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"ryan whippy" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

08:10 min | 3 months ago

"ryan whippy" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"When I mean when you're under when you're underwater, are there are other times where you are underwater in you? You're not allowed to speak. It's called the running silent. Home. So When you're in in situations where you can't afford to make any noise and all because noise transmits really well through water. Really, really well, we could hear humpback whale halfway across the world. Wow. Wow. Z., I have. But could you understand him? That's the bigger question I have audio. We'll get into what Franks doing now audio. This is frank. Now, Franken Lot of times when we get ready for the show, we do a lot of research into the guest we wanna Kinda know enough. So we can be dangerous here, but sometimes, we don't have time to go in there in vet the sound clips sometimes we done wasn't that we just say we've been told this is the right audio clip. Play it without necessarily in told an intern to do it right, and you can really rely on and into right who you know. So anyway, this does this sound clip has not been vetted, but I believe it to be true which is the to ignorance. So I I, believe it to be true I'm GONNA. Cute up here, and I believe this is actually a frank. This is audio. We got from his time on the submarine. I'll just wait thirty seconds. You can. You could deny or confirm it if you want. This is frank. Here we go. Kind of cool to have music in the submarine with. That's of cool. It's kind of cool. I mean if you're like you said, you've got to be a little Craig Craig on that thing. Sounds. Like Sean Connery. October's turned directly into the torpedoes faster. Sir Is that you was that audio from your time in the submarine. It was not but. The the submarine that actually was used, i. helped build that The prior submarine to that real suffering and red October comes flying out of the ocean. I actually help build and the other thing. I will tell you a couple quick stories if the APP time sure have all the time all the time. Hunt for Red October. I was actually reading that book when I was underway on a submarine. And there were things in there that I cannot tell you. But actually were classifying and actually. When, he he went to get that book approved for publishing, they told him, you can't publish the book and he worked five years on the book really. and. Well you you. You cannot publish the book and he says, I worked five years on the book got publish it. I've got an advance I. I'd have to pay that back in and he said we'll just tell me which parts you don't want me to. Just say all right around and they said, no, we can't tell you that because you don't have a security clearance, so we can't tell you what parts of our. WHOA, WHOA WHOA within how the book get out there. He just went ahead and published in. What a rebel? That so some of the other thing is when that movie came out I, remember distinctly going with my wife and her mom and dad to the movie theater. And I have so many flashbacks that they asked me well, was it a good movie and I had to say I don't know because I really didn't see the movie. It took me four viewings of that movie actually watch it. What would you? What would you do? Just kind of close your eyes or duck your head or get get popcorn. I have a lot of flashbacks. I, I went to places that I haven't been in a long time. Like the Caribbean. Q.. Not Different than that. Yeah. Shoot each charge. The Caribbean, that is Pretty Paddock I. Guess. We'll see you actually have. But you had live action then yeah. A little little little action, little house, your father. I've got a few more years before I can talk about that. Okay. I'm going to take that as a yes. But we can't, of course, food pressure for the other day I had some Mexican over there local restaurant and at caused me some live action. Yeah. I was GONNA. Ask Certainly. They don't serve. Mexican on the submarine. Do they? Oh, they do. Not. Oh. Yeah. You're the. Caribbean swing by like Cancun's okay. You pick up tacos. Just. Right there, the results are are devastating. Know Yeah I can't accept that. That is just unbelievable. Okay. Okay. So now we're going to do is we're GONNA be talking now going into into the end of the new stuff you're working on. So does what are what are you working on? Now? What kind of things are you doing? Well. You know I've been. Working for about thirty years with transforming organizations with one way or another end and recently. I've written a book and and really what I did is I took what I learned on a submarine high-performing teams and tried to translate that into how do I help organizations. Including startups to figure out how to bring what I had learned, what I experienced on a submarine. To the broader work. Wow, and so that's been a challenge and really my whole career that around that, and an agile is one of the big budge words you know Harvard, Business Review and and address spin around there for you know for maybe ten years now and. What I see is people don't get it, and so what I did is I wrote a book. That Coldly gets at the mindset of Agile, you can learn the mechanics. But if you don't get the mindset, you're not going to really get the value. Of. Being, Agile as mortgage okay, Paul. You are an account, an accountant, you own accounting practice called the CPA's dot com because her Ryan whippy here with tiptop. Canine has a dog training franchise at his franchising over this great country. Yes, we do. And so I'm sure they have some questions. You there frank about your new book, Agile Mindset demystified mindsets over mechanics. Paul, what questions would you have for frank about you know applying the stuff in the book or how it can help you? We're just. Concerned because I love reading pass. Military people and and how they've taken, what they've learned their like Jaakko Willis and some of those. Yeah. So. What do you think frank is is the is maybe the number one and number two thing that that really what you learned on that submarine that you can actually help business people are or employees integrate into their life to make them a better business owner. I think it's all about the team. So we had a very rigorous way of inviting and welcoming people into the. We think if if people are if we hire them, they're automatically earn a place in our organization. On a submarine you you got on the submarine. Right? He did a lot of work to two years of training before I stepped foot on a summer. But even then I had earned the respect of everybody else on that submarines. So I think sometimes we A. Invite people into our organization, and then we don't Monitor and a mentor of actively so that that'd be the first one and then also being willing to say, yeah, this isn't working out and we need to make go in a different direction. Mindset. Means to me to do I. Have a a mindset where I'm. Fully. So as a consultant, I would tell people I. Am I am you're most committed? A. Person Resource Associate as.

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"ryan whippy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"ryan whippy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Started with the. To say seventy three degrees. Maybe inside the convention center in here. The site last night of GAB f night number one number two tonight. It runs through tomorrow night. Great American beer festival. Features four thousand beers, eight hundred sixty two thousand people over three days and a lot of those brewers come from our own state, like Longmont based witty brewing. They're pouring beer here at the festival president and brew master Ryan whippy is with us live. Good morning morning. Thanks for having me on you bet. How was last night super fun? Thursday nights. Always hectic getting are booths set up which I can see from right here, and we decorated with bunch of flamingos and lights going and our big disco ball. So once you got the lights on it was super fun and everybody enjoyed it. You know before we got in the area. I April asked how you're doing. He said it's a marathon not a sprint because you have to kind of pace yourself for for these next couple of days. Exactly. There's so many great beers here. And so many great breweries. It's a great time. Just meeting up with old friends and trying something new you guys won a medal for one of your beers last year. Hopefully, we're going to taste it here in the next. I know we're going to taste a few beers coming up in the next test. Why she's looking through you sounded good with chocolate and cocoa nibs. But how what does it mean for a brief period? And what did it mean for you? So we wanna silver for moon Dunkel last year. And it was the most amazing thing I've ever I lost my voice for like three days screaming so loud, and it just really kind of validated. The beer that we've been making for a long time. Then you get engaged to. And then we got engaged on stage, and I propose to my fiancee, Robin. And that's why you lost your voice. Yeah. Exactly. And then the gbi f- became our big engagement party. You know, ten thousand people you obviously want to have success. But I'm sure you don't go into it saying, well, I want to win a medal. It's about probably finding in making something that you're proud of that people like in taste good. And then the byproduct is the metal right? That's just something that tops the the cake. I guess exactly. There's so many great beers out there. It's really hard to win a medal these days. And so the fact that we won something was really great. But we just love making beer and something that tastes good that we enjoy. Yeah. It's so you must be so proud and heart and to see all the Colorado brewers that are, of course, there at an event like this because it's in their own backyard. But we don't you think we stand out as a state for beer when you compare it to other states, I think so we have just great beer here. Great water. The Rocky Mountain water is perfect for making great beer. And then we're the, you know, the state of craft beer where everything really started in boulder with the brewers association and Charlie pays, Ian. And it kind of blew blossomed into this huge fest in create culture that we have know you guys compete against each other because you want to sell your brand. But. The collaboration. I see is quite impressive to y'all kind of. There's a brotherhood sisterhood of y'all working together. And in you, all love each other and each other's product and work effort work efforts. And that's the best part. We get the share our work with each other. We're Bruin beers together. Sharing ideas, different flavors and types of beer. We wanna make then, you know, beer supposed to be fun. So we get to sit down and have a beer with our fellow brewers. We are going to have a beer with you. And it'll be fun in about five minutes. Okay. Dawson, stay right there. Ryan from Whitby brewing out of Longmont. It's eight fifteen switching gears micro. I don't know if it's really switching gears nothing better than football and beer. Good morning, Mike. Yeah. Nothing like it say one for me or better yet have one for me, the Broncos will try to get to three and as they play the ravens on Sunday Denver's running attack really good one hundred and fifty seven yards per game on the ground. Second in the NFL offensive coordinator Bill must grave hopes that running game travels this week run games important. We want to complete some passes to we want to just be balanced. Do our best to take the crowd out of it. And that just comes from successful place like you indicated so it'd be a challenge, of course, we're in Washington and Arizona in the preseason. But it's definitely not the same. It'll be a challenge. Coverage of the Broncos and raven starts Sunday morning at seven on KOA kick off at eleven the Browns. Finally, did it. They won a game. Cleveland beat the jets twenty one seventeen quarterback Baker Mayfield. Enter the game. When started to rod Taylor went out to be evaluated for a concussion Mayfield rallied the Browns from eleven points down scored the go ahead. Touchdown Carlos hides one yard run with two zero four to go Mayfield finished with two hundred one yards passing. Like any other time gotta go. Do my job know don't over think it live in the moment that time I got a command the offense. Got command the team you gotta bring us far and gives the chance to win. That's my job. And so that was what else focused on Brown's nineteen game winless streak is over. They had not won a game since Christmas Eve 2016 Rockies soap. Start a winning streak. Ten games to go in there on the outside of the playoff picture looking in trailing the dodgers by two and a half games in the NFL west trailing the cardinals by game and a half in the race for the second wildcard Rockies at the debate. Tonight. Mark is versus cranky..

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Brewers, Ryan Whippy and Longmont discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

03:11 min | 2 years ago

Brewers, Ryan Whippy and Longmont discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

"To say seventy three degrees. Maybe inside the convention center in here. The site last night of GAB f night number one number two tonight. It runs through tomorrow night. Great American beer festival. Features four thousand beers, eight hundred sixty two thousand people over three days and a lot of those brewers come from our own state, like Longmont based witty brewing. They're pouring beer here at the festival president and brew master Ryan whippy is with us live. Good morning morning. Thanks for having me on you bet. How was last night super fun? Thursday nights. Always hectic getting are booths set up which I can see from right here, and we decorated with bunch of flamingos and lights going and our big disco ball. So once you got the lights on it was super fun and everybody enjoyed it. You know before we got in the area. I April asked how you're doing. He said it's a marathon not a sprint because you have to kind of pace yourself for for these next couple of days. Exactly. There's so many great beers here. And so many great breweries. It's a great time. Just meeting up with old friends and trying something new you guys won a medal for one of your beers last year. Hopefully, we're going to taste it here in the next. I know we're going to taste a few beers coming up in the next test. Why she's looking through you sounded good with chocolate and cocoa nibs. But how what does it mean for a brief period? And what did it mean for you? So we wanna silver for moon Dunkel last year. And it was the most amazing thing I've ever I lost my voice for like three days screaming so loud, and it just really kind of validated. The beer that we've been making for a long time. Then you get engaged to. And then we got engaged on stage, and I propose to my fiancee, Robin. And that's why you lost your voice. Yeah. Exactly. And then the gbi f- became our big engagement party. You know, ten thousand people you obviously want to have success. But I'm sure you don't go into it saying, well, I want to win a medal. It's about probably finding in making something that you're proud of that people like in taste good. And then the byproduct is the metal right? That's just something that tops the the cake. I guess exactly. There's so many great beers out there. It's really hard to win a medal these days. And so the fact that we won something was really great. But we just love making beer and something that tastes good that we enjoy. Yeah. It's so you must be so proud and heart and to see all the Colorado brewers that are, of course, there at an event like this because it's in their own backyard. But we don't you think we stand out as a state for beer when you compare it to other states, I think so we have just great beer here. Great water. The Rocky Mountain water is perfect for making great beer. And then we're the, you know, the state of craft beer where everything really started in boulder with the brewers association and Charlie pays, Ian. And it kind of blew blossomed into this huge fest in create culture that we have know you guys compete against each other because you want to sell your brand. But. The collaboration. I see is quite impressive to y'all kind of. There's a brotherhood sisterhood of y'all working together. And in you, all love each other and each other's product and work effort work efforts. And that's the best part. We get the share our work with each other. We're Bruin beers together. Sharing ideas, different flavors and types of beer. We wanna make then, you know, beer supposed to be fun. So we get to sit down and have a beer with our fellow brewers. We are going to have a beer with you. And it'll be fun in about five minutes. Okay. Dawson, stay right there. Ryan from Whitby brewing out

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