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"tj michael" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today
"That's a different term for dead money than you would in poker but zero in the finances of the league but you give me a better chance to accelerate my team now doc. This year would be a great year to do it and next year would be a great year to do it with all the prospects that are coming into the NFL. And I think it might help you make your team better sooner so float that idea Adia of of offering to pay a little bit so that you can rebuild the team sooner but it comes with getting the first overall pick in every round and that might be maybe some people in the earlier God. No no way. I'm not going to do that. But would they rather have some extra money in the pot to win and to have a team a chance to be a little bit more competitive or do they rather they'd they just want that team to be bad and have one less team paying money. I don't know I guess that comes on a a an owner basis or manager imagine basis in a fantasy league next email is from Jerry. Hey warrick. TJ Michael. Jamal those falcons running backs alumnus. You guys seem really low on Devante devante Freeman and I know a lot can change with free agency in the draft but if things stay the same I think. He's a bona fide sleeper. Down Your and twenty nineteen but he was coming off of an a C l just like Alvin Cook Wasn't twenty eighteen. He only scored two rushing touchdowns that's bound to regress back to the mean. It's a very good offense. The guy's behind him proved to be terrible. Arable I know veterans are sexy but why can't freemen's twenty twenty be a poor man's Dobbin Cook in two thousand nineteen it can be a poor man's Daban cook and he's he's catching the ball out. He saw the most second most target of his whole career this year. Like you mentioned touchdowns were down on the ground so he can bounce back. I don't think that makes him a top twenty Wani running back this year but he has upside and he's catching the ball a lot over fifty percent of his fantasy points. This year came from receptions receiving yards in receiving touchdowns. So there's the upside there you know he's going to be involved in the past game and they don't really have anyone to run the ball behind him. But Dave. We watched every Sunday game together. Yeah we talked about it every time. He did not look the same running joining the fleet. He rarely accelerated he rarely accelerated. What'd you say bankrupt? I couldn't hear you on us. Yes okay it. He hasn't looked explosive for years reading. This made me realize that I have not thought enough about Atlanta as a great landing spot for a running back because uh whether they draft one got add somebody this year. They lost in last year and they had nobody this year but they kept going back to Freeman Freeman was not he was a good pass catcher. He's always been a pretty good pass catcher No I'm not buying him as a guy with Leighton upside. I think his career is very much on the downswing. He may have had the second in most targets and catches of his career in twenty nineteen he also averaged thirteen point one attempts per game. That's his fourth lowest and an absolutely lowest lowest in seasons where he had more than two starts so. I don't think that he's somebody. That's on the upswing at all I agree with you guys. I'm a little nervous on him from from Frank Does it change your draft strategy. Much if you're Lee has to flex spots instead of one or none in nineteen P pr. Wait even longer longer on quarterback. You need to get as many weapons as possible as many skilled guys as possible heap waiting on a quarterback in the league. I wouldn't touch quarterback unless you get a really good value. I would try to touch on after the eighth round. Because you know you're going to need an extra skill position guy if it's a two running back to receiver to flex league league and there's no tight ends that you necessarily have to start. I think that changes it just a little bit not a lot. It really comes down to how badly you WANNA have. One of those good quarterbacks. That's a topic we'll talk about all offseason and preseason long but really it's just to me you're just changing one of your bench spots into a flex spot I don't think it's necessarily anything that impacts action draft strategy. I think I like it in a ten team league. Because it means that there's an extra starter on everybody's team and it just makes it's better than attempting league it makes it a little bit more challenging. The more fancy managers are on the League. Twelve teams fourteen. Obviously you know the town pool gets a little bit thinner because there's more teams in the league. It's a supply and demand thing dear Adam I'm Dave Jamie Heath ben and Ben There's no name on this email. Let's call him Paul from Denver. I know it's before the NFL draft the answer might change but give me your thoughts on the following fourteen team half P P R so this is one of those leagues Were allowed to keep up to six guys in rounds one through six and then you start picking and round seven here are his eight keeper worthy guys on the roster which two guys would you toss back Mahomes Donald Cook Mark Ingram Damien Williams moster deebo Samuel Aj green and the aforementioned devante Parker. So Oh remember you can. You can keep fewer than six but for each guy you keep you lose the earliest possible round so if you only keep one guy you only lose your first round peg if you if you lose four you lose your first four-pack if you keep for you lose your first four. Yeah the problem with that is with with if that's happened format and I played in leagues like this. When you have this many potential keepers the guys that you can then get our Super Waldo? Job was awful. Yeah so you're you're probably GONNA WANNA keep as many as you possibly can even having said that. I don't know that there's necessarily succeeded. Patrick mahomes absolute lock in a fourteen team league. I keep him Alva- Cooks in absolute lock. Remo sturt twenty eight. You'd be one I'd consider throwing back Damian. Williams is twenty eight. But I'd probably keep Williams over most hurt because I I do think Shanahan might go back to a committee next year. I mean just because most are closed. The season as the lead back doesn't mean that they didn't have several differently backs throughout the season. deebo Samuel Samuel's lock I it marketing and other older back talks about I probably throw them back most dirt and either Ingram or Parker. I I don't know what do you think I think I'm throwing back Moster Williams because you've got two nice running back so you can start cooking. Ingram you're not keeping Ingram with the long-term long term in mind but cookie jar and then you've got deebo great future ahead devante Parker maybe a good future ahead we just have to wait and see an AJ green hopefully plays in in twenty twenty after what happened in two thousand nineteen. I think he was just sitting out. I think he didn't want any part of the the the bad play in Cincinnati and we can't say yeah for sure he'll be back in Cincinnati but if he is job Rosa quarterback it's not a bad thing for them and you're keeping Patrick mahomes. Yeah for sure Letting most or go I think it depends where. Aj Green Lands Probably GonNa let Damien Williams go. But I wouldn't mind letting go. Aj Green from Neil from the number one beach in Florida. Where's the number one beach each in Florida? Ben Fort Lauderdale beach at your favorite beaches at the best one. That's where I go. There's some really nice ones on on the west coast. Quiet Santa Bell Island Marco Island Alan. You guys might get over there. If you've got a spouse or a girlfriend or boyfriend take them over. There have a nice relaxing time. Neil only wants to carry one tight end this year. This is this has been your your travel agent. Dave Richards speaking The only ones carry one tight end. Who is your favorite safe middle round tight? End In twenty twenty twenty drafts so safe tight end is kind of someone that just doesn't really exist but I think Austin Hooper's that guy he's Dave I know you rank consistency. He was the number three tight it ending consistency. He's seen a targets not only this year but the second half of twenty eighteen when he was breaking out he saw five plus every single game. This year I think Cooper if he returns turns the Falcons. He is a free agent. If you're turns the Falcons he's the safest tight end option. I wouldn't mind him with a medal round. Pick there's also teams he can land on where you'd be just as excited about him New England and I think the market for tight end after all the trouble they had with the position. But do you define the middle rounds late round five early round six. Because that's where I think Cooper's go and PPO exactly five to seven. I would say as middle. It'd be a little bit different in non. Pr could be a little bit later than that. Ben Grudge you agree. I'll take Evan Ingram. The think's GonNa go a little bit later and I've seen going a little bit later in early drafts. I don't really think he should be going later. Maybe he rises throughout the summer but He he was pretty good Again this year until he got hurt and yeah it was banged up. And maybe you can say that means. He's not safe but all times Are are kind of injury risk. It's it's a position that has a pretty high injury rate But we know he'll get targets if he's active he's been a very good receiving tight end who is generated targets. When he plays I think he probably will rise over the summer people kind of realized that it was just that he was banged up last year? He'd be the safest bet for me to get really solid targets in the middle rounds. I'm worried about recalling Evan. Ingram safe because we know that there's the injury track record with them but there is a lot of upside and he's he's probably GonNa end up going right after. Awesome Hooper this this year. So if you miss on Hooper and you don't have that safe tight end you've got somebody. That's almost the exact opposite of that not exactly safe. But certainly huge upside risk reward award potential with Evan Ingram in that offense with Jason Garrett later on this week we'll be back with another podcast. I'll give you some nice modest price family vacation destinations and and we'll also help you dominate Let's answer some more emails. Let's get into the week. So keep sending in those emails fantasy football at CBS. I DOT COM. Maybe some tweets along the way as well Hashtag Hash I guess fit. We haven't used that in a long time. Let's get it going guys. I appreciate all the help and the dynasty talk. We're going to keep that going as the off season. Yes in roles on as well for Ben Gretch Ben Shrager. I'm Ben Richard. Thanks for coming..
"tj michael" Discussed on Electrum Radio
"Like my this is my sanity at this point i mean like you're literally keeping me in the house we don't have we have our cell phones but i don't i love my wife but i don't wanna talk my wife all fucking walking day you know what i'm saying like shit we'll drive you insane i don't want to hear about my kids all day i don't want you know i don't there was times i see my little girl likes life like get off the phone i don't need to see that shit affection so it was almost like you you become institutionalized in that situation like i don't know if anybody else has said this about the show but to me like once you leave you had everything everything cater to you the whole time you've been there i want something to eat three meals a day they they go get them for you i was getting sushi i'll get an indian you name it i was getting it when i was losing weight wiles there could everything i want it i got it and i got it three times a day and i got it at a third time but she was fucking ideal you know what i mean it also helped me out with my a phone i never was on my phone i got back i was hardly on my phone i gradually became more and more involved with my phone shit like that it's kind of like what it what it did it opened my eyes up to what reality really was you know before i win you know instagram was a huge thing like do it for the graham do it for the grand trying to make sure everything's for instamatic now i'm just like i can't stand that how that shit you know like there was pros and cons from the show definitely the pro from the show was that i became way more conscious of myself which caused me to be depressed i wasn't beating i wasn't meeting the standards that how's placing upon myself you know and then the con will say con group so that was my that was my that was my probe so the con was the fact that i had to go from one extreme to another extreme i had to figure that shit out like i had been gone for five years right you know what i mean like shit everyday like this you don't even when you're taking a break breaking your lane your mind breath that's about it but the fuck that shit together no more TV for TJ nah nah nah i ain't do nothing like when when i came back i didn't do nothing tate with the with the TV station's new stations and then like that around here and i know parts of that it just to me it doesn't it doesn't make the sense when you're on when you're on a international network television station and your your social media is bigger than that TV program how much sense of that name yeah like they they need a boost they need to step that shit up you know what i i mean like in the the problem is they're they're you're going to gradually lose quality of artists quality ours because of the the less would the for the the fact that your program is fictional right i mean have you watched any of this season i you won't watch no no because i already know what's going on the guy no like telling you there's artists artists on season that i could have pretty much told you win they're going home this artist is supposed to be on that season we all my season i was like oh they won't give up problem they're going to be a problem he's it's jake ross dolls on von many will go now there's quite a few people we know quite quite a few people i know i know a lot like big jazz yeah that really surprised me that jazz went on i i hated the fact the jazz i hate it affected jazz went on i felt like that was not a good move for jazz because and if you're if you're good at one thing and they pull you out of your out of your comfort zone as a bomb and a lot of time on on this show if you're on the day you get to do it today's fuck up usually you're right so we right so my new start writing a book on that shit that is weird though some lot of townspeople went home on on the day that there digs like their day sarah miller like really what the fuck how but this is a joke situation if a choke sometimes sometimes not sometimes i thanks not a joke setup situation also nestle went and watch it also i knew from the beginning sir i knew they were gonna fuck you over somehow it pissed me off i don't wanna say piss me off because i didn't watch it it would have pissed meal i blue from a new from the beginning and i'm not saying it's because i've already done it i'm telling you while i was there you want to ask the manda boom or tim stafford or fucking chris or anybody you know you name them if i talked to him we talked about some shit like this tipper for instance i knew from the beginning that all the shit that we had to do for me was going to be tough because it wasn't a style right once a style became and things oh i can mimic a style i'm not saying i'm gonna it'd be great at it but i could pass you know what i mean like also and i i got a good enough quality with a style to make it pass you know what i'm saying like i'm not a good traditional tattoo i'm not a good japanese tattoo or i'm not as good neo pets none of those things i'm just i'm a good replicator of tattooing doing can replicate so you if you give me the option to to see what i gotta do i'm a fucking do clean gave us the fucking stencil and i had to fucking stinson right well i'm going to do it the way i wanna do it and that's why i did well with depth like doing color and also stuff i i didn't understand why people thought are coming to this shouldn't blew my mind i mean i mean literally if you wanna go to my instagram instagram look i got to qualities on there that's what i'm saying but they're done well i get to i can i can literally do a hundred AP's and do one good color piece of people like the sheep will probably wouldn't have flicking through shit they see a color piece they really don't even think you did it they might think it's somebody you're trying to promote misery but the people the people the sheep will they they figured it out i like sepals bourbon mme podcast for i don't think i i wouldn't ever again i would i would do a real reality TV shows by and i say real like loosely but i'm saying like if it was like a freight i will do that even though oh always failed it'd be naked in the woods i wouldn't really give me two days at it why would you feel i'm gonna be scared don't be called making it scare it's uh-huh like i will do something like that something that i feel like you can't you can't subjective to like having kevin subjective you know having the judge you have nothing against yourself out not leopards you got three people also i'm gonna leave league this with each of the judges have earpieces in while they're now they don't have them in it all the time when judging they have them on the present so as new year's eve sitting there he's talking to me you see novotna varo he's kind of today's because he's listening to what what somebody's saying here same thing oliver talking new years is like in today's you and if you watch they go back we'll never see it because they only show you two seconds they say but i've had i had a straight up blow out with oliver and nunez about the mermaid piece that i did it was almost a forty minute deal you know what i'm saying like it was like real they might've been forty twenty you know what i mean but it was a real deal they only show ten seconds you know these that that kinda shit blows your mom because breath whenever you're sitting there and you're getting judged and you have somebody else in the control room telling you say that it's you know do whatever whatever because you see she flipped one moment they're like oh man i love the way i love the way your feet or shape this is the best to we've seen across the stage yeah tony tony but now like it's to the point where it's like oh man i love the way your beard it is love it like amazing road and they initially no somebody else comes one of those jobs where i think it if you would train the trim this this way or do this this way that you'll be more pleasing to the nation you know person go yeah then you have a third person it's like they're either gonna say yes that's where that's where it's like fucked up because somebody don't have somebody doesn't have real opinion and there's like i'm going to settle the score with this stupid their follower you're sheep sheep ponte's like that where you going what are you going to do once you take the dow broke roop broke my ask you a question as i'm not i would never call you a collector and i'm not going to because you're going to an apprenticeship what the what what made you choose the style you have started as an because i won't take thank you look like a walk in bobble except for your left leg that's more porn it but go ahead it is well i i too i ever saw jay do was asian will okay so you when you came to the shop you had your show recap done my shoulder caps they had a letter across here and that was pretty much okay yeah so i have my chest shoulder got in my buddy went to college with came came over to my house and i'm like hey i was talking about tattoo whatever TJ just done his shoulder and eh remember that dragon i did back in the on at brown skin yup that was ended up so you need to go see TJ michael whatever i walk in the shop phoenix said hey man can you do this my grandfather had died and not drew drew the birdman a lot to me too late over there like what okay coolest gadgets being late here he's like come back thursday whenever it was cool came back and got it done all my side biggest tattoo done that at that point anyway my other ones didn't really matter but oh my side outta misery and i was like somehow committed to it got done but like the next week i was texting TJ hey man i i wanna get another tattoo i don't know what do you like and ultimately i guess it does come down to i'm in sales i got so i mean it really is good i grew up i grew up in the church i like the stories big stories like that that the religion part of it i'm not really religious person but the the morals behind it i guess parts do good be good really it drives a lot of it that's what we said well he had the watercolor creation out of the watercolor christian them up in the shop on the mountlake something like that he's like we let me do that much yeah hell you please do it so i got that and then after that i was like hey man like i wonder.
"tj michael" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"That is Michael Smith with the backgrounds for TJ Michael here. By the way, if you haven't listened to change album right now, you kind of miss the now, it's pretty pretty solid. That's how my answer every question. The rest of the day. Yeah. Yeah. All right. So we've been talking about Zion overall Beckham. Yeah. And the effect he's having on the NCA tournament coming up in the ACC tournament greatest been there's so many other issues that we can dive into relative design Williamson and one of them has to do with money. All right. We saw the shoe blowout that sent Williamson to the sidelines for a couple of games. And these since come back like nothing ever happened. And when that happened Mike are a lot of people who said, this is why he should not be playing college basketball. This is why he should be able to go to the NBA already. Go ahead and capitalize on his unempowered. Or this is at least why he should be able to make some money while he's in school because you never know what can happen. All right. You can have those arguments. I'm definitely on that side that he should be able to either go himself or be able to make money off, his likeness or image or autograph. What have you? Secondly, you had this issue. Nike since someone specifically to design a shoe four Zion. So that a this wouldn't happen again. Most importantly for the company, but two so this do could give back on the court and feel comfortable doing it and go out there and play. So do can have a better chance going to win that doesn't happen in other aspects of life, right? And so because of all the money that is generated from college basketball collegiate sports in general. The fact that this kid can't make any money off of it until he goes professional to me. It just doesn't make any sense considering all the money that's being made off of him by Duke Mitra shift ski and Nike. This conversation is as old as as any that we have surrounded sports. Yeah. You're right. I I wrote a term paper in high school about why college athletes should be paid and many people wrote long before I did and better than I did obviously about why collegiate athletes should be compensated. That was that was in the nineteen ninety s when the money was was was nowhere near what it is. Now. But one thing I will say is we gotta stop putting it on these kids to fix the problem. And I really liked. I liked with Zion had to say when he came back. I I believe he said, nah, I'm good. Yeah. People who suggested that he sit the rest of the way that he not come back and just get ready for the draft. Which isn't quite the same thing as as as NFL draft prospects sitting out a bowl game. And the reason I found it hypocritical for people to call for college athletes about people, I really, you know, frankly, mean analysts talking heads former players saying that athletes, these college players should sit and boycott, I got nothing beloved respect for for for the j wills and Jalen rose at a world. I believe if I'm not mistaken they've both in the past call for these basketball players high level college basketball players to boycott the NCAA tournament in order to effect change. I believe the only thing that's going to affect change. But they're not gonna do that for us to expect them to do that is flat out wrong because we'll out of one breath. We'll say, hey, y'all should sit y'all shouldn't play. But then we go fill out a bracket. And then we have wall-to-wall coverage of selection Sunday. And then you talk about how much we enjoy seeing Zion play, which we can do we can do both you can enjoy seeing play but want better for him. But this is too big of a deal in our our popular culture in American sporting society. The NCAA tournament is too big of a deal and these kids have been raised on watching March madness on seeing one shining moment on watching teams cut down the nets. That's what they grew up watching just like Zion say last night or the other night killers kill players play. So they grow up watching the NCW tournament take over to sporting landscape in March all they all want to be a part of that. And then once they get there to ask them to make a decision. And the reason I bring up our colleagues an analysts people have called for that. None of them would have made at the time. That's true. There are also what we know. Now as adults. Yes. Which is why we're more fix this. That's not gonna happen. Because too many people are are profiting from the Korean. That's my point. The machine we we are part of the conversation at ESPN about exploiting, athletes, amateurism, and these kids should be paid. And this is about Obama, blah. And then all right coming up more coverage of selection Sunday. Yes, we do this. We're part of the machine movie. However, here's the difference though. Because we pay these conferences to hold a lot of these games. Right. We pay these conferences in teams to have these pre regular season games, and these neutral sites we do that at ESPN and other networks dude as well. We pay so we can show their tournament the SEC SEC network. We'd get ACC networks starting in the fall. We do all that. But what I'm saying is if Zion Williamson was able to go and get a free car dealership or go sign autographs for two hours to make a couple thousand dollars. We would still show their games. So, but what I'm saying is there are people who are benefiting from the control aspect of the NCAA that doesn't allow those kids do that. Yes. I'm not trying to say that we are completely innocent here saying there is a difference and control structure of the NCAA, and I'm not arguing with the need for change. I'm just saying to expect the players themselves to sacrifice in order to make that change when they'd been. But it's going to happen though. Okay. Exactly. And then it never will. And and two more news ten years from now will be sitting here on ESPN radio presented by progressive ESPN ESPN app. Say college at least needs to be paid or how come you know? This guy can't make money off his likeness or win it. It's the same conversation that goes around in circles because if you if what you're saying is true that the only way to system is gonna come crumbling down is if players unite and boycott this this NCW lucrative NCW tournament. That's not gonna happen because they're built that way one station that way. On the Mike Smith ESPN radio. I would not say boycott the tournament. I think what they should do collectively. Is boycott one of the early games. Boycott one of the big game. Even one of our games that we have on ESPN. I hate to say go back to the and then come back. Yes. You can't go bell. Because you you have to make a point you have to prove a point. Look, we are willing to do this. If you don't change the way the system favorites, everyone else, different reasons the football players at Mizzou. Did it? Okay. And what and how much did it actually how much change in the grand scheme of things? It wasn't an important. But there's wasn't about overall. The difference with a flex their muscle. What they wanted. And they got what they wanted. Right. They flex player power muscle. And we had two kids in north try to unionize we've had different shall we say watershed moment of kids showing the player. You can't get that many people to do the same exact and are enough of them going to do it. That's at the same time before long enough time. Well, we didn't get professional players to get better collective bargaining agreements in the NFL. So you're saying it's never gonna change because they're not even trying. Talking about it. I I get that is what I'm saying. I'm saying I'm saying they expect the players to sacrifice that which is important to them which is to play basketball on a high level on the grandest stage to compete to win championships, which we condition them to do with our coverage in our celebration of this event. Expect them to do it is wrong and piggyback what you're saying. If that's the only way it's ever gonna change then we just beating a dead horse at this point when it comes to exploitation in college in college sports. That's true. And that's I'm glad you use that word because it is exploration. It totally is if you don't see it that way, you simply don't want to because you're coming from a position of either jealousy or envy, your jealous that a certain player is getting more money than you made in your particular career or envious of that same player have an athletic ability that you could not achieve right? And no matter how you wanna look at amateur sports and things of that nature. It's ex. Kboi tastes because everyone's getting paid except those dudes. Yeah. They get a college education. Yes. So do people who have majors in English and music. I went to school on a athlete on an academic scholarship. I could still have a job at the TV station. It didn't affect my my eligibility and class. It didn't affect me getting money from the school because they need to be there for another reason that is what's wrong with it. And if you don't see that you simply don't want to again coming up more on Zion Williamson and Duke and the NCAA tournament we have I have an issue with the cdn that may transpire today. Mike those days. Him and I'm going to say this line and also again Antoine Walker. Jay crawford. Bruce Bowen all coming up today on the Mike ESPN radio ESPN app and also Sirius XM channel eighty.
"tj michael" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warriorâ€™s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations
"Profile. This was a very unique experience this opened up. I now the eloquently call it code breaking. Whether we're breaking down, the code of how my mind actually was working at that moment. Break it down on the share. With me. My loneliness scores are high in my fun. My Bill to have fun is very low. And there's these things that if we make some tweaks twit some knobs inside your personality, and you're you're wear and conscientious of what's going on. You can have a better experience as a human being walk around the planet. That's all I needed here. I'm in. I'm good. I felt so impacted by this I asked why could shared on the show. I if I could take their tests and to share with all of you. Really more. Specifically, if you could take it in if they would mind the U ticket. They said, well, we hoped you would say that we actually with the marketing, and the the podcast and things you have available to you. It would be great. If we could partner up with you. Okay. Like it caused me to pause for a second. I'm I'm listening. But now there's a different requirement because roles and responsibilities and headaches and hierarchy in planning and capitalisation my mind insults, which is into that. Now that I understand a term called spiraled and MS much more efficiently. I switched to that level five level six industrious mindset of how do you get from where we're at now to where we want to achieve. We're want to arrive. And so we bat back and forth. We come up with a plan. I won't I'm willing to fund the deal. I'm almost take our resources as a company GST meaty group in one of the take those resources and help build code. Help little the point that it's at least where it's at now again where now does that the code tests dot com Ford's lash Ryan capital are. And you'll see it. It's not beautiful. It's not perfect. But there is nothing. That's perfect. So we go back and forth. Eventually say if everybody comes to town. Everybody comes to Columbus. I'm not able to really leave or don't want to leave. But everybody comes here, we can shoot training videos. We can get to know each other better. So I have one of the team members TJ flies up for Miami. Once he members from Chicago flies over Michael when she members from Boston flies in town. Zara we spend four days together give or take maybe three maybe four some team members legal earlier than others. We have this phenomenal opportunity meet each other. And you really get to see people's true personalities that group setting see I fully realize I'm the odd man out in this equation. I'm men out because TJ Michael Zara, they've known each other. They've got history together, and whether it's three weeks or three years, they have a different dynamic between three them that. I have with them as group. To be expected. Right. I mean, think of you when you first walk into a new job, or when you come across new friends, how quickly are you integrated in that you feel like you're part of the tribe instead of trying to get into the tribe. So we spend the time together and the time is. Unique. And I'll say you need because here I am in the midst of what I will call true genius. You know, clinical researchers from Johns Hopkins. Psycho psychology professors from Harvard really really a brilliant group of people. But when it comes to sales, marketing business automation business structure. They aren't brilliant. And not that they can't be brilliant. But they have not yet experienced the lumps that I have taken in business. So without having that experience, you you really can't understand all the different variables and can't understand will be a bad term. You don't understand where all the variables exist? Until we come up with a plan. And we we leave right everybody goes back to their corners. The plans ends up being that myself in for other individuals for total five individuals own twenty percent of this business. And we can debate back and forth, admittedly, from where I sit I don't know that that's a healthiest equity split. Immaterial? This moment doesn't really matter. Measures active. We came up with a plan. But that plan was now four weeks ago. And if we're being honest, which will be with you. My team has come up a little short we've fallen short on the deliverable product. Got team members don't have videos created for for trainings. We have lack of marketing material. We we have a cluster. Of information. That's not exactly where it needs to be. And what it really comes down to in. My opinion is a lack of a true hierarchy. As I sit here there always has to be a leader. And a truly her, but a leader the people will respect. And it's not a leader in the way of leading with an iron fist or spec your hand on the table, but there has to be direction which everybody adheres to and then follows on a week over week basis until you get to a point where you have a business that can be scaled and revenue can be generated. We don't have that. We'll have a clear-cut defined leader. Everybody would say they lead their part of the company, but the company is really only six people right now. Sure, we've talked about outsource developers and mighty members here in the but really it's only five to six people. So we look at this painful. It was painful enough that I had contemplated to saying to heck with it. And it really need this. Right. I don't need the stress of trying to figure out how to launch a new business when I have more business interests. And I need right now. So much of them in the process of selling some off. So I can just focus on what really matters what my sole purpose actually is. So you're listening to this in your life. Where do you have things are slowing you down from your actual purpose? So easy for me to cut up in the money. I'd have to assume as you're listening. There's things that you were doing on a day over day basis that you know, you're doing the check a box versus because you actually enjoy doing it. A have you considered? You can reframe that possibility and only do things every day you actually enjoy. And certainly we all have ups and downs. Right. Not everyday is perfect. And I don't want to claim that it would be. What I will claim is that you can decide everyday what you want to spend time doing and as long as it's marching you towards a desired outcome for yourself. That makes you feel good from the inside out not from the outside in you'll eventually find success.
"tj michael" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"If you are a Coyote, and you're trying to smuggle somebody across and you're not in your territory you to step on another cartels tout, and you are going to have repercussions. So they do they section us often territory, and it's okay make a ton of money smuggling people in and it's not just Mexicans getting smuggled in. They have a whole classification called OTM other than Mexican, and she's she was saying that they find Haitians and south, Asians and middle easterners, all these different nationalities. And a lot of central Americans as well in a lot of South American. So it's not just Mexicans coming in. It's it's a bunch of people, and they make a lot of money off of it. So they do for middle easterners. Yeah. They didn't. I mean. That's that's nerve wracking nervous making right? I was interviewing some sheriffs in Arizona who also patrol the border, and they're telling us that they actually caught some people who are -ffiliated with Al. Qaeda a few years ago and confirmed by department of homeland security that they were affiliated with al-qaeda. There's that is genuinely terrifying. And it really means the Trump is basically just talking commonsense. I I agree. I think that you know is a really big border. I'm not sure if we need barriers everywhere because there's some parts people just can't go go there. You will die. There's no water. You'll need a lot of deer to get over there. But I think especially in San Diego base bit one hundred and thirty people crossed a day getting costed day caught while it doesn't even account for people who cross are not detected. So I think that makes sense having these high population areas to have something there. Just in San Diego hundred and thirty people caught a days, we can assume some people don't get caught probably. And then what what happens when these border patrol people capture may get caught there. They are up in their into their jail facilities up to seventy two hours. And then they get it processed over dice. Okay. So so they sent ice an ice has to put him through what they send them. Right back. Right. I say have legal proceedings and theocracy, and then they get sent over. So they you're looking at this and you're talking to border patrol. What did they tell you about their experience on the on a given day? I mean, what is what is it like being out there? Well, first Borba chillers made up of face up to fifty percents Hispanic so found as a way raises organisms like that, you know, there's Hispanic where we shall agents. And also I do percent up to fifty science. Also, she the woman in a video her name is TJ, Michael. And she told me that also five only five percent of orbital are female, and I was wondering why is that it's kind of low and then later on she told me that during remote areas all day. Her office is doubt doors, and now they're also out by themselves. They don't have partners as I was told me later on the reason why it's only five percent woman is because there's no bathrooms. Not without battles peso. Is she said that you can be in remote areas by yourselves, and you can have different things happen. And you know, what are you going to do? She said in the eighties that there wasn't an afford patrol to stop his crossings. You'd have a hundred people crossing at a time because there were no barriers that on crossing vehicles. And what are you gonna do one board ritual agents going to stop one hundred people from crossing? Yeah. Right. So that's why we're in Vietnam border did kind of work for stopping vehicles by not for in the video the border from the they've got up now old Vietnam thing, it just looks like basically a kind of like a tin roof almost it's nothing. You could drive a truck through it. Probably touched bios any tetanus shot the very very bad. And like I said the video I'm not an athletic person. But I can probably climb that variously you could go over. And there were all these cuts in it. I mean there they said that some of the cuts board patrol put in you can see like they're more formed because they want to see what's going on the other side. Right. A lot of them have been across through and this. Also doesn't go underground. The prototypes that President Trump's proposing sixty under this doesn't so they also had a lot of holes go any them..
"tj michael" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Nine so far. I'm surprised at you. Because normally when we talk food we get all sorts of of calls, but nobody coming forward with a true confession of an odd food combination. Like, a cinnamon raisin bagel with cream cheese and lox or like a for waffle. So I'm very very surprised if you do have one of you have questions about the primaries, you can give me a call at eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine that's eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine. One other quick it seems like nobody cares much about the primary. So. I'll move on to other things, and my friend. Andrew McKenna is going to be here. So we'll chat with him about drugs and the legal system and a variety of other things. But one other quick thought is there were all these reports of problems at the voting booth. And I have no doubt that there were problems that many of the pulse sites due to untrained workers and things like that. But so many of the problems. I mean, the most common problem that I saw is that people thought they were Democrats, and they were only eligible to vote in the Reform Party primary now, let me shed a little bit of light on this. The Reform Party, which I'm in the leadership. We're having a meeting today only allow we allow unaffiliated voters to vote in our primary. Blanks. Independent people that are registered to vote, but not in any party. With the only party that does that. I think what happened here is a lot of people thought they were Democrats, and then they showed up to vote, and they were handed Reform Party ballot. Because they're not actually Democrats are registered unaffiliated voters. So I'm reading the crazy things on Twitter. How could the Reform Party do this? How could they auto enroll people? No, I think a lot of the problem is people didn't know what party they were registered in. So many of the problems on primary days are one people think the regimen one party when they're not to people don't know where to go to vote three people. Mike gallagher. I saw him on the cruise. He had an I voted sticker. I said, Mike, how did you how did you vote? So I voted for Cynthia Nixon said, what are you talking about your your registered Republican? Oh, that's why they didn't have me on the rolls. Yes. So the three big things that I would encourage people before you go to vote. No what party you're registered with. No, what elections are taking place. What primaries that parties having and three nowhere you go to vote that will eliminate eighty to ninety percent of voter problems. Now, some like we have a gentleman. Michael Scott Cutler who knew he was a Reform Party member wanted to vote in the Reform Party primary, and they handed him a democratic ballot. And he voted so they counted a democratic vote that was cast by non democrat due to improper training of abortive elections, Paul Paul worker. So it does happen that Michael spotty happened to Don Pagano as well and Staten Island. So that does happen. But I think eighty to ninety percent of the problems are due to voters not knowing what party and what election that parties having so. Even I was very surprised that the mayor the mayor made a big thing about how his son Dante Dante de Blasio wasn't in the voter rolls. But apparently, the he was and the board of elections released a photo. Of Dante signing the voter book hit they released a photo of a signature. So the mayor claimed that he was holding. This is what he said. And we'll move on. So the mayor said his son brought the voter registration card to a pulse site on east eighth street new Gracie mansion, quote, he thought everything would be easy because he had voter card that was sent to him by the board of elections telling Paul site, alerting into the primary election, and of course, indicating that he was a member of the Democratic Party. He was holding the card from the board of elections that they sent to him perfect evidence of his registration and where he was supposed to be. And he was in that location. They told him he couldn't vote on a machine. And then he goes on to rail against the board of elections. But apparently. That's not the case. So I don't understand why the mayor would lie about that. And I don't understand why Dante would lie to his father about that. So I don't know what to make of that are eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine. We'll take a couple of quick calls. And then we'll talk to my friend. Andrew McKenna has just arrived TJ in Long Island has been waiting patiently. Hello there TJ. Michael, thanks for calling. What's on your mind? All right. Strange. Strange food combinations have MAC and cheese. Oh that sounds awful. You ethan. Good. And then and then also. Tuna salad and on the sandwich, but a little bit of catch-up as well. Tomato. One can actually see that work. But I could see that work. Yeah. That's not bad. Okay. That's not bad. And you have any other ones you want to add. Okay. Are both good tuna salad with catch up and macaroni and cheese with ketchup. If you have a weird food combination on par with lox and cream cheese. I'm cinnamon raisin, bagel. Give me a call eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine hundred and Rebecca here in Brooklyn. Hello, rebecca. Two things quickly before I let you go one to win reelection. Did he will eat? Yes. He won the primary. Yes. I went online. I couldn't say anything. Okay. Next what possessed you the minutes ago to play the divine miss, Sarah? I've never heard you player. She's my favorite singer. I love her which you could play every week a few times. What what made you choose? You know? I heard the song. I heard Sarah von broken hearted. Melody, and I just thought I don't remember ever hearing it before. But when I heard it I said, I love this song. I have to play it on the radio. And I was nothing beyond that. I wanna tell you. She was divine. I have that album the album. Yes, they had records people records. Oughta why you're trending now. Rebecca, every all the cool kids have records these days, Rebecca, thanks for the call. Let me take a break when we come back, my friend. Andrew McKenna joins me to talk drugs crime. And whatever else we feel like talking about. This is Frank Moreno on AM nine seventy the answer. More Welden wisdom.
"tj michael" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"And so based on your statement there does seem to have been a back and forth where you said okay you know i'm uncomfortable with the idea tj going down because what if he meeks mrs weight and and and now it's not a title fight anymore and so i don't get to break the record in my hometown and so can you promise me ex amount you promise me this that and that didn't seem to because when did all that stuff happen that happened right when a matt were talking to make an nathan said i have been up i tj michael is perfect perfect so you guys know we want the contracting aaa shen that if he did atomic weight he did get to guarantee pay any also get tedious pay in the fight off there's over fight and they responded back well we can't guarantee that you know uh what we can't get t that report is going to be in the car and if you and they quake whether it's medical day or something happen because with beyond should happen people you know you're you're on track to make way nephew path on its up or you have you know stomach crap and you happen to fly which were four cabinet johnny hendrick chemma gas for them the list goes on that that's have happened but that's that's what we offered in that was like what is this is this fuck an amateur our this you do it smokers in amateur shows you show a fight among oldest gotta make wait what you want if you guys this is the ufc this is supposed to be the pinnacle of mixed martial arts and we're in his harbor negotiating that will just got make where you can fight this guy and that was like no that's not how we're doing best this is not how a champion whose group up at break a record for the most concerned with how effective the the business.
"tj michael" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Decay all right we get an even more but for next week leading the things for everybody for tweeting to me i appreciate it we're gonna do know un joined that we could still on the whole thing holding his statement called what what i like about now and so we on time for that nia long fourpart okay i will say that we all my gosh wet t bowl this next segment oh yeah oh yeah yeah i can't wait meal is called what all black attack oh for the for the order for next week because we just renault's the episode that you will hear next week we won't be doing a live video feed netted his we're recording it at the the pas lifelock springs rank and election day and we want people about about growth through the results turn of tj michael oba everybody smoke opium marks move ember though he's the real quick we put on the social media mark is going out fisher from josh and mark options either the guy ferrari sort of like mustache and in the long thing down the channel in explodes into a hair fatty situation down there and laura thing with little mutton chops to gone to a mustache we the abraham lincoln which is the jaw just the jaw the game or handling and then we have the handlebar moustache that will grow down legal waterfall calculating so you can all those four options for coming in fourth place was colleague abraham lincoln what are we kept coming in third place were.