12 Burst results for "Stickhandling"

"stickhandling" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"stickhandling" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Yeah, I think guys are definitely a little bit walk on eggshells coming into the room the next day. And I was right up before the deadline. So, yeah, it was it was definitely strange. I mean, we kind of saw that we kind of knew it was coming a little bit, but we didn't expect the letter to come out and all that to make that public, but yeah, they cleaned house that year. No doubt. When you first got to meet Panera, I know you just play with them, you know, the one year, but was it just amazing right off the gecko on the ice before the season started? He seemed super friendly. I've never met him, but it must have been wild, seeing the season he had that year. He's so good. He's so skilled. I don't even think I can count whenever the puck touches his stick, something good happens. Like never never makes a mistake, which is crazy. Yeah, he's just he works his ass off too. He's in the gym all the time. He's working on stickhandling shooting before practice. Just elite elite skill and elite talent. He's a stud. And he's always smiling too, which is great. You know, sometimes you get the Russians that are always a little crabby and never smile. This guy's always smiling. He's always in a good mood and he's a really good guy. Did he ever almost clip somebody with that high kick? He does when he scores. I always stayed away when you score. I knew something something might be coming. So I've got kicked in the face once by Kevin, Hayes. I don't need that to happen again. Yeah, you lost some chips, right? I did. Yeah. How'd that come back around? So we were at the garden kind of was I can't remember who some of the Chicago and hosa. He was the fed name and they were both right in front of me and also cut and turned around and hit calves leg and I was right behind Kevin is skating up and hit me right in the chin. I lost two teeth and I think I had like 40 stitches. That's the scar right there. Yeah, right here. Yeah, that's pretty nasty. Yeah, so Kevin never said sorry or didn't buy me dinner or anything. He just kind of went on. And then turn you into a pats fan. So you really got kicked in the dick. Hey, I want to know what the backstory between all these nicknames. Like, where did Larry come about? And then I see this one, Brady hung now. Most of you probably think that it's for a different reason than it actually is. But that's not the case. Larry is Larry's not me. I don't know who said that. We call being literary, Larry. He calls me Brad for some reason. So I think that might be that from Brady hung. Where did you guys where did you get this information from? We just heard dro check. It's really worse than biz on the ice. That's not true. I think I showed up once we had a team party and I showed up to a practice and whenever I go out, my eyes literally the next morning just like droop down super far. And guys, I walked into the rank and guys like, Jesus. Like, you hit by a train or something last night and that's her Brady Hong started. So that doesn't happen as much anymore after I got back nickname. You lived with hazy at first, right? You were a 22 year old rookie living in New York City, playing for the ranges. Life must have been pretty damn good for you at that time. I'm not saying it's not now, but at 22, the world joist on that position. Yeah, it was a lot of fun. I actually live with VC my first year a rookie year in New York who lived in battery park and then our second year meet Kevin was always over at our place where we were always at his place. So one night, why don't we just get a spot together? And we got a place in Tribeca that was pretty cool. Three of us live in there. So it's just unbelievable city and like you said at 22 and 23 years old. It was a good time. There's no staying in. When you tried to. So getting into the game of hockey was at your dad, like you just always loved the game. Like, what was the beginning to you playing and also kind of curious, most kids in Minnesota you dream of playing for the gophers? Was that the case for you as well? Yeah, it was. So I got I come from a football family. My dad was a football coach for well player, my grandpa played at the U for football, my uncle did the same. But my other uncle was actually a skating coach growing up. His skating coach for the things coyotes and I remember going when I was really young with my cousins like high school hockey games. I think that's where I kind of fell in love with the game. I didn't even play. My dad played college football in a small school in Minneapolis called Augsburg. Oh, sorry, hockey? Yeah. No, no, no, no. He played yeah, he played football and basketball. And so I got in hockey through my content my uncle, I believe, and then my dad was like fully supportive of it. He always kind of wished he played hockey, I think, all of his buddies were hockey players. So it's just kind of thing to do in Minnesota. Yeah, I was looking at that roster, your first year at college. You guys said ten guys on that team that went on to play at least one game in the NHL. Most guys are still even playing. I mean, I think there's probably about 6 guys who are still in the league. Yeah, no, it was my freshman year was crazy. We were supposed to, we were ranked one the whole year. We're supposed to win the national championship. And got balanced in the first round to Yale who actually went on to win it that year..

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"stickhandling" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"stickhandling" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If you're an indigenous teenager alburto you probably know that ever sick means very cool and if you're ocoee fan you know that today angle means to fake the defense on the ice with some fancy stickhandling put those two things together and you have one of the best selling hoodies made by smudge the blades. Apparel heroin kingfisher is hockey fan behind the new company. Recently mr kingfisher veto sixteen hundred other indigenous entrepreneurs in the powell pitch competition in alberta super exciting like we. wasn't expecting the win obviously was sixteen hundred businesses. Neth so it's a little like dragons den right and you got a boil it down to your to your pitch hundred percent. It's like this like dragon's in a pitch for a minute. Sixteen hundred people. They brought down two hundred fifty. We had another pitch. But december was like a question period with some judges and then we went down again to twenty twenty nine to another pitch for two minutes and then two minutes of questions from some i. Guess the final judge wilson from from dragons And yeah we ended up pulling the whole thing off and winning it all so for those who don't know what's the concept behind smudge the blades. So i'm a huge hockey player I grew up playing indigenous hockey tournaments across canada And yet when. Kobe kinda counselor thing kind of saw across my facebook like people. Were kinda sad because of the it wasn't happening. So what are what are some of the slogans that some of the favorites. I have really an awesome Turtle island hockey design. The a friend did this me. And that's something really really well Was another one with a hockey stick with. Its got the i. I'm not sure is it. Crea- yeah it's gotta crease lobbies right. Yeah and that's just a smudge ablaze and Crease lobbyist and that's a really big seller as well and actually a friend now as you edmonton there was one of the guys who purchased one last or In november and i saw where. Nhl dot com. It's really cool to see other Nhl players exponential where where the years well know now this key come on the twenty five thousand dollar prize How will use that money. So i'll be part of my. My brand is i give back to the indigenous youth hockey players To avert he gave back row. Five thousand dollars in the last week just to help Parents and Hockey players message on my facebook. This feeling hey. I need some help. Talk year Our registration fees or my kids wouldn't go to play hockey this year so i definitely respect them. we've got some british peace coverage hostage covered and with the hockey. 'cause it's really awesome because a lot of stores when i mentioned what i do they give me at cost pricing. So they help with so much and Yeah and also. I need a stock for winter and christmas is my first time right. It was just kinda like crazy and november like everybody was wanting it. And i just couldn't get a for the money that was harlan. Kingfisher forts sketch went alberto. He recently beat out more than sixteen hundred other indigenous entrepreneurs to win the pow pitch competition. He was speaking with mark connolly.

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"stickhandling" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"stickhandling" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

"Glendening looks terrible so now a good even that goal that he had like a decent shot. The like you kind of expected score there too so my only thing to to rebuff that i don't disagree with you in the face off circle. He needs to be better in the because that is his main staple he needs to be winning faceoffs but Look at kelsey. When he first got here the first year he was it it was rough was extremely rough and it was terrible and it took him until the playoffs to actually come into his own in figuring out how how to how he could have a role stars and fulfilled that role and figured that out. Now i think just glendenning needs some time now. Unfortunately for him. We don't have that kind of time because this year is it. This is the year if it's not shared everybody. I now but but like especially with the ski in brad roger lifeguard. We're gonna have a ton of cap space. But this is an. He needs to be able to figure it out more quickly in my own opinion. Yes ma'am i kind of understand that but for proceeds play style at matters more about him understanding where the people around him are gonna be. 'cause if you think about ski doesn't score goals because he has great stickhandling. Great speed a wicked shot. He scores goals because he puts himself in the position to score goals. But for glendenning. He has to win faceoffs. It doesn't really matter what the guys around you're doing when you're winning a face off like win the face off and just to add onto that really quick. He doesn't look very comfortable. Defensively right now. And i think that's that's what's making it worse and why we're saying more on the face offs even more because even even when he's defending he. He doesn't look great not showing up side on that site either. Yeah all right. Let me leave the stat sheet real quick because we gotta we still got about five minutes before we got to try and wrap this up but one thing. I was really frustrated with still continuing on from this game was the the dump and chase I felt it was better. But.

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"stickhandling" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"stickhandling" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"The hockey right. That's what i'm looking at it. We got a new frostbite. Engine integration i. Just i just don't know yet you guys. I don't i don't know just yet. How the hockey is traded. Might hurt you jeff. Look i've i'm used to getting hurt with this series so it wouldn't be anything new right all the gripes that i have had about. Maybe the last five games are like the puck is acting weird. There's tons of strange shit. That never happens in real hockey but just finds its way into this game and you know a lot of that was just like. Hey no worry man we're gonna fuck and put this on frostbite. It's going to be sick. You're like look then. That's not coming from them. That's just like sort of what this this you know. Community had sort of h- h their their wagon to food. And i just don't know yet. I just a lot of. It feels similar to what i'm used to i i can tell there's there's maybe a little bit more fluidity to like it doesn't feel as mushy there's a. There's definitely a certain sense of precision. That feels like That's been enhancing away. That skating maneuvering because you have guys skate. Like when you skate. The thing about playing hockey is that it's not like soccer or basketball where you just fucking run to the thing like all the balls over there now. I gotta run over there like. Oh it's different when you play ice hockey it's all about putting yourself in the best possible skating angle to hit a certain part of the ice to receive a pass like a lot of it is of recoiling and understanding you know progression right in and just being in the right place and the problem and that idea of realistic ice hockey directly conflicted with what. Ea's sort of product was in the game in my in my opinion because it just didn't mesh that methodology. That gives us just it. It devolved into this arcadi thing where people were just like. Oh i can just you know. Act in human and do thing. So that's the thing that i'd been yearning for and i think maybe there's shades of it here where the skating feels a lot more natural and there are like i m seeing bits and pieces that appear interesting to me. Like oh maybe maybe. That'll you know a payoff in a long line of like how you can accept the pass in a certain way so you're still like shoot people to shoot back ends in an unrealistic way. That would just break your brain if you ever watchdog game. No one shoots like that. That would be like you know. It just didn't make any sense if you ever hockey game anyway. I'm cautiously optimistic. I think there's enough there. That has me Intrigued enough to kinda see through in the final game comes out and and maybe you know. Give it another shot. 'cause that's like i said that's the thing that i want. I want to do the playoff mode. I wanna do own a mode. I wanna go through all those things. I want to have an above all else. I want the hockey simulation thing to be the best part of the game like that is what i'm selfishly concerned with where you play a video game should be the best part of a video game like you know like like i really You know idea of menus for your franchise really good and we you know like that stuff cool and people like that shit but like if you get on the ice and it doesn't feel right. It's all for nothing you know sears ways. There is a laundry list of things that just found their way in that the the just stayed in that game year after year on a level that i cannot even put into words like how is this still in this game a lot of these sort of quality of life things or just straight up bugs or exploits or just things. That should not be there. A found themselves they showed up every goddamn year and you know some of that stuff I think has has a lot to do with like how you balance the stickhandling aspect of the game and shooting. I know that's like a really difficult not to crack. Yeah because like people wanna hit the button and shoot the puck. They don't wanna hit and then have an animation go like well. This is an unrealistic spot for me to do the backhand. So i've got to drive this to make it look real or feel real like no one wants that but you've gotta stop account for dislike responsive inputs percent percent. Now how do you feel now ten. It's it's been a little over ten years since there's been an nhl to k. game how does that. How does that strike you. Do you feel that this is a lot of this is because there is only one. Nhl game on the market zero sense of competition or was two ks game. So bad i i can't. I'm trying to remember what it what it was at that time but like it just wasn't selling hockey but also was terrible. I'm trying to remember. I wanna say it could be off by maybe two years give or take but i wanna say like to k. Five through eight. Were really good. Maybe it was before that maybe it was like two three to six nine was the last one came out on current combos. They did a to k ten. That if i'm looking at this right was only for we and phones. There was definitely a solid stretch. That was really good where i was choosing that brand of hockey over. Ea and i remember being like a two to three year period. Where i was like this is the better game At least for me right And i think they were. You know. I think there were. I think there was like a general shift for a temporary as it were but you know i do but to answer your question absolutely not having that competition it sucks definitely want to see what else someone would other team could put together for hockey twenty 2021 definitely i think it's it's you know even if it's the arcade version of it like let s see it there's such That's yeah of hard news stuff like everything sort of are you kidding. Another hits that. Would i would do for that right. So it's it's definitely missing I but i realize that's the same for a lot of the big sports and yes. I said big sports. Because that's what talking hockey's a part of the big sports affiliate us appreciate. You asked me even for my opinion on. nhl lots of thank you but yeah Big sport. I don't know like what lord the big sport anymore. It's really just. you're right. What ball and other football it's just football and fortnight so basketball's like the big are. Yes you're right basketball. It's football football and basketball. Yep and that's kind of it man. I don't feel like baseball baseball field. Looks like it's. It's just on that hockey trajectory of used to be on television networks. And now it's like this is on the regional sports networks out saying man we gotta deal but it's like i don't know we're on youtube and you're like all right. This is my fault. I I y back myself into this. You.

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"stickhandling" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

Sekeres & Price Show

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"stickhandling" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

"A reminder that with andrew rotten on vacation and warden three thousand the artificial intelligence producer who is filling in we have thrown to him very seldomly. Today we've had some news we've had some news and Many of you didn't like him yesterday. Banning of you really didn't like him yesterday thought him gimmicky and well downright annoying shot upset garrison. My battery still cheeky. Like the real thing. I do understand why people hate him. Yes we need you to keep a good year out for errors and omissions which we do at the end of the show and send them in if you hear anything that is incorrect I already have one today. That i can self report and frankly The clumsy stickhandling on that last segment towards the end. That one goes on my docket today as well blake price. Yeah yeah no i never. Hey you just want to talk for three hours straight not take any breaks giver fabulous partners time to no. It's just our again when we flipped up. The price is right in the welcome mat. You know it's was a little confusing to me. And i had something written down here. That was incorrect. And so i just lost track of the procedure second. Yeah tell me i'm wrong. Brought to you by richmond autobody..

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"stickhandling" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

Sekeres & Price Show

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"stickhandling" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

"Right to you. Final results of today's blog poll question. Okay we didn't hashtag seahawks. Aw heads will roll. Go hawks which is what which what you want and we should've ashtec seahawks as well. wasn't written down like that and i think it was. Okay okay all right. Is this last. Dance for the seahawks. Yes or no low voting on the pole. Yes or no yes. Yes from the correct. What percentage said yes Seventy four sixty six. Even two-thirds said yes one third said no blog is your source of free casino games poker strategy and sports odds everything around here you would think at some point four months in someone would take the initiative and realize we're all the hashtags after go when we tweet specific. Need you put go. Hawks official the seahawks hashtag was. I was only stickhandling like seventeen at the time because you know i don't. It's not a must assignment. The officials seahawks hashtag is by the way we should've wish my twelve anyway. An omission since your namesake and running mate in seattle. It was his birthday yesterday so happy birthday. Drew took my brother and my producer to seattle for the jason couple of years ago they hit it off and boy was it messy next day. No wait we believe it in seattle gonna leave it there. Hey it was his fortieth so he had to he had to do. You're allowed to get messy on your fortieth and that's pretty much the last one you're allowed to get messy outright. Blake can't get messy at fifty s too much. You have all these rules for when you get older. Can't wear three button shirt. Can't get curious. Come on man. i don't want to plea wasted anymore. Shit bad hurts the next day but the hangovers. Our just punitive insufferably. Okay just. I can't bear them anymore. Boy what are we scrub today. We'll get to your party game up. Really don't terrible and eggs really really good time. Partying for me is a tight eight hours asleep. That's that is a party you see. Se no andrew. Blake is twenty months older than me so we go out on the road at a draft or whatnot. And i'd be like okay. Let's have one more in blake would be like no topic out gotta go and wittingham and i would always wittingham an ira. Blake's leo is eleven. Thirty yeah and then we finish up and then like now. I get it now that i've reached the age that he was just twenty twenty months behind. Yeah so that's what i gotta look forward to. Is that what you're saying. Absolute as we told you got a while when a man turns forty he no longer shreds nar. The nar shreds him. Now it's not shoes coming out of things that can apply to okay so i got quite a lengthy list. I gotta read my writing here though. So the tokens alliance. Sleeps tonight. technically. Not on the lion king soundtrack but it was in the movie those two characters the monkey in the boars anymore. Puma kuna matata guys on puma..

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"stickhandling" Discussed on The Strategists

The Strategists

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"stickhandling" Discussed on The Strategists

"The tone and kind of what are you saying for your backtrack tomorrow. Hurried has stickhandling something like this. Are there any tenants of political strategy. That would be important to consider when you do backtrack because we always talk about the double down. We rarely talk about how you do a really good backtrack or how you do really good offramp so to speak so curious to hear. If you've got any thoughts on that the first thing i would do. If i was doing this is i would make it. Look like it's not backtrack. You know we were always going to be evaluating what was going to be happening but prior to the school year. We're going to keep pushing for vaccinations. We're gonna make sure that Vaccinations occur. We were never going to just waltz into the school year with everything. Just you know. We were aware that children between zero and eleven were not being vaccinated. We understood that we weren't going to just run into Corey's burning building We had a good plan Unfortunately this plan has been undone by the number the just the sheer volume of people who are refusing to get vaccinated We will double down on our vaccination efforts But this is their fault not ours. And that's probably the tone that i would take is that we're not actually backtracking at all. We want things to be opened. In fact author doing is re reinstating. Some of the testing stuff still quarantine sound like. They're saying you know what let's get back to some of the masking things now. They're not doing any of that. They're just. They're just not stopping testing. They're just not stopping reporting the numbers. That's it everything else. You can still walk into a store unmatched here man like. It's not a big backtrack. Not at all corey. How do you position a reversal of course and offramp backtrack whatever you wanna call it. What are some lessons year that that was a political party or political leader should consider. And what do you to your introducing of the topic. Expect the message in the tone to be tomorrow. And how would you script at trajan be Advising the minister of education. We listened to our experts. We still believe the experts are correct. Here this is a pause to illustrate that this plan will work because testing will continue in. Albertans can see those numbers decline now. It's really unfortunate that the federal government has decided to make this a political football and attack alberta and rattle confidence in the province of alberta taking actions that are hurting our economy taking actions that are hurting our people who are having these these concerns brought onto them by these these groups that are just trying to make a point and win some political scores here. We are assigned striven jurisdictions like germany are ending their public testing. They're following our lead but justin trudeau would rather hurt. Our province rattled confidence and wreck kind of the public psyche..

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"stickhandling" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"stickhandling" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Well done my friend. One last note on the vegas colorado series on his cadre suspension was upheld. After the game tonight he still has five more games to go so boyce. I think it's time we've ruined torrey mitchell in his epic stories because this is an all time You guys are gonna enjoy the so without further ado. Torrey mitchell bringing on next guest. This university of vermont product was drafted by san jose in the fourth round of the offered draft a dog penalty killer. He went on to play six hundred sixty six. Nhl games for five teams in additional seventy nine in the playoffs. He retired two years ago after thirteen seasons of professional hockey. Next a bunch of joining us on the spitting chocolates. Podcast torrey mitchell man. I'm good thanks for having me guys. I'm excited ellipoid doing so i'm so pumped to be talking to you. I love it. And mitch's name. I cut brought up here and we'll get into it later with a little bit of an issue as a rookie prank. That done to himself and From jeremy roenick. And who were you with again. Devin gucci okay. So we're going to save that. We're going to save that for later. But i i kinda wanna get into what's going on now. Now you played it for mont and your back living in burlington. You run an elevator a hockey academy in a way. Yeah yeah just like you know like the small lace training that you see like austin matthews for training on. That's exactly what we're doing. We have a little patch ice. It's like forty by sixty feet. I could grab the computer and show you. But i i'll stay in here said it's It's really caught on like the kids. Are friggin loving it. We do private lessons like one or two kids for the hour and we're just slammed and we're we're actually opening up a second facility kind of franchising in boston actually with one. I think one of your former teammates chris. Diamond steinbeck why. I'm just going to be one of skill coaches. They're helping out so him and another guy. John hutchins so that's opening in july. So yeah it's just been like a complete whirlwind since Retiring from hockey and still in the game which is fine and just not enough hours in the day right now feels with how busy i am so it's been cool. It's been a good transition. I didn't have that dead period of just golfing for five years. The my mind was five months. Then i met biz but i think it's funny because in new england like vermont. The one kid brady lies and ring. He was from vermont. He was awesome at eighty two born but with a camp like yours. It's only gonna produce better talent because there hasn't been a ton of hockey players from vermont in the past thirty years now there hasn't all the all the top players end up leaving At each fourteen tried to go to prep schools. New england anyways But yeah the hockey here is not known for hockey but it. They love hockey. Your everyone's a big bruins fan. So it's yeah. There's a big following here for hockey and we've been slammed we have like one hundred kids on the wait weightless for the summer program. So it's crazy. Wow that's good started so we're excited to be franchising in boston potentially announcing jersey moving moving forward as well so that's great and congrats to you. You mentioned montreal. And that's where you're from so you. Did you grow up an enormous fan. Yeah i did. I did we. We we ended up Getting tickets to like three or four games a year. My dad and brother Kind of ninety three. I remember going to a playoff game on that play offered on their stanley cup run and early nineties but yeah grew up like huge patrick one fan who koyabu those guys were just legendary so yeah definitely. You can't grow up the montreal play hockey. I love the have. So i heard your old man used to build the rink in the backyard. I would imagine that you probably doing some of those skill drills out there with him that much like you're doing now for the young kids in burlington i mean i'm trying to keep up with swaggie p here but you guys have hosted some of his crazy stickhandling video lacrosse style. Stickhandling videos but yeah. He had the typical canadian story. Had the backyard. Rink gone. I spent hours and hours and hours out there Trying to hone my skills. Until i got the nhl said the chip boxing. And james giving it to you for trying to move that you worked on all summer. That's all i'm like all right. I'm going to be a skilled guy this season. I gotta just stick handle all summer. What are you doing your ass on a bench now. Every year i would. I would go train and come back at a camp. Maybe maybe this year. I break out. Maybe this is the year where i can start making plays at the blue light and in two days in the camp. It's like you have to sit down and say hey fuck put it not fucking coroner get in there and four check and if you don't get it just get the fuck off the ice. Yeah i think. I had a dollar for every time they told me. Just just just use your speed to. Caesar speak i get it. I can't stand. That's the nice way of saying you can't stick handle do so did you grow up. Is it all english. Speaking neighborhood like in terms of how does that work to where the areas are mostly english-speaking. Yes that's get that that's a good question we grew up in a town called greenfield park pretty english by ten minutes south of the city. And yeah it was. Like i was the english big on my team grown up and and then i get down to call ed donahue vietnam or i went to prep school. I got a prep school. And are you an uvm. And then i'm like they're calling me are only mitchell calling me shed. You're frenchie now. I'm like mom who am. I know i can't win. Seven identity crisis I don't know where where am i from. What am i not supposed to be english for. Montreal hero saw Yeah yeah it like. It was very very very french outside of my town. Obviously once nine or ten years old like the travel teams are all french. All the best players are french. Pretty much i mean. There's a couple english country alex. Warren corey crawford was couple. The back in the day Lombardi he was. I guess considered an english montreal. Or but yeah for the most part. It's all french. So i was like the only english guy on the team. Just trying to be a clown to fit in. I guess and then and then i get to. School gets a freaking college and the french guy. How'd you hear. How'd you end up going there. My parents were so dead set on going to college. You're going back was never even an option junior now. wow now. there's no ops like they were dead set on me going to college. My dad worked He was athletic director at kind of like a a ritzy like prep school. A school in downtown montreal. The had to go to that school instead of a public school. Might your any. And all these connections with these you know like a dis at like deerfield hotchkiss and all these all these fancy prep school. So was like you're going here. I had like a really big Like midget midget season. I was going to be like a top three or four pick in the queue. No way and i met we met. I remember we met with like every team that summer..

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"stickhandling" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"stickhandling" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Firm so that audience is advisors. Let's talk a little bit about your brand approach. This is a podcast for marketers. And as much as i wanna learn about the way to build value in your organization you built the built to sell brand the value. Builders brandon the books as well. How do you think about managing multiple different brands and finding a purpose and a different customer for each one of them yet. Really it's about. Who is the customer. That's something that we've struggled with and it's something that we continue to have internal debate senate and this is a goofy even say but value builder. We asked the question like who is our ideal customer and it seems like such a basic question. But there's really two answers for that is our customer the end business owners who we aim to serve through the dipoto system or is it. The person who pays are built. Which is the advisor. She was licensed the system which they in turn us with their customs. And we've got through a fairly lengthy debate internally about that and you think about this in the context of like let's take ford for example four actually doesn't sell cars to consumers ford sells cars to dealerships and the dealership sell cars to consumers but when ford advertising marketing sits down how. We're gonna advertise the new mustang electric car. It's not like they're thinking about. How do we market to the dealers. The lion's share of their thinking goes to how do we market to consumers so we had the same debate internally at valuebill there our ultimate aim is to help business owners but they're not a customers they don't actually pay our bills so what we've chosen to. Recently in fact been is distinguished. The two brands and save value. Builder really is for advisors. It's a practice. Management software effectively professional visors whereas built to sell is the brand or the ultimate customer. Is the business owner. But we've had that debate a lot internally about how to stick stickhandling particularly distributed business model where the end consumer the person you aim to influence is not the person who pays your bills and that's challenge at sounds like the primary customer. The person that pays your bills with this adviser group or using the value builders. But you're doing marketing to the end consumer to drive demand so there is a need for your products and services. Let's talk a little bit about driving that demand and built to sell my friend. Million who actually works in security software was like. Hey you're doing a podcast. You just started the mar- tech podcast. Here's one i like about selling your business. Listen to built to sell radio. Which made me think. I should read the built to sell book interesting. That's really not the usual journey. But that's really cool. Yeah normally it. Goes the book to the podcast. But i went the other way around. Talk to me about the built to sell brand. And what are some of the core messages actually specifically about the book. What's the thought process behind building something to sell the whole idea behind the book. Everything that we do is instead of chasing revenue which is the prevailing wisdom and narrative among most entrepreneurs right most entrepreneurs we know we say hey we just need five thousand list or the puck out there just an eel meeting and say hey we hit a million dollars or five million dollars or ten million dollars. Top line revenue and we subscribe to the idea that revenue vanity and value is sad. That in fact what you should be chasing is building. The value of your company and herein lies the kind of core idea in that. Is that for your business be valuable. It has to be something that will work without you and that is really the essence of a valuable company. That when you take the owner out of the equation for a moment does the business continued to thrive and that's really the essence of all of the works that we do is is structure and this is not a new concept. Michael gerber course. The very famous author wrote the ems sort of coined. This term work on not in your company similar principles but the idea is for your company to have transferable value could sell it effectively. What it has to succeed without you. When i read built to sell i wasn't at a million dollars in revenue. I was that probably about ten thousand dollars of revenue. I just left running the marketing department at an early stage startup. i started a professional services. Business i had brought on my first client and i didn't know what i was doing. I was in what i call the. Atm phase which is anything for money and somebody needed some marketing help. And i said great. I'll take it. And fortunately for me. I ran into the podcast and the book and while creating a system where the owner can be replaced from. The business is one of the primary takeaway. One of my biggest takeaways was building a set of systems and products for services business. Instead of saying i'm going to come in and solve your problems it was. These are the things that i can sell. You hear my products. Here's how am packaging the work that i'm doing in a formalized systematic way which led me from being a. I'm a random marketing consultant to. I am someone who does brand development and marketing strategy. And here's how. I think about the differences between these two products and because their products. Here's how i seldom. Here's how much they cost. Here's how long it takes to deliver. And i have a standard deliverable with me scale my consulting business so a thank you iraq charge over ten grand now the just over ten bread. Yeah we are over ten grant. It was hugely impactful and ironically. I listened to your book at list. Do it as an audio book. I and then. I read it to make sure i actually soaked everything and but when i went back to the podcast as my consulting business scaled from i've got a client that's paying ten thousand dollars now. I gotta go find other ones. I went through this process of standardizing of a product ties. In my services the consulting business hit a ceiling. And i went back to try to grow the audience using the podcast and the podcast martic. Podcast grew much faster than i ever expected. It would and i decided that that was actually going to be the core product. And that i was going to be a podcast host because i felt that there was a higher ceiling running a media business than a professional services business and now i'm still using the same things that i've learned from built to sell in the sense of. I might be the talent. But i need to replace myself from ad sales and marketing and operations. And it's helped us scale. The martin podcast to be multiple different podcasts and with an eye on creating more of a network of business shows so that said. This isn't about me as you start to think about. Not only reaching the people who are million to five million in revenue were thinking about packaging their business knowing that you also reached people that are you know. The lowly market consultants with ten thousand dollars of revenue. How do you think about the goals from a marketing perspective. When you're building a.

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"stickhandling" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"stickhandling" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Their welcome to the show. Sense fall eight five in edmonton on sunday night and still struggling with the basics. That's eight straight losses. Now for the sense they want opening night over toronto one of the best teams in the league and of course they've reeled off eight straight losses and kept on battling they've been Outshooting their opponents. They did it again this evening. Thirty eight to thirty three still getting thumped bill. Brady caccia calling white. Each had a goal and an assist and artem zoo got an assist in his first. Nhl game thomas shadow. His absence was obvious. Connor mcdavid leandra side. Let eleven points together on the night. They'd five a piece before the game was barely halfway through. So eight is back to the drawing board. Once again for the ottawa senators who still languish in last place overall in the nhl and they get a couple more games against the orleans here in the next week or so looking back to the saturday night. Game as the oilers beat the leafs that connor mcdavid goal was a thing of beauty. Was it not like he went around jake muhsin like he was playing in his are muslim. Talking about like muslim was playing his very first pro hockey game embarrassed. The guy goes in on a breakaway scores. Just vintage connor mcdavid stuff. There's not many guys in the league who can do that is tracy how good the guy is. How fast is whatever. I saw a bunch of comets and his lateral speed has his flat out speed. His hands is is all this stuff you know all of it adding up to what the guys the guys leading in all categories you know when it comes to scoring goals it makes me think those stevie if if i was to coach a kid even growing up if the kids growing up playing junior I would because it puts fear in defendant. Okay and a guy guys trying to defend a guy is speed. That's what i would go for. I would. I would say if you've got to pick one thing. Okay become the fastest guy in the league or one of the fastest. And you're going to get some room you're going to get you're going to. I don't know what you think. I mean stickhandling and all that stuff is good in passing and and whatever else you know hitting the games right now for sure. It's all about eve domain question. Yup yup guys are just. You can see them kind of freeze you know. They're not because like where he's he's gonna go somewhere here but i don't know he's to go and it's and i'm supposed to try and stop them and the next thing he's behind you. You know your crazy crazy. That's why most powerplays are set up with that neutral zone dropped pass because it allows for guys to come through the neutral zone with speed and gets defenders on their heels slaughter. People hate it because when it goes wrong. It doesn't look very good but if it's done the way it's designed it actually is a very effective way to break out power play and it. It takes advantage of speed. And that's how they did it game. The old others that was. That was the move with paul. Coffey coming coming up as you say coming up through the neutral zone right and drop it off and use frigging steamrolled his way in there really. Oh sure i remember that. Watch some of that stuff where they dropped it off to cough coming out of their own end for sure. Oh sure i mean. I remember the you know. Leave it for coffey down near the goal line and let him roll but one guy taking get through most of the neutral zone and getting over the red line and then slingshot at back to the defensive zone. You came from that's to me. I think that's a new revelation here in the last five years. Well i'm not saying it was exactly like connor mcdavid but but he has had the speed radio. The big the big speed right the other fight i was like why do they edmonton oilers wanted. I decide to wear uniform. That looks very much like their hated. Rival calgary flames seem like an odd choice. The oilers must lead lead the league in alternative jerseys and of course this is all the adidas thing But i saw them in another one. That was like you know blue with orange numbers and such it was like i don't know it. Seems like their second alternative jersey. That i've seen already this year and the league the hell with wearing. Yeah what. I'm just looking at the leaf. Steel kinda the seventies eighties look and they wear numbers that are gray or dark blue. They have a great outlined but blue so it looked like nobody had numbers on. I know i know. I know how the how the marketing people look at that and go. Yeah that's a good one there. Everyone everyone they won't know who the guy is. But that's okay play by play nightmare. Can i have announced matt jersey. I think it's thirty five. I couldn't see yeah. Well marine's background. Yeah remember i mean. We're old enough to recall a game with. Nhl was played without helmets and that was actually kind of cool. It was very safe in the way of skull fractures and such but it was cool from a viewer ship standpoint. You didn't need to see the number because you could identify the guy very quickly just based on hair colour hairstyle facial hair. Whatever it is a everybody was very instantly identifiable and then the helmets game and then the advisors came and now they've wiped out the numbers in toronto fairly fan. You don't know who your word i can name. I can name two possibly three guys that i remember playing in the nhl without helmets. One was here. Craig mctavish okay And hang on. hang on. hang on hang on. who's the other guy. I've never played without a helmet. Surely you remember a time when the nhl was all guys like ninety five percent no helmets. Well no i. When i was a kid. You mean yeah. I'm trying to think after the mid eighties when i when i I can tell you some of the guys if you want. Yeah so you get craig matab. Which was the last guy to play without a helmet. brad marsh. Yeah that's sick. And if i year an auto actually. It's to imagine a team as young as the ottawa senators. Even they had a guy who didn't play. We'll play without a helmet there others other guys as well. That's still plotted around late. In the game rondo. Gay was very late Guiding smith anyone else see court not wear a helmet. Yeah he. he went helmet. I think his whole career went pretty late in the game. Was there a tough guy in philly to who didn't A tough guy in philly. Anywhere all philly. Yeah if go backwards. That's about as far back as i can. Go mccosh and brad marsh k. Changing gears interesting speech. The new jersey devils new head coach this year in lindy. Ruff veteran coaches bounced around the league for years buffalo. Dallas and now in new jersey and jersey's actually pretty good start they were one of the teams that did not make that expanded playoffs back in the summertime and now they're they're a point out of making the playoffs this year and their newly aligned division. So it's a bit of a spicy the devils where they are and lindy russ getting some credit for that and he gave a speech after their win This weekend he beat the panthers and he's doing this standard thing you know game puck to this guy kudos to this guy and then he threw in a bit of a dig at pk. Sue ban at the end of the speech says lindy ruff after the game the other day.

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"stickhandling" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

Optimism Vaccine

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"stickhandling" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

"It's a very lightweight documentary in for kind of like happy-go-lucky field goal documentary will invariably the managers talk about what constitutes good proletarian and what puppeteer should aspire to so with that in my mind watching this again. I don't hold it against the puppeteers. i'm sure they couldn't afford great puppeteers. But the whole thing is just very clunky. The pope whitson not very you. They don't really have any significant wallace of human qualities. There's one or two. That are no sibley better handled than the rest. I felt like japan until the becomes the director after the sado-masochist going lease lash or whatever. I don't remember the fall. It also noticeably uses has human hands instead of just puppet on stickhandling early there a few points where the puppeteer looks a little bit better but like speaking is mostly just people. Just kind of like pulpits Shouldering around they very clearly. I mean it's fine. You can see the stakes for Joint you can wire than a couple of shots you can see the puppeteer thing going. It's not even jeering on on a technical level. Let alone humor jack. Now this is just like elmo because elmo got me too. Didn't he thinks the guy was that got. Yeah he knows he knows all about it man. They fit right in with these guys. Yeah they'll of the shockingly problem. I have with this and you know one of one thousand problems i have with this thing is it does like what's the point of this. Even having puppets hit the this fantastical elements to the fight the proceedings they're all just puppets of people it's such as superfluous thing yet. I mean you can't afford to do it. you can't do it right. You're not really adding to the outlandish cartoonish nature of this because you don't have anything. Except for humanoid puppets so what the fox appoint. I think the idea is a satire of the idea that domino has all to make a film like this. And i guess there's kind of element off. You know who else could make this movie. Going to resist established within pornography you know the time in pornography was like shifting into the mainstream and legitimacy and even popularity open popularity in publicity that he would make this film i get. Maybe he's were actually like crossover successful like for you know. It's it's bizarre to watch a movie. That feels like it was written by snickering. Eight-year-old clearly could never be shown to children anywhere. You know there's new market.

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Clutter vs. Hoarding:  Whats the difference?

The Psych Central Show

10:49 min | 3 years ago

Clutter vs. Hoarding: Whats the difference?

"Starting right off can you tell us what the general population doesn't understand about hoarding that they think they do all the general population I think believes that ah boarding is necessarily a dirty chaotic math and that's not true horning has three criteria games lead and on each of those three criteria are met whatever you're looking at at that point in time anyway isn't necessarily according situation what are the criteria over I is there is an excessive accumulation what most people would call an excessive accumulation and I say a failure to resolve that proportionately now that does not mean one thing in in one thing out what it means this that fundamentally inside yourself you either don't have or you have a broken checks can balanced system that tells you when things are starting to get out of hand so that you can do it when it's a smaller job which is easier obviously the second is that some or all of the living space is now that can be your home your office your car your backyard in your garage can be anywhere where you live so spaces can't be used for their intended purpose you can still do. ooh functions in your home but you are not doing them in the spaces where they were intended to be done that's Orton because you probably don't have the tools to do those jobs and you're probably adding to the clutter by leaving these lines around rather than put it away when you bought back kind of disruption the third criteria is somebody's upset distress or impairment in functioning still living there but now you're adopting you're stepping over things you're moving things off of a chair so that somebody has a place to sit you stop inviting people home because you're embarrassed about the conditions so half of your social most of your story social life happens outside your home now there's one key thing about that stress or impairment in functioning doesn't mean hey that those people have to be distressed right now you tap to tick that box if people who need to know if they knew the truth about the condition of the property would have caused to be concerned that's your neighbor who is at increased risk that your family members your pets the fire department children's Services Animal Control Bylaw property standards of here in a multi unit dwelling so you can see how hoarding is not an individual problem the happens and `isolation I really appreciate you sharing that because of course one of the things that I've learned is while my family members may hang onto things longer than I do they don't meet that criteria they can still use their kitchen as a kitchen they can still use their living room as a living room and they invite people over all the time so it shows there's at least from my perspective that I see hoarding as hanging onto stuff that I don't like when an actuality it's causing this I don't WanNa use the word trauma but maybe it's causing distress in their lives is that accurate yeah it does cause stress sometimes because the individual themselves realizes that this is not a good situation for me or for if you have a family your family sometimes the distress that Gabe is also or more about I just wish people would get off my back I don't think there's anything wrong with this I think have the the right to live the way I want to live well that's true but I'm to a point everything has limits when you create a hazard for yourself no matter how big or how small that has it is you are probably also creating a hazard certainly in horning situation and it will go on to create a public health and safety hazard as well because true hoarding is a compulsion compulsive disorder is there a relationship among hoarding versus cluttering versus collecting versus hanging onto things is it may be longer than the average is it all part and parcel of the same thing or is it just completely separate and I'm barking up the wrong tree not necessarily so reporting is though to some even a minimal degree those three criteria got attacked that pointing all right what we don't know however is every single person who hoards has told me that they started out with clutter but every person who has clutter is not asa -sarily going to go on to develop hoarding disorder the difficulty is that at the inception of at the early early stages according it's hard to tell whether that's just clutter or whether you are really headed down a path you probably don't want to go oh down I want people to think more about that compulsion that driving need to have assorted choirs things or get the deal or all of those triggers that the people at the other end of the spectrum of according look back and go boy that was a telling sign I wish I wish I'd known that that was a dangerous sign is it possible for ready to be a hoarder and be super organized clutter free I mean it seems like it would be right because of your three criteria but it it doesn't sound right like how can you be clean and organized and also a hoarder they seem mutually exclusive but I suspect they're not no they're not with some of the people bill that I work with are extremely high functioning at not all my clients but I have had a number of lawyers I've had a number of physician Shins I've even had some practicing psychiatrists who get caught up in that sense of being overwhelmed at work they are are high functioning are organized in this other area of their life not so much but I've also had people who were just average people and they are meticulously clean and tidy they are also very well organized it's about the excessive accumulation though gave it doesn't matter how tidy or how need or how organized you are if you have an excessive humilation than you have a problem all right because we have relationships with our things each of the things that we make them into Nafta keep we former relationship with those things it's not just a matter of Bo you have this that and the other and and you don't really need it if you start treating T.j stickhandling logic internally where you can't decide no you don't make six toasters but you can't decide we check the four or five you should let go and what to do about them that becomes a problem as you're talking about letting things go I I'm reminded of the television shows the sensational houses it just filled to the brim where they just do this massive clean out just get rid of so much stuff one of the things that they talk about on those shows is what's going to prevent the person from just filling the house back up of just re-acquiring everything absolutely happy you asked that question unless there is is an immediate threat to safety and life if at all possible avoid the extreme cleanup now there are occasions when the situation has gone on too long it is too intensely deteriorated and a clean-up does me needs to be done but they always cause additional damage and trauma sometimes ever for the safety of the individual and community it has to happen that is a real pity that's why I'm so happy to be on your podcast helping people understand the sooner you identify it the smaller the problems the less distress if you have the opportunity if you have the choice it's the data the other way help that person but don't tell them what the answer is only they know the answer of what's important help them find find your best friends among that clutter it's going to be much easier for you to identify the other things that are just hangers-on they got caught up in the clutter in the chaos in the piles when unimportant is mixed with really shortened in a pile the whole pile whether specific items are absolutely no importance to you or not that whole pile heels as important as the most important thing you believe in that pile that's why slow and daddy wins the race and you are one hundred percent correct Gabe you do an intensive clean up like that and the moment that door shop it starts again because if nothing changes nothing changes can you describe some of the barriers to letting go of things why are people so fast needed with hanging onto multiple toasters multiple television just multiple numbers of the exact same thing quite often gave the about having not using and people who are in this mental situation of hoarding disorder they acquire things because things sues them we all need ways to sues ourselves and these individuals have lost because the ability to south soon they also believe that increasing numbers of things are important for valuable sometimes it's just the process of decision making it's extremely difficult particularly when you're as overwhelmed these folks are to make decisions you can live with and if you just get rid of things and some people do that they try to remedy the situation just by pell-mell getting rid of things what happens is you create a void in yourself and then you fill that void in generally you fill it

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