35 Burst results for "Sean I"
Julie Hartman: The Time Andrew Cuomo Threw Me a Curveball
"Me. You know, you mentioned in the last segment that I guess toasted for you a few months ago. So I haven't been back on that show since I was in your seat, but it's great to be here. And you did a great job. The feedback we got as expected. You got rave reviews. Everybody loved the job you did. And you know, people think hosting a few hours a day is a little bit like Joe Biden riding a bike. What could go wrong? Well, as we both know, Mike, there's a lot that could go wrong. Two days earlier, I guess toasted for Dennis, and it was my first time. I was 21 years old ever hosting a national radio show and it was daunting. And halfway through my first segment, I got a notification in my ear from our producer Sean that governor Andrew Cuomo had just resigned. He's saying to me, you've got to announce it now on air. You've got to announce it and I'm thinking, oh my God. I am 5 minutes into my first national radio show. This had to happen now. Right, and you had it all mapped out in your mind. You were ready with the monologue. You knew what you were going to do, and then totally. Then leave it, leave it to Cuomo to throw you a
Rizzo HR in 9th, Yanks edge Rays for 14th straight home win
"The Yankees keep winning as Anthony Rizzo smacked the game winning walk off Homer to write center field as New York topped the raise two to one Frizzle was his 16th long ball of the season and vaulted the yanks with three game sweep of Tampa and their 7 straight victory Before the game you just see everyone signed to come together and gravitate together and when we take the field it's just it's game time and we know every day we have a picture that's going to go out there and compete in a bolt and that's going to be as well The game was managed by multiple pitchers for New York working in place of original starter Luis severino who was a late scratch as they allowed one temple run on just three hits It was really rich Sean Armstrong who gave up the Homer to put Tampa in the lost column for the 5th time in 6 games Mike Moriarty New
Rep. Lauren Boebert Is Happy to Be Up for Re-election This Year
"That. But right now, I'm really excited. Lauren boebert is a congresswoman from the third district in Colorado. I had the privilege of getting to know her recently in event at an event in Colorado Springs with Sean Foyt. And I was just so blessed to know who she is to get to know her a little bit. And blessed and thrilled right now to have her on the program. Lauren boebert, welcome. Thanks so much, Eric. It's great to be on with you today. Listen, you're the real deal, and that's why I wanted you on the program because there's so many people in public life that you realize we may agree on some of the issues, but they're not fighters. They're not fire brands. They don't understand where we are in the nation. You're clearly someone who does and you have a primary coming up. Let's start there because you won this congressional seat. Obviously every two years, you've got to go through this whole thing again. What do you face saying before we get into all the fun stuff? What do you facing on June 28th in this primary? Sure. Well, first, you mentioned, you know, every two years you have to go through this again. And I have to say, I love that about the house. I love that we are forced to be with our constituents. Because there are plenty of elected officials who would rather sit back for a few years and say, oh, I don't have to be out there and connecting with people because I'm not up for reelection. So I love that that's forced upon us because I was elected. November 3rd, and November 4th, you know, I was running for reelection, basically. So working hard to serve my constituents and then also campaign as well. But in my primary on June 28th, I am up against a very liberal state senator. He is a registered Republican, but even he says that they are behind his name does not stand for Republicans. So I think we ought to believe
How AJ Got E! On Board With His Talk Show
"Before I got my show and kind of had the doubts because I told him, I'm not going to be a typical talk show host. I just want people to promote their bullshit. I don't care about the next movie or the next book or the next album. I want to just talk about all different things. And by the way, I have a lot to say, okay? I have things that they want to hear about me. And they all looked at me crooked. I said, I've lived an interesting life. Trust me, I can match these people's story for story. They have a very hesitant. I said, watch, pick up the phone. I dial Jack Nicholson. Jack, AJ, how are you, Jay? You know, I told him at the show. Do you think he'd ever do it? I know it's a lot to ask. Well, if timing allows me, I think I can make that trip AJ, you know, blah, blah, blah. I call Sean Penn, same thing. Coal warm, baby. All right in front of The Rock. Now they know, holy shit. This is not art. Talent coordination branch of the company. This is the host making these calls. We got something good
Are People Innately Good?
"Okay, so how did you react to your debate are people innately good? I loved it. And I want Sean to put up a picture of this. I was taking notes in the audience and just the other night we were at Shabbat dinner and I was taking notes at ciabatta dinner because you have these one liners that are so powerful. And one of the things that you said that I wrote down that really stuck with me is there's no project in life if people are innately good. Because again, if people are innately good, there's no need to improve. Right. You just have these one liners and I really took note of that because they're concise and you get right to it. And one of your arguments was just look at people who are young. You have to tell a kid to say thank you. They're in these small ways. We see. Right, if it were an instinct, then we wouldn't need to tell
Tucker Carlson: Why Fox News Is Not Airing Jan. 6 Comittee's Lies
"So here's Tucker last night, explaining why Fox News prime time programming. They did carry it wall to wall over at Fox business network. They carried it at Fox News dot com, but they stuck with their prime time stars of Tucker and Sean and Laura. They didn't deviate from that. Here was Tucker explaining why. Yet another lecture about January 6th tonight from our moral inferiors no less. An outbreak of mob violence of forgettable minor outbreak by recent standards that took place more than a year and a half ago, but they've never stopped talking about it. In the meantime, in the 18 months, since January 6th, gas prices have doubled, drug ODs have reached their highest point ever, the U.S. economy is now careening toward a devastating recession at best and scariest and least noted of all. This country has never in its history been closer to a nuclear war. Yet the other networks can't be bothered to cover any of that tonight. Instead, they've interrupted their regularly scheduled programming to bring you yet another extended prime time harangue from Nancy Pelosi and Liz Cheney about Donald Trump and QAnon. The whole thing is insulting. In fact, it's deranged, and we're not playing along. This is the only hour on an American news channel that will not be carrying their propaganda alive. They are lying and we are not going to help them do it.
Mark Levin: Dems Violated Federal Statutes Protesting Against Justices
"Danger. I hope you had a chance to see Mark Levin last night. It's a great guy as a colleague, a friend. The great one is his nickname, radio host, Fox News channel, star, and he was a guest last night on Sean Hannity's show. Here's what he said. They assisted in criminal activity. We all know about 18 United States code 1507. You're not allowed to parade in protest and threaten and hassle judicial individuals, particularly Supreme Court Justices and threaten them the way they did. Did it? Schumer did it, Pelosi did it. Are they going to be indicted, mister Garland? In fact, mister Garland has an indicted a single person who's violated a federal statute, not one. How about them and handcuffs and leg irons, mister Garland? What do you say? These are federal violations. And I haven't heard a damn thing from Liz Cheney tonight. Have you Sean? And she put out a statement condemning Nancy Pelosi, condemning Schumer, the Democrat party, every damn one of them, and their Democrats in the media. They all said the same thing, Schumer did. Trashing the justices, trashing the Supreme Court. They've been at war with this court for years. It's independence. The numbers are justices. Threats like Schumer. This is become a serious serious problem. No commission on any of that, gee, I wonder why. Liz?
The Connection Between Violent Crime and Marijuana Usage
"I got Sean sent me an article about marijuana usage in its residual effects. And just because, you know, correlation denied always mean causation, but at least you have the facts and understanding, you know, according to an article called cannabis causes psychosis, a psychosis caused violence written by a gentleman, a doctor named Alex berenson on May 25th in an article he describes some of the correlations between marijuana usage and violent criminals. Mister, I don't like even like to say the guy's name, but it was confirmed that the shooter and Yuval di had issues with using marijuana. Don't know how much he used, but he was upset because his grandmother and mother allegedly would not let him use marijuana. Nicholas Cruz, which is a Florida high school shooter, was heavily used in marijuana, and that's what he told the police in the police interview. Devin Patrick Kelly, who shot up a Texas church and killed 26 people on 2017 before, you know, obviously killing himself had a THC in his system when he died, Darryl Brooks junior last seen allegedly racing through the walk of Christmas parade, self described as a stoner and here's some statistical data that may become relevant. It says, meanwhile, the cities like Portland, Oregon, have suffered an explosion in violence, following the legalization of cannabis.
Sen. Ted Cruz: Joe Biden's Solution Is to Disarm Law-Abiding Citizens
"Senator Ted Cruz from the great state of Texas with the perfect proper response to the verbal diarrhea that came out of the president of the United States yesterday. Just about everybody agrees he's doing a terrible job, just about everybody agrees. This is a train wreck. And you know what's frustrating about it, Sean? Is he's not willing to change. He's not willing to change course. This speech tonight, once again, he chose to double down on hard left divisive politics. You know, when it comes to violent crime, listen, I was at, Yuval, the last week, the day after the shooting. I was there with the local officials and with law enforcement and with family members, what happened in Texas is horrific. And anyone with any heartbeat is horrified that 19 little boys and girls were murdered that two teachers were murdered. And what does Joe Biden and the Democrats do? They don't come back and say, let's unite behind law enforcement to stop criminals to keep our kids safe. No, they immediately demagogue and say the solution is to take away your weapons. The solution is to disarm law abiding citizens. He's so right. This could be, this should be a unifying event. Americans ought to be unified over this. We ought to be able to say, hey, it's us against them, meaning us against the bad guys. The monsters who would murder children.
How Judeo Christian Values Abolished Slavery
"So this man wrote about how it is such a farce. These judeo Christian principles, after all, they defended slavery. While the principles did not defend slavery, they were Christians who did, but the judeo Christian principles do not defend slavery. And because he's not the terribly bright, he didn't ask the more important question not who defended slavery, as it was defended all over the world, including in Africa. But who abolished slavery and then you turn out, turns out to be your Christian or judeo Christian value keeping people value preserving people. To not recognize how good America has been in comparison to other places, since I don't compare America to heaven. Or to imagine, I don't know how the tune goes. You know how the tune goes, John Lennon's imagine. Have you ever sung on radio? No. Would you like to break that record? No. Okay. Sean, we almost got the living martyr to sing, but that would have been an active martyrdom. Well, therefore. Yeah, I missed it. They're really not by much. I thought I had a chance. I don't know. I have to think about that that I think I have a chance. Yes, they imagine this. Place devoid, not just devoid of racism, sexism, misogyny, homophobia transphobia, et cetera, no, no, no, no. They imagine a place that is painless.
The Film 'Sands of Iwo Jima' Introduced 'Lock and Load' to Cinema
"The film was a, it's a very stereotypical World War II movie. It was 5 years after the war, but it was definitely has a lot of the tropes interestingly enough. It's the first recorded use of the phrase lock and load. They use this in the film a lot. They use it twice as a metaphor to get ready to fight. But once early in the movie, about let's go get drunk. And there's some dispute about whether or not this was a common phrase at the time, but obviously 1940 9s close to the war. It's refers to thought to refer to the how you cock an M1 garand semi-automatic rifle. You lock the bolt back and then you push it forward and then you push the clip in to load the rifle and 8 round clip and it makes a popping locking clicking sound. And of course, by the time of the Vietnam War era lock and load was a common expression. So it's debatable whether or not it's this film that made it popular or this it was popular enough to make it into this film. So who knows? How Sean? Yeah, chicken and egg
Let Us Be Clear: We Love the Police
"Got some nasty emails yesterday. Directed at me saying that you can't criticize police officers. I love police officers. I'm going to be very clear. There's some scumbags like Sean king that are going after the police. And I don't want to give oxygen to the anti police crowd unnecessarily, but I'm also going to be very clear and fair when there's a situation that any reasonable person believes is mishandled. And this whole thing kind of comes on an argument from authority where people say Charlie, you have no right to do that because you've never been in a situation like that. You're right. I've never been in a situation like that. But there is an opportunity where you have a little bit of prudence and practical judgment and common sense where you're going to comment on something where you say, what on earth was happening here. So guess what? Additional information from yesterday where we did some rather, I would say, let's say we had some opinions yesterday. Everything we have said yesterday has only now been further clarified and strengthened. So you've all the police have done a police press conference. And they have said this quote, they made a decision not to break into the classroom because officers on site believe there was no longer an act of shooting situation. Even though children were calling 9-1-1 at the time, pleading for officers to come and save them.
'Grave of the Fireflies' Brings the Firebombing of Kobe to Life
"When we sat down to watch this, I told my daughters, you have to see the very first line. You can not miss the very first thing that is spoken because I don't know about your house. I don't know about it in our listeners house, but when we put on a movie oftentimes, people are up, still getting popcorn or still getting a drink or just wandering around or on their phones or something, and because a lot of movies, to be honest with you, they take a while to really get going, but not this one grabs you right off the bat and the very first line is this. September 21st, 1945. That was the night I died. And you just kind of like, oh, okay, well that takes away the suspense of what's going to happen in the end. That say to the teenage boy who's speaking. And so in part one, we are taken into a subway, and it's after the war. On that day, shortly after the end of World War II, a young boy sits against a pillar at Sano Mia station and he's dying of starvation. People walk by expressing disgust about him and calling him a trap. Later that night, after he dies, janitor removes his body and digs through his possessions, finding nothing, but a candy tin containing ashes and a few fragments of bone, which he throws away into a nearby field. From the tin, springs the spirit of the young boy, followed by his little sister, along with the cloud of fireflies. The spirit of the young boy whose name is saita begins to tell the story of how he and his sister sets go fared in the wake of the firebombings of Kobe during the war. So what do you think, what were your thoughts about that opening part, Sean? I mean, it is very bleak. Yeah. This is not a particularly uplifting movie. No, but this is also a film from a different culture. Right. And there's different perspective on there's a different perspective on life and perception and on death. And on the afterlife. And so at the same time, we have, there's plenty of thumbs out there, you know, go watch sunset boulevard, there's plenty of American films about a character who's narrating what happened to them before they died. So this is not unique to Japan. But it is certainly it is a very realistic portrayal and depiction. The train station is a horrifying thing. Right. And we'll talk about this later. But yes, this certainly gets you and says, hey, this is something that really happened. And this is something that occurred. And then we start to go into the fantasy, but the reality is right there in front of you. At the beginning.
Environmentalists Stand in the Way of Water Desalination
"What is done in my time with regard to water, what the left is done in California, drought, so it's a drought. And it is a drought. What do we do with the water that we have? And why don't we have desalinization? As they do in Israel. Let me see if I can quickly find out here. What percentage of water in Israel percent of water in Israel, the salination. If that should somewhat work, 55%. More than half of the water in Israel, according to this. Scientific American, it's just one of the many breakthroughs in membrane technology that have made desalination, but I'd say desalinization, it's desalination. Why don't you correct me, Sean? May be salination, the much more efficient. Israel maggots 55% of its domestic water from desalination. That has helped to turn one of the world's driest countries into the unlikeliest of water giants. Scientific American California is way richer than Israel. Why don't we build them? Because of the dam environmentalists.
Joe Biden; The Most Corrupt President in American History
"Promo code prager. Thank you, Dennis, and it's always a privilege. It never gets old, and it's never unappreciated. Dennis is unique, and there's no one else I'd rather fill in for. Many years ago, actually this house started many years ago Dennis said to me, you know, those are pretty big shoes for you to fill in for. Me, meaning his size. What does that Sean a size 12 size 13? What is this where? I don't even know. But he didn't mean his shoes were so big, right, he meant just, well, maybe he did because he told me I thought 12 or 13, I may be totally wrong. We've got to find that out. But big shoes they are because no one in the media is quite like him, including offering the inside he does in so many issues. So I just try to give you my perspective on life and issues and maybe one of these days my own podcast. You know, with all the teaching and everything else I do, it's been hard to get it going, but we will at some point. In this first hour I talked about whether we need a new Declaration of Independence to take back our country from the left. In this hour I want to talk about the specific charges against the king, because I said, right, the founders revolted rebelled against the king of England. As they seek to control our lives and make us into their left wing utopia. That's what they're doing. But if this is important, if you understand their ultimate goal, they're specific policy disasters, make more sense. You think they failed because they don't work. But they think they succeeded because they've created chaos and disorder. Just as with the policies of the king of England, so many years ago. But of course, Joe Biden is no king. He doesn't have a set of principles and he never did. Actually has one set of principle. That's the grow his principle. If you don't mind the pun. He might be the most corrupt president we've ever had. In any case, he's actually more of a placeholder for the left than anything else. And Kamala Harris, my God. Is she over her head? She must have always want to power to make up for her insecurities, of which there must be many. That's my guess. I'm no psychologist. Sean, do you remember the Peter principal? He's looking at me funny. He's just doesn't look that way. Of course. A quizzical look. It was the Peter principal said that you're doing your job well and then they promote you to the higher job and that's where you fail because you were very good at what you did before, but you're not so good in a promoted role. In my other field as a teacher, you wouldn't believe how many bad a system principles and principles there are. They might have been very good teachers. That's kind of what the Peter principal was. But she was an awful senator if you remember that. And an awful attorney general before that. I think Dennis even debated her once. But yes, you know what she was? A good friend of former speaker of the California assembly, Willie Brown. Actually, I don't know if she was a good friend, Willie Brown. You'd have to ask Willie Brown, right? We don't even know if she was Sean, why are your eyes going like cross eyed? You're not saying anything. Neither am I. But we never checked lily Brown about that. It's hard to believe, though, that these are the highest office holders in our country. They're an embarrassment to our country. But again, they're clearly being controlled by the left. Whether it's Obama, that's my guess, is people or other leftists. Do you remember the event weeks ago where Obama came back? I guess for the first time to visit The White House. And he comes back and everybody's around him and he's up mister terrific. And Joe Biden wandered around looking for someone to say hello to hip, just to say, now that was pathetic to watch. I almost felt sorry for him as bad as he is as corrupt as he is. But of course you have to ask this question. Why does Biden's wife and I kind of hinted at it in the first hour, she must be so obsessed with power to have ever cared about protecting her husband's dignity. What about his dignity? You can say, well, if your mean, you say you'd never had any. But in fact, that defines all of them seeking power to make up for their shortcomings as people. That's what I guess. They seek power to define themselves, especially power over other people. That's my best guess. Let me know what you think. One 8 prager 7 7 6. And it includes people on our side, too. Like Mitt Romney, if I had a guess, if you remember his father didn't do well running for president, I forgot the incident that happened on not going to say he cried or something that would have been, that was Mike dukakis, I think, of Massachusetts, but there was something, and all of a sudden he failed miserably in his quest for the presidency. So my guess is Mitt Romney's avenging for his father's undignified loss of the presidency. But, you know, I've apologized. Many times for being a delegate for it. He fooled me too for a while. But Dennis said he met with him and he didn't care about principles. Yeah, that makes sense. And Liz Cheney. Oh my God. Trying to preserve, I guess her father's legacy, whatever that was. If anything, she's tarnished what, with many of her pronouncements, she's tarnished what people thought about her dad, Dick Cheney. I suspect that all these people have deep personal problems, and I never feel that they care what is best first for our country. That they care best first, what's best for them. But they are part of the leftist cabal, whether they know it or not. What did the Russians call them useful idiots? So back to the charges. We had charges against the king and I mentioned in the first hour that's what the Declaration of Independence was about. So what are our charges begin with against this would be president. The stealing of the presidency. They never accepted Trump's victory, and they were willing to stop at nothing to make sure he lost. Including, as you know, the Russian hoax, what, two years impeachments, and the banning from social media. And now they have lawsuits against him and other enemies. Anybody who had anything to do with them. These people have no moral guard rails, except to win at all costs. That's it. And I said in the first hour, they're likely 20 anomalies over 20 that had to happen for Trump to lose. But they did win and Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are in office because of blatant fraud. As the movie 2000 mules demonstrates pretty well itself. So, mister king Biden, our first charge you never should have been declared king because you ascended to the throne illegally. How many of you, you can call me one of the prager 7 6 7 7 6? How many of you listeners like me still cringe when they call on President Biden? I still have trouble with that. It's like calling the person who stole your house, the homeowner. And to add insult to injury, the king had his Justice Department, as you know, throw innocent people into jail, summoned to solitary confinement, as I mentioned, because of January 6th, and they call it an insurrection. I love that. That was an insurrection. I don't think so. Riff raff and all kinds of people maybe, but insurrection, I don't think so. Of course, your edicts at the very beginning like ending our pipelines and drilling the ending of drilling for fossil fuels and discouraging just the scourge leases, just the other week I think it was. But it's part of your plan, see, that's what I said. You got to understand what they're up to. That's their plan to destroy capitalism and markets that we're working here. To this day, even in light of high gas prices, you continue this policy as part of the Green New Deal. And that's going to help destroy our country. So what do they do? They printed a lot of money to assuage the peasants doing my analogy with the king with your trillions of dollars in giveaways. It's a way to make them more dependent on your government. When you make people give them money then they start to depend on the government. It makes me think of a story when I first started teaching. I think it was a fourth grade kid. He's running around the school building wildly. It wasn't my student. And I finally caught up to him. I said, you know, what are you going to do with this? What are you going to do with your life? In fourth grade, he said to me, I'll go on welfare. His family must have been on welfare. He already knew that term. That was his dream, I guess, or that's what he had hoped. So that's what you do with the printing and money. And as you know, with inflation at a control, it won't be long before your Marie Antoinette, Kamala Harris, says let them eat cake. Sean, you do remember Marie Antoinette? In history, if nothing else, Dennis did not debate Marie Antoinette. You don't have to look that up. Debate between Dennis Murray. But of course, I'm confused in two different revolutions. But a revolution we have on the streets through your defunding of the police, you're just less department allowing the left to right and commit mayhem to scare, get this now, the masses into needing your protection. That's what's going on. And of course, we know that the DA's all across this country funded by George Soros of letting them out. I read a story the other day. They can't get police in many cities. Who would want to be a policeman these days? You lock sum it up. They're out in jail before you could even say boo. And just like Putin protesting his liberation of Nazis in the Ukraine, that was a justification. You come up with this phony white supremacy, as the number one problem in our country, and the reason for the crackdown of our civil liberties. I can see all these juxtapositions with what you're doing and with communism and dictatorship. A long, of course, with charges about America being a white supremacist country because you use race baiting at every chance because you have nothing else.
Are We Getting the Government We Deserve?
"And speaking of value and worth, I want to talk about government in this hour and what it is supposed to mean in this republic. And I want to quote the Declaration of Independence because I think this is the first time since before our independence. That we must seriously wonder if we are getting the government we deserve. You heard me, quote, president Reagan last time. And it's what our government is surely become. What was it? The 9 most terrifying words in the English language. Actually, even liberals left what I tell them that. I'm from the government and I'm here to help. Yeah, I got an IRS noticed this week. It made me, it wasn't me, Sean. It was someone in my family. That doesn't make it easier for me because I'm the one that will have to deal with it. We started our country with the Declaration of Independence and the constitution. And it is time to look at it for meaning again now. And all of our students, I'm a teacher to part time, as you know, should have it as required reading. And here's how it starts. One in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God notice nature's God, entitle
Internal Polling Shows Just How Much Trouble Democrats Are In
"This one. Internal Democrat polling, Democrats are quote getting blown out in November. A new report reveals that the Democrats party internal polling shows them getting blown out in November's congressional elections. At a meeting with the D.C., the Democrat congressional campaign committee. Chair, Sean Patrick maloney, said Democrats who are on the bubble and the upcoming election were informed that in battleground districts, the generic Republican is beating the generic Democrat by a whopping 8 points. Biden plus 8 districts are now toss ups. CLF pulled 16 districts that Joe Biden won by an average of 8 points. In those districts, the generic ballot was tied and Joe Biden's approval was negative 8. In those seats 49% of voters say they want a Republican in Congress to provide a check on Biden. And so look, I'm a loyal and public, Donald Trump fan. With that being said, it is just being honest that there is 8 to 15% of the population that will vote Republican that refuse to vote for Donald Trump. Those people exist. I know a lot of those people. I know a lot of those people are Republican in their political perspective, but they are anti Trump in more ways than
Remember Alec Baldwin's Run on Talk Radio?
"Alan do you have Alec Baldwin Totally unintentional So before I get into this because I want to talk about just again facts here how you should be very proud of yourself being on the conservative side of the aisle that you can make an argument Hey voter ID is not going to stop black people from voting Why Black people are smart and intelligent and are perfectly capable of getting an ID just like whites Hispanics Asians and everyone else That shouldn't be controversial right We can back that up with data The left can But here's what happens when you try to do talk radio by the way And you think you can just you think it was just such an easy job anybody can hack it You know Alec Baldwin yeah yeah that guy yeah look ball but don't get close to him on a movie set So Alec Baldwin right Here's Alec Baldwin trying to do talk radio from years ago This is not a joke He thought it would be really easy What was the station W PH the grade station legacy station I believe in Philly right Yes WPC Here's Alec Baldwin thinking ah you know what Those conservative idiots on talk radio Sean Hannity Levin Yeah probably rushed to Limbaugh at the time They don't know what they're doing I can do it I'm Alec bull here check this out This is a classic When we come back we have some time Oh great We're going to take some calls Whenever we want We have calls that are on there now Yeah What do people call to get on the air Do we have that number It's right there Do I have the cool number in front of me Oh I'm so sorry That's interesting Interesting Of course any other questions you have any other comments you have call us to what else Call us we have any calls yet there Ivan No cost Let's read some more about Scientology Is Sean Hannity a scientologist Alec Baldwin posing the big questions tonight here Do we have any calls here Ivan None Boy it's just incredible My favorite part of
"sean i" Discussed on SmartLess
"And i'll blank on a we just saw kate. Winslet was just so great in this thing. Yes exactly yes i will. I try not to get hooked by these things because I in you know as susceptible to that addiction. Probably as anybody but never never got. Put it off. I didn't see a streaming show until cova My wife turned me onto something. What do you think what do you think about it as a medium. How do you like it. I don't like what it's doing to film I think that there's something you know anything. That creates more contat democratize. The ability to make film a gives us a more diversity being able to see film from all over the world. That's got a great part of town square if it gets too crowded than nothing special and and it gets a lot of sharp elbows and and and so i'm very torn about it. I be less torn about it. If we and in in in an acting filmmaking stood up to our financial Lords and said you know there you have to preserve a exclusive theatrical releases of films. If we are to do this other stuff. I would like to see that movement but there is something as a as a filmmaker. I think i just fell in love with the girl that was the cinema. The big dark room. So i don't know that i would want to work as a director. Chew that in. But i certainly can get caught up as as an audience and there's some miraculous work that's being done on television. There's no question about it. Baby new ruined. You ruined film bateman. And then sean penn just confirmed it. And i'm with him and by the way it should be noted. Whatever sean penn's opinion is is also my opinion. It should be noted. I i think that What about the listener. There's a guitar over his right shoulder. Where where does music sit for you. in this world is it. A hobby is it a passion. Is it a. is it your next career. We're what's it do for you. It's the passion that i can't do. That's my one of my sons guitars. I i am terrible guitar player if i sang. You'd all be dead and it is. It is the thing that's the best medicine for me is listening to music I'm a very music dependent director in film. I again going back to that era that i grew up in you know there were the whether it was the graduate or or herald mater those films. They used songs as part of the story telling her as characters in the story. I have great affection for that kind of cinema. And i love working with musicians. I've had some really great collaborations that have been super enriching. Yeah tell me about working with better on on on the last film on such a huge fan of his. And i know you guys are close. What was what was that like well. Ed and i had worked on. We'd worked on a couple of films But together in the past but then significantly into the wild and you know he really became the hitter that put the ball over the fence and In the last inning and and and we had such a great experience and so when i started flag day. One of my go-to things as i. Send ed the script and say what do you think it had been from a from the early stages my sense that leading voice of it of the songs that would play would be female because it's a female driven story but that there was a balance between the father and the daughter where i felt that i could insert male voices at times and ed brought glen hansard in has a great. Did the sauce for one of the Brilliant songwriter and and then And then it was my daughter who is because i was listening to so many great female singers singer songwriters and all the usual suspects and there are a lot of people turned on onto others. But i couldn't find a voice that just seemed harmonious with my daughter's emotional spirit. And and then i asked her and she suggested cat power and so ed had had known her and i. It became kind of as well as a singer songwriter. On the on the movie he became kind of the curator of this song Bank on that thing and and worked with all of them and And they've got a record coming out of it which i'm looking forward to hearing because it's not only the songs that are in the movie songs. I suppose inspired by the story. Did he score it as well as he. Also the composer though the composer is my long time collaborator and friend. Joseph veteran so it's a he did the instrumentals but we at times borrowed from each other's themes and and took some pieces of instrumental from the songs and layered it in so that it was it you know. It was kind of a quilt. We put together. I can't wait to see no shit. God that sounds so cool. I've never been able to describe anything that i've done that and it's such an eloquent way. That sounds so makes people want to listen to it or watch it. Listen to sean. When was the last time you got in a fistfight. Be real be honest. It's been a long time. It's been a long time. It's fifth grade for me. I know you're not asking but it was. I missed is it. Fifth grade fifth extended fifth grade for many years in my own psyche. And i swung in a metaphor for my career. And hey sean penn You know first of all before we let you go. I have to say thank. You don't need to specify on the sean hayes. You're the doesn't need to god. Jesus i'm so sorry pen. Go ahead sean. Hayes sean penn. I have to say. I have to say thank you for being such an incredible voice advocate for the lgbtq community. Your portrayal of harvey. Milk was incredible to me and to millions of people around the world So thank you for that for such a Incredible incredible portrayal of an incredible man. I was very lucky to be able to do that. Yeah i read for it. I'm still waiting to hear. And then the other thing was when. I was a kid as an and all my teachers when i was a kid. Be like seon hayes. Like they didn't understand it until fast times came out and then people like i go. You've never heard of sean penn and then so thank you for allowing me in the midwest teaching people how to spell out of say my name so appreciate it i feel for you that it was sean penn and that character you know as a guy who grew up with sean connery and james bond. Yeah significance like you've never heard of sean connery. And sean penn. So thank you for that. And congratulations to all the educators from illinois. Thank you for not say the fucking name shots. I i agree as like how do you guys not not blistering indictment. Listen to sean penn. Man thank you so much for joining us wes. Absolute thrill an honor to have you on man. Just i let me let me just say you. All three are such extraordinarily talented guys. And when i when i heard you were doing a podcast whenever i first heard about it I thought to myself. I'm going to have to figure out how to use this podcast app. And i still haven't so this is essentially the first time i got to hear it and it was a and it's a lot of and i look forward to listening more and watching for you guys on the screen Super super great group. Thank you sean. Appreciate it slowdown anything. You're doing please keep doing everything you're doing. Thank you all that stuff and And being a nice northstar control blizzard. Cue thank you fucking all right. Thank thank you very much for.
"sean i" Discussed on SmartLess
"sean i" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"It's hard to even see you in a big comedy. You wish somebody would ask you to be one i would. I would love to be. I mean i love going to see a comedy. So i yeah if i if somebody thought i could be productive and and i would be interested i mean i have. It's have. I've been offered things but not not a lot not a lot going to do. We need to make that happen. It'd be a nice unexpected turn. I think he'd take that moving in your career. So you kind of indicated in the last cuts the hard won by incumbent. Yeah i mean you look at some of these. I remember when eddie murphy did Professor nutty nutty professor that that that wasn't for example in academy award winning performance. I just think it's ludicrous. The you know what. What some of these actors jim carey this several of them that do things that are just magic's as yeah they say it's harder to make people laugh and the alternative right. Yeah there's no lying about whether it's funny so where are you now. You just mentioned your sixty first birthday directing acting in this film flag day. How are you looking at where you are right now. In hollywood and the kind of work you wanna do you sort of indicated in the last couple of years that You know. I do things as they come up if i like them. But i'm not gonna i'm not gonna be cranking out films anymore. Is that a fair assessment of where you are. I think it's a fair assessment. But i also am looking at as everyone is what the landscape of the movie business is going to be especially as now that we're dealing with still dealing with a covered nineteen pandemic But even certainly preceding that where so few thoughtful movies were what were occupying screens. And i fell in love with this whole form as an audience going into the darkroom strangers and seeing things that were special not transactional one of the issues. That i struggle with. Is i think while it's so great the amount of Sort of the the democratization of access to the process with the amount of content. That comes is great. The diversification is great multi-culturalism of what we have access to is great but if it is a defacto town square. It's an awfully crowded. Wanna hear what anybody's saying. And when i fell in love with this you know if you went to see lenny. That was the special movie that everyone in..
"sean i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"To the eric metaxas. Show with your host eric taxes. Welcome to the program I've been traveling. I was in seattle and of course horrible. Horrible news In the last couple of days. So i wanna start there but before i start there. I want to mention that We have today as our guests mark greenfield We're gonna talk about current events He wrote a book called disloyal. How the military brass portraying our country. And i'll be speaking to on foyt. We don't know if we're going to get sean foyt in time to play him in our next segment. We're going to try to get sean foyt now. I should explain who sean foyt is. Yeah sean foyt has been to afghanistan He served the country He has been a missionary in places like afghanistan and iraq and north korea He is now many of you know. Part of a movement called let us worship and they have gone around the country. They've led outdoor worship events. Thousands of people are coming to faith finding hope Sean foyt is genuinely brave person. A lot of people who lead worship or ministry They avoid politics. He doesn't he doesn't really shrink from anything he's a hero and i become friends with him. I should mention. I did a podcast with him. I posted the video of it today on my social media and will post it again on my email but in that He was asking me what would offer do today. And that question keeps coming up over and over and over. So i won't discuss that with sean today but we will talk about current events in afghanistan But i was in seattle this this weekend and before we come to well. It's all mixed together. I was just gonna say. I wasn't seattle and i was asked by pastor alec rowlands who is At west gate chapel there to do this forum on sunday night. I preached Gave my testimony at both services on sunday morning but in the evening it was a huge event. There were like thirteen hundred. People showed up to to see him interview. Me and i think the first question he asked me and we. We sent this out with the email yesterday. So if you're not sign up for e mails shame on you. yeah eric metaxas dot com. Please sign up for that asap. But he asked me why it was that over the last years i become more politically outspoken. And i thought you know. That's a truly great question because everybody seems to wonder people think what happened to eric metaxas. Yeah well what happened to me. Is nothing in effect. i'm exactly the same. But i didn't feel a compulsion to speak out ten years ago in the way that i do now because circumstances were so different but when you have more than half the country wondering whether the man currently described as president was elected genuinely i would say this is called the crisis. It doesn't matter whether you think he was elected or wasn't the fact is that you have half of the nation more than half suspicious that he was not elected and i think to myself you can't have a democracy. You cannot have. America proceed with that kind of doubt about the most important thing an election for the man who's supposed to lead the country. So i was talking to pastor rowlands about this and how about writing bond hoffer kind of woke me up to the concept that you can't hang back bond hoffer hung back initially and he was eventually drawn in by circumstances to be more outspoken and more outspoken. So outspoken eventually that he went underground to work with german military intelligence to assassinate adolf hitler why he knew that hitler was murdering millions of jews. he knew that god would hold him accountable. They were in a war okay. This was not peace time. This was not. We're gonna kill the president. This was a war and he knew that the man leading the nation was brutally murdering and torturing under his watch millions of jewish people. I mean that's just part of it. But so he he was drawn in and it wasn't like he did it with glee but he kinda thought. Well i think you know. Imagine folks this is the forties. Now we're talking about so. I spoke to pastor alec rowlands about the idea that as the years of passing things have become. We're where bond offer was by any means in In the in the late thirties but the early thirties. Everybody thought why has he suddenly a taken this radical tack wisey talking about these things and he because of his experience in the black church in america. Here in harlem were in manhattan right now. He changed his views. He thought i've gotta be more outspoken on these issues. So i talked to the The pastor about that. And i put it up on social media. I hope you'll watch it. I hope you watch my podcast with sean. Foyt talking about. What would hoffer do today. Because we're living in radical times. Actually pastor role in said that in seattle he no longer takes guests like people who come to visit to downtown seattle. He says it's gotten so bad. I hadn't been there and like in five years that all the box stores have been shot. Macy's neiman marcus. Whatever it is. They they're shuttered. They're gone so it's kind of like. There is no downtown compared to what there was. He said i wouldn't go through pike's market without an armed guard. Now i you know i. They're homeless. it's just. It's kind of in a different place and so i think that when things change you have to say okay. Lord what do i do now. What do i do today. Speak up about a vaccine mandates. I think people should get educated about the vaccine because we can no longer trust our leaders. We have to think for ourselves because if we want to govern ourselves we have to think for ourselves. That's a very important point. So i wanted to mention that. I want to mention what's happening in afghanistan album. You saw the images. There were there were people. I mean biden. This is almost like a setup like gods set him up to give a press conference. I don't know month ago or whatever it what two months ago saying. This isn't going to happen. You not gonna images like in saigon. It's not gonna happen. Not going to happen and then boom here. It is images precisely like in saigon hundreds of people clamoring to get on flights out of this killing field. That's what it is. We know that the taliban are going door to door to find out. Did you work with the americans because if you did we're coming back and we're going to kill you that's what we left behind and it's and the images remind you of nine eleven where people were coming out of the buildings jumping out of the buildings people falling off these planes. It is so incredibly sad. That is the most har- that has those herbal thing. I posted that on twitter. I said how can it be that this is happening right now. Because we're all we have our lives the other day who was on this program alan dershowitz. He's i think biden is the right man. For how for peace said he's he's gonna he's combination or whatever like yeah he's come the nation by like sucking his thumb with the blanket. Like you know he's taking a nap. The nation is were in free-fall and we have projected such weakness that the taliban who has taken over and undone twenty years left knows how to steal an election but they don't know how to run a country. It's that simple. The left knows how to stealing election but they don't know how to run a country that is true. I'm gonna say true. We should put that in the ass metaxas on thursday. I'm gonna say true true or false true So anyway the but the image people clinging to planes as they take off. Can we imagine the level of desperation folks now again whether we ought be afghanistan or how we ought to be there but the fact is i also posted on twitter this morning clip Of somebody explaining exactly what we might have done and what people were counseling. The biden administration to do and what they didn't do. It is a It it's a nightmare. It's the verbal dumpster fire except it's much worse than that but it's projecting american weakness and so we're going to be talking about that today with both of my guests And sean foyt. And i will be involved While he's leading a lettuce worship event on nine eleven on the mall in dc Now when you look back twenty years on nine eleven it's going to be a totally different event so maybe we'll get general milley to speak. Just kidding hey folks will be right back. Maybe with sean foyt. If we can't get sean foyt we'll get him in our to And we've got mark greenfield as well. Don't go away at jazz lab folks. How many years have been telling you about relief factor. What like four. The truth is i know there are millions of people in fact some say over one hundred million people struggling with some kind of pain.
"sean i" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
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"sean i" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Totally frightens child stabbing himself. Hello hello vodka. The here iriarte camp granada the blood coming out of the body. Is it include drip a little droplets just often On a personal aside. Let me thank dave flemming. For his note we will certainly follow up on that. Thank you very very much. Wonderful announced today So i was going to talk today. Somebody i don't win. This conversation took place but it was with somebody who does not listen to this podcast and does not listen to the podcast because this person has no particular interest in sports and said well what you do is all sports right and i said no. It's not really not really all sports. No and he said well what what is it. And i said what sort of our lives. It's lives that day. So i will. I explained to him that what i was going to talk about. Today to begin the show was the shingle shot that i took on friday. I took for those of you who are not old enough to qualify for shingles shots. This is a particularly horrific skin. Disease that gets you in all areas of your body and is hot and makes you scratch and you scratch and it makes it worse sort of poison ivy. And it's thoroughly awful. It's a debilitating sort of external disease. Right it's nice. It's at the top of your skin. Adult chickenpox yes. It's really really lousy. And i have known some people who have suffered enormously with it and when you know anybody who suffered with it and you can get a vaccination against it at a certain age sixty and over you crazy not to like. You're absolute crazy not okay. Unless you're one of those people like novak djokovic who doesn't believe in any vaccinations whatsoever. God bless stay away from me. Okay so The latest shingles vaccine is a set protocol. You get the first shot and then you have to wait a minimum of months and a maximum of six months. Yep before you get the second shot in anytime within that window the second third fourth fifth month. It's good if you wanna wait. What every reasons are you know. I don't know I got mine the first one in early may and scheduled the second one at the behest of some friends. Who said just do this the moment you already just do it and and so i took the second shot on friday morning at nine fifteen at brookeville pharmacy on brookville road. Chevy chase maryland from sean. The the pharmacists there. Sean had given me the first shot. And i said to sean look. I'm hearing stories that the second shot is much worse in terms of reaction. The first shot and he goes. Yeah you hear that. I don't know i. I don't know but yes you hear that here and there and i said. Do you think that'll be the case with me. And he goes rightfully. I don't know and he said what did you have. The first time and i said in my left arm where i took the shot around the injection site. It turned very bright red for three days exactly and then disappeared then it disappeared. I had no fever. My arm heard it. My arm hurt. that's what happened. It was not inhibiting to the point. That i could not go to work or no. No feverish dreams. No i don't. I don't remember that but no fever and my doctor had said chris duke had said look to guard against whatever might happen. Make sure that you take tylenol. He was very specific about tylenol. Take tylenol when you get shot. Take tylenol if you feel anything. Tylenol will help you ward off any particular fever and drink a lot of water. We didn't say that. But i drink a lot of water anyway so i told the people that pti look. I'd love to do the show. But i don't know. I i don't know if i'm gonna be able to do the show. So they had somebody on standby in every hour. So i would call and say this is the update and by three o'clock or four o'clock. Three o'clock was the drop dead time for me to get off. The show by three. O'clock is okay. My arm hurts at the site but that was it And then saturday morning. So i did the show and i had no particular problem. I continued to take tylenol. I took one tylenol. Every four six hours nothing happened. I felt very fortunate about called some of my friends. One or two said it knocked them out. More of them said we were fine. You know so you pull the room right. You try to get a sense of what might happen to you so you prepare for those things. You're responsible for the next morning so it's like twenty four hours. I'm good luck. I'll play golf. I'm good well. That's what i take a cart. In case i get some sort of reaction i wanna be able to drive back and i'm good is in science. Great yeah well. Sciences great but science floats for example. When when you hear doctors say follow the science. You say okay. Here's the science on monday but by thursday. There's a report that the science is different. Sometimes anyway. I played yesterday to and talk to people about this. One of whom said the first one knocked me out for two days younger than i younger than i i. You this for me. Yeah the first one. I did not anticipate did take the second. I did not me out as well. I think i lost a total of like five or six days from both shots. so what. i'm what i'm now inclined to believe. Is what the second pharmacist. Joe told me on tuesday. When i went in tuesday or wednesday and i asked him what did he think would happen and he said what happened on the first shot. I told him he said the same vaccine. Same thing's going to happen on the second shot. And i said joe it's not going to be worse than he goes on. Why would it be worse. Sustain like because i got nine guys. Telomeres go now. It wasn't al. I think my arm is a little bit red near the site. Can you see. There's a little bit but it. But i had. I was very fortunate. Yes i was so fortunate. Michael knows the paranoia of my life. I was so fortunate that i began to believe. I did not get the vaccine. Nothing nothing was checked by the back door. Conversations late february continue. The shirt rolled down. Yes nothing nothing died. Got no vaccine at all. I'm very happy that you did not have the reaction i did know very tracy had a terrible reactions questions for you. Get when they have somebody on the line. Let's say you can't make it in. Does that person. Let's just call him frank yet. Just just hang on frank. Does frank ever text directly. Yeah you feel no no no. And he's we so tempted he's contractually obligated to x. amount of shows and if they say to him be ready for this one. I probably counts. I mean i don't know. I don't deal but i think that everybody wants me to do the show and i wanna i wanna do the show so in. This has happened with mike to at various times something may have happened to mike of dental surgery. Whatever and you just don't know if you can do the show. So i was very lucky. Very happy about it and the second question. This is the first sort of routine maintenance type of vaccine shot that you've had in the you know beyond your your covy vaccination. Was it odd as you're going through this being like this is something that's so like everyone knows a shingle saw shot. This is fine. This is normal. This is part of what we do. Are you sitting there going. How is it that we've created these two password some of this medicine. We accept on a daily basis. Some of this is still so politicized as we can't get over this bump to get people shot that's interesting. I would say that the only people probably yes. There is a dual path there and one has to do with with far more than the vaccine and one does not. I mean i think that anti vaccine people would say don't take the shingle shot. Yes but i think almost everyone else regardless of where they stand on the political spectrum would embrace the fact that if i take this thing i'm not gonna ching again. You're dealing with an older population. An older population that wants to you know doesn't have as much confidence in their bodies toward stuff off so i wouldn't. I would imagine that most people given the opportunity to not get shingles would take the shots and they would not associate it honestly with donald trump. What because that. That was the political as -ation of the co- vaccine without question. So i move on to the olympics. Which and i've said this to nigel into michael. It always says live. I don't know what's lives like in the bottom right. It says live nbc..
"sean i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"You've been to before covid hit and america became the mission field. Where where have you and your family been. Oh man i've we've probably been too close to seventy countries and You know a lot of those many times my daughter. I think she's ten. She's been to Probably forty so yeah we we've gone to a lot of places around the world but our heart really we have a. We have a couple of different Projects that we have around the world are ongoing. We have a project in iraq With the kurds and the zd's In in the refugees really from isis. So we've been there before isis the height of isis. And our still there. We have another project in india. Were rescuing think we've rescued about eight hundred. Seventy six children from temple prostitution. We really focused on the outer lying remote villages where the hindu radicals are selling kids into the Temple prostitution trade. And so we've done a lot of that you know. I've been to india twenty four times been iraq probably fifteen Course we'd been in. You know as i mentioned before china. North korea had a couple of chips into saudi arabia are heart really burns for related the remote dark tarred places. That's that's something that we've just always had a heart for. You know until kobe happened. I didn't really have a heart for america to be honest with you and but you know i have four little kids and you know as i look at them and as i look at the society the culture the that they're going to inherit it just makes me crazy like we have to do something. We have to take a stand. And so that's why the lord sentence into the heartbeat of portland during the riots. We went into chop the autonomous zone. Seattle which is pretty pretty much as crazy as the middle eastern country during war. I'll tell you that when we want to take a shot is very few people can believe what you just said. I happen to follow you a little bit. So i'm aware this you went into chop chas. The fake wacko is this sheer lunacy. Being played out in geography that people they it. They pretended that they took it over. And made an as if you could do that in your but the point is they were doing this. It was dangerous. It was scary was crazy. People are getting raped. You went in there and preach the gospel and lead worship. Yet was wild. I mean not not just knee. Listen the church of the pacific northwest showed up. We had over three thousand people that should have been shop and we took over cap. The capitol hill. I mean you could look at watch it on youtube. It was wild and you know it was what was powerful as the pastors. That were with me. Were so culturally diverse hispanic african american asian passers and so you know there was a large group of that was really violent. That was there was teeth Satanist groups of sickness nece. But when i had the african american pastors preaching jesus forgiveness repentance to the be activists. They didn't know what to do. They've never heard anything like that. You know it was so profound and we actually had. We actually had one of the sadness. Give their life to jesus we baptize them. Right there in shop and You know it started to get really really harry towards the end The teeth guys got really aggressive and And so we ended up having to after about two and a half hours ended up kind of dissipating but it was a powerful night and one on never forget. I'm just a honest. You know to st what god is doing and for me happened to me over and over in my life like i. I'm astounded by something but then further astounded by the fact that the news is not covering it and nobody knows about it. I can't think of any bigger thing to cover. Then what you've just been sharing with us. Most people listening to this program don't know anything about it Most people who don't listen this program definitely don't know about it so we just a huge blessing to have you. We're going to keep you over. Do another stagnant with you sean. Foy the biggest thing. I have learned right now. Is how to pronounce foyt f. F h t forty eight hundred eight. We'll be right. Back with sean foyt. Don't forget july third new york city. Love is earning and it makes okay folks. How many years have i've been telling you about relief factor. What like four. The truth is i know there are millions of people in fact some say over one hundred million people struggling with some kind of pain maybe from exercise getting older. That could do it getting older. Which is why. I am so impressed. With pete. and. Seth talbot they are on a mission. You rarely see this kind of focus and commitment seriously. 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"sean i" Discussed on Useless Wisdom
"If you say something serious in your wrong. Then you have repercussions for, but if you say something. Jokingly in you're wrong, there is no repercussions for it. That's false and it's the same thing like feeling really awkward situation you don't know what to do. So you're say whatever in a joking sense that's false. So even if you say something as a joke, you could have repercussions if you piss off somebody. Well. There's a portion of. The fear of. Being, wrong Right. When it comes to being serious. So, if you say something in a joking sense, I mean not and you're wrong you can say it was a joke listen not necessarily some serious in your wrong. Then you know you're you're wrong. You can pull the on joking card almost. Almost all the time and also like if you're talking about something serious and you have a fear of being wrong then that just shows that you don't know what you're talking about and you probably shouldn't be talking about it because if you knew what you were talking about, you wouldn't be afraid of being wrong. I'm not sure if that's necessarily correct because you can study. An entire book read it. Seventeen times and still misquoted you can make a mistake. Yeah. But that's like human nature. Nobody expects everybody to be fucking perfect. Does it not feel like shit when you get something wrong? No. Because at this point I've been wrong. So many times I am surprised when I'm right? I don't know if I was. Talking to you about this, but there's a a theory that. Let's say you're going through school and you never try through school. You're Kinda just breezing reason by and you're not trying to get straight as you. You could get straight as we wanted to but you're just breezing by. He. Let's say get like a CD average. So you're still passing. By, doing that you're not setting expectations for yourself, nobody is setting expectations for you because that's what you've always done. If you get straight as and you get a beer AC- or do bad on a test or something. It feels like the end of the world because your expectations are up here you getting straight as. Trying to call me out. No. Sean I call you out I would I would say that I'm..
"sean i" Discussed on Beer, Beats, and Business
"Power in a recording APP on my phone that Ford track. We used in the basement to make our first step. -solutely. So. It's all about technology making. Making the punk diy possible, which then used to rail against the technology. It's complicated. It's just a vicious cycle. My Gosh. Well, Hey, we could probably keep talking. I didn't even get a chance to ask you about beer. I know you've a lot of favorites. What's what's your favorite beer drinking right now? I I love pills ner. So I grew up drinking, you know very watery American beer, but there's a I live right by half. Acre. Brewery here in Chicago Oh. Okay. For sure great stuff and people love like the daisy cutter But I like the pony was going to say the pills near that. They have the to really really great stuff. I knew I knew you're going there. He said pills when you said half Acre. Tony and that's the thing. There's a lot of great pills now for sure. Yeah. It's not. It's not just like the cheap water watery stuff like most of craft brewers most breweries will have like a good pills ner. They might have good coal she right some of the lighter German styles and their delicious especially in exactly and we're getting there. So Yeah, I. Think I'm. I think I. can be excused for drinking that stuff that be my preference at least in this time of year. Yeah. We judge it all even though. A pills or is the exact opposite of what I've been drinking? As far as. Beers are concerned the dark beer. I can barely see through. Do like stout especially on a a winter day. Nothing better, and I can't wait till. We get a chance to have a style together on a cold winter day, which may be the next time we get to actually hang out in person. But I'm glad we got a chance to have this conversation I. Think this is probably a good place for us to to put a bow on it. Sean I. Always Ask at the end of my conversation with the What's tip? You'd give somebody to help them have a better day today. Well. This is a long-term tip and it's one that I'm trying to follow myself and I'm doing reasonably good job. So you mentioned some of my The books that I've written of written several children's books and. With my job I, don't really get a chance where I can. Sort of sit down and work for three or four hours at a time on projects outside of work. And also have a family I devote. This may sound ridiculous, but I devote five minutes every morning before I start work to. Outside project. In. The so inclined, it's really effective because sometimes it's five minutes have to do five minutes sometimes. I'll sit there and I'll get thirty minutes of solid work to high. But you have to commit to saying like I am going to do this and things get done I. I just finished. A draft of a new project. I'm pretty happy with and I did it with this with this approach, taking at least five minutes every day to to do a little bit of work on it, and you eventually make progress and it makes you. It makes me happy that that I'm to aid, devote the time to it, and then be something positive comes out of it whether it gets published or not. Who knows. But I'm happy with the end result. I. Love that in no matter what happens the rest of the day, you put your five minutes in Rick to to something that that has some value and. You were talking to a guy who definitely values incremental. Creation. So cool. Thank you for sharing that and what's a good way for somebody at in touch with you, they wanted to continue the conversation just email. ME S Callahan. Lincoln, DOT, com would love to talk to you. Fantastic, and we'll make sure to put all of your. Social media handles and links in the show notes as well as the link to the state of sales report as well and I. Also, of course, want to say, thank you to sketchbook brewing are gorilla sponsor for the day that's gorilla with a you not an. Avid drinking their turbulence, imperial stout, the exact opposite of bills. But so delicious. Thank you to everybody over at sketchbook. Fantastic and everybody. Thank you so much for spending a little time with us today. If you can't find sketchbook in your area because you're not in the Chicago land area, don't have an importer, you go support your local craft brewery, go support your local pub because they're small businesses..
"sean i" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"If it's an investing related topic, it usually means identifying often academic papers, but also things from the business press, but usually academic papers, and literally trying to identify cast as wide a net as possible as to what papers will be relevant and then I. I basically just try to read them all and as I'm reading them I'm trying to take notes so I have some mental references, so that's riding on the margins, and so on so forth and almost always have a legal pad near me, so I'll jot down notes and so I'll just want to bomb through that, and that takes time right in Bowie that there could be a lot of other things going on, I'll just allocate time to that overtime over some period. And then then the second phase is really trying to sit down with that legal pad, and just working is some sort of an outline for that so i. I I know some people right without outlines I. Don't know how those people do it, but I write everything I try to outline everything before I read it just so I know that I know where I'm going I. Know where wreck refer for back to materials on, and so forth I it just helps me and by the way struggle I mean sometimes these things look like they come out. Okay, but often it's a real to come up with an outline that that seems to flow least the way the way I would think about the topic. And I Sean I. I suspect this is true for you as well but a lot of time where? I'm I'm sort of working through. Those kinds of concepts is is usually like when I'm working out or something like that right like I'm doing something different, I'm walking the dogs or working out or or you know before I go to sleep or right when I wake up of these quiet or in the shower, right literally these quiet moments where? I posed the problem to my mind, and let the mind work through it, and eventually sort of like like turn it out, and then so then once I have the material. Read it. I've outlined Imbo as they go through. The outlines I'll refer back. You know paper acts this page. Go back to that, and then I then I try to. Put Pen to paper and the other thing that you know we are relentless about his editing, so not the first drafts I try to make them pretty decent, but we spend enormous amounts of time going back and editing and improving and refining, and that process I. think that most of us don't want to do that, right? You just want to hand your paper to the teacher and get an a but but you realize in the real world editing, and that it ration- processes really Really Vital y'all I'm smiling over here just because in preparation for this interview, which is what I mentioned. You I've been looking forward to for years so this morning I happen to take an extra long. Really visualize this conversation on then even yesterday afternoon a long walk because that is when I do my clearest thinking seems like very similar to you. I'd love to dive on some you. Your papers and we'll call them your white papers and you would know better than me. When you first started doing. It was around two thousand three. You first started publishing these. Probably some the ninety, okay, sure some of the nineties late nineties, but yeah yeah, so so multiple decades I'm wondering over those multiple decades. has there been much of a change in in terms of how you go about writing these? Do you feel like you have a more intuitive sense of how to uncover these problems in clearly synthesize them? I think so I think like anything in life. It's an accumulated. There's just more accumulated knowledge right so I just know more stuff and have seen more stuff and so could integrate.
"sean i" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"We all go through everything in La. But like where are you like? You've been to a super bowl? Three winning seasons two times in the playoffs. Were you a better where you better coach? Now than you were three years I think experiences to now be able to reflect back on continuing to not lose sight of that some of the good stuff, and then making sure that when you've lost or when you make bad decisions, less learn from those opportunities. We say it all the time. REPETITION is the mother of learning. If you're able to take it for the right things and I think these experiences, these reps that have accumulated over the last three years, the people that have been around have enabled me to grow, and there's no doubt that I feel better than ever, and I think this time and and I have talked about this and separate conversations Albert. But if you said what's the positive of all this? This craziness going on your more still than you've ever been. And I think that gives you an opportunity to really self, reflect and I think in order for you to be able to true. There's got be a self awareness self control that goes hand in hand and I'm hopeful that as we apply those things moving forward, it makes you a better leader, a better man in ultimately a better coach for all these guys. How much is last year, not you. I know it does right. I know how positive person you are. I know I know how you felt about the way last year and did and everything else like, and then you get thrown into this like just bizarre just a different year like I guess it's way to put it right in so many ways just a different year now. How much does last year still sit with you like? How much do you want to let it? Sit with you and? How has it affected the way that you guys are doing business now? Yeah. I think it's motivating. You know I I. Love It, I. Think it gives you a good positive motivation where we're never gonNA run away from the fact that we didn't live up to the expectations I, didn't do a good enough job, but shoot as a competitor. That's what drives you. I love it I can't wait for the opportunity to compete again, said connect back with our players to get out on that football field to apply the things that you feel like you've learned to get around some of these new coaches who I'm telling you and I've. I've told you this Albert these some. We got some studs that we added on our coaching staff this off season. That I think will really be very helpful in our players playing at a higher level, the command at UC from brand staley Kevin O'CONNELL. Hamas Brown is a rising star in this league. Who's going to be running back? Coach Jon. Bon Amigos got great Mansa we got some guys that I'm really excited. And then we got a whole lot of good coaches that have been here and You know it it. It doesn't know actually it motivates in a good way where it's like if you're not a competitor. If, you are a competitor. How does that not drive you nuts? And so is like killing you that you can't that. You have been out there yet. You haven't been able to have the guys out in the grass. It does because you realize how much you thrive on the interpersonal connections when you're present with guys I mean I'm sure. How exhausted are you from four hours? Zoom 'cause. You're yelling into computers. You know there's nothing like being in person. The energy that you have given out on the field. You know like we talked about this earlier he said I will. Would you want to get into Scouting or coaching? I would want to do that because what I love so much about. Coaching are the interactions with the players now I love football on giving wrong, but he said what's the best part about it? It's the relationships. It's the interactions with the players with the coaches that were really absent from right now, and that's where I just can't wait until we can report and hopefully get back to some sense of normalcy. If we're able to get this thing off man, it'll be great. Nobody'll be happier than need to be able to do it. Last thing then were Sean McVeigh Ten or fifteen years. Who has been? Hopefully still with the rams unless I've got myself, so worked up, that added. That wasn't feeling good enough to still coach. Do you worry about that at all? Because I've heard people around, you say that the only thing we worry about with Sean is that he could burn himself out, or is that on your radar? Absolutely, it is because you know who I've gotten. Have a great relationship with our debt has been awesome mentor to me as Dick for meal. And he's gone through. An can really share some insights where they were very similarly wired, even look at coach wall stocks about how he wished she had coach longer, but the burn out and and I think the biggest thing is making sure that you take care yourself. You get your rest understanding that working hard and working smart bill hand in hand. You know it's not a cop out to say sometimes you know the the working smart and efficient doesn't mean you have to work all these hours because you're able to more efficiently. Knock out that same amount of work by getting your rest. Rest you're able to be more patient? You have a better demeanor, so those are things that absolutely say I need to do a better job of managing that and I think this off. Season has given me a good framework for what I think can be applied now hopefully when we talk six weeks of the season I'm saying you know what I'm staying. System would that and that's something that I do need to be aware because if you're not careful I, just know the way that I'm going at it. You're like realistically. This isn't the right way to do it, but you're such. Such a your mind's always yeah, such grinder. I think it's kind of being able to step back. Be Instill like I keep saying is going to be a key thing and I am confident. That will be able to achieve a better balance will will lead to more sustainability moving forward. Mo-. Yeah, it's always like if something is like left undone. It just kind of gnaws at you, and you can't like you know what I mean like just like. There's something that you feel like you've got left to do. It's hard to be still and just leave that there for the time being. Being and not do it no doubt and and the other thing, too is what I've really seen from a lot of my close friends and know once you get to that point where you're going to get married next year. I obviously want to be able to have kids that perspective of right now. You got a real reason to live when you got a family Jim got something else. I think that balance and that understanding and appreciation for those things where it's not just all football will will help kind of towards a goal of just being able to sustain an NBA healthier overall. All right well Sean I. Feel like I had a gone. I could go for five or six hours talking about this shit with. That Sean mcvay the head coach of the rams. Really appreciate you coming out Sean I. Always enjoy appreciated Albert..
"sean i" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Name Shawna hi Sean I'm sorry I read it wrong how you doing okay I'm good how are you are you hanging in there so what's going on with you what I am saying and also I had a friend tell me something about bartenders you know being out of work that possibly you guys have a way of helping the Mao all I know my account to make out the show Dave they've been doing this really cool thing where they they've been tweeting out a different local bartender like every day and tagging the vin mo and cash app as sort of people you you know he's he's telling people to go again even if everybody gives a dollar trying to help them out so I know he's been trying to feature a different bartender everyday my character has a which is really really awesome okay okay because I heard something about that and I've been trying my hardest to do my part and help out in the community and but I've been out of work since the day it happened yeah yeah my day job too which is about eighty percent of my income so I we feel yeah yeah it sucks but I mean there's really there's nothing we could do but just try to get through it and and hopefully some of these these programs come through and we have the stimulus package that I read this morning it's they say three weeks of all star gets the money and so yeah yeah I don't what kind of what kind of work were you doing I'm bartending okay all right cool cool yeah I've been doing that for at least eight years now so gotcha do you what do you want to shout out where your bartender that sure yeah that we we when you go on the radio thing look I'm I've only been doing it for a minute yeah that way when you go back to work while the baby you know I'll get a group of us together we'll go out there and we'll just we'll just rain money on you okay so where is the where you at it's called logic and it's over in Largo Florida I have heard that actually they goes right around the corner from here all right cool the intent is that on over ten wears on Belcher and yeah yes I do okay I know exactly where that is okay so when everybody gets back and the bars are opened up we we got to go see Shauna at public Jake and over tempers so we can get everybody back because we need to get drunk you know outside of our homes definitely everybody in the country in right now there you will tweet at my counter if you're on Twitter at Mr my cal to it does give a give a little shout you know he might even you might get lucky and get get thrown up on his daily is daily bartender thing okay cool all right you have a great day you too bye seven two seven five seven nine a one oh two five eight hundred seven seven one one oh two five let's take a break we come back in to give you more local stories involving corona virus take more of your phone calls and rolled through three more hours of my fat boy ACA Happy.
"sean i" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Kind of cool when you can do a few cool thanks you're my hero Sean I grew up I wanna be just like you that why are you lying now we just wanting for your teeth you know it's kind of cold you know me I love to do stuff what do I need I don't need anything what you do this is the one thing about you that nobody knows you know if you do I don't wanna hear this incredible things for people all the time anonymously now that we've done this before like Velma came to visit us member that was fun yeah I don't know if it was fun though because I love them to pieces but finding Velma in the middle of I got lost hard hours of we had a few hours a concern where's Velma and company now all she wants is a spa day for her birthday that's all like his argue with the woman you know that that's actually a good choice okay you know what I never had in my life a spa day you know that I have in my life a spa day I'm there what I will never do that when because I don't like strangers touching me simple answer I asked Ryan in Wisconsin if you would ever want to spotting Ryan in Wisconsin would you ever want a spa day are you would have to agree with you I I'm not in mind this guy code stuff I don't get her out the people culture here it's just that I don't know okay Ryan so your comment Ryan well first of all I gotta give you give compliments your staff they are absolutely awesome and what you did for a living is is excellent well I just do real quick I wanted to know what your feelings are on you know the whole fight not so much Bloomberg anymore obviously but they seem to be fixated on Eden trump over and above anything else for you know helping the country what's good for the American people you know I mean Bloomberg and on his way out he entered the race to defeat Donald Trump and now he's leaving to help defeat Donald Trump and Biden coming back where St well this raises a bigger than the Canada thank you for the politics it's about beating Donald Trump what whatever happened to Hey we're in the race for the good of the country for the good of the American people the biggest advantage Democrats have into order in forty three days is exactly what you said they've only hated Donald Trump for three long years people are sick of it end Donald Trump has fought back and he's been successful for we the people his biggest advantage now I fly you to New York but you know you're not a kid that has a dream like that but anyway it's Ryan thank you my friend god bless our friends and and farmers in Wisconsin you.
"sean i" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Kind of cool when you can do a few cool thanks you're my hero Sean I grew up I wanna be just like you that why are you lying now we just wanting for your teeth you know it's kind of cold you know me I love to do stuff what do I need I don't need anything what you do this is the one thing about you that nobody knows you know you do I don't wanna hear this incredible things for people all the time anonymously now that we've done this before like Velma came to visit us member that was fun yeah I don't know if that was fun though because I love them to pieces but finding Velma in the middle of pedal that was lost hard hours of we had a few hours a concern where Isabel mine company now all she wants is a spa day for her birthday that's all like his argue with the woman you know that that's actually a good choice okay you know what I never had in my life a spa day you know that I have in my life a spa day I'm there what I will never do that when because I don't like strangers touching me simple answer I ask Ryan in Wisconsin if you would ever want to spotting Ryan in Wisconsin would you ever want a spa day are you would have to agree with you I I'm not in mind this is a guy code stuff I don't get her out the people culture here it's just that I don't know okay Ryan so your comment Ryan well first of all I gotta give you give compliments your staff they are absolutely awesome and what you did for a living is is excellent but I just do real quick I wanted to know what your feelings are on you know the whole fight not so much Bloomberg anymore obviously but they seem to be fixated on Eden trump over and above anything else you know helping the country what's good for the American people you know I mean Bloomberg and on his way out he entered the race to defeat Donald Trump and now he is leading to help defeat Donald Trump and bite and coming back with saying well this race is bigger than the tentative politics it's about beating Donald Trump what whatever happened to Hey we're in the race for the good of the country for the good of the American people the biggest advantage Democrats have into order in forty three days is exactly what you said they've only hated Donald Trump for three long years people are sick of it end Donald Trump has fought back and he's been successful for we the people his biggest advantage now I'd fly you to New York but you know you're not a kid that has a dream like that but anyway Ryan thank you my friend god bless our friends and and farmers in Wisconsin you know the ones with a lot of gray matter firing torpedoes at a wall of law this is the on Hannity's show Hey Sean Hannity here now let's take a quick break to talk about grass you got a yard to cut you need to try hustler turf zero turn lawnmower of these mowers are engineered to outperform their test that they're put through the ringer and then tested so more insuring the durability in the harshest conditions how many people actually dread mowing the grass don't be one of those people get a hustler today now to find a retailer near you just got a hustler turf dot com or just.
"sean i" Discussed on KTRH
"Of cool when you can do a few cool thanks you're my hero Sean I grew up I want to be just like you that why are you lying now we just wanting for your teeth you know it's kind of cold you know me I love to do stuff R. what do I need I don't need anything what you do this is the one thing about you that nobody knows you know if you do I don't wanna hear this incredible things for people all the time anonymously now that we've done this before like Velma came to visit us member that was fun yeah I don't know if that was fun though because I love them to pieces but finding Velma in the middle of pedal that was the hard part lost hard hours of we had a few hours a concern where Isabel mine company now all she wants is a spa day for her birthday that's all I can argue with the woman you know that that's actually a good choice okay you know what I never had in my life a spa day you know what I have in my life a spa day I'm there what I will never do that when because I don't like strangers touching me simple answer I ask Ryan in Wisconsin if you would ever want to spotting Ryan in Wisconsin would you ever want to spot day are you would have to agree with you I I'm not in mind this guy code stuff I don't get her out people talk to your sister and I don't know okay Ryan so your comment Ryan well first of all I gotta give you give compliments your staff there absolutely awesome and what you did for a living is is excellent Mister Anthony well I just do real quick I wanted to know what your feelings are on you know the whole fight not so much Bloomberg anymore obviously but they seem to be fixated on Eden trump over and above anything else for you know helping the country what's good for the American people you know I mean Bloomberg and on his way out said he entered the race to defeat Donald Trump and now he is leading to help defeat Donald Trump and bite and coming back with saying well this raises a bigger than the candidacy of politics it's about beating Donald Trump what whatever happened to Hey we're in the race for the good of the country for the good of the American people the biggest opposite vantage Democrats have into order in forty three days is exactly what you said they've only hated Donald Trump for three long years people are sick of it and Donald Trump has fought back and he's been successful for we the people his biggest advantage now I fly you to New York but you know you're not a kid that has a dream like that but anyway Ryan thank you my friend god bless our friends and and farmers in Wisconsin you know the ones with a.
"sean i" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Tonight great book out called don't become extinct join the sales evolution she certainly knows about sales in a lot of people I'm sorry blow smoke at you she doesn't she was a million dollar B. to B. buyer for over twenty years and check this out when I met Sean I found this out in two thousand and eight you founded an association of buyers whose annual spending exceeded check this out ready five billion dollars right so she's earned a seat at the table in fact she gets the head seat at the table I'm surprised Richard Branson everybody else's and just banging her door down to maybe they are I don't know but luckily she's joining us a shot a how are you I am great I would love it if Richard Branson would come calling from yeah I think so too a go to his island you know use that island we can hang out on his own okay okay with that be fine I love I love your title don't become extinct so let it's provocative what what do you mean when you say don't become extinct well I did as a research study and findings were shocking to me so it led me to make a prediction that within ten years eighty percent of traditional still people are going to become extinct because buyers don't trust them anymore and they're using outdated master and if they keep doing what they're doing they're just they're they're gonna be out of jobs so it's like a massive extinction to me and knowing that you saying that you know they're using outdated methods and if they don't change they don't adapt it except dress that's where the find themselves why do you think there is that reluctance to change because certainly lots of sales teams know that but they don't adopt these new methods right now what I'm finding is it comes from they come from higher up who haven't you know like maybe there's a an older leader who hasn't been on the frontline of sales in a long time it hasn't felt this shifting dynamic going on in buyers across all industries and so they say I hate that phrase it's a numbers game you just have to cold call more are you going to send out more involvement it's not about more any markets about shifting how you're connecting with buyers to buyers in Canada since when they're being sold to and we just we don't like that anymore you know exactly what authenticity rewind relationship I like that so how give us some tips on how should you connect with how do you develop that relationship what are some ways to do that we have to approach the buyer differently it used to be that you approach the buyer and your company first and then as a sales person and then you got to humanize yourself a little bit ask you knew the buyer for quite awhile and now it's it's completely flipped you have to come at the buyer as a real human being that flawed and fine and you know whatever is authentically yields and then you ease into the stealth mode because buyers don't trust salespeople they don't trust companies anymore they trust their peers they trust people that that are real and I'm done again you know and come out the in in a natural way and the one of the things I recommend this social proof you we hear this a lot nowadays is the real the real bug sprays you have to capture other buyers saying things about you and then share that with your prospect because your prospects don't believe what you say they believe what their peers K. even if they're complete strangers they believe the online or or whatever when you're pretending that social proved to them so it's it's a whole new game out there you can't just call Colin expected to think that yeah it's great it's great advice so it might be that you get a quotes testimonial for you when you say social proof or maybe even a video and and lets you don't have to be a speaker you don't have the broadcaster you could be a lawyer you could be an account you could be really in any field and frankly I get a little snippet of the video correct exactly and you use it on it brilliantly video is key we don't read anymore as a culture we don't read written testimonials and frankly we don't trust written testimony on because they can be faked we want to see a video of a buyer who's really happy with the product with the sales person with the company because we can we can trust back and we can see in their eyes and and you know if they're really happy okay I I trust this product a little bit more like you know you're buying a car you don't start that process by walking on the lot anymore you go online and see what other people say about that car in you do your research before you even talk to the sales person hello yeah it's a whole new game how you prevent their product how you present yourself and a it's fascinating to me it is it's fascinating to me as well because you you sat at the title don't become extinct joined the sales evolution don't involve you do run that risk of just being knocked out of the game right exactly yeah and there is there are solutions there are tools there are ways that you can do that so that it doesn't have to be brain damaged and doesn't mean working harder I feel bad for still people that think there's something wrong with me I just need to work harder now there's something a lot wrong with the approach that you're using this little tweaks can make you really successful and not have to work as hard as you get to spend more time with your family you get to make more money and you know all the things that I that we enjoy I like that spend more time with your family do you think you enjoy the lifestyle while one of the things that a lot of people talk about is linkedin linkedin you know and and in all forms of social media you can use that linkedin is is a sort of like a walking resume but you say in your book that the fourth most preferred way you can connect with buyers is through linked in a but you might be sensing that buyers are becoming more resistant to linked in as prospect as a prospecting tool and you're right why are they more resistant when really it's been so attractive to connect with people that way we did a fabulous tool it's still a wonderful prospecting tool but it's not as great as it was maybe five years ago because sales people have abused it and they've reached out centenar connection required in and started selling right away just using it completely the wrong way like a yellow pages and just you know it it buyers want to read your summary that is not a resume of how great you are it's a killer sales person you need to treat that summary to talk about your passion for what you do and what gets you up in the morning and and humanized that profile so it's not a resume and you reach out and make authentic connections on the tent and then buyers will will still be open to that but these generic request to connect followed by a sales pitch that's what kind of making a return less effective for the traditional self people so that's another way they need to about just change your approach slightly in of these are more effective on the day but still a great tool now with the the other thing is you know in talking about video video calls are really powerful aren't they because it's hard to hide who you are and that authenticity I think pours out even if you have a tough time with that of my right yes so I this is something that you know people think that guy my my preference tell you will not people think that these are for calling grandma and now all of this is one of the most powerful tools in your arsenal these days yourself person you want to do everything you can to get that prospect on video and you can even use tools to send video email that will actually get responded to because people are shocked and they it's hard to ignore a person in when you're looking at someone dies in a in a video email or on a video call it's it's harder to try to be a jerk and hit delete it your morning gains and that's good for the sales person to try to use a video in any way you can whenever possible but more authentic and humanizing yourself is the way that you're going to stay relevant were you you said the beginning Amherst English honest to gosh write a book called don't become extinct join the sales evolution can get it on Amazon for sure pick it up but you know spread the word to your sales team's it's an incredible book it takes you all the way through what we're talking about now you said in the beginning that you know it's a shocking amazing the information that you found out what was the most shocking thing you found out about where we're headed.
"sean i" Discussed on Startup Sales
"Hi everybody welcome to another episode of Startup Sales Today we've got a really great guest Sean Sykes he's the founder of peak sales recruiting and we're GonNa talk a lot about the hiring process of sales people you know he comes from a he was an individual contributor himself and went up to manage it is in how to decide if they have it or not we're GONNA discuss interview tips and everything in between for the hiring so really good episode I really look in as we help a lot of released hitch companies with building their sales process defining their IEP their pain points and even down to what get it to today's episode was Sean I know you'll enjoy it start-up sales is a podcast about what it's really like to get a business off.