35 Burst results for "Shuster"
Keuchel Crisp Thru 7, Leads White Sox Past Rays 3-0
"Dallas Crichel into relievers combined on a six hitter is the white section out the rays three nothing cockle went the first seven innings allowing four hits with five strikeouts and one walk improving to six and one on the season Michael was happy with the victory I'll definitely take this one I felt really good come out of the gate I knew I had my work cut out for me and then and I'm just glad we got the win and I was able to contribute more than more than the first two months Liam Hendricks finished up notching save number eighteen ostensibly the Sox got a solo home run from Adam main goal and an RBI single from Danny Mendix with the third run coming in on an error with the victory the Sox have won five of their last six while the rays saw their four game winning streak snapped David Shuster Chicago
MLB-Best Rays Power Past White Sox; Glasnow Exits Early
"Austin meadows Brandon Lowe and Randy arose arena all hit home runs as the rays defeated the white Sox five to to the game pitting the two teams with the best records in the major leagues Loewen arose arena hit solo shots while meadows was a two run blast that came in the first inning meadows anticipated a good battle we know it's gonna be a tie game and especially with you know the two top teams going at it we know that you know it's going to be you know game a few runs are you know one big error home run will you know do the job J. P. FireEye's and picked up the win in relief he improved to three and with lance Lynn now seven into suffering the loss the rays have won four straight while the white Sox saw their four game winning streak snapped David Shuster Chicago
Andrew Vaughn Helps White Sox Rally Past Blue Jays 6–1
"Andrew Vaughan homered and drove in a pair of runs as the white Sox rally for a six one victory over the blue jays Vaughn solo shot in the seventh tied the contest and his sac fly in the eighth was the go ahead run leading to a five run frame until that seventh inning Robbie ray was brilliant for Toronto as he struck out thirteen with no walks Carlos wrote down meanwhile pitched out of one jam after another before departing Garrett crochet we ended up with the wind for the white Sox who have won four of five meanwhile the blue jays have dropped three of four David Shuster Chicago
Contreras Homers Off Lester as Cubs Beat Nationals 7-3
"Of the Baez Jason Heyward and Willson Contreras all hit home runs as the cubs defeated the national seven three all three of the home runs came off losing pitcher Jon Lester who was a teammate up until this season before signing as a free agent with Washington speaking of former teammates Kyle Schwarber who also played for the cubs he went deep for the nationals as they trade Turner Albert els away went five innings to get the win over Leicester as the cubs moved back to the five hundred mark with the seven three victory David Shuster Chicago
Abreu, Dozier Collide, Royals and Chisox Split Doubleheader
"Andrew Vaughn hit his second career home run is the white Sox defeated the Royals three to one for a split of a day night doubleheader one is seeing increased playing time of late and feels he's coming around I could say it's a group I mean it's getting in there every time being ready every single pitch and just putting good swings on it now yeah start you can really get a patch available harden you know you just go there and you challenge yourself every single time one played first base in the night cap because Jose Abreu who and hunter Dozier collided in the opener does your immediately went on the injured list well Bray who is being listed as day to day the Royals snapped their eleven game losing skid in the opener with a six two victory Liam Hendriks picked up save number eight in the nightcap as the white Sox have won seven of eight David Shuster Chicago
Davies, Pederson lead Cubs over Pirates 3-2, 4th win in row
"Zach Davies and three relievers combined to get the job done as the cubs defeated the pirates three to two Davies pitched seven shutout innings and only had one strikeout but his sinker was working witnessed fourteen ground outs games like this trying to keep the ball on the grounds as much as possible and just trying to get bad swings think that's where I succeed the most is when you you have often on swings and guys I put the barrel on the ball as much the cubs scored solo runs in each of the first three frames the cubs totaled nine hits on the afternoon with Jack Peterson leading the way with three singles to go along with that RBI and one run scored rex brothers got the last out in the ninth inning for his first save as the cubs have won four straight David Shuster Chicago
Bruins Beat Rangers 4-0 for 5th Victory in 6 Games
"The Bruins are within four points of the east leading penguins with two games in hand after Patrice Bergeron scored for the fourth straight game helping Boston down the Rangers for nothing tonight was about us making sure we're playing the way we want to play and everyone coach contributing and and and I thought we did that Jeremy Swain and needed to stop only fifteen shots for his second career shutout Jake DeBrusk Charlie McEvoy Brandon Carlo also scored in the Bruins fifth win in six games Brad Marchand and David great she had two assists apiece for the Bruins who allowed just seven shots over the first two periods Igor Shuster can stop thirty shots in the Rangers fifth loss in a row I'm the ferry
Kershaw Goes 1 Inning in Shortest Start, Cubs Top Dodgers
"David Bowie came through with the game winning RBI single in the ninth inning as the cubs defeated the Dodgers forty three for a double header sweep the lead see sawed throughout with Ellie tying it at one in the seventh time Max Muncy is home run and then they took a three one lead in the eighth inning with Justin Turner also going deep but healthier by is tied at three with a two run blast of his own before bodhi came through in the night in the opener to Clayton Kershaw lasted only one inning his short distance ever in the regular season the Dodgers have now lost eight of ten David Shuster Chicago
Pollock 8 RBIs, Beaty 7 RBIs, Each Slam as Dodgers Bop Brews
"AJ Pollock and Matt Beaty both had monster games is the Dodgers crush the brewer sixteen four Pollock hit two home runs including a grand slam driving in eight runs while BT also had a slam and drove in seven this was the first time in twenty one years that a pair of doctors it slams in the same game with Adrian Beltre in Shawn green doing it back in two thousand BDM Pollock combined for seven of Ellie's eighteen it's making a winner of Julio your reus Alec Bettinger suffered the loss allowing eleven runs over four innings I'm David Shuster
Cubs Beat Mets 4-3 on Heyward's Single in 10th
"Jason Heyward came through with the game winning RBI infield single as the cubs defeated the Mets four to three in ten innings for a three game sweep Hey words base hit scored have your bias as the cubs moved to the five hundred mark the cubs managed only six hits with Kris Bryant contributing a pair including a two run double in a three run third the Mets also only had six hits with Pete Alonso notching his fourth home run of the season in relief Dan Winkler got the victory over Edwin Diaz David Shuster Chicago
Cubs hit by 4 more pitches, Braves hold on in 9th to win 5-2
"Marcell Ozuna had three hits as the Braves defeated the cubs five to two with Atlanta winning its second straight game it was a chilly long afternoon with the game lasting just over four hours Josh Tomlin in relief picked up the victory over Zach Davies whose ERA is now over eleven and Will Smith pitched the ninth inning for save number two as for the cubs Willson Contreras hit a solo home run and they did get hit by four pitches but they were all for nine with runners in scoring position and they left twelve on base David Shuster Chicago
White Sox LHP Carlos Rodón Throws No-Hitter Against Indians
"Carlos road down to the major league second no hitter this season just missing a perfect game as the white Sox blanked the Indians ate nothing are dominated and it was so good I've never really done not under done enormously well at least in it feels good to say I I did it well done it was overcome numerous injuries and surgeries struck out six and only lost the perfect game with one out in the ninth inning one hit Roberto Perez on the shoe top row downs no hitter follow San Diego's Joe Musgrove who threw a no hitter of his own just last week offensively the sax batted around in a six run first inning taking some pressure off road down the road down was the story on this night throwing the white Sox second no hitter in two seasons David Shuster Chicago
Ryan Pulock Scores in OT, Islanders Beat Rangers 3-2
"The islanders pulled out a three two win over the Rangers on Ryan Pulock schools seventy three seconds into overtime the aisles blew a two nothing lead before Pullach netted his first goal of the season Kalpetta merry JG Pageau scored in the first period for the islanders who have won eight of eleven and R. eight two one two at home Ilya Sorokin stopped twenty four shots and improved to eleven three and one this season including a don't know what home Igor Shuster could finish with twenty nine saves for the Rangers fifteen coming in the first period the aisles remain tied with the capitals for first place in the east division I'm Dave Ferrie
Peralta pitches 5 innings as Brewers blank Cubs 4-0
"Freddy Peralta into relievers combined on a one hitter is the brewers blanked the cubs for nothing Milwaukee jumped out early on a first inning three run blast from Travis Shaw Toronto saying the early offense was a nice gift within days so there's different you know that we I have I know that I have to be competing for keeping game will sit on the walk in there and live close by is different when you know you're going to need to win the first five innings giving up just one hit a double to Kris Bryant while walking four and striking out eight Brent Suter and Brad Boxberger then tossed the final four shut out innings with the victory the brewers improved to two and three on the still young season while the cubs fall to three into David Shuster Chicago
Florida State beats Colorado, reaches 3rd straight Sweet 16
"Anthony polite scored a game and career high twenty two points is Florida state advanced on defeating Colorado seventy one fifty three polite to average nine and a half points a game during the regular season had the hot hand all night long shooting eight of twelve from the field including four of seven from three point range the Seminoles will next face Michigan led by only four at the half but pulled away over the final twenty minutes Colorado meanwhile scored ninety six points in their opening win against Georgetown but could never get on track in this game and they played under the dark cloud of the knowledge of the mass shooting near their campus back in boulder Colorado I'm David Shuster
Boxing great Marvelous Marvin Hagler dies at 66
"April fifteenth nineteen eighty five Marvin Hagler and Tommy Hearns stage one of boxing's greatest fights it only lasted three rounds but it was nonstop action from the opening bell until Hearns finally was staggered along the ropes with referee Richard Steele calling a halt to the bout the buildup was massive with Hagler noting there was bad blood and I can you change the title of the trying it was a slugfest but the animosity was gone by fights finish his name is referring to and I think that's right there was the highlight of my career both had great careers and both are in boxing's hall of fame I'm David Shuster
Blackhawks score on 4 of first 8 shots, beat Stars 4-2
"Scoring four goals on their first eight shots the Blackhawks defeated the stars fortitude Dominique believe Carl Soderberg Duncan Keith and Alex DeBrincat all scored for the hawks who snapped a short two game losing skid for Keith it was his first goal on the season and he says the team is improving we're just going to continue to keep building and you know we've we started out having a good training camp and and I think we settled in pretty good and you know I think we believe in ourselves as a group Patrick Kane appearing in his one thousand first career game notched a pair of assists giving him forty points in twenty eight games this season and that puts him third in the league scoring list Kevin Lincoln and stopped twenty eight shots as the hawks in stars split their mini two game series I'm David Shuster
Stars score early and often to dominate Blackhawks 6-1
"Scoring early and often the stars defeated the Blackhawks six to one year well T. V. Ranta scored one hundred seconds into the game and the rout was on also scoring for Dallas was Jamie Oleksiak John Klingberg Joe pawelski Esalen dell and roll pagans Anton Khudobin stopped twenty one of the twenty two shots against them as Dallas won for just the second time in their last seven games Patrick Kane appeared in his one thousandth career game for the Blackhawks who have lost three of four I'm David Shuster
"shuster" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"Again. I a curious talk to you often. See how many people say these exact same answers but I've used a bunch of us. Calm dot com. I've used insight timer But i like inside timer because of the variety of the the content in it. Yeah i like it too. It's really become popular. It's a great app. I i think i agree with you completely. Well it's been fantastic to have you on the show. Dr richard and i appreciate that. Yeah i appreciate what you're doing in the world you know. Can i do something for your audience to is just a little bit of greg grateful. I always am grateful to to speak to audiences and Really want to do something that helps everybody listening to this. Be better than they were the day before. And so i kind of alluded to it. But i've got a technology platform and something that's really cool and especially now in a covert world. It's called the powers and what it does in five minutes uses algorithms to determine the three things in your life where you're going incredibly well in three things that are challenges for he'd really helped you achieve balance because Certainly mindfulness about balance. And there's different terms for like like equanimity is her word but I i'd like to offer a little treat so if you use the code. Mindfulness mode let me give you the all if you go to seek your powers dot com and use the code mindfulness mode. We have a new companion app. So i'm hoping if you ever asked me that question again I'll say well my app but what this what. This app is is pretty cool. It's an ai accountability partner to which basically the the results of your assessment get fed into this app automatically and you have essentially an artificial intelligence asking you questions. Are you getting enough water a day. Are you doing your breathing these different areas and so if you use the code. Mindfulness mode we're going to give everybody a month that for free. Wow that's exciting. Thank you very much for doing that. Doctorate. should i know a is becoming more and more popular in like people feel like. Hey there's no risk. I can go on. That and i can answer the questions that i can learn about myself and i don't feel like i have to be vulnerable and i mean it's good to be vulnerable. Sometimes you're times when it's not good to well it's interesting i know we're we're going over time and getting off topic a little bit but the the research has shown that there are a large number of people that are more comfortable using an artificial algorithm than actually talking to a coach or counselor because it takes the kind of personal thing so You know everything that that we build is built to help people so check out the powers if you if you buy the power is ready to give you a month of that app for free when it comes out In q four and just just an honor to be on your show to connect with your audience and You know would love to continue adding values of. let's let's. Let's stay in touch and do this again sometime okay. Well it's been an honor to have you on the show as well dr richard and seek your powers dot com where we go and we use mindfulness mode as the as the promo code. So thank you very much for that gift and all the best to you. Thank you so much. Okay bye now. Hey thanks for listening today mindful. Try hope you like this episode with dr richard. Schuster a shoutout to the cascade hypnosis center if you're having challenges with a painful past maybe you.
"shuster" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"A that's a really bad idea. I totally agree but mindfulness oats. It's interesting right. Like i've never really been very good at just crossing my legs sitting in a in a sinful posed like rafiki in the lion king and just letting the universe happened to me. So you know i. I've got a mind. That's very hard to turn off because i've always got a million ideas and thoughts and i get very excited very easily and kind of shiny object syndrome so It is hard for me to meditate in the traditional sense. but what's really neat about mindfulness. As that i recognize it. It's more about just being aware a kind of turning turning your senses on to where you're really thinking about sound sensations which you're seeing what you're feeling how my reacting to this because that's really what allows me one when there are stressful things and everybody's got stressful things To be able to we ride this wave to be able to just say okay. You know this is something that's going to be passed and it's kind of like when i go into that mode and something's going on like the puppy has destroyed something of value or whatnot and that happens often. Now is to then begin a debriefing routine and to to do these calming things. You're even just in just going through on my headphones and put on You know Insight timer or something just for a few minutes and breathe So it's i think. Meditation and mindfulness is different for different people. And everybody's got a little bit different approach. Right and dan harris has something. That's a little bit different than juliana. Ray that's a little bit different than emily fletcher. And so there's not one true way to do it however you can send yourself however you can get yourself to a point where you can be aware of the emotions and really stand back and objectively or at least as best you can in that moment objectively view them. That's what matters you know. There's you know. I get very skeptical of people who said well the only way to do. No there's no paths that lead to this and if you find one that works for you that works for you and that's cool. Yeah yeah i agree you have a fascinating ted. Talk ted ex talk. And i just wanna ask you. If you'll share a little bit of your tax talk with us. You talked about a a devastating incident that happened in your life and if you could just kind of fill us in a little bit on that sure yes and that was. That was my first miracle moment. I was in an near fatal car accident in which i broke spy. And that is and i got extremely lucky again If that if that fracture point had been just a little bit higher. I would have been paralyzed from the neck down as a quadriplegic. Just been a little bit lower. I would have been paraplegic paralyzed from the waist down And i can walk. And i can do everything and i am very very lucky that That began shift for me. Because i talked about this. And ted talk like i was brash. i was obnoxious. I was in title. And this was like in my vary might early mid twenty s I had won a government contract. That i had no business winning. And so all the sudden this young hotshot contract with the department of defense to build the pipe for their medical records for the army between two military bases and I was going to be the next big thing right early. Thought i was. Yeah i would literally get on ebay. I would start googling yachts and private islands. That was good. I made it through so absurd. Thank about it in hindsight and then this accident happened. And what's really interesting about near death. Moments this in the movies. The hear the phrase. I saw my life flash before my eyes. Let's not really what happens. Actually there's a phenomenon known as tax like you and it. It's more of a you become neo in the matrix and everything slows down. And so i. I had this three second experience where the car hits me and i'm sent spinning into oncoming traffic and crashed into a telephone pole. That's the only thing that stopped me was a telephone pole. I smashed into three seconds and yet it was released. Surreal because number one. Even though the my center console is just being crushed into my ribs. i don't feel any pain My windshield is shattered. And it's glasser flying through the air. And i'm looking at them like these. Things are in slow motion like literally. It's like you know putting your phone on one hundred twenty frames a second shooting video. That's what it was like for me. And i had this internal dialogue with myself and it wasn't that i was bargaining With a higher power to save my life. I was resolved. The fact that i was just about to die. That that was an assuredly he Said a word assured and i i was dead and i began thinking about what that meant that my parents who i knew. Were out with friends on a saturday night. We're going to get a call that i was dead. My brother friends and reflecting The watch i was wearing and the car. That i was driving and i wasn't taking those things with me. And there's more to it than this. But but i want to respect time of course but that. Put me on a path to where i in there were some happenstance moments with that too but that i automatically shifted from. How much money and stuff can i acquire to. How can i do more for others. How can i be more altruistic. And then i go into a little bit of the science the neuroscience of altruism and why why that matters so It was and the ted talk to was wild. Because i usually when i'm booked to speak i'm booked like most speakers. Months and months had advanced to keynote event or something and The ted that that entity had contacted me and encouraged me to apply for the tax in february and they knew who i was and they wanted me to apply so i didn't know for sure that i would get that's a pretty good sign when the event organizer in wants you to do it and i didn't hear anything for months and i just presumed well cove it right and then They emailed me and they said well we've decided to do it. Virtually and i'm set up for that. I mean i've got the green screen and all that stuff but They gave me that. They said okay. We need you to submit the talk in one week in and have it turned in as a video no no later than one week thereafter so. I had two weeks to write and do this. So that was pretty stressful. But i'm i've gotten a lot of really really cool feedback from and i in a lot of people said that it's been beneficial for them so In the end it was a neat experience. That i'm grateful for that now. You've had another experience more recently. A health scare. Tell us about that. Dr richard yeah and That was very unexpected. So i I had suffered a stroke Almost impossible for me to conceptualize that so a two thirty in the morning in june. I sh- i woke up. And i didn't like feel pop in my head is some people do. But i was literally. Like i was thrashing around in this bed like a fish out of water and i felt hot. I felt anxious. I felt any physical sensation like this. My mouth felt weird and it was just just out of it and instinctively. I grabbed my wife's pillow in the yanked it out from under her head and My wife let's much like most wives values her sleep and was not really happy that i did that And rather than say something wrong. I need help for whatever reason the words that came out of my mouth at time were. I'm sorry. and she you know grunted and roll their eyes and went back to bed. And i went back to bed with my brain bleeding and what probably saved me was our puppy. Coca puppy Started barking at five thirty in the morning. So now my brain's been bleeding for three hours and it's my shift right. It's like a baby. Who takes the dog out at so. I stand up an unsteady. But i attributed this to the benadryl that i had taken the night before. I'd an antihistamine. I was a little bit allergic. And so i go downstairs and the dog crate training him and failing miserably. Bruce i might add that and so.
"shuster" Discussed on The Trip
"The Berlin stint. I. Think Over Beers we had discovered. Commonality which is That at various times when the magazine had offered, Berlin we both counteroffer with something with much better weather. I told when they they'd give me when I was leaving. They were like you should go and move to Berlin and be the bureau chief there and like how about Madrid Spain seems and they just kind of laughed and we're like, no one cares about Spain. It's all Germany. I disputed that very unsuccessfully. Athens. Just. Sort of pulled out of my hat. Because great, weather great food. just after Moscow that that seemed really important and the editor who was making the decision was basically said, don't push your luck. What other language skills you have again, you know language language language. Is So key to journalism like location for real. Estate. I said I had some German in college and he's like Okay Berlin. It is for you and I was like well, yeah. Okay. You know and as he said, I already lived here for a year on a scholarship I had a connection to the place in that sense I studied German in in college and it kind of came together. Yeah. Felt like fate. You going to move to Williamsburg own work at Time Magazine's office. What are you gonNa Miss. About. Berlin. Yet, the people I think cities go through these cycles and Berlin is a kind of peak that I'm GonNa. Miss It. It's it's a point when. You know the the real estate is still cheap enough that it attracts really interesting creative people and there's also a critical mass of really interesting creative people, artists, designers, writers. Coming from all over the world attracting people like them. So so there's this amazing international community right now and it's still. Affordable enough for them live here, thrive start families. The social safety net also helps because. Healthcare and childcare's basically free Berlin in this really amazing point in its development where it's extremely international and extremely creative. and not yet. Taken over by by corporate interests in big money there, it's actually still quite a port city. You know the the former mayor famously said, it's poor but sexy and I think that's still holds its changing. And certainly the old timers who are here like in the nineties and early two thousand say that it's completely transformed and there's an apple store to here and you know that that can't stand But New York is definitely in a very different place. I stop when you and I are in town together. Let's go out to guest house in Brighton Beach. Get reconnected with that West San Francisco. Russian Jew crew vibe. They'd one thing I will say about New York it. It never disappoints and as far as. Just these little these little day trips you can take. The excursions into the entire world yet that's kind of Russia that doesn't exist in Russia anymore sort of conserved like like a can of sardines in Circa Nineteen ninety-four. So I can't wait to visit again I go back as often as I can when I visit. Spot well, we'll see you on the. Boardwalk. In Brighton Beach Thank You New York, city till we meet in Brighton. All right man. Thank you sign. The trip from roads and Kingdoms is hosted by me and Thornburgh music. By Dan, the automated episode illustration by day's. Show artwork by Adele. Rodriguez executive producers, me and Matt Golding also of roads and kingdoms. Audio and production help on this episode by Alexa Van and sickle. Thanks again to Simon. Schuster who has been busy in the pandemic now based in New York City, he has been investigating former Texas governor and trump energy secretary Perry. Some very shady looking gas and oil deals he made with Ukraine. I will put the links to his investigation and the podcast that Time magazine and propublica based on that work in the show notes. The next episode on this feed will be on Thursday October eighth I will be back in Appalachia on that two thousand and nineteen road trip. To talk with Kevin Forrester the man who inspired the entire affair. Kevin is an old friend who has taken me around the hills and Hollers of his hometown Damascus Virginia. Many times over the years. And though I probably shouldn't say this for some. Pretty obvious legal reasons. There is a chance that he might have distilled incredibly high proof and high quality illicit moonshine that we drink together on the porch or that episode. We will meet you there..
"shuster" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Shuster told week TV that she came prepared I brought a mass just in case and hand sanitizer the venue did not require masks but did limit capacity to fifty percent then check patrons temperatures with forties news I'm John McQuiston from the Florida central credit union almost traffic center drive remains lettering Danbury highways as we get further into the evening two thirty five serving up to speed throughout the bay area at this time some of us also looking good both north and southbound lanes and I forward looking good both east and west the cell exposes importing any major problems in or out of downtown Tampa at this time with veterans is clear all three citrus county just be careful if you're on Gulf to bay heading up towards Clearwater beach right now there is still plenty of traffic coming up towards the water Carl Z. newsradio WFLA any isolated thunderstorms lingering this evening will dry out overnight lows fall to a muggy seventy seven by Sunday morning Sunday afternoon we could see a few more thunderstorms developing still mainly inland but rain chances bump up to a thirty percent range it's a stay pretty typical between thirty and forty percent each afternoon through the middle of the upcoming weekend highs will stay in the low nineties on the water tomorrow east winds turning west at about five not Spain inland waters smooth with a news channel eight meteorologist Amanda Holly news radio WFLA streaming on your Amazon echo and over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at the latest updates on the corona virus the economy and Florida news at the top and bottom of the hour on news radio WFLA this is an N. B. C. news radio special report demonstrators are making sure Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is hearing their voices Jim Forbes has more activists surrounded the Republicans Kentucky home on.
"shuster" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Made the big time Jared Shuster age twenty one has been picked up by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the Major League Baseball draft Shuster pitched for new Bedford high school before transferring to Tabor academy to finish up his high school career in college Shuster starred while pitching for Wake Forest he's also an alum of the illustrious Cape Cod summer league Shuster was the number twenty five pick an Ohio murder suspect has been arrested in fall river Troy Duncan capers is accused of shooting a man and killing him in a January bar fight in Columbus federal marshals got a tip that that thirty seven year old man had fled to Massachusetts capers was picked up yesterday morning around six AM and an apartment on Park Street that was a collaboration between state federal and local law enforcement a spate of car crashes on Cape Cod Wednesday morning in Dennis an eighty seven year old man was killed in a collision with a box truck Tuesday night a driver in dog were extricated after a vehicle rolled down an embankment in west Barnstable and Wednesday a seventy seven year old woman from sandwich drove her S. U. V. straight into her doctor's office in south Yarmouth of the woman is expected to be okay but police reported her as an immediate threat to the registry of motor vehicles Taunton's new state rep has been sworn in at the state house Democrat Carol Doherty won a special election last week door he remarked that school funding in communities across the state will be a challenge this year due to covert related budget shortfalls stories on the school committee in Taunton she said taught in schools are looking at making four point five million in cuts you must start with chancellor Robert E. Johnson has announced he will resign on September fourth a press release from the university did not say why but the university touted Johnson's accomplishments including major blue economy grants construction projects in the expansion of the nursing program in sports the red Sox picked up a high school second baseman from California Boston chose Nick York with their seventeenth pick in the MLB draft the draft ends with rounds two.
"shuster" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond
"February of Twenty fifteen. He goes ten in one with a loss to team pushover pushover in route to winning. Us nationals During which he went five and Oh against high performance program teams on April third. He finishes fifth at Worlds after losing a tiebreaker against Aku Pasta and Finland. He finishes the Season Twenty first in the Order of Merit the best by an American team with Heath McCormick finishing twenty fourth. In Craig Brown's finishing twenty fifth on May Twenty second of Twenty Fifteen Schuster's entire team gets accepted into the high performance program the US USA curling announces. The high performance program has been expanded to seven teams adding an extra minced team for season. Twenty fifteen twenty sixteen with three men's teams finishing the season in the top twenty five on the World Curling Tour Order of Merit. This decision was a logical step. However juts just months later the goalposts would be moved again for Schuster on August. Twenty first two thousand fifteen. Usa Curling announces the new format for the Olympic curling trials for the Yongxing Games says the field will be a minimum of three teams and a maximum of five teams each for men and women the final procedures are currently being drafted in consultation with the US. Olympic Committee and Stiller finalized..
"shuster" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"A lot of guidance for me I had a question about Shuster shot so I ask but Hey Jamie agree detailed answer but on top of that he said if you ever need anything give me a call I'm a Big Brother they are truly hate having discussions about who will win one wanted there are stairs says a cold you be Michael one one I feel like you know which you get from me is from him I will give five championships here without him as he guided me so much she gave me so much great advice that part of that episode was so surreal it's so surreal to see Kobe talking like that and you know that he's not actually here anymore that will never not be surreal and as much as you can see Jordan's love for Kobe at the memorial and think about that for a minute not even watching Mike in this episode and how hard core Mike is is it amazing to see him just dump employ that emotion the way he did the memorial for Kobe tells you how strongly he felt about Kobe and you see that but then you see that clip last night you could see the love and respect flowing from Kobe back to Mike quote I don't win five championships here without him and quote is pretty much the highest praise you will ever ever here I've never heard Kobe say anything like that before and then you have the episode shifting to the Dream Team experience and of course we're talking Dream Team in this doc then we're talking about not the guys who made the team but we're talking about the guy who did not make the team according to Jordan where ninety.
"shuster" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"Legacy find out well remember you can chat about this only past episodes on our facebook page just look leadership loyalty podcast guess meal is the relevance please go that rates review and subscribe to the channel you can also catch nontraditional radio stations across my guest on this episode is don't job Richard Shuster Dr Richard Shuster is a clinical psychologist he is a keynote speaker. CEO OF MAS industries in the host of the daily helping Dr Richard Shearson in the food full the brain knowledge from the experts tools to win at live which is regularly downloaded over ten job one hundred countries to which I was recently honored to be a guest his mission is to help people become the best wishes of themselves as open the world a better place he's slowed after media expert Dr Rigid Schuster's expertise podcast have also been featured in many publications including the Huffington post NBC News Glasgow Men's Health Cosmopolitan and many others please me welcome who really is removed dot com take me to your leader and so good to be thanks for having me on the it's good to hear appreciate you taking the time to be with us now I like to start the show with a question I think it's an important one because we live in a very highly influenced world and where often we're told who to who influenced by but I find that very often leaders are influenced by somebody the likely would know or even suspect who is someone that we likely wouldn't know wouldn't the suspect who has been a major influence in your life definitely my first employer by first boss when I graduated from college his name was Milton and he is the prototypical full metal jacket drill sergeant kind of guy he he was an ex marine Dan when I when I got out of College at the age of Twenty three and he hired me into a sales role I knew nothing about sales I knew nothing about leadership and the very first thing he did was dropped a stack of books on my shell on my desk including the West Point way of leadership was I think the first book he had me read and thinking grow rich and a whole bunch of these books were never on my radar and that really began a journey for me of personal professional development and I credit him with a lot of that was over twenty years ago Oh wow that's very cool and he was an ex marine yup is the one of those books that he drops on you that really stands out for you was it the West Point one was that's that's really the one that it was because a lot of the concepts like an thinking grow rich and you know some of the the Asaki stuff and some of these other classic sales books that everybody kind of reads Zig Ziglar and such those concepts were pretty rely relatable to me in a lot of ways and I think they are the most people but really looking at things from a military standpoint in which I had no framework was was only good for me because it gave me perspectives. I didn't have is interesting isn't it it's one of the things I love about our question is that the person who usually influences usually somebody who comes up the world from a very different place than we do you know and people say you know what my mom was my dad you know and of course I understand that but the one that's really got the punch often the one that just is like really fat person that's so cool that's great now you know as you and I have a couple of things in common upside from a background in psychology we've both those been across the Vale One of my listeners now I fell for mountain go smash to pieces yes I had my fault they you had you'll fall to tell us a little bit about your fall ongoing US enough amount it wasn't off and but it still changed the entire trajectory of my life and a prior to prior to that happening and my car accident which will talk about in a second I was in the process of building an IT anthony and I at a very young age had bid on and miraculously won a contract with the Department of Defense wasn't building weapons this was one hundred percent saw we're related but in that moment something kind of flipped for me in a good way I became kind of like in my mind I was going to be the next Tony Stark but before any nobody knew who Tony Stark was I would I would get on Ebay and start looking at yachts and private islands and things that I felt were I was destined to have because I needed half these things to be successful didn't family didn't want kids didn't want to get married I just wanted to accumulate mass like scrooge mcduck and be known as this empire-building machine and on what was otherwise ordinary Saturday I was driving to respect yeah how old are your point twenty four maybe so twenty four you're on Ebay you're looking at yachts you're looking at islands thinking this is the project of my life you've got a contract the with the Department of Defense from that perspective anybody sort of looking in on the side would go yeah I'm excited yep absolutely I mean just I was kind of like the character that Nicholas Cage played in the movie family man before he woke up and had a family I mean I was just so focused on Empire Building and then while driving off to have dinner with a cousin I was in a in a near fatal accident and I broke my spine ahead had severe internal injuries Nearly tour every ligaments in my neck and I was sure I was about to die in fact the brains very interesting there's a lot of neuroscience search that we have we have information going back to soldiers from World War One who you hear this this analogy right of life flashing before your eyes is that really what happens to a lot of people that see themselves to die what time does is time slows you down almost like neo in the matrix to give you a chance to get your wits about you so far from the moment of time where I made that left turn into an intersection and then I realized that this car was screaming at me at full speed and then that car slams into me I'm Senate to oncoming traffic another car hits me sends me the other way and ultimately my momentum stop by telephone pole which crushes the driver side of my car maybe three seconds elapsed and yet that for me might as well have been an eternity I'm literally having this full-on discussion with myself and slowly ocean I'm thinking I'm about to die and it wasn't one of as Oh dear lure if you please let me live I'm tomorrow going to start giving presents to orphaned boys or girls doesn't like that I I knew that I was dead and then I became overwhelmed with shame of I I started thinking about this call that I was young my parents were going to get this call their son is dead they were out to dinner with friends I knew that and then I started thinking about all of these things that I've been putting so much energy on the nice wide the Nice car trips to Europe and blowing money on stupid stuff and I'm just like this isn't what matters and I'm literally having this conversation as seeing my center console crush into my side like it's an empty can of pop or soda depending on what part of the country from I'm watching like shards of my windshield floating in the air little in the light from the setting sun reflecting on all this and I'm just like this is not a life that I'm proud of an so spoiler alert I didn't hi but like you you know I found myself having to convalesce recover it and that gave me an opportunity to start thinking about how do I change often do something that's more meaningful so so this is a really important point that I think is so often missed we see these moments you know you talk about the slow motion experience and people do think it's like you know come to the light Oh you know you and I talked about when I was on your show and it's not always what what people check from the movies but I'm really interested in this this moment you talked about this moment of shame this moment of realizing the hack him I'm living my life based on pretty watcher trip when things I can show off do you think that that was that Ah you think that you were conscious of that before but you know shoved it down every time pop up and it just came right to the service in not even or do you think it never even cross your mind until I think what it did it sparked something that's been there in the sense that bright in the real world and and mindset I should be therapist or psychologist and so I I kind of chuckled about that but it when I was in college everybody had something to offer me because it wasn't agenda driven wasn't money driven it was just about being getting to know people I just I think the the the hunt for money in this idea of having to succeed on a on a ridiculous level just kind of trumped everything for me in terms of what my focus was on in that accident was the beginning of kind of rebooting my system and focusing on what's more important because I had the lessons growing up on what was important then my my mother my mother was a schoolteacher and until I was born and then she didn't have to work anymore so I had the those good role models growing up I just kind of pushed all that down for the purpose of focusing on money for a time how long were you in recovery it was it was eight plus months of traction physical therapy and it was it was a disaster I was given a list of things I would never do again and kind of laughed in the doctor's face as like you don't know me very well I don't like to be told I can't do something so I is part of the impetus to prove them wrong but I got very very lucky talk in terms of where that fracture point happened if in for those of you listening and you you break your back try and break at T. five that's kind of that's where the money's at because a couple of inches higher I would have been paralyzed from the neck down and a couple of inches lower that would paralyse would have but they say paralyzed from the neck down couple inches Larwood have been paralyzed from the waist down that's what they told me so I got ordinary lucky in terms of where that fracture point was a little bit shorter which isn't a great thing but you know now today all these years here I can do pretty much everything that I've always wanted to do including all those things they told me I'd never do against so pretty grateful about that I can relate to that yeah all the things I couldn't do really I think not so you're eight months in recovery attraction you did all those kinds of things then then the journey begins okay so now you've gone from being this software guy I would this big contract what happened to the business you know because we have leaders and business people listening to this and they go you know I'm talking about what happened in the android talked about what has suddenly comes to a stop right came to a very dramatic stop what happened to business what happened leadership during that time so I was the face of our company and so for me what it was interesting because it kind of like Ika Animal House right like the devil angel on the shoulders so there was a very strong voice telling me that the work that I was doing is not the work I'm supposed to be doing and what was even though.
"shuster" Discussed on AP News
"David Shuster reports it comes down to score. At a missed field goal in the final minutes. Foles two yard touchdown pass to golden Tate on fourth down with under a minute to go proved to be the game winning points as the eagles defeated the bear sixteen fifteen and a wildcard matchup Tate said it was a battle to the end as playoff football right there for you. That's why we play this game of predator towns. Like now, you know once you get the January and February. That's why we show up in April. I'll work hard trying to build some special after Tate's. Go ahead. Score the bears March quickly down the field. But Cody Parke's forty three yard field goal attempt with ten seconds left bounced off the upright and the bear season came to a quick conclusion. Foles threw a pair of touchdown passes on the day. And is now four and one in postseason play next up for the eagles are the saints in New Orleans. David Shuster, Chicago. Pope Francis says the Roman Catholic church aims to shed full light on clergy sex abuse and cover ups AP correspondent Syria. Shackling reports on next month's meeting of bishops from around the world Francis. The February meeting a further step in the charge efforts to shed full light on the facts speaking to diplomats at the Vatican Francis called the abuse of minus one of the violence and most heinous crimes conceivable, he said the church was working to combat and prevent abuse and its concealment. He also said the charge was working on covet charge higher involvements and to deliver Justice to minus who have suffered sexual violence aggravated by the abuse of power and conscience, I'm Zaria shaklee. Thousands of scientists who expected to see the world's largest airborne observatory at the Super Bowl of astronomy in Seattle this week, we're disappointed because of the partial government shutdown. It meant NASA space exploring plane couldn't make the flight to the two hundred thirty third meeting of the American ask. Stra nominal society along with the plane hundreds of government. Scientists are also not allowed to attend the conference or to other major scientific gathering scheduled to begin this week. But the shutdowns impact on science stretches well beyond the empty chairs at this week's conferences. It means some of the nation's smartest scientific minds are sitting at home not.
"shuster" Discussed on AP News
"David Shuster reports it comes on score. And a missed field goal in the final minute. Two yard touchdown pass to golden Tate on fourth down with under a minute to go proved to be the game winning points as the eagles defeated the bear sixteen fifteen and a wildcard matchup Tate said it was a battle to the end as playoff football right there for you. That's why we played this game of predator towns. Like now, you know once you get to January and February. That's why we show up in April work hard trying to build some special after Tate's. Go ahead. Score the bears March quickly down the field. But Cody Parke's forty three yard field goal attempt with ten seconds left bounced off the upright and the bear season came to a quick conclusion falls through a pair of touchdown passes on the day. And is now four and one in postseason play next up for the eagles are the saints in New Orleans. David Shuster, Chicago. Britain is testing how severe over disruption. It would be if it leaves the European Union later this year by sending a stream of trucks to the full of Duva. It is expected that an abrupt departure went a deal would lead to tariff and customs barriers that would slow moving ferry and rail traffic that links Britain to continental Europe. There were concerns that major traffic jams leading into an Alto. Fair reports. Good greatly, hamper trade and leave Britain without adequate food and medicine. Parliament is expected to resume its debate over the government's planned withdrawal deal Wednesday with overload tentatively scheduled for early next week. US service firms grew at a slower pace in December. And a possible indication that various headwinds from turbulent markets to trade. Tensions could be having an impact on economic activity. The institute for supply management, which is composed of purchasing managers says it service index fell to fifty seven point six percent last month down from a November reading of sixty point seven percent any reading.
"shuster" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast
"I don't wanna say nobody's in a in a in a bad way in a derogatory way. You know, I went from complete obscurity to someone that had a book that was the bestseller. Not because of anything that assignment and Shuster. Hey house did. But simply because I understood and I embraced the the new media space how how much do you get into that with your clients? And how important you think that is to to those that are launching books right now. Well, I'm a big at heart. So I love that technology has democratie. Is communications because we used to have all these gatekeepers that said this story was worthy in that story wasn't in. So now, we've got technology allowing us all to share our stories, but that also creates a lot of noise. So this is why it's even more important that you spend the time cultivating an audience so that you can have those people who are interested in what you talk about to embrace your book. Or if you decide you're not doing a book, you're doing a blog what have you? But it takes time. So I don't want to, you know, be pollyanna and say, oh, yes, just get out there. And you know, that would be silly. It takes time to build an audience. You know, it takes time just like it takes time to build a business or to get good at any. You know, if you wanted to practice, basketball, whatever you it takes time to get good at those things. But once you do you'll see the reward right away. Because when you put something out there, your people are going to embrace it. Totally agree totally agree on. I wanna move on. I didn't mean to monopolize the entire conversation with your book. Editing and and creation business, but it is such a fascinating very, very popular. Totally timing is perfect for this because of the prevalence of of self publishing nowadays. It's like, it's it is a buzz kinda like podcasting is a is a buzz. But one of the things I want to move over to is I want to talk about this ability for you to chat with people have consultation with people in a gift that you're that you're sharing with our community.
"shuster" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Maybe I'll shake it off for the company. I know I know I'm going to give in I already wet the whistle with a couple of the dark chocolate orios that we're out there in the crowd. They were really good. All right. Really good. All right. We're doing well. Big Ben, Mike Tomlin Antonio Brown and juju Smith Schuster. I'll be in Pittsburgh next season. I think so like as much drama as there's been around this team and as much jealousy as there might be Jeremy Fowler, our ESPN NFL nation reporter with the Steelers came out yesterday and hinted that some of this might be rooted in a jealousy brewing between Antonio Brown and juju Smith Schuster. Here's one theory. I did hear from a source that would you? Shuster getting older to claim and winning the team MVP award Brown. Just say, okay, see what you can do without me. I'm gonna disappear for a little bit. Let's drilling. I'm not drawing double teams. It is amazing. It is much like in Batman, some people. Just want to watch the world burn. If you've got a guy that cares. More about a team MVP than he does the winning or the money or any of the other usually trappings the NFL you're dealing with a difficult situation that being said, I think they're all back that cap it is just too much for them. I think this team has made it work for a long time. And they're going to have to make it work until this quarterback is done because Ben needs at this point in his career. I think the full complement of these weapons around him how many points, do you think? Kawhi Leonard scores tonight in his returned San Antonio. Kawhi Leonard heading back to his original homeland in San Antonio for the first time Gregg Popovich only forward not backwards. You.
"shuster" Discussed on WTVN
"Fictional telling of my childhood with her. Simon and Shuster made me change the ending. So it was a happy ending. They didn't understand that the epilogue. The truth is a much happier ending than the fake ending that I had to write where mom lived. It just takes longer to get there. I I think around. I think around eighteen I was convinced that I was going to repeat her life. You just get into this place to where you're going to repeat it. That's the stock. I come from. That's my genetic background. And then when real clinical depression hits. You are all consumed by. I just want this to stop. Please make this stop and you will try anything drugs alcohol theft sex anything to make it stop. And when you run through all of those things. And you realize I'm just damned there's nothing. That's a lie. That is a huge lie. I I wanna speak to you. If you are somebody who is going through this or can recognize anything that I am saying I have been right where.
"shuster" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Shuster. Lags as usual. Skins? Good good catch you. All right before my time. Dana Carvey SNL. So you like this union? Jesus. Can I get a little more juice for the sandwich? Allegra-d years then. Yeah. Good. Yeah. It's it's. Great. Thanks hideous. Is that better than the bears sketch? Oh, you bears the bears with the equal standards. Norm from cheers. Yeah. Once again, we're coming from dickers- restaurant hardest Chicago the city of the big shoulders. Home to a certain team, which come January. We'll run roughshod over the competition and Super Bowl twenty six a team that is known as. What's his real name? Again. Fred went. See that's kind of that's the kind of stuff you might get here on the puck as you might not get from Gary and Larry ten AM to one PM. You might get a lot of Larry Larry now. Wow. That's wow. Who's who you guys trying to pretend to be there? Nobel. Nobody. We love him. We really do. Honestly, we were just saying before before we turn on the microphones that personally your show is my favorite show me and show are just killing it right now. I love that show. Really is the best show. Seriously, again, we're gonna dive into Katie and dream on. But what is it like working with g rat? It's got to be quite a a mishmash of of unknowns. He's awesome. It's unknown unknowns. And he's he's the Marvin Benard of Cam. He makes a huge amount of.
"shuster" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast
"Joining us right now on attack the hard buzz podcast suzy shuster she is half of is on sports suzy shuster and rich eisen of course rich a michigan man was an honorary captain back here a couple of seasons ago again i did twin remnants may color i had to turn my noisy out there do you training for the for the training for the forty yard dash to you give him a technique pointers jack i don't wanna hurt his feelings so so i try i not try to not to do is what i try to do is haranguing him as possible to watch it i before it and that that i gotta tell you it's like having a fourth kid my husband my husband is deck my husband is what i call the speaker eater every so often i go into his car and i find the mc jelly belly container you go and try to say to him rich honey that's not gonna that's not gonna help the kids off at but you know what can i do we're we're all trainable husbands were all trainable great to have you on the show susie susie shuster is in that's a that's a power couple broadcasting well i have to tell you the one i've never had my husband as as he was is when i did the michigan package rabi and it was me and my rico and tim brand and rich actually flew out go to gain and it was the railing edwards triple overtime win over michigan state that's how long ago was but you know rich loves michigan so much that when you guys come to visit us you'll see as you drive up coldwater canyon if you look up they'll see in michigan flag flying i got that for his birthday last year and his birthday is actually sunday coming up on the twenty four so it'll be a year since the michigan flag sort of flying above hold water candidates pretty intense so what kinda like a poll of flagpole in front of a school yard what's look how how close close the the poll poll on i sixty feet high pole and it's right outgrow basketball courts and the kind of cool thing is that we had such a bad wind winter in la this year that it's the ends of the leg or tattered to kind of looks like a very cool surfer style michigan flag so i'm in person bring your gorgeous wife and kids and then you'll see it you may have do you have any state people they may have been shooting at shooting put the holes in the flag it might not have been the wind you mean the ohio state the ohio statins might have been defacing michigan flag well we we have high gates in an attack though so we you know what's funny we don't joke we've been fifteen year old rescue dog hudson who if you've come near our house you're going to think about it twice 'cause he's got a nice deep growl who for our seven year old was wearing a michigan alumni baseball had yesterday and i decided to surprise him after camp i took them to the batting cages to play his first round of miniature golf and so when we went to go get the bat you know my licenses suzy user so women and i said you know i feel comprising koukoulas worrying michigan alumni baseball hat the guy says if you go to michigan coop that no one will only seven and it was really cute because you know the guy who worked there you know come to the juneau he he was really cute he said you know i you said i really enjoy your work and your husband's work that good but i didn't know you guys were michigan people said let me tell you the the blood runs deep i wonder if i wanted to ask you susie the you referred to the brutal california winner that you had this year you know i saw this make sure what you you know know it was outdoor patio one chair was like next to the round table and the other one was was flipped over on its back and the caption was cleaning up from our from our brutal california winner yeah how were you officials said to wear mike you had to wear caps this winter can you imagine what head to wear caps calf's cavs keep their ears for california gac i'm jack i'm from new england.
"shuster" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Forces driving today's be disruptions simon and shuster is the publisher and it's the kind of book you get me just hold so you can show everybody how knowledgeable you why you see integrate arlette information assimilated and then people say wow how do you know all this and then you either say i read mike pence book are i just know it so i we have a one short segment left here and i touched the point technology earlier what i i really think you should give a little more time to talking about it and the changes in technology so i'll just let you run at it without a formulated you know i spent several years chief strategy officer microsoft and and so i got an inside look outside look and you know facebook today is is is in a world of hurt because people data would be used in in really intensive ways if no idea how much data that the tech companies build up on you and i think that's coming to light and and my point in the book is that that it's it's not whether it's right or wrong if baking short rumors are adequately inform that that their data's being used and that they give their permission and it's not something that's under the table i'm that i think we'll make for better more ethical technology on all sides and i worry a lot about what i call relationships with the body so if somebody has an alexa out there i always say is it a he or she and and the right answer isn't it right never confused a bunch of code with a person it's not and it's important for you to know is that there to sell you is it there to help you there to look like it's helping you but actually tell you saying the ethics involved in this i think are pretty powerful i asked alexa.
"shuster" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"The best widgets the best woohoo it doesn't matter if no one has ever heard of you or the wrong people are hearing from you if you're marketing you're stuck to a room full of broke people she little will go broke two had a chat with somebody recently who with helping people in job transition and but marketing to people who don't have a job not a great idea because if they don't have a job what else don't they have money to pay basically like great volunteer position done a lot of volunteering is so this is again where this right audience comes to play we talk about you we talk a lot about filtering you always want your target audience right you're you're you're attracting the right people but what's the opposite of attracting the right people it's really you cleanout repair lane those that don't fit to ring filtering and so so more than a track team everybody we really have to get into this space who's not the right client firming whose greensburg shuster is pre one a warmth run surgery open growing prospects that leaves you with a pool the right ones that's what it's all about folks is knowing who's reich who is wrong and not just sitting altic anybody who can flogger mirror it and you you of this gets into uh you and you can search our our archives means marketing or others so many different things you can go blind the addressed as your very thing a giladi says tighter your focus the easier it will be to grown enthusiastic base of readers m than customers remember and we're talking low blogs your copy writing a year but but the same thing applies across the boards the next thing that you have to do you have to be able to prove your case and i think this is an important piece your marketing message needs to be able to survive be lots of cold hard scepticism i'm reminded of the totally came home roma one of your era national speaking endeavours embryos said a guard stood up came up and said you don't know me you don't know anything about me or my business turn rubber walked away i remember that ray bag there was shot i shot while.