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"thousand york" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Look. I agree with you because we haven't two different facing one is about compensation go with the building another about the more. Here's what i say about lamar jackson. If you go all the way back to watching lamar jackson. Louisville lamar jackson is at his best when the ball inside the numbers he throws better when inside and breaking wealth post digs crossing route. All those things that are right inside the numbers anything out. Neither numbers is completion percentage in accuracy wing to me. That is why the connects committee has with mark andrews. Make sense in my mind. If you're the baltimore ravens would make more sense to me. Instead of the receivers they have more big body playmaker decking create space and expanded strikes up also when the ravens are at their best multiple tight ends on the field because then it becomes the game big on big. You put the big on the field. Not only does it create a bigger strike zone for more jackson but it also allows that lettuces and to have even more of an advantage. Because now he's gonna get bigger bodies linebackers as opposed to the quick like. We saw the charges you to use it in the postseason. So if you're all in on the mark. Jackson and build the team around what he does well more tied in a big veteran receiver. Not a young guy run. Better receiver can help him. Like josh allen. Got stefan dig. Because the young quarterback the more experienced and trustworthy. The wide receiver needs to be they in the more jacked and go to the next now. We're talking the same language a. All right i got it. But let's not ignore the obvious. Lamar jackson to me is a touch faster than even michael vick was in. Michael admits that so that ability to run. The football is is just extraordinary in. It helped make them last year. The number one rushing attack in pro football which is why the past waned in the attack to very heavy run oriented and i thought if they hadn't been cova draft racked. I thought they were a super bowl team last you. So the point is are you fearful of lamar's ability to stay healthy as he gets a little older as he would go into a forty million. Maybe forty five million a year contract for the next five years. Could he continue to run the way he runs and stay upright well. This offense will have to continue to evolve because as he gets older. You don't want him to run to the level that he's running right now because he's been over thousand york last two years which you would like to see if we can.
"thousand york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Hundred fifty billion for small businesses but one one hundred twenty five billion channelled through community based financial institutions here in New York City America Blasi says the city doesn't have enough ventilators for this week and is next week and now that I see you administer admissions are down they're not worried about the ventilators for now initial projections show the city would be three hundred more machines a day this week that number is down now to one hundred the mayor told fox five that the stay at home water is working for finally seeing evidence that all that hard work all that effort is making an impact and I think it says to us don't take your foot off the gas the double down on it actually stick with it in New York city's health department is now accounting suspected Colbert nineteen deaths in addition to confirm cases after WNYC story highlighted the number of on county cases here's WNYC's Gwen Hogan the health department says they are now working with the medical examiner's office to begin documenting suspected covert deaths that occur outside of hospitals after WNYC reported that hundreds of cases certified as probable by the Emmys office we're likely not included in the official tally mayor de Blasio acknowledged the discrepancy on Tuesday and admitted that the death count is likely much higher than what the city has publicly disclosed according to the FDNY more than two thousand York city residents died in their homes over the last two weeks a four hundred percent increase over the same time period the year before the teachers union once New York City to start keeping track of the number of covert nineteen cases among educators now that at least twenty five teachers have died years Gothamist reporter Sophia Cheng thirty track the number of cases and NYPD and the MTA an Afghan why and other city agencies so they're demanding that the DOE also keeps track of the number of cases and deaths while teachers are now working remotely the union is concerned about clusters of cases that occurred prior to school closures in New York City starting to move homeless senior citizens out of congregate shelters where they're considered to be particularly susceptible to cope in nineteen W. MIC's moral Iraq reports people were seventeen older will be moved out of shelters and into hotels that the city has already been using to house the homeless according to the blasted ministration this is the first attempt to move homeless new Yorkers who are not already sick or symptomatic elected officials and doctors have been asking the administration to do more to protect the homeless in congregate shelters eight of all people on average share room in these facilities making them particularly prone to the spread of code nineteen officials say they expect this initiative will protect hundreds of older new Yorkers it's fifty five degrees overcast right now in New York City we do expect mostly cloudy skies for the remainder of today with a high near sixty four degrees I'm Richard hake this is W. NYC on the next all of it academy award winning actor Cate Blanchett joins us to discuss aspects and original series this is America tell the story of Phyllis Schlafly and the battle to gratify the most recent from bestselling author Dr grenade brown yeah I'm looking joining all of it on the WNYC is.
"thousand york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Sure that they face another crushing defeat all who railed against his potential democratic opponents who will all be back on the trail in force this weekend Sam green glass NPR news des Moines the World Health Organization has declared the corona virus a global health emergency nearly ten thousand cases have been confirmed nearly all in China about two hundred people have died in China the outbreak began in the central city of Wuhan which is shut down China says it will fly home Juan residents who are now traveling abroad and beers Emily Fang reports there are fears of discrimination against ethnically Chinese people in a brief statement China's foreign ministry said is arranging planes to bring home any residents the city of will hand currently abroad state media said planes had already been sent to Thailand Malaysia to pick up hundreds of wine residents there the city as the epicenter of a growing corona virus outbreak on Friday Chinese authorities said they had more than ninety six hundred confirmed cases in China alone the rising numbers of prompt businesses around the world begin refusing service to ethnically Chinese people for fear of contracting the illness China's foreign ministry said it was aware that Hon residents faced quote practical difficulties abroad I'm only saying NPR news Beijing it's in PR this is W. NYC in New York at morning I'm Richard hake seven oh four thirty five degrees over cast in New York we expect a high today near forty four degrees authorities say there been no confirmed cases of the corona virus in New York as of yesterday the state health department in the centers for disease control and prevention tested eleven people seven of come back negative and results are pending for four in there been no cases have protesting in New York City twenty nineteen was one of the deadliest years for New York City bicyclists sport bike riders were more likely to get ticketed then truck drivers during a city council hearing on street safety this week the NYPD transportation she William Morris said police issued fewer moving violations to truck drivers and cyclists Gothamist reporter Jake often heart says the numbers don't add up because there are fewer cyclists than trucks cyclists make up like less than two percent of all road traffic so for them to be getting more moving violations than truck drivers is is pretty astounding the NYPD says police issued more than thirty four thousand tickets to trucks and more than thirty five thousand to cyclists and a cyclist has died after being hit by a truck in Brooklyn yesterday afternoon forty one year old Pedro Lopez was hit when a flat bed truck made a U. turn on Vandervoort Avenue in east Williamsburg saying the truck then continued on to the curb striking a parked vehicle and causing a chain reaction which damage three other cars there's been no arrests and investigation is ongoing ports is the homeless population is getting older and sicker and the city needs to create a new kind of facility Randy reckon from the New York legal assistance group says medical respite it's would provide people with sanitary spaces to heal and prevent the churning of homeless people between hospitals and shelters she says hospital and insurance companies were part of the group I came up with the recommendation everybody agrees that this is a good idea and people have been talking about it for years and it's really time to just put it into effect and that's really where the real group came out earlier this month the city reporter sharp rise in the number of homeless people who died in shelters and on city streets as many as two thousand York City children with special needs may have to sit out pre K. this spring this according to a report from the group advocates for children of New York which says the city failed to meet demand for preschoolers with disabilities Randy Levine is the group's policy director sees as many special needs pre K. students attend classes administered by nonprofits and that their teachers often leave for better paying jobs Peter is that many of the prequel special education programs run by community based organizations are making tens of thousands of dollars less than they could if they were teaching at a department of education public school the city D. O. E. says the state needs to increase funding for private special education preschool providers the state D. O..
"thousand york" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"I must say it's right or wrong. I think about it often and i think about what life was like when we had when mark and i had one nightclub and we lived in a cool apartment three blocks from the club and i think it's i think it's growth and i think it's evolving and i think it's opportunity to grow other people because at the end of the day if you're not in service to others you'll be incredibly lonely true. That's <hes>. I really feel that what if you're given a platform to create things that more people can enjoy that can employ more people that can then make them enjoy things and do more things like that's exciting to me so at twenty five or thirty one club would have been enough but that's not enough if you want to grow. It's really important to know what your limit is. Am emma you know. I i've gone through several times where i think my limit is. This i push it and then the world slaps me back. So how did that happen. I mean look we had led from one venue june. Which was the hottest nightclub in two thousand york and the country it was it was certainly certainly something special and it was something we certainly weren't expecting every celebrity all the models all the important people right day. One was kanye west jay z penelope. That'd be crews are first birthday party. Mark and i are both born on the tenth of june so we call the ten june really wanted to make sure everybody knew <hes> <hes> involved at all you know of course not but and i think it's okay at twenty eight twenty nine. You wanna make a name for yourself and there's no that's why i say that when people say like oh what's the key success i was like i have what has been successful to me what has failed to me and i'll share that and i think everyone has their own different version. I think there are times to be you too. Have you go into positive about who you are and then there's times to pull it back. There's no one strategy. I think at twenty eight twenty nine to make it about out yourself because it was about us and we were driving it so that went to one and fast forward to fourteen fourteen nightclubs and restaurants in restaurants restaurants atlantic city miami new york new jersey all of it and we had go back down to three one to fourteen said fourteen. We slap in the face we we. We thought it would be great to just continue to do it. The way we did it and grow it and that's where you have to learn about structure and strategy rations rations and stuff where it's it's not just the sizzle and you need the substance so now in two thousand nineteen its structure and culture and wearing a seesaw in our business on how to balance the a culture which is the fun because we're in the business a fund. That's a challenging thing about the business of fun. It can be really fun but you better find the structure to it and if you're all structure you're boring..
"thousand york" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Here to mid February and spring training starts with pitchers catchers next week. So we'll talk some baseball at three with Dan Shulman. He's also doing the Duke game. So ask him about Diane. And Dan, please sack is going to join us today at four old friend so many over an hour away where commercial free in the four o'clock hour. Here's the way it went down. I was talking to you earlier off the air. And I was telling you about my night last night. Mesa. Now, we're down in the basement my youngest has been sick. So we put him to bat a little earlier and away from him and ran away catcher these Gallagher. So we put the television on it was Celtics Lakers on and then on the other TV. The hawks game was on my my four year old said to me, daddy, let's watch hockey. So I put on the hawks and the big TV totally forgot about Celtics Lakers. Then totally forgot and I put him to bed, and I made myself some dinner some chicken tenders, by the way, not just two kids food, and what a master chef you are watching. The hawks are up two nothing. They believe the to nothing lead there. Three nothing. They blew a three. They were up two nothing. They blew that three to overtime. They won in overtime. And I forgot that the game was on the Celtics games. So I go oh my gosh. Celtics, Lakers, Celtics. Lakers flipped it back. Three minutes left. It's a close game. Yeah. Like this is same Lakers team that got beat by forty the other night went through a stretch where both teams made every shot they put up. That's what I'm saying. Like the last minute forty five was outstanding basketball. Outstanding was the Lakers would come down. They make a basket. The Celtics would come down. Kyri would go to the hope and make an incredible way up. And but coups may hit the hit a three late, and then the Celtics made a shot and then the last second possession. Lebron didn't touch the ball. Did you notice that too? I'm like LeBron go get the ball. And he didn't get it an Ingram tried a reverse layup. It got blocked the scramble Tyson Chandler was able to tap it out little happy tap tap. And he tapped it out into Rondo went out that the glass, it was fun. It was fun for a an early February game. I missed the last play because I had to get up off the couch and go to the bathroom within I heard the the television. I heard you know, kind of some hysteria. So I wrote. I don't understand like that badly. What do you mean? Well, how do you use a February basketball game? There's a little pause in the action. Even though it's towards the end, and I have to go to the bathroom. Yes. I chose not wedding myself over watching the final four seconds of February early February Lakers Celtics games in it. More of a slow Bill. Del like, don't, you know? The payment. Room for fifteen minutes before then you you've got to say to yourself. Well. You know, what I kinda gotta go like he doesn't just all of a sudden you have to go. And you have to go now. Well, maybe if this was game seven of the NBA finals, I would have held it. How about since it wasn't? I said, you know, what I miss it. I'll I'll watch bad fan. You don't tell me how to be a fan. How about you hit the pause button on your Comcast remote? Right. Even if it's just a quick thirty second bathroom, you watch your own T either way you want to watch your TV. How about that? Why do? Okay. Coming up at twenty minutes. Waddell will read you the commercial for Comcast. And all the great features. I know it doesn't pause. Beyond that. They're not great features. I just failed to use it. Dan. Showman tells us how great Zion. Williamson will be in the NBA and what is wrong with major league baseball free agency. We'll hit two sports with Dan Shulman next inside the first midwest Bank studio, it's Friday. It's the weekend. It's waddling Selvi on ESPN one thousand York how you doing. Hey, Frank, great to see things are going great. Couldn't be better. Excuse me, sir. What is your seat from John Chico's menswear? Why? Yes, it is. I knew it. Every man I've ever met that gets his clothes. They're just look so handsome. I knew it had to be from John. She goes. Yeah. And this guy right here is the brother of Tina who makes judge. She goes the awesome place. It.
"thousand york" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Riedel in the morning on seven ten w. Nine twenty four while you caught my attention there. What did you say the world's for the city's largest house in New York City? Yeah, it's going to be three historic townhouses are going to be joined there on east seventy fifth street, and it's going to create a mega mansion of thirty one thousand five hundred square feet that's larger than Gracie mansion it's larger than the governor's mansion in Albany, and these houses are owned by the Russian Israeli billionaire Roman Abramovich, Vladimir Putin has close friends, and he Trump colluded with that was the guy that okay, he bought these properties nine eleven and thirteen east seventy fifth street, and he's drawn up plans to create this just gigantic house. I mean, it's a lot thirty one thousand five hundred square feet. It's going to be twelve bathrooms ten bedrooms. There's going to have an indoor and outdoor swimming pool. This is even bigger than Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch. So this is a room for well. He's a multi billionaire he owns the Chelsea football club. Oh, I bet. He's there. Three days a week. Wow. Isn't that certain three days out of the whole year? He'll probably be this huge staff. That's unbelievable. Thirty one thousand square feet thirty one thousand York. New York City house that is a very very large house, and it's got it's gonna have a sculpture garden on top. There's going to be an art gallery and atrium. Ooh. I can't wait. I wonder fell invite me over for the housewarming one. Would only hope what do I bring for that? Should I bring like a crusade dish or some all clad omelet pan? A couple of sports related items, which I think I'll try to tackle here. Okay. Olympic gymnasts. You know, her Simone biles, very upset. They have a brand new head of the US gymnastics team, a new president her name CEO is Mary Bono. And she put out a tweet. Criticizing Nike because of their advertising campaign involving quarterback Colin Kaepernick, she's a former Republican congresswoman she posted a photo of herself drawing over the Nike logo on a golf shoe and byles a put out tweets saying really criticizing this president saying, yeah, it's not like we needed a smarter USA gymnastics president or any sponsors or anything. So she's criticizing her for going after spying, whatever. Well, this Bono has since apologized and deleted the tweet Ono head. Yeah. Yeah. So that was kind of stupid this interesting. Tell me what you think of this one. This is the SNZ grocery store in Athens, Alabama. There are no longer going to sell Pepsi products that have an NFL logo on them. Why Pepsi and the NFL the Pepsi sponsors? They have time show. Right. So the NFL logos on there. In fact, I just had a Pepsi bottle machine and had the NFL logo on because he says I refuse to sell the product until the logos removed. I will not bow down in order to make a dollar as long as the athletes are allowed the bow down in disrespect the flag and the country I love so Philip Stewart the owner of SNZ grocery in Athens, Alabama taking a stand. There you go NFL hurricane Michael my gosh. I saw the pictures over the weekend just absolute devastation, and they're still looking for fifteen hundred people who are still missing they found how did for without missile phones. They just don't know where they are. They could be around they found five hundred and twenty people but more than fifteen hundred people are still missing their using cadaver dogs drones and heavy equipment to search for. Survivors there in the panhandle. Did you see that one house Len? Yes, withstood it was built to withstand storms, and it withstood the storm that Mexico beach. Yeah. Came through pretty much intact. Bannon there everything else is demolished on that houses standing that houses. Right. They're totally gone. How about this? This dopey guy tried to steal this Luder tried to steal a police vehicle and they caught him and they well they shot him. So that's the end of him. But he did. Yeah. Shot and killed him. So this is trying to steal law enforcement vehicle. This is during the hurricane. He says, here's a law enforcement vehicle. I think I'll steal it. It was in Panama City, bang, bang, dead, and he tried. I mean, I don't know if you're gonna steal something don't steal the police car because chances are the police are going to be around it. But looting has that. That's how sick people are looting. Spend a problem, of course, with the just houses that are that are left standing most of them are demolishes nothing. The loot now. All right time for the latest news headlines will get a market update. Good morning to you, Joe Bartlett. We'll get those numbers just moment here lend, let's get the update on this story hillside. New Jersey police officer dead after a crash in Linden this morning, the officer's car collided with a tractor trailer on route one there was another person in the car that person was injured. The police officer off-duty dime apparently died now and police are looking into whether alcohol may have played a role in that firefighters suffered injuries to his back and legs after falling from a ladder funding a fire in the Bronx fell thirty feet, but he will be okay. This was a marijuana. Grow house was on fire. Senator Elizabeth Warren releasing DNA results that show strong evidence. She has native American ancestry. Well, let's not get hot. Was that my throat here? Insensitive. Now, the president and other Republicans have mocked her, of course for the claim. So she did submit this test to the Boston Globe. Now, the DNA says the vast majority of her ancestry is European but there was a native American ancestor six to ten generations back. So there you go. Well, wouldn't wouldn't qualify for scholarship? President Trump says he spoke to the king of Saudi Arabia this morning. He denies any knowledge knowing what happened to missing journalist Jamal kashogi. Sorry. Donald Trump tweeted this morning that king Salman said his country's working closely with Turkey to find answers to know. The president says he has no plans to shut down the investigation of special counsel, Robert Muller on CBS or sixty minutes, though. He wouldn't promise to not shut down our pledge. Why should I pledge to you by pledge? I'll fletch. I have no intention of the president. You're not he repeatedly said there was no collusion though. Instead it was an unfair investigation. Her. Haven't heard him say that in about seven minutes. I'm sorry. No, no, no, governor Cuomo wants to state police in the FBI to investigate a proud, boys. Brawl Friday night in New York City, dozens of proud boys. He's a right wing extremist seen on video attacking left, a leftist protesters outside the metropolitan Republican club governor wants to know more about it. We will not tolerate hate speech. It is not protected. It is illegal. We will investigate it to the fullest. Okay. Prince Harry and his wife Megan expecting the first child in London, they are already taking bets among the girl's name Victoria's favourite. Eight to one followed by Alice twelve to one then Diana Elizabeth, and Mary tell us we're uncovered there must be analysis in the background there for the boys Albert, Arthur and Philip sounds familiar. Yes. It does sound familiar, right? Let's get these numbers here. On Wall Street. The lower start this morning. It could be worse given the nature of last couple of days. So Dow's down just a point right now S and P down a point of the NASDAQ is down fifteen in the early trading. All right. Thanks, joey. When we get back. 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"thousand york" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Up this summer in Charleston. Who's just so talented. And so at ease with public speaking as many of you know, I do the public speaking thing too. And absolutely love it. And I'm sure Corey. Gets the same kind of questions that I get. And in fact, he did a book about this whole thing of how do you do that? And he's written a book called the book of public speaking learning to speak for purpose impact and prophet. What a killer title, Cory. Thanks so much for catching up with us. And now you've got a busy schedule. Oh, thank you so much. I'm absolutely ecstatic beer. So let's talk about your road to speaking to emceeing to getting up in front of people to getting hired. How that all happen for you? Weird going to say a weird wait for it to come together and come to life. I actually got started. And I haven't run into another speaker that followed the same path. So I think it's fairly unique. I actually got started by having a happy accident and being turned onto his stand up comedy stage. And at the same time, I had a business background. And so I eventually failed on a fan of comedy stage week after week until I finally discovered the world of speaking. And because they had a business background. It seemed like a knife marriage sort of Mary all the things I liked about comedy. And maybe if you think they didn't like maybe get rid of them. And when you first started off, what were some of the hurdles maybe you had some of the challenges in the beginning to get where you are. Well, first and foremost, I was terrified of the idea of speaking on stage. So my first hurdle. I think was actually just making peace with the fact that I was going to be doing something that was extremely my comfort zone. And so that was a major hurdle because that was essentially the core of everything I was doing so doing what I was doing with essentially about a thousand York my comfort zone. So first of all, I guess a lot of the I'm gonna call it maybe up, but I made because I was just so in Burien and also in my head every time, I was up speaking. I was thinking about don't do this don't do that. And so it was biggest hurdle. I had with my own emotional my own emotional. Let's say internal dialogue was probably the biggest. And then you're the second part is I thought because I was finally doing what I was air to do. And I was getting some good reviews from it. I thought that client got poor in and find me. And that didn't happen either. So those are probably the two biggest I would say all right. I love that. You thought the clients are going to pour it and find you wouldn't it be great. If that happened. You get promised that you don't when you start speaking. You hear all all these other speakers at bay. Basically, everything I have all my businesses the referrals, and I don't reach out to anybody. I don't talk to anybody. They just call in and take we book, you Dane and year, all although stuff, and then you find it hard to find that speaker that actually has that happening. Exactly. So tell us why you wrote the book what made you want to write the book. Biggest reason for me. I gotta ask the question over and over again. So kind to this point that we're making I got the question over and over again, how did you launch speaking career? How can I launch one? How do you get paid to speak, and you seem to be both a lot. But how are you getting booked often to speak those kind of questions I kept getting and then I start remembering what it was like for me early on and all misstep they made. And I ain't trenches. I bought fell down a manhole that fell down. And I said, I don't want other people to have to fall down the same ones I've fallen down if I can point to the, you know, why not they have been jump over the manhole or avoid it altogether. If I've already fallen down and control the market is. So really for me. It was a matter of getting out of the question so often, and realizing I could bring something to the conversation and teaching people all the things that took me sixteen years to learn perhaps, maybe they could start out on maybe a better put and have a little more guidance than I did when I began so inspired. I love it. You have a quote in your book from one of my friends, Diana, bluer. Were you say if you can't write your message in a sentence? You can't say and then our explain that. Yeah. To me at all even further and say, we have a tax program where we help you with their car and people always ask me how long is the training each week. Video training. I say typically twenty to thirty minutes because if I can't share you and twenty to thirty minutes. How dare I try to teach you how to land and chair attack pocketing team? So, you know, my believe that a lot of times we we basically tried to over Wayne, and we want to end up being. So it makes it feel like it's more valuable me. You really should be able to explain it quickly. And you should be able to explain it. I'm going to say in it in a way that people can understand it very easily in a short amount of time. And if you can't then you probably can't explain it at all to me back me. I love that. And so tell us about Tech's has everybody wants to give TED talks and tax is a great way. If you're lucky enough to get picked to really nail home what you speak about. And even if you're somebody who's in business or does something else for a living, and you still have to speak. It's a great way to get your message out there, isn't it? Yeah. In all honesty. I would say it the biggest game changer, and that's a bold statement. But one of the things that you probably not well is that with for example, they used to be the kind of the standard rule, and and a book, you're the expert and bookings came to you and all that kind of stuff. But now, it's so easy to have international bestselling book on Amazon the day after you release the ball. And I think most readers know that as well. And so talk to gain credit and credibility and gain prestige while a lot of other thing. Now, I've lost a little bit of their luster because it's so much easier to do talk. They know people watching it that there's a reason to be on that day JR. And they know that it was more than one person that could you to be there. So because of that there's so much prestige there. I have to say get the open the doors for me each talkative delivered opened the doors for me. More than anything else I've ever done. And so it is really a big deal because if you are a business owner, I mean, you can't talk about your business during your, but people think you if they really resonate with your talk. Same time, you can also list, you're talk all kinds of places to build your own credibility. I e your Email signature or anywhere. You do your bio or on social media, you can say headache speaker on and then let your topic what you spoke on put your linked to your video. And so all of a sudden it opened up, doors and gains credibility. Unlike anything else, but the cool thing is even if only a small number of people watch your talk when people hear you gotta talk immediately. I have to let them listen to this person. So yeah, it's a huge game changer. Boy, that's a great tip. Right. There were speaking with a Corey and his book is called the book of public speaking learning to speak. And so you said you've done this for six teen years. What's the coolest thing you've ever gotten to do? And I know that's a tough question. Yeah. Tough question, and I'll I'll leave out three headaches talk. Because obviously that would be an easy answer. If we just literally talked about it. So I would say those are obviously really big moment. But you weird because it doesn't relate to speaking at all. But, you know, the true answer comes me right away is actually got to be a volunteer fireman for a day because a client they meet well, a person that went to school same places me. I want to talk, and then told me that he was he worked for fire fire fire men and women person training school at I wanted to go through the process of what does and so being invited me profits. And I live that to me that was a pretty exciting moment. And again, it wasn't speaking at the same time, but it came from speaking. Wow. Very very cool. What do you hope people take away from your book? People take away that two things one speaking to them a lot of people think, and you know, I don't try to scare you. But I want people to realize a little harder than people think. And I don't mean on the stage. I mean, building speaking business, but Secondly, I want people to realize that no matter where you start even if you're the person sweating on this page that almost off the stage who can still all be lurk. I watched probably more speakers that were terrified on a stage and talk more speakers ever terrified when they started who become amazing speakers than people that were actually born to do it. So I hope people can read and the Balkan and realized this stuff can be learned, and I can learn it too. So that that would be my whole for a takeaway, I love that and see because you're on these different stages. One thing that happens when you talked about being a volunteer firemen for day, and what an awesome experience that was. But you also have brushes with fame because when we travel and you're at different events a lot of times, there are some celebrities that. Are on hand. And I know you've interviewed a bunch of them. Do you have a favorite one? I get that question a lot. And it's a hard is the hard one to say a favor, let's say interviewer person, but I can tell you, and this is still probably a favorite because of the threes, but I very memorable one. And in fact, there's two that Vanderbilt, but one is a gentleman named Robin Sharma rose the sold his Ferrari and other international bestselling book. And I did the interview with him while I had a toothache, and I didn't want to reveal that that in the interview to be Campbell. And so I had to drink water to ease the toothache. But the factor that you don't drink that much water. Now, I'm gonna need to go to the bathroom. And so the whole interview if you listen to it you'd never know that was kind of a win. But at the same time, I was pretty distracted in my head the whole time during the interview so it made it very memorable. And then Jack canfield the chicken soup for the co co-creator. It took four months to get that interview. And there's a whole back three is the how what I had to do to actually make that interview come to life and get cured. And so because of those reasons and both of those. Those gentlemen delivered and knocked out of the park because of those reasons those would be the most memorable and perhaps along the lines of among my favorites as well. I absolutely love it. That's cool. Very cool. I love the toothache thing that had to be something sitting there with your.
"thousand york" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I forget the exact name of the bias but assuming that things are going to continue in the same direction that they are like okay here's here's the example recently buys and there's others yeah so if if you if somebody was literally born yesterday right they were literally born yesterday they've never lived a day in their life and they wake up in the morning and the temperatures going up you know it starts out at sixty nine and then it goes up to seventy four then it goes up to seventy six by noon as far as they're concerned they are going to die right because the temperature the longer the day ticks on the higher the temperature gets and it's the assumption that things are going to continue on the trend that i'm seeing right now and in lack of information to the contrary or the experience to discern that that's not actually the way it's going to continue to go you end up making an error in judgement that type of thing happens politically all the time and not to get too hot here and take a right turn but climate change is a perfect example i mean using the temperature example that if these continue which we have to assume they will write on these these multitude variables that we think we have an idea and we can project we will see levels will rise by two thousand york will be underwater yes well didn't happen did it even though co two levels have gone up and up since then so to your point i mean and i think politics is great example about the infant amount of variables involved in electing donald trump right that doesn't that doesn't necessarily mean that there are large groups of people by the tens and hundreds of millions of the groups of people that act in unison and can kind of you know i think the wave is is a good analogy of that can take over in wave until the next wave comes right like that which could be informed by something come completely different as the cultural shifts calls priorities change that's never gonna change closing argument my name's walter hudson got carl eggers in here from the.
"thousand york" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Td you know i mean they had that i had or whatever but ahead while you had to go burki a bear white had a couple of why are you gonna pick burki it though because his he's got the funniest sounds like banker yeah like upon you say burkhead your lights who's that guy right who had a couple other running back so you can joe also like who the lewis dion lou because he's a household they do white white there cannot be a more generic name than white john lyons right jobs thank you johnson fence frans offensively are lewis had nine hundred yards last season right that's pretty good it's told you that robust pretty gus pretty good the list look it up i just say robot committee they have a thousand york had a fractured eugeorgia guatemalan values yardage by committee you would hope they'd have that their son necessarily true because all really you don't think there's a you don't think there's a deep deeply the nfl the did get a thousand yards by committing of course when in football sometimes you think is certain ways and it's not guy below company do be two 5050 the though or uh how do we deal with his lonzo thing that key said where he won last what were you agree you don't wanna pulled up the tweet what mansell the army duels it the tweet lcd davisville he said no no no no no no now george said no key said no george the one we talked about this a lot about lonzo specifically no we did i explain allows one reason he george weren't you explained to the listeners where we're talking about okay there is a raw nerve.
"thousand york" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Year out affiliate there were like people complaining about doug bdni there was some people say he should have been fired after one year i mean to the way it's turned after one year now he's lauded he's had a great year the way change the offense when they polls the game plan against minnesota do you do you think that he's been much better this year or you think people were kind of being a little tough autumn last year you know i picked up a little boat i mean last year there were seven to nine as you said but if you follow them closely i know every team and say that but there were three game to basically they gave away and lost it up they even their opponents will tell you they should have one and so they they were a strong seven and nine if there such a thing but this year with the eagles it's really been a perfect storm of everything working out uh y you go and get to where he smith he responds with a great year you go get out john jeffrey he responds with a great year uh you trade for the running back in miami who's a thousand york water he comes up and has a terrific year uh just all these things all the moves that were made by the eagles and you give how we rose credit they've all worked out and there's no question that uh you know bats made the difference this year how do you think the fact that doug peterson play quarterback in the nfl their quarterback coach other play quarterback in the nfl you have a lot of former quarterbacks on this team how how much do you think that helps both carson winches development and what they've been able to do a nick falls dolan value won't even know you can you know uh put a price on that if you will i i mean to have almost thirty years of nfl experience mean frank reich and doug peterson plus their demeanour these guys cap great demeanor as you know the way they interact with the players are great especially young players there's no question the course of mine and nick folz have greatly benefited from that sean i was talking before.
"thousand york" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Road although it was if they shut down to close all the schools they told people don't go out in the street go nowhere we would like super bowl we have to get could media event we are in they didn't do anything to help on the street they did anything to help the traffic get to where they needed to go it work uh it was quite sad 'cause we're in the south where was just like being here in minneapolis before you join us solomon we were just analyzing every pregnant pause that kirk cousins toeroek on his radio tour today obviously we are weighted waiting with bated breath to see if washington allows him to hit the open market and whether john elway can get him to denver how would you handicap the broncos chances of landing kirk cousins i real slim i don't think the redskins we're gonna let go beyond uh you know he he done some great things for that organisation including heading singleseason passing march uh coming back this year to get over four thousand york fast and to give the fight not having up here are song or just sean jackson no matter what you still putting up these numbers yeah i think the refuse to get over eight drafted a guy the same you they took kirk cousins they took the guy in with a second overall pick in the first round by the name of robert griffin the third and he didn't pan out and and it's almost like kirk cousins it's been good but they're like no you're not the guy we wanted to because we want a good it's like they hold it attempts but all these dawn is played as well as any quarterback in the history of that france i did i think they ought to begin to build a team around him in fact that's what they need to focus on so dan in lieu of her cousins hitting the open market do the broncos go quarterback at five do you think that the classes strong enough to warrant a pick at five if donald and rosen are gone oh i don't think roads gonna be gone it all live i you know i either here josh alan uh i think one of those guys are are still there uh sam donald i didn't what one of those three you're still gonna.
"thousand york" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"Deep and uh but then he thought they need you need to be better kind of upfront stopped on the run and not rushing kassire uh does alex smith still know how to throw the ball more than twenty arts um hear them to do that he's number one nfl in doing that they have they have the second time f history four thousand york passer thousand your rusher thousand they receive a thousand airtight at all it's pretty good that's that's one of those stats will you just like add up abilities like like oh yeah just throw in the kicker has made more than three fifty yard kicks first time the any teams ever done that well it at the world we live in everyone who the coach that weighs more than three hundred pound yeah who dresses like santa all right let's go to the nfc uh the eagles uh pretty obvious right yeah they're pass defense yeah while nickel hulking all right so you don't you're not a believer in big dick nick uh all not not the first time i've heard that before you have not confirmed yes because you're yes home um uh i looked a package proposed in pawtucket they got beyond the double move overnight the giants beat him up what mixed bulls then he nick both quite average if you play average the they have a chance to win the good offense along the congressional passer get it why dr um it's just folded up the fault if he wanted to lose them again so think back to your experience with chip kelly what was it about kelly that made nick like the best quarterback in nfl history said that one year what were will what was it like how did he taylor that offense to his strikes whoa guy her wide open because of differences higher i mean that the temple was such a big factor not offer and so guys are just wide open uh you run a lotta by action you on the white cross softish what guys cross in the field of three levels um and got her pretty wide open i mean it's not it's not offered through were you just kind of fit back there at pick apart of defense you have a law this action the backed you'll but screws with defenders eyes and guys are gonna be.
"thousand york" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Hash marks rapidly your coach approaching kicked off from the horseshoe a year ago when the buckeye wanting norman picking off quarterback baker mayfield twice it was ohio state stop corners that were making those place they're not there this time around so some players to keep an eye on espn radio starring milk milk i producer given thank you a big one the night in columbus oklahoma in ohio state mel ohio as they go through norman last year beat them by three touchdowns i'm having a hard time seeing how oklahoma completely turns that table but if it's going to be a different sort of football game who are some of the guys that we need to be paying attach to work for oklahoma it's baker mayfield or you have a quarterback who can be a magician out there you could be with his arm with his legs and he's just a guys great leadership great are about him that it back to the we talk about how important that is very quarterback he as what dari he lost over forty six hundred yards of offense around them and 45 touchdowns left this program with the graduation than what we want to the nfl up joe mix in some odd j p rhine and dd westbrook at does include they're kicking punt return yardage as well which would have put it well over five thousand your six thousand york story of of production okay so how does mayfield make up for that gets at ohio state defense that really gets after you up front fair it up now the offensive line is is going to have to be big we know that they say that might be the best offensive line in the country a going against the best defensive line in the country in fact i was reading were nick boza states up or was dug and a sick of hearing about how they have the best the offensive line oklahoma as the best of its the i'll give you a guy that i think was big for oklahoma homer last season at times with big last week it is just big in general and this is kind of the outlet if baker may feel cannot fine consistent receiving threats on the outside mark andrews in i don't know how much you like him at the nfl level redshirt junior six five to fifty five he's huge huge tied it for the sooner might be the.
"thousand york" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"He's unstoppable use movement as a running quarterback so he's a he's a guy lowest beds team it's got look for who kikwete back it up so he's a dog of course uh looking for a panthers kind of get back into the conversation in the corridors you got carson's homer whose as individual career any he's understanding what people were saying about are all old tech tune anymore he's gonna proved to people that he still can griffin and rip you want the best of their first euros gonna fight age forever dan by jj and they'll say job brown too fast guys accolades plays over the top but you know i don't know that for some reason i'm to run it back vote of it's all about whether that's all day uh they're not just do what the pants going to do it again with their cardinal david johnson who was with piece and i feel like it's going to be an interesting conversation in the amount of no catch you she's gonna get in between two tackles outside the tackles many chechens the best with atlanta eighty catch you almost a thousand york twenty td who who asked twenty td anymore i mean it's somebody's college kids that's why you know nineteen games don't even your 2003 uh david goss and he did that against home me and they were trying to stop them uh and not to mention the alshams in line that couldn't keep carson palmer klay last year so you know he was making a lot out of it so we talk about that warning the conversation asher that will be this year it's the carolina panthers and there's little carlos yeah and we just had the garden gnc's merchants you indeed redo johnson to anybody like really really i wouldn't dream for anybody league that seems an medium andrew lucky say no we're talking to people sit here and from there were good morning football you were with staffer his sacking you're in a believe with the tigers are excuse me with lines not too long ago right so you're in detroit with them and.
"thousand york" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Hattiesburg so they'll go with quadra griggs said c transfer speedo smith is back in the back to that bodes well nearly nine hundred yards seventeen touchdowns on the ground he caught another 459 worth for another two touchdown receptions so they got some playmaker staggers robertson pretty good receivers there and then you've got cornell armstrong still lead the way linebacker wise four southern miss did they were minus seventeen turnover wise joked they've got to get it together if they want to hang in this game and kentucky a double digits favorite on the road it's the wildcats minus ten and a half total fifty seven yeah well this game was the opening game last year canon lexington kentucky held a thirty five halftime lead over southern matching nick motlanthe amedo smith before they outscored them thirty four to nothing in the second half time one hundred forty four to thirty five kentucky year they ever a thousand york rusher shop were running back tarnish now they have steven johnson their quarterback i mean the way you're going to have to be impact you could have to run on their front got allowed over georgia rushing yards per game but i think kentucky has a speed of vantage cover this number a year if they win this game anywhere from seventeen kicked twenty points in hattiesburg right nc state there at home in raleigh ryan finley is back over three thousand yards eighteen touchdowns eight dick's hinds at his backfield we'll see what he's got meanwhile they have jaylen samuel's very solid tight end who also did some rushing on those end around so he too was good they have harmon and lewis pretty good receivers as well as far as linebackers fernandez in more or back door and see state for south carolina jake bentley jerry solid promising quarterback to further fourteen hundred nine touchdowns four text dowd dell is back in the backfield nearly eight hundred yards six touchdowns first samuel edwards all solid receivers four the gamecocks on the defensive side of things dj smith taylor stalwart bryson allan lamb and sees guys are all solid we'll see what must champion bring against day dohrn and the boys in raleigh joe the line has nc state staying steady at five fifty two and a.
"thousand york" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Well in a certain way you can what he coach five seasons she won two super bowls he delivered as a third one for barry switzer but but i but i don't know i know we look at longevity with coaches but tonight i izumi johnson whole same coach well here's a hall of fame coach i mean he's you know whether he's in there are not he's a hall of fame type a coach in my mind the question is whether the voters are going to allow him to gain entry into their and again i think he will listen to a player has his coaching career or his player like terrell davis says his career cut off because of a physical injury that he suffered not his choice jimmy johnson made the choice not to coach again and i know it doesn't sound like much but there's a difference between a coach was involved for five years in a player who's involved for five years it's just a subtle thing jimmy johnson to me is one of the great coaches when i was number one thing that always stood out to me this they would say you this is the hall of fame king you write the history of the game without this particular individual and in the case of terrell davis in a you could argue that he had an nfl mvp a superbowl mvp a two thousand york season he is take important a number of historical vince over time and to meet jimmy johnson to part of an of history as you mentioned the two super bowls and seeing it up for barry switzer when a third to me he belongs in new but i think it's a different case looking at a coach in a player adam uh nfl live at one thirty eastern every weekday on espn also he has a podcast no them from adam last week he interviewed hall of famers jerry jones and terrell davis 10week hap how long the speeches or have they ever thought of just doing the academy awards music there you'll know that you you have to submit your speech let's see how long it is and then they tell you it has to you know we we got twenty minutes here there are so much.
"thousand york" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Five two one two four two two seven i've noticed that there's been this political agenda if you will regarding colin kaepernick and why colin kaepernick is currently not on an active nfl roster you know the guy who decided to take and protests the national anthem because he was fighting for oppress people were being killed by police which actually think his intentions is right to do so i have no problem with that so number one let me state that no problem with that whatsoever i don't agree with it per se because on the same token you're going over here and you're taking in me and you're fighting for press people right and then what do you do you wear socks to practice that have pigs on them where with the top hats basically referring to law enforcement as pigs then you come to a press conference with a tshirt honoring fidel castro who was the poster child for oppressing people for decades in cuba so you're fighting for a press people in america but then you were tshirt honoring fidel castro i mean right there you lost all credibility with me even more so by the end of the season he stopped nearly he stopped and there are people out there i don't want to get political i never like to mix politics and religion with sports but there are people out there who are basically using their own platform as public figures to try to advance this false narrative the colin kaepernick is being blackballed by the nfl who really whatever you blackwell last year by san francisco forty nine ers in new york family when he was citing the back of those multi milliondollar checks but here's the thing let let me just sort of this for everybody out there who thinks that colin kaepernick is being blackballed i'll tell you this right now the nfl teams there are thirty two of them thirty one of them are privately owned hence the word privately that means other than the green bay packers were publicly owned the other thirty one owners in the nfl can do whatever they want insein whomever they walked in black pose a strong term but maybe just maybe they don't want a guy who since he signed a sixyear sixty one million dollar contract has never thrown for twenty five touchdown passes in a season has never had a four thousand york passing.