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"stephen manson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Seven kids. After yesterday's everyone win over the Flyers, Matt Martin of the Islanders can take a commanding one second round seriously lead over Philadelphia. Now it's never gonna be easy and when you draw it up You like it to be, But, um, this is the second round of the playoffs, and all the teams that are left are good hockey team. So, um, we're just trying to best We can't go out there and perform at our highest capabilities. Faysal today elsewhere in the NHL playoffs, the Star's face the Avalanche. Dallas up to one that Canucks take on the Golden Knights. Vegas leads to one. Following a to one win over the Mets that snapped a seven games give. The Yankees came to put together a win streak with the second double header in three days between the farmers and the Amazing Yanks. Pregame 12 25 on the fan, Yankee starters twin bill will be heralded prospect David Garcia making his Big League debut, and Michael K. Aaron Boone eager to see Garcia. Yeah, excited. Made his way here last night. He slept in a hotel nearby. Yeah, he's done well down in summer camp, too. So, you know, the reports that we've been getting have been have been strong and excited to see him go out there and compete. Mets going with Rick Porcelain, Seth Luego Stephen Manson. Delicate dance is headed to the injured list. But dance is a lad. If you match with shoulder discomfort used to support it was feeling so good coming in. I was feeling so good. Even when I was struggling. My results are missed really strong and healthy. Everything. So you know, I'm pretty bummed about it different baseball's train deadline tomorrow. The Braves busy reportedly acquiring Orioles pitcher Tommy Malone for two players to be named later. Padres Reportedly trade for Red Sox first baseman Mitch Moreland, Boston Guest prospect a member of the organization test positive for covert 19 Oakland's game against Houston at Minute Maid Park. Postpone NBA playoff tripleheader Game one of the Eastern Conference semifinals of what Raptor battle the Celtics in Orlando Mavericks and Clippers meeting 3 30 L. A could close out Dallas leading three games to two and The Jazz can eliminate the Nuggets at 8 30, Utah up 32 big NFL trade, The Jaguars reportedly agreed a deal defensive end Daniken dark way to the Vikings for a second conditional fifth round pick. That could go is high. It was a third round pick, Golfs BMW Championship, Dustin Johnson and decade Matsuyama lead in the fourth round of what under Adam Scott, part of a three way tie for second. And what over New innovations are happening all.

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"stephen manson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sap you know those Bloomberg sports update with the future looking bright for the Brooklyn nets his fans look forward to Kevin Durant's return next year to a team with a healthy Kyra Irving Amanda was coach them since twenty sixteen will not be around to continue coaching is and it's like Kenny Atkinson go on Saturday GM Sean marks says the players did not play a role in making this decision we use the players and a lot of different ways whether it's Kenny thinking about sets and schemes and so forth I think in this this matter the student involved the players this this was a matter where it was really decision between Kenny and myself and we brought in ownership when we needed to and we arrived at this decision service was purely amicable and and and mutually agreed upon between between that those parties March would not get into any specifics about whether I consider it lost the locker room taking over on an interim basis assistant coach Jon Bon college basketball Creighton gets a number one seed for the Big East Tournament they beat Seton hall seventy seven sixty pirates will be the third seed St John's over Marquette eighty eighteen eighty six and rockers in overtime defeated Purdue on the road seventy one to sixty eight the Rangers fell of the devils of the garden six to four Jersey scored four times in the second against the gorgeous Durkin was pulled after two periods doubles of one eight of eleven they got two goals each from Travis a Jack and Kyle palmeri because of bad agenda what five goals the other night and another for the Blueshirts they're three points out of a playoff spot in the east the islanders were being three two in overtime at home by Caroline of its intro check out the game water the aisles goals came from Ryan Pulock and Josh Bailey Gary Sanchez the latest Yankee to do a physical issue a sore back shut him down Saturday he may sit out today as well yanks to beat the pirates seven a four match were blocked by the national five nothing but Stephen Manson the loss tossed three hitless innings to Ronald only goal to beat NYCFC one nothing the red bulls ended in a one one draw on the road against real Salt Lake with a Bloomberg sports update Bob Frank Gerrity his best is inside in the context of the market value added Mrs news thousands of news stories today but some really stick with you it's a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed on the.

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"stephen manson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Financial printing now the news Joe Biden won big in the South Carolina presidential primary picking up sixty percent of the votes cast by non white voters responded by nobles reports by his win was bigger than the Bernie Sanders campaign expected ahead of super Tuesday it was the big bump that Joe Biden was looking for we'll have to see how this all turns out because Sanders has been able to spend a lot more money and time in those super Tuesday states and Joe Biden has until this point and they still believe that Tuesday's going to be a very strong night for the Sanders campaign the U. S. has now realized its first coronavirus death a man in his fifties from Washington state governor Jay Inslee declared a state of emergency directing state agencies to use all resources necessary to respond to the outbreak disagreeing with U. S. Taliban peace deal time table Afghanistan's president says he will not free thousands of Taliban prisoners ahead of all Afghan power sharing talks next week another crew set now this Bloomberg sports on TV was shut down for hitting a week before spring training began with soreness in his right shoulder and the Yankees our judges continue to dock feline fact is undergoing an MRI and other tests to try and find out what's ailing him Aaron Boone Saturday said that right now they are in a holding pattern with judge split squad games for the bombers Gerrit Cole in two two thirds innings to win over the Tigers the other half of the team beat the red Sox five two that's got to any from Stephen Manson beating the Astros two to one thanks to the garden outscored the bulls won twenty five to one fifteen Mitchell Robinson came off the bench to put up twenty three points while Julius Randle chipped in with twenty two coverages hotter planet something we typically are dominating thank your coverage is a hundred points and Taj Gibson knows that the next dominated down low execute the recalls one of the students since it's a detail I was a bright spot was our coach gave us some great corners and resolved are we not be able to get stops for society in all I think that was big for us to have that extra six game slide in Miami that's had a chance to tire go ahead late but Spencer Dinwiddie threw the ball away with one point seven seconds to go they fell to the heat one sixteen one thirteen Kenny Atkinson liked his team's fight to rally back from a deficit down fourteen eight.

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"stephen manson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thanks to a wave of African American support Joe Biden scored a resounding victory in south Carolina's democratic presidential primary responded Chilean reports after the South Carolina primary Joe Biden can now make a claim when it comes to the popular vote Ernie Sanders likes to say every time he takes to the stage he won the popular vote in Iowa he won New Hampshire one Nevada well we can't play now in what Joe Biden can claim after South Carolina has weighed in is that overall Joe Biden's got more votes than Bernie Sanders in this nominating season to date the corona virus has claimed its first victim in the U. S. in Washington state the number of cases shot up in Iran Italy and South Korea and the spreading outbreak is shaken the global economy telebrands political chief has met with senior diplomats from countries including Russia Indonesia and Norway just hours after signing a deal with Washington aimed at ending the Afghan war barbecue set now this Bloomberg sports on TV was shut down for hitting a week before spring training began with soreness in his right shoulder and the Yankees our judges continue to dock feline factors undergone MRI and other tests to try and find out what's ailing him Aaron Boone Saturday said that right now they are in a holding pattern with judge split twelve games for the bombers Gerrit Cole in two two thirds innings to win over the Tigers the other half of the team beat the red Sox five two Mets got two innings from Stephen Manson beating the Astros two to one thanks to the garden outscored the bulls won twenty five to one fifteen Mitchell Robinson came off the bench to put up twenty three points while Julius Randle chipped in with twenty two coverages hotter planets we typically are dominating thank your coverage is a hundred points and Taj Gibson knows that the next dominated down low just execute the recalls one of the students into detail I was a bright spot for our coach gave us some good corners are resolved are we not be able to get stops for society in all I think that was big for us to have that extra six game slide in Miami that's had a chance to tire go ahead late but Spencer Dinwiddie threw the ball away with one point seven seconds to go they fell to the heat one sixteen one thirteen Kenny Atkinson liked his team's fight to rally back from a deficit down.

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"stephen manson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Coming to Downing Street British prime minister Boris Johnson revealed Saturday that he and his girlfriend Kerry Simon's are engaged to be married and expecting a baby in the early summer a wedding date was not announced the pharmacy staff now this Bloomberg sports on TV was shut down for hitting a week before spring training began with soreness in his right shoulder and the Yankees our judges continue to dock feline factors undergone an MRI and other tests to try and find out what's ailing him Aaron Boone Saturday said that right now they are in a holding pattern with judge split squad games for the bombers Gerrit Cole in two two thirds innings to win over the Tigers the other half of the team beat the red Sox five two that's got two innings from Stephen Manson beating the Astros two to one thanks to the garden outscored the bulls won twenty five to one fifteen Mitchell Robinson came off the bench to put up twenty three points while Julius Randle chipped in with twenty two coverages hotter planet something we typically are dominating the same the coverage is a hundred points and Taj Gibson knows that the next dominated down low execute the recalls one detail I was a bright spot was our coach gave a single corners and resolved are we not be able to get stops with society in all I think that was big for us they have that extra six game slide in Miami that's had a chance to tire go ahead late but Spencer Dinwiddie threw the ball away with one point seven seconds to go they fell to the heat one sixteen one thirteen Kenny Atkinson liked his team's fight to rally back from a deficit down fourteen.

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"stephen manson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Judge still has not hit outdoors since position players reported and judges now undergone MRI to try to find out the reasoning behind that lingering soreness in his right shoulder that MRI came back negative judge under when additional tests he still gonna undergo another test on Monday and Aaron Boone talking with John and Susan on today's broadcast here on the fan wishes he could deliver better news that's probably been the toughest part right now and I know the most frustrating part for him and we felt like we were you know building towards you know getting back out there this next week and hopefully that's still the case but right now we're just trying to get to get some answers Pune also told reporters judges been feeling pictorial discomfort when hating and we will see what comes of that test on Monday split squad action Yankees defeat the Tigers eighty two Gleyber Torres is first home run of the spring and fort Myers Yankees over the red Sox five two let's get by the Astros to one west Palm Beach Stephen Manson the start allowed one hit over two scoreless innings college hoops number thirteen Seton hall over Marquette eighty eight seventy nine number twelve Villanova knocked off at all by Providence fifty eight fifty four per U. N. C. handle Syracuse ninety two seventy nine of the carrier dome after dominates James Madison ninety seven eighty one UConn beaches Carolina eighty four sixty three Stony Brook takes down Albany fifty to forty nine number one Kansas over Kansas state Manhattan sixty two fifty eight in the first meeting since that brawl in Lawrence over to Baylor loses a TCU seventy five seventy two number seven Duke falls Virginia fifty to fifty blue devils of lost three or last for all to unranked opponents on the road XFL The New York guardians a seventeen fourteen win over the LA wild cats Tommy.

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"stephen manson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Oh one of Bob you slurring the Mets play the Cleveland Indians tomorrow first game of a nine game homestand for the Mets in the first time making Callaway faces is former team before becoming a Mets manager Callaway was the Indians pitching coach so any feelings of nostalgia for this one No Way here's calories approaches the more of a chance to to get us into you know the wild card race and and things like that you know obviously hopefully I can help out some of the pictures with how to attack similar hitters is about it Callaway will throw Stephen Manson Marcus Stroman knows Syndergaard against the Indians in that series the Yankees play their next nine games on the road first series in Oakland the next series will be in Los Angeles against the Dodgers the Yankees had the best record in baseball the Dodgers the second best that means something the team with the higher winning percentage gets home field advantage in the post season we want to continue to rack up as many wins as we can with that whole but you know we also know that we're capable of beating anyone now when we put our best foot forward no matter where we play this Arab moon Domingo her mind gets the start tomorrow bidding for seventeen when when the Yankees play in Oakland the race trailer mariners tonight nine to one in the top of the fifth the race currently a half game in front of Oakland for the second wildcard the twins Lee the white Sox to nothing in the top of the third the top wildcard team in the National League is Washington the nationals are blowing out the pirates tonight eleven nothing in the bottom of the fourth and in the opening game of the big L. central showdown say Louis to Milwaukee are scoreless in the top of the fifth Chris sale not pitch again this season the red Sox left hander has elbow inflammation a left handed pitcher al Jackson has died Jackson an original met with the organization in one capacity or another for fifty years Jackson was eighty three the player not playing the pre season will check that next WFAN twenty twenty sports time is nine.

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"stephen manson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Radio you know we really we have this strange connection about ethics in this country and I think we really do joining us to kind of discuss this is author of beyond happiness and meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior is doctor Stephen Manson it's a pleasure documents are it's it's really a pleasure to have you with us so the question is is it okay to take office supplies home with you and yet that same person would never steal from you is there duality here are are we talking about one cut fits all explain well I think taking anything from an office that doesn't belong to you is wrong some may say office supplies is a pretty small thing and or everybody does it doesn't make it right one of the problems is when you do something that's wrong that may be a small thing and get away with it can lead to greater things such as taking software programs that you don't have licensing for access off a company computer that would be another sharing data files that you don't have the right to do so ethics is consistency in behavior and the more you practice ethics the better you get at it so yeah I mean I tell people when I tell my students ask yourself one question how would you feel if your child about what you would do it so he took office supplies why don't you allow your son or daughter to take crayons from school yeah school so I don't I don't it's tough I don't I had a friend a childhood friend who stopped talking to me years ago because she was on slippery ground in my opinion ethically with her ex husband and going into the computer and finding emails that she had no business reading and I said you can't stop this this is I said it's not healthy for you or for him and right you know there's a place where you have to say it's enough I can't I I don't know I just felt it creeped me out it really creeped me out in a big way right reading emails out of spouse or a bigger issue today issued children because they can get into trouble and be on the wrong website it was a matter of trust the other party will not trust you it says switch to doing no say well if he or she is reading my emails what else might they be doing to invade my privacy right so why are some of the reasons what are some of the reasons why people fail to engage in ethical behavior even when they know something is wrong what makes people do this one thing is they think they can get away with it so there's some people that just look at things that way it's very self centered others face sort of it's a manifestation of what we call ethical blindness being aware of the facts and ethical issues exist in a decision that a person is making we could say it's a lack of education in Essex which I think is a problem in society today that many people have different ideas about ethics which you you mentioned earlier what's right what's wrong how do we know that one of the core values we all should live by I mean if we can agree is that society that honesty integrity trustworthiness fair treatment respect responsibility just to name a few if there's no agreement within society that these are ethical values that to drive our behavior then we have what we have which is a lot of conflict because people view ethics differently right you know I have I have to say that your your book really beyond happiness and meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior do we even know are we are we even teaching things like this in in school today the sort of things I address in the box would be covered in philosophy courses ethics courses if it's taken which in many cases is no longer required other than that it would probably depend on the teacher if the teacher is committed to teaching the students these kinds of things so interested otherwise not some teachers don't feel comfortable teaching ethics because they think they're preaching but again it's common standards of behavior in the golden rule since we can agree that we should treat others the way we wish they would treat us then again you have this blockage this blindness that creates a barrier the ethical behavior so if it's taught in schools I think it's in the form of ethical relativism which is you pick and choose who are Netflix well that can't be right how we are going to deal with each other and I think this is a problem of civility different people have different views of what civility is or is and we see this played out everyday with politicians on cable news and I always say we need to learn have disagreed with each other without being disagreeable and were far way off from that right I'm so I I think that the the question is how are you see see people that will argue that it's not morally wrong to take something and they can justify it and that's my question is for it we're we're in the big where's the basic education coming from because I'm not sure I mean I was taught right from wrong in my own home and that was a really might my late father used to use just scream at us words are man's worst weapon be careful what you say I mean he was solo cognition of of actions and words and I thought you know I'm I'm so grateful that I had that kind of a a solid you know beginning but but when do you push the envelope when desperation comes in it feels like you can justify anything Dr right right you can rationalize onions something right exactly it's a one time thing I did this once I won't do it again that sort of thing in the workplace pressured to do one ethical things from time to time by superiors in order to fix the numbers just to give one example yeah yeah it's so fast a fascinating conversation the Steven Mintz and the website go ahead and give it in the book is called beyond happiness in meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior in the best website is my name which is Steven men's FX it's all one word Steven Mintz season with.

Stephen Manson
"stephen manson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You know we really we have this strange connection about ethics in this country and we really do joining us to kind of discuss this is author of beyond happiness and meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior is doctor Stephen Manson it's a pleasure documents it's it's really a pleasure to have you with us so the question is is it okay to take office supplies home with you any yet that same person would never steal from you is there duality here are are we talking about one cut fits all explain well I think taking anything from an office that doesn't belong to you is wrong some may say office supplies is a pretty small thing and or everybody does it doesn't make it right one of the problems is when you do something that's wrong that may be a small thing and get away with it can lead to greater things such as taking software programs that you don't have licensing for access off a company computer that would be another sharing data files that you don't have the right to do so ethics is consistency in behavior and the more you practice ethics the better you get at it so yeah I mean I tell people when I tell my students ask yourself one question how would you feel if you were a child about what you would do it so he took office supplies why don't you allow your son or daughter to take crayons from school yeah school so no I don't it's tough I don't I had a friend a childhood friend who stopped talking to me years ago because she was on slippery ground in my opinion ethically with her ex husband and going into the computer in finding emails that she had no business reading and I said you you got to stop this this is the I said it's not healthy for you or for him and right you know there's a place where you have to say it's enough I can't I I don't know I just felt it creeped me out it really creeped me out in a big way right reading emails out of spouse or a bigger issue today issued children because they can get into trouble and be on the wrong website it was a matter of trust the other party will not trust you it says switch to doing no say well if he or she is reading my emails what else might they be doing to invade my privacy right so why are some of the reasons what are some of the reasons why people feel it to engage in ethical behavior even when they know something is wrong what makes people do this one thing is they think they can get away with it so there's some people that just look at things that way it's very self centered others face sort of it's a manifestation of what we call ethical blindness being unaware of the fact and ethical issues exists in a decision that a person is making we could say it's a lack of education in Essex which I think is a problem in society today that many people have different ideas about ethics which you you mentioned earlier what's right what's wrong how do we know that what are the core values we all should live by I mean if we can agree is that society that honesty integrity trustworthiness fair treatment respect responsibility just to name a few if there's no agreement within society that these are ethical values that to drive our behavior then we have what we have which is a lot of conflict because people view ethics differently right you know I have I have to say that your your book really beyond happiness in meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior do we even know are we are we even teaching things like this in in school today the sort of things I address in the box would be covered in philosophy courses ethics courses if it's taken which in many cases is no longer required other than that it would probably depend on the teacher if the teacher is committed to teaching the students these kinds of things so interested otherwise not some teachers don't feel comfortable teaching ethics because they think they're preaching but again it's common standards of behavior in the golden rule since we can agree that we should treat others the way we wish they would treat us then again you have this blockage this blindness that creates a barrier the ethical behavior so if it's taught in schools I think it's in the form of ethical relativism which is you pick and choose who on ethics well that can't be right how we are going to deal with each other and I think this is a problem of civility different people have different views of what civility is or isn't and we see this played out everyday with politicians on cable news and I always say we need to learn have disagreed with each other without being disagreeable and were far way off from that right I'm so I I think that the the question is how are you see see people that will argue that it's not morally wrong to take something and they can justify that that's my question is for it we're we're in the big where's the basic education coming from because I'm not sure I mean I was taught right from wrong in my own home and that was a really my my late father used to do use just screaming as words are man's worst weapon be careful what you say I mean he was solo cognition of of actions and words and I thought you know I'm I'm so grateful that I had that kind of a a solid you know beginning but but when do you push the envelope when desperation comes in it feels like you can justify anything Dr right right you can rationalize on as a deer something right exactly it's a one time thing I did this once I won't do it again that sort of thing in the workplace pressured to do one ethical things from time to time by superiors in order to fix the numbers just to give one example yeah yeah it's so found fascinating conversation the Steven Mintz and the website go ahead and give it and the book is called beyond happiness in meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior in the best website is my name which is Steven men's FX it's all one word Steven Mintz season with.

Stephen Manson
"stephen manson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior is doctor Stephen Manson it's a pleasure documents are it's it's really a pleasure to have you with us so the question is is it okay to take office supplies home with you and yet that same person would never steal from you is there duality here are are we talking about one cut fits all explain well I think taking anything from an office that doesn't belong to you is wrong some may say office supplies is a pretty small thing and or everybody does it doesn't make it right one of the problems is when you do something that's wrong that may be a small thing and get away with it can lead to greater things such as taking software programs that you don't have licensing for access off a company computer that would be another sharing data files that you don't have the right to do so ethics is consistency in behavior and the more you practice ethics the better you get at it so yeah I mean I tell people when I tell my students ask yourself one question how would you feel if your child about what you would do it so he took office supplies why don't you allow your son or daughter to take crayons from school yeah school so no I don't it's tough I don't I had a friend a childhood friend who stopped talking to me years ago because she was on slippery ground in my opinion ethically with her ex husband and going into the computer and finding emails that she had no business reading and I said you can just drop this this is I said it's not healthy for you or for him and right you know there's a place where you have to say it's enough I can't I I don't know I just felt it creeped me out it really creeped me out in a big way right reading emails out of spouse or a bigger issue today issued children because they can get into trouble and be on the wrong website it was a matter of trust the other party will not trust you it says switch to doing no say well if he or she is reading my emails what else might they be doing to invade my privacy right so why are some of the reasons what are some of the reasons why people fail to engage in ethical behavior even when they know something is wrong what makes people do this one thing is they think they can get away with it so there's some people that just look at things that way it's very self centered I lose face sort of it's a manifestation of what we call ethical blindness being aware of the facts and ethical issues exist in a decision that a person is making we could say it's a lack of education in Essex which I think is a problem in society today that many people have different ideas about ethics which you you mentioned earlier what's right what's wrong how do we know that one of the core values we all should live by I mean if we can agree is that society that honesty integrity trustworthiness fair treatment respect responsibility just to name a few if there's no agreement within society that these are ethical values that should drive our behavior then we have what we have which is a lot of conflict because people view ethics differently right you know I have I have to say that your your book really beyond happiness in meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior do we even know are we are we even teaching things like this in in school today the sort of things I address in the box would be covered in philosophy courses ethics courses if it's taken which in many cases is no longer required other than that it would probably depend on the teacher if the teacher is committed to teaching the students these kinds of things so interested otherwise not some teachers don't feel comfortable teaching ethics because they think they're preaching but again it's common standards of behavior in the golden rule since we can agree that we should treat others the way we wish they would treat us then again you have this blockage this blindness that creates a barrier the ethical behavior so if it's taught in schools I think it's in the form of ethical relativism which is you pick and choose who are Netflix well that can't be right how we are going to deal with each other and I think this is a problem of civility different people have different views of what civility is or isn't and we see this played out every day with politicians on cable news and I always say we need to learn how to disagree with each other without being disagreeable and were far way off from that right I'm so I I think that the the question is how I see people that will argue that it's not morally wrong to take something and they can justify that that's my question is for it we're we're in the big where's the basic education coming from because I'm not sure I mean I was taught right from wrong in my own home and that was a really my my late father used to do used to scream at us words are man's worst weapon be careful what you say I mean he was solo cognizant of of actions and words at all right all right you know I'm I'm so grateful that I had that kind of a a solid you know beginning but but when do you push the envelope when desperation comes in it feels like you can justify anything Dr right right you can rationalize onions something right exactly it's a one time thing I did this once they won't do it again that sort of thing in the workplace pressured to do one ethical things from time to time by superiors in order to fix the numbers just to give one example yeah yeah it's so found fascinating conversation the Steven Mintz and the website go ahead and give it in the book is called beyond happiness in meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior in the best website is my name which is Steven men's FX it's all one word Stephen men's season with.

Stephen Manson
"stephen manson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Know we really we have this strange connection about ethics in this country and we really do joining us to kind of discuss this is author of beyond happiness and meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior is doctor Stephen Manson it's a pleasure documents are it's it's really a pleasure to have you with us so the question is is it okay to take office supplies home with you any yet that same person would never steal from you is there duality here are are we talking about one cut fits all explain well I think taking anything from an office that doesn't belong to you is wrong some may say office supplies is a pretty small thing and or everybody does it doesn't make it right one of the problems is when you do something that's wrong that may be a small thing and get away with it can lead to greater things such as taking software programs that you don't have licensing for access off a company computer that would be another sharing data files that you don't have the right to do so ethics is consistency in behavior and the more you practice ethics the baby you get at it so yeah I mean I tell people when I tell my students ask yourself one question how would you feel if you were a child about what you would do it so he took office supplies why don't you allow your son or daughter to take crayons from school yeah school so no I don't it's tough I don't I had a friend a childhood friend who stopped talking to me years ago because she was on slippery ground in my opinion ethically with her ex husband and going into the computer and finding emails that she had no business reading and I said you can just drop this is I said it's not healthy for you or for him and right you know there's a place where you have to say it's enough I can't I I don't know I just felt it creeped me out it really creeped me out in a big way right the reading emails out of spouse or a bigger issue today issued children because they can get into trouble and be on the wrong website it was a matter of trust the other party will not trust you it says switch to doing no say well if he or she is reading my emails what else might they be doing to invade my privacy right so why are some of the reasons what are some of the reasons why people fail to engage in ethical behavior even when they know something is wrong what makes people do this one thing is they think they can get away with it so there's some people that just look at things that way it's very self centered others face sort of it's a manifestation of what we call ethical blindness being aware of the facts and ethical issues exist in a decision that a person is making we could say it's a lack of education in Essex which I think is a problem in society today that many people have different ideas about ethics which you you mentioned earlier what's right what's wrong how do we know that one of the core values we all should live by I mean if we can agree is that society that honesty integrity trustworthiness fair treatment respect responsibility just to name a few if there's no agreement within society that these are ethical values that to drive our behavior then we have what we have which is a lot of conflict because people view ethics differently right you know I have I have to say that your your book really beyond happiness in meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior do we even know are we are we even teaching things like this in in school today the sort of things I address in the book would be covered in philosophy courses ethics courses if it's taken which in many cases is no longer required other than that it would probably depend on the teacher if the teacher is committed to teaching the students these kinds of things so interested otherwise not some teachers don't feel comfortable teaching ethics because they think they're preaching but again it's common standards of behavior in the golden rule since we can agree that we should treat others the way we wish they would treat us then again you have this blockage this blindness that creates a barrier the ethical behavior so if it's taught in schools I think it's in the form of ethical relativism which is you pick and choose who on Netflix well that can't be right how we are going to deal with each other and I think this is a problem of civility different people have different views of what civility is or isn't and we see this played out everyday with politicians on cable news and I always say we need to learn have disagreed with each other without being disagreeable and were far way off from that right I'm so I I think that the the question is how are you see see people that will argue that it's not morally wrong to take something and they can justify that that's my question is for it we're we're in the big where's the basic education coming from because I'm not sure I mean I was taught right from wrong in my own home and that was a really might my late father used to do use just screaming as words are man's worst weapon be careful what you say I mean he was solo cognition of of actions and words at all right all right you know I'm I'm so grateful that I had that kind of a a solid you know beginning but but when do you push the envelope when desperation comes in it feels like you can justify anything Dr right right you can rationalize on as a deer something right exactly it's a one time thing I did this once they won't do it again that sort of thing in the workplace pressured to do one ethical things from time to time by superiors in order to fix the numbers just to give one example yeah yeah it's so found fascinating conversation this Steven Mintz M. the website go ahead and give it in the book is called beyond hopping missing meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior in the best website is my name which is Steven man's ethics it's all one word Steven Mintz season with the team.

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"stephen manson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This strange connection about ethics in this country and I think we really do joining us to kind of discuss this is author of beyond happiness and meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior is doctor Stephen Manson it's a pleasure documents are it's it's really a pleasure to have you with us so the question is is it okay to take office supplies home with you and yet that same person would never steal from you is there duality here are are we talking about one cut fits all explain well I think taking anything from an office that doesn't belong to you is wrong some may say office supplies is a pretty small thing and or everybody does it doesn't make it right one of the problems is when you do something that's wrong that may be a small thing and get away with it can lead to greater things such as taking software programs that you don't have licensing for access off a company computer that would be another sharing data files that you don't have the right to do so ethics is consistency in behavior and the more you practice ethics the better you get at it so yeah I mean I tell people when I tell my students ask yourself one question how would you feel if your child about what you would do it so he took office supplies why don't you allow your son or daughter to take crayons from school yeah school so no I don't it's tough I don't I had a friend a childhood friend who stopped talking to me years ago because she was on slippery ground in my opinion ethically with her ex husband and going into the computer and finding emails that she had no business reading and I said you got to stop this is I said it's not healthy for you or for him and right you know there's a place where you have to say it's enough I can't I I don't know I just felt it creeped me out it really creeped me out in a big way right reading emails out of spouse or a bigger issue today's your children because they can get into trouble and be on the wrong website it was a matter of trust the other party will not trust you it says switch to doing they'll say well if he or she is reading my emails what else might they be doing to invade my privacy right so why are some of the reasons what are some of the reasons why people feel it to engage in ethical behavior even when they know something is wrong what makes people do this one thing is they think they can get away with it so there's some people that just look at things that way he is very self centered I lose face sort of it's a manifestation of what we call ethical blindness being aware of the facts and ethical issues exists in a decision that a person is making we could say it's a lack of education in Essex which I think is a problem in society today that many people have different ideas about ethics which you you mentioned earlier what's right what's wrong how do we know that one of the core values we all should live by I mean if we can agree insists that society that honesty integrity trustworthiness fair treatment respect responsibility just to name a few if there's no agreement within society that these are ethical values and to drive our behavior then we have what we have which is a lot of conflict because people view ethics differently right you know I have I have to say that your your book really beyond happiness in meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior do we even know are we are we even teaching things like this in in school today the sort of things I address in the box would be covered in philosophy courses ethics courses if it's taken which in many cases is no longer required other than that it would probably depend on the teacher if the teacher is committed to teaching the students these kinds of things address it otherwise not some teachers don't feel comfortable teaching ethics because they think they're preaching but again it's common standards of behavior in the golden rule since we can agree that we should treat others the way we wish they would treat us then again you have this blockage this blindness that creates a barrier the ethical behavior so if it's taught in schools I think it's in the form of ethical relativism which is you pick and choose who are Netflix well that can't be right how we ever going to deal with each other and I think this is a problem of civility different people have different views of what civility is or isn't and we see this played out every day with politicians on cable news and I always say we need to learn have disagreed with each other without being disagreeable and were far way off from that right I'm so I I think that the the question is how I see people that will argue that it's not morally wrong to take something and they can justify that that's my question is for it we're we're in the big where's the basic education coming from because I'm not sure I mean I was taught right from wrong in my own home and that was a really might my late father used to do use discriminant words are man's worst weapon be careful what you say I mean he was solo cognition of of actions and words and I thought you know I'm I'm so grateful that I had that kind of a a solid you know beginning but but when do you push the envelope when desperation comes in it feels like you can justify anything Dr right right you can rationalize an answer here something right exactly it's a one time thing I did this once they won't do it again that sort of thing in the workplace pressured to do one ethical things from time to time by superiors in order to fix the numbers just to give one example yeah yeah it's so found fascinating conversation the Steven Mintz and the website go ahead and give it in the book is called beyond hopping missing meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior in the best website is my name which is Steven man's ethics it's all one.

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"stephen manson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To lose one ball one strike to the right handed hitting along now he takes very high for a ball with that the changeup with that he calls the church uses the apparently the change of grip but gives it the the same kind of a throw that he would use for a curve ball now the pitch swing a pop up first baseman has redefined ran through the coaches box under it and he's got a two down here comes make his echo park debuted green who had two hits in five at bats in his major league debut the other day in San Francisco is against the Mets that was Sunday against the Stephen Manson swings here and it's a high foul way up there and off to the right and back in the second deck out of play green had as a single in his first major league at bat and then it came up in a tight spot the janitor down two to one with a runner at second one out of the fourth inning and he doubled it to tie the game now the pitch very high from the casing so this is his first start since then he's had to pinch hit advance since that story and over to his attention to for five overall it feels one way around to the third base side now the wind and the pitch swing in another hive off to the right this one reaches all the way into the upper deck very long legs long arms give you a lot of arms and legs in that delivery rate deceptive the thrones these high and tight with a fastball at ninety miles an hour and all kinds of moving out there that is a very high leg kick and he he raps need the ball back behind his hip at one point in the leg kick before it comes back around and actually throws the pitch due to the count to Zack green to down nobody on Austin on deck there's a swing and a miss he struck him out with a high fastball the return of this third strike out in the first two innings for location and we go to the last time the second highest we're than Renfro coming up it is nothing that nothing on the KNBR note northern California Hyundai dealers radio network complications are the highest of high tech when it comes to mechanical devices complications complications and chemical watch that keeps track of more than just hours minutes and seconds like what exactly a chronograph another stopwatch function and sometimes account mechanical yes and then there are perpetual calendar complications that will be even keep track of and then there are the moon phase complications and minute repeaters turbo lawns are spectacular watch the does all of that those are called grand complications the.

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"stephen manson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Zero. Be legal to and he came into the dugout. He threw his glove. Not once but twice. Mickey Callaway asked about the public display of emotion. Let them blow off steam guys get pissed all the little boy. It's tough when you give up a run the ball to leave. The infield always understands. So we'll see what they can do with this resumption of the suspended game. And in game two of the series that we Stephen Manson Daniel Ponsa pawns daily owned. Yes. Yes. Magellan. Pictured of Jacob degrom in the dugout like breaking every helmet lighting the dugout on just throw the book late him blow off. Some steam, let them be guys. Let them be he'll be done in a minute. Don't worry about it. You're bad on fire. It's okay, we'll get you a new one. We'll get you. That's in the budget. Don't worry about it. Michael Conforto at a two run Homer in this one. So the Mets are one up to now. Seventeen straight games at home with a home run, which is a franchise record. So at least the fence is a little bit, but not enough. Runs in the bullpen work from. I should've. And maybe tonight. Maybe it would be nice. I pitch homerun walk off and call it a day break. Seven ten start as previously scheduled for or were they in the Mets lineup tonight. You know, I believe I believe Wilson Ramos is leading off his wife won't show another sign about how she's pregnant minutes before he's supposed to step in the box amazing to me. Confidence. Spoke is not as confidence, but his focus. Yeah. They were pregnant and you have what their third child. Yeah. As he's in the on deck circle. And then he strikes out. He was either thinking one of two things, like, wow. This is great. Right. It one of those two things either way, tough to be focused on hitting mid-nineties fastballs. When you get that news delivered to you moments before, as far as the Yankees, go out in Chicago built an early four nothing lead against the White Sox. Jay said, yeah, no one, one swung on.

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"stephen manson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Nine twenty I'm Bob Heussler in the wake of a five game losing streak. Mitch decision makers decided to stick with Mickey Calloway looking like a good decision right now. The Mets have won four straight says Monday's vote of confidence today. They complete a four-game sweep for the nationals at city field, six four Mets won the final three of the series in their final turn. It bad today. Carlos Gomez on at one to pitch with two outs bottom of the eighth lasted eight three run Homer to put the Mets on top Stephen Manson, no decision for allowing one run over six. And he had a good view of the comeback. We just hang in there. You know, the guys that they don't give in don't quit. Everybody's been contributing, you know, someone different every day. So it's just been awesome. It's just to get wind today. Come back took Robert silman off the hooky had a last three in the top of the but earns the win which was saved by, Edwin d as twelve Noah Syndergaard starts tomorrow's opener against the Troy the tiger. Has lost nine in a row, the Antes today, blew a late four one lead. But then they a run in the night, beat the Orioles, six to five with pinch hitters labor tours and Gary Sanchez each getting aboard and tonight Aaron Hicks, eventually, drew basis low to walk that forced into tie-breaking run for labor to come in, and Gary. DJ and then in an errand finish it off a three to count with a huge huge, huge back doing what he does big time any that's our Boone talking about a big tank to our rally in the ninth inning as the Yankees. Sweet the last place Orioles win their fifth in a row, Masahiro Tanaka largest one run over six and a no decision. Now the Yankees had to Kansas City to play another last place team. They take on the royals and the AKIs continue to lead the raised by two Tampa Bay. Cleveland seventy the Red Sox defeat Toronto eight to two Phillies beat the covet. Nine seven two brazen thirteen got past the giants five to four mentioned the Tigers lost nine ROY. They were beaten today by Miami five to, to the raptors have never led in this game five against the bucks. They trail by many seventeen but they are on a run right now. Looking at take belief five eighteen to go in the first half the raptors and the bucks are tied at thirty four and a series that is. Tied at two in this report is brought to you by the Ray Katina auto group. See the redesigned, twenty twenty Range Rover evoque at Land Rover Edison, and Land Rover, Marlboro five you sure WFAN.

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"stephen manson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Report as Jones Stashower. John Jonathan the hope is that some days some of the thirteen Yankees now on the injured list will return, and then the relative unknowns have been taking their place will likely return to the minors. But in the meantime, many of them have helped the Yankees float like geo or shallows replace McGill and third base. He's been studying the field late last night in Anaheim or shell came through at the plate run-scoring single fourteenth. Thinning for a four three. Yankee win is set. Fly. Given the twelfth any Li only to have the angels tie it against their oldest Chapman. Good pitching. From Jay have Jonathan holder one relief in the Yanks won six or seven last time out for Stephen Manson was a nightmare gave up eight runs left the game. Without retiring a batter last night different story against the same team. He and the Mets beat the Phillies five to one. That's win. Six three perfect innings from the bullpen the walkie bucks. Best record the NBA. They swept the pistons all four wins by at least fifteen point one twenty seven zero four in Detroit the bucks first series win since one on that face, Boston, Utah state alive. One oh, seven ninety one Houston still leads three one. They'll be to game seven tonight Stanley Cup playoffs and another one tomorrow. Carolina beat Washington. Five to two Dallas top national overtime stars win that series and six the Bloomberg NBC sports update. I'm Jon Stashower. Joe shot. Thank you, part time broke. Correspondent Tom Kaine booking flight to the United Kingdom for June third. V as the United States. It'll be the President Trump. Royal family finished, the headline the president going to the UK for state visit to make but the coin a little bit more than that ended up bit lighter. World headquarters.

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"stephen manson" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"stephen manson" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"He's been a guest on episode one thirty five and two eighteen joins us to talk about gossip gossip is a massive issue. It's everywhere and most offices. I've got some pockets of it some are rife with its everywhere. It can't be defeated and you can lead through it. How do you do that take that is? Issue on in depth this up Assode because gossip is an enemy point blank. So we're gonna talk about that. We've got a great implementing no gossip guide from our entreleadership team. So how do you take what you're gonna hear from Stephen? And then apply it to the workplace that resource is going to help you. And then how about some real main street testimony on gossip we got some master series attendees who share their stories as business owners on how gossip was affecting their office. And then what they did to do about it. You're gonna hear from that group of people as well. And that's the kind of stuff, by the way that will really be. I think a beautiful tie to this entire episode. It gives you some real testimonies from men and women who are leading like you are who defeated this insidious enemy called gossips. Let's get right to it. Here's our good friend, Stephen Manson. I well, this is a great treat many times. We've had Stephen Mansfield on the program trying to think four or five times since I've been here and we're so excited to having back. He is a part time Nashville, Ian, it's good to have in studio. First time it had you in this studio. Yes, it is. You are in the old small studio. This is more befitting of a man, you're Cise. Thank you very much. All right. So you were recently with us. I'm thinking couple months ago spoke to entire team. And we wanted to have you back to talk specifically about gossip it is one of the core values at Ramsey solutions. You know this. Well, you're very close friends with Dave, and it is a no gossip policy that is clearly stated no gossip policy as a value. It's a very oddly worded value. But it underscores the importance of what day thinks about this idea of gossip. And so you have with your vast experience and all the different type of leadership positions you've held all the different types of leaders that you've consulted companies as well just curious where we dive into this and some of the stuff you shared when you talked to our team gossip why does Dave and why should leaders have such a strong stance against gossip? Because absolutely destroys the noble culture that leadership has meant to Bill. I believe leadership is mainly about building a culture and a culture of nobility and success empowerment vision. And all that even a little bit of healing. Even though we're not churches for the most part. And I am one hundred percent convinced the gossip destroys that. So if you can be harmed by the very people who are supposed to be your team members and igniting your destiny,.

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