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"robert cornish" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"We certainly have been going through a lot of challenges in the last This year this year. Basically but i have a very interesting and innovative and inspiring guest. Robert cornish robert basically has become virtually great himself and truly a great however. Because you get support from others. And i'm right on that page myself because if we didn't have support from others you know we wouldn't be where we are robert achieve greatness as a race car driver by himself and that's what race car drivers do as early adapter. He discovered the coaching profession. And it was basically. I think your purpose and passion from what i'm you know gotten to know you So he coaches to inspire greatness in others. Which is he coached for championship. Winning race car drivers as well as business leaders in executives that that who achieve consistently higher business outcomes particularly from their teams so about twenty five plus years ago of coaching is evolution innovation and mastery. He built a deep understanding of the role of optimism and trust which plays in achieving greatness in any endeavor. Robert has been Excuse me dedicated to energizing business. Success and he is the published author. He has many credentials but this last book that he is written is optimism entrust in. It's a handbook to survive. And thrive through covid nineteen and beyond. Welcome while. welcome robert. So you know please tell us a little bit about your where. You're from your beginnings in life that got you to this point and really pleased to be here with us cheryl and the opportunity to tell my story and and maybe raise awareness on. How important is it to be optimistic. Entrusting in our lives particularly in in our situation today in the world but am i alive Birth of all. I've experienced the the names of both pessimism and optimism in my life on the pessimistic side. My mom passed away. When i was two two years old and my dad kept me with him as much as he could. Place in people's homes and so forth and along way i started to stutter when our end From that stuttering place. I was continually being made fun of teas and even physically hit so. I was constantly pessimistic. About you. know is is safe around this person. You know children can be very cruel you know. Yeah yeah so. And i dealt with that stuttering for the first basic first half of my life and So that's beyond me now..
"robert cornish" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It goes away, right? It's just like a dumb teenage girl thing, But then it goes away. Yeah. Okay. You got to sell me on this gene. I almost don't know how to do it. Justice because it is like one of the most smartly written things I've ever seen. And I was. I was surprised Every few episodes we did pass like, How is this show this good. And this smart and doing this many things was both doing really sophomoric humor is like stupid again like animal plans, And then there would be these format working episodes. I was doing all it was a sort of operating on all cylinders. One episode that is literally a monologue from the main character at a funeral. That person is very important. So I stopped at a jack in the box on the way here in the girl behind the counter said, Are you having an awesome day? Not. How are you doing today? No. Are you having an awesome day, which is pretty because it puts the onus on me to disagree with her. Like if I'm not having an awesome day, Suddenly, I'm the negative was sort of talking about grief and trauma in a way that does not feel like punishment, Although it is, by the time you get to the animal feel devastated and you'll feel like you've gone through some things. And the voice cast is ridiculous. Like you will watch the show and you will stop every 10 minutes like who was that? And it's always like some random, super famous person like Paul McCartney or whatever it is or Audie Cornish. We should cyber right here. I don't know the show, but I do know that gaudy corners has been on the show. I have not been on the show, so to speak. There's a running gag or one of the characters. Her cellphone ring is always the voice of a public media host. Eso both Robert Siegel did this one Robert Cornish, which involved us just kind of like saying This is all things considered from NPR News and the producers of the show, wildly laughing each time. On then that's eventually run on show for Thursday, October 12. This is all rings considered. Do you like it? Naughty. I love the show. I think it's the kind of thing that if it was live action if it was with people, it actually might be too hard to watch. And it's a scenario where someone who is an alcoholic who has depression anxiety. Other characters on the show won a cat who is his agent, and she's wrestling with kind of the balance between work and what her aspirations are to have a child. It's actually quite intense, and it actually makes it easier to watch when you see these things with kind of animals performing it. The other thing about the show is it's perfect for this moment, because it's the kind of show we've all heard about and haven't gotten around to watching. Maybe, and you have that one friend who's like you gotta watch Bojack. It's about a horseman, and you're just like I don't know, but this is the moment when you can like, check out things that maybe were overwritten about. It's nice to watch things. In a quieter moment without everybody's chatter. All right, Bojack horseman. It's on my list. I promise I will watch. Alright. Don't know what you think. Okay, I will let you know if you're listening to. It's been a minute from NPR. I'm your host Sam Sanders joined this weekend by all things considered host Audie Cornish. And Jean Denby of NPR's codes, which podcast we're all sharing, reading in viewing and listen recommendations for the long holiday weekend. Audie. It's return. What should we be watching right now? If you want to see something new, you should definitely check out Makayla coals. I may destroy you, which is streaming on HBO First Shell. It's new, and so many shows kind of like, fell off a cliff because of covert and weren't able to continue with production. You know, Fox's empire comes to mind. It had a very kind of truncated ending to its entire was still on. I thought it went away have to Jesse Times are hard. I watch it always all the way to the my God and then other shows there kind of on pause because they're waiting to be, you know, for there like the rest of us some kind of ability to continue with production. Makayla Cole was behind the hit show chewing gum for which he won a lot of Baftas. She's from the UK And that show was very broad humor over the top, based on her personal story of being kind of a young immigrant woman in the kind of council estates in London, trying to lose her virginity, we could just have a little place. I definitely haven't said. I'm just a con trick. You know, it was sort of silly and fun and poignant. I may destroy is very firmly planted in the rial and in the now and in dating culture and in conversations That we have all been having over the last couple of years about in a word consent. Now I'm only bringing that up, because if you google this, you're going to see something really absurd, which is like Consent drama. I don't know what the heck that is. I don't know why they're advertising it this way. What it is, is a really amazing portrait of a young woman who's on the cusp of really maturity who does go through a sexual assault that she has to kind of piece together. It happens to her after she has been drugged. And she also is on the cusp of a big career like whole herself. It just feels very lived in and riel and her acting is incredible. I mean, if you're a fan of Phoebe Waller Bridge who was behind fleabag, you were definitely going to be a fan of coal because she is the same kind of talent. This very like. Wait a second. This woman wrote this. She also anything like hell, but she's a producer of it. She's the star of it. Like, how many talents can you have? It's not there at a certain point and one of the things about the show because it is so sharply and sometimes, like, like a little uncomfortable to watch us like how much of this has to be from her life because it is so Yeah, And I mean, it's not a spoiler alert to say that the idea of the plot does come from her personal life. She revealed a few years back that she had been sexually assaulted in a bar after being drugged. And when she came to on DH overtime pieced together what had happened. She was very disappointed with the reaction of thie kind of producers and people that she had to work with from the studio that she was writing for. Who seemed to continue to make demands on her, despite the fact that she had gone through this really terrible trauma, and so part of the story is also about the demands on creative people and what we expect the demands on black women in particular, in terms of being strong, quote unquote and being able to survive things and just show up and come back to work, eh? So there's a lot going on in the show, and then it it can be really funny. There just could be moments where I'm really just laughing out loud and surprise myself. But that's what I like about the show. It's surprising like I keep trying to say what the show is to my friends that convention the ones it but you can't put it in a box. Is it a comedy? Is it a drama? And that makes you follow her wherever she goes. I do not know where this show is going on three episodes in I have no idea what's going to happen in this moment where I think we're all a little bit frazzled and fried and bored and seeking novelty, you know not to hate on another offering from that same streaming network, but like did we need another Perry Mason? It's nice to see some originality, and it's nice to see something that is captivating and that Jen Only you don't know where it's going to go. Next Last point on this, But, speaking of you don't know where it's going to go next. The ways in which the show surprises you every few minutes or just astounding. There's this scene when mechanicals character.