVP running then right you really should win this I really liked his announcement video i. don't know if you saw it but Made me like the player a little bit more just kind of his attitude about the whole thing like. It when he was asked about it, he said you know. I care about this almost more than I care about the MVP award. I've got a lot of cracks to try to win the MVP award I only get one go at rookie of the year and so I think that was just a really good attitude from out it, and then you could see when they told him obviously the emotion that he was really a little overwhelmed there and it's got to be great to put it all that hard work and get some form of accolades or acknowledgement of that and I thought he was. Really. Gracious accepting everything like that. Quick to put some a lot of the credit and accolades onto his teammates and CETERA. So. It was very professional kind of response and a very mature attitude towards the whole awards process just yeah. Just really made me like alarm a little bit more. I. Mean if his his play wasn't enough does seem like somebody that really gets what the League is about in going for you know has the right attitude about everything and should continue to be great and hopefully does get the MVP award in the future. Yeah Keep it up. He's been great. Yeah. I. Mean It's a flood has got to retire at some point. but yeah, I think it's interesting. That you point that out death because it's it's almost refreshing to see an east sports athlete like. Take a more or like. The things that you're saying are not like. You know revolutionary right like we see like this is the this is the the mainstay for traditional sports. It's like the PR answer but like you can give the PR answer and still put your own spin on it in your own emotion on it, and it can still be true. It's just like I don't know I've almost maybe it's because we're boomers now. Or maybe it's just. Or maybe it's because we're deadened to the like I'm just so over the like. I'll call it. The livestream fails like mentality of everything where it's just like, Oh, well, I'm going to just be I'm going to be. I'm going to say something stupid here I'm GonNa try to 'cause I'm going to try to cause something out of nothing and it's like sometimes you can just give the professional answer and and and be fine. So I don't know I I like the from it. was going to be that I, mean, there's definitely more than one way you can go about doing this and this is this his kind of. Is Answers his. The way he portrayed it and himself in that situation was a little bit the cookie cutter way. But you you definitely need both right has without having the cookie cutter way even norm than the other people that are a little more outlandish is interesting or it really right and almost waters it down in its own way. So it's it's great to see. You know this kind of attitude mentality recognized I think it it. Only enhances anybody goofy about it in the future trying to think of anybody really was goofy about it though not. Not Not in this case, I'm just thinking and I'm not even necessarily thinking about overwatch specifically I'm just thinking of like in general like. Not Everyone Yeah Sinatra was like a little bit arrogant about it after the fact but like Kinda gracious in the moment, which was which was called four I think he absolutely handled it a little different with MVP You know and then at to me, it's it's weird when you are hearing the acceptance speeches and stuff, and maybe this is a mark that I'm getting used to that a little bit can like listen to the message but like when it comes through a translator. And then when you're hearing the words, the emotion is one degree separate right? Try like apply the inflection in the language. You don't understand the more deadpan words coming from. Fair to say the Jonet wasn't exactly that way you know anything like that. And obviously, this is this is a different award. I don't really remember eighty rookie of the years in the past and I did it. and. was. Everybody. So the award didn't make much sense there. So yeah, I don't really remember I mean I remember who won last year I just don't remember anything about the unveiling of the announcement. So yeah. Yeah I don't know it was just a good job overall by production maybe too dumb things out I really did enjoy the award announcements. Yeah. does this time around for sure
Interview with Khalil Zahar, Founder of FightCamp
"Guys that's Martin from shape. We're here right now in San Francisco Studio and unconnected to aid today on with the founder of fights cab Saha. Could you why don't you deduce yourself? It'll. Yeah. Awesome. First of all, thanks a lot for receiving me on the PODCAST. Martin. So my name is Lil- I'm the CO founder, CEO Camp and weekly started Fi Kim about a year and a half ago. So. If I is an interactive corn boxing gym, it comes with everything you need to start boxing and actually follow videos that are built by the best trainers of all the west coast they all fighters they all have obviously a tremendous fight expands but they're also great fitness instructor general for the listener on on our show that has never seen. It's what should be should be mentioned punching back and a pair of gloves. So what be? Yes. So it comes with a free standing bag. The best standing back on the market with a pair of didn't win leather gloves made an approved by fighters with a workout Matt, a pair of with be called quick grabs and the special sauce is who? Motion trackers that you put into quick wraps Ma and detract your hands a thousand times per second trek speed and my my punches. How many punches I'm doing per minute of what should I expect? Yes they tracked the type of country throw the measured the speed of the bunches basically build your output profile from one round to the other. What about impact? Not The impact is really the velocity. Okay. The of your hand and which actually throwing and how does like the coaching look like you were mentioning that you have coaches of all over the place and should I imagine like watching them like on my TV or iphone ourselves for me? Yes. So it comes with an APP you can the. Myriad on a large screen TV or you can watch the workouts on an IPAD whatever you prefer, and then from there, it's Kinda like all you can eat buffet. Really. So if you're advanced, you can jump straight into the advanced workouts right away we go and deep into the complex combinations. We'd practice footwork and the workouts very intense. Otherwise, it can literally start at the very first time. You've you're you're throwing your first punch. So we have what we call the prospect where it takes you from zero boxing experience teaches you to six inches and then at the end of the prospect path which. is about a four weeks program you actually know how to six months probably you know how to stand you know the basics Balkan it's mostly regular boxing the offer classes for a time boxing mma Nelson actually were focusing on boxing at the moment but we're having a lot of internal conversations around providing kickboxing as well as a kickboxing in multi, really as a as a an expansion and so so who's like you you're right now is it really like what you just mentioned on the beginners or is it like somebody that's been into boxing all their life or hundred, seventy, four for you Guys. Yeah, it's really seventy five percent beginners, but it's actually very interesting to see like a lot of them are now not beginners anymore So you know we kind of took a bunch of them. You know through the program you get to see videos online and on the social media and they're getting very proper form on have the basics of boxing. Of course, they don't have the in ring experience right visit steely it's a home virtual experience. Yeah. You can't really compete against somebody else right right. So Yeah, you actually can compete but on up put and precision you can't compete on. Actual defense offense. Of course, you're not going to get him. You know and does like a class look like, is it one on one coaching tailored to me or is it like a big class like pedal tone style or yet is really a group class? So it's you'll have usually the video stream will be divided into not that it's divided on the screen per se but vary between having the camera centered on the coach, and then you're getting bureau that is very dynamic. The camera moves around in the class and focuses on the participants taking the class live at our studio in Newport beach. For for me, you know like me having like an iphone like my supposed to put up my iphone like somewhere like on a on a counter, and then look at it while I'm like punching out on my back or how should I mention it? Yeah. That's a very good question like there's not a lot of people use it only with the with the iphone unless they're traveling aren't as they're actually using it in a gym gym or their apartment Jim the vending most people digging each day my cable upload, the Stream directly on on a big screen. TV. Your accent. Yeah. Oh we have a portion of our users. We actually are doing it on the night pat about Apple TV, that works as well Yeah. You can mirror exactly. You can use apple TV to mirror the the stream directly on a big screen TV as well. That's definitely the best experience you're getting very loud sounds and music. You hear the voice really really properly, the nose of the bag doesn't supplant the voice of the trainer lifts. Your stats are displayed very big for you. So like you're really into it, you feel like you're you're being tracked in. Really part of a group experience and it's both IOS and android os mostly s right now. Saying. It's only on ISLA, its and so why are people doing it Do they just WanNa, get a workout and they are not happy with you know like an experience like Peleton or maybe the half a pedal tone and want to supplement it with something else or do they actually want to get into boxing learn those skills forward let's say self defense. Yeah it's interesting. So. Like calm, we have two types of customers. The first type of customers really just will always intrigued boxing They want to do it because it's a work of that Jesse get something out of it even though you would stop working out after a year like you would still acquire the skills and those are self defense skills. You know a lot of people are mystified by you know. How to actually throw a punch and Hudson do properly. So that was one of our customers the other portion of because there is actually coming from the idea that boxing is the best workout to get in shape and the discovered the fundamentals and techniques through fight Cam. So the first reason they joined is for fitness purposes really assuming that boxing is the best workout out there the. Other portion come straight because they want boxing, but they can't attend to have a busy lifestyle. Their young parents hitting the gym is increasingly harder would a busy schedule? so that's the other proposition that they really resonate with and
The Scoop on CBD With David Krantz
"Hey everyone. I am here with David Krantz David thank you so much for being with us here today it's good to have you back on the show. To push back, really appreciate you reaching out and setting this up. Yeah. Well, for those who don't know you, you've been on the show. But you are a sought after certified EPA genetic coach. Last time you're on the PODCAST, we talk specifically about epigenetics. Specialize in personalized nutrition, genetic testing optimal. You are the two thousand Nineteen International Forum on Healthcare Advancement, top one, hundred health innovator nominee, and your best known for creating the appear on genomics indicate cab annoyed panel. So you know a lot about the economic system, CBD EPA genetics all these sort of Geeky side things that I love to just like dive down deep into especially when we sent her that around. Because there's so much there. So I'm excited and let's dive in last time you talked about certified your work is a certified. Coach can you briefly share your journey a little bit of background for those that may be missed that episode WanNa know a little more about who you are and how you got here? Absolutely. So I like a lot of people who find themselves in the healing world had to really kill myself and figure out my own stuff I, and that's really what led me into the path. And My background is actually in music and electric music production performance, and in my early twenties I was touring musician and Meyde lifestyle and all the stressors not taking care of my body really just 'cause my health to crash and I started having these weird symptoms I was passing out randomly, which was not fun like wake up and realizing that I was just unconscious for a little bit. I saw a number of the mainstream doctors and they're basically like well, you're like a healthy young guy in his twenties like you're not. GonNa. Die of a heart attack. We can tell you that you're not gonNa you know. You don't have diabetes. We can tell you that right and beyond that there wasn't a lot of actual useful actionable information, and so it really forced me to do my own research and figure out what's going on. I've been listening to this podcast with the Guy Dr Dan Stickler, who is a world renowned expert in genetics and epigenetics sand I listening to all of his podcast episodes that he had out. And there wasn't anyone really talking about this stuff in this angle and I took a walk on my lunch break one day at work and realize the logo of this podcast that I've been listening to was literally on the building next door. Like one hundred yards from whereas working and the doctor had an office next door to me that I didn't know about. So wild. And so I immediately booked a time I wanNA blood work done with them. I wanted to work with them and it turned out they're actually looking to hire someone with an audio background to help them develop meditation programs and stress relief programs for this experimental sound chamber. They've built in this clinic and I turned out I had the perfect background you know immediately want to. Start working with them and right around the same time. This Guy Dr Dance declare who's he's a consultant to Google lectures at Stanford. He started a training program for teaching genetics teaching epigenetics and I haven't the replaced at the right time basically, and he was like, Hey, you should you know be a Beta tester refer this program like you kind of have a basis for it. Me Can pass his knowledge on to you actually said no at first I was still in the I`Ma musician. Kind of mindset and sure enough I actually ended up being the first coach that he trained. He's trained about three or four hundred worldwide now, and so that's really kind of what launched me into what I'm doing now, and since then I've gone on to develop a genetic test for economic function like you mentioned with Dr. Stickler and so it's really been a battle one eighty Cana journey for me in terms of going from someone who? Really needed help to kind of being on the other
How To Bring More Humanity To Your Leadership With Beth Weissenberger
"Hi Beth welcomes leadership, Biz Cafe I- nice to meet. You tend to be air. Thank you for having me so Beth to help frame our conversation today for those listening. I was wondering if you could start off by describing what your inner you career online program is, what's the pain point you saw and created this program to address? Shore If you look at most companies, for instance, they're the top. Let's call it five hundred to a thousand if it's a large organization and so most companies will pay for the top leadership to go through our workshops to go through. Now, our zoom workshops to go through our coaching programs But what do you do with the other thousand nok going to spend the big bucks on because you don't care about them? It's just. Were Coaching is expensive individual coaching, and so if you WANNA impact an organization and really raise the whole bar of an organization, you need everybody participating in the same language and the same work, and so we decided to invent our inner you career. We also have a life love and student, but our interview career for the companies that have many people who are not spending money on for coaching but want people to go through the method. And that you know is way different than paying you know a thousand and our for coaching you get twelve modules you get everything we teach our workshops in this one audio four, six, hundred, and fifty dollars, right? So that way companies can service. Their people that aren't getting the Individual One on one coaching and workshops. Now. I've had the chance best to go through your online course was particularly drawn to the program's goal of transforming how we view the word human from being a noun to a verb much. In the way we talk about googling something and what I love about this idea is how you point out that what this does is it puts the onus of change of becoming better and of being responsible for what we put out there on us now. Granted this is a bit of an abstract concept. So could you delve more into this idea of treating human as a verb and how does it create this pivot in terms of owning our own development and growth for sure? Yeah. No I love that. So to human, where now absolutely saying is avert like human a better like could you please learn to human better and remember I I coach C. Suite on and executives and top leadership team success for and if you take a leader so webbed are Whether of large organization or small, you want that leader to be the best human they could be the leader such that they're inspiring. They are know they're people to get the job done and to be great humans themselves. So it really is There are ways that we are as human beings that suck that absolutely suck as a parent as a leader as A. As a team member on a team you could name your top three things that you already know. You should do better human being wet, right like you know someone I was on the phone with someone the other day was looking at hiring us and he's a CEO of one million dollar company wants to bring it to a billion but knows that his being late to every meeting, his procrastinating his not doing things is getting in the way of his leadership and so that's not great unit that he is shows up late to his own meetings and it gets mad at people. Like how is that work as a human very So you start to hear and deal with not that you're a bad person we have what's great about us but we also have what sucks about us and most of us don't know how it impacts people. You know when I said to that CEO, like do you have any idea what the people make up in their own head about you showing applies to every meeting you have no clue. You know some of them will feel disrespected and thank you don't respect their time. Some of them will roll their eyes like how dare you Hold Neto account when you're not accountable and then you always have a frigging excuse about and get mad at me I have an excuse. So it is all about. Upping the ante on better humiliating as a human being yourself.
FC Dallas Pulls Out Of MLS Tournament As 10 Players Test Positive For Coronavirus
"DFC. Dallas announced 10 players and one coach of tested positive for Corona virus. The major league soccer organization, then made the decision that withdraw the team from the MLS is back tournament just two days before it start in Orlando, Florida FC FC Dallas Dallas President President Dan Dan Hunt Hunt our our players players on on they they work work so so incredibly incredibly hard hard and and I I know know that that they're they're disappointed disappointed not not playing playing in in the the tournament. tournament. And And you you know, know, they they say say this this has been, you know, 90 tough days to get ready for this and this return to play. I think immobilised made the right decision. Hunt says he looks forward to resuming the season once everyone is healthy.
Tanner Chidester - How to Boost Revenue with High-Ticket Sales
"Let's start with is the basics. What is a high ticket sale so typically? It's anything sold over three thousand dollars. You know some might argue that it's a little less, but typically it's anything that sold over three thousand dollars, the example of a high ticket sulphur business could be one to one coaching session how to do a handstand how to write a book how to get in shape. How to build an audience, it could be any things of that nature, so there's a lot of different things that can happen. But for me. Specifically two things I did to really build a very large businesses was in the fitness niche where I held a lot of trainers. I've also helped a lot of fitness. People get in shape so losing weight building muscle, and I also help some general business consultant, so those are examples of what you can do for high ticket sales where you're helping with a very serious problem, and you're giving a very high level of service, so the reason high ticket sales are so great is. Is ultimately they generate a lot of revenue in very short amount of time. So since you're selling them more expensive offering, you can sell a much smaller amount to get your goal so as a new business owner. This is great because at the end of the day. If you WANNA make ten k. a month, it's a lot easier to sell two or three three thousand dollar plus steals versus selling a couple hundred fifty dollar deals right, and that's why this is so good, especially as a beginning. Person In business because you don't have a lot of skill, you don't have a big budget and you have very little experience, so you want to do something that allows you to make a lot of mistakes and still make a lot of income because at the beginning of a business. That's what's going to happen now again. The reason this is so great is easy for beginners to implement, so you can do. Do a hunting different things. You can do cold calling which highly don't recommend, but you could do it. The other way to really do is starting to message. People be facebook linked in or Instagram, so I literally built my high ticket business about fifty thousand dollars a month before I, ever ran any paid ads by simply hustling a messaging people. So what I always say is, is that the fastest way or Or most efficiently, absolutely not, it's kind of like door door cells, but does it work for sure so if someone came to you and said Hey, look if you're willing to message people for six to eight hours a day for the next five six months, and it could get you to seven figures a year. Would you do it? That's kind of the reality with this type of situation when you start, it's. It's not super exciting, and it can take a lot of work, but once you get a rolling. It's amazing. It's just crazy. How much more you can do once you back cash and that's kind of the point of it now. The other way is once you really are getting these leads, and you start making a little bit of money organically. The way you really implement in making more faster is to. Add, facebook ads to this or you bads I usually say facebook ads for beginner, because it tastes a little less skill to run, but once I had thought approach from messaging someone getting them to a phone call, and then selling them over the phone. It was just easy to start running. More ads get more of those customers because for business roaming more revenue, it really comes down to making more sales and for to get more sales, you more applications to phone calls and get more of those more leads. Something also understand if I forgot to mention is you're going to have to sell these over the phone? No one's going to buy three thousand dollars plus private without talking to human being just keep down night. Night, it's possible without a blitz very difficult, and it would take a very expert type marketer so the beginner get them on the phone. Call and sell that way so going back to ads. If you wanted to scale now that she was starting to get clients, how do you get more leads? One of the best ways to do that is with the facebook. Ads give an example of how this looks so maybe you spend a thousand dollars on ads, right? And you get a hundred leads for about ten bucks a pop, so ten dollar leads is not that great, and for those listeners who don't know what a lead is thing of that is getting e mail a phone number something of that nature right now once you have those leads X. amount will sign up for a phone call. Usually it's ten to twenty percent, so let's go with the lower amount. Let's say I have one. Hundred leads ten sign up for a phone call at ten phone calls. Three will cancel to won't show up, and then you can close usually three out of five if you're. You're a good closer. If you're bad closer, you may close to out of five either way if you spend a thousand dollars and close to deals at three grand, you just made five thousand dollars, so if you're able to rinse and repeat that process, it's very simple to see how someone who doesn't know a lot about business can scale very rapidly, and that's what happened to me. When I started I had a lot of skill in terms of fitness and coaching, but I didn't know this part of business, and once I figured it out. It was very easy to scale because I had an amazing fulfillment. So that is the next way is once you get the organic messaging down and you have a process where you're getting clients, you WanNa, take that money and dump it into ads because that's GonNa. Let you scale to the next level. Now
The Advice Trap With Michael Bungay Stanier
"High in welcome to today's Webinar three central questions to build resilience in a topsy turvy time very excited to bring you today's host, the author of the coaching habit, which is the Best Selling Coaching Book of the century and Twenty nineteen. He was named the Number One thought leader in coaching by thinkers fifty. His most recent book is the advice trap. Please welcome Michael, being, gay here. Hey, everybody. I'm Michael Bungay Yeah. I am best known for writing this book. The coaching habits say let us more in change the way you lead forever. It's gone on to become this. Amazing phenomenon sold about eight hundred thousand copies. It's the Number One coaching book. Of the century, it's really captured people's imaginations. And that was a thrill that came out four years ago on February. The twenty, nine, th two thousand sixteen on Leap Day. and. I've got a new book out on the world. Then you book his the advice trap and the first piece of Information I. WanNa give you. Is this his my sophisticated presenting style? Don't write a book. I mean you've got to have a really good reason to write a book because it is mostly a miserable experience. Some of you will. No, that's because you've written books own and Kevin's written books. But the whole process of writing a book it is terrible. You get this idea in your head, and you write a first draft and it's so disappointing. The first draft is always ugly, ugly ugly, and then you write a second draft, and honestly the second draft is not much better than sometimes. It's actually worse. Third drafty still feel like you're going backwards fourth draft. You finally got your act together and you're. You're going to work in your. Your way to it by the seventh draft, the book and actually looking okay, but you hate yourself. You hate in the book. You hate the idea. You're pretty sure. Nobody's GonNa read it by the time you get your book out into the Weld Unsafe probably people won't read it. The statistics are grim. It's like less than a thousand people read most books, so you're going to be really clear about why you would wanNA write a book. So, why would I spend hours in the money and the time and the energy, and all of that sort of stuff on writing a new book? Well I had a reason. Because whilst I love the, success of the coaching habit I mean. I got thrilled by how many people had picked it up and I get emails regularly from people saying Michael This book actually has made a difference because in the book I say honestly there are seven good questions. And if you can start using those seven questions, you will become a more effective and efficient and and Bana person in your life. It doesn't matter if you're leading a team doesn't matter of your individual contributor doesn't matter if you don't look old, but you just have people who interact within your life seven good questions. Take you a long way down the pasta, being more coach like. And there are some people who write to me and they go Michael I started using seven questions I, used a kickstart question to begin a conversation, the learning question to end a conversation, the best coaching question in the world, and what else in the middle it's changing everything and I'm like I love that. But I also know is a a good number of people who. Pick up the bulk they Michael. It's a pretty good book too long to read. It's funny in bits is not so funny and other bits, but you know what it's. It doesn't suck as a book, but they say my. Nothing's changed. I've read the book, and even though I like the seven questions for some reason, I'm finding it really difficult to change my behavior to be more coach like him by more coach like what I mean by that is. Can you stay curious little bit longer? Can you rush to action and advice giving a little bit more slowly? So the part of what the advice trap is, about is tackling this issue of behavioral changes, really thinking to itself right, what why is it? So why is it easy for some than wiser difficult for other people to change their behavior to show up and be more coach
"one our coaches" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Yeah I think I think so as well. It's interesting because kiss burt. The two names. That Gonzaga are kissing. Philip Patricia. Kuenssberg is the better pro prospect right now but Patricia is the better college player like it. Patricia comes back in. Gaza comes back. You know. Get the they're both first team. Preseason all Americans and if Garza word to not come back for some reason you could make a strong case that Patricia should be The preseason national player of the year his numbers were incredible of for eight incredible team this past season and so I was talking to my friend. Brennan Green who works for one of the television stations in Spokane. And you know what to explain not that she needed me to explain it to her but what. I tried to explain it. It's one thing when you are somebody like. Ob Top it and you could come back to school beyond a preseason top ten team and beat the preseason national player of the year after already being a national player of the year or be the fifth pick in the draft. Like you know you're picking between the fifth pick in the you. Don't you just go? You're going to be the first pick in the draft of the eighth pick in the draft. Those aren't really difficult decisions for most people but with Philip. You're picking between what being pick forty eighth or not at all I mean. That's probably his realistic options. So if your options are be picked second round or not at all or come back to school be on the preseason number one team be a preseason first team all American and have an opportunity to lead a school to its first national championship in history. Like that's worth something like that's valuable Carmelo. Anthony didn't get paid every two weeks while I was at Syracuse. Or at least I don't think he did. It certainly wasn't a direct deposit in it. You know what I'm saying but like if you were to ask him about his most fun year playing basketball. I bet you that one year of college basketball leading Syracuse. To a national championship is on the list. Pretty high may be at the top. And so I assume for those reasons like Phillips. Really you know you can be a second round pick next year or or maybe even something better than that. But you'll never have an opportunity to be probably the best player on the best team at what you know in in the United States of America. Again it at any level of basketball. And he's going to have that opportunity this season and so I i. We'll see what he does. I like to think that if it were my son I would advise him to come back and take advantage of that unique situation. I'd like to think if it were me. I would advise him to come back. And take advantage of that situation and it is massive for Gonzaga Like you are going to be good no matter what they always are but we talked about it on a previous podcast. I have subsequently done all of the research on it and actually have a column. I think coming out Friday that that details it but Kansas State and Duke Michigan State Louisville Maryland were six of the top eleven teams in the final. Kim Pump standings this past season. It was number one. Kansas number four date number five Duke Number Seven Michigan State Number Nine Louisville Number Eleven Maryland. Six of the top eleven and the one thing they all had in common is that they benefited from legitimate. Nba Prospect. Like somebody who would have been picked in the two thousand nine hundred. Nba draft coming back to school. At Kansas. It was Devan does that Dayton it was. Ob Top at Duke. It was trade Jones at Michigan State. It was cash. It's Winston at Louisville is Jordan war at Maryland. It was Jalen Smith and as I also point out in the column Two Thousand Nineteen Champ. Virginia benefited from the Andre. Hunter coming back to school. Two thousand eighteen champ. Villanova benefited from Jalen Brunson and Miquel bridges coming back to school two thousand seventeen champ. North Carolina benefited from Justin Jackson. Coming back to school so the past three national champions. The team that was favored to win the two thousand twenty tournament if we played it and six of the top eleven teams in the final Kim pomp standings this past season all have one thing in common they got a legitimate NBA prospect to come back to school. And so that's where it Gonzaga fits right now with both protrusion and kiss per. Can they get them both to come back to school? Can they get one of them to come back to school? What happens if they lose both because what recent history shows us is that? That's the key to winning a national championship. It's not necessarily enrolling the best recruiting class. I mean you'd love to do that as well. But the teams that are usually very good in the sport are teams that return legitimate NBA players as opposed to enroll legitimate NBA players. That's what that's what the research shows at least. Yeah which definitely makes a lot of sense just thinking aloud here. Perhaps for our next pod whenever we do it next week the deadline Sunday. So maybe we get it done earlier in the week but We can take a look at fifteen to twenty intriguing guys kind of kind of guys that hit that sweet spot makes gp of important players at the college level like extremely important players. That have an interesting choice because they are not projected to be in the first round they might be protected second round just near the cut line and we can kind of make our our projections and guesses on whether they will stay or will they return Because we'll have probably around one hundred fifty hundred and sixty guys all-told underclassmen that will wind up declaring By the time the deadline hits on Sunday and We'll wait and see on that so we'll just keep that in mind and for any names that you might need to know obviously go to. Cvs DOT COM CBS. Sports Apple have that. But then we'll keep you up to date with with all of that and then as we spent four to the draft names. You need to know. Gpa I did want to bring up off topic real quick but I didn't Wanna I didn't WanNa swerve to that Unless you had anything else Patricia or gaspard or anyone else in general not good okay I mentioned I wanted to mention this on the previous podcast but I had forgotten as nothing to what we talked about but I want to give a listener shout because Sounds like a genuinely awesome person colleague. Dennis Dot actually did a story on him about a week and a half two weeks ago. His name's Alex Charlton. He grew up in Kansas huge Jayhawks Fan. I had been messing messing with him. He wants me to give you grief on the podcast for underrating his Jayhawks heading into next season. But this is a young man who has been trying to break into college football coaching for a while. served under Mark Mangino At Kansas has Been working a as a g. A has basically put his entire career aspirations on halt to go in and serve on the front lines in hospitals in New York City And he's listening to the pods. He doesn't know that I'm going to do this. But Alex. that's just awesome men and you such an inspirational story. If you want to read more about it dentist I did a wonderful job recently. Cbs SPORTS DOT COM. And I just wanted to say a you know Pasini we. We both know people that have been afflicted with cove nineteen. There are people in the media that we know including jody. Deming who works for two four seven. Sports and had an army of supporters behind him. And thank goodness jody's doing well at home has covered luvell tremendously well for such a long time We have reached a point in this pandemic where inevitably people we know have been have been touched by this And and even even more folks including some that That we work with and were so happy that they've been able to to win their battles or loved ones have been able to continue to fight with this but we're well aware that given how many people are working on the front lines beaten hospitals or in delivery or in grocery services might happen to listen to this podcast. I just wanted to send our sincere heartfelt thanks to you. And if this podcast is just a miniscule thing that you use to help make your day better it is it is genuinely our honor our privilege. We recently got back information that you know our March podcast numbers without a tournament. Were the most downloaded month ever. And we're up. Nearly you know twenty percent from what they were a year ago. You've helped grow the podcast. It means a lot. Obviously we're not doing it with as much frequency in the off season as usual because there's just not enough there but for everyone that has helped her is helping in any way. It's so sincerely appreciated and for those that are battling this and half the battle this on a daily basis. If you happen to be a listener I just didn't WanNa go another podcast without directly speaking to those people we do appreciate you wherever you are as we continue to try and figure out what we're going to do as a country with this you know parachinar livelihoods are attached to how our country response to it. Whenever College sports can resume again. We have so many questions there but our sincere gratitude and You know we love Goofy podcasts. And this hasn't been a goofy one so to speak. We actually pride ourselves on our ability to Get serious when need be Get off the rails Unexpectedly and all that stuff but to Al Charlton and everyone else that might be on the front lines. Who happens to be a listener to the podcast? I just wanted to send our thanks to you so. Gp didn't know this was coming. But I'll throw it back to you but I just do. I didn't want to let one podcast go by Without at least acknowledging those people. Yeah it's been obviously a wild past month in our country. More than forty thousand people have died from this. You know in the past month and you know I. It's been maybe not people we know personally but like people. We knew John Prime being a prominent musician. I'm there's people from the world of sports and exactly right we. I think most people in this country if not all people in this country now somebody who's had to deal with the virus You know our former colleague. Kaley hearten You know because she was on the front lines in in Seattle One of our editors auty Joseph and his family went through it and what is just a terrifying story just announced today. Todd mcshay the NFL draft. Tonight I'm not going to be working for ESPN because he has been You Know He. He's battling Cova nineteen and so you know like this is stressful for all of us in a spirit of transparency. We had to stop this podcast. 'cause my kids were downstairs wrestling each other and screaming and coming through the Mike. You might have caught some of it but like so. This is stress for all of us but it is especially stressful to circle back to your initial point in scary for the people working on the front lines. Like one of my best friends. Wives is a nurse who was working on a corona virus unit. You know every day going to work knowing that she's putting herself at real risk so the people in the hospitals are amazing and the people who Honestly the people in the grocery stores are amazing. Like you I mean those are the ones I mean who at least in the hospitals you are head to toe covered up you know. Kroger. Don't quite look the same way and these people are making the same money at Kroger that you make. When you're a nurse or doctor and yet they are in railways putting themselves at risk in in It's just a crazy time like I at this moment. The other day where I went into local pharmacy just had to pick up a few things and you know I parked my car and I my mask on and I walked in. And everybody's got mad. It's just like what is happening like. It's I don't want to say it was unimaginable because we had two presidents before this President One Republican and one Democrat both warn us that this was going to happen at some point and we need to be properly prepared for it not not to get political but clearly. We weren't properly prepared for it so I never say it was unimaginable. It was very easy to imagine we were told but it's still a pretty surreal scene when you walk into a local anything and everybody in the United States of America's wearing a mask and You know yeah. We're all fighting this as a country but again the people who are in the hospitals to people who are at the grocery stores just amazing individuals and we obviously hope everybody stays just as safe as possible. We don't have a way of giving a true like five star. Nice comments thing back to the those on the front lines there. Everyone from Delivery Service. Grocery.
"one our coaches" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"By far one a coach asked when she was in high school one of my high school coach is friends with is friends with I got I was coaching at Dublin I know I help coach that mere money her high school that she played at other system because there Kelly so packed with the head coach and he asked me he said is Sabrina that good and I said I said coach this is a guy that coach miss it Sabrina is the bass growth bass while player I've seen that I've seen now you can we say you mean you've seen live or you've seen it all that I see so like better than Rebecca Lobo she may get Holdsclaw now she's in high school she still high school is it the best high school player that I've seen now you can compare to a professional by says she's the best high school play when it when when Jimmy quietly through team to make a whole school on in high school using he'd be I got better I got your right and make and he looks me goes better than Jackie Janelle's now you don't know who Jack Jackie Jim Ellis was supposed to be the next one which tore ACL right one left one right one left and I looked on my said she's better than Jackie and the guy that was coaching at Dublin high school look to me said really I think you'll find and as he went off Sabrina hopes to bring that broke the NC a triple double record men and women her sophomore year she has most triple doubles in history because Bassil men and one thank you coach there was an assistant coach in high school team and I was the same culture club team so a it when she gets into the holiday Michigan thank you when I can hear thanks to Bernard Barnes without his inspirational no no it wasn't me it wasn't me Kelly costar from the time she was in eighth grade all the way through I was an assistant coach on that I you know I was there you know out I mean the kid I had never seen a player playing that.
"one our coaches" Discussed on The Playbook
"What is next for Jen? Welter you know Dave interesting I probably look at some of the goals is a little bit different than a lot of people do crazy. I M crazy but also having been the first so many times you know. Typically the model of gold settings tells us like go big and break it down with the individual components. Well when there hasn't been a ceiling right or there's not a clear path to say you know I want to graduate college and it's GonNa take me for years. Well I did it fast. It's GonNa take me three partied a little bit much. It's going to take me five but you know it's Kinda at close right. I mean those formulas are there for me. I haven't necessarily had The opportunity to have those clear FORMULAIC LAIC goals. Because most of the things that I've done in the future have yet to be written. So what I've kind of come to instead instead or as a good supplemental way to keep moving is to focus on compounding greatness first of all like a never wanted to be stuck in the rear view mirror saying that you know this is what I was like Al Bundy four touch. It's like I I still don't want that. I still fear that that probably drives me. That's probably the fear from is like that old picture of Al Bundy and like wearing the highschool jacket or something But I try to look at how I can build on greatness and then expand the way of thinking that all fits together so for me for example we talk about football I realized it's not just a goal of say coaching in the NFL. It's it's changing. The perspectives gives surrounding girls and women in football as a will in general and football being medium to do that right like they're always said football as it's the final frontier for women's sports so I took that as a challenge that if we could change football we could change the world so to me. It doesn't start an end through football. But what a great place to create change because it's this place that traditionally additionally girls have women have been shown and told that they didn't belong or they were wrong for liking it and so so now I look at a lot of the ways in which we can look more holistically to create opportunities. So you mentioned the girls camps that I do That was something that bothered authored me. Nobody was teaching the girls. And so I say it's confidence through football and teaching the girls that there's game they cannot play and no field they do not belong long Oron right so we're overtime just yeah. We're using football to teach a lesson for life and that's what it should always be. Is that people say sports. Have the power to change the world they do but we really do need to intentionally connect the dots because not all experiences or great ones but but when we start that we want to instill confidence through doing sports than the approach is also different so might camps and everybody I come into contact with with them and this is the way I can be kinda down in the trenches. Get my hands dirty. I adore kids. So it's fun because I am a big kid at heart and will not even a big kid really really little kid at heart Polish head. I mean there are ten year olds. figure the me now me to feel look at them now and I'm like how old are you twenty like ten. I got feet like this big But as I say they're teaching them through football that there is no gain and you cannot play and no field you do not belong in or on and that applies to everyone was one reason. I love sports as well as we were talking. Well this was better than claimed -ticipant it. I knew it was GONNA be extraordinary but if you're not going back and listening to some of these lessons that Jen welter has taught in lived. You're making a big mistake because I'm trying to remember right right now. I'M GONNA have to go back and watch this before even edited if they added it But gentlemen thank you so much for coming down. Incredible the incredible I jen welter the first woman..
"one our coaches" Discussed on The Playbook
"Psychologically one of the things we have to realize is that excitement and anxiety manifest the exact same physiological Z.. Logical symptoms so the difference is then how you take them and interpret them in their own life for me personally Yeah I know one of the things that I I tell. People is like if you wanNA drive somebody crazy. Quick take somebody who's in fighter flight mode which fear is and just. Tell them to relax like I'm right here. I'm ready to run. I'm ready to jump ready to tackle. I'm ready to hide. And and you're saying like deep breath and Wu saw your body is primed for something else. Your body's actually primed for action and you're telling it to just ignore a- and then what happens right you can make it go away so you're like oh my gosh. Why can't I relaxed? What's wrong with me now? I'm not only scared but now I'm crazy and scared right and and you're breathing shortens and you really actually manifest more of those physiological symptoms. Because now you can't breath right so I always tell people why would rather in a situation where I was nervous go Go Sprint go punch something or go do something because that that energy is there at your your fingertips you can feel it like even when you if you take in you clench right clench clench clench this clench clench. clench much as you can so he can't anymore and now excel and release it ya'll late your fingers just got you. Didn't you've got a relaxation response through. Actually actually channeling the energy that you're holding in your body and letting it have a purpose as opposed to just saying that it wasn't right to have it right right so then I'll bring it right and so then what you do is you allow yourself to experience the process but then look at it as that. Energy Energy isn't a negative. It's actually your body's way of telling you it's go time like let's move and so for me like from a a young age and I think it sticks with me is only I remember so my dad is he. He is definitely had a big impact on me and and how I think he is a A legitimate army hero He was a RECON medic in Vietnam. The Silver Star two bronze stars I and as a kid you know I just. I was always fascinated with his army stories. I still am our record them on my phone. I listen to him sometimes times. My Dad's a movie in himself. No doubt right but I remember looking at at one time and I was like tatty like weren't you. You freed when you're in the army and everybody was trying to kill you and he was like no Jenny. I wasn't pissed off because they were trying to kill my friends. Rents and I was going to get them. I as Shurmur thinking like okay. So we're just not scared and he'd also tell me stuff like If if you're GONNA be dumb you gotta be tough right like you made that decision to put yourself in the scenario. Now what are you going to do about it like there was no empathetic leg. Oh I didn't didn't know what to do and then we're GonNa go tell a story like he would tell me these overarching stories in principles and then as I got into situations they really just figured out into how I thought about things. agreed example is at a boat when I was a kid and it wasn't necessarily mine We were fishing family only and we had a bigger boat and small boat and there was a storm in the Bahamas from Florida so we were literally call it running back from a storm. Because you're going faster than you probably would in this really tough. See if you didn't have to get the heck out of there because it was bad news it's eight to ten foot seas. I mean it's it's rough out there and my boat which is being towed back breaks off the big boat and I just looked at it and I jumped in the water and swam into the boat and I got like it's my boat like it's my responsibility. You GotTa do this and all of a sudden you know my dad's on the bigger boat. which you know has sonar and all that style freight so you can put it on autopilot And you know my mom was on there and she could do it so it was one of his buddies but all of a sudden you see my dad jump jump in the water and swim over the boat to. He's like Jenny. Why did you do that and I was like Teddy? said it was my boat like this. My responsibility is like all right. I guess we're we're in this together right but there is just I think when there is a matter of fact of like you just have to operate. It doesn't doesn't mean there's not some fear there but but what is that fear and are you putting it in the same category of everybody else. And can you challenge Allen's yourself to realize that it might just be a little bit of excitement like the you know. This could be so good that you may not even know how to handle how good it's going to be the and that's why you're ready right. It doesn't always have to be a negative that you feel that energy ready to go certainly and one of the things I keep hearing as a common theme in your life is is controlling. Your own perspective I always talk about perspective. Is Everything and I practice myself. Getting back to center controlling now allowing people to steal my joy. What are some of the tips that you have given athletes people girls at the camp about having the right perspective respective well you know it's interesting on mindset right With my players even in the NFL used to tell them That I wanted the voice in my in their head to be mine. Every single one of US goes through those times where we just don't have it or we doubt ourselves some days you're going to feel like you could run a marathon other days. You will leap tall buildings in a single bound and some days the best. You've got us to shuffling slippers right. Let's just be straight up honest about that. I hate when people think that that motivation is a constant. Not This Dana Disagree. There are days harder than always kidding. Yes there's more interference appearance corrosion right right but you're always collected but shuffling slippers means. You didn't quit. You just may not be going as fast as you could right. But you're you're kind of figuring it out sometimes. Recharging will actually ramp you up to being better but she didn't quit right so I always used to tell the guys when things are going on and funny enough. This got into a discussion but that I wanted them to hear this voice and they they would like trip out about my raspy voice. They're like it's not even that how could pick it out and Debbie Moray right and so the guys one day I walked into practice and they were talking about which x. they would be and I was like all right. So which one AM I. And they're like Oh that's so easy kosher totally doctor Jean. Grey right that raspy voice we can hear it always got that mind control over all of us and we all know the Phoenix's in there and none of us wants to meet her right right so kind of that mind. Power is really important and realizing that you have control over your mind can actually technically only hold one thought at a time now it switches back and forth. Don't get me wrong but some of the some of the best competitors Are are the ones who can get their mind back faster to the place that it needs to be a doesn't mean it won't have one of those thoughts but your ability to get it back back on track and focused in the moment on what's important Is your recovery. And it's often what people refer to when they say you know it's mental antle toughness. Mental toughness isn't something you were born with. It's something that you train just like anything else. So knowing that you can really only hold Hold one thought at a time. One of my favorite tricks is music. Have a theme song find those different songs. They get a certain mindset. Like I don't care how cranky you were. How tired you were? How whatever it was that certain Song on comes on and you feel like like yeah like go like you're like oh I got this? Have that song on and have it in place. Whether it's it's on your phone or something that you can call on that energy anytime because no matter how much you try and resist it like you know you start nodding your head and and that's a beautiful thing because your mind and your body are innately connected and there is real like there's there's there's something to fake it to make it. It's not just like something that you say it's like you know if I'm if I'm looking at you and your body possibly you do. I know you're confident. You're actually Mir reaching end like and I have a certain take that I'm going to get from that now if you were to sit back and you were to put your head down and you were to Slouch I would interpret in my mind. Certain things about you write it. Would it would change slightly will just just like my mind interprets. Certain things about you. It will intern interpret things about me by the way my body is being held held. There's a reason why prisoners they make it so they can't stand up straight right. You're not only just breaking their posture. But you're breaking taking their mental fortitude posture as well so get up. Get your dance shoes on. Hold your head high and let the song replay because before you know it you'll start to buy into the music and you might have multiple theme songs right for multiple days and that's where you'll see so many the athletes and they may not even realize that they're doing it but they have their playlist and the playlist is is really designed to get you to that mental place where you do you perform the best and that's an easy trick. Well that was awesome. I love we only tried to get back to that. One thought right. You could only have one. That's not take. It's not what just happened. It's not what's going to happen next. It's not what's HAPP like WHO's watching. It's not the weather right. It's not the call that the rough just made. What are you gonNA do right now? In this one moment to be successful and the more you can be focused in that that's where you find and concentration. That's where you find joy that's where you find the zone and all of these things like people who know me know that like sometimes it might come off as has like you know being short but like when I'm here with you elect tall right exactly but it's noth- nothing else right now. Is the most important thing this conversation me and you is is the most important thing when I'm coaching an athlete or coaching a kid visiting visit the most important things and trying to minimize distraction and the focus. And then being able to if you're a person with a lot of demands being able to shift gears and then fully concentrate and fully be immersed in an experience as well will allow you to perform better and everything that you do and also with everyone that you engage with. They'll know how important they are to last question real quickly Because we both are present resin right and we're hyperfocused and teach that and we practice it in all the other things that come along with it. It's hard for people to reconcile how we set goals. Goals or look into the future. Because we are hyper focused on what our activity is right now. real quickly. What do you see next for yourself? I mean you've done so many I and so may starting things from being the first. NFL woman coach to playing men's football as a running back to the college rugby itself. As you know when you play later wasn't chic as it is now you broke barriers for that..
"one our coaches" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Was surprising but it was on scheduled forecasters nailed it mother nature forcing postponement of game four of the ALCS respond the way the first we have NFL headlines as we head into week seven week begins Thursday with the chiefs of the Broncos we have a former Denver quarterback heading into retirement a guy who also played for the dolphins and the dolphins are make your quarterback change themselves while the ramp look to get Jaylen Ramsey can the fold into the fold by Sunday Ramsey of course disgruntled Jacksonville forced himself out Jack pulled off a deal this week with the rams in exchange for a couple of first rounders coach Sean McVay wants to get him out there this week yeah I spoke with him yesterday cited to get him out here you know he's in the process of finalizing you know just get out here and getting going so very exciting thing for us obviously you know the caliber of player that he is the the competitiveness the toughness really all the trees that you look for in a corner and and those are some of the things that are excited about getting them in here and looking forty really just get another player in and figure it out you know I was gonna help this football team I think you want guys with some swag some personality different things like that and as long as those guys love football they love compete every single day I think usually this is a building that that I think will suit him well and you know we always do our due diligence in terms of the people that we value entrusted have been around him and those are the things that been consistent with what we've heard you get really good reviews back on him we've got a couple guys on this team that have played with them they speak very highly of him so when you do all those things I think you feel confident to be able to make decisions that are really from educated opinions as opposed to sometimes what the perception can be where they really know the human being day in and day out Ramsey getting to LA where do says you just looking for a fresh start said he was overjoyed to get the news that he was actually on the move I was excited I had I had a ton of joy I was at home Chilean tacos and I don't think I have another Tigers tonight.
"one our coaches" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"He's averaging twenty six points, eight rebounds with Williamson out of the lineup begins four straight, miss BARRET. Barrett was great in the first half. Coach, absolutely terrific. He reminds me of the rose, and he gets to the lane finishes all different ways to finish has got middle game. He's got a tough city gets. Creases and creates scoring opportunities. R J Barry twenty eight points of the winning scored twenty of dukes. Thirty two points in the paint. Duke is one eighteen nineteen games against Wake Forest esky. We were fortunate in the last play because that's inexcusable what we did. And I don't think we're fortunate fortunate to win. Yeah. I know our chase beaten himself up. He played a great game. And without him. Forget it. I mentioned to the TV people that this is the for. Afternoon zion. Actually, did some basketball stuff this afternoon. And. Good good get no more confidence. And we just have to get them in shape. We'll see. I don't I don't think it'd be ready for Saturday. And. I have to be careful not. Push. This just give him a chance to get in game shape. But I would be surprised if he wasn't ready by the ACC tournament, and hopefully we'd play some games, and they're not just one and and get ready for the NCAA.
"one our coaches" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"Since tempers giving them yet another year to get it. Right. I think to some degree Ron Rivera, and Marty Harney are coaching and general managing for their jobs. Twenty nineteen I will say this. I think both those guys have built a good relationship with the owner in particular Harney. And I think right now the sh- right now, the likelihood is that over the next year to you may be some additions to the staff rather than subtractions. I do think that they're going to be doing more on the analytic side because that's tempers background. And I do think that you know, the results are gonna play into any decision that they make after next year. But I think right now the focus would be a little bit more making additions and making their scouting staff and their analytics resources more robust going forward. And finally question number six's from Chucky is back. I think I've answered questions from you before Chucky that's at rate or underscore Chucky will Derek Karbi back with the raiders. Yes. He will be back with the raiders. I know that they feel like he. Made real progress over the course of the year that's a tough offense to play in Jon Gruden is demanding he made real progress, folks. Like after the first four or five weeks a season you saw his performance start to ascend. He got better and better over the course of the year. He's got strong infrastructure around him and not just Jon Gruden but also having experienced offense coordinator in Greg Olson, a very well thought of quarterbacks coach and Brian Callaghan. I think that they are in good shape with Derek Carr where he is right now as a player, and he's on a deal that suddenly looks Ford twenty five million a year for a quarterback doesn't look bad anymore considering that the market for top quarterbacks is now up over thirty million per, so yes, I think Derek Carr will be back with the raiders in two thousand nineteen and they are going to spend those three first round picks on other positions. Pre you guys coming out as always you can leave me your feedback on my Twitter page at Albert Breyer Facebook page at Albert Arbor my Instagram at Albert underscore breer. Always appreciate your feedback. We want to make this. Your show. And always always always remember to listen to all the QB NFL podcasts. That now includes again, my YouTube podcast, which will go up. I believe at some point late Tuesday or early Wednesday this podcast. And of course, the podcasts that Andy and Gary do and the gambling podcasts all of its one feed. Now, you can get us on Spotify, Stitcher. Tune in Google play apple podcasts wherever you get your shows. Same time next week we will be breaking down divisional weekend and looking forward to the
"one our coaches" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"What they dreamed of when they put the team. I'm gonna go with the Rams here. I I know the Cowboys Ivan underestimating for a while. And maybe I am again. But I just I don't think they'll be able to keep up with the Rams classic whites. Funny. Lasted whites. I'll yeah. I'm taking the ramps. I I thought the Seahawks are gonna be the Cowboys last week. So I I will continue to be Cowboys hater I'm gonna take the Cowboys. And I'm gonna look at two games shocked. This is where classic lights the two December games. Right. The to December games that I'm looking at that. I think are sort of swing me in that direction. One is Cowboys saints and the way the Cowboys had that formula against the to slow down the saints in the Superdome, right? The other is Rams bears. Where I think we saw that formula at work and the bears implemented it and shut the Rams down. And so I just feel like the Cowboys are that type of team that can sort of slow the game down and take it away from a team like the Rams and the Cowboys going there and pull off the upset. Okay. The early game on Sunday. The chargers go to New England Jenny. Who you got I'm go with the chargers. I think the most interesting thing that I'm interest that I'm looking to see is how they choose to defend Brady oscillated the seventy Bs package against Lamar Jackson. Because of his running ability also because they don't really have linebackers, and so actually seventy Bs as Anthony Lynn, we were talking about, you know, some of the pass ways that the Rex Ryan teams he was on defended Brady, and you know, one of those teams did use the last time the patriots lost in the divisional round. They packed a lot of DB's into the center of the field. So obviously that was for very different reasons than what the chargers did against Mark Jackson. But a seventy package is actually not a bad idea against Brady talking. The middle of the field to limit his options to throw Connor. You know, I think I think the chargers because you know, we all bear leave. And then we were all charged up. Now that we can't bear leave. I don't see that. There's any reason we can't still be charged up. I mean, I think the charges were were whatever I mean the second best team in the division this year there best team division. They just happen to be in the same division as as the chiefs. I love the chargers matchup. I love their talent. I love the coaching staff. I love the talent they bring to the table. I love the fact that they're changing on a game to game basis because that's what tastes to be the patriots. Right. Like if you give the patriots the answer to the test. They're going to kill you. And the chargers are flexible, I think Anthony lens experience in that coaching tree because he coached under Bill Parcells like, I think he's got institutional knowledge there and how to play a team like that. I don't love their circumstances. Back toback trips to the east coast. That's tough back back. Ten AM body clock games? That's tough. I'm gonna take the patriots. Just because I don't think that they it's just hard for me to see them going one in done in a playoff situation. And this is probably the worst patriot team in a few years. I the key talked about the small linebackers Jenny the key could be Sony, Michelle and think so Michelle could wind up having a big game out there. Okay. The final game of the weekend. The late game on Sunday. The defending Super Bowl champion the Philadelphia Eagles in Nick foles, go into the Superdome and take take on the saints. Who got I'm gone with the eagles. Wow. Magic officials continues. That sounds good to me. I picked the saints to win the Super Bowl. Unfortunately, you know, despite all the the surging and all the the enjoyment that would come with Nick foles pick for me. I still believe is the most complete team in the NFL. So I will pick the saints. And I'm with you Connor or I believe that the most complete team in the NFL. There's been a lot of there's been a lot while Connor doesn't like the fact that I agree with them a rare circumstance, I think there's been there's you guys know there's been a lot of buzz out there about how the the.
"one our coaches" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"But I'm also rooting for the internet to just collapse and just to allow him to exist in this time and enjoy himself. I think there is zero chance the rule changes. I've zero chance the rule changes that as a quick side note to the inner the internet picking him apart. It really did bother me last night. All the comments about his appearance because here's this guy. You know, playing the the. Best that he can winning a national championship doing things that are just remarkable. And people are talking about what animals he looks like. And you know, I just I didn't find it phony. You know, and so that just is a precursor what he's in his games. Go need picked up his appearance is being picked apart while he's playing on the biggest of his life. That really did bother me last night. Gross russ. I I do want to spend one of the reasons I put this here put this this topic into like, I I think there is zero zero chance that rule changes. And the reason why the reason why I don't think it changes. Okay is because there's no one there's no one out there that's going to advocate for them. And what happened in two thousand? I think it was four when clarinet and Mike Williams challenge the rule, right? The court decided this isn't a legal issue. It's a labor issue. And so they basically made the decision. It's like we're not getting involved in this the league in the union. You guys handle it. Right. Okay. So the league clearly wants the three year rule clearly benefits them because it's there's way less risk and drafting twenty one twenty two twenty three year old and there isn't drafting nineteen or twenty year old right way, more developed you've got more evidence of what they can do. You got a better idea of who they are as people all that on top of that there's the marketing element of it. Which is these guys are stars. When. Get to the NFL. So you're already getting it's not like a baseball dry. It's not like the baseball draft where it's like you're drafting an eighteen year old or no one's ever heard of you getting stars. When they come to the NFL, the flip side of this is the union. Okay. Let's just say let's just say their fifth. They're they're fifty freshmen and sophomores out there like conservatively that would be drafted this year. Right. Like. That's fifty jobs were those fifty jobs coming from those fifty jobs are being taken away from older players who runs the union older players. So you'd have to explain to me why the union would go into their CBS negotiations twenty twenty one with any motivation to have that anywhere close to the top of their list. You know, I just no way. And I think the issue that we all probably have with this is not necessarily that they have to wait three years before going to the NFL because we can look at a lot of these guys and say, they're still developing there, there are few there aren't that many freshman that you could say that physically they look like they would fit in the NFL. I think our issue is just that they've got a pay for play for free for years. And that's a college sport yet. And that is such a and we can't get. Such. Long talk you'd be talking about like if you turn into okay, then to only football and basketball players get paid because that's the only revenue sports. Now of a sudden you're talking about dropping all kinds of Olympic sports because you've got to pay for that like schist. There's just there's more to it than just pay them. You know, I think I'll just put my solution out there, which is let them let them profit off their likeness. But then go and sign up promotional deal with the car dealership down the street or do a shoe deal at Nike. Let them do. I know that there's there have to be there have to regulation over that. That's my solution. Is that look if you're worse, if you think you're worse, something then you're allowed to go out. And find out what you're worth. I I think that that's probably the most sensical solution to it. Yeah. It's just I just can't begin to think of how long of a two years..
"one our coaches" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"I think there would have been a lot more emotion. Also, the sense that he really liked the team. I really got the sense over the last like six seven weeks that he just genuinely likes his team. And I have to think that's a factor too. You know, like, if if you can get paid where you think you're were you if you pay what you think you're worth, right? Just assume you're going to get paid what you're worth and all that goes. Okay. Because that's always a factor. We don't I I've heard a lot of people talk about like, well, this person should wait or that person should wait for the ramp. You be the one to turn down twenty five million dollars guaranteed. You know what I mean? And so the case this money could be a factor. Right, but I- Jenny I really got the sense that he does like his team constituted right now. And I think even with Harbaugh staying regardless the ravens are in a period of transition because you know, Ozzie is retiring and flacco will be you know, playing elsewhere next season. And they have a lot of players who are old are like Eric Waddel. We're talking about. Yeah. Terrell suggs that those are common game topics of you know, would they be back and how much longer they playing. So they have this young quarterback. And you know, looks like they'll continue forward with Harbaugh, but it's definitely sort of the shift between eras. Here's here's the point though. When you talk about the money, like a lot of the coaches, I think are going to reset right now and think okay? Well, what am I worth you know, what does a Super Bowl trophy? What does that mean? In terms of average for you. Now did Gruden sorta destroy the market for stuff like that. Because are people looking at that and saying, okay, if that guy gets ten million a year, why are not I don't see I think that part of it's like the lack of the numbers being out there. You know, a players the numbers are out there. They're always out there, and they're more relevant because there's a against a salaries, do you think there's a good number of coaches and make more. There are good. I think pe- Carol makes more than that. I think John Harbaugh is in the neighborhood already, and we'll make boards that I think Bella chick absolutely makes more than that. I think that there are a good number of coaches there at like, and I think that the number that everybody latched onto us your one hundred million without looking at the average, you know, a lot of people like like just just just like grabbed onto that hundred million dollar number and didn't actually look at the well that's ten million per year, which is like right around the going rate for like a high level coach. And if you're going to get him out of the booth. He's already making ice probably making six or seven million a year. DSP n and so you probably had to give them a raise. Anyway, I would say like I like and the point I was trying to make there was like if you're Brian flora as your Chris Rashard, right? And I've heard a lot of people say this to now we're getting off topic. But I've heard a lot of people say like, well, you know, look at what happened to Steve welcome. And look at what happened Joseph and like like, just wait till you, take your. You can't walk away from that. If you're one of those guys you can't walk away there. There's only thirty two of them. There's no promises that you'll get offers again, and that's like life changing money, like.
"one our coaches" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"They almost made the playoffs in two thousand eighteen so now he's going to be the Packers coach in two thousand and nineteen. And this is interesting to me because so much of this going to be be about the relationship between him and Aaron Rodgers, and I. I'm gonna be going to be very very like because I don't think it's autumn attic that he wins over Rogers. Like, I don't think Roger's one of these players. It's going to be like whatever you say coach based on his history as well. I think that there's going to have to be a process of Matt leflore going in there and winning over Rogers and that part of it. I think is going to be the part of it that we all should watch is Ken Matt leflore go in there and challenge Aaron Rodgers can go in there and give him new information that he doesn't have can he make Aaron Rodgers better. And that's where is it sounds like making a player like that better as a real challenge, you know? And so I don't know whether or not he's going to be able to pull that off. I'd say, it's it's it's not Ahmat. It's just it's not. And the interesting thing about it is if you look at floors history. Of course, he worked with two very different quarterbacks. Mariota and Gough the last couple of years. And then if you wanna go back further than that he was position coach for Matt Ryan. During his MVP year of two thousand sixteen and then here's a position coach Robert Griffin during his rookie year when everybody in the world thought RG three was going to be the next great one. And so there's very experience. There's a lot of stuff on paper. They're just and the application of all of it and turn that into a relationship Rogers going to be a challenge. I mean, you know, clearly, the idea behind this is, you know, he had experienced, you know, vase system and Shanahan seventies viewed as among the most creative offenses in the league. And so, you know, it seems like that was the direction that they were going to go is bringing a guy with a reputation as a creative offense of mind. But you know, of course, every head coach hire this is not unique to him. But every first time head coach it's a little bit of a gamble of what are you going to get? And you there's not really any way to know that until he gets in front of the room. And I don't know how he is in front of the room because I've never seen that. But you know, you do take on that somewhat of that risk when you hire. You're a young guy thirty nine years old nine years old, and you're pairing him with you know, a quarterback. That's you know, as very strong, you know, influence on how the offense is played. So yeah, I think just watching Rogers is gonna be phenomenal. Because it's one of those situations where a player kind of nut gains control over the building. But you know, if you've been around for that long. You've had such a large say in everything, you know, you go from being almost the associate head coach which runners kinda was during McCarthy's last few years to back to square one. You know, you're in in leflore job is going to be to make you feel like one of fifty three people again, you know. And I think that's fascinating. Because you know, you've talked to other guys who've been in that room with Rogers in the past especially that quarterbacks meeting room. He's difficult challenges people he gets in your face. He, you know, he literally had like buffers they're like Tom Clements in Alex van pelt or literally like buffers between McCarthy and ROY. Rogers because it got combative bright. And so, you know, can you give up that level of control? And it's not only control..
"one our coaches" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"I mean, the search firms that teams into bring in that end up filtering out, maybe some of the best candidates Bruce Arians for years was locked out of the process because of you know, the prevalence of these firms and some of these kind of agent driven hires the happened over the years. And so I think if it shows anything, it's that, you know, a lot of these owners aren't around all the time, you know, and they show up when a coach needs to be hired. And they kind of either go office nap judgment or the Goff recommendation of somebody that that might not know these people very well. And so I think it's it's these people got to become more invested in in that product. And they have to this has to be a more of a year round exercise learning these things John Mayer from the giants has a perpetual list of head coaching. And it's in the drawer of his desk. The updates every single year, you know, even in the middle of user, Tom Coughlin when his second Super Bowl, you know. I mean, that's how I guess you anti argument is that let him to Ben macadear time. Yeah. But but he knew what he wanted. He had an idea of what he wanted and sell, you know, I think that we need to see more and a lot of it too is like, you know, a lot of times, and these Scituate, and this is a product of it being rushed is that you get into that like idea. Okay. Like, I'm gonna fire my coach. And maybe there's three or four weeks left in the season the position I'm gonna fire my coach. And it's like, well, what's he doing wrong? Well, let's go in the other direction. And so like, you fire the the tough guy coach and you bring in the players coach or vice versa or you hire. You have the offensive might a guy. You know, like, okay. That didn't work like bringing a position coach whatever it is. Like jets literally been doing that since nineteen ninety six. That's why if you go back, it's quite guy. Loud guy, quack guy. Loud guy quack. Every single higher since nineteen since rich coat. You don't ends up happening. Like, you have no identity your organization, there's no organizational identity at all. And so yeah, I mean like them, but that's where ton of the mistakes are made. Okay. So we're going to get into it. Now. And our first news topic is the first head coaching higher of two thousand nineteen the Packers have agreed to terms on a deal. Matt leflore to become the new head coach the floor has been the office coordinator with the Rams titans. The last two years the jobs were a little different in Los Angeles obvious show McVeigh's the play collar, and so you know, he was in. This is good on McVay for letting them do this. He was able to get out of his contract last year to go to Tennessee to call place for my variable..
"one our coaches" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Leading Benedetti's added second nobody yacht. JD Martinez onto Xander. Bogaerts after him. Dodgers keep the shift ought against Moreland Turner station, reasonably close to third base. Otherwise, Benintendi could just stroll on over bias the set. Not check the rudder and outcomes to the plate and he misses low with a fastball to even adopt one and one. Can we were able to save this game seven of the NFL's ES? His Greg Gibson behind the home plate did a really nice job. And to this point tonight. Haven't seen much arguing or or hitters upset with Tim Tim strike zone. Ted Barrett's the crew chief? He's the second base on pyre. He'll have to play to game three. One on one on the way and of all swung on and a foul to back to our left and headed for the first row the upper deck and actually bounces off a railing about the fifth row. I game that I think maybe we all feel a little bit fortunate. Started on time tonight at eight oh nine eastern time with all the rain. I mean, heavy rain and a terrific lightning show blooming thunder all that just about an hour before gametime past just in the Nick of time the game began actually just a couple of minutes late. One ball to strikes is now Moreland steps. Benintendi edging offs. Check it again Machado year the bag trying to keep them close. As bias has the sign. Sex. The one on the way swing man Scott about a high fastball for the first hour. Understand Mitch Moreland. Got the ability to drive the ball able to use the green monster to get some doubles. You come up there, Dan with nobody out a runner on second base. You like to see guy early thinking about using that power to pull the ball. And if you come up short still advanced that running up two thirds as as you try to create a little bit more cushion. Just a one run lead right now. Sports with a leadoff double to get another run across an intentional walk through JD Martinez. They'll deal with Sandra Bogart's with two men on. All year long. Alex Cora has wanted to Bogart's behind JD Martinez. Who's in? It's been a great combination and Alyce Bogart's can take advantage. He's over two with an RBI tonight is also that intentionally walked. Why is kicking the dirt at his landing spot real happy with it right now. Alex would continues to throw in the dodgers bullpen the left-hander with the left hand hating Rafael Devers on deck. Bogart suggested the batting gloves outside the box. Now starting to make his way in. Benintendi, executive Artnews with. I just want out the socks already up five four. Buys the set and the pitch any missiles logo along. With the recent history of the us Monte GRANDE, all the baserunners immune. This is one of those Tom Goodwin. First-base coach sure he's told Benintendi. You're also reminding JD Martinez. Hey, be aware balls in the dirt is a good chance that. The over to get up to the next base as a hitter you're looking for bias to elevate. No, he doesn't wanna throw it down in the dirt. Get by grand all dodgers, playing a double play gap. Here's a fastball right down the middle from Baya's one and one was ninety six miles an hour. The last time we saw guy coming out of the bullpen eighty nine. Like ten years ago twelve years ago at best. I think it was in that nineteen sixteen World Series between the Red Sox or the Brooklyn Robins, Delaware it happens. Now's Steven Wright is roster. Knuckleballer Trump's wanted. One bias has the side pitch fastball. Swing swan and to Bogart's chasing the ball letter high. Step out at adjust with adding gloves again is about four feet outside the box. Dodgers looking for. They can't get a strike Adeline grab all the ground a chance to turn to. And get out of this threat. They are down a run with a Red Sox looking for more here from the bottom of the seven. Bias come set. One two at a swing and a foul off in the back yet drawn dollar due to get the upper. I think he got the fire Tim Timmons. But now doubt turns around checks to see if he's all right? Enter peers that he is. The flinch at all standing back there. Like, all right. Let's go. Vulgar. Check to make sure is okay. So the cat remains one and two bias in Bogart's with a couple of bet on for Boston. Try to encourage Bogart's while we try to stay warm at the same time as they move around clap stopped their feet a little bit. Try to extend this one run lead. The one to again down with a change out that's handed out of the mid of Grondahl didn't bounce. He just didn't catch it. But he did keep it within a few feet of them. So the runners dude at advance. That's a positive look at the replay. There. That's not the mid and their couple of times that we've seen. It's it's not the mid it's I hand coordination. You're not getting the ball in the pocket of the minute. We saw one on a mishandled one on a throw from center fielder was a really good, bro. Actually, just boxer. Again, as you said, it's gotta fill the pictures with a certain amount of Ampara apprehension to swinging spires gets you with a high fastball and that is out number two. You wonder as well as we you know, we talked about it and seen this postseason. Just kind of the fear. The teams have had of science and stealing. You get a runner on second base. All at times make forget what he put down. Probably got a lot of his mind behind the play. Dave Roberts back to the mound. He wants the left-hander Alex wood to face, Rafael, Devers..
"one our coaches" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And it seems that's where he is destined to go rocky in mystic rocky what are you look at the the reason for the mets i look at the batting coach i'm not impressed with any of the coaches that calloway brought in except for the pitching coach i hate the first base coach i hate the third base coach and the batting coach seems to be trying to change everyone's swing a first base coach curiosity because there are a thousand guys thrown out at second that's why every time they try to steal they get thrown out okay getting guys getting picked off you're gonna blame ruben amaro junior although maybe he would be better in the front office than he is at first base there he he doesn't understand the players he's got debbie dealing with but kevin long to me is the biggest loss to this team because these guys are not hitting the way they used to it and kevin long he he was he was an educator and murphy took their education brought it to the national and we've got nothing we got a guy who's trying to change everyone's swing guys changing their their swing so much we have a long tried to change some guys swing sometimes with success like sometimes without success like conforto catalogs and outstanding coach i think that they probably miss him in in that perspective but it's it's hard to just look at this and put it on a hitting coach when it is the entire team but you have you know some talent ear and some other things that are are all lumped in as a factor i put it on kevin long not i don't put any of it on it it come on kevin getting coast and it's only there were great offense some juggernaut with kevin wong here to be honest with you i was disappointed with kevin long anyway when he was years everybody talks about the resurrection of daniel murphy murphy was always a solid hitter maybe a long got to bring the power out in him and again we we've seen that for a couple of seasons so i'm not kevin won't may be a good hitting coach that's not the problem and by the way me saying that they should fire and roessler how you say rosser is saying that com six does it well six okay saying that you five or six doesn't mean that it's necessarily their fault but something needs to change in.
"one our coaches" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"A twotime first team coach saida all american all district selection and has been named academic all conference threetimes this past summer he was selected for the cadet of the research programme with mit lincoln group building developing and testing a portable solar power system to aid in disaster relief operations he's a flight commander in his squadron when he has some spare time he's volunteered numerous hours around the community including assisting families that have special needs children the marianao soup kitchen assisting with the local home your homeless population and he's also worked with local fire mitigation units has this thing with the up of wildfires in colorado his native state of course he's out of centennial colorado on the ice he's a twotime team captain tonight he's playing career game number one hundred fifteen he has two gamewinners in his career anna took twenty six total points abboud is join as a finalist by a number of other solid candidates around the world of college hockey including robert morris was on brady morris who's are alltime leading scorer severity two finalists for the senior class award playing tonight in this game all the finalists were chosen by national media from a list was announced in the fall nationwide fan voting is underway and this is a really cool part and if you'll unique thing about this award is you get to you get to have a say so nationwide fan voting is underway fans are encouraged to submit their votes online at.
"one our coaches" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Into the belle haven bowl stadium as we're at the half with the blazers leading it thirty five to sixteen over louisiana college we're having her halftime or homecoming ceremonies as his homecoming 2017 as we will present the homecoming court and also have a whole a fame induction ceremony as soon as the homecoming festivities end because norman joseph the first football coach here at bell having university back in the late 90s sort of the program and we'll also have an interview with him at some point after the half or possibly even during the third quarter jay it was remembering i'll bring it up to when i came here moved from georgia in 2000 to coach basketball here i went to a football game the first night that i was in town and we're playing campbell's bill university that night and we had a lead with about a minute eight seconds left in the game and we were we were up and the other two campbell's villes outta timeouts so we handed off to a running back and ran through the line easily for a first down instead of just fallen down we're up six we took it to the house and we scored and we went up thirteen we kicked it off the camp will they scored quit kicked an onside kick got it in scored with light two seconds left to defeat us ballpoint point while and it was a game i'll always remember because it was the first game because joseph was the football coach volume to the two thousand seventeen presentation of your belle haven university hole and right now we're going to bring you the homecoming ceremony seerat belle haven and mr dis brit on the microphone here at the stadium to realize that theater.
"one our coaches" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"That used to to reach the highest level of sport like you to prove yourself as a coat but now the easier way to become a division one had coach is to establish yourself as a player like first as an assistant and then you get the mid major job than you out recruiter league than you get the power conference job making two million dollars a year but like can you coach or have you just always been somebody who acquired talent i i think that affects coaching like try if you've tried to become job beeline today by doing what how by taking the path jump beeline took to become jump bela you got no chance eggs yeah i mean you'd have to be have to get extremely lucky along the way it's is pat does not seem reputable in 2017 no like you cannot become jumpy line by doing would be lender to become jump beulah like the way you have to get the michigan job now or or some similar job is like established yourself as a player getter which makes one of those big time coaches hire you and then you become one of the hottest assistance in america and then you could have been major job and then you get into the tournament you went to games and now you've got a high major job like that's the path to that now just trying to be a basketball cooked is purely a basketball coach it's it's a much much differ much more difficult road than and by the way a lot of these coaches started this doesn't really happen anymore i mean occasionally you'll get it but they started high school level and then they go through like mass amino i think what else has yet he was the assisted for hugh brown at the high school level right how insane at oic try to find highschool coaches who tried of having to how many division one major coaches ever cooks in high school now.