36 Burst results for "Richie"
Fresh update on "richie" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"About abortion, a lot of myths, a lot of confusion, and I'm absolutely going to agree that it's a difficult issue. But brace yourself, buckle in because the Supreme Court might just be issuing a landmark ruling. Ethan is in Cincinnati, Ohio. Hey, Ethan, welcome to the Mike Gallagher show. How are you? I'm okay. I'm going to receive right now. Oh, sorry about that. We got Cincinnati on the screen. How are you doing? Yeah, well, I was born to raise the greatest city in the world. The queen said, I've been there many times. I know it well. Well, unless you consider Jerusalem the greatest city, behind Jerusalem, since daddy is the greatest city in the world. Even Jerusalem didn't have the big red machine. Well, I used to go to the big red machine by myself when I was a child. When I was a 12 year old child, crosley field no, riverfront. I'm older than you then because I went to crosley field. Yeah, so did I. That stadium part moved it to blue as well. They sure did. All right, tell me what you give me your thoughts on this abortion debate real quick because I'm fighting the clock here, Ethan, but good to hear from you. I was told to get to the point. I will get to the point. There are plenty of infertile Christian men and women that can't have babies. They would snatch that baby up and take care of it right away. Exactly. There's no reason to kill my baby was murdered. It was almost three months old and the portion is told my girlfriend no baby ever fought him so hard. Wow. And my girlfriend was crying for years. I broke up. I was waiting for 14 years at a broke us up. I'm so sorry, Ethan. God bless you. And thank you for sharing that tough memory. It's a very tough issue. There's no question about it. And I appreciate you sharing that with me. And yeah, those are the days. You know, my dad was a bird dog scout for the Boston Red Sox. And I remember his little boy. He died when I was 11, but I was like, 8 or 9, he took me to crosley field, Cincinnati, Ohio, to say hi to the great Richie Hebner. Now legend has it my dad introduced Richie Hebner to Major League Baseball because Richard Richie Hebner was from my dad's hometown of Norwood, Massachusetts. I think Richie Hebner was a grave digger. And why not being a baseball player and I got to meet him and I remember my dad introduced him and all I could just kept staring at that big wad of nasty tobacco and he was spitting it out and talking to my dad and spitting out that tobacco because back in the day, they used to shoot tobacco. Not anymore. He's Major League Baseball's woke. I.
Rittenhouse trial: Someone else fired into the air first
"Testimony continues in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse charged with shooting three men and killing two of them at a protest in Kenosha Wisconsin last summer prosecutors are portraying Kyle Rittenhouse as the instigator of the bloodshed well those attorneys are arguing that he acted in self defense prosecutor Thomas bigger played video interviewed Richie McGinniss but the conservative website the daily caller who interviewed Rittenhouse before the shooting I saw a lot of people who are medics some of whom were arms but not within the air fifteen that I recall detective Martin Howard testified that footage shows a protester fired a shot into the air about two and a half seconds before Rittenhouse began firing Joseph Rosenbaum trial audio courtesy of court TV I'm Jennifer king
Mark Levin Opens up About Losing His Brother-in-Law
"I'll be honest with you folks I always am When you have a death in the family It's not so easy to come behind this microphone or to go on TV and proceed as you normally would But I have an obligation to do that And if I think I can't well then I ask one of our wonderful substitute hosts to step in And it's been rather difficult Because the family lost a very very important family member And you know I drove back yesterday morning And did the program I'm doing the program tonight and so forth but I'm just telling you this cloud the star cloud remains Because it's just it's not that simple to compartmentalize But when you're a public figure you have a responsibility like this Well you have to plow ahead and as I say if you can't plow ahead then you bring in some help and want to thank Richie V which I fail to do For filling in as I attended the funeral of my brother in
Rich Valdes Cuts a Pro-Wrestling Promo on Joe 'El Baboso' Biden
"You know shoot as a talk show host talking smack and cutting promos is literally like in my DNA The wrestling part not so much So I imagine if I was going to wrestle somebody let's say Joe el bubble so Biden I would call him out from the locker room curtain right And they would be announcing And Richie V the broadcasting barber he is coming through the door making his way to ringside from the locker room calling out Joel Barbosa Biden and let's go to the mic And I would say Jo el bubble so Biden This is my promo right You don't stand a chance against me in the ring because you're allowing human smuggling at the border You botched up Afghanistan You're destroying the airline industry right before Christmas with vaccine mandates And Joel el bubble so Biden you won't stand a chance against me when you wrestle in this ring right here in Madison Square Garden in New York City I don't know You know you know why Because he wouldn't have the Secret Service He won't have his famous handy dandy note card and he won't have gen circle backpass Silent P of course It'll just be sleepy creepy Joe and me mono Amano American versus chinaman Capitalist versus closet communist And of course I'm gonna do my signature move I guess we're gonna call that the broadcast blast And I will broadcast blast Joe Elba also Biden all over this ring And then the crowd erupts into a chant Sounds like they're chanting Let's go Brandon for some odd reason Anyway that's what it would be like I guess a brother can train
Mark Levin Addresses Two-Day Absence
"One I want to thank Richie and Ben for sitting in I didn't take off because of my birthday I wasn't planning on taking off at all It's too much important stuff going on But I will share with you we'll get into extraordinary detail That last week I wasn't feeling very well And then over the weekend I'm trying to remember which day it was I think it was Sunday There was a little festival out here in Virginia And I went there my wife my mother in law And I dropped them off at a spot and they parked and when I walked from the car about a hundred 120 feet I had tremendous pressure on my chest and I could breathe very well So I kind of knew what it was having had bypass and stents before And then that evening when we came home and I sat down it intensified So I wasn't even doing anything and then I knew it had an issue and I went into the hospital And they implanted another stent So that makes three or four stance three bypasses that is three graphs One bypass procedure And it's unfortunately it's fairly aggressive as the cardiologist told me and it is I think the word he used was dispersed The heart disease is dispersed in a number of areas But the main blockage was 90% blocked that's been addressed There's a few others and we should be able to keep them under control So I'm not going anywhere
Nicole Richie's Hair Catches Fire at 40th Birthday Party
"Get lit but things got a little bit at nicole. Richie's fortieth birthday party. Literally she caught on fire wash terrifying moment. Nicole's hair went up in flames laughing at i. What in the world. She thought it was funny until she realized her entire head was on fire. Firstly giggle did you see that little spotted by the ritchie had flashbacks to richard pryor. Nope i've seen this before. We are not going there. What would you
Sebastian Has Made Only One Mistake: Backing Bill Barr
"Have made one mistake which i have publicly accepted on this show. I have made at least two or three mea culpas and that has to do with a certain member of the administration. I served with a cabinet member. I was just a lowly strategist deputy to the president and that individual was our attorney general. Bill baugh and i have a story to tell you about bilbao from us nine on this show on social media and elsewhere i made statements about bill baugh being a good guy getting to the bottom of things rooting out corruption in the department of justice. Not making an excuse. Because i you know those words when mine but i made those statements based upon things that had been told to me by very good friends. Who'd worked for bill baugh when he had been the attorney general previously in the bush administration. So it's going on socio deemed to be very reliable. And i repeated that affirmation but i was wrong. I was as wrong as wrong. Could be this man is come. He is swamp. Just look into how richie is in where he got his money from. But you don't need to know that stuff. The inside baseball. You need to know what he did or didn't do for the trump administration how he had one job one job to clean out the stygian origin. Stables that were the department of justice just clean it out of corruption of the likes of stroke mccabe at the fbi komai people who weaponize law enforcement and he didn't nothing zip one. One junior loy gets a slap on the wrist for forging cia document. If i'd forced the cia document ibm jail now and be there for a long
"richie" Discussed on KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer
"Our official esther fan of gaby's morning news. Richie and papillion richie. How are you good morning. Guys yes congratulations for making all the same the most overrated player in the history of baseball in cleveland and detroit and you'll never hear them and good jobs dallas last night till fourteen all star games. Five world series. Stop stop stop it or stockings. People are voting on the stand. People put one hundred thousand dollars with that line of kim around him. You would have got hit okay. Why aren't they all forget in the hall of fame that they're all going in the hall of fame. You know that whole yankee. They bought that whole team. Come on course talk football. That's the one who love. This guy is my son. Plays more him all right. He owns the team. My son plays for your yeah. That's okay you don't like them. Jeeter owns the marlins. Well he doesn't really memorial is. He's the face of the program ritchie. Let's talk about the thoughts on this game for him. I would like to see us do it again like we did last week. It was supposed to states turnovers time. I think we had one penalty. You know just like that bill for two in a row. Run the ball. Stop the run. Let's just play a good solid game. They got new coaching staff against that scares me. You know because who knows what they can come out with but counselor playmakers rotate people. Because it's going to be really hot. We still got the advantage of size strength and depth again with that heat so this is a game that you want to build on get to it around so give yourself a couple of weeks for a week. We'll well yeah. I know what's coming up. I'm going to worry about worry about that next friday. This is so great. And i think this is a good tuneup for oklahoma in this way. you know it's a baby. Fordham is not fordham is not. it's it's borderline division three program. That's number one. Buffalo has guys are gonna play in the nfl And running backs pretty good now. He's he's good and I look. I don't know how good they're all. He's good now. This is not adrian peterson. This is not mike rosiere. But this guy's pretty good he could play for us. You can play for about anybody in the big mar. Yes yes kevin marks not that great vigo's for one hundred fifty five yards against us on saturday when he goes say next friday. We'll see okay. We'll talk about that next. That ain't happening respectfully allow respect dominate that offensive line. Apparently that right now maybe. It's not a very great team. Come on you say that every week before nebraska falling down the stairs you say that about illinois nebraska. I remember when you said before indiana. You said this is a must win. No problem and indiana comes in here and kick our butts. So i mean just a little respect rightey. Please write last week right. The prediction of a win over fordham was really out on a limb and come out a little respect. They're pretty good okay. It's it's it's a step up. I understand that. But you know. I got about two three playmakers. They got a nice linebacker. Spencer that running backs decent. Their quarterback is a veteran. That's it it's not gonna play last wagner. What is that. That's like one of those colleges on tv degree for meteorology. Become on the whole thing with me. I think this is a better tuneup for oklahoma than about anybody. Nebraska could play at this stage of the season because they are going to say they're going to see some guys that can make some place so if the huskers play well tomorrow a complete game on both sides of the ball. I thought second half against Fordham was pretty solid Maybe four to more down but it was pretty good defensively. This is a better tuneup for ou than a lot of games nebraska could play. I think it'll be a low scoring game tune up next week. We'll talk about oklahoma and again. They still great last week. Switch remember that. Maybe they're not as good as everybody thinks they are. We'll see so. I appreciate the shout out to derek jeter and the prediction you jim i i do. Love the guy. Thanks watching derek. Jeter play official fan every friday morning..
Lionel Richie Has an Ice Cream Flavor Called 'All Night Love'
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"richie" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"Think it's very straightforward. You know nice. Generally the great to pat o'brien and it was not the only steak success four slam dunk and for you because We just talked to rich april about winning the charlestown oaks You actually shipped to charlestown with vertical threat. And you won that russell road. Yeah i mean that was a good deal that i was two wins and two days for slam dunk. A in our barn in it was fun. Yeah let's go steal our nice sources. While i mean he has come back race was it's very good but Was stuck down on the inside on a very deep track. And he you know he he he might have been a little bit. You might have needed the race as well but super fresh fractions in a very small time. That was bing crosby. But i think they went like twenty one change and they ended up running one ten and two for grade one and You know he got. He got stuck on the inside. Eat a lot of dirt. So i mean we kind of needed wrist but this is a this is a great spot for him to get his confidence and worked out great well and at certainly putting him back on the engine basically put a line through that bing crosby because all of his good races have come on the lead and the way that racetrack was The upfront was absolutely the place to be. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah and you know. He knew that so he he he I got my bet here. I think iveta showed up. Nice give me there you go. Which which which which vat give it up. Give them a plug. Dr wayne mcilwraith. Oh mcilwraith assure very nice. Richie bought this with us ritchie Away from these wins the And obviously a great weekend for nick and slam dunk and the whole barn. I wanna look ahead though to thursday. Because you've got a bunch of maidens that are coming out Talk about that group. You got Tomorrow is a long time. You've got Sterling crest brandon's my lawyer and granola which of those are actually going to get in on On in the fourth thursday yeah d- random is pretty fast. Yeah and the other can run as well sterling crest. They're the ones on the also. Should get in but but Yeah brandon's the quicker of the two but can run some as well tomorrow. Tomorrow's a long time and she's ready to go. I mean she has she. She had a race and Shannon entrapped gratis. So we fix that. And i think showing really well. Shouldn't they worked today. So yeah those working thoughts it. We coming up tall. Yeah we'll talk about talk about the closing weekend stakes okay so We have the john. Maybe and i have a horse called going vegas. And they're and they're both being there so they both they're both lives done good And then we have. The del mar derby have no fully here ran very well in the side. If you watch the race he just got a couple of nixon king from way out of it and i mean he's he's going to be overlooked but i like him nice and what else is going on. That began route. there's a bunch of racists but those are the racists will be representing lincoln. Hockey might run in there to the derby. Sandy's he's pretty talented a little cold but You might not have enough earnings getting the race. But i don't think i've raised over files. Then we'll put him in allowance race The next day on sunday in very tough in there but Yeah more made and so you know might just get ready now so You know we should have a big weekend. Well hopefully we do. I gotta ask you about last week Because i didn't get a chance to talk while i was in town but You had two horses run on the stakes guard that that i thought had had price chances master fox ads and it all went wrong. Yeah yeah. I don't know he just didn't fire his race. I was stuck on the outside. I kinda wanna get like I kinda wanted them a little bit closer on the inside. But you know we just didn't fire so we're gonna gonna freshen him up and maybe it was just it was just you know. He's traveled a bunch. And i was pointing for that race. But it didn't it didn't work out so came back fine and we're gonna fresh them. Getting ready for senator Those distance races. He's very good at like mountain. Quarter kind of racist and then the The other philly Didn't fire there was a trag on. Its you try them. Which came back good. I think she was kind of stuck on the outside too and she just you know probably road and he said well she just didn't make a wrench. I just wrapped her up. So i mean the effort wasn't a good effort but she did come back healthy and i don't know what we're gonna do their next. Maybe we're like god and miss or something ten anita what's next also for me girl. There seems really great and I don't know. I mean. I nominated to a couple of weeks downside and the like to date winning his on there. Just haven't got a great steaks and yeah so that's the next step. So it was all right now richie. It's been a it's been a good summer and it feels like You can finish with a with a flourish as well. So congrats on a great weekend in the passing along the nick to i will thank you richie. Thank you so much. Richie bald as everybody always to catch up and The nice Got a little bit of everything right. We got coast to coast. We got Got you caught up on. What happened here in vegas. I gotta do the quick Recap close.
"richie" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"And in fact there. There's there's del mar from yesterday. Actually i need to have the obviously need to have the mobile talk. We'll talk to justin mystery probably wednesday more as early as tomorrow and i. I had him on for about seven eight nine minutes yesterday after the after the contest. But we'll we'll go over look over his win. And i think I think. We've got to richie baltics. Now reggie congratulations. Oh thank you we you know we were watching. We're watching the race here in the ballroom for the national players championship and i was just immediately reminded of of last weekend with the pacific classic. It feels like a similar story to tripoli getting good this summer and You know his case. Moving to dirt in the case of ginobili putting on blinkers. He's a different horse and he's dangerous source. I would think that very big effort at the beginning of the me And you know we drinkers did help a lot. There's a few other things that we did. You know I to combat racism. Aren't that good. But very fortunate position. You know so i was a great win. Say how much. How much do you wanna reveal about. What what you were saying. Well you know like. I tell anybody like there's like i had this i as a yearling and bought a thirty five thousand dollars in you. Know it was always well thought of and Ram the first time. He didn't run very good. We thought it was gonna win. And then we random a last year One for finding paid like fifty bucks. I don't know forty bucks or something that He.
Schwarber debuts, skidding Red Sox rout Orioles 8-1
"The red Sox were victorious in Kyle Schwarber's debut as Boston got back in the win column with an eight to one route of the Orioles the newly acquired Schwarber walked twice and scored twice impressing his new manager Alex Cora hopefully that's the beginning of something good you know we we still are now I was gonna look when everybody's playing but you know either excuse given second or fourth or six it's a quality at bat in protects a lot of guys on the line Bobby Dalbec cinder Bogart's in hunter Renfroe each had solo shots and Nick Pivetta struck out eight over six innings of one run ball Richie Martin had a solo Homer in Cedric Mullins extended his hitting streak to twenty games for Baltimore I'm given Coolbaugh
Mr. Call Screener and Mr. Producer Enjoy 'American Marxism'
"Mr Calls, You're not even realize Mr Call screening was reading the book. I signed one to him last week. And Mr Producer Mr Call, Screener said I'm Really getting through the book, he said. And I'm just telling you what he said. You know, Richie is gonna He has his own podcast. He substitutes here from time to time. He said. It's a sink. Your word choice is incredible. You want to move from one chapter to the next? It's exhilarating and impactful. That's what he Richie, Open your mind. I didn't say that. You said that to me during the break, Correct. And you're not blowing smoke, not blowing smoke. I really meant it. Everybody should pick up a copy. All right. Thank you. But he he reads this sort of stuff. So does Mr Producer he's in the middle of it. We got a very smart crew here. Very small group whether they're two of us, Mr Blues, you two and me. They're both named rich. It's a funny thing, and neither of them are rich. That's another funny thing. Uh,
The Inspiration Behind the Simbell Wireless Bell Ringing Simulator
"My guest. Today is st farmer. Who designed and bills the wireless church bell simulator. Hardware symbol steve. My first question is how long have you been ringing. I've only actually been ringing well. Four and a half years. I started in two thousand and sixteen run up to christmas. My wife has been reading for twenty years and that is the one thing that she did that. I didn't met. We had a open as part of the heritage days at the church and she was sure that nobody was going to turn open. Beg me to go along with the tower and have a go at ringing just so that if they had somebody go there and basically i got there within fifteen minutes. I was hooked. What was your experience of learning to ring learning was. I was taught me a very traditional way in that we had our tower captain at the time who basically gave me half an hour every now and then when we could fit in before practices and things and i learnt how to ring as you used to probably set you for two years ago and that was one of the things that made me think richie i need more wrote time and that was the basis of it but of course the issue that you have with bells is the fact. They make an awful lot of noise and the fighters somebody learning to ring and the constant banging manda. I thought we had to do something out of the must be a way of doing it. And that's when i started to look into simulators and what people were doing other people were doing. What did you find to be the two options. At the time the was the the wad system that david bagley made. And then there was another wireless system co. Belfry that tony croft made and i decided that i needed something so i thought that want to put wires in and it was quite expensive as a system for what was really just for one person to learn as i thought i was looking from totally selfish point of view so i went to come tevi croft and he didn't respond to my email and that's the basis of how i got into the whole thing of simulators if you'd actually responded to the email symbol probably wouldn't even exist so i just would have bought a belfi system and learn to know four would have gone
Transgender Weightlifter Hubbard Selected for Tokyo Olympics
"Laurel Hubbard from New Zealand lifted six hundred twenty eight pounds in two lips on the way to qualifying in the women's super heavyweight division she is safest Olympian who has transitioned from mild to Fairmount Karen Smith is with the New Zealand Olympic committee weightlifting New Zealand president Richie Patterson says harbor is in line with the best weight lifters in the world plus it is hard to speculate rankings a total in that vicinity ranks are all in the top six gender identity in sports is a highly sensitive and complex issue I would like to take this opportunity to remind us all that the role has met all of the required criteria she is a very dedicated and resilient athletes at forty three Hubbard will also be the oldest weightlifter in the Tokyo games I'm a Donahue
"richie" Discussed on Overtime with Paul Carcaterra
"That's great stock. So that seventy one team wins. You're first national title. But i gotta ask you about the seventy six seventy seven teams your other championship teams. Both of them are undefeated. Poach which is crazy and in one thousand nine hundred seventy six mike french. She's the tournament most outstanding player. One thousand nine hundred seventy seven. It's aiming mcenany led by hall of famers in many states. The best attack duo ever. What made those two teams unique in your mind. Well thank you know this. Some turkeys recruiting process is so important and our former players restored at the time. It remotely try recruiting funny. I had myself and mike was time coach as teaching at a high school and players on campus. Employers kid play basketball. Get him to turn house. I would take the meals activities on campus but i have to say for example of university. Who's now veterinarian is a great player on our employer a football lacrosse. I always wanted to allow athletes. I never recruited young man at the more than one sport. Because i think you get to mechanics and mental Athletically by playing more than once a specialized so they were big helping. Have no chattanooga. Young men A closeness to canada was fantastic with canadian players and angel. For example had a number of scholarships which is for across a football and has no he was thought and basketball teams using diamond dynamic athlete. Very fast very agile for tough. So they helped start at fort in history. I can go to names player anna team and what did contribute. It was just on blue chris. Cain mike french. Steve davis billy marino. Tommy marino the. It's a shame that i can't anymore be fair to keep you on area seventy one. I was on television is sponsored by. Wbal baltimore ocoee guns. Who's a mitchell horse actually came to cornell and we had off you in and bob rule and guts we made adventure to in nineteen seventy one day so mr god self has to jersey connecticut zawahri zone. So wonderful thrill. I had emotions about the maryland connection as i. Great loves from maryland and So i guess. I've been very lucky. You know coach. When i talk to your former players anyone involved with cornell they call you like the ultimate coach. They say like you check every box in an unbelievable leader of young men when you think of of you as a coach. What do you think your greatest strengths were. Greatest strength was hiring fantastic gorgeous. I worked for me so loyal accountability us tremendous. Then i players at what into use the word paltry aboard into the spirit and tradition of cornell across generally fans and alumni. Really come back and love this team. What team they were. Sure your love to cornell across broker. Each time i finish a conversation with a cornell ian or a player i always taught my love and it's thought it'd probably ten years ago when i did that. One time brooks proudly going back in by four minutes coach suggests i love you and there was a silence coach. Can't believe that. So i would say that they were. I strongest qualities. You know. I think of you saying that. Two year former players in when i talked to roy simmons gym coach. I tell him all the time. I love him. Because i do. And he was the best coach. I've ever played for and i tell people all the time like i. I didn't learn a ton of xs and os from coach. Tim's by learned like to believe in people and it had to be part of a team in had a be selfless in terms of just being part of a bigger picture. So i gotta ask you because you coached against him. And he's someone that i hold so dear to my heart. What was it like coaching against him all those years. Oh you know a great great admiration for.
Who’s the Preferred Match-up for Boston in the First Round of the Playoffs?
"What team is a better matchup for the Bruins. Maybe in terms of itself cuz I mean, let's be, let's be candid. You know, lead into this at either match is going to be tough, right? Either one of these ones, you're like, all right? Well, that's what it is, right. Is it thing though? Like, so I feel like the looming thing with capitals is that, you know, any team is going to play them is going to give the shit kicked out of them. But yes, you know, they're finishing their big team. They've got Tom Wilson, they've got Hathaway, they've got Dylan Char, all these, all these big guys, but I think you look at how you best exploit a team like that. It's easier than 14. Like the Bruins, what their strengths to land punches against a team like the capitals on the ice in terms of you know, the X's and O's and it is the Penguins. Now, Penguins may not be nearly as big but you look at just the way the Capitals defense is, you look at how Scholl they are on defense, how the Bruins right now especially up front, all of a sudden have all this speed in their line-up. I mean they've God Top six is the top six even though Richie Crowley coiler the physical track and wine, those guys can move, you know, really Sean Crowley is, you know, a very good skater and events or fourth line. Now. It might depend on the match of, you know, do you want to roll out debrusk and kacchan? The 4th Line? Or is that one we go with Lazar with Frederick and Wagner so that, that can change a little bit in terms of the max but you look at the, the, the defense of the capitals have. I mean, the Bruins average close to three, three point six goals per game, against the capitals. The only team that scored more goals against against Atlantic division. Foes our East Division, foes was the same Choice which makes sense, not surprising, but the fact that, yeah, the fact that, you know, Washington who has a slow defense who do not really have to lead goalies in that, which, I mean, I think the biggest equalizer for how much the cap wasn't given the Bruins trouble of these has been because of brain. Hopefully now you've got vanicek and samsonov two guys who don't really ski all that money. Trade. I just look at the matchups and what the Bruins are going to go up against. Yeah, you're going to get knocked around quite a bit but it's
Principles Of Success For A Lifetime: Going the Extra Mile
"The extra mile is the theme here. Going the extra mile is rendering more and better service than you are paid for with with a positive mental attitude about Iraq. And in fact, in thinking of Richie shortens, the positive mental attitude and refers to it as watching European. A so, I think that's interesting that there's two parts to this rendering more and better serve. But also with a positive mental attitude, feeling good about it. So, I wrote down just three, you know, thoughts from that one is the it's my pleasure attitude. And if you program yourself to always say, when somebody says, thank you to say. It's my pleasure, that reinforces your positive mental attitude, just by saying it. Even if you don't necessarily feel it subconsciously, you're going to start feeling it. But I'll tell you where you were reading that point where my mind went dead. In the extra mile is rendering the more and better service than you. You're paid for with a positive mental attitude that is a sort of, I guess a cousin to doing what you don't want to do when you don't want to do it the same level. But the last bit of are saying, is really where I think that success for it at the highest level, right? And so it's interesting when you are going through the process of learning something, when you're wanting to be really good at it, you can shown up, you can go through the motions. You can, you know, like say, for example, you're learning to pick up the phone and you're going to start a directly soliciting contacting proactively communicating with perspective sellers right home. And so a lot of you will, you know, load blade go through the actions of maybe forcing yourself to do it, you know, you'll go and you'll get the list, you'll start making the calls, you'll read the scripture, go through the process, but you're really not doing it with any sort of intensity. You really not doing it with the intention of helping people. Let alone setting a listing appointment and as a result, you don't get any results from it and maybe log, Have, you know, you're being forced to do it or course to do it. You keep on doing, you keep on doing it. And eventually, what's going to happen is you're going to make one call, you're going to feel a little bit different. Maybe the caffeine is hitting at the exact mileage when you're supposed to be asking. If the appointment then all of a sudden your energy levels going to take up a few notches. And all of a sudden you're gonna start feeling like, you know, you're you're really in tune with wanting to help this person, solve the problem with the house and all of a sudden you suck
Boston Bruins vs. Buffalo Sabres Highlights
"It three to that's your final 32 Bruins all the moments of the game brought to you by first jewelers. moments in your life go forth to Firth. We'll get our scoreboard check in a moment. But let's bring in Paul Hamilton, now with His thoughts here. Paul. It was there for the taking, and of really bad third period ruined it for him. Yeah, well, the Bruins were ahead for Three minutes and 50 seconds in that game. And that's it. They took the lead for the first time at the 16 10 mark. I hated the goal. I hated the place started with middle statues kind of waving it. It's Smith in the neutral zone is he went by very poor effort there. And I, you know you go into the zone Reaching and preachy Richie and creature outwork everybody. And the sabers air around. You heard Kyle Pole, So say you got five guys, basically where they're supposed to be. But by that time everybody staring at the park. Well, what What if I always talked about for how many years now Awareness And nobody has any clue that Smith jumped in there. So whether you call it bad luck, Bad bounces. Whatever you want to call it. I call it creature working hard in the crease, giving the puck out to Smith. There He is, by himself and everybody. Everybody park watching. And You know that That stuff wasn't happening in the 1st. 40 minutes. I mean, what did we talk about? At the end of the second intermission that You know you got it can't go into the third period and have the hope that Lena saw Mark's going to stand on his head. And get to the game He almost did. I mean, he faced 15 shots in the third period he gave up to go or you know that the two goals But still made 13 say's while the other kids stands at the other end, what does he have to do? He stands there and makes three saves.
Women Making A Difference In The Community
"Ladies. Thank you for joining me today here. Yeah it's great to get time to sit down with you guys you know. It seems like we were talking about before we jumped on. The schedules are crazy right now. It almost seems like it's busier now than it ever was before all running in different directions. So it's nice to get a few minutes to sit down and chat. I was wondering if we could jump in. And maybe start with you chris because There's a a very long history between our companies that may even go back and predate you some extent so back thirty plus years ago. My mom worked with richie on the It was his first location for believe it was everything. Yogurt won't think they landed on the staten island mall back. Then you know going back. Three decades plus and watching what you've grown into a several hundred acre amazing campus millions of square feet of hotel hospitality restaurants offices. What has it been like. You know being part of a team. That's grown so exponentially over the last thirty years. Well i've been so blessed to know. The nicole davis since nineteen ninety eight when i worked elsewhere awesome just i knew them as magnificent. Staten islanders and abso- impressed with them as business. People came to work with them in two thousand and eight. And since then i will say that they. They are wonderful business. People there magnanimous people. They're also great teachers. So james one of the things that's been such the the benefit that i can't list in the employee handbook is how much i've learned from them every single day since i started here If i'm being honest and candid nothing in my career or education would have would have said a perfect fit to work in real estate and hospitality. My degrees were in it But what they do is they have such vision. And i think going back to those everything yogurt days you could see it then in nineteen seventy six to say you know what the fast food market is missing healthy food back in the seventies when would to S food chain in. We have very limited offering. You wouldn't be getting a side salad. That's for sure but richard nicole tra- saw an opening in the market. And that really has been the thing that has been the game for them. So yes your mom was wonderful and finding you know working with them on that location for the mall. Their first location ever for their franchise was near wall street in manhattan So you know. The magnificent thing is to see them. Staten islanders with You know taking loans building a business through risk and hard work and building it to as you said a four hundred acre five hundred employees one and a half million square foot asset to our
Georgetown Hoyas Unlikely To Win Against Colorado
"Tell you right now. Much as i love patrick ewing as much as i love america's coach doing as much as i love my georgetown. Hoyas i think. I pretty much Solidify that if you listen to me if you listen to my podcast especially the last podcast. That you know i am a devotee. I am a cult member. Follower of the georgetown holiest basketball program with the reason but even i had to be realistic to know that their chances against colorado too good not very good still remember. This is a team that had to win the big east tournament to get to the ncaa tournament so Not i mean. I don't know expectations. i don't know. I didn't think they'd get past villanova so i don't know i don't know everything right now is gravy with georgetown. So you know what if they beat. Colorado a man. I'll be dancing in the street. Mcmartin vendettas if they make it to the sweet sixteen. Be dancing on the ceiling. Lionel richie but I'm realistic in the fact that a pretty good chance decent chance strong shantha dilute
Scott Disick Says Sofia's Relationship Ultimatum Caused Split
"Let's get into the car dash in sofia. Richie had a wild ultimatum. In case you missed it. During the season premiere of keeping up with the kardashians scott revealed that sophia forced him to choose between her. In courtney i thought i would give it a try and make her more of a priority. But then even when doing that. I feel like she just started wanting to like push courtney out and she was like. I don't want to share you as a boyfriend with courtney and then. She literally said with an ultimatum. You have to choose me. Or courtney and courtney is coordination my kids. It's a unit a package deal. And i said i was like. How could you even want that for me. Talk about us ridiculous in which is ridiculous to ask me to choose between me and your ex when the kids connected to the. I'm gonna take advocate it. Because normally i agree with you however one of the i was watching the show last night and it is true that kevin then brought up really good points. And even chris saying it's they're not your usual x.'s. right they take trips together or sofia's on And they do a lot together with each other more often than the average. And if i with the guy for three years not like three months three years and you're still not inviting me to certain family events and i'm not feeling as though i'm welcomed into this family unit that you have. I guess some type of wet. I may not put down ultimate them and say it's her or me but i may say you need to start making me more comfortable and inviting me or more. I know you're just gonna invite me. He just gonna invite me out
Where Estate Planning and Social Inequality Meet
"I'm richie philanthropy. Jesse vice admiral flint pod. Chris miller and today our guests are laurel and riley carbone kern founders of tall grass estate. Planning their goal was to create a different kind of law firm when they're reaches out to people who are routinely overlooked traditional law firms or people who are hesitant to work with traditional law firms we talked to riley in laurel about social justice through estate planning the lord of the rings and why everyone needs estate planning even sar on the deceiver enjoy. We are very excited. Have riley and laurel kaduna kern from tall grass estate. Planning on the podcast today. Hello both of you view. Elo mainly grits. Thank you welcome. Mo- more popular of the two of us. I would say it's all the incheon. Listen we fight over the attention. That's always been our problem. And i relate to. That aren't i don't have to fight for our listeners. They're going to be asking this point why we are having an estate. Planning company on the podcast. So we'll start with the most basic question which is how is estate planning social justice issue. I recognize that estate. Planning sounds like feels like smells like the most untold listed whitebread topic. Anyone has ever thought about. We are as spicy as as yes manny's however we are grateful to be able to do a fair amount of pro bono low bono work and we see in that practice a number of things pop up like over and over and over again people who their grandparents great grandparents own a piece of property and then didn't know about estate planning and so now they're in a situation where like fifteen people own it To be able to like apply for grants for certain things they would need to track all of down or pay for a quiet title action. It should be something that is giving them wealth insecurity but instead it's costing them money to have this asset and if you know what state planning is if you're willing to hear about it and learn about it It can really enhanced generational wealth for for non. Just you know middle class. America or or upper class market but like literally everyone. And that's why it's so important to us to help. People understand estate. Planning is for every single person. The the misconception is that estate planning is about figuring out who gets your stuff when you die and there's a whole lot of people who look at their lives and think i don't have stuff so who cares That's that's a wrong understanding of what it is. It's really just about making sure that the right people are in control at the right times of the right things and what we see your your question about it. Being a social justice issue is that there are massive disparity in who plans for that kind of control and because all of us no matter. What our demographic Racial status religious status nationality cetera. All of us are subject to losing that control because of disability and death because of the disparity in who plans there's also a disparity generational wealth and the influence political influence financial prosperity. That come along with that so over generations you see the disparity linked to you know we think of as as a as a pretty clear as one example reinforcement of systemic racism. Disproportionately people who have large amounts of money are larger. Amounts of money are thinking about doing estate planning right. It has occurred to them. Hey i should probably do a power return. He get a trust in place right but the reason that they're doing that planning the things that they see may be happening down the down the line in their lives and being possible. Those things are possible for every single person regardless of how much you have but if you have a plan in place it's gonna affect your life and your loved ones a lot differently than if you don't have that planning in place
"richie" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"Do you do the economy's changed. Jobs are not as prevalent as they. Once were in many people report. Their businesses are down as much as seventy five percent. Is this the right time to start something new or is that just a stupid idea. Well let's hope it's a stupid idea because today that's what we're talking about how powerful it is to start something stupid with the author of the book the power of starting something stupid. My friend marketing impact academy alumni. Richie norton well richie. Thank you so much for joining me today. I'm really excited to do this. You just the finest person in the world. Oh man you're the best an honor. I've been waiting my whole life for this very moment right now. I know for real though. I love you so much. I know you're asking me questions yet. But i've done mia. i've been there. I've followed you've taught me everything i know. Everything i say is straight from you just coming through my mouth. I dunno honestly so grateful for you. And what what you do for the world. Oh my gosh check is in the mail amazing because like literally this week. I have a hard copy of your book but for some reason. I bought a kindle this week and i'm just like oh my gosh this is so inspirational. There's so much of that. I need the world to hear right now because now more than ever i think people are really starting to realize nothing is certain d- i have to be in control of my own destiny and there's so little that i can count on that. Maybe now is the time that i considered like doing my own thing. It's sort of and you're just really motivate people to do that. Yeah you always had that kind of spirit you know. I don't know even as a kid my mom would encourage me and but also encourage my own willingness to try and help other people like the kid that no one else likes. You know i'd go and hang with that guy you know what i mean. I guess that's in my nature but as far as it into things that serve people enter. Entrepreneurial i mean i grew up with that by dow is entrepreneur. My grandpa was an entrepreneur. So he kind of taught me to think in different ways you know and so. I don't know if it's innate or learned but i've definitely been doing it for a while let's are the people who struggle with it right because we both work with those types of individuals now and i mean in the intro. People got to hear about how vast your experiences like. You're one of those guys who knows something about freaking every word making it up as a but there's i find that there's two different types of people those people who are like the really down to experiment to fail and it's like it's just not a big deal. They don't even think twice about it. They just leave. They jump to go for it. The hardest people for me. I feel like to reach in the ones that. Keep me up late at night. I suspect this is probably true for you to are those people who are so paralyzed by perfection. The ones who worry endlessly about is the right thing. Is this the right time warner people are gonna think what if i'm doing this wrong and i just i don't have that gene and i know you don't either but tell me about those people who you've worked with that maybe when you first working with them like how did you help them to break through that mentality. 'cause i know there's people listening right now that's that's me my hands are up to. How do you break through that. Okay this is my head spinning always examples but let me back up real quick lake. There's the voices that are outside that we hear there's the voice in her head that we hear and we tend to actually the had a lot. We also start to filter the voices of others almost in a way to say what we want them to hear. Even if it's negative someone might say like you're saying goes out of business and they here. Yeah but that's not for me. No no that's not what she leans set that it is for you. I remember i was sixteen years old. I wanted to make some money. I told my dad. I wanna make some money in the summer. We'll get like a minimum wage job. Picking up trash at like the local carnival. Or whatever i was going to do. He said worst add ever. He says you don't want to. Who says that he said no. I'm from san diego. He's he's a go to el centro and ask the watermelon farmers if you can either irregular sized watermelons from them that they couldn't sell to the stores because they're oddly shaped and i'm like okay. He gave me a little bit of seed money so to speak and filled up our family. The antic out the seats with these water mounts me and my brother. I was sixteen. Fourteen came back. Call up all my friends. parents said. Hey guys watermelons. It's almost the fourth of july. Do you want to buy them. They said yes. Probably its climate kid and whatever. I'll tell you what i learned from this process. I made more money in one day on the fourth of july. Then i would made the entire summer. Working minimum wage is what entrepreneurship learnable skill. It's just that sometimes we're not getting the right voices. We're not listening to the right people or filtering those voices in a way. That doesn't serve us about that. Filtering process like so. Do people know that they're filtering. How do you change the filter right. So we're filtering. It's like cognitive bias. Like we all. Let's yeah yeah. no it's true. Let's play with that for a second like you mentioned people who procrastinate and a lot of people associate the whole chapter my book on procrastination i've studied a procrastinator myself and people associate procrastination laziness when in reality the trait most associated. You can google stuff. People don't believe me the trait most associated with procrastination is immediacy. And you have to always do something right now.
"richie" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast
"So, I don't know if you can speak to that or anything similar with your experiences because we are also like quiet people. We knew everybody or friendly with everybody but I think it's easy to get lulled into situations where than after an outside perspective is likes your name one way or another. Incognito is an asshole nod or Martin should have done this or he you know he's lying. Up to tell yeah I I'm sure there's a whole lot of gray area to it may have been something like that where they made in friends at the beginning or maybe they were friends but. You know. Martin kind of. Like he's I kind of grew grew apart. And That changed everything but. Without being in there like I think I know what you're saying and I in our friend group growing up there were a few people that I. was less. Than thrilled with. Fully J if you're listening. You may bear on listeners I don't really WanNa talk. But, yeah. No I think I think if you're looking at it from the outside. Especially, if you're a passive person to which it seems Jonathan Martin may have been. Even if you're, what was he six, four, three, hundred pounds. Like that you still like inside still have that thing. We're just GONNA go along with whatever they say and. Because Richie Incognito is the pro bowler and the the leader of this team. You use going to go along with what he says in. If he says, you guys are friends and your friends, and unless like something changes you know, yeah and perhaps his Harvard educated parents may have opened his eyes to some of what was going on as well. True. Yeah. Like the media response to it all. The. Media is kind of what you'd expect I. Mean maybe it's changed a little bit since then. But you know if the headline is. God Neto drops and word and. Blah Blah Blah. About team. You know it was all like high level stuff. No one really. Out into the weeds of of like trying to look at the actual context of the stuff that was. Trying to get people to click on their article.
"richie" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast
"You don't know what I mean so I'm wondering As we continue talking about I'm curious was or they friends or was it a situation that like Jonathan never liked opened up and like defended himself and was like dude shut up or if you actually was his buddy, they talk like that because obviously, we all have friends that we say stupid shit with each other and it's not necessarily personally offensive maybe to other people. But I'm curious like were they buddies or was it a situation that it look like they're buddies and he's like fuck this guy. Yeah I mean that's A. That's a pretty interesting take I. Mean I think I think I understand. You could argue that he really does have a certain amount of power over Martin, right? Because he's He's a pro bowl there. He's during the law ground. That's a really good point. There's definitely. So I actually pulled out some text from the text thing that I thought was kind of like. Because most of the talk is not serious at all right. They're not actually discussing real problems in it is shooting the Shit. So it's Kinda hard to get a read on that of. A what would happen if Jonathan Martin says hey, listen like My sister. Yeah I'm having a real problem or you know I feel press I'm in yeah. I'm in the dumps this week stuff like that. Did you attacks where he was more personable. Thing whether it's supposed to go to Vegas and like. Richie was like giving him shit. Yeah you gotTA bring. Six thousand dollars you know because you're the rookie still this and that and Martin says man I just can't justify the Vegas trip with what I've been dealing with recently. Let me know if I owe you anything for the room and Richie said it's all good. Let me know if you need anything. Which I thought was. Considering, the text leading up to that where was like fuck you you pussy that one seemed like a all right like he gets it. You know that's a Bros Techs right there right? Exactly. There is one where. I'm at Grad. This is still kind of shooting the ship, but he says. Richie says what's up Pussy I love you. Hashtag, bipolar relationship. There's one about getting a girl pregnant to. I don't think I pulled it out, but basically he was like you know if you. G Like have sex with that girl last night. And he's like Oh. Here it is. Did you get some chick pregnant I'll help i. hope you offer if that's the case. which again, like a bit tongue in cheek, but it's kind of like okay yeah. On Your team type of thing. So I mean it's it's kind of hard to get a read on what they would. If they had serious stuff going on were quick question Greg. How many hours of reading was all these text messages? I was like a half hour..
"richie" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast
"Sounds awesome. Sounds. Awesome. Think of that but you that. Because, he's guys off season they decide going out to these bars getting Mike the best treatment they can do whatever they want. MIAMI. It's unbelievable. So it kind of give you a sneak peek into like, Hey, what's actually going on in these players lives? No. In the offseason which I thought was pretty interesting. I'll get to some of the quotes and a little bit because some of it's funny. I just pulled out a few of them but so another thing that. Kind of supports incognito When it all went down a lot of the dolphins players actually came out and defended Richie. So you know the media went interviewed every single player on that team and almost. A. Lot of people said, no comment but a few people were saying. Listen like these guys are best friends. And I don't I don't agree with this. Accusation of bullying basically there, there were more forward than I thought people would be. So I read a quote from. L. Actually quarterback speaking yeah. He said if you would ask John Martin a week a week before who is best friend on the team was he would have said Richie incognito the first guy to stand up for Jonathan when anything went down on the field any kind of tussle richie the first guy there when they wanted to hang out outside of football who was together Richie and Jonathan. So I mean that's pretty forward. But. Here's the. Throw this out there. 'cause you know. A. Lot of this stuff pops up even with like the like the Harvey Weinstein stuff like the his his trial the like big. Defense had on his side was that were after these allegations whatever might have happened that These his victims would continue a relationship with them or or reach out to him or be very cordial or whatever. Now, obviously, like you know he's he's not. A guy of power whatever. So it's a little different situation in like teammates but what I'm what I'm thinking is so I'm not gonNA say any names but I mean you guys would know what I'm talking about Andy for sure but in growing up You know I definitely know that I hung out with some people that maybe like you how do you meet people? Right? You're in a class together you like have smacks seventy together and you're just like hanging out all the time. And Progresses with your circle of friends and as years go on whatever and so certain dynamics happening and I can see it for myself. There have been people that a Mike Oh this person's my friend there. Cool whatever. But like I, don't feel that great when I'm like whip them. Just kinda like it's Kinda feels like shit or whatever. It's to the point where as you get older you change 'cause I was kind of like quiet when I was younger. But then as I got older I was like fuck nece I I'm GonNa say what I wanted and I felt like nothing matters anyway whatever flush it so as I started vocalizing. It changes the dynamic. Like Oh, wait a minute I thought we were this and now you're like acting this way pisses me off type of thing. But a lot of times I felt like I hung out with people were like. You know if I piss them off, I was like dude, just like shut up, leave me alone. They might set your house on fire..
"richie" Discussed on Electrum Radio
"Should call him we. Should you know what column I can do that? You can do this. Watch this right here. Shot see I don't edit but I do pose bomber polls in Bosnia. All right. We got Tattoo Richie on phone. Oh Lord now now now just say Daniel. We just policy that we did not edit nothing right. That's right okay. Just so we know. But we've got Richie facetime SEV- honey. Oh my God he's cutting out. What can you? What are you drinking? Michelob light ultra are you. Are you working right now? He doesn't water. Okay are you okay? We'll talk about that in a minute. We've got more more pressing things to talk about more pressing things to talk about so we're GONNA turn without Body Okay. So we've got old child you you get your glasses. Take your actually just okay. I need you to be still there. Because you're cutting out because I mean you don't be fucking podcast. Don't we mentioned it up? Okay so so asked Daniel what you asked me to ask him making so much noise asked Daniel what you asked me to ask him about his his film days his filming days. Yeah so what is your infatuation with this. We're trying to figure out what your infatuation with Daniels winner is. Did you say anything? You want to just know that. You're.
"richie" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Carly and Richie just threw caution the women they basically became the life of the party wedding when people up from their tables on the dance floor for bombing dozens of pictures in the entire night they managed to avoid the bride and groom so they wouldn't get thrown out that's a tough part a single wedding is you got to stay away from the bride and groom the two people that know that you're not supposed to be there but yeah it's like maybe they're a cousin I don't know that they did their work right they didn't ruin the wedding they made it better because you always want someone to get out on the dance floor first and start the party and then you have to be the center of attention but also hired for the right time that's all they did for you just be like food four year old nieces the entire it's a tough line but they didn't leave without a wedding gift because a wedding crasher knows that you need to leave a present no matter what because you just got a free party out of the deal yeah for a year probably very expensive getting married so they put together a makeshift card that said congratulations sorry for crashing your wedding and best of luck admitted in the card that's all and they attached a one dollar bill to the card calling it a block for lack okay well cheap but I like the sudden sense of it shortly after coming back from the honeymoon the married couple started looking through their wedding pictures and realize the trend Carly and Richie were in a lot of different photos and they had no idea who this mystery couple was so that has the wedding party in the wedding party just said we thought they were friends of yours for I don't know the wedding couple thought it was hilarious actually that happen to them they weren't mad at all so their story to social media and it quickly went viral before long a TV station in New York interview them and the married couple asked for the wedding crashers to come forward what would you do it though it's like your first that was your first date like what if you haven't got on the second date or what if you're trying to go with this guy and suddenly you're being called out on national media to come forward with them yeah and you're like I really want the attention of a national TV show right now because I like the attention and I guess I'm gonna have to stop and a few days later Carly energy contacted them through Facebook and apologized again and now the wedding couple says we just hope the crash or stay together long enough so we can Sunday crashed their wedding.
"richie" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast
"Well thank you richard richard richie for being on for being willing to do this. I know you've just been giving seminars for two hours so one more is is very much appreciated but any final thoughts anything that you really wish wish pastors new or wanna leave them with our regarding appeals on evangelistic sermons giving them giving them and bathe yourself as i said before prayer. Ask god to help you get those. Invitations and lives will be changed. Lives will be changed so keep giving them the more you do it. The easiest becomes yeah. I think has pastors were not in the information. Business were in the incarnation business and the incarnation carnation is when the word becomes flesh and when when someone steps forward you know the bible says that that that without works faith is dead dead so when you make an appeal you're giving an opportunity for that faith to come alive for the word become flesh in that person's life so so ask ask for decisions. Ask for movement ask for people to come forward and and get those appeals impression without expression lead to depression russian. I think it's important that opportunity for the individual awesome well. Thank you guys so much for being on the podcast. This has been a great conversation. I've learned a lot as as well and and some new things to apply to my own ministry and preaching so thank you guys so much for what you're doing. We'll be praying for you as you continue doing ministry where you are and and richard with your transition as well and blessing to you and thank you so much pledge you hey guys. Thanks so much for listening into the league podcast. My name is ryan becker. I'm one of the co host and producer of this podcast and we really appreciate your support. If you want subscribe then you can find us on itunes stitcher any any of your favorite podcasting apps and if you do subscribe on itunes than we just ask you please leave a review that really helps us out to know what we can do better and the things that you are already the enjoying the things that we can continue doing make sure you do subscribe and leave a review because we're always doing giveaways in that really. That's the way that we do. Is we do it for those who have left a review. If you have any comments questions or feedback for the show you can email us lead s._u. Podcast at gmail.com or you can find us on twitter roger hernandez at lead s._c._u. and myself at ryan one eight zero becker. Thank you guys so much for listening in supporting without you. This is not possible. We'll see you next time uh-huh.
"richie" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast
"Never stopped appealing to me to to surrender my life to him. Jesus never stopped. I've been. I've heard the holy spirit called the hound of heaven constantly pursuing us. It's appealing to us. And throughout my life. When i was when i had completely just turn my back on god and people who've experienced this and we all have to a certain level. God never stopped appealing for us bringing us that point of. Hey come back you know come home come home and and and and so. That's why i do it because god recaptured. My heart through appeals and using earthly vessels to make appeals and so. I want to give that opportunity. I wanna give the holy spirit every excuse possible to reach a person to me. The greatest greatest news is being redeemed by the born of trikes. So if i can. I can relate to people and let them know them going through the same struggles. They're going through. But but this victory here at the cross of calvary is victory as we come forward as we surrendered him. No it's nothing in the beginning of a process. He on the good work in your life. But he's not finished is going to continue to work on the on your heart. Until when he comes in the clouds of glory. So it's to me where we relate to people and we're going through the central it to me it god's working with me while he wants my salvation and to me. It's a joy to be able to to give solely Thank you for sharing that. That was was ryan. Thank you for your authenticity. Richie as well. What are some. Maybe maybe you can share. Just one kind of a standout moment. That you've had when preaching evangelistic sermon whether it was someone who responded whether it was during the appeal itself something like that. Something related to the evangelistic sermon. A stand up moment you've had in your ministry well. It was when an older couple was the first people and the only people that came forward of a church that i had been pastoring. They had been coming to this church for many many years. And they made a decision to be baptized. You know when you make a baptismal appeal you often expect some of the younger people to come forward and some different people to come forward but this was a. This was a eighty year old couple. That came forward. That had never been baptized. And it just blew me away and it really taught me that we should never you know. You can't judge a book by its covers. You never know who's ready made to make the decision and you just gotta ask. And so from that day forward i said i don't care who i'm preaching to who i'm talking to. There's someone there that that is ready to make a decision for god and so now i always make sure i i ask was an experience i had a meeting in the was in oregon and They would come an older couple coming out to my meetings in and i had the privilege of the baptize mccain fold invitation had given and i began told him what would happen. You know so when these meetings started we had we wing for divorce papers. Come in the mail and we'd villa so we could sign him and get out of the lesson to separate and we said well. Let's let's get a chance to go out to these meetings. And they came every single night than had the privilege of bringing watery grave. Baptism bring them up again and they shared with me. The reason one had happened how they decided to come out and it save their marriage and then it became leaders in the church. Forget that experience. Transformation wow And i you know where i was. Recently pastoring i was pastoring mostly mostly retirees and had as as a young guy. I'm twenty five now. But when i entered twenty three and i had all these misconceptions and they quickly weekly disproved them and so yeah absolutely. So you mentioned. Richard some some reading books on alter calls and things what are some. What are some resources or books For passers who are looking to do more appeals or learn more about them that you would recommend what i think. There are books that are out there. I remember the office right now. But they give all trickles. I've ever had several but also going to various churches baptist churches where they do. A lot of these appeals and different other churches and listen to these different congregations in these black congregations. A powerful preaches give invitations. And what have you get. You can pick a little bit here. Pick up a little bit there but go to many churches around with a give multiples with again invitations and you can learn a lot and learn a lot. I think that's the key you know. Maybe we grew up in a culture where we didn't see a lot of those happened in our church. And i think that's so key is some other churches you know we can learn from our other brothers and sisters In in in the christian church we can learn from the baptist we can learn from the methodist we can learn from We have even learned from the pentecostals on on making appeals in reaching people. And so i think going to different churches visiting to see how different people make. Those appeals ki ki I know that Timothy keller has a has a book on preaching. I finished up not too long ago. And and he touches on making appeals. And and it's just the that that's a great resource that i have found as far as on making making decisions and asking for decisions. Wiggins is the at advance individual when it was a minister in evangelism and The erode wrote a book is powerful on using psychology in given appeals and it was an awesome and so to our listeners. I'll do some research and we'll get we'll get links to all those books in the episode descriptions. All you need to do is look at that and you can tap them from your phone Well thank you. Richard and ritchie for being on for being willing to do this. I know you've just been giving seminars for two hours. So one more is is very much appreciated but Any final thoughts anything that you really wish pastors new or wanna leave them. With regarding appeals and evangelistic sermons. You giving them you giving them and bathe yourself as i said before in prayer. Ask god to help you get those invitations and lives will be changed. Wives will be changed so keep giving them the more you do it the easier it becomes. Yeah i think has pastors. Were not in the information business. Were in the incarnation business. And the incarnation is when the word becomes flesh and when when someone steps forward you know. The bible says that that that without works faith is dead so when you make an appeal you giving an opportunity for that faith to come alive for the word to become flesh in that person's life so ask ask for decisions for movement. Ask for people to come forward and give those jobs impression without expression lead to depression. So i think it's important that opportunity for the individual awesome. Well thank you guys so much. For being on the podcast. This has been a great conversation. I've learned a lot as well. And some new things to apply to my own ministry and preaching so. Thank you guys so much for what you're doing. We'll be praying for you as you continue doing ministry where you are and and richie with your transition as well and Yeah blessings to you and thank you so much. Hey guys thanks so much for listening to the lead. Podcast my name is ryan becker. I'm one of the co host and producer of this podcast. And we really appreciate your support if you want to subscribe. Then you can find us on itunes stitcher any of your favorite pod catching apps and if you do subscribe on itunes than we just ask you. Please leave a review. That really helps us out to know what we can do. Better and the things that you are already enjoying the things that we can continue doing. Make sure you do subscribe and leave a review because we're always doing giveaways and that really. That's the way that we do it. Is we do it for those. Who have left a review. 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"And when the host does work it's gonna touch lives. I think the key you know. I think it's to be honest with people in your giving an appeal. It's not a reflection on you if no one came forward. It's not a vow. Gee it's not now you know an and when we worry about those thoughts and we're not getting honest with people. I have had appeals where no one came forward and. I don't want to manipulate a decision. Absolutely i want people to be real. And so i'm real with them and i'll say you know what. Hey nobody made the decision to come forward. But i know some people have made a decision right there where you are. Praise the lord for that. And and i've just used that as a way to segue into a prayer and i'll say you know we're going to have more opportunities in the future. Where maybe. I'll give you an into invitation to come forward. Maybe you didn't wanna come forward but you made a decision when you're leaving today. Connect with me. Let me know what your decision is. So that i can celebrate that decision with you. Wow that's really good. So how do you actually. How do you there. There's some pastors who'd never put together an appeal. Never written a specific evangelistic sermons when we talk about an appeal. How do you construct it. What are the elements of that appeal. What are the questions you're asking. What are the prompts. The invitations that kind of thing was the most important thing is when you're putting together your sermon than their strong points. Throughout we're we're making appeal to the heart and we need appeal to motions in. It's important sometimes. You know the all the emotions. The jesus worked on emotions it all decisions that that had come follow me on officials of men come follow me and But again i think the important thing is is that You let them know that. Jesus christ as a wants to change their life and transform your life that they. But i think there are certain things that you need to apply in your service strong illustration at the end something personal in your life that can relate to the people we always want to try to relate to the people not place a selves above the people will be on singer overseen seem level at the foot of the cross. Yeah so. I think it's important that we let individuals know that and i've gone through some struggles but i'm front amok your front today because i need those those. I need to make my decision for jesus to and so. I think it helps a lot to building sermon. A stroll appeal at the end. It will come hard. Yeah i think that you know what i did was. I listened to probably a thousand different preachers and then making appeals. While i listened to him i would watch them. And you know we need to learn from each other and i would glean something from someone away that they would present it a way that they would talk i mean even the inflection of their tone in their voice i would study it and obviously make it my own but learn from people who had done that learn from people who would you know. Seen fruit from their appeals. So i think that's an important thing we can learn from each other and you know what there's an also we learn by doing it. You know my best lessons have come from what i've tried to do. Something and i fell flat on my face. And i decided well. Maybe i should do this next time. And and just really trusting in the lord when when you leave the the security of the pulpit or the stand or whatever you have there and you leave the notes or whatever you have and you step down off of that stage yourself. you know. it's always this kind of point of vulnerability where lord this is. This is your time to shine. You gotta step in. I'm stepping out of the way you stop in. And i'm telling you god's never not answered that prayer when i when i've stepped down to let him step in it's it's the holy spirit's job to convict. That's why he was gonna keep in mind that the host birds going to convict those you. Who wants to convict time. You want to commit so again. We we allow the holy spirit to do. Its work and i think it will do that. God does work hearts hartson. So what we've touched on this. A bit with with appealing a appeals to emotion. And i know there's even. I've i've wrestled with this personally to where the criticism that comes from outside the church and sometimes inside the church's you're emotionally manipulating people with the music or this or that So talk to me about mental versus. Emotional appeals talking about some of the misconceptions that that you've experienced or seen and how we can kind of get past this idea. I think i think the reality is. We cannot separate mental from the emotion every day of our lives. We make more of our decisions on emotions than we do on on on on mental decisions. I mean you think you know from from everything that we do. We are emotional creatures. So we can't disconnect that from the appeal You can connect with someone mentally but if you don't connect with emotionally they'll never respond so emotional connection is key and so yes do can can have people been maybe manipulate manipulative in the past absolutely But i think we avoid that. In just being honest being real a sharing a little bit of our own vulnerability But appealing to those emotions if people would not come forward if they did not want to come forward. There's just too many verses in the bible that says you know pulses the things that i should do. I don't do the things. I you know i shouldn't do. I do we naturally pull away from doing the right thing so if we ever make a decision to to come forward or anything like that. It's proof that god is already working dynamically in the person's life motion. We used a lot when you're dating use a lot of motion absolutely us the motion dating do when you want things to get done us emotion so i really believe i think we see it. Throughout the scriptures old tests new testament and emotion were taught alcohol t- between two opinions. Be lord or him avail. Follow him uh. So we find those both old testament vedder. That emotion comes into play. And i and. I think it's fair. I agree with you just just. It is something that i definitely struggled with but absolutely agree with what you're saying Sometimes from the outset on the surface things can seem one way but really they. It's a completely different thing. So i appreciate that response So what would you say to to pastors. Who hate doing appeals. Who don't like them at all can't stand him. Don't wanna do him to want any any part of them. What would you say to them. Pray gray pray. Some more god will give you that ashen to give invitations to read books. Books out that of individuals on on articles read on it. Study more about. But but i believe if you call to ministry you call to give invitations and so i think the biggest thing is in the more you do it the becomes in the mall. Funded is because you're seeing lives change. Yeah i don't. I mean i would say if i'm honest of a lot of the invitations i have given. I didn't really wanna give moon. God says give it. You know it's not about you. Richie and so. I don't think anybody who gives an altar call or invitation just as yes. I get to make that today. And i think if they did. Maybe you know that. I'd be a little weary that person but there is this element where you are becoming vulnerable. You're putting yourself out there. But i i will say this. The most fulfilling times i've ever experienced ministry is when i did something maybe i didn't wanna do but i did it and god stepped in in a mighty way and learn from those experiences. That's right we will learn. Well i know what. I'm not going to do next under did this time. Yeah rotation so we learn more times we do. It will come with it. That's right and so we learned from our experiences. But what. We're the god has called us to do. So what mel. Let's let's go personal here. What is doing appeals. Doing evangelistic sermons. What what what do you think that has taught you. God you know i. of course i've shared my testimony. You know. I struggled with addiction for years and God.
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"Back to the lead podcast. I'm ryan beck dc. Three in tennessee with richard halverson and richie halverson. And i'm really excited. Have both of them here. Father and son duo And we're gonna talk today about appeals evangelism in evangelistic sermons. Thank you guys for being here. let's go ahead and just start with you. Richard bunch you tell us about yourself and where you are currently spent probably thirty five years in public evangelism pastoral ministry Right now i'm retired from union but i Contract out hold. Evangelistic meetings live in florida and my my passion is solely awesome and richie so recently Became the senior pastor of the beaumont hills summit avenue church been here for about amman and done church planting evangelism church planting director for a couple of years in gulf states and and god bless to the planting of several churches and just on a lot of evangelism and a pastor for the past ten years so god is good at a passion for souls got married for twenty years. I've got four four kiddos and it keeps us pretty busy. Oh yeah. I believe absolutely. So let's let's kinda jump right and talking about evangelistic sermons and appeals. I from from the outset. How do you. How would you approach in evangelistic sermon. Whether it's writing at or preparing to preach it obeys myself rare bertha guy drippy. What exactly that. I should say into how i should give the appeal so i think the key thing is we have the bay ourselves prayer that god will touch hearts and lives as we give that up. He'll yeah the prepare factor is is so important as my dad mentioned to be praying to be preparing our heart to step out in faith and knowing that we're going to ask people for a decision. Evangelistic sermons or sermons. That i mean really every sermon. I believe should be an evangelistic sermon where we are asking people to make a decision. We are appealing to them. Whatever that may be To take a stand up for god to to rededicate their life to maybe you know give a little bit more of worry to god and trust in him you know we should always be bringing people to that point of giving more of their life over to god absolutely an agree more with that so so let's let's now shift to the end of the sermon. We're doing an appeal. Walk us through the mechanics. The the actual. What do i do with an appeal. All the way from from the sermon to the follow up. Most pausing remember twos at a as you prepared for that coal you you wanna make sure that you have a soul. That's going to be able to play a strong appeal soul or or music dole. Ill work on the heart. And then what. I do is Ah give the imitation out there. Maybe it's specific. Try to clarify make it. Specific dismal baptism will re baptism only professional faithfuls three main areas. That aisle extend a call to. And we'll see how they responded. I usually stepped down. And i give the invitation. I have those who've come it just to keep their eyes towards the alternate and the i begin share maybe couple of promises with them in hell heaven rejoices over the decision a heaven so excited throwing a party for right now because of the decision of following jesus all the way and then i open it later up. Maybe it depends how many come forward to those. Maybe wanna rededicate their lives to cries but they're all important decisions for people to make and We gotta do as we learned the value of silver. Jesus ill make us give those kohl's more often absolutely and reggie what what about you. What are the mechanics of From appeal to follow up that that you kind of follow so one of the things that i did at my previous church is and a lot of churches do it but to really create the conditions for every sabbath making an appeal on a decision as my dad's shared was music is so key and i had a where my pianist or guitarist musician always knew when i was beginning to Wrap up the message and they would start to play softly in the background. you know. Music is a powerful communicator. And so they'll start to play music. And then i'll start to really bring people's attention to the cross you know you begin with the cross. The middle should be the cross and the end should be the cross and you keep up lifting. Jesus i am lifted up. I will draw people onto myself and so i i keep bringing their is back to calvary and then i invite them to make a decision to whether it speed to come forward stand up raise their hand or whatever it may be in the quietness of their own heart. Make a decision and so and then the follow up his after people have made a decision is to get with them right after the appeal. I'm going to have a special prayer for them. And i'm going to also seal that decision going to just confirm with them. You've made a decision for baptism. Praise the lord and then we already start talking about when we can make that happen We wanna follow up right away. Don't want to set a date. See let decision that date so that they can look forward to always of towards the. Yes yes this is the day were setting up and this is gonna want you to be baptized. We would love to work it out with you. I think it's important to when they see the passion in your your voice that you concern where they spend eternity which is the most important thing we really care about him. That's we're always spurs movie on the horse. So i i know this is this is. I've heard this fear expressed by a lot of pastors. I've been in the room where this has happened I've been the one that this has happened to before to how there are moments you give an appeal. Your everything seems like you set it up right or maybe everything just went wrong and no one came forward. No one responds. How do you deal with those those moments. It's easy to rag on yourself or to fall back in. So how'd you bounce back from those. How do you respond to. Those moments will one way to to help that. Some come is the you may have some individuals may decisions already. You know planning on baptism or planning on this leader so i encourage him before. That appeals you. Know the you want to strengthen your decision for jesus and you may help someone else come forward. Why don't you come full it when we give invitation so it helps already to break the ice and then of course i have my wife and my children are given to come forward. And they'll break the ice as vote but it's true. The biggest part of giving kohl's is the waiting waiting waiting. Well we don't allow the holy spirit to do. Its work.
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"Welcome to the lead podcast helping you to get it. Grow it and give it and guys welcome back to the lead podcast. I'm ryan beck a._c. Three in tennessee with richard halverson and richie halverson and i'm really excited have both of them here father and son duo and we're going to talk today about appeals and evangelism in evangelistic sermons. Thank you guys for being here. <hes> let's go ahead and just start with you. Richard launch you tell us about yourself and where you are currently spent a probably thirty five years in public evangelism in pastoral ministry <hes> retied from mozart union but i <hes> contract contract out hold you live in florida and my ashes soldini awesome and richie so recently tinley <hes> became the senior pastor of the beaumont hills summit avenue church been here for about a month and done church planting evangelism was the church planting director for a couple of years in gulf states and and god bless to the planting of several churches and just on a lot of evangelism and pastor for the past has ten years so god is good atta passion for souls got married for twenty years. I've got four four kiddos and keep us pretty busy easy. Oh yeah i believe it absolutely so let's let's kinda jump right and talking about evangelist experiments and appeals i from from the outset how do you how would as you approach an evangelistic sermon. Whether it's writing or preparing to preach it obeys myself rare expert expert guidance <unk> exactly that i should say into our should give the appeal. I think the key thing is we have the bay ourselves prayer that god will touch hearts arts allies as we give that up yeah the the <unk> hair factor is is so important as as my dad mentioned to be praying to be preparing our heart to step out in faith and knowing that we're going to ask people for decision cassandra listrik sermons or sermons that i mean really every sermon i believe should be an evangelistic sermon where we are asking people to make a decision asia. We are appealing to them. Whatever that may be <hes> to take a stand up for god to to rededicate their life to maybe you you know get a little bit more of worry to god and trust in him. You know we should always be bringing people to that point of giving more of their life over to god absolutely an agree agree more with that so so let's let's now shift to the end of the sermon when we're doing an appeal walks through the mechanics the the actual cool. What do i do with an appeal all the way from from the sermon to the follow up mo supporting remember twos at a as you prepared for that call you you want to make sure that you have a soul and that's going to be able to play a strong appeal soul or or music. Ill work on the heart and then what i do is i give the mutation out there. Maybe it's specific. Try to clarify specific. <unk> baptism will re baptism only professional faithless the three main areas that i'll extend call to and we'll see how they responded. I we usually stepped down and i give imitation. I have those will come full it just to keep their eyes <music> towards the alton and the i begin share may become promises with them and rejoices over the decision a heaven so excited throwing a party from right now because of the the decision of following jesus all the way and then i open it later up maybe it depends how many come forward to those rededicate their lives to christ but they're all important decisions chance for people to make and <hes> we gotta do passionately as we learned the value of silver jesus it'll make kohl's more often absolutely and richard what he what about you what what are the mechanics of <hes> from appeal to follow up that you've kind of follow so one of the things that i did at my a previous church is a lot of churches do it but to really create the conditions for every sabbath making an appeal on a decision as my dad's shared was this was music is so key and i had a queue where my pianist or guitarist musician always knew when i was beginning to <hes> wrap pop the message and they would start to play softly in the background you know music is a powerful communicator.
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