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Takeaways From Day 1 of 2021 Seahawks Rookie Minicamp

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00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Takeaways From Day 1 of 2021 Seahawks Rookie Minicamp

"14th must be time for Seahawks Rookie football practice details from Como's bills warts 13 undrafted free agents assigned to the Seattle roster along with three draft picks, and they were part of orientation meetings in a rookie minicamp workout at the V Mac this afternoon. Head coach Pete Carroll, trying to evaluate new guys with a shorter camp. They'll get the same amount of reps they would get the normal camp have to adjust the temple. A little bit T get that done, but they'll get the same snap so that that's that's the main thing so we could make good evaluations and also, Carol says the Hawks were still talking with some veterans about plans for a mandatory minicamp. Seattle's returning players there were already voted not to attend in person, Voluntary O T A S Because of covert concerns. The Seattle

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Bill Barnwell Breaks Down NFL Quarterback Moves

ESPN Daily

08:11 min | 2 months ago

Bill Barnwell Breaks Down NFL Quarterback Moves

"So bill. We gave you do the math a whole month away from this podcast before our dependency bio chemically kicked back in so i just hope the last four weeks have been everything that you personally needed. Pablo got on many vacations. I turned around my life after six months of just staying watching football now. Bill barn wells weekly column on. Espn plus and he hosts the bill. Barnwell show podcast realistically. I have done something that few human beings have accomplished. I managed to get one pack of moments from nba. top shot. yeah. We share that same addiction. You are far deeper into the game than me. I realized over the weekend. I just want there to be an nfl top shot. Because i feel like that's going to happen right. It has to. i mean. Imagine the things you could do. You could send somebody that colts fake punt from years ago or or if you wanted to try some of your friends. Perhaps you could send the russell wilson interception from the nfl top shot to a certain person with the initials m used to host the show. Yeah just randomly picking in that example in those initials absolutely but bill. We dragged you back here. Speaking of a certain quarterback who threw a certain interception emotionally terrorized ours. Because this is an especially dramatic. Nfl offseason. they're all these big name. Quarterbacks who want out of these relationships that seemed from a distance at least pretty broken and russell wilson and the seahawks. I need to ask you about that. I because i know russ isn't feeling respected by head coach. Pete carroll reporting. I know that carol wants to revoke all of his cooking privileges. We've heard now. Russell wilson like storming out of meetings which is kind of funny to imagine like door very lightly slamming so this particular soap opera. What is all of it. Feel like to you much ado about nothing really. I mean i just i. Just don't buy russell wilson drama. I go back to his contract. Negotiations this is the same player in the same agent. Who wants imply that he would leave football in the middle of these negotiations entering the final year of his deal to try professional baseball. Where russell wilson once for the iraqis and the organization he hit to twenty eight in the low minors before returning to college football. It was not a realistic threat. But if that way does he want the seahawks to give him more helpful on the offensive line which has been sort of the crux of his public complaints. Yeah i do believe that. And i think that the seahawks could benefit from giving him more help. They relied on russell wilson to run his way out of sacks and free pressures from unblock players which has worked for that stretch buddies also taken a ton of hits cuss russell. Wilson plays the way he plays. He is going to take a ton of sacks regardless of how good his protection is the best way honestly pablo to get him. Hitless frequently would be to run the ball more. Which is the exact thing. Russell wilson was trying to get the seahawks do lasso last offseason. So there is something here but i very much doubt that leads to a trade. My favorite thing about this new cycle i think is that russell wilson has relayed via his wrapped. Adam schefter that he is not demanding a trade but if he were there are these four specific teams that he'd like to go to the bears. The cowboys the saints. The raiders does any of that make sense to you know not at all i mean the classic russell wilson tropez that ciara was going to pick teams him in new york in los angeles which this is the opposite that list even the teams he chose are so strange. Maybe you'd argue that. He chose teams with great offensive. Lions triumph of the seahawks. But the trade doesn't really add up the same. Stu have agreed offensive line. But they're like sixty five million dollars over the salary cap. The cowboys have a great line. Whenever everyone's healthy but they also have back prescott. that's not gonna work either the bears. I don't understand. They don't have a great line or any cap space. That one makes no sense to me on either. Level the raiders. Maybe are the most interesting and plausible candidate of the bunch with a great line and some cap space to work with. But when i think about jon. Gruden as raiders coach. He wants quarterbacks to do exactly what jon gruden wants on every single play. I don't think any if it really adds up to meaningful trae dialogue. I don't think there's going to be a conversation between the seahawks and another team about trying to make a trade for russell wilson work but this is twenty twenty one anything is possible

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3 Fun Facts About the NFL Wild Card Weekend

First & 10s

02:33 min | 4 months ago

3 Fun Facts About the NFL Wild Card Weekend

"Card Weekend fun facts. Did you know that I did not notice the head coach of the Colts Frank Reich Greek Reich, right? Let's go with Reich. He looks like our friend Rob Chickering. Hi, every time we see Craig a sponge bag. That's not the fun fact. So the fun fact is like for those of you who don't know who to help Rob Chickering is that does not matter know the fun fact is Frank Wright was drafted by the bills from 1985 and he faces them this weekend in the wild card game that fun fact more. Fun fact, Amy and I weren't even born yet. That's more amazing fun. Right no choice. Oh, yeah. I mean fun fact number to Pete Carroll is 34 years and 131 days older than Sean McVay. So Seattle plays the Rams this coming weekend right? I know a dead. All right, so Pete Carroll 34 years and 131 days older than Sean McVeigh which sets the record for the largest age differential between opposing head coaches in a playoff game in NFL history. This is so dorky. I'm pretty convinced Joey said you that one because she's been walking around feeding me stats from the 2013 Seahawks season. Shoot me fucking shoot me dead. Yeah, so I didn't realize that a baby shot McVeigh is but he totally is again, we've been like, oh my gosh, like cradle-robbing with him. Yeah. He's younger than I am fuck off. Okay, I don't want let's not talk about it. All right moving on the one thing real quick remove on cuz you're talking about the Seahawks because of the masks. I miss Pete Carroll chewing like a maniac I miss seeing them come with you can't see it under his mask know remember when he'd see his mouth like this like I'm doing a search. Yeah. I look like a squirrel but like it's his mouth go Bonkers and the gifts were better that way now we're just looks dead. A mask that's vibrating. It's weird. Maybe it is maybe he's got some fun going on toward his mask. That's the mask. We need adds to the most everybody needs a phone. Next. Fun fact, fun fact number three Lamar Jackson won the MVP in 2019, but he lost in the playoffs to the Titans. Now, they face the Titans again this weekend and change history does not suggest that he will get revenge because each of the previous quarterbacks to lose a playoff game the year that they won MVP and then played the same opponent following year lost that rematch. So if you're going by that fact, you're looking at a Titans win,

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Seattle Seahawks host the Los Angeles Rams in Week 16 game today

Your Partner in Law

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Seattle Seahawks host the Los Angeles Rams in Week 16 game today

"Take on Los Angeles today with the NFC West title on the line. Coach Pete Carroll says the Rams are a tough team to beat this year. They look really good. Everybody fits the format of what they need them to do really think Leonard Floyd has been a real great addition for them and his style of play? So they have a really good active group. The game starts at 1 25 in the pregame show starts at 10 A.m.. You can listen right here on Cairo radio.

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Seahawks hold on to beat Washington, clinch playoff spot

Seattle Now

00:13 sec | 5 months ago

Seahawks hold on to beat Washington, clinch playoff spot

"Seahawks beat washington yesterday. Twenty two fifteen. Which means the hawks are now headed to the playoffs. The seahawks have gone to the playoffs. Nine out of eleven seasons with pete carroll. The team plays against the los angeles rams on sunday.

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Seattle Seahawks hold on to win in Washington, clinch NFL playoff berth

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00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Seattle Seahawks hold on to win in Washington, clinch NFL playoff berth

"The Seahawks today Day Lewis has more He was a win to get into the Seahawks for the ninth time under Pete Carroll in the postseason after a victory over Washington on the road, 20 to 15. This is a new experience for defensive Magnum. All Adam's After years of losing playing for the New York Jets. It's a hell of a feeling, man. I'm sorry. I'm not used to these guys. Forgive me. I know you guys are used to You know, Seattle, you know, always going to the playoffs. I'm not used to this. I'm used to sit in my car is home by this time and you know, Hey, I'm already packing up learning where I'm going next. Where's the vacation? When will I see a family? Sorry to cut you off, Brother. I'm just excited man. Seattle 10 and four on the year next home game with the Rams on Sunday

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Week 13 Injury Report: Seattle Seahawks vs. New York Giants

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Week 13 Injury Report: Seattle Seahawks vs. New York Giants

"Who won't when the Seahawks take on the giant sundae. Seattle Spinal Injury report for the week list tackle Branden Shell running back Travis Homer and Corner Trey Flowers all doubtful to play against the New York Giants Carlos Dunlap and Carlos Hyde, questionable for the NFC West leaders. Pete Carroll today weighed in on the NFL, reinstating suspended receiver Josh Gordon. We know him a lot better now. It would be different him coming to us this time around, But I'm mostly thrilled just to have the opportunity and we're gonna you know, have a really good football player to come try to help us out down the stretch. Gordon could play for the Hawks and week 16.

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Seattle’s CenturyLink Field, home of the Seahawks and Sounders, to be renamed Lumen Field

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Seattle’s CenturyLink Field, home of the Seahawks and Sounders, to be renamed Lumen Field

"Where where no no fans fans will will be be in in attendance attendance at at the the Lumen Lumen field, field, thanks thanks to to a a new new change change that that The The folks folks at at Centurylink Centurylink have have rebranded rebranded themselves themselves is is Lumen Lumen Technologies, Technologies, so from hence, henceforth, it'll be Blumenfield. That's where the Seahawks play The Arizona Cardinals in a very important match up tonight. The Seahawks will have higher Kyle Fuller, starting in center once again for Ethan Postage, and coach Pete Carroll, confident he could do the job and Kyle he's gonna He's gonna be ready. Go in the game, and we'll see how good he is. On Game day That game kicks off at 5 20 Seahawks

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Seattle Seahawks' defense gashed again in troubling loss to New York's Buffalo Bills

First Light

00:24 sec | 6 months ago

Seattle Seahawks' defense gashed again in troubling loss to New York's Buffalo Bills

"Numbers but undone by the mistakes, two interceptions and two turnovers in a 44 34 lost a buffalo So I think that you know we battled. I think that You know, we just gotta be cleaner. You know, gonna be cleaner. We gotta be way we still had a great chance to win the game. Despite it off the bill scored the most points against Pete Carroll team in Seattle will try to bounce back at six and two on the year next week against the Rams. Rams. Sounders Sounders of of 41 41 win win

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Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll receives multi-year contract extension, per report

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:06 sec | 6 months ago

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll receives multi-year contract extension, per report

"They're given 69 year old head coach Pete Carroll multiyear contract extension believed to be a five year deal. Yield to the links.

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Seattle Seahawks suffer first loss as Arizona Cardinals escape with 37-34 OT victory

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Seattle Seahawks suffer first loss as Arizona Cardinals escape with 37-34 OT victory

"Resuming work tomorrow and build up to their home game against the 40 Niners Sunday after digesting the game film Sunday night in their overtime loss of Arizona coach Pete Carroll said. Injuries for running backs Chris Carson, Carlos Hyde, Travis Homer Could make that position a challenge this week. You know, we have some things that we could do if we need Thio. Well, look, you know, don't take it one day at a time and see if my guys can get back and who could get back was a couple creative thoughts going. She enlisted a three point favorite Sunday afternoon at Centurylink Field, which again will be devoid of fans less than a month to go

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What to watch for when the Seahawks play the Miami Dolphins

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00:27 sec | 8 months ago

What to watch for when the Seahawks play the Miami Dolphins

"For a Sunday football game against the one in two Dolphins. The Hawks are less than healthy team ruled out with injuries are defensive backs Jamal Adams and Quinton Dunbar, linebacker Jordan Brooks and coach Pete Carroll says. Those guys might rest until after the bye week, But there's an opportunity. You know if if a guy you know if it's just barely at the end of the week, he's just making it back that taking that extra week could be worthwhile, So we'll just have to gauge that as we go. Tomorrow afternoon in

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Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson sets NFL passing touchdown record

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00:27 sec | 8 months ago

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson sets NFL passing touchdown record

"Seahawks off to a three and Oh start for the first time since Pete Carroll took him to that Super Bowl triumph in 2013 coaches. He laid it with the Hawks record setting 14 touchdown passes in three games in all of the touchdown passes. That's just such a crazy number to be thrown out there in three weeks. Time who had known Seattle hung on yesterday to beat the Cowboys. Now they go play the dolphin Sunday in Miami. Injuries to Jamal Adams and Chris Carson don't appear to be long term. ERM, according to coach

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Dallas Cowboys fall to Seattle Seahawks 38-31 in a wild one

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Dallas Cowboys fall to Seattle Seahawks 38-31 in a wild one

"With a Dallas cowboy dirty tackle. Here's Como's builds works. Seattle held off the Dallas Cowboys. 38 31 thus improved three and No. But the Hawks victory tempered again with a rash of injuries. Safety Jamal Adam's rookies Jordan Brooks and Damian Lewis. And running back. Chris Carson has a sprained knee caused when Dallas defensive lineman Tristan Hill tackled him and continue to roll over on Carson's leg coach Pete Carroll, saying none of the injuries appear to be long term. It's just going to take us all week long to figure it out and But we were really pleased that the reports that came back there was nothing serious. That's going to be like you guys were out for a long time. You have to think about, you know, Ira and stuff like that. That did not happen. The Hawks played Miami Sunday. Monday night Football is a good one.

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Dallas Cowboys set to square-off against Seattle Seahawks this Sunday

CBS Sports Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Dallas Cowboys set to square-off against Seattle Seahawks this Sunday

"The Cowboys visiting the Seahawks Dallas coming in one and one Seattle to Eno terrific winds for both clubs. A week ago. Seattle holding off New England as they stopped Cam Newton from a yard out the game's final play Cowboys coming back late for the come from behind win over the Falcons in the game they really needed to win, and Seattle head coach Pete Carroll took notice. Dallas had a spectacular stunning win last week. And there come from behind all that all the heroics and on great finish for them, so they'll be all jacked up and they have a talented football team. We've got a lot of star power they get Ah big group of skilled guys on offense that can throw it and catch it and run it and all that, so we got our hands full. It's gonna be a tough football game and two of those

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NFL fines three head coaches $100K each for not wearing masks on sidelines

CBS Sports Radio

01:32 min | 8 months ago

NFL fines three head coaches $100K each for not wearing masks on sidelines

"Up weak, too. Showcasing Las Vegas league was coming down hard on those Who haven't been following protocol. Last week, NFL sent out a strongly worded memo that said coaches had to wear masks on the sidelines and the NFL felt like there were three coaches that didn't do it this weekend. Vic Fangio, Denver Call Shanahan, San Francisco. And Pete Carroll in Seattle. It find each those head coach is $100,000 and find each of those teams $200,000 over a million dollars in fines for not wearing mess and the league might not be done after watching tonight's game, ESPN insider Adam Schefter, noting the three coaches who have been fined. Vic Fangio, Pete Carroll and Kyle Shanahan. But the league may not be done. Shafter referencing the Monday night football game, Raiders coach Jon Gruden seen wearing his face mass, like a changed rapid times during the wind. Over the Saints. After the game, Gruden telling reporters, quote I'm doing my best. I've had the virus. I'm doing my best. I'm very sensitive about it. I'm calling plays. I just want to communicate in these situations that if I get fined, I'll have to pay the fine, but I'm very sensitive. About that, and I apologize. Three coaches find on Monday as you heard hundreds $1000 each plus an additional $250,000 Breach of their team. The NFL had sent the memo last week after Lax adherence to protocols during week one of the NFL season. Robert Kraft had

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Seahawks' Jackson loses consciousness after hit

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00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Seahawks' Jackson loses consciousness after hit

"Seahawks defensive lineman Brandon Jackson was knocked out and taken off the field on a backboard as a precaution to be injured during the team scrimmage on Saturday. Coach Pete Carroll said Jackson and movement and all his extremities, the injury happened just before halftime of the scrimmages Centurylink Field. Carol ended the scrimmage after the lengthy break with Jackson being treated.

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Seattle Seahawks-Atlanta Falcons in Week 1 to be played without fans

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Seattle Seahawks-Atlanta Falcons in Week 1 to be played without fans

"See Hawks on the practice field in full pads for the first time. A training camp yesterday preparing for their opener September 13th in Atlanta, a game that will have no fans at Atlanta's Mercedes Benz Stadium. Due to the Corona virus pandemic. What aboutthe Seahawks they have yet to determine whether or not fans will be allowed to coach Pete Carroll says they'll be prepared for that possibility to not have the twelves in the stadium. Okay, That's relative. We have a great Crowd goes nuts. The places. I don't know how much they count on their fans, but way have to will be accustomed to it. To some extent, we'll get going really once we're there, and we've done it a couple times. It won't be a big deal.

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"pete carroll" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

06:59 min | 11 months ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"And Sage. Absolutely stands for authenticity and so it was so apparent in her. Recent finding mastery interview so if you haven't had the chance to that out. I think you'll be pleased for the time. Well spent their. So in this conversation, we talk about everything from how coach and I I got started working together to. What we've come to learn about helping others explore their potential. And it's not easy. It's not complicated. It just requires a fundamental organization of your life towards principles that matter most to and then working some mental skills that will help you be about that person that you want. Be even when it's hard to beat up person. That's really what authenticity is the consistency of being the man or woman that you want to be even when it's hard, even when the environment is incredibly challenging, that's how we find out who we are. That's why we run to the edges. You know really run to the edges of what's difficult and hard. What challenges us? And I know most of us in our community, the final mastery committee. I know we want to be in the thin heard, not because it special and rare, but just because that's where we really find out. WHO WE ARE! That's why one of the reasons I love this community flat out. Love it again. I'm so excited to release this audiobook. This audible original so again preorder at audible dot com slash compete beat to create, and it comes out July ninth, and so hopefully the preorder just absolutely smashes records. Let's make it happen. And with that, let's jump right into this week's conversation with sage, Steele, interviewing coach, Carroll and myself. Okay I actually can't believe this is happening. I am thrilled to be sitting in Dr, Michael, debase, care for I mean maybe thirty forty five minutes sixty minutes depending on how I do not. You're nodding you. He can kick me out. You're still in charge of this survey. Thank you so much, it's. An honor to get to talk to you again. And Get to talk to coach Pete Carroll for the first time. Really which I can't believe it is taking all these years for me to be able to say I've met could carol on. Thank you both. Thank you for having prolonged. We need to do this Michael Seriously I. Don't know that you know you got himself into. Coaching I were talking about Who would who would we really enjoy having this conversation with? And you're right there at the number. One Pole position top of the list, so we're honored to do this with the US thank you. This is pressure, but is truly an honor for me, and here's the thing I you know the Dr Been Learning from both of you for years you know from a distance and so. I think that's why I was so excited that she asked because there's so much to learn, and it's just a matter of whether or not. You're willing to do the work, right. We talked about that many times. Such is about the work so here we got the. That's the thing for for those people who are familiar with your work together phenomenal for those of you who are not yet ready because the two of you together in my mind. Your powerhouse I knew that you've worked together for years now in Seattle. I think we'll get into that a lot more in a little bit, but this huge project that you know if you're one of the cool kids used to drop right inaudible original. It's awesome. It's it's deep. It's thought provoking. Challenging is the word that I like to use again because it's work. It's a matter of how great you WanNa be on, and it is here's here. It is officially called compete to create an approach to living and leading authentically and doctor you know what that word authentic means to me, and that's why me Zo attractive, so for those that recognized the title rightfully so because it's been around, is it? Is that correct twenty thirteen since youtube really begin to get on compete to create that title, right? It's been well. It's kind of. We've morphed into the title a little bit after that, but we've been working together for all that time. Yeah, we're like eight or nine years or something going on. It feels like forever we've been. We've been hooked up so. Yeah No, it's been a blast. I think you're supposed to say. It feels like it's just been overnight. Right now it's been. Not Games my Milan. Games I'll start. The note here is that. I've learned so much from working with your coach and being part of the organization that you put together with the Seattle seahawks the culture and what you're doing that this book this business that we have together this joint ventures the way I like to think about it's super meaningful. It's it's my best work and so. Yes I'm absolutely stoked to continue to pull on the threads that you know an unwind some of the stuff that we're putting together. Yeah, we. We've had a really good time doing it and sage for a really long time. You'll have people. Ask Me, you know. Can I be this or that to help your team win? And I kept turning people away when I ran into. Mike and we're introduced a from a mutual friend. We started talking and we hit it off, and and really the foundation of how Mike was trained in the foundation. Have I've been trained I. DON'T TRAIN, but. Whatever I was, but We we really did see I-, and so we've spent a number of years now working at trying to help people play really well and win and have the best one that they can create through their sport, and it's been a blast, and so with that. There's a lot of stuff that we put together that we've really. Kind of come to own, and so we're thrilled to share it. We a chance on. If you can imagine, we're calling it audible original. Can you imagine that Mike you? Did you know so? We somehow we got from start to finish. That's the heart. It's not that it's such monumental accomplishment. It's just that we finished something together and we're really proud of so hard. Thing that's what I look forward to hearing about in pre dive into a little bit more is is what it took to get to this. Because some you know, listen people like me when I'm cleaning house late at night, just push play, and I just listen, and that's the easy part, but the work that it took to get to the point where I can play. That's what I want to get real. Quick say we all make choices and you're just saying you have a million different people that you could have said Hey I wanna work with you and the fact that it's a choice to choose toward. It's all about the people. It's all about the team as we all know. and. That's why to me. This is really special so Let's make sure we make it clear. Audible original, and that's a big deal. I know exactly what that means. I've listened to some of those so that's the thing you've had your training courses for many many years, but this is another level. How did you get to this point Michael? If you want to start, how did this project began? Okay so the the audible original that the? Feels like a book and I know it's not technically supposed to be called book, but it's an experience where you listen to the science, the.

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"pete carroll" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

06:59 min | 11 months ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"And Sage. Absolutely stands for authenticity and so it was so apparent in her. Recent finding mastery interview so if you haven't had the chance to that out. I think you'll be pleased for the time. Well spent their. So in this conversation, we talk about everything from how coach and I I got started working together to. What we've come to learn about helping others explore their potential. And it's not easy. It's not complicated. It just requires a fundamental organization of your life towards principles that matter most to and then working some mental skills that will help you be about that person that you want. Be even when it's hard to beat up person. That's really what authenticity is the consistency of being the man or woman that you want to be even when it's hard, even when the environment is incredibly challenging, that's how we find out who we are. That's why we run to the edges. You know really run to the edges of what's difficult and hard. What challenges us? And I know most of us in our community, the final mastery committee. I know we want to be in the thin heard, not because it special and rare, but just because that's where we really find out. WHO WE ARE! That's why one of the reasons I love this community flat out. Love it again. I'm so excited to release this audiobook. This audible original so again preorder at audible dot com slash compete beat to create, and it comes out July ninth, and so hopefully the preorder just absolutely smashes records. Let's make it happen. And with that, let's jump right into this week's conversation with sage, Steele, interviewing coach, Carroll and myself. Okay I actually can't believe this is happening. I am thrilled to be sitting in Dr, Michael, debase, care for I mean maybe thirty forty five minutes sixty minutes depending on how I do not. You're nodding you. He can kick me out. You're still in charge of this survey. Thank you so much, it's. An honor to get to talk to you again. And Get to talk to coach Pete Carroll for the first time. Really which I can't believe it is taking all these years for me to be able to say I've met could carol on. Thank you both. Thank you for having prolonged. We need to do this Michael Seriously I. Don't know that you know you got himself into. Coaching I were talking about Who would who would we really enjoy having this conversation with? And you're right there at the number. One Pole position top of the list, so we're honored to do this with the US thank you. This is pressure, but is truly an honor for me, and here's the thing I you know the Dr Been Learning from both of you for years you know from a distance and so. I think that's why I was so excited that she asked because there's so much to learn, and it's just a matter of whether or not. You're willing to do the work, right. We talked about that many times. Such is about the work so here we got the. That's the thing for for those people who are familiar with your work together phenomenal for those of you who are not yet ready because the two of you together in my mind. Your powerhouse I knew that you've worked together for years now in Seattle. I think we'll get into that a lot more in a little bit, but this huge project that you know if you're one of the cool kids used to drop right inaudible original. It's awesome. It's it's deep. It's thought provoking. Challenging is the word that I like to use again because it's work. It's a matter of how great you WanNa be on, and it is here's here. It is officially called compete to create an approach to living and leading authentically and doctor you know what that word authentic means to me, and that's why me Zo attractive, so for those that recognized the title rightfully so because it's been around, is it? Is that correct twenty thirteen since youtube really begin to get on compete to create that title, right? It's been well. It's kind of. We've morphed into the title a little bit after that, but we've been working together for all that time. Yeah, we're like eight or nine years or something going on. It feels like forever we've been. We've been hooked up so. Yeah No, it's been a blast. I think you're supposed to say. It feels like it's just been overnight. Right now it's been. Not Games my Milan. Games I'll start. The note here is that. I've learned so much from working with your coach and being part of the organization that you put together with the Seattle seahawks the culture and what you're doing that this book this business that we have together this joint ventures the way I like to think about it's super meaningful. It's it's my best work and so. Yes I'm absolutely stoked to continue to pull on the threads that you know an unwind some of the stuff that we're putting together. Yeah, we. We've had a really good time doing it and sage for a really long time. You'll have people. Ask Me, you know. Can I be this or that to help your team win? And I kept turning people away when I ran into. Mike and we're introduced a from a mutual friend. We started talking and we hit it off, and and really the foundation of how Mike was trained in the foundation. Have I've been trained I. DON'T TRAIN, but. Whatever I was, but We we really did see I-, and so we've spent a number of years now working at trying to help people play really well and win and have the best one that they can create through their sport, and it's been a blast, and so with that. There's a lot of stuff that we put together that we've really. Kind of come to own, and so we're thrilled to share it. We a chance on. If you can imagine, we're calling it audible original. Can you imagine that Mike you? Did you know so? We somehow we got from start to finish. That's the heart. It's not that it's such monumental accomplishment. It's just that we finished something together and we're really proud of so hard. Thing that's what I look forward to hearing about in pre dive into a little bit more is is what it took to get to this. Because some you know, listen people like me when I'm cleaning house late at night, just push play, and I just listen, and that's the easy part, but the work that it took to get to the point where I can play. That's what I want to get real. Quick say we all make choices and you're just saying you have a million different people that you could have said Hey I wanna work with you and the fact that it's a choice to choose toward. It's all about the people. It's all about the team as we all know. and. That's why to me. This is really special so Let's make sure we make it clear. Audible original, and that's a big deal. I know exactly what that means. I've listened to some of those so that's the thing you've had your training courses for many many years, but this is another level. How did you get to this point Michael? If you want to start, how did this project began? Okay so the the audible original that the? Feels like a book and I know it's not technically supposed to be called book, but it's an experience where you listen to the science, the.

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"pete carroll" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"The whole idea behind these conversations is to learn from people who have committed their life efforts towards mastery in what we WANNA do is we want to understand? What are they searching for? How did they organize their life? What are the mental skills they use to build and refine their abilities to adjust and pivot to the unfolding unpredictable unknown, and that's really what this is about is to learn, and then to organize it in such a way that you can apply those insights to your own life. And this conversation, it's a little different. It's with sage, Steele and Pete Carroll and myself and P Carroll's the head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, and he's my business partner at compete to create. In this conversation, we decided to do something different. We flip the model a bit, and it's really fun. Reason I. AM incredibly excited to show that my first book. It's actually an audible original. It's coming out on July ninth and I couldn't be more honored to Co. write it with P. Carol. Head coach of the Seattle seahawks. It's titled Compete to create an approach to living in leading authentically. So it's an in depth, look on how world class athletes and artists, entrepreneurs and top business leaders how they organized their inner lives to explore the edges, the reaches of their potential in at the same time. Live life with purpose and meaning. Now this book, it's really about celebrating the insights and practices that are at the center of human flourishing and I think we found that sweet spot between science and story and very applied ways for you to be able to practice those skills. So. We pull back the curtain. And hopefully the design is to reveal the psychological framework and mental skills that are common to great performers and leaders. And again the whole goal is for you to be able to apply those same practices in all areas of your life, and if you've already taken our online course finding your best as it's called, this is a great companion. To your.

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"pete carroll" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"The whole idea behind these conversations is to learn from people who have committed their life efforts towards mastery in what we WANNA do is we want to understand? What are they searching for? How did they organize their life? What are the mental skills they use to build and refine their abilities to adjust and pivot to the unfolding unpredictable unknown, and that's really what this is about is to learn, and then to organize it in such a way that you can apply those insights to your own life. And this conversation, it's a little different. It's with sage, Steele and Pete Carroll and myself and P Carroll's the head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, and he's my business partner at compete to create. In this conversation, we decided to do something different. We flip the model a bit, and it's really fun. Reason I. AM incredibly excited to show that my first book. It's actually an audible original. It's coming out on July ninth and I couldn't be more honored to Co. write it with P. Carol. Head coach of the Seattle seahawks. It's titled Compete to create an approach to living in leading authentically. So it's an in depth, look on how world class athletes and artists, entrepreneurs and top business leaders how they organized their inner lives to explore the edges, the reaches of their potential in at the same time. Live life with purpose and meaning. Now this book, it's really about celebrating the insights and practices that are at the center of human flourishing and I think we found that sweet spot between science and story and very applied ways for you to be able to practice those skills. So. We pull back the curtain. And hopefully the design is to reveal the psychological framework and mental skills that are common to great performers and leaders. And again the whole goal is for you to be able to apply those same practices in all areas of your life, and if you've already taken our online course finding your best as it's called, this is a great companion. To your.

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"pete carroll" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"Pete is is well established enough well respected enough and smart enough to know that the minute he spoke on this capper. Nick situation the climate that we're. Currently sitting in right now, it was going to become a headline. It's going to be on. Speak for yourself today in numerous other TV shows where they're going to dissect and and really break down what it is that P. Carroll may have been saying or may not have been saying so I think by him knowing that and being clear on that, there is a level of genuineness and sincerity. Sincerity and the words that he said but I agree I think the rabbit hole definitely goes a little deeper and I think there's probably other agendas or reasons for him doing it, but the one that I settled on was I just want to separate myself from any ill feelings in terms of how this man was treated based upon a change of failings that people have three years later. I would say this. How many different organizations they call capper nic even gets go in and work out for E. Girl is one of those organizations, and you know most. The timing were answering questions former players in. We're answering questions. We is the question the way we want to answer the question, not necessarily what the reporters digging for, but the way you want to shape the narrow right and and your very. Very first in that as a head coach, whereas a player based upon the narrative that you want to be out there and I think there's always more to the story. You don't when it's come to a head goes. There's a lot of decisions in a lot of things that have to think about when you're managing your football team and I think that's what Pete Carroll said. Is Hey listen man? We brought him. Him In. We're one of the teams one of few teams that brought him in. We worked out. We really liked him, but there was an a spot because we looked at him. As like a we don't want you to compete with our starting. quarterback are starting. QUARTERBACK is established. He doesn't Miss Games whatever the case may be, and ultimately will give you an opportunity to go out there and find your starting. Starting job or at least give you a chance to compete for your starting job. Thing is there is noise. There are things that people are going to have to answer and talk about I. Don't WanNa bring that into my organization, and that's eight that that is perfectly acceptable like when you're managing football team. It's like the Tim. TVOS scenario like there's a lot of teams that didn't want 'em Tibo in they. They do I. Don't think he's a quarterback, but I think. Are A lot of teams that say I WANNA. Have you know a a press conference for my backup quarterback? That's a distraction and you know as well as I do teams really worrying about the distraction during the course of the season, and that's part of the decision making process that goes into being an organization a head coach. You don't have all the ball team so I. I don't Fault Carol. I look at peak, Carol and. I. Got A ton of respect for peak. Carol but. I never had Seattle as intended target in terms of all of the strap, no, and and all of the consequences that have come from Kapernick. Being unemployed blackballed. I thought Seattle actually was one of the teams that really put forth effort until I, heard yesterday, and then I was like. Wait a minute. You have now talked yourself into the crossfire and the cover up sounds worse than the crime like we're starting to really untangle peak Carro, saying he's basically saying I love the Guy He's a starter and we. Russell Wilson so we bought him in. If you brought them in, your gotta starter. Would you bring them in for a backup? Okay, where's the offer? If you could get Colin Kaepernick to even bite at any offer. You've done something there because who doesn't want to stack the deck and turns the backups in terms of talent on the roster, but no, we rather go forward Gino Smith. What's what did he say right here? So that makes no sense in the football perspective and I went p Carol Look. I'M GONNA. Keep it one hundred. Pete Carroll's the white coach and we're asking them right now. In this moment. How he felt about Colin Kaepernick back then and right now. Like a miniature person, they have a change in tune, and that's okay. It's fine, but you have to either know how to dance with this conversation with.

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"pete carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

15:53 min | 1 year ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"You gotta push shift yeah yeah yeah. The point is to be uncomfortable yeah so anyway okay so i was so pete is like he is the person that gives that to other humans all day long right. It's cool. I really wish he had seen last chance you a love last this last see the current season is phenomenal in that coach who i like. I think he's got this. Is these amazing qualities. These white from south central negro around all black folks. We really knows how to communicate with kids that have come from a really rough area anybody the elza la and he uses a lot of these techniques that just you don't think forget everything else it come to see. It becomes that torture debate. You know yeah which which you know i feel differently about torture if it worked but there's so much evidence that it actually doesn't work yes that you don't get the truth from it discuss series of lies. They think you want to hear similarly. I don't i don't think that that screaming at everyone and shit yields resort certainly they wanted from me. I know i it's just different personality types like i bet some people do really thrive off of that. It's kind of like a sick almost like masochistic asa kiss stick thing. I feel like if they had like a dad that like yelled at him and pushed him but then gave him as his approval. There's some that feels familiar in nice but if if you didn't for me it's so foreign to have a fucking man. Just scream at you now. It's enough for me. I mean i guess yeah. I guess there is something sort of exciting writing about someone's approval. That's hard to have <hes> and then so that's sort of what they're displaying like guy hate you and then eventually elite. They turn feels really good well. That's the did you watch the <hes> the lake placid olympics documentary about the hockey team there and then it was made into the movie miracle. Oh i didn't see either and famously like at that time. Still we only college athletes playing the olympics. There was no professionals rational now now tall professional but then it was still a collective of college athletes that beat russia which was impossible and those were professional players mhm in that coach was kind of celebrated for his whole plan was always to unite them against him so he was willing to be the asshole that everyone hated to unite them so i guess there's that version where it seems like it worked. Digging need poly technical approach where it's like. You're adjusting for everyone's personality finale. Which sounds like what pete does maybe. He gives the guys who need that. Yeah tough love shit that yeah and supports others thrive off that yeah i do. The best thing you can do is engenders some sort of feeling that the team mm-hmm is one right and what however you do that. That's the real keys is rule number. One always protect the ti- yeah yeah that's right. That's an important factor because it doesn't really matter what the coach is pushing you to do. You'll push yourself. If you feel like these. Other people need me to do that. Depend on you yeah. I miss it yeah. You should find your way back into some kind of competitive something. I'm gonna. We're gonna have to think on that this week. With what options are there for you crosswords. I'm not going to be good enough at at though no. I need to be good at it too late in the game to come competitive across words i i. I want to start learning piano <hes>. I don't think i should get competitive. 'cause i'm just about to start learning a little early needed at the same time oh and then we'll get competitive which the other that sounds like. It's a good plan for okay so some tax. There are actually aren't that many facts oh well. This just reminded me because he said that he worked his football coaches. He'd coach those pop warner kids and stuff and i ended that we were forced forced to do that in in high school we had to coach the reckless kids saw in cheering alvarez signed a grade. There was a horrible incident that happened injury. You know the sexually assault now but i mean pretty much worse this girl it's so owned one so really been extorted kid. I punch shoot. I knocked the wind out. You know these are like a eight year. Olds probably let it out. She feels like <hes> handmaid's tale. When you're in the center chair yes guilt sin sin sin so this girl was eight eight ish and me me and my friend my other cheerleader friend were their coach and she was in rec league and i think her mom drove the school bus and and and she had a huge you know huge huge huge mole okay on her leg. Maybe i don't remember where it was but it was exposed okay and it was huge distraction a lot of hair yup well. Even at a it was a real site. Uh-huh there was an eyesore yes and she was obviously not cool and these were young cheerleader so ever a lot. The people were cool popular yeah. You're i have a mix. I think of supporting you and tell me and then and then just thanks feeling really sad already. Just the mom's a school bus driver. That's that's a tough road a ho. I wonder if i made that up. I if i did ed i really hope i did. I don't think i did i think her mom was the bus driver and she had not cute mole well and you know she just didn't fit in and stunt and see if the kind of i think people had to touch her mole. No one wanted to anyway me and my friend were talking about it okay in a not favorable favorable way and she her we didn't know okay came up like our coach is told us oh boy hey. There's this situation. We weren't like it was kind of. It was extra back because we weren't getting in trouble. Just like be more private about this happened and what happened and we were like did you do i think at first we were like no no that wasn't us or we were like no we were saying it's viewed of and use it as a knob the it's a great opportunity to really get a hold on her when she's flying what you wanna do this'll be muscle memory. You feel that knob to grab obama and you're never going to be in use it as an anyway and then we had. We talked with her mom the bus driver you had to talk to mav. Oh it was it it was. I only have ever told anyone that was awful. It really was yeah. I think i can't imagine any of us. Don't have those memories memories because i was inclined to go like oh. I was big and i was fighting a lot so maybe it's just me that i hurt. Someone and i feel terrible about it but i think everyone has gotten ensnared in and some shadiness to someone else. It's almost impossible to make it to your life without shit happen again. That's how you learn. You probably felt terrible. Uh-huh yes also i felt so many things i felt terrible also felt so scared. I was like all my god. I did something really bad. I feel guilty and also i feel like oh. My life is ruined. I'm probably going to get kicked off this cheerleading squad. Your whole life was ending and the mom was nice to own are both prone to feel like our whole life is indeed. I wonder again if that's like broadly universal or and <hes> people think like these little indiscretions are going to take the whole thing down yeah. That's a really good question. I don't think everyone one does feel that it presumes that like you have something you want to keep to begin with which may be unique unique now yeah <hes> you guys apologize to the girl. I think maybe i mean. We put us to the mom i can't. I don't know i think we did. I'm sure we had to nope. This is one of those you know real murky kind of topics which are you don't want to perpetuate something in yet it short so you know i always bring up. The fighting thing like i would if your kid is getting picked on. Would you say punch them. It's clearly wrong but what's wrong. Her army wants to go. I i oh i wish she could have just got the mole removed because you're asking a lot of eight-year-olds to not care about a mole. I now it's yes. We ideal deal if eight-year-olds didn't care but then you also have to be realistic about the world we live in so excited you get this more removed. You know i certainly would but i don't if that's the evolve moving in the right direction like oh. That's just their crossed bear and it'll build character. I don't know it's complicated. I just know my my heart would snap in half. Lincoln came home and everyone's talking about a mole on her like i mean i it would hurt me so much more even leaking with these stitches. You know you've seen me with injuries. I could give a fuck. I don't care if i got a slang or i'm getting operated. I don't care at all stitches her stitches in her finger. When she touches up my stomach turns. I'm like oh. I'm so nervous about her hurting herself thinking about someone <hes>. I feel really bad about that girl new. It's okay. That's it's all dead now or something. No she's probably the governor of georgia okay again. It could be like dyslexia probably like to find her. She if she found her confidence fuck this world this superpower i oh she just got it remove. It wasn't really a mole. I mean it was but it was like more humor. It was kind of like a tumor that had a pigment hype hyperplasia with some malignant tumor s qualities. Oh oh man you know what's funny. Is you gotta just kind of like for you. I feel guilty. You feel mad at yourself that you're so shallow right. That's how i feel when i'm like judgmental of someone's got like <hes> tons of flakes all of their eyebrows or so mag become aware of it and then a mad at myself right but i do imagine there has to be some evolutionary thing where it's like. We're we we have a biological response to be afraid of someone. That seems to be carrying a disease or infectious. I really think that's what it stems from. That's why throw up smells so much much closer than anything else because there's poison in the throat and that's why they threw up so if you want to be repelled by so you know to me or or even like lameness right. I don't even know if that's the word you can use anymore but like if kids born with a bomb leg or arm. I think evolutionary you're like oh. That's a liability all of our safety interesting yeah any to beat yourself up. You have those feelings that you have to overcome them and you need to shame yourself of me so mad and disappointed with yourself that you just that your knee jerk reaction of these things. I think it's kind of hard wired in us. Yeah it's like it's but you can be judgmental. Judge mental of your action after the thought for sure yeah you know what really makes me sad about the story is like i think we were just talking about it because it was was like fun to talk about somebody else in the same way the same thing everyone does all the time or they wanna talk uh other people to make themselves feel better and it was like we were on the cool team right. We didn't have a huge mole yes and yeah. I probably felt like oh thank god. I don't have that because of all these other things. I don't like your whole skin color yeah well. This is the thing that's recommended in the broken ladder which down comparing means basically what you're doing all but that's i don't. I wouldn't recommend that. I don't think it's good to do that. It also is like so stupid like just interesting no well well. Hold on down compare not in a mean way but it is like. I'm always <music> saint on here that i'm a six or i don't like how i look and then so when i think about oh yeah i could like how i looked less and i should be grateful and so it could lead me to having gratitude wall to mentally yeah. That's because it's a shame our brains work that way. You need to find something some of the worst plight than ears to enjoy your station okay so how many people have e- cots said like five people have them fifteen people have them oh fifteen yes but more than forty performers are just one away including richard rogers rita peter marino audrey hepburn well. She's won't be able to get it but mel brooks share kate winslet let viola davis common helen mirren lin manuel miranda dick van dyke julie andrews lily tomlin omlund. These are some of the people anyhow so there might be a big influx of guts. Yeah sin could get even less exclusive fifteen. That's higher than i would have thought hafer very much but i just how do people win a grammy. You're an actor. Sometimes you can win them and kind of dicey way. Oh yeah like zach braff. One one i think for yes for the the soundtrack of of garden state garden state soundtrack a great soundtrack which is when i think of grammy winners i think people who write amazing music not people who cure a yeah sometimes you can win them for like audio or like audio. Oh so we might win. Why me and i'd i'd like to if you will yeah you could be inching towards an e got at least nomination i could. Maybe i could be the nominations so not winner winner but i have an emmy nomination. I know so then. Maybe i'd get maybe guy for the nomination. I don't think i've introduced us like monica. Padma n- e- got nominated i needed as you know because they all say trailers academy award nominated. That's still that stays with you to just the nomination yeah. 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"pete carroll" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

15:25 min | 1 year ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"You gotta push shift yeah yeah yeah. The point is to be uncomfortable yeah so anyway okay so i was so pete is like he is the person that gives that to other humans all day long right. It's cool. I really wish he had seen last chance you a love last this last see the current season is phenomenal in that coach who i like. I think he's got this. Is these amazing qualities. These white from south central negro around all black folks. We really knows how to communicate with kids that have come from a really rough area anybody the elza la and he uses a lot of these techniques that just you don't think forget everything else it come to see. It becomes that torture debate. You know yeah which which you know i feel differently about torture if it worked but there's so much evidence that it actually doesn't work yes that you don't get the truth from it discuss series of lies. They think you want to hear similarly. I don't i don't think that that screaming at everyone and shit yields resort certainly they wanted from me. I know i it's different personality types like i bet some people do really thrive off of that. It's kind of like a sick almost like masochistic asa kiss stick thing. I feel like if they had like a dad that like yelled at him and pushed him but then gave him as his approval. There's some that feels familiar in nice but if if you didn't for me it's so foreign to have a fucking man. Just scream at you now. It's enough for me. I mean i guess yeah. I guess there is something sort of exciting writing about someone's approval. That's hard to have <hes> and then so that's sort of what they're displaying like guy hate you and then eventually late. They turn feels really good well. That's the did you watch the <hes> the lake placid olympics documentary about the hockey team there and then it was made into the movie miracle. Oh i didn't see either and famously like at that time. Still we only college athletes playing the olympics. There was no professionals rational now now tall professional but then it was still a collective of college athletes that beat russia which was impossible and those were professional players mhm in that coach was kind of celebrated for his whole plan was always to unite them against him so he was willing to be the asshole that everyone hated to unite unite them so. I guess there's that version where it seems like it worked. Digging need poly technical approach where it's like. You're adjusting for everyone's personality finale. Which sounds like what pete does maybe. He gives the guys who need that. Yeah tough love shit that yeah and supports others thrive off that yeah i do. The best thing you can do is engenders some sort of feeling that the team mm-hmm is one right and what however you do that. That's the real keys is rule number. One always protect the ti- yeah yeah that's right. That's an important factor because it doesn't really matter what the coach is pushing you to do. You'll push yourself. If you feel like these. Other people need me to do that. Depend on you yeah. I miss it yeah. You should find your way back into some kind of competitive something. I'm gonna. We're gonna have to think on that this week. What options are there for you crosswords. I'm not going to be good enough at at though no. I need to be good at it too late in the game to come competitive across words i i. I want to start learning piano <hes>. I don't think i should get competitive. 'cause i'm just about to start learning a little early on at the same time oh and then we'll get competitive which the other that sounds like. It's a good plan for okay so some tax. There are actually aren't that many facts oh well. This just reminded me because he said that he worked his football coaches. He'd coach those pop warner kids and stuff and i ended that we were forced forced to do that in in high school we had to coach the reckless kids saw in cheering alvarez signed a grade. There was a horrible incident that happened injury. You know the sexually assault but i mean pretty much worse this girl it's so owned one so really been extorted kid. I punch shoot. I knocked the wind out bad yeah so these are like eight year. Olds probably let it out. She feels like <hes> handmaid's tale. When you're in the center chair yes guilt sin sin sin so this girl was eight eight ish and me me and my friend my other cheerleader friend were their coach and she was in rec league and i think her mom drove the school bus and and and she had a huge you know huge huge huge mole okay on her leg. Maybe i don't remember where it was but it was exposed okay and it was huge distraction a lot of hair yup well. Even at a it was a real site. Uh-huh there was an eyesore yes and she was obviously not cool and these were young cheerleader so ever a lot. The people were cool popular yeah. You're i have a mix. I think of supporting you and tell me and then and then just thanks feeling really sad already. Just the mom's a school bus driver. That's that's a tough row to hoe. I wonder if i made that up. I if i did ed i really hope i did. I don't think i did i think her mom was the bus driver and she had not cute. Mole will and you know she. Just didn't fit in and stunt and see if the kind of i think people had to touch her mole. No one wanted to anyway me and my friend were talking about it okay in a not favorable favorable way and she her we didn't know okay came up like our coach is told us oh boy hey. There's this situation. We weren't like it was kind of. It was extra back because we weren't getting in trouble. Just like be more private about this happened and what happened and we were like did you do i think at first we were like no no that wasn't us or we were like no we were saying it's viewed of and use it as a knob the it's a great opportunity to really get a hold on her when she's flying what you wanna do this'll be muscle memory. You feel that knob to grab obama and you're never going to be in use it as an anyway and then we had. We talked with her mom the bus driver you had to talk to mav. Ooh it was it it was. I only have ever told anyone that was awful. It really was yeah. I think i can't imagine any of us. Don't have those memories memories because i was inclined to go like oh. I was big and i was fighting a lot so maybe it's just me that i hurt. Someone and i feel terrible about it but i think everyone has gotten ensnared in and some shadiness to someone else. It's almost impossible to make it to your life without shit happen again. That's how you learn. You probably felt terrible. Uh-huh yes also i felt so many things i felt terrible also felt so scared. I was like oh my god. I did something really bad. I feel guilty and also i feel like oh. My life is ruined. I'm probably going to get kicked off this cheerleading squad. Your whole life was ending and the mom was nice to own are both prone to feel like our whole life is indeed. I wonder again if that's like broadly universal or and <hes> people think like these little indiscretions are going to take the whole thing down yeah. That's a really good question. I don't think everyone one does feel that it presumes that like you have something you want to keep to begin with which may be unique unique now yeah <hes> you guys apologize to the girl. I think maybe i mean. We put us to the mom i can't. I don't know i think we did. I'm sure we had to nope. This is one of those you know real murky kind of topics which are you don't want to perpetuate something in yet it short so you know i always bring up. The fighting thing like i would if your kid is getting picked on. Would you say punch them. It's clearly wrong but what's wrong. Her army wants to go. I i oh i wish she could have just got the mole removed because you're asking a lot of eight-year-olds to not care about a mole. I now it's yes. We ideal deal. If eight-year-olds didn't care but then you also have to be realistic about the world we live in so it's sad you get this more removed. You know i certainly would but i don't if that's the evolve moving in the right direction like oh. That's just their crossed bear and it'll build character. I don't know it's complicated. I just know my my heart would snap in half. Lincoln came home and everyone's talking about a mole on her like i mean i it would hurt me so much more even leaking with these stitches. You know you've seen me with injuries. I could give a fuck. I don't care if i got a slang or i'm getting operated. I don't care at all stitches her stitches in her finger. When she touches up my stomach turns. I'm like oh. I'm so nervous about her hurting herself thinking about someone <hes>. I feel really bad about that girl new. It's okay. That's it's all dead now or something. No she's probably the governor of georgia okay again. It could be like dyslexia probably like to find her. She if she found her confidence fuck this world this superpower i oh she just got it remove. It wasn't really a mole. I mean it was but it was like more humor. It was kind of like a tumor that had a pigment hype hyperplasia with some malignant tumor s qualities. Oh oh man you know what's funny. Is you gotta just kind of like for you. I feel guilty. You feel mad at yourself that you're so shallow right. That's how i feel when i'm like judgmental of someone's got like <hes> tons of flakes all of their eyebrows or so mag become aware of it and then a mad at myself right but i do imagine there has to be some evolutionary thing where it's like. We're we we have a biological response to be afraid of someone. That seems to be carrying a disease or infectious. I really think that's what it stems from. That's why throw up smells so much much closer than anything else because there's poison in the throat and that's why they threw up so if you want to be repelled by so you know to me or or even like lameness right don't even know if that's the word you can use anymore but like if kids born with a bomb leg or arm. I think evolutionary you're like oh. That's a liability all of our safety interesting yeah any to beat yourself up. You have those feelings that you have to overcome them and you need to shame yourself of me so mad and disappointed with yourself that you just that your knee jerk reaction of these things. I think it's kind of hard wired in us. Yeah it's like it's but you can be judgmental. Judge mental of your action after the thought for sure yeah you know what really makes me sad about the story is like i think we were just talking about it because it was was like fun to talk about somebody else in the same way the same thing everyone does all the time or they wanna talk uh other people to make themselves feel better and it was like we were on the cool team right. We didn't have a huge mole yes and yeah. I probably felt like oh thank god. I don't have that because of all these other things. I don't like your whole skin color yeah well. This is the thing that's recommended in the broken ladder which down comparing means basically what you're doing all but that's i don't. I wouldn't recommend that. I don't think it's good to do that. It also is like so stupid like just interesting no well. Well hold on down compare in a mean way but it is like. I'm always <music> saint on here that i'm a six or i don't like how i look and then so when i think about oh yeah i could like how i looked less and i should be grateful and so it could lead me to having gratitude wall to mentally yeah. That's because it's a shame our brains work that way. You need to find something some of the worst plight than ears to enjoy your station okay so how many people have e- cots said like five people have them fifteen people have them oh fifteen yes but more than forty performers are just one away including richard rogers rita peter marino audrey hepburn well. She's won't be able to get it but mel brooks share kate winslet let viola davis common helen mirren lin manuel miranda dick van dyke julie andrews lily tomlin tomlin. These are some of the people anyhow so there might be a big influx of guts. Yeah sin could get even less exclusive fifteen. That's higher than i would have thought hafer very much but i just how do people win a grammy. You're an actor. Sometimes you can win them in dicey way. Oh yeah like zach braff one one i think for yes for the the soundtrack of of garden state garden state soundtrack a great soundtrack which is when i think of grammy winners i think people who write amazing music not people who cure a yeah sometimes you can win them for like audio or like audio so we might win..

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13:42 min | 1 year ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Yeah audible experiences take us. We're gonna we're gonna come out here pretty soon. We've we've done the working now. We gotta get organized. Get revealed in the pretty fun that brings up my time management schmidt question. How on earth do you juggle these things. Will you know what early will really well. No call your family and say <hes> it really is. It's just important for me to be active and doing stuff and whatever you know kind of lights me up. I'm chasing. There's so much out there in. I think it enriches what i'm doing anyway so i i think it's all part of the process of trying to figure out. It'd be really good when i'm doing yeah well listen <hes> so grateful that you took time out today and he had a super busy. You guys ashton. Yeah never talked to a football coach very exciting very inspirational. Your well-dressed. You're in great shape. Again is luminescent. Ah you know if the other book doesn't take off you need to do just kind of like a personal style and allied health book wjm okay. We'll glenn because if i end up if i look like you in twenty four years i'm gonna be fucking. Do back flips off decided yeah so the number is this number. You're the oldest coach in the league with you at all only when people bring it up take very nuts is why would never thought it by looking at you. If i hadn't read a base it was really refund. Talk with you. Get your inspiration. All we love you. Thanks a lot for coming in and i wanna say good luck for today but not good. Look you playing the chargers. Play the chargers yeah so not not good luck. Okay.

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Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

13:42 min | 1 year ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Yeah audible experiences take us. We're gonna we're gonna come out here pretty soon. We've we've done the working now. We gotta get organized. Get revealed in the pretty fun that brings up my time management schmidt question. How on earth do you juggle these things. Will you know what early will really well. No call your family and say <hes> it really is. It's just important for me to be active and doing stuff and whatever you know kind of lights me up. I'm chasing. There's so much out there in. I think it enriches what i'm doing anyway so i i think it's all part of the process of trying to figure out. It'd be really good when i'm doing yeah well listen <hes> so grateful that you took time out today and he had a super busy. You guys ashton. Yeah never talked to a football coach very exciting very inspirational. Your well-dressed. You're in great shape. Again is luminescent. Ah you know if the other book doesn't take off you need to do just kind of like personal style and allied health book wjm okay. We'll glenn because if i end up if i look like you in twenty four years i'm gonna be fucking. Do backflips decided yeah so the number is this number. You're the oldest coach in the league with you at all only when people bring it up take very nuts is why would never thought it by looking at you. If i hadn't read a base it was really refund. Talk with you. Get your inspiration. All we love you. Thanks a lot for coming in and i wanna say good luck for today but not good. Look you playing the chargers. Play the chargers good luck. Okay.

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Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

10:12 min | 1 year ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Okay so number two to know whining no complaining no excuses as one that i really swiped from coach wooden. That was one of his guidelines. It meant a lot to me. It had to do with mental toughness in the sense. Can you operate without tell somebody you're sad story. Can you function by not n- saying disparaging things about what's going on. Can you understand that you're sad. Story may affect somebody. Else's can be tough enough about not doing that now. That's also has to do with just making excuses so if you're a rule number two violator in our program you they do it on a million different levels you know by by making an excuse for something and were you know whatever yeah and so that to me is really important about our self. Talk tuck it. Will i get to talk about self talk here because in explaining to the words that you say are so powerful and your actions basically follow what you say and so oh. Let's be mindful of what we're doing here. You know let's control this variable that could take down a negative road that we don't want to go as a team as in the locker room as as we travel but for yourself too you know let's get your words together and let's make sure that you understand how powerful positive self talk and affirmations are in the way you converse and communicate communicate and all that so yeah i would also like to say because monica and i both this year's new year's resolutions was complaining that was yours was busy similar in the same world and what i have found is that you know in the sense that you find what you're looking for. If i'm in a pattern of complaining or finding finding something that was bad about an experience i now look for it in in looking for it. I find it excuses and negatively. They begat that because because you're looking to confirm the story you're behind. All of this too is is optimism. I don't want to go the other way. I want everything about a program to be built on. What could be can be nut nylon. What is happening what may be negative that could draws for why we should be down as opposed to all of the hope in the positive thoughts that you can have that arena program. You can't say something kind of off the cuff credit in not be called on the same they have fun out in each other for that jon trickett yourself so governs itself and i gotta say i was so delighted. You're meeting went long today because the one rule i knew already was be early early. I got here it exactly on time and i was like fuck. I was going to get here early to show them and then it was quite relieved. You didn't catch me not being early but tell me the difference between being early and on-time well. If you ever tried to be on time it's impossible. Yeah that is all. Is it time that you can't do it. Purely is really important about priorities visit portent about understanding where you fit in the world and how you play a pardon everybody's world around you and so we talk about it in terms of prioritizing getting organized having a plan known you know what you're up against and being able to take the moments that takes to figure out how you can organize your world so that you can approach what's coming up early enough so that you can demonstrate the respect that whatever whatever you're dealing with deserves it is a declaration is truly a declaration. It's a declaration of respect so this is where i talk about respect and the respect everybody and everything around us we we don't ever pick and choose when to respect because if you pick and choose sometimes you're going to be wrong. You're you're gonna disrespect and so when i've asked guys about respect over the years you know you try to talk about respect. Go and go deacs. What's respect for others or for myself. I don't know what you talk about the word okay well. I think respecting someone else's recognizing that they too are going going through something and that they're on their ride in that. They're you know okay great monica you appreciating that there are other people on earth other than you okay okay so there's a million ways in nobody can nail respect as i've asked tons of guys. They can't do it so what we've done is. We've taken the word regard in us. How how you regard something is how you demonstrate respect and so if you see somebody that you don't think is important you and so you don't give him the time of day. You're you're demonstrating a level of regard that really represents how you respect that and if you see somebody that oh i'm gonna get to meet dax. I'm gonna i'm on my best game and i'm fired up happen. I'm there early. I'm looking on dressed up right now that you're demonstrating how you regard how you feel about that well once we start timeout regard. It started to make sense to us. It's the actions that you take the demonstrate. How you feel about whatever you're dealing with for instance. How do you regard the opportunity to play for the seattle seahawks. <hes> do you do everything in your power to put yourself in the best position to be at your very best to demonstrate the this is the most important thing in the world to you right now and you'll take in everything that you can possibly taken to make sure that you you ensure that you know that your actions are reflective of that yes and so it takes us to the point of discussing respect in regard to self respect and self regard. How do you feel about yourself. Do you regard yourself highly enough that you put yourself in the best light or are you willing two people shit. Are you willing to to show up late. Are you willing to not put your best foot forward in jeopardizing your opportunity that demonstrates traced low level of self respect guys don't really care. We know now they tell us. If you just watch and listen you know those that do really care and they wanna give their best shot. They wanna really give every opportunity. Make it available to them. They hold themselves in high regard in so they have a lot of self respect so anyway. That's the way we use. It and it's a really cool thing for us. In around the you know the environment that i love it because the transcends that environment that's dating. That's relationships. That's that's people. I often say. This like people date other people with the same self esteem is themselves because whatever level they think they're worth they find someone who has has a similar value of what they think they deserve to be within. Its kind of back and forth so it's like if everyone is a loser guess what you're the common denominator and you know you. You think you only deserve that and it's all kind of one big. Circle is simple as it is. It's kind of like okay be earlier. What's that mean you know but there's a ton to it in the way we see it so let's dig it. Okay so at seattle again you come in there and you win the first super bowl net franchises history. You guys go what thirteen into or something the seventeen thirteen three and you become one of only three coaches ever to win a college national no football championship and a super bowl games. I e guy yes in hollywood. If you won an emmy a grammy nas honing owning and i that's called an e got very few people who have it so. You're the equivalent of the iga. <hes> you have an online platform right called compete to create that you and michael do and how do people use it. What's it for. Why did you think you discovered something that could be useful to organizations well well just over the years when we recognized that people were drawn to this stuff that we do how we do it in a sense that a while back and tried to figure out how to convey what we do other people because they were asking about it you know how we put it in a format that you can share it with somebody and so but when i met michael michael had such discipline himself in such understanding about performance anson we connected so on so many different levels that i thought maybe this would be a chance for us to find a way to blend what we think and what we what we believe in in making offering offering to other curriculum in create a curriculum that would be available to people so they want to understand this more fully they could and you know we were reinforced by so many different the people would come to us in one spend time this my favorite one of steve kerr you know he came in. He was just going to start up as a new coach and he wanted to. I don't know why he picked us but he came in and sure come hang with with a few days you know and by the way the guy who worked for the buddha right he worked for coach phil jackson fulfill it who he had some great eight relationships with other coaches he had all on all the winning and all the other stuff too and i'm just saying for you a little bit feather in your cap. He had the wisdom to try to figure out. I need to get organized and get my act together because i'm gonna coach. The warriors now never coached him of any sort you know here. He is in the top of the heap anyway but that's just illustration of a guy who he kind of took what he took out of it and now he's an advocate kind of in certain ways but he's totally lied on his own thing which is great and awesome. All of those kinds of examples for us just made us more power in wanting to find a way so we have an online course that we offer. We're doing some really a good things and we're helping people find. Their best is really what we're trying to do and there's so many more ways for us to continue to endeavour figure this out. That's why i i love that. Were formed science instituted s._c. As part of us you know we're we're having a chance to work through education to and to share ideas with people so that they can help themselves out you know and so that's what we're doing. We're doing a lot of work with microsoft microsoft. You know we got some nice companies. We've had a number of big groups that work with us and so hopefully it's a it's a good thing yeah one of the things i found fascinating about it is him saying saying that you know i you have to isolate what you think is possible and i find that to be daunting in its broaden his yes and also liberating. It's not going to be a standard someone else necessarily set it's not going to be against another person's cannot be what do you think your potential is. Let's plan a flag aggie matt and let's aim towards that why we begin with self discovery really self discoveries where you start you gotta find it figured out. It was at the essence of what happened to me in my coaching watching that i've got beat down enough times where i just went back inside and locked myself in the room and just like we're sitting in right here and just had to figure it out. You know where i'm coming from one of my all about about i'm gonna get my ass kicked again. You know if i don't get my act together. I'm gonna get kicked anyway. Let's go out and fighting and clinton era best and so we start with self-discovery which is so valuable and.

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"pete carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

13:49 min | 1 year ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"There was to enjoy the heck out everything we were doing so we aired at times but i don't think we have for the wrong reasons. You know i think right so here's where in the coaching strategies i wanna talk about one is i don't know tell me i feel like perhaps there's a parallel here. I'm sober. I've been sober fifteen years. There's a bunch of principles for me that i really dig one of them. That's the most known probably is one day at a time now. I have sponsored guys that go you know i wanna i wanna get silver but like what about when my son turns twenty one of my not gonna have a beer with my i saw and i'm like yeah that's legit fear but when's your son turned twenty one and fourteen years. What's his today. Today will be sober and tomorrow. Hopefully we'll be sober. We'll cross that path when we come to when your sons twenty one we can evaluate it on that day. We don't need to think about that day. We need to think about today and i do wonder. Is there a parallel between one play at a time. I'm sure everyone wants to win that national championship or that super bowl are you at your best when you're pursuing goal that is mount everest as opposed to step in front of you. You're on i mean you couldn't be more on point with the essence of what i think is. The growth that you have have available to is one step. It's the next step you take. It's not what you just did. Is what you're gonna do now. What you just did is long gone. It doesn't matter if it it was a year or if it was a career or whatever it if it was just the catch that you just made it done and what he gonna do about the next step you take in the ability to discipline yourself to that kind of focus is what can allow you to touch extraordinary. It's a it can allow you to reach into the realm of your highest potentials. Its focus indisciplined disciplined. It's mindfulness. It's presence. It's it's all of those things that come all the way back from eastern philosophy. I learned years and years ago. It was that presence in that love of instant in the moment michael murphy was at the essence of that stuff misty. We mentioned name earlier. He understood that because of his asthma philosophy training that is my challenge orange to help people understand that so that they can be great well. It's hard to write because i'm a wide receiver and i missed some catch right well. The truth is that plays now history book doesn't really matter what you spend on it is it doesn't matter if you think you didn't get this or that coverage or the you know a vet narrative you wanna spin around that unfortunate thing that just hurt written as opposed to just accepting it happen. It's gone. It's gone for good and now. I have a new opportunity in front of me to do something different as really hard. It's tempting to try well. You know what's interesting about it is it a lot of people don't understand that don't have that information yet and so that they go on what they think should happen and what they think you should feel. They should have been the response so many people judge in that manner. They don't get it you right back to the moment when we lose the super bowl. You know that was my greatest test. Are you real or not right in the instance of by before you gotta walk. Your two four stood up from the reaction to that moment. Was i going to be real to what i'm talking about. My gonna take the next step. I i know i did. It wasn't for anybody else but i did know that i needed to show that for others to maybe benefit and they're they are paying the day. We're going to go through from what happened. You have an opportunity to model in and you know. I don't know that it ever came through. I knew that there was a moment in time there because it's such a visible event and all that that i would like to have been able to connect that for other people so that they could understand that you can do it. You can go to the next thing and get moving and we're everybody wanna the drag you back in and keep you appreciate the brought it up yet but but i don't appreciate it because it's it's important. It's important challenge to learn that you can manage your life in a way that you can go to the very next instant and be mindful and present but you think about how you can learn how to do that with your the people that you love in the people that you take care of all it's valuable. It's so necessary i think and so that's why i'm wildly in pursuit of helping people come to understand that if you're carrying the shame of your last indiscretion into tomorrow than you might as well just admit your fucking tomorrow because you really can't you can't be in both yeah the other thing i feel like could be the <hes> interesting parallel. Is you know we famously say the serenity prayer in there all the time which is basically just gimme the guidance of which things i should accept in which things i should keep battling battling and i think that is a human. I think it transcends all occupations. It's like god figuring out what things to accept. A shitty calls shitty call the quicker you can accept accept that and move forward the better off you are. I would imagine like there's so many elements that are out of your control in in every second spent worrying about the things that are your control is. I could have put into things you do control right. It is exactly controlling. The things you can control is how you live your life. If you try to mess with the things you can't control. You're going to be a mess mess. He is going to be a mess. That's exactly how we coach. In has we teach is to develop the discipline that it takes to not get attracted to the things that are outside ahead of you and just stay with the things that are within you and then when you do that you can celebrate so much more easily because you don't always in response to what just happened. What are they thinking thinking and all that so. It's an extraordinarily valuable discipline yeah in hard hard. Is we all lay in bed and goes you. Don't you get you got any relearn at oh. Oh yes you keep relearning. That's right right and then over time and sadly to add something that comes with the vantage point of age which is you can look back on your life and go all the things i worried about maybe ten percent of those things where what ended up affecting me and then all these things. I didn't even consider became the biggest obstacles and stuff. There was some great correlation relation. It'd be worth it but generally none of us are worrying about the right things. Anyways you get an aneurysm. You're trying to quit smoking. You're you know whatever the thing is. We're bad predictors okay so the other thing that i think is really you're in a unique position to speak on his and i asked michael algebra about this a lot of the guys you deal with had the same childhood i i had which is no dad around sporadic stepdad's that came in with a game plan. I'm not open to it. I don't want your fucking game plan. I'll i'd rather bet on myself. I self so i imagine there's different coaching styles with with guys who are fatherless or limited fathering and then once you had a dad around all the time is there is there a a distinct coaching styles would sound like you know you click into this mentality this thinking but there's great value empathy the and and being able to receive the people where were they are and whitman what they've been through all of that and then our way is to try to put them in a relationship based environment so that we can learn who they are and what's going on with them and then learn how to connect with them in the most effective way because what we're trying to help them do is be the best they can be so to do that. You've got to figure out who you're dealing with regardless of what their background on circumstances so we work to find common ground and common vision and stuff in that we get to the real of it you know and it's not about you could have sat in the meeting last night and heard my players a little group that was firing up the rest of the defensive guys in the night for the game and out came these unbelievable revelations of stories of their background just in minutes of their conversation. That would just move you in the every one of them has a story everyone who's got the hearts. Exactly you're talking about that made damn the man that they are today and make them the man that they may become. It's so valuable to know that everybody's got their story into. Let them know that you care and give them an opportunity to share their story and then on. We go okay yeah. That's your stuff but we're not going to keep coming back to it same thing that's what was now. What are we gonna do now you know and how can we develop this wonderful fruitful environment environment that you can flourish in in grading. You know yeah after forty something years of doing this. You know there's an open hearted approach that is i don't know just about as real as it gets you know the other's differences in our backgrounds and stuff but what were commonly drawn together to do in in in to embrace our guys live in the extraordinarily world even though you'll issues still issues about it and legitimate issues about it if you could see what it's it's like behind the walls of of a building in these guys get to just flourish in their unique special ways that they are an accepted for it and received well day the in and day out and not hill to some other standards and not pressed or core stra and they get to free the flow in our environment and it's awesome just to be connected to be able to be caught up in it and then go back to the extraordinary nature of what your occupation is. I don't know there's another job in the world. Worry your employees have just gone from making zero dollars. Sue millions of dollars that in itself is one of the most unique so they're going through this self realization of that they are generating this thing and basically they're at their dream destination which is wild. I mean you're basically uh-huh gold medals around people's next on the podium. I mean you're you're witnessing something. That is just incredibly unique yeah. It's very hard to manage that new attention. There's noone school glad it. It's it's hard to it's. Not you have to feel sorry for them for that. They're getting the opportunity to it but you should feel sorry for the guys they don't make because we myself included we came him up to make this thing and to do something with in our entire life was to be a football nude how that happened. I don't know but that's what our life is drawn to and we get this shot to do it and then it's over yeah dan. What if you could put it in anybody's walking. You're doing everything you ever wanted to do and all of a sudden don't do it anymore. It's over totally in your twenty-seven maybe thirty you know and there's a couple of guys that are thirty four thirty three's and all it's just an incredible shock in in. How do you deal with it. You know they don't deal with it very well. Just like the people coming back fighting the war. They don't know how to again prepared for you know they train you how to do yeah. Dan train you how to get back into question. There's no question there is. I don't know that there's any place it's doing the right training. We need to respect the fact that people need the training. They need the help. You need to love and support. There's a whole different shift for them. The other thing i saw once in a documentary which i thought was unique. Obviously is that the general trajectory factory of someone's income is you make more and more and more up until you're like forties and fifties so you've now had twenty years of managing finance. You've had a lot of practice. You've had some experience experience. You've maybe gotten a debt you got out and now we're going to make you the most responsible for this this largest summer money after you've and this is the opposite. This is flipped your right your youngest. You have the least amount of experience. We're gonna give you the most amount of money that you'll have in your whole life and then it's gonna go down from there yeah so it seems like economic training would be helpful for the guys. Is it absolutely everything you can think of every anybody who it doesn't. It's not football player. It's put anybody know everybody's first year lawyer top salary and then let go down from yeah. That's right and you're going to be done four or five years from now or six years now. In nice start over again your whole life ahead of you have fortunately a lot of our guys. Get financial financial help that they need but a lot of them don't and they don't all make so much money that they can..

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"pete carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"This is kind of intimidating here. Is it a couple of things right out of the gates. You're incredibly fit. Can i say that. Can we acknowledge that you say you want. Are you on a specific. You expect let me start by. I think the most important thing for me to say in admit i know so little about football. It's it's ridiculous. The reason i was attracted to having you on is simply because i think of your many philosophies that again i learned and mostly from michael my interest in you is more like an organizational psychologist than per se the game itself which is they don't like the game this okay yeah. I don't have a ton of knowledge the giants so what i watch is hard knocks on h._b._o. Last chance you on netflix in a lot of these coaches are past their prime. Let's just say that physically physically. There are a little heavier. They don't seem to be doing drills but you are in incredible shape. That's all. I wanted to do specific way mind boy yeah i do do. I'm wife and i were influenced to go plant based awhile back years ago. Oh no kidding yeah so. We've done that in really recognize. It's made a difference you know just in feeling well and getting rid where the <hes> aches and pains and the arthritis type of feelings that you have you know from information all that i don't have those anymore. I used to have a lot. I've got all kinds of stuff that i've done to my body. That warrant aren't that response but i don't feel that stuff anymore. So are you off animal protein entirely or sometimes you splurge or no. I figured out a pattern of it you know so. I still eat eggs and okay. I don't eat meat rarely really yeah so and then are you getting enough exercise just being out on that field walking back and forth all that stuff or do you have to actually really set aside now. I know i have a little routine that i do before i go out every day and go out on the field couple times. I've do something before that's enough to keep me going with the running around that i do. I make a point of trying had to run places and just keep moving and throw the ball at the time and so i'm active. I'm going to further embarrass you monica. Would you agree your skin looks so healthy. Does it looks like you're on a plant based. Diet looks radiant and healthy. Did you know there's mostly a cosmetic. Show so oh you just you look like you're really doing well you. You were born in nineteen fifty one in the same year. My mother was and so i'm just looking at how you guys have both run your thing and it looks great. Okay now you grew up in san francisco. I was born in san francisco marin mom and dad do my dad was in the wholesale liquor business for the forty years in san francisco and have really a great gig. That's a job that demands some charisma yeah. He was a sales manager for the most part and became a v._p. Later on we had a really interesting setup they had to serve all of san francisco and in that he had sales people that had to call on all the different accounts so he had every background background you could ever imagine represented throughout the whole culture of san francisco and in christmas time. He used to take me in the office one day. You know i was just such a mixed bag. Hey good people you know. Eppie epstein people ride. It was amazing crowd that we messed with. It was a good upbringing unified only in a huge appetite for liquor exactly in such a supporter. She supports that so oh that's great as i was reading about you. There's so many themes teams that are interesting about you that interest me in particular. I mean one of them just to announce my thesis statement on you is what find example of failure.

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"pete carroll" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"This is kind of intimidating here. Is it a couple of things right out of the gates. You're incredibly fit. Can i say that. Can we acknowledge that you say you want. Are you on a specific. You expect let me start by. I think the most important thing for me to say in admit i know so little about football. It's it's ridiculous. The reason i was attracted to having you on is simply because i think of your many philosophies that again i learned and mostly from michael my interest in you is more like an organizational psychologist than per se the game itself which is they don't like the game this okay yeah. I don't have a ton of knowledge the giants so what i watch is hard knocks on h._b._o. Last chance you on netflix in a lot of these coaches are past their prime. Let's just say that physically physically. There are a little heavier. They don't seem to be doing drills but you are in incredible shape. That's all. I wanted to do specific way mind boy yeah i do do. I'm wife and i were influenced to go plant based awhile back years ago. Oh no kidding yeah so. We've done that in really recognize. It's made a difference you know just in feeling well and getting rid where the <hes> aches and pains and the arthritis type of feelings that you have you know from information all that i don't have those anymore. I used to have a lot. I've got all kinds of stuff that i've done to my body. That warrant aren't that response but i don't feel that stuff anymore. So are you off animal protein entirely or sometimes you splurge or no. I figured out a pattern of it you know so. I still eat eggs and okay. I don't eat meat rarely really yeah so and then are you getting enough exercise just being out on that field walking back and forth all that stuff or do you have to actually really set aside now. I know i have a little routine that i do before i go out every day and go out on the field couple times. I've do something before that's enough to keep me going with the running around that i do. I make a point of trying had to run places and just keep moving and throw the ball at the time and so i'm active. I'm going to further embarrass you monica. Would you agree your skin looks so healthy. Does it looks like you're on a plant based. Diet looks radiant and healthy. Did you know there's mostly a cosmetic. Show so oh you just you look like you're really doing well you. You were born in nineteen fifty one in the same year. My mother was and so i'm just looking at how you guys have both run your thing and it looks great. Okay now you grew up in san francisco. I was born in san francisco marin mom and dad do my dad was in the wholesale liquor business for the forty years in san francisco and have really a great gig. That's a job that demands some charisma yeah. He was a sales manager for the most part and became a v._p. Later on we had a really interesting setup they had to serve all of san francisco and in that he had sales people that had to call on all the different accounts so he had every background background you could ever imagine represented throughout the whole culture of san francisco and in christmas time. He used to take me in the office one day. You know i was just such a mixed bag. Hey good people you know. Eppie epstein people ride. It was amazing crowd that we messed with. It was a good upbringing unified only in a huge appetite for liquor exactly in such a supporter. She supports that so oh that's great as i was reading about you. There's so many themes teams that are interesting about you that interest me in particular. I mean one of them just to announce my thesis statement on you is what find example of failure.

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"pete carroll" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"This season? Do you think penny can overtake Carson this year, so overnight Carson if they both stay healthy? So if they're both healthy. I don't believe so and that's not because of respond pennies talent Pete Carroll is a players coach Pete Carroll loves his guys supports as guys. And he believes in Chris, Carson. In fact, he literally just this was hours ago was on records. And Chris, Carson is in the best shape of anybody on the team. He is a Chris, Carson believer now that he's still injured me still dealing with a knee injury. Can't play football right now. But pekair loves the guy. And, and I think what you could see happen. Realistically is a true one a one b where you've got to solid fantasy. Producers this season. And you can't do that, in many offenses. No. Definitely can in Seattle. You have a hundred and fifty touches for Mike Davis out of the way you've got a lot that's a lot. You've got a fishing see coming from Rashad penny that you saw last year. Rashad penny is cut. Wait. He is down. He's getting all the first team reps right now while Chris Carson is away, and you could really have a team that's rushing, the ball five hundred times breaking down. I mean you could have two players approaching two hundred carries one probably well over now that being said now at ADP right now Carson is the value. They're both. So then it's do you take Carson at, at his value or penny at his value right now. Well, if I had to pick it right now, today, I would rather go with Rashad Penney. Carson's a four zero nine penny is seven three. That's why as well as look you've got a guy saying he's going to be ready by the beginning of the season. But you. Would you be to have both on your team that would that would not be fun because you're you're, you're not gonna want to start both players at the same time? Yeah. And you don't want to spend a seventh round pick on a handcuff..

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"pete carroll" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Pete carroll eu scmp carol at seattle it's the same story a he brings great energy into a new franchise and revives a stale uscs stale seattle he brings in energy that is undeniable too good thing be the players because he's very pro player they buy in a gain traction it's high energy they believe in themselves and then eventually after about seven years in unravels because it's too loose to pro player to loud into much ego now it the same thing happened to him in new england where he went ten and six nine and seven eight nate and by the end they just they couldn't win in division he brought an energy new england it was pro player it wasn't as rigid as the previous coach bill parcells but at the end parcels patriots were tight carols patriots at the end were loose and unbuttoned and i think it lost like six of seven even in division so it's the same formula pete used at s new england huge energy very pro player players obviously by in you play of their vanity and then ultimately it's not sustainable sabin in bella checks way is sustainable the system over the player get your ego leave it at the door none of this raw political stuff the last three head coaching jobs pete is headed for a long period have all ended the exact same way if you're in a relationship in the last three in the same way look in the mirror look at playerfriendly coaches wade phillips pete carroll rex ryan mike tomlin their early years are better than their late years with all the tomlin first five years last five years.

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"pete carroll" Discussed on First Take

First Take

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on First Take

"Domestic violence issue our national anthem protest any other issue you want to name for the nfl competition from other lease anything the number one problem is the physical toll the violence that this sport the intrinsic in this sport and king cautions foremost among the issues or what's on everyone's radar you have to address that either you are serious about it or you are not and let me tell you something if head coaches c o pete carroll the head coach got suspended of game because the guy just went in out of the pet didn't follow protocol i guarantee you this they will follow protocol this is like an and practically an existential crisis for the nfl they must they will cease to exist as they know it in the center of american culture or at least sports culture they will be marginalized if they don't and maybe even if they do get the physical issue under control the violence issue hick dealer lee as it relates to concussions a suspension is necessary i completely disagree with you about pete carroll i don't disagree with you about your overall point about the importance of concussion protocol in light of everything that has happened here's why i disagree with you in regards to pete carroll way you look at the hit two russell wilson it it was a it was a hit to his jaw what he said was his jaw was hurting really bad bought noone said that they noticed you know that there was there was a a debilitating issue that had taken place in terms of you know he looked wobbly or anything like that now let me read to you max the nfl die how'd that in the nfl diagnosis concussion extensive a play exhibits symptoms of a concussion he must be evaluated by the team's medical staff he undergoes examination using the nfl sidelined concussion assessment to the results of this test compared to a players baseline tests taken during the preseason.

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"pete carroll" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

The Bill Barnwell Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"pete carroll" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

"John harba abc's lands you can he was neither one who like learns of languages and stuff he just seems smart and is that true and not in yeah john harbaugh them i making that up i feel like he's like studies languages in his spare time i'm a lazy i'm looking at right now i'm pretty sure it's true it might be totally false but i could not seeing red anything on john harbaugh and languages in this little structure it feels right if feels like it could be true i don't know the wranglings with your answer are i've been from her was a smart guy i don't think it's the worst dresser any mean so i'm shocked you did not choose pete carroll oh no like the carols definitely doesn't seem like widely wellread he reads like selfhelp book sin no no no no no no i love he carol but now if you don't look restive appeared knowledge no i don't think so at all i don't care that's not peak carols strength like that weird i mean maybe bella check probably reads like weird history books in stuff um i'm not sure if he's what family feud reason we don't get to a lot of weird history lesson about like ask hundred people what your favorite battlefield the francoprussian war is it's it's like common sense i'm going to have harba i really think he'd be good greeted the cigarette macklin we'll finish up uh uncle eric not my uncle not your uncle up at someone's uncle asks what would be the funniest nfl playoff scenario obviously you involve the afc but what specifically.

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