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Iowa St. wins another close one against No. 8 Cowboys 24-21
"Brock Purdy for property threw for three hundred seven yards and two touchdowns to help Iowa state beat eighth ranked Oklahoma state twenty four twenty one Rizal scored the go ahead touchdown with five twenty nine left then the cyclones defense forced a three and out and stop the cowboys on fourth down with one oh nine remaining Purdy completed twenty seven of thirty three passes and Xavier Hutchinson had a career best twelve catches for one hundred twenty five yards and two scores for the cyclones Spencer Sanders went fifteen of twenty four passing for Oklahoma state finishing with two hundred twenty five yards and three touchdowns I'm Dave Ferrie
No. 9 Iowa Beats No. 10 Iowa St 27-17 to Keep Cy-Hawk Trophy
"Knight Frank di would beat number ten Iowa state for the sixth straight time twenty seven seventeen the Hawkeyes turned four takeaways into twenty points ran their overall winning streak to eight games and their winning streak against ranked teams to five Jack Campbell returned a fumble six yards for a touchdown Matt Hankins had two of Iowa's three interceptions against Brock Purdy Spencer Petras threw a pretty twenty six yard touchdown pass to Charlie Jones Tyler Goodman had a four yard TD run in the second quarter for Iowa which won despite gaining just one hundred seventy three total yards I'm the fairy
"purdy" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim
"So just make sure you get that water in there. I i also met those are obviously great takeaways. Jed party you've got you know my co host. Tim games airs or anything. Additionally that you know health wise or whatever obviously mac news got y'all as instruction yourself is there anything from From his perspective as a as a health coach that you wanna wanna ask him and then and then we'll let our richard dick and obviously thank you very much for being on today. I think i know the answer to this. But what do you think of like the sports drinks in the the guys on tour putting those packets crap in their water What do you think about all that. Well i'll give you an example. If you're talking about a gatorade gatorade or sports we'll just gainer lampe. Will i knew back even as a financial Actually before financial adviser when i was in the mortgage industry I had a client and his job was. He owned bottling company. So people don't realize this. But coca cola pepsi in gatorade red bulls and that kind of stuff they don't bottle that stuff somewhere in the senate all over the place. They send the raw materials to local bottle in places. The bottling places make it so this guy had purchased the biggest the biggest expense his entire business. He had these big steel vats and at the bottom of these vats. Are these deers that spin. Turn the ingredients to mix it to go to bottle and he said his busy busy Biggest expense was replacing those years. You need to replace the gears. Because the acid in the products would like they would just eat him up. They'd go away so think about this number one. What the hell is are we drinking. That's gonna eat a metal massive big huge metal gear right. Any said the worst of the worst he goes. What do you think he goes. What do you think is worse he goes. Do you think it's gatorade. You think it's the red bulls or do you think it's It was like some other energy drinking mentioned or something. Like that. And i was like i said i said like the energy drink. Probably these like the red bull and he's like now. It's the gatorade. The gatorade each the shit out of those years And i'm thinking. Oh my god and from an ice to go play baseball and i'm getting my red gatorade. My green one. Those are the two flavors that i like. I stopped drinking that shit immediately. After told me that because i'm like if it's eating the years of a metal deal what's it doing my guts and then the metal that it's eating is getting blended into that stuff and then i'm eating it so i'm like i'm out of there. Now your other point those packets it all depends on the ingredients. Somebody could actually do this because it was like one of my goals like five years ago was talking our formula. Dr treadway is like we could make like a Like a little packets. We could have sugar alternative. We could do like sports drink type thing and and i actually have a client right now. That just came out with an energy drink that we helped formulate for them and it tastes delicious in you. Fricken get food. I mean it's awesome. I there just about done with. And i have the samples and i'm like i'm adding into my regiment because it's better shipping me. Some are green any product. This is the one that with our number one are green. It's replaces the eighty five percent of the stuff in the soil but this energy drink deal this guy's got he's got the right ingredients because they're actually from nature right. It doesn't have any of these synthetics in these chemicals. These weird things that are banned on the epa's are there on the epa's list of toxins. But they're in in sports drinks in in in supplements drinks and stuff like that. So you're you're right and i wouldn't. I wouldn't touch that stuff with a ten foot pole. Yeah that's As get but you completely change. You're gonna wreck. Carter samuel you after you just got. They're saying that carter. Sales favorite drink is g to right. Oh well there's it's it's sugar free so yeah we're probably not gonna be able to buy gainer at anymore for my son. So i'll say trade g. A gator aid is is just an for acid because that's what it does manage. Just gonna eat your guts away and your fears. Here's another one guys like. i don't like it. You go to an auto body shop and check this go to an auto shop. A lot of auto body shops are using like coca cola and pepsi to remove like pitch off the trees and stuff like that off of cars like they do to clean cars they because it's acid. They just eat stuff. And we're drinking that so i think that's why ted had so much results with mac newton's program because it's not so much what he was eating. It's what he wasn't eating. The standard american diet is so bad. That when you get off of it at all every your life's going to improve and i really like what he shared. I think that's really good. We like to take things. To another level we go to raw and even living foods so sprouting and sprouted nuts seeds and grains and beans. Because you need living foods for a living body and then you can have energy like me like chipmunk have your nerves. Be very calm when you're doing that. Final on the eighteenth group. that's right. Yeah yeah. The three the three hundred left to right downhill and the energy without shakes stuff. Hey enriches thank you so much for joining us today. Or this special podcast. My dear friend. Each or a winner Thank you so much for joining us today to be on here in sharon so much insightful. Information about your backstory and where you're at today and again My co host. Tim james i wanna thank both of you guys so much for that for the time today. Yeah if you've got a appreciate occur. liked this episode. Please give us a like share. The episode leave us. Leave us a note if you have questions or comments. We really appreciate that. We really thank you for for liking ensuring and all that good stuff and and hardaway enriches of. If you're listening to this you probably have downloaded are a are episodes. We are on apple. Podcasts were on spotify. Nice and easy bill to find out there. The health and wealth. Podcast with carter and tim. Thank you guys all for joining us today. Thank you richard so much already again. Little gracious of his time and being able to come on and tell us all the great things going on with his life right now next spent appreciate. Hey enriches. thanks for tuning in another episode of the health wealth podcast. I'm your host card welk oxen. And i'm your host tim james by god. We are committed to helping you guys. Have fat wallet's flat bellies so tune in again for another episode and make sure to like share and drink a lot of water. More fear just listened to the health and wealth. Podcast with carter in tim..
"purdy" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim
"Be part of the food bank at. That's awesome is. That is the the warehouse. That i went that one time when i when i came in with our Our network state planning attorney. Sierra lister was is that the same warehouse that they built originally or they just bought the ns the same warehouse scene during cova. We were donated. Another ninety thousand square foot warehouse filled to bram in central phoenix. So because of the philanthropic people around phoenix. We've been able to really serve the people for sure. It's been great communities really. Can you know the name really. Liza called midwest. Well it is but When they realized what we're doing the communities really really supporting us it's fun. Anyone arrived remember when we went there that day. I'm like midwest. Like i i don't get it but then they played. That is like maybe a ten minute trailer or whatever and then it started in the midwest which is hence the name and then seven locations. I think you said across hand. So now there's nine We just opened one in dallas and one in new york city just outside of new york city in hershey pennsylvania so and then we've got to one haidian wanted africa john. It's the movement in. It's you know it's just started by these three brothers in bloomington and look at the good that they're doing they're the largest food bank in the country right now. They're doing more pounds and dollars the food than than any other food bank and they got gino. That's god thing like it's not because of anything we're doing it's it's a it's it's really an amazing place. I think it's pretty what i what i'm noticing from. That is that from that personal touch where that guy reached out. The owner of the food bank reached out to to your to your friend that had. That's what started like. Hey i really like this. If he wouldn't have reached out maybe Have never happened all serve. Now you're exactly right. I mean it's the same thing as byron right in the thank you card. I mean it means a lot to get a little thank you call or a thank you card. Yeah i you you framed the darn thing so i think for me takeaway is a you know like i did that when i was back in the mortgage business. 'cause i my coaches have me do it. Unlike writing out. Thank you cards. It became kinda mechanical. But you know when you're doing it. I have my assistant. Put the thank you cards on my desk. In every day. I was writing. Thank you cards at ten. Thank parts of the people. I can't say how far that when we getting back into that. But what i do as a business owner is i. I reach out to my clients. I tried to call personally. Call ten people a day and it blows their mind it. Moore's remind so for those of you listening to your financial adviser business owner. Mom dad doesn't really matter man. It's like there's certain things that you can do. That will lift not only lift your spirits up and that's all in tearing when you went down to the food bank. There's just something about giving any expectation for return on creating when you create things like whether it's music or building a little wooden structure willow would music box for your daughter stuff like that creates it and i also think like writing writing letters or calling people for no reason just to just to tell them thank you. It's that personal touch. And that's what's really missing today in the technology age so if we can incorporate that in there i think it's think it was some real real power in that not just for the clients and building that client Loyalty and that kind of stuff. But also for yourself spiritually right mean you feel good right. You just told me you you. You know this food bank. Bill announced like can't wait to get there pretty cool so those those were those reminder takeaways yet while you know when whenever i mean i just piggyback off of that you know anytime. You're serving people that that's really what's going to help you feel much better about yourself so it so kudos to you and that was that was awesome at first. You told me you were going to be working at the booby. I'm like wait a second buddy ted. He's gonna be utterly teddy bear. That's nickname might son started calling that as soon as he met him by. Talk about someone who has no idea. Who ted purdy is. That's a thirteen year old. Kid i did. He doesn't know when we told. Carter samuel that you know. Will you understand this big. Like he's he's a pga tour winner like you have aspirations. You're out there. You're grinding it and Just tell a quick story. I remember the very first time you met carter. Samuel and And you can talk a little bit about your your only call it a gadget but the The grip strip right it was that was like number one that pga tour at merchandise show one. Yeah so carter samuel. Actually coach comes in. He brings one of those in. And i'm like what does that. And you tell me all about it. And i'm like wrapping up by right now so i give honey. Ted talk about a servant's -ality. This is a middle summer right in phoenix arizona. We just got playing golf. You know work. We've had you know maybe a couple of beers at the in the clubhouse he takes orders to the range and shows him how to use it. It was like he was like an hour earlier. That was that was amazing. But that's that's that's kinda hard that That chelsea has but hey if you don't mind let's talk a little bit about how you serve your clients and we'll talk a little bit through and maybe how that got started. You know who it is at your ideal client has in what you're trying to do to to help. Serve people in that. You know financial solution yet. So we had a. I went to brophy prep here in phoenix arizona. All boys prep school and senior. Economics was tapped by getting. The our teacher was amazing. He was a bond trader Raise zimmerman. he was a retired bond. Trader from new york. Most arizona wants to give back so he goes to brophy. And says hey. I'll be your senior economics teacher. And you know and i won't take a salary so we were the seniors at brophy while ray was there. Were getting this bond trader. You know economic genius teaching us how to about economics. And how alan greenspan was the most powerful man on the planet you know we gotta get read. The wall street.
"purdy" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim
"What's up in richards. Tim here with car. We've got ted purdy in the house Pga golf tour winner and insurance agent. And he's rap wrangling up a whole lot of food to help feed people. So let's why don't we get into this You wanna talk about the food bank first or do that. That's an interesting story. There's a really great so my dad's a good cushion guy and In his best friend so they at the end of the year they look at the top ten christian organizations that they can donate at the end of the year and number one. Was this food. Bank called midwest food foodbank based at bloomington illinois that they had seven locations around the country and they have one in haiti and africa. A food bank. So eric shelled all my dance buddy donates to midwest food bank. They the founder gets his. You know it was like five thousand dollars check so it wasn't a huge donation but it was you know it was wasn't chump change and the founder david keyser's his name. David calls eric and says thank you and eric's like i don't make money all the time and never had a founder call me and thank me so they started talking while the next year they look. At the top ten christian charities and number one again is the midwest food bank and it's based off their expense ratios and the money that they are goods and services that they provide the community donates again. David keyser causing again just so impressed. He said you know what. How do we get food bank to phoenix arizona. And david said you just you just just do it. So my dad and eric put aboard together. They raised the initial funds. They bought a warehouse and gilbert arizona and they started bringing food through the through the network of the midwest food bank and that happened just over three years ago they came to and last year gave twenty million dollars a food away and this year. We're gonna give away. Just in the phoenix phoenix arizona The whole state of arizona. We support cleaning the reservations. They're gonna give over sixty million dollars for the food way this year in during this pandemic just phenomenal. But the story me going food bank in helping out They've lost their their executive director. I needed help. And i had called my dad. Eric gonna sit. Hey and i want to buy a golf course called cold water and in phoenix. Will you guys helped me. Put up the data by this golf course so they would drive out and they meet me at the golf course and they look at it and i go. Yeah this is great. You know we'll help you but you know what we need somebody to run the food bank for us so we're gonna lose money. Run on a golf course. We might as well just lose money hiring it around the food bank south. Wasn't you know what i was intending to do. It wasn't what i wanted to do with the first day. I'm coming to the food bank kicking and screaming. Like what am i doing here. Like i don't know how to run a food bank really I get there and And just fell in love from the first second i got there. I the first patient. I i go load out the this. The charities come every fifteen minutes that come through the warehouse. We on their vehicles vans their tracks their their cars. Whatever they've got. We feel our cars at the ends up a food and then fifteen minutes later. There's another cherry coming through. So i show up the first day in every fifteen minutes. I'm filling up these cars. And i'm asking these amazing people you know. What are they doing and like the first lady says well. I ran a home for teenage mothers so we basically are raising the mother and the baby. ya we support them with food and and then the next guy comes to them and he goes well. I have a a church inside the prison in rocky point and i support the i built this church inside the prison iraqi point nicer part them with food. We filled up his trailer. Just every fifteen minutes or somebody doing some amazing things for people and i was just hooked. I went home and woke up the next day. And i felt like a hangover like felt horrible and i and i went to work. Then you know. The energy came back. And i felt great again and i was talking to one of the guys who is a recovery guy. It was volunteer banking says. Yeah he goes. Ted serving is just like doing. Cocaine dislike doing drugs or alcohol because you get that high when you serve and the next morning year you know you feel burned out so the only way you can get that high back is you gotta go serve again. So i use that a lot and But you know so the recovery. That's you know. And that's why the recovery guys really en- gals loved volunteer. Eric urged volunteer. Because it is it does lift. Your spirits does make you feel good sipc anyway ad. I was under six months. I started in november nineteen. And i had a six month contract until we found it proper executive director and then kobe hip and i went to hit. It was all hands on deck. I mean that the need for food was astronomical and like there was no food in the grocery stores. There is no toilet paper there was. I mean i don't know if you remember i Endemic it was crazy. Well the demand on the food bank was exponential and we were trying to help so many people we'd have distributions and there would be three mile long lines of cars one by one coming through to get a couple of boxes of food distributions and There's the need still there. This pandemic has really hurt people economically So there's still working hard to to get through it's been life changing for me. They they hired a proper executive director from Van guard a gal name merrily. She came over from vanguard. She's very successful leaders over there. And i think she was making you know a good mid six figure salary nash. She's not at the food bank but she's having more fun too so it's just a it's been life changing for me to.
"purdy" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim
"This is the show where we reveal the connection between physical and financial abundance. A enriches carter wilcox in here with my co host. Tim james tim james. How're you doing today bud. Hey man i'm doing awesome. I'm excited have this gulf guy on today i i know it is i am. I can't even tell you how excited i am. That my good dear. Friend ted purdy. Pj torah winner is On here with us today on the health and wealth podcast to talk to the enriches to be able to share some some of his his stories. Some of the things that are happening in in his life right now where he's going banned the direction he's headed and he wears multiple hats. I will tell you that much. It is a true honour ted to have you on today. Thank you thanks for the inmate. This is fun. yeah absolutely so Why don't we start off. You don't mind ted purdy. Let's talk a little bit about. It may get a little bit of the story you know. We're we're fellow members at the same club I got. I met you right after you know you were going through some of your personal challenges and everything and and with the the way things are going. You've got the big smiling on your face. I know you're a lot happier than you know the you when you you know. You're half ago or something like that when it kind of when i think when we first met new two years now But the the backstory. You know i was trying to play in this group one day and then i got paired with ted purdy and i'm like I don't know if this guy's pre madonna so i'm like well he's in my group but there's three of us so i'm gonna put my bag on the back of this other guy's cart because i'm not sure if even wants his car right i have no idea. I'm making an assumption about ten thirty minutes or play right by the way that comes from an experience i had with phil mickelson. That's another story time. So i'm like i'm talking to the guy running the group that day. And he goes eight he goes. You don't want to be on the on the bag. Had your bag on with that guy with that other memories dodoma ted. I was like sure like yeah. All right cool. I mean i wanted to write with a professional golfer. Of course doma bag. On by the time we get to the first whole antenna. Talk a little bit about this later on. Come to find out. He's in the insurance business. And we have things in common and we hit it off like from the beginning. So anyway ted if you wanna talk a little bit about a from your perspective on on on all that stuff and how that affects yeah will your listeners. Probably don't even know who i am Talk about that. I grew up in phoenix. Arizona grew up Moon valley country club next karsten solheim. So i'm paying staff player have been my whole life I was the only eight year old in the eighties. Ever fool set. Hang i twos when it was taken a year to get a set But amd. Because i grew up on the golf course the history i went down to the university of arizona. Got my finance degree. I'm in hall of fame down at. Uva for golf. When i was in college. I was competing against the guy. Stanford named tiger woods was able to take him down a couple of times in college and downing on the pga tour as well so my first year on the pga tour is nineteen ninety. Nine a i still actively play. But you know i tell her. The old fat guys now only in about a dozen events a year but So too because. I have so much free time A friend of mine has ensure company at insurance businesses call monolith group and he asked me to help them out and i'm a finance guy and You know what finance degree. And so i went and got my licenses and and i'm pga tour player and a licensed producer in the insurance world so Yes it's it's fine. I'm having a great time. It was great to meet carter at moon valley country club and Here we are. You know two years later. I'm on your podcast. Cast pretty cool. I i mean who knew right. So now he's modest right and but let's be a little bit specific and let's talk a little bit about what it was like coming down the stretch of winning your very first golf tournament at the byron nelson. Now we're not talking about some off venture talking about lord byron's events and dallas texas. Wait a little bit about what that was like. You know your your feelings and your emotions and you know channeling. You know past successes. Maybe you're when you're eight years old with with your own pay night zoos. Let's talk a little bit about what that was like. yes is the two thousand five byron nelson it. They called him the fab five. Were playing to tiger. Els phil mickelson receive goosen and vj singh they call those guys five fab five at the time and All five of them were in the field and I was in the third to last group on sunday. So i was third-from-last in plain into sums and I hit every green every fairway a shot sixty five and ended up beaten. Vj singh and channel hair by shot I had listened to another a podcast. Day was actually an audiotape of gaining mac newton. Mac said he gave Analogy where are where they did a study with three groups of free. Throw shooters at the university of michigan state michigan state university where one group practice free throws the other group meditated in practice free throws a third group just meditated about practicing three floors for a month and at the end of the month the group that that had shot a basketball at all just thought about it improve their free throw shooting by thirty percent the people that just practiced didn't get much better and the people meditated and shot got a little better so I went into that week. I go you know. I'm just going to visualize and i'm gonna visualize the shots i'm gonna visualized my pets going in the hall. I'm not gonna you know. So i i. My thing was can take practice swing. I'm not gonna take it practice putting stroke. I'm just going to visualize. Get.
No. 7 Iowa State Survives Against Northern Iowa, 16-10
"Detrow young had a big interception with two oh five left in the fourth quarter and seventh ranked Iowa state staved off an upset minded northern Iowa sixteen ten Brock Purdy completed twenty one of twenty six passes for one hundred ninety seven yards but Matt Campbell's team was kept off balance by defense that returned all of its starters that's a good football team and so from our standpoint I think really proud of our attitude and effort really proud of how our kids played Rizal who led the nation with nine one hundred yard games last season was held a sixty nine on twenty three carries Iowa state was in danger of joining Michigan is the only top ten team to lose to an FCS opponent on the ferry
"purdy" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim
"You very much for being on today and i think i know the answer to this. But what do you think of like the sports drinks in the the guys on tour putting those packets crap in their water What do you think about all that. Well i'll give you an example. If you're talking about gatorade gatorade or sports we'll just say gainer lampe will. I knew back even as financial Actually before financial adviser when i was in the mortgage industry I had a client and his job was. He owned bottling company. So people don't realize this but like coca cola. Pepsi and gatorade red bulls. That kind of stuff. They don't bottle that stuff. Somewhere in the senate all over the place they send the raw materials to local bottling places in the bottling places make it so. This guy had the biggest the biggest expense his entire business. He had these big steel vats and at the bottom of these vats. Are these deers that spin in. Turn the ingredients to mix it to go to bottle and he said his Bizet biggest expense was replacing those years. You need to replace the gears because the acid in the products would like they would just the enough. They'd go away so think about this number one. What the hell is that are drinking. It's going to eat a metal. Massive big huge metal gear right any said the worst of the worst he goes. What do you think he does what he thinks. Worse he goes. Do you think it's gatorade. You think it's the red bulls or do you think it's Some other energy drinking mentioned or something. Like that. And i was like i said i said like the energy drink. Probably a red bull. And he's like no. It's the gatorade. The gatorade each the shit out of those years I'm thinking home. I got in from an ice to be. I'd go play baseball. And i'm getting my red gatorade my green on those the two flavors that i like i stopped drinking that shit immediately after told me that because i'm like if it's eating the years of a metal deal what's it doing to my guts and then the metal that it's eating is getting blended into that stuff and then i'm eating it so i'm like i'm out of there now. Your other point goes packets. It all depends on the ingredients. Somebody could actually do this because it was like one of my goals like five years ago. Our formula Whereas like we could make like a a little packets we can have sugar alternative. We could do like sports drink type thing and and i actually have a client right now. That just came out with an energy drink that we helped formulate for them and it tastes delicious in you. Fricken get food. I mean it's awesome. I just about done with and i have the samples and i'm like i'm adding into my regiment. Because it's better ship are green any five products like this is the one tail number green. Some replaces the eighty five percent of the stuff in the soil. But this energy drink deal. This guy's got. He's got the right ingredients because they're actually from nature right. It doesn't have any of these synthetics in these chemicals. These weird things that things are banned on the epa's are there on the epa's list of toxins but they're in in sports drinks and in supplements drinks and stuff like that. So you're you're right. I wouldn't i wouldn't touch that stuff with a ten foot pole now that's As get you completely change. You're gonna wreck. Carter samuel jesse no after you just got. They're saying that. Carter singular favorite drink is g to right. It's sugar free so yeah we're probably not going to be a by gainer at anymore for my son. So i'll say trae. G a gator aid is stanford acid. Because that's what it does manage. Just eat your guts away and your ears. Here's another one guys like. i don't like it. You go to an auto body shop indigo check. This auto body shop in a lot of auto body shops are using coca cola and pepsi to remove like pitch off the trees and stuff like that off of cars like they do to clean cars. They because it's acid that just eat stuff and we're drinking that so i think that's why ted had so much results with mac newton's program because it's not so much what he was eating. It's what he wasn't eating. The standard american diet is so bad. That when you get off of it at all every your life's going to improve and i really like what he shared. I think that's really good. We like to take things. To another level we go to raw and even living foods so sprouting and sprouted nuts and seeds and grains and beans. Because you need living foods for a living body and then you can have energy like me like a chipmunk. The have your nerves. Be very calm when you're doing that. Final on the eighteenth group. That's right. yeah yeah the. The photo left to right downhill and the energy without the shakes stuff. Hey enriches thank you so much for joining us today Or the special podcast. My dear friend. Each or a winner Thank you so much for joining us today to be on here in sharon so much insightful. Information about your back story and where you're at today and again My co host champ. James i wanna thank both of you guys so much for for the time today. Yeah if you got a I liked this episode. Please give us a like shirley the episode leave us. Leave us a note. You know if you have questions or comments we really appreciate that we really thank you for for Liking ensuring and doing all that good stuff and hardaway enriches If you're listening to this you probably have downloaded are our episodes. We are on apple. Podcasts were on spotify. Nice and easy bill to find out there. The health and wealth. Podcast with carter in tim. Thank you guys for joining us today. Thank you richard. So much can already again gracious of his time and being able to come on and tell us all the great things going on with his life. Right now thanks guys. I spent a enriches. Thanks for tuning into another episode of the health wealth. Podcast i'm your host carter wilcox and i'm your host. Tim james by god we are committed to helping you. Guys have fat wallet's flat bellies so tune in again for another episode and make sure liked share and drink a lotta water. More fear. You have just listened to the health and wealth. Podcast with carter in tim..
"purdy" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim
"Tim and tim. What's your name. Oh carter that's right. We got carter. Here is my buddy carter. I know it's more like it's more like your co host is like ten party today. I'm just kind of being quiet today. Yeah ted's has given us some. There's some gyms here like just what we're talking about about. The you know the handwritten letters and personal phone calls and you know the millions of people that you can literally change lives. Just buy a phone call. Like it's amazing and i mean i mean i'm just thinking about like some little kid that gets eat a meal because of that phone call right now that we're literally feeding five hundred thousand people a month. Yeah that's pretty pretty powerful justin phoenix. That's awesome that's all. That said feel good stuff that you that we really live for. You're talking about the monolith rupe you've got this Specialized products very nici For high worth individuals can get a ton of life insurance. Never write a check. So can you Explain that a little bit. Nessa is asking listening better. He insurance worlders. Product called premium financing premium financing. Is when you don't and high net worth individual who has a huge estate problem they They need life insurance to solve that problem and what they would do is but those big policies you know if it's a twenty or thirty million dollar policy to pay life. Insurance premiums could be a million dollars a year so a lot of high net worth individuals are like you know. I need that for my state. But i don't really want to stroke the check for a million bucks every year for ten years so instead of doing it writing a check for it out of their own pocket for that million bucks a year they would go to the bank and get. It's called premium financing. They literally get a loan from the bank. Just like they get alone by a house but what they're using the the loan money from the bank is to pay the premiums so our high net worth individual now has it's a million dollars year for ten years so now that that that i network visual has a ten million dollar loan haying his life insurance but he has to pay interest and principal on that loan and he has to make sure you know his and the interest rates are variable and and higher at the bank and So john had a of his partner was a life insurance premium finance life. Insurance guy came to johnson john. The bank rates are way too high. What is the water banri right now. And he says well you know. I'm borrowing it. The bank from six percent and the seven day lower floaters called the seven day live. War is at one percent and john's will i build bonds every day at one percent. So mike's like why don't we make a bond to pay for life insurance instead of going to the bank and getting have six percent loan and john gas ski. My buddy says well. It's never been done before. How do we how do that. So in two thousand four. He went and got a process patent. He figured out how to build a bond and sell that in the marketplace and use the proceeds to pay the life insurance instead of having the bank in so these high net worth individuals clients that ten million dollar bond is one percent interest versus alone at a bank at five or six or seven percent. john just patented the process of of being able to borrow basically essentially borrow money at a much lower at the lowest possible to solve the high net worth individuals state tax problems. That's it's also used for For other things as well Buy sell agreements and you know for younger clients for future. Cash payments are retirement cash payment at outlays and things like that so It was just a genius product. I'm very fortunate to have been taught by ray. Zimmerman john is asking is in my class and ryan is could sales so semi-rural basically is when the mild group so gets a call and a broker wants to sell the model they got. They got perfect client program but the insurance agent. The producer doesn't have enough like knowledge of the product to be able to pitch it to their client to client understand it and have to through. So i'll get a call from jonah said. Hey can you know next week thursday. Can you be in seattle and meet with the client and has an insurance producer and his attorney as a jury. You know enough. My schedule's pretty which is normally as gonna fight good seattle for the day and then get back down come home so that's kind of my role model is his. I just basically helped the attorneys a client simply insurance agents understand that product and hopefully we can close them and get them together with the mouth group. That's awesome car. We got to put his contact information in showed Below the those view advisors out there that would like to Talk to about this. I think it's a it's an energy deal but it could come in handy in. He'll come see it and maybe you can get around the golf with him. F interestingly enough. I remember when ted started talking to me about it and they've talked to other different distribution arms like us in it as far as contact goes you. We can give tense contact but they could also contact me because we have. We've partnered up to be able to bring this to our advisor networking so it's not like it's something that we don't provide. That's why i wanted you know. Tend to talk about the model urban today to let everybody know that that is another resource that we have obviously again. These are ultra high net worth clients. Talk about these athletes in a lot of situations. Or you know multi conglomerate high. I would say hi. Earning individuals a lot of times owners or their well established individuals. That are worth thirty. Fifty seventy know hundred dollars in the minute. The minimum client we say ten net worth ten million bucks and Income of three hundred fifty thousand a year would be kind. The bottom.
"purdy" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim
"What's up in richards. Tim here with car. We've got ted purdy in the house Pga golf tour winner and insurance agent. And he's rap wrangling up a whole lot of food to help feed people. So let's why don't we get into this Do you wanna talk about the the food bank. I or let's do that. It's an interesting story. There's a really great so my dad's a good christian guy and In his was best friends so they at the end of the year. They look at the top ten christian organizations that they can donate at the end of the year number. One was this food. Bank called midwest food foodbank based at bloomington illinois. they had seven locations around the country and they have one in haiti and africa. A food bank. So eric sheldon My dance buddy. Donates to midwest foodbank they the founder gets his. You know it was like five thousand dollars check so it wasn't a huge donation but it was you know it was wasn't chump change and the founder dave keyser's his name. David calls eric and says thank you and eric. I don't have any money all the time and never had a founder call me and thanked me so they started talking while the next year. They looked at the top ten christian charities and number one again is the midwest food bank. And it's based off their expense ratios and and the money that they are goods and services that they provide the community donates again. David keys are causing again. And he's just so impressed he said you know. How do we get food bank phoenix arizona and Davidson you just you just you just do it. So my dad and eric put aboard together. They raise the initial funds. They bought a warehouse gilbert arizona and they started bringing in food through the through the network midwest food bank and that happened just over three years ago they came to and last year gave twenty million dollars a food away and this year. We're going to give away. Just in the phoenix phoenix arizona. A state of arizona including the reservations. They're going to give over sixty million dollars for the food way this year In during this pandemic can just phenomenal but the story me. Going to food bank in helping out as they. They lost their their executive director. They needed help. And i had called my dad. Eric and i said hey. I want to buy a golf course called. Cold water in phoenix. Will you guys. You know helped me put up the data by the scarf. Course so they drive out and they meet me at the golf course. They look at it and i go. Yeah this is great. Know we'll help you buy it but you know what we need somebody to run the food bank for us so we're gonna lose money. Run on the golf course. We might as well just lose money. Hiring eat around the food bank south. It wasn't you know what i was intending to do. It wasn't what i wanted to deal with the first day at. You know. i'm coming to the food bank kicking and screaming. Like what am i doing here. Like i don't know how to run a food bank like really so i get there and And just fell in love from the first second. I got there. I the first patient. I i go load out the this. The charities come every fifteen minutes they come through the warehouse we film their vehicles vans their tracks their their cars whatever. They've got refill their cars at the ends up a food and then fifteen minutes later. There's another cherry through. So i show up the first day and every fifteen minutes. I'm filling up these. And i'm asking these amazing people you know. What are they doing and like the first lady says well. I ran a a home for teenage mothers. so we basically are raising the mother and the baby You down we support them with food and and the next guy comes to them and he goes well. I have a a church inside the prison in rocky point and i support. I built this church inside the prison. Iraqi point nicer part them with food. We filled up his trailer. Just every fifteen minutes or something. Doing some amazing things for people. And i was just hooked. I went home and woke up the next day and i felt like a hangover felt horrible. And i and i went to work. Then you know the energy came back and i felt great again and i was talking to one of the guys who is a recovery guy. It was volunteered. Banking says yeah it goes serving is just like doing cocaine like doing drugs or alcohol because you get that high when you serve and the next morning year you feel burned out so the only way you can get that high back is you gotta go serve again. I use that a lot and But you so the recovery. That's you know. And that's why the recovery guys really in gals loved volunteer. Eric erste volunteer. Because it is kinda it does lift your spirits and does make you feel good anyway. I was under six months. I started in november nineteen. And i had a six month contract until we found a proper executive director and then covert hip and i went to hit. It was all hands on deck. I mean that the need for food was astronomical and like there was no food in the grocery stores. There's no toilet paper. There was i mean. I don't know if you remember the first Endemic it was crazy. Well the demand on the food bank was ex- potential and we were trying to help so many people we'd have distributions and there would be three mile long lines of cars. You know one by one coming through to get a couple of boxes of food distributions There's the need still aired. The pandemic has really hurt people economically southern still working hard to to get through It's been life changing for me. They they hired a proper executive director from Vanguard a gal name merrily she came over from vanguard she's very successful leaders over there. And i think he was making you know a good mid six figure salaries now. She's not at the food bank. she's having more fun to it's just a it's been life changing for me to be.
"purdy" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim
"purdy" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim
"This is the show where we reveal the connection between physical and financial abundance. A enriches carter wilcox in here with my co host. M james tim james. How're you doing today bud. Hey man i'm doing awesome. I'm excited to have this gulf guy on today. I know i know it is. I am stope. That can't even tell you how excited i am. That my good dear. Friend ted purdy. Pj torah winner is On here with us today on the health and wealth podcast to talk to the enriches to be able to share some some of his His stories some of the things that are happening in in his life right now where he's going worries banned the direction he's headed and he wears multiple hats. I will tell you that much right. It is a true honour ted to have you on today. Thank you thank the inmate this fun. Yeah absolutely so Why don't we start off. You don't mind ted purdy. Let's talk a little bit about it. Maybe i'll give a little bit of the story you know. We're we're fellow members at the same club i got. I met you right after you were going through some of your personal challenges and everything and and with the way things are going. You've got the big smile face. I know you're a lot happier than you know than you when you you know. You're half ago or something like that. When it kind of when i think when i met maybe two years now But the the backstory. I was trying to play in this group one day. And then i got paired with ted purdy and i'm like I don't know if guys premadonna hawks. So i'm like well he's in my group but there's three of us so i'm gonna put my bag on the back of this other guy's cart because i'm not sure if he wants his car. I have no idea. I'm making an assumption about thirty minutes or play right by the way that comes from an experience with phil mickelson. That's another story for another time. So i'm like i'm talking to the guy running the group that day and he goes eight he goes. You don't want to be on the on the bag. Have your bag on with that guy with that. Other memories onuma ted. I was like sure like yeah. All right cool. I mean i wanted to write with a professional golfer. Of course doma bag. On by the time we get to the first whole antenna. Talk a little bit about this later on. Come to find out. He's in the insurance business and we have more things in common and we hit it off like from the beginning. So anyway ted. If you wanna talk a little bit about you know A from your perspective on on on all that stuff and how that will your listeners. Probably don't even know who i am. I talk about that. I grew up in phoenix arizona. Grip on moon valley country club next to karsten solheim. So i'm paying staff player have been my whole life I was the only eight year old in the eighties. Have a full set. Hang i choose when it was taken a year to get a set but amd because i grew up on the golf course Their ancestry i went to the university of arizona. Got my finance degree. I'm in the hall of fame down at uva for golf. When i was in college. I was competing against the guy. Stanford named tiger woods was able to take him down a couple of times in college and took him downing on the pga tour as well so my first year on the pga tour is nineteen ninety nine Still actively play. But you know. I tell her by one of the old fat guys now and i'm only getting in about a dozen events a year but Because i have so much. Free time A friend of mine has insurance company at insurance business The model group and he asked me to help them out. And i'm a finance guy Finance degree and so i went and got my licenses. And and i'm pga tour player and a licensed producer at insurance worlds. But yeah it's it's fine. I'm having a great time. It was great to meet carter at moon valley country club and here we. Are you know two years later. I'm on your podcast. Pretty cool. I i mean who knew right. And so now he's modest right and but let's be a little bit specific and let's get a little bit about what it was like coming down the stretch of winning your very first golf tournament at the byron nelson. Now we're not talking about some off we're talking about lord byron's of vets and or dallas texas. Why a little bit about what that was like. You know your your feelings and your emotions and you know channeling you know past successes maybe call when you're eight years old with with your own pay nights. Who's let's talk a little bit about what that was like. yes is two thousand five byron nelson it. They call them the fab five. We're all playing to tiger. Ernie els phil mickelson routine goosen and vj. Singh i call those guys five fab five and at the time and All five of them were in the field. And i was in the third to last group on sunday so in plain to some and I hit every green. Every fairway shot sixty five and ended up beating. Vj singh and sean o'hare by shot Week i had listened to another mobile podcasts. Back was actually an audiotape of a gaining. Mac newton a mac said he gave this Analogy where where they get a steady with three groups of free throw shooters. At the university of michigan state michigan state university where one group practice free throws the other. Group meditated practice free throws and the third group just meditated about practicing three floors for a month and at the end of the month. The group that that had shot basketball at all just thought about it improve their free throw shooting by thirty percent. The people that just practiced didn't get much and the people that meditate and shot got a little better. So i went into that week. I go you know that. I'm just gonna visualize and i'm gonna visualized the chatham visualized my pets going the hall. I'm not gonna you know. So i i think i'm gonna take a practice. Swing back and take it practice putting stroke. I'm just gonna visualize get up and hit. And and i was amazing and the other thing that i i would get over the other thing mac. Newton said it was he says. Tell yourself thousand times you like yourself. I like myself like myself like this. So i would get over my putts and normally when you're a professional preston golfers are professional athletes. Are you know if we don't do it right. We get frustrated and we get You know the trying to be perfect to be perfect or you. Miss a putt. You get frustrated. So i just told myself you know what i like myself. I don't care if this fight goes into not and And max at the guy who cares the least wins. So i just wanted to know that we you know not caring and tell myself like myself and visualizing and that and it turned out to be a winning formula.
Money Matters with Jen Hemphill
"Jen. Through. Them how are you? I'm good. How are you? I'm excited to do this I. We've met in person and just to get to talk on your podcast I am thrilled I know fellow podcasters. Yeah, federal pockets, review part because you for a long time yet because how when did you get started twenty sixteen you started before me okay. Twenty it'll be five years. So yes, So we'll talk about your podcast we've been in for a minute. And I think more. So now that Is podcast. Right right and it's interesting because it seems like people are like you are a veteran podcast around like what? Really but in I guess in comparison texts number of new podcasters I guess, yes I mean, you talked to Escobar and like she's a real truce. Right like. Decades apart guesting. Right right. So okay. Then back to your store, you tell us who you are with your heritage. So I am goal beyond by birth, but I always am very transparent. My father is a Gringo. So I was fortunate or however you WANNA call it I did not immigrate to the US because by birth I was an American citizen and I was a Colombian citizen by birth and we were there basically was eight years old in Columbia in Columbia. Solid there till I was eight years old and it was basically for money reasons. That we moved to the US both my parents are educated but my father at those times back in the seventies was still a time when Columbia it was very insecure, not just insecure from robberies in in all the violence but insecure economically. So my father being educated, it was very hard for him to find a job or our job a stable job. So he would do make do bake sell bread pump gasoline anything that he could do to earn a living and gone on. Yeah in Columbia. So that was just a very difficult part they tried some entrepreneurship as some restaurants slash discotheques. And they fought the. I was the kid because at that time they do anymore. But in Columbia typically, if you have like a bakery restaurant, you typically live there you have a house not typically. But in the smaller areas, you have a house adjacent to worn apartment adjacent to that business, right? So we lived there and I remember sneaking down 'cause I wanted to dance underneath the. Disco. Ball. No Way. A, little, girl. How does Okay. So how was the growing with Dad and Columbia? It was very interesting. Did he speak English to you know Gomaa See I did not learn English until we moved to the states. So English was my second language granite he wasn't is funny because he was in English. When he did get jobs, it was primarily to teach English so. I had a word but in terms of having conversations I learned English when I moved to the US and I was in an esl class all that and so it was very interesting times because in Colombia gringo equated to money right I think everywhere in Latin America most most places, right so a lot of people thought we had money. So I do have memories of me and my dad but without walk in the city and all the sudden, he would grab my hand and we. We'll start running because he stuck out and that time of six foot tall man was a giant not anymore. So six foot tall imagine a really Pale red hair freckles blue eyes in that time that stuck out now things are evolved right where when my husband and I his military we moved to living in federal and unless thinking Oh, my goodness I was prepare myself. I'M GONNA stick out because I'm very unlike skinned or going to stick out I'm GonNa think people are GonNA think. That I'm agreeing got been no I didn't know much about biddle obviously. Much European influence there was and so I blended an purdy well. So in Columbia was very, very interesting just because it was always running away from people wanting to steal in interesting times all my so he would grab your hand he would run through the streets. Yes. Get home or to go places. Yes. Wow. Again, this is not speaking badly of Columbia John by Macho. This was is a city living one in that happens everywhere and it was an time of that was just insecure and add things are better not one hundred percent like any city.
Golfer Rich Beem on Q School and Beer Guts
"Let's get back to our interview with rich. Beem in this time period q-school. How did that work is that? How is that what? Your Path was to the PGA tour or able to just signed straight up for Q-school. Did you buy the minor leagues? Basically did I literally went straight from the pro shop to the PGA tour? So I'd won the section the Section Assistance Championship in nineteen ninety. Eight and nineteen ninety. Eight is what I really start playing really good and I have no idea what it what. How old are you at that time? Then Ninety eight I would have been twenty eight okay. So you're not a young. You're not a young Modo outta college but but naive for sure and I'll get to more of that later on but I went to q school. I won the assistance championship and it used to be years prior. That would actually get you a bypass of going first stage. And and so I would have been exempted second-stage although in nineteen ninety eight. They took that out. They said Nope you. You still have to go to first day so I had to go through all three stages of Q-school and I ended up in first one was in Scottsdale at a golf course called talking stick Ben Ben Crenshaw bellcore design fantastic track but I had to shoot sixty seven the final day to make it through to make it through first Yup through I age and then the second the second one was in Houston on the final day I was in by about two or three going into the final round and I was to over through six holes and on the seventh hole. I had a shot with a wedge but in the rough and I thought Flyer no-fly I don't think flyer it was a flyer and I absolutely air mail the green by like thirty yards and I got no shot. I have zero shot so I get back over there I find it. I hit it back to the front of the Green. I got sixty feet left. I'm choking and a mad on the same breath I mean I can't control myself. I'm literally trying not to vomit because I know that making the finals is a big deal well before I even thought about it. I pull the trigger. Hit knocked it in and then birdied the next two holes in the night. I shot I. I shot seventy one and got through comfortably at the end of the day but there are some the pressure of the stories you hear about Q-school in about how much pressure puts on you. It's unbelievable because if you don't get through second-stage you've just wasted five thousand bucks you nothing you guys that you got no status anywhere and so that was a big deal. That was a huge deal for me. In fact I funny enough bill hyme who caddied for me for fourteen years and come back and county for me. When when I turned fifty he actually was same venue. He lost in a playoff back then. They had a playoff. He lost in a playoff to get to the finals and then he actually drove out to finals. In case anybody withdrew and finals he was the first alternate in. Nobody dropped out in you. Figure that out of the two hundred seven guys are at finals. Somebody one guy nothing. Nobody dropped out so Turned out to be in both of our favors because he had a great career together and he's one of my closest friends but it was pretty funny. How how that'll happen. And you make it all the weight. How many how many. I looked up your class right here on Wikipedia. You have forty one guys make it through. How many are you estimate? I don't know the answer to this. But how many are you? Estimating had to go through from first stage all the way through the. There's a few of them that had to come to be fair. I don't know what the I mean. You Bo Van Pelt Charles Warren Jeffrey Hart and Rio Bravo and David Seawall in Roy Sabatini David Zero. Pga TOUR STARTS HERE. The only guys on there that had needs zero. Pj torstar so my buddies that came out of that was Bo. Van Pelt. Brian Baird Bird. I got to be close with. Oh I'm drawing a blank. I can't believe I'm drawn blanks on this. I'm so bad with names. It's killing me but I you know there's a bunch of guys that I became you know just because we went through that process together. It really was one of those weeks where you just. Kinda put your head down and you just keep on going. I know Mike. We're want it Mike sposa. That's the guy that was going to expose him. Brian Baird just because we we hung out together when we because right after. You got your car. You went to a class and we went through media class which I think that everybody in the room. Everybody well I I know for me. Factually I didn't hear a single word at. I know that the big Gulp in my hand wasn't really a big old. It was a big but it wasn't. It wasn't as advertised. So what? Yeah what is your. What is your reputation. Did you have a partying reputation on a founded reputation? Well-founded yeah I'M NOT GONNA Deny I. It's it's interesting because I think that a lot of the guys in there it's true. I listened soon as I get done playing golf. I like to have beverage. I absolutely have to have a beverage. I'm not going to deny that one iota. It was kind of in the air though when tiger was kicking everybody's ass and workouts were becoming super popular fitness. All of that sports psychologist. I mean all of it was it was. You know that's how it was but I mean before the final round at the Kemper Open and ninety nine at a big old fat enchilada plate and four cores. Lights that my dinner. That was just how I didn't you know and I think a lot of times. It was frowned upon where in generation. Before that you know. It's kind of like smoking. Everybody everybody used to smoke Nobody smokes right. 'cause it's frowned upon. It's looked down upon right but I listen. It was good. I had some good times. There's no doubt about it you know and I was successful at what I did now. I did it so well you away. At least a lot of people were some people work. You need some sort of release. I imagine after Tournament Golf. So when I when I played in tournaments like Inbetween Rounds Dude. I need a drink after a grinding for four or five hours and I think that there's there's something to that. Yeah I think there's a lot to that. I think that there's I think for different people at it. You know having having a drink it's more psychological because I needed because I've got eighty and I needed a way to stop thinking about golf. I needed a way to sit there. And not fret over what my stroke or what. My swing felt like or anything like that. Because if 'cause I could sit there and just go nuts. I still do go nuts. I mean there's a lot of time laying in bed in the middle of the night and I'm literally thinking about my putting or I'm thinking about my chip. I'm thinking about something that has to do with golf. That's just the way mine works. You know after a while you just get tired of that. Sure you just get burnt out of thinking about it all the time. It just eats gnaws at USA for for me when it came to the PGA tour in tournament. Golf I mean listen I I. They're probably very few rounds very around probably more so today. I I don't have. I don't drink a lot when after I play golf. Just kind of getting to that age and my body just doesn't like it that much anymore but I just I needed to have something to kind of smooth me out because I was so high strung and listen to other people do it different ways some guys want to go do push ups some guys. WanNa go running. I liked the smell of of wooden barstools and inside of a sitting at the bar watching TV. Well I think that there's a lot of people out there that kind of long for those days on the PGA tour both players and fans kind of you know a Lotta people love the some of the beer guts and that kind of culture seems to have gone by the way word and would you say you were one of the guys that kind of kept that going into the two thousands and who were some of those guys would kind of more celebrate that lifestyle though the unfortunately he's not on tour anymore but Anthony. Kim was legendary. Yeah legend give me absolutely everything. You've got to be fair. I mean some of it. I don't quite recall but I mean I remember. I didn't even hang out with them. I didn't hang out with them a lot off the golf course. I think in. That probably was good for both of us because I think we would have enabled one another quite a bit but I mean I remember Vegas a couple of times and you just you. You hear the stories about you know. There was a five day event and he was out and he was legend. I mean he would. He would go hard and he was not afraid to spend money. I mean the kid was unbelievable. Talented player I mean. There's no doubt about it. And but he was he could go. There are some guys that could could fly. I mean I for me. It was more I actually would. I would have probably sit there with my caddie and hang out with my caddie more than even I'd probably go sit in the caddy room. Instead of hang out up in the in the players locker room I spent more time just going out today with my caddie than I did any other players but you know you could hear stories about some guys who like to go and some guys when I first got on tour. There's a few guys Ted purdy would. It was always fun. Hang you know especially when we had missed the cut. I mean Ted was always good to hang with. It's not like John. Daly ask you know where you would go and where you would just go into your ran into a wall. And then you'd back up and run through the wall and go. I mean it was in by our standards. It was fairly tame but just sitting around. Just having a giggle and and enjoying life and whatnot. Not Letting not letting anything get you down you know after misguide or or celebrating after after a nice week cabinet evidence solid week or something like that but you know there are some guys that that are very quiet about how they do it but I promise you there's guys out there that are right in the middle of it and they like to have fun. Well who's your caddy that you that it was at Steve. Duplantis Steve duplantis was my caddy for the Kemper. Open win he was my he was Caddy for me for probably about five months five months and I finally said I can't hang with anymore. Yes we're just a bad influence on each out part of it but I I think though in one of my rare mature moments. I figured that you know what probably needs somebody. That's a little more grounded and I went through probably three or four guys so I found the right one and then once I found the right
Seattle: High speed chase ends in crash and suicide
"I came back and it was completely blocked off we're learning more about that high speed chase that led to an officer involved shooting near Purdy the medical examiner now says the driver of the truck died by suicide shortly after his truck crashed officers say they fired after hearing the gun shot no officers were wounded
"purdy" Discussed on KOMO
"Three oh two in Purdy that's where troopers say the man came out shooting units from state patrol kits at county sheriff's office and appears county sheriff's department approach the suspect's truck and found the driver was unresponsive the driver was pronounced deceased at the scene a medical examiner says it was thirty five year old Trevor messenger who died from a self inflicted gunshot wound no police officers were hurt and R. V. fire in Seattle turns deadly this morning the fire was reported around seven thirty this morning near twenty fourth Avenue south and south hill street the Seattle fire departments Kristin Tinsley says some civilians were trying to put it out with a fire extinguisher right on scene they thought Clark showing from the R. V. so we immediately forced entry into the R. V. they found a woman in her thirties inside she died at the scene no one else was hurt Franklin C. como news no word yet how the fire started democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg said one of his official representatives to south king county today with the focus was on small business becomes Ryan Harris also asked about a book full of potentially offensive quotes link to Bloomberg in a conversation with Derian mayor Jimmy Matta and several Latino business owners Yolanda Jimenez says they talked about the steep learning curve that goes beyond the work they do in Minnesota she and Bloomberg are both children of immigrants you find a story of perseverance and working hard to achieve that American dream not just for themselves but for their children and for the community at large as well I also asked Bloomberg's former domestic violence are in New York for her thoughts on the book the wit and wisdom of Michael Bloomberg which includes quotes derogatory to women and she says she doesn't know what was said just what was done and I saw how I felt and I wouldn't be here if I didn't feel respected and if I didn't feel that I worked in an environment where I could get ahead can help other women who are vulnerable situations like victims of violence Lindbergh isn't on the ballot in South Carolina so he faces his first real test with voters on super Tuesday Brian Harris homeowners breaching the four lower Snake River dams is a bad idea according to the federal government invited middle impact study released today says removing the dams to save salmon would cause more harm than good Republican congressman Dan Newhouse whose district includes some of those dams celebrated the finding ways around that that M. sand salmon that both ways as an environmental groups have pushed for breaching the dams for years the governor's office says the report is just the start and they'll receive a stakeholder report next week Jeff postal a company whose are come on news time for ten to the Harley exterior sports desk with bill Schwartz and back to the soccer drawing board for the Sounders on last night in CenturyLink field it was a penalty kick lost to the Honduran club Olimpia which not Brian Schmetzer steam out of the CONCACAF champions league competition the whole group just needed it just seemed like the you know stop pulling away then I awake until they comply the Sounders need to shore up their defense as they prepare for Sunday's MLS home opener against the Chicago fire in Scottsdale Arizona leadoff man shed long had a couple of RBIs Kyle Lewis socked his first spring home run and the mariners stunned the Diamondbacks six to two home opener night for the five into Washington husky baseball team against California Irvine at the same time six o'clock the U. dub men's basketball team hosts Washington state it's a cooker team which beat the Huskies by a dozen in Pullman last month you can hear the Boeing apple Cup on the hardwood starting at five thirty on komo news had a tough final pac twelve road trip for the husky women tonight they play number seventeen Oregon state in Corvallis and then Sunday in Eugene against the third ranked Oregon ducks sports attended forty after the hour bill Schwartz on the home of the Huskies come on news the democratic presidential candidates are going hard after the front runner just one day ahead of the South Carolina primary swim here in South Carolina let's win the democratic nomination leads to feed from overnight senator Bernie Sanders rallies of Carolinians in Spartanburg outing his poll numbers and claiming he is the electable one.
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"purdy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Would highways are doing fine north bend seventy five north bound for so many one inbound seventy four all in good shape Chuck came from newsradio seven hundred W. all W. live first warning weather center Jennifer gets my guest today was E. R. T. Y. Purdy yes it was a party outside and today we get to hit repeat on that minus the Superbowl party so you're gonna have to make your own chicken wings today so we will have a fair amount of sun them up so starting partly cloudy we will get back into more of that more mostly cloudy sky this afternoon but with a high of sixty three you know couple clouds out there like whatever the wind yesterday was pretty breezy it why is yet to days when will be from the southwest at ten to fifteen gusting to twenty so there will still be a decent breeze out there but remember the wind is pushing that warm air here's a few what the sixty three it comes with the wind comes with a win yeah that's the deal yep showers will start tonight after around mid night we should she sees her she sure sure sure we should hours right and into the morning drive tomorrow often on chances throughout the day we'll see a high of fifty eight and this is the last war when I've got this week well in all right we'll deal with it yeah exactly we will get to some specifics literal look in the long term see later the temp is forty six seven hundred WLW now some thoughts from anything so it doesn't matter if you're a cop shop work a mop or do anything that ends in well what what at the end of the day that's one rocky and I tried to give you every afternoon we do a pretty good job specially my part don't forget rocky rocky pretty good and the Iraqi this afternoon at three one seven hundred W. L. W. thank you leasing for live coverage of the Iowa caucuses Brian Williams and Rachel posted team of experts providing context clarity on the first big night twenty twenty tonight will change the political violence in the United States Steve Kornacki will be at the big and the road warriors will be on the live coverage of the Iowa caucuses tonight at six BC as miss symptoms can attack anywhere like on a city street now you can give fast relief anywhere with new improved private team missed the only FDA approved asthma inhaler available over the counter so whether you need relief of symptoms of the park or at your kitchen table Brian the team missed starts working quickly opening up your Airways to restore free breathing for temporary relief of mild symptoms of.
"purdy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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An interview with Huawei USA's chief security officer Andy Purdy
"With any party is chief security officer while a technologies USA he is joining us in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York of course while a very familiar to her audience I feel like amid the US China trade tensions that we cannot forget the commerce department blacklisted while way back in the spring to stop American businesses from selling components to the company the White House for a while is accused of the company being a threat to America's national security let's kind of roll it all together any good to have you here with us because I feel like the more conversations we have on on these types of issues the smarter we all gatt the recent bands that have come out from the administration what has that done to you guys as a company and in terms of interacting with American businesses well there's certainly been an impact on while a we've got nearly three hundred American companies that want to sell to us the supply up to twenty five or thirty percent of all of our global components so we've had to move to what they call plan be something that IBM and recommended we start we did start sometime ago so we have had to find alternatives to those and right now we're able to ship our five G. technology with no American components so we're not entirely sure the impact on us but we do know that over forty thousand American jobs hang in the balance for no good reason so we hope that these issues can be put aside this effort to attend an effort to hurt China wear them hurting America we're cutting off our nose to spite our face and what sort of progress if any are you making in Washington to get that message across or they'd listening or are you sort of shouting into the wilderness here we're not making any progress I mean the fact is and I think the existence of the US trade talks the geo political situation although everybody says if we're not connected to it of the government won't even talk to us they won't talk to us about the kinds of things that allow Nokia Erickson do business in United States despite their deep ties to China so we hope that if that if there is some kind of a trade deal it may be that the government will talk to us about these negative on Telefonica the German company just came out the side to do a five year contract with us despite the pressure of the U. S. on Germany so we can address real cyber security risk and we'd love to collaborate with the US government what's the future though I do think because we have a ton of conversation the magazine just this week has a story about Chinese Americans who are be called especially those who work on government projects and have high security clearances where they're under heightened scrutiny and sometimes wrongly so and so I do wonder like what is the future in the in a world we talk about a bifurcation where it's kind of the U. S. versus China what does that mean for a company like you guys in the Verizon CEO recently said we want to avoid a five G. Cold War brightness came out and said it did it it just doesn't make any sense we see very important things happening in Europe for example in Germany with a telephonic announcement but the government is working hard the European Union is working hard to try to come with objective and transparent basis for knowing which products are worthy of trust because the bad guys out there have great skills we have to use very good technologies to address the rest that that comes through all products so any of I want to ask you because your background you worked in the White House mean you understand the other side of the table in many ways how surprised were you that all this went down essentially knowing how the sausage is made on the other side well there's been some longstanding concerns you know and although the terrorists help obscure these fundamental agreement among the Republicans and Democrats the concern about theft of intellectual property the concerns about forced technology transfer the threat that the US sees from China as China has grown economically and militarily these are things that the the cut across the board and so and legitimate concerns well let's put it this way our government the American government has to make sure that we address the rest to this country we've got to learn lessons like from the seventy five years ago DJ in cyberspace we have to be ready much more ready with we were when the Germans and the **** swarmed over Europe we have to be ready to address real rest and we think it can be done that it has to be done with standards and conformance programs for the operators as well as testing independent testing for the equipment we love the participate in those conversations but it is interesting too though that if there is a division of technology division and the world going forward we talk about a lot about five G. maybe there's going to be two standards are you know you do wonder what what what does that mean for global security concerns well it is a life what it means is a real threat to competition and and competition is critically important it's important for security it's important for resilience it's important for innovation we need to make sure that we have competition when you look at the equipment vendors there is not enough competition I hope no key is strong enough to to survive frankly hope that they're strong enough to do the are you D. that they need to with your expertise in understanding where you are currently and then as Jason mentioned you know having spent some time you know along the beltway and I just do wonder so what what is the answer because we do know in terms of our relationship with the Chinese that there has been problems with intellectual property and there has been a lot of technology transfer or if you're starting up a business you've got to do it along with a Chinese company you know it's very clear that the Chinese you know have a mission to be very dominant and I don't have a problem with that because I feel like that's capitalism a play but because of the past how do we know who what we're dealing with as as a country the United States well I'm glad I had the option to participate in discussions the United Nations here in New York last week with governments and private companies it's a combination of we need enormous for government we need benchmarks that we could hold governments accountable we could have mechanisms to create incentives and consequences of government if governments violate the rules but also unique companies you need independent standards you need independent testing so we can address the rest is the combination the shared responsibility that's gonna help us just thirty seconds what would be a great incentive for the two I needs to really make sure that turns the government conformity that it happens as quickly well I mean I think the global community holding them in other countries accountable the World Trade Organization to standards on the theft of intellectual property on forced technology transfer we have to have the visibility and then make clear when when a country whoever it is is violating those norms but it's interesting in a week where we know the WTO right wrist is weekend yeah to say the least any party we hope you'll come back we were only able to scratch the surface of a really important topic chief security officer at while way technologies here with us in our Bloomberg interactive brokers
The new shows to watch and the ones to skip
"As usual we wrap things up with the critics corner this week's new arrivals include undone on Amazon unbelievable on Net flicks and American Horror Story Nineteen eighty-four on FX Dan. What's cooking well? I if I had not seen American Horror Story Nineteen eighty-four as if I have said many times I'm looking forward to watching the first few episodes and quitting as usual but I can't tell you if it's better or worse than usual fortunately though there are actually a lot of things things to watch this week and really the main new releases are all pretty good to very good. Unbelievable is Netflix exes this I would say it is complementary to mind hunter. It is to some degree. It's the story of two detectives played by Merit Weaver in Toni Collette investigating a serial rape case. There's also a story line involving Caitlyn deavere as one of the victims potentially of the same serial rapist. Maybe maybe not it is intense and it sounds like it is unpleasant to watch or could could be unpleasant to watch. It is less wallowing than it could be. I would say that the creators Suzanne grants who wrote Erin Brockovich among other things is the primary creator along with a let Waldman and Michael Chaban and it has a really good grasp of tone. It never goes to dark. It has is very good insight into the criminal investigative process what works what doesn't sometimes it's even funny and that has a lot to do with the fact that Moore Weaver in Tony any clutter just wonderful together. It's based on a Pulitzer Prize winning propublica article and I could honestly watch multiple seasons of this or up Toni Collette Leadin Merit Weaver being awesome Caitlyn deavere also awesome. I thought the eighth episode of the eighth. Maybe is a drop in quality. Maybe a little bit more contrived and conventional conventional than the first seven but it's an impressive piece of economical and powerful storytelling then undone which sounds like it should be right. They're also alphabetically which is very important comes from a Raphael Bob Wax Bergen keep purdy who have worked together on Bo Jack Horseman on Netflix. This one is on an Amazon and it is a twisty turny wrote a scoped story about a young woman who becomes unstuck in time and reality after a car the accident and her father voiced by Bob Odenkirk actually played by Bob Odenkirk because that's how wrote a scope works tells her that she has the power to help. nope basically solve the mystery of his death or murder. Main character is played by Rosa Salazar who people will know maybe from alita battle angel or for man seeking woman. She's she's very good. It is not as funny or Quirky as Beau Jack Horsemen but is is visually magnificent the the the rotor scoping technology and the work done by director his Co.. Housing is is stunning to look at. I didn't care about the murder mystery really at all but I love watching this this is this is such a beautiful show to watch and sometimes it's funny. Sometimes it has some big thoughts in its mind. It's Jerry Interesting Are you gonNa Watch either of those two this weekend direction. I actually just started binging elites. I'm probably going to finish that and then I'm hopefully to watch some baseball this weekend. I'm hopefully going to sit out by the pool. That all sounds good if you need a little bit more TV I can also to some degree. Recommend showtimes murderer on the by you. Showtime is getting into the same true. Crime miniseries extended storytelling market that netflix dominated that obviously Amazon has done some. I'm working. A bunch of folks have done it. It's about the investigation into the deaths of young women in a single Louisiana small town. It is full of rather rather mind boggling details miscarriages of justice. It is absolutely difficult to watch. It's a Lotta graphic. Talk about you know people selling their bodies is selling their souls and smoking crack with their parents but it is you're trying to do right there. It doesn't look like it's that exciting small town so apparently you gotta do what you gotTa do it is harrowing but sometimes gripping and mind boggling to watch a lot of pretty good TV to watch this weekend. I would say so there. You
Deadly Kentucky Gas Explosion 'Looks Like Mars'
"It looks like Mars that's how authorities describe the aftermath of a deadly gas line explosion in Lincoln County in central Kentucky the fire continued for quite a while we had videos in video from the scene that it's it's sound like a jet engine was taking off as a result of the at the fire the gas as you can imagine was continuing to flow flow of words that's K. as P. trooper Robert Purdy a fifty eight year old woman was killed several others were
YouTubers, influencers and big business converge at VidCon 2019
"Hey marketplace tech listeners. Marketplace has a new podcast out now called this is uncomfortable. It's a weekly show out Thursday's about life and how many messes with it. The show looks at things like what happens when one person in a relationship has way more money than the other what happens when work is the thing that makes us cry at work and how to manage all the ways many gets in the way of our relationships shapes our identities and a lot of times defines what it means to be an adult subscribe to this is uncomfortable wherever you get your podcasts. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation Evan Lyle of rush enterprises is a big fan of Michigan as he put it. The future of mobility is going to be decided right here in the state is a planet dot com to find out why. That's P. L. A. N. E. T. M. dot com. It's BITCON twenty nineteen. The Mecca for Youtubers influencers and there are many many fans from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Jed Kim in for Molly. Would masses have converged on Anaheim California for the tenth annual Vid con where Industry execs and fans they interact with their favorite influencers and of course take selfies with a giant rainbow slide barbecues glittering dream house. People vote lined up early like Valerie Ortega at seven A._M.. She says her daughter WHO's on Youtube as galaxy lunar begged to come from El Paso my daughter Dazzling Ortega is a big fan of a lot of youtubers. So she's helping to meet some important. People try to get her name out there. To <hes> Jesus Kevin Wagner live streamed from the line to Gamer platform twitch. He had thousands of dollars worth of gear strapped to his shoulder. His waist erased my main goal of doing this is a share experiences with people that maybe can't financially afford to go or if they have you know fears of planes or just have social anxiety altogether so that's why I'm trying to do most of community helped me fund this rig covering all of this for the Atlantic is Taylor Laurenz. She says instagram and Tick Tock are gaining ground on youtube among creators at the same time. Being a Youtuber is still sort of seen as a very higher status mark. If you're successful youtuber you're making a lot of money because youtube is still the only platform that offers creators direct monetization so they can run pre roll ads on their videos and get paid. You can't run pre roll ads on your instagram account or your fifteen second tick tock so it's. Harder to get money more directly. Those people have to rely on brand deals which are a little bit more volatile. What are the kinds of announcements or big things that you're going to be looking for this year? I think another interesting thing that's happening this year. BITCON is the influence of China and Chinese these companies. You have executives from Baiju ten cent. There was a big East West Forum actually held at the Mary where a bunch of ten cents executives and other Chinese executives met to figure out how they can stay claim to some of the American market and was such a big deal for the it's interesting they have this whole Morad of APPs and platforms that have reached scale in China and have hundreds of millions of users but they haven't really been able to penetrate the Western market so I think we're seeing more Chinese companies see if there are big American creators they should be working with and also what can they learn from what we have going on over here a lot of controversies these days surrounding you too. How are those things showing up here? It's funny because they're completely. Wheatley not most stories about youtube this year defined as like extremism problems with Algorithm <hes> you know leading to the proliferation of all these outright white supremacist videos getting shown teens feeds and it's funny because here there's is just none of that is very entertainment focused. It's very focused for industry professionals and brands so you have brands like chipotle lay you know Walmart coming bitcon to scout new talent and they aren't interested in the kind of Neo Nazis that are actually the trending on the platform pretty calling Taylor Lorenzo reports for the Atlantic. She says YouTube uses vid con as a space to keep pace with competitors like announcing new ways for creators to make money and now for some related links the vid con experience has already gone overseas with Vid Cons London and Australia next year it will expand to Mexico City. The Hollywood reporter quotes a bid conning. Executive says some of the top global creators have emerged from Mexico in recent years content creators will have a new way to make money announced at BITCON. The S._e._C. has qualified a new crypto currency called props. They'll allow content creators to earn Crypto for the work they do and probably usable across several APPS. You can read more about it at tech crunch and Yahoo and finally youtuber ten emotional had a rather infamous role last year with BITCON BITCON over its denying her featured Creator status that led to her skipping bitcon and announcing her own concurrent convention tennakon was not a success some have made comparisons to the disastrous fire fest well the hedge it has been unburied. Tanna is back at Bitcon this year and happily. She's got that future Creator Badge Stephanie Hughes Produces Marketplace Tech Tro is our senior producer. We had production help from Matt purdy Serb. Regather is our engineer.
What does it mean to be "employed" in the gig economy?
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by ultimate software dedicated to putting people first with innovative solutions for HR payroll and talent management. Learn more at ultimate software dot com. Ultimate software people first and by click share with click share, and you're meeting, you can share your screen instantly from any device, click share instantly projects any speakers laptop, tablet or phone onto a presentation screen. So everyone can work together. Share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com and learn more and sign up for your free trial. What does it mean to be employed in the gig economy? A new European law. Tries to answer that question from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I may me Scott in for Molly would. This week the European parliament passed a law establishing basic rights for workers in the gig economy that could apply to some three million. People from Uber drivers to careers for the UK's delivery, the law requires companies to pay when work is cancelled last minute or for mandatory training, it also bans exclusivity clauses, which prevent freelancers from gigging for other companies. It's supposed to make working short-term gigs a little more stable. Joe Miller is a business and tech reporter with the BBC who's been following this law. It was mainly targeted at the biz of this. Well, and things like toss grab it essentially at based services that supply on demand sevices such as transport to delivery in reality. The legislation encompasses a fob ruled a section of the economy people who clean offices. Includes people who work for possible delivery companies. So the legislation could apply to a fall fall brought a sector than just those big tech foams that we've all come to know, why are these changes needed? What kinds of abuses were workers talking about that? This law is trying to address. Yes. The range of abuses require massive from people who being booked for work, and then never been given that work, you know, just being left in the lurch with no work, and no pay to people who have worked hundreds of days a year without any holiday pay people not being offered any compensation when they're sick despite working for the same company as intially for many, many months a weeks. So there's been an awful lot of activism around this and an awful lot of legal challenges around this of people coming forward with all sorts of employment concerns, these Member States have up to three years to begin to enforce this seems like a long time with a lot. Out of room for maneuvering, it is a long time. But critics would also point out that this only applies to people who are employed now that tightening up definition of who's employed the saying if you work three hours a week for a company that is considered employment. But of course, the big battlefield between the likes of Uber left and deliver around the weld and various authorities has been they've always claimed that they are just the facilitator between a customer and a self employed contractor now that is not covered by this legislation 'cause this legislation narrowly only applies to people who are employed, and you can expect that to be many many challenges on the definition of who is employed. This doesn't really solve anything in the immediate future. It's just a blueprint of how things may look the BBC's Joe Miller what could this year opean law mean for American workers? Well, Miller says think about what happened with the GDP are. The European privacy regulation that took effect last year. It led a lot of tech companies to change their practices here too. And now for some related links here in the US the rise of the gig economy may be distorting some economic data over at axios frequent marketplace guests Dion Ribaut and wrote about a new paper from the Dallas fed. It says the headline unemployment rate now at three point eight percent may low ball the number of gig workers who are unemployed or under employed because contract workers aren't on the payroll. They aren't counted as unemployed even when they're not working we've got links to John's piece and the Dallas fed paper at marketplace, tech dot org. Also, while you're there, check out another story from the ethica times Cornell University surveyed New Yorkers who use platforms like Uber post mates and grub hub to make a living among the two hundred seventy people surveyed only thirteen percent said they could get by by working for those apps alone, many relied on public assistance and juggled several apps at once to make ends meet Matt Purdy produced this. Tweaks marketplace tech along with Stephanie Hughes eve tro is our senior producer, Dan Powell is our engineer, I'm Amy Scott. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by click share, an award winning wireless presentation system with click share, and you're meeting you can share your screen instantly from any device. No more awkward small talk or wasted time as you wait. For tech problems to be fixed. Click share instantly projects any speakers laptop, tablet or phone onto a presentation scream. So everyone can work together. 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"purdy" Discussed on WHOA That's Good Podcast
"Hey fan. Welcome back to the low. That's good podcast. I am so excited about today. Because this girl has inspired me and so many different aspects of life. And so I'm really excited to get to know her more and get to know her best piece of advice. But for those of you who haven't already seen in the title of this podcast. It is Amy Purdy here with us today. Hello and welcome to the pike cast being you stadium so excited. Yes. We are excited. I know a lot of people are too. So here it is famous question. That is seems to be so time ting really you can do anything out. What is the best piece of I say that you've ever been given on my gosh, we're starting right from the beginning in that's piece of advice. You know, I think it's just to follow your heart and to be one hundred percent you. Yeah. And when I look back. On my life. And I look at the different things that I've done and the different accomplishments, and the things that I consider to be I guess successes in my life. It's all come down to me like fully following my heart and not trying to be anybody else. And certainly not hiding who. I really am by being me and like. Sharing all of me. And that even means all the vulnerabilities failures mistakes like everything that I've gone through that has led me to be the best version of myself that I can be that's so that's so good. Because people always ask like, are you over fray like something's gonna come out about you, or whatever it might. Well, if you're actually just being you and you being dented to who you are. And then you don't have here because you're not hiding and like that's exactly what you're saying. That's beautiful. And I'm sure that's brought a lot of peace over the last few years of just being in the public eye and stuff like that. I'm sure yeah. And for me, so for those viewers who don't know my story, but I have two prosthetic legs. I lost my legs when I was nineteen to something called minjah cockle meningitis, which was this blood infection that came out of nowhere. And I. Most died within twenty four hours of just feeling like I had the flu I was in the hospital on life support of giving less.
"purdy" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Hi, my name's Sam from Columbus, Ohio. I am grateful. I'm fourteen. Yeah, I'm grateful for time and having time to do things with the information that I'm getting here today from all these speakers good to be fourteen right? Right. I might time. And my question is so I just started snowboarding a few years ago, and on your mountaintops literal and figurative when you're heading down, whatever maybe that jump or you're going to start your new program for the Paralympics snowboarding. Why don't you just like turn around? What keeps you at each individual moment to do that thing? Make that jump or whatever, maybe. Twenty four. I know you could never even just stand up. I know I could never stand up at fourteen in Francis. Many people said thank you. I think that you actually you start it. You talked about time. And the thing is I'm very aware that we don't have time that anything can change tomorrow your lives can change so fast. And for me, I'm very aware of my own mortality. I know that what I'm doing today might not have the opportunity to do tomorrow. So every single day that I wake up, and I'm healthy. And I'm strong. I have a kidney transplant that keeps me on my toes more than my feet you because the kidney transplant you never know if it's going to fail. I don't know if I'm gonna need five kidney transplants in my life. Or if this one will last a lifetime. So every single day that I'm healthy. I'm using what I have. And I'm pushing myself, and I'm trying to figure out what the possibilities are because we don't have time. Not to scare you. But. That's that. That's what that's what inspires me like every single day unhealthy. I'm working. I'm doing it. I'm working towards my dreams, my passions. My goals every single day that I have what I have today. So. Yeah. Stand up one point right here in the middle. I'm Kim from San Francisco, California. And I'm grateful for all the stories like you said like the stories are just so powerful. My question to you is man you've kept his resume. That's ridiculous. So my question is what's next? Oh my gosh. So it's kind of interesting. So like Louis said, I so I travel all over the world, and I usually speak to corporate events, I will speak to twenty thousand people at a time. And and it's all corporate and fields. Nothing like this. This is amazing. I love what I do though. I get to connect with so many amazing people in a here, so many different stories and share my stories, but there's a bit of a disconnect because I live in a bubble. Even though I'm speaking of thousands of people out of time, I'm in this little bubble. Because if you're not sitting in there with me, you don't get to hear it. I don't get to connect with you. So I'm actually I'm actually I'm learning so much just being here today because I'm trying to learn how to reach out more to the followers that I have when I have little kids come up to me in tears and saying that my story changed their life. Like, that's what I want to do more of. I'm really inspired by our younger generation. I feel like they have more challenges than any of us have had with social. Media and trying to figure out where you fit in the world. And so I'm really inspired to reach out to more of these young kids. But in order to do that there's a little bit of a bridge that needs to be made from my world living in this bubble to be able to reach out more to to my followers out there and be able to create the content really that the younger generation that's going to actually get something from so so yeah. So that's what's moving forward is a passion and somewhat of a question, Mark. So we'll see how do that..
"purdy" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Are not in your favor for me that resonates so loudly because every day, I get messages from people online or people I meet in person who tell me that they're not doing the thing they really wanna do because of self doubt because of insecurity because of different challenges and obstacles that they face in their life, and they're really afraid to fail in a free to let people down and for people to judge them. And for me, I feel like we weren't just put here to play things safe to place mall or to show up some of the time. Yes, we want to protect ourselves. Yes. We wanna have our needs met. Yes. We don't wanna put ourselves in physical harms way. But if we want to achieve our dreams, and if we want to do something meaningful to us and fulfilling that means you gotta live messy at certain times. That means that you need to face different challenges. You're gonna break your heart. Your to hurt people. You're going to do things people. Don't like you're to not everyone's going to to like what you do. You're gonna lose some people along the way you're gonna frustrate people. You're going to feel some emotional pain here and there, and I don't think you're just supposed to coast, and and live the safe life all the way from the moment you wake up to the moment you die. Just don't believe. That's what this is supposed to be now. I don't want you to face emotional pain every single day. That's not worth it either. But there are going to be moments in your life that you're going to need to get stronger, not play smaller, but build your strength. So you can take on the challenges and adversity and today's guest has taken on some extreme diversity in her life. Amy Purdy is one of the most inspiring people. I know she's a massive motivational speaker. She's a para snowboarder, she is a bestselling author. She won the bronze medal and snowboarding in the Paralympics in twenty fourteen and in two thousand eighteen Paralympics she was a silver medalist and snowboarding. She's also just such a kind human being one of the kindest people I've ever met and she had a challenge when she was early in her life where she lost the bottom half of her legs. She lost about a month for the legs. And she had extreme challenges in extreme adversity that she had a face and in these challenges she didn't settle for a safe and comfortable, comfortable life. She stepped up to the plate and started taking more action. And she was the closing keynote speaker at last year's summit of greatness, which was mind blowing. She got a standing ovation and her speech is one of the best I've ever seen and we sat down and did a QNA afterwards. And in this episode today is part of that human a that. I felt really resonated that had people in tears and had people standing ovation all this stuff. And I wanted you to have access to it because of how inspiring it actually is. And if you haven't got your ticket for this year someone of greatness, it is going to be mind blowing.