20 Burst results for "Twenty Hours A Day"
"twenty hours day" Discussed on Storybound
"Even as the grass the back lawn lay drunken clumps fattened by twenty hour days summer sunlight out in the garage. I found a flowery. Top sheet from long gone waterbed that one over the pool table soon to be followed by the side dishes the salads the condiments on with the grill the meat at the ready on the little side table that folds up with an indentation to rest your tongues and spatula. All that was left was the guacamole which was when carl's pickup pulled into the driveway. Carl wasn't my husband. Car was a beautiful bedeviling heartbreak of my life. His hair but not see saw his scalp and age spots modeled his arms. His smell was the same as ever. Wd forty line dried shirt the peppermint soap he used to cut through fishline for one. Hetty second i believe he had come back to say in some soft regretful. Boys remember when we ran each other. It's schwartzman's warehouse it. got me thinking. Well maybe we should give it. Another try is. Carl told me long ago inside to hide soft secret. Pink balloon of drains. He was incorrect but the balloon had withered a little over the years and it was not a reassuring sign that carl had a dog in the back of his vehicle. I thought you might need a new lab. He said she's pedigree brielle obedient. I had some idea of what he meant. She jumped ducks before he got off..
"twenty hours day" Discussed on Decoding Obesity
"It was like it happened overnight. I was oblivious to the council that i was packing on and so prior to this weight loss i hit two fifty bucks was wrong and i'm five six and so and i have a muscular build. Which is okay because you can carry more weight. However i look back now my pictures and i'm like wow. I was in complete. Denial of how heavy. I really was right. So what do you think caused this. You were talking about being off some of the drugs. Do you mind sharing that with us. Yeah definitely you know. I think if i go back to the very beginning i had a tumultuous childhood lots of adversity alcoholics side of the family for dad lots of verbal and mental in abuse and domestic violence situations. And so i think that i then created relationship with food to soothe me definitely emotional eater right and then when i went down the addiction path you know unfortunately i discovered methamphetamine which is a terrible drug very fortunate to be one of the ones that got out of that world and what it does suppresses your appetite for dana so your body goes into starvation mode and then when you finally feed it you crave horrible foods and junk and sugar because that's what your brain has needed and it said into the yoyo cycle that i was already in any way and then when you get sober from something you look at it like well. I've quit smoking. Cigarettes quit smoking pot of quit drinking of quick everything i'm going to eat. It's like you give yourself permission our reward for all the other good things you've done and eat instead which is an addiction to right. Absolutely one question for you. Is that a lot of times. We see that people who suffer from some kind of an addiction. Kind of replace the foods for that addiction at times and that might become a problem for them leading to the obesity. Now that may not be the case for you because you were on a stimulant drug the methamphetamine. Which does revel the metabolism and when you were eating. Whatever you were eating you were not gaining as much weight because of the way you are but you think you had any sort of addiction that kind of replaced here methamphetamine addiction. Oh work in food absolutely work and food right and in our society. Today we absolutely welcome hustlers. We welcome working seven days a week. Twenty hour days and all that did was replaced another addiction. So and again i'm an emotional eater so in getting so you go through a lot of emotional things and mindset and you really working on clearing out the cobwebs and so if i felt something didn't matter if it was happiness i'll let celebrate. Oem sad better eat. That'll make me feel better. And then i really began to learn more about how food does affect your mood and it began to make sense. Why oh it's evening my serotonin stepping so of course. I'm going to crave chips. Chips are going to give me that. Carbohydrate boosted send going to release serotonin and make me feel good so it's not like it was even in my head. It was really what was creating with the food. I was eating right and so what changed. What was your son of the light bulb moment. That made you kind of decide that you wanted to change needed to do something about it. That's a great question. So i've three kids. The oldest is a girl and she had a weight issue as well. And you know we had tried different things fad diets kito omni drops you name it and she heard about ideal protein which is another system..
"twenty hours day" Discussed on Doughboys
"Anything that that was the heyday of music videos. That was the nineties right. It was just when everyone's doing music business. People actually watched mtv and It was great because for young people trying to get a start that were had you know. The appearance of some rebel upcoming upstart filmmakers. You could get to fool people into giving you money to make these short films in away right right fresh outta film school which we all were and do these videos and the label and they didn't know what they're even doing so they go you guys. Just go crazy man. I understand sure whatever. Here's some in was that. Was it a thing where it was like. Were were those films. That's like luxuriance where there's a lot of food like catering or were they kind of like in the nineties way or was there nothing at all you know. Is it a sort of thing where it was like a very stripped down and you guys were just doing your own thing like Yeah it's usually john out. There's not a lotta nonunion and very twenty hour days and how almost like student film. I expect someone's mom to bring the stouffer frozen. Lasagna unstable with garlic bread. Sometimes like it was like. I mean there were a big music video. Were madonna music videos and stuff. I never did which a little fancier but no we had to make do with very little equipment little time and you know make it up as we go and so with losing. My religion was a thing of like a the basically. Do they play. Do they play the song along. While you're shooting it or is it. Just kind of saw is is is michael doing his thing and silence. Or is he playing a song for you have the actual track. And then they they play. It goes.
"twenty hours day" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"Podcast. This is episode number. One hundred and seventy two and my name is henry. And i'm paul this week. We have a another retro review for you. We are going to be reviewing. George romero's night of the living dead from nineteen sixty eight and then a listener was kind enough to send us a question. So we'll get to that other stuff we watched i mean enough said paul so yeah thanks again for joining us. Everybody well paul how you doing doing pretty well. Yesterday was a long day was a twenty hour day for me. So yeah you know it was. All the went went now. What was the time frame like the like. When did you start in the day. six am to two am. Yeah any any any little break semi little. Yeah you know. I had like a dinner break in there you know. I was trying to take everything that i had handwritten and get it. Typed and so For for the strip. That i've been working on. It's pretty much done I'm a little disappointed that i didn't make the original deadline but i pretty much have the whole thing done so i can. I'll probably wrap it up. Finally thursday or friday so yeah. I had a dinner break. You know and i had like little periodic breaks where i would just go and kind of do something else even if it was just for for a few minutes just because it was. You know a little brutal sitting there and just transcribing but also doing some editing and revisions. Kind of as as i was going through right. How are your fingers Honestly add the hand was a little bit tired like both because let's see yesterday was monday day before sunday. Sunday was when i really pounded out a lot of everything by hand and so it was like one day of just like constantly writing by hand and then another day of just constantly typing and and so they were a little tired..
"twenty hours day" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror
"It's hard to sometimes look at yourself as an actor and not be critical Voted that day and you always wanna look your best. Like i was just saying to a friend of mine. Reese knows back. Do a photo shoot as home. I have to go to early. Got to wake up and have breakfast because when you're going to be in a film or do a photo shoot those pictures around for many years and we're going to judge what you look like by half so you wanna make sure you got enough sleep look tired or whatever in those pictures because who knows maybe using drugs that day or you were sick. You're this or you're that or you're just not gonna look your best so there's a little bit of white that fresher. i guess. Try to look your bests as an actor resin models unless you get lucky end up as zombies or something like that then the worst. She looked better. So that works out. We can only hope for that opportunity. And did i read somewhere. You know it again. We don't talk that often about our work on here. But i think it's worth noting that don't you play zombie in a movie. That's coming out already specifically is gonna be coming out in may on sectors army of the dead so ugly has been a couple august but that was probably the the movie with the biggest budget. I think it was like seventy or ninety nine dollars a movie. I play different zombies zombie an alpha zombie later on. And that's a good example. Because you show on set coltan was like one clock in the morning until about nine a m get everybody done with their hair their makeup in their wardrobe to on these and then we were shooting and they were like you know sixteen twenty hour days and god knows you retired. Looks like poop bad. You just added to the worst. You looked the better. You look at zombie like if you're tired or whatever it doesn't matter if you're is a little ray all the better you know it doesn't matter if eight is worse look better..
"twenty hours day" Discussed on The Jose Morales Podcast
"Under a year or two that you know what i mean so in the same with me and and the fitness like i was up promotion at the gym. I was going to be like a two hundred grand a year. Spot managing overseeing like five six of their gyms. The district manager two hundred grand a year. Oh that's a lot of money. Right will not for what i'm looking to do right so i built it up on the side. I just came up with this idea. How can i translate. Fitness and new business and i came up with the fitness apparel line. Still has your fitness starts do with health and wellness. What i love. And i started on the side and for a year i literally worked probably twenty hour days. Nineteen hour days. You know the gym seventy seven so my family for a couple of hours worked from nine to two. Am on the business. Like bringing the cannot both ends with my main hustle. My side hustle building up and then after a year i built it up to six figures after your gross business. You know six figures gross. What during this time she had she thought i was crazy. She thought i was crazy. My wife she's amazing wife. She likes nice things but she's she'd rather be in all this she doesn't need it she'd rather have our health our family comfortable. That's great you know. It's like she likes nice thing but she's not like she'd be happy if we just made a hundred fifty k. And we're all happy and healthy which is fine. That's great right just as far as the drive and ambition. Not the same as me right. I'm driving but she thought i was crazy because what i was making at the other job but she also wanted more time for me too and i'm like well you're not going to get more time for me like if i have a promotion. Do more at this other job is gonna less time..
"twenty hours day" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast
"Let's let's invest in this company. That i i'm going to be using and let's put a couple of grand down on it so You know having find That campaign process you know assault. Just talk about the. How long has your your campaign and knows a lot of work. Guate- people are interested in equity crowdfunding for their start ups. Would you recommend it. Yeah i would actually if you look at the dollars and sense and and time put into it. You always have to look at something. This is the x. amount. I'm putting into this project. Is it going to yield a return. And this has yielded a return on the time we've devoted and the monetary amount that we put into it. You just have to be prepared to have content set aside or bring on a partner for content. Ecuador did recommend a bonafide experienced organization based calgary that that's gone through these process before and and that's bmw consultants and They they've been great guiding the vision law and making sure we're on track and it's good to have help out so as a as a lean team you have to focus on what you're what you're doing number one priority. And that's the sales element and funding. So i have the concert on my banking relationship and then getting funds for the company and they've helped out with that so i i would recommend it just Again you got to make sure that you're willing to put in the time some days or eighteen twenty hour days and it's a saturday. Sunday deal sometimes While fiscally especially with the startup in the early days and if you get people could board that.
"twenty hours day" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"He's like mayor of the town like he's one of those people that comes in and he's just like hey everybody how are you doing is really really really friendly Patrick stewart was nice. But he didn't have that like if you live thing that jonathan has He was very nice that he was very professional and and Mark was really good. He was i mean. We were in scenes all these scenes together so He was also very professional and And then lavar burton. I didn't really talk to them. That much So but everybody seemed to be really kind of you know. They understood the drill. They were just nobody was complaining. Everybody i mean even though we were doing twenty hour days. No-one was complaining and So that's what. I remember about the cast. I just remember being kind of struck by how Kind of generous. That jonathan was and he made a point of going up to everybody else shaking their hands and welcoming them being just so nice and i just remember being struck by that because i had not seen that kind of behavior you know that kind of like mayor of the town behavior on usually on any sets people will be friendly. They'll be nice that they're not like. Hey how are you. What's your name and thank you so much for coming here and it's great to see you and i'm really happy you're part of this that kind of stuff. You don't see that. That much you have heard stories about jonathan and brent spiner among other actors who go to lunch time with the character actor and it's like yourself actually hang out with them which is kind of i imagine very odd as well. Yeah and the thing is too is that you have to go to the paramount. They should shot at paramount. And you had to go to the paramount commissary. They didn't bring you food and so you go to the paramount commissary and there's like all these people they are with star trek heads. I think oh my god..
No Going Back to Normal with Guillermo del Toro, Zack Arnold and Laine Trzinski"
"Welcome to our podcast. It's where we asked some of the entertainment industry's brightest minds how Hollywood might reinvent itself as it comes out of the pandemic coming up filmmaker Guillermo del Toro. But first, we ask our guests in every episode, what they would do to fix Hollywood and we've talked with actors, directors, executives, and writers. But, what about the people on the frontlines the below the line workers as they're called in the business, they do vital work behind the scenes and they have a lot to say about what needs to change Hollywood is going to thrive after the pandemic members of the gig economy people that are creative professional's in. Hollywood, we're essentially chewed up and we are spit out. We are treated like we are widgets we are commodities that can be replaced. That's Zach Arnold he's a film and TV editor. He's worked on shows like empire burn notice and glee he got a lot of attention for a blog post he wrote about what could happen when production resumes the title Dear, Hollywood? We don't WANNA go back. To normal normal wasn't working. It had come from me having hundreds of conversations with people that all said the same thing because of the pandemic I had this immense amount of self awareness of how much I hated my life before all this started. Now that I'm not driving I realized how much I hated my commute now that I'm not working eighteen hours, I realized how much time I lost with my children and I received hundreds upon hundreds of responses I'm still getting them, and I still can't sift through all of them. Arnold's blog is called optimize yourself and gives advice about work life balance, which is really important in an industry that is notorious for grueling hours with no guarantee of steady employment. Arnold shares a story that he heard from film editor Walter Merch, he worked on the Godfather and apocalypse. Now, it was a famous story back in the mid to late seventies about a film that was vastly over budget and had very tight deadlines and everybody was just getting pushed to the limit with twenty hour days and they went to one of the heads of post production at Universal Studios and said, we have to do something about these demands. Everybody is dropping like flies and the response was get more flies. Nothing has changed in the last forty years. It's all about everybody having to create a miracle such that today's Miracle Dust becomes tomorrow's expectation and whatever it takes however many people it takes to figure this out they throw people at the problem and as soon as somebody can't deliver anymore they find somebody else that will and I think this is a systemic issue that needs to change, and if ever there was a time to figure it out I think it's right now the most immediate problem with that get more flies solution is that if someone on test positive for coronavirus, it isn't simply a matter of replacing that person one infected crew member could shut down an entire production. And the safety protocols that you need to prevent that that requires time and attention and money. So what we can't do a separate, the conversation of safety from the conversation of ours because the two are inextricably linked. If you're going to have a safer set, you need to have people that are healthy that have strong immune systems that are not sleep deprived. That are working regular hours. I don't know why it has gotten to a point where. We do work such long hours when honestly to have any sort of life, we shouldn't Laney trubisky is one of the many industry gig workers who read Zak's blog post she's a hairstylist and she's been in the business since nineteen ninety-three. But back in March when the pandemic hit her work stopped Gosh, it's just been ups and downs my feelings change every single day I'm not sure if I even willing to remain in the film business. Because the film business, we had before very stressful and was very hard on a lot of families and people and things have to change their for sure the hours for her makeup teams some of the longest onset they have to be there before the actors arrive and can't leave until the actors are done. Laney says the norm are fourteen or sixteen hour days, and she has worked for twenty four hour days in her career, but she's hopeful. Things will get better. There's so much time entailed in getting our disinfecting right before we even get to work and get to working on the actors that the film business is going to have to slow down I. Don't think it has a choice anymore, and I, think it will be beneficial for all of us. Laney's work requires her to be on set but people like Editors Zach? Arnold. Well, they can do a lot of their work from home. As long as their bosses sign off, just had the conversation this week with an assistant editor who was told that in order for them to be able to keep their job, they have to work in the office and they have to go into a screening room with ten or fifteen directors and producer. They can take notes because that's just the way that it is in its quote unquote impossible to. Work from home we've now learned that's not the case and people are just making these excuses number one because they don't want to put in the effort or number two because they don't Wanna spend the money but guess what disruption is uncomfortable, it is painful but this is the point where we're going to have to fix these issues because you can't just say to somebody sorry informed the standards or we're. Going to hire somebody else while it might have been possible in the past for the people doing the hiring to point to a pile of resumes and say, if you don't do this job, someone else will arnold says that's changing. Now there's nobody on that stack because nobody's willing to go in under these circumstances and that is why I think Cova such an inflection point for post for Hollywood generals that. Before whenever we've thought about what are the consequences? Well, it's going to be really long days and I'm going to be really sleep deprived and something might happen. But what are the chances now we're literally talking about losing our lives if we do this wrong and I think that is the big change that we're seeing just emotionally the groundswell is people saying your entertainment is not worth me giving my life.
"twenty hours day" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"How do I say this word? You know you're always like, Oh, you know because they always had these strange words. And, Yeah Techno babble and So that one I auditioned for and I, got it and it was I can't remember who who the. Director was of it, but I worked with a lot of the cast. The main thing about that I remember is that I had no idea that in order to be that kind of alien the, you have to sit in the makeup chair for four hours. To, get it on and sometimes four and a half hours to get it off because they can't just rip it off. It will rip your face off. At because it's glued on your face and And it was a crazy week I, mean, we were working twenty hour days. I got no sleep. I had what they call forced calls every day where they had to pay me extra money because they did not give me a twelve hour time turnaround from when they finished when I needed to be there the next morning. And it was impossible to sleep because I had this huge head. So if I if I tried to lie down, you know it the head like if I tried to down I, couldn't sleep because of the head being too big. So it wouldn't. Fit on anything and it was just it was crazy. That was your first time wearing any. Measure for less. Yes. Yes. The second time I did a star Trek I was kind of it. So it wasn't as traumatic. The first time it was like on my God, and also because we had so many long hours. For the first? Star. Trek. I did the hours were just I've never been on a said that many hours and I think it's because it takes so long to get the makeup on. You know the crew might come at seven, but you gotta be there. For hours before that. So the the director that you're trying to think of that was cliff Bole, he directed council, it's He had said that was one of the toughest episodes in particular to direct and shoot for many reasons. just all the continuity issues that keep up with it. What do you ever about being directed by him and just having to deal with this crazy shoot schedule? Well, it was. It was mainly felt like he was, he was not a Nice Guy I. I felt like it was more like this whole logistical thing of how do we fit all these people in the scene and how do we know in this in this little tiny space? How do we fit all these people in the seen? A lot of it was just like you know, walk into your mark and stopping and then walk into your, and then it was just all this technical stuff. They were just constantly dealing with the whole time and it was really really long. Days and Jonathan frakes. He was he's a really nice guy and he was like always happy and always nice. Of course, he was aware enough prosthetics but But the interesting thing about star trek is I don't know I'm sure you know this. But if you are an alien on Star Trek that's great because that means you can do every star Trek New Star Trek. Any new show anything you can come back as an alien and you could keep coming back aliens. If they did five million star Trek shows, you could come back five million times as an alien. If. You show your face and you're not wearing prosthetics. You're never allowed to do another star trek ever. So they have, they have a rule, I guess because they feel like. They can't see who you are. If you're wearing the percents if you are not wearing the percents than maybe it's something about you know. It's not gonNA suspend disbelief because people are going to say, wait a minute. That was the person who is in this other thing plane commander. And now you know she's playing an officer whatever, and so they're really they're really strict about that. I'm sure there's some listeners out there. Let us know if there's been any exception to the rules of atop man, I can't think of any, but it's an interesting thing to note, and then I was going to be a regular on one of their shows, but I got a movie and the movie would not let me out. So I could not do it and I, don't remember what it was, but I was very upset by that. So it's unfortunate. Yeah. CHECK UNTOLD will return. Momentarily..
"twenty hours day" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"I am Tom loading it's angry out there and a lot of the anger is aimed at police there's a group that wants to make police officers feel better they're called we back blue they held a gathering at the capitol they're working six hour days sometimes twenty hour days between Colbert and the right this is the woman who organized it Melissa Roby they're tired they're worn out and they're not getting supported at all and they're just feeling awful I'm not to mention the the rise investigations that are happening nationwide with police officers the statue of Robert E. Lee in Richmond was the site of a big dustup police say some guys in pickup trucks got into it with protesters on bikes and one of the guys one of the trucks ran over one of the bikes fortunately nobody was on that bike but one guy did end up in jail the guy behind bars is a convicted felon and one of the trucks who was armed to the teeth felons are supposed to be collecting weapons or they go to jail when they get caught like that guy W. N. L. do th time is four oh three city of Alexandria may soon ban guns on city property city council is going to vote on it next week gun rights groups are miffed so they held a protest today support is going to remove a plaque from Maryland's capital that honors Confederate soldiers house speaker Adrian Jones renewed her push to give the plaque the heave ho Jones says the language of the plaque sympathizes with the confederacy this is the first weekend since March and most of Maryland where you can actually go out to dinner again you can actually go in and sit down at your favorite place to meet and maybe have a drink of your what if that place is still around there's lots of no rules at all Maryland governor Larry Hogan's executive order allows restaurants and much of Maryland to begin indoor dining at just fifty percent capacity same with outside dining the exceptions are prince George's county in Montgomery County they're gonna loosen things up next week most likely WMAL news time is four oh four I am Tom Looney and now here's your W. M. A. L. traffic and weather from the head deep carpet cleaning traffic center the southeast southwest freeway is trying to recover from demonstrations in the area right now we have area officials leading demonstrators throw the roadway right near third street tunnel and main street impacted both directions east and lastly I want to void the southeast southwest freeway if at all possible also over in Arlington we're trying to recover from a collision on three ninety five south bound this one on your right side will slow you down even having a break between probably seem quite willing to try to pass this incident and approaching king street around seven effects of five northbound also think enough to dress in the lazy part right near the southeast northwest freeway you'll be chances are coming into the fourteenth street bridge I'm here got written authorized ordered Exxon to W. and may also my seven four delightful evening headed our way as temperatures drop back in the low sixties downtown fifties to the west could be an isolated shower due out in the Shenandoah Valley same kind of situation tomorrow we'll have a very pleasant day temperatures in the seventies a tad cooler a stray shower our two can't be ruled out west of the city the downtown should be dry even that pattern going with below average temperatures for Monday from the from my seven weather center on ABC seven meteorologist right hander money you shouldn't be boring.
Harvesting tech shows up down on the farm as Brexit labor shortage looms
"As it turns is out that all jobs where a human touch is or has been irreplaceable fruit and Berry picking is a good example. Soft delicate fruits must be assessed zest for ripeness and then gently plucked without smashing them in a vice like grip but in Britain one looming effect of Brexit is a shortage of cheap human when labor and that spawned a new flurry of interest in robots. That can do the job. So you see that it's Reaching the stem and now the gripper cutter will cut the stem and grip the Strawberry Visha Mohana University of Essex Marketplace's. This is London bureau. Chief Stephen Bid went to see his robot in action. This is definitely very difficult. Territory for robotics These aren't repetitive. Movements in a highly structured environment as you would get in a car plant. The environment with fruit-growing is very unstructured. The robots gotta find the the fruit through a massive leaves so it needs stereoscopic cameras. David Three D. Image. It assesses the rightness of the fruit by measuring its wavelengths on the visible spectrum. It needs to deal with fruit of different shapes and sizes and machine learning going on here so it is pretty difficult to these robots. What's move with any sort of speed. I'm kind of imagining them. Shooting up and down these rows of fruit arms flinging grabbing berries filling baskets. Well they can do with that but They wouldn't be very effective they. They cannot pick as well as humans yet. They're getting there But they're they're picking more slowly than humans but they can work much longer so lacking speed they make up foreign stamina an average human raspberry picker picker can collect fifteen thousand berries in an eight hour day. The robot can harvest twenty five thousand in a twenty hour day so so slower but hard working robots also can pick at night which is not so easy for humans and that's better for the fruit because they they've been picked at low temperatures. Have they could be chilled more easily. How does the cost of these machines. Workout I'm guessing. They're expensive to buy but do they. Balance Out over their lifetime. Well this probably is the the major stumbling block in the path of this technology the Belgian company Tinian which is probably the most advanced of the European robot developers won't say exactly how much they cost which is never a good sign. They say the cost is comparable with the cost of human Picking but I've heard a lot of suggestions that One of these robots could cost as much as a hundred and thirty thousand dollars. It'd be very hefty price to pay. What Tinian says is that. They offer a complete package. They offer to rent out the equipment but one fruit grow that I spoke to said that he didn't expect Robots to become widespread in the UK or Europe until now the decade at least Stephen Beard in the UK on the robots revolutionizing farming now for some related links automation in farming doesn't just have to mean robots. Robot's there are other ways that tech continues to infiltrate agri-business here in the US. Drones can help with monitoring crops checking for hydration levels so that watering schedules can be adjusted dynamically. They can spray pesticides and autonomous tractors and harvesters could do the monotonous back and forth driving over miles of fields old. Forbes looks into this in detail and says that it's bringing the high-tech west coast and the rural rust belt together as farming tools become increasingly software independence. That old question of who actually owns them is cropping up again. Farmers have started hacking. Their tractors manufacturers like John. Deere basically lock them down around to stop what they would call an authorized repair work. The farmers the vice interview say when something breaks down. They can't get to a dealer and they don't necessarily want to pay for that. I'm Jackie Stewart. And that's marketplace tech.
"twenty hours day" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And he got the rest more importantly I I did get a little rest yes late night those game nights now tend to be about a twenty hour days for me so yes so I was able to get some rest and but Hey look at my wife to mostly cooking but I did mostly clean up after we were done we have to get it over so you know unlike you I wasn't outside burning all off well I don't know how much I was burning it off but certainly I did get as much sleep for obvious reasons but I want to get into this game tonight because the lightning feel like they played a very good game against the blues a couple nights ago and they're gonna have to continue that could play tonight's against the really good washing capital state you have a face in the two Stanley Cup Finals in back to back games it's it's not an easy task to get Carolina come and hear tamely tomorrow night and this is the this is an opportunity for for Tampa Bay to kind of raise their game they make kinda up and down on an elevator a little bit here during the season but I think the good news is that despite the setback on Wednesday I think they did play a good game you know it we we talked about the two goals of as Leslie let in yeah he probably wants them back into probably be the first guy to tell you that he needs to have those in the end up losing the game by one goal so maybe that hurts a little bit more when you can look at it that way but in in in the way the team this plane the way that they're kind of coming together the five on five place pretty good there defending this pretty good does a lot of the elements the coaching staff wants to see and when you score three goals they like their chances to win the game I just it happened when that one would you looking for tonight against the capitals team who let's face it I think this is turned into a pretty good robbery our last couple years aided by the playoff loss to the caps or their playoff run but thirteen that's big they're also physical there also talent that I mean they really do have a complete package like the lighting and a lot of ways that you could want in a tape they do have a goaltender Braden Holtby they have a lot to like and there's a reason why they've been a top team in this league for a long time you know what I'm Nick backs from this game today are there a tough opponent because they can they can out they cannot work if they cannot Scalia they cannot physical you they can our goal turns you there's a lot that they can do and you know this is not a building that has been kind to the lightning over the last number of years I really any of asking her for the most part so it's it's gonna be a difficult task you have to be ready for the physical game no I think that's Tampa Bay they have to be ready for a special with the addition of goodness you know Dave talked up onto a plot there we know we remember track of good is very well he's a very heavy hitter they get going halfway back today from the two game suspension that he had to serve he's got some physical almost to his game so be ready to play that physical game and then just you know keep keep defending well because the the caps can come out you can you make a case that not only is a Mexican the best goal scorer on the ice tonight but also the most impactful hitter because when he hit you you go flying he doesn't do as much if they don't have Tom Wilson I would agree with you because Tom Wilson can do that too wouldn't you know the thing that you have to appreciate about Tom Wilson even as a lightning fan is how he has curbed his game because he used to cross that line he stayed on a quite a bit but he would often cross it and wasn't sold the preseason last year where he was handed a twenty game suspension that he kind of got the message a little bit because he's an important player for the caps is good but he can hit and he will hit you hard but now he does it in a much more E. less reckless measure way measure that's a good way to put it you know to where he's not gonna cross a line but believe me when he hit you you are going to feel it news today for the lighting Steven Stamkos will return that's a big that's a big deal that is a very big deal Plano wing you know after this role is going to be the center on that I guess we'll call the second line even though you know John Cooper tells us not to not to not have the lines but we will call it that because it's a seven eleven format you know and you look you have two centers on that line now you know you got Sorel in in stand because if if he's on the wing so you can choose the right or left a soft I think that's big especially with stand Nkosi's it's dying is just take take over sixty percent AS face off this year that's big to have back and the weapon on the power play I mean that's the use the other resolve asking him and him of asking probably have the two best shots in the league from that power play circle so to get him back in the lineup after missing three games it's a big boost and I think playing with Charlene Clark has because you didn't want people down yeah they're both they're gonna be a shut down all I don't know I would think probably not but first rally I take another opportunity well I I think in this this case to talk about the shutdown lines a little bit I I think because you're on the road in the situation where you don't have control of the match ups I don't think Junker was gonna worry too much about the match ups because I don't they're comfortable with all three lines it on in the fourth line whoever's gonna get double shifted you know with that fragmented line there are so I don't think they gonna were too much about match ups in the situation I think they were probably like to trying get maybe Stamkos away from the rest of mine and maybe trying to trying to get to maybe points line matched up against and maybe make them play down in the other and get the the traffic and so that you can it's never hurts to have the the Russian rivalry sort of going there too so yeah I it's it's I think that's a comfort level that that the coaching staff has with with other lines right now they feel comfortable putting any amount against anybody not includes city PA cat Yanni Gordon pampering it is you know about that because we talk about one step because comes back you know not what they do and they all if they with yeah they sent court Carter back to see her again so Carter he's the only extra forward right now so the only carrion's well we'll see what the tomorrow our church on act is eligible to come back from his two game suspension tomorrow night so so if they go with seven again I will see it look at look even when the game the other night they played well with that again and I think it's long as you feel comfortable with it and you have the personnel right now you know we have this conversation a lot last year with a better built for level seven or two thousand six I think last year there better fit for twelve and six this year made maybe the eleven seven can be a little more beneficial gives you a chance to maybe get Luke channel line up if you if you want that physical part of the game to kind of be in there and then you know you're still not sure we're Carter he fits in whether he's going to be a regular or not in this kind of gives you a chance to maybe a win some games are average office of a chance to win some games with different one back wherever you go twelve and six they have been down a.
On Priorities & Optimal Thinking with Trish Tagle
"Hi everyone welcome to lead the podcast. Our guest today is Trish Tag Louis. And she's an established efficiency experts who who comes from a diverse background that spans a variety of industries including fashion and digital. She's on a mission to humanize the corporate experience gets. I'm really excited that you're here today. Trish thanks Liz. I'm excited to be on your show too. So what is the biggest challenge that leaders face at work. I would say okay that it would be not being on the same page about the direction of the company so sometimes one leader will think or one manageable. The thing that they're in business to make profit and then another manager with a Oh will were here to create innovation that that. Wow the world and they're more variations but you will find that stakeholders leaders of various departments in the same combat ABC conflicting acting values therefore conflicting desired outcomes. They don't even know this they can get into the same room and talk about a company performance and they still don't hear each other. They don't hear what they're saying and this difference in forgets resolved so I think that's the biggest challenge that lenders face. Yeah AH so. What is your number one tip for dealing with that challenge? I feel that it's more about the one tip that I can give all leaders In one organization so not just one leader is nowhere you want to go the medium business in that direction going back to the answer my first question without without understanding the real aims of your business you will find that a teams are confused as to what's expected of them and there's a lot of wasted time and effort because because they're being holed into let's say some sort of riptide of lack of clarity and purpose. Yeah and then people get demoralized right absolutely -olutely that is a huge problem when you're answering to one manager and they're like why are you taking so much time on this than the lie. Okay Lemme not take so much time and then another job a couple of them to say. I thought we were going to be doing this win. You know the clients expect it and like Okay so we'll do that. I mean I mean this happens so often business that I find it ridiculous. And that's why I say please. People director stakeholders leaders get on on the same page because this pushing poll that's happening to on different teams in on the people working under you direct reports. It's unfair. It's just unfair. So what is a concept book talk. That's been impactful for you K.. So there's there's GonNa be a little bit of self promotion actually the concept of how I believe. Businesses should be run and I'm writing a book on this. It's called optimal Kimmel thinking and at its core optima banking is a way of considering all possibilities and all of the parties involved in the undertaking so before moving forward with any initiative. How will this impact the client? How will this impact our company people so thinking of only one mm or the other may work a while but in inevitably issues will start to crop? It's a way of thinking about the whole company and not just one one piece of it. What should I've asked you that? I didn't maybe what is the same that a base my work on and that is never ask for more that you can I practice this all throughout my corporate life and obviously even in my business when I'm working with my clients I still try and keep that in mind and I believe that leaders in any industry needs to always be on the lookout for how they can improve the environment in which their teams were thereby improving the outcome for the client. which in the long run improves? The end result for the business whole again as you notice I'm talking about everything as a whole that's really where my my mindset is. Yeah there's a lot of folks that will get in different departments right and get really silo. One thing works at another thing doesn't and it gets Kinda funky right. Yeah absolutely and that's for me as you go up I mean either. They're not many people that I know that. Have assumed zoomed director position without having come through the ranks so that being the case. What is it that you did not like doing when you were in the day to day EH? And how can you change that. How can you tweet that? Or how can you eliminate that altogether so that the people that are doing the work now don't have to go through what. Oh you did and then again. You're building morale you're building efficiency which inevitably leads to profit and who doesn't walk that. Yeah I think that I a hear people say well I did it right. It's sort of bad sorta that example of like when you're a senior in high school and you're mean to the freshman and more like well the thing is it's an it feels like that plays out at work as well right. The people are like I did that so everyone should have to do it as well. And what you're saying thing is like what are we didn't. Yeah no I'm I'm the opposite I mean don't get me wrong okay. When you're junior there are dues to be paid? You have have to learn the job and it isn't always fun but there are always things that are not necessary. And you don't have to do that. If you said my background's fashion in digital there will be days that you have to work long hours and that goes for every by why and the S. may be higher up the ranks. You will work twenty hour days anymore or maybe you will depend on how inefficient your company is but the goal is really a said to create an environment that is improved from your experience. Do you have a free resource support us. There's all the words we got it. Tell me about it okay so I do have a document that will help. Sort out your business priorities in a very very simple fashion and it will help. Stop the Oprah while so that is something that I can offer to your audience. Great thank you Trish Mantar interview. Thank you so much thank you. I loved being I'm here.
"twenty hours day" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This for a dinner and got over a hundred people showed up and I was thinking fifteen right I moved into the bakery and just kept growing and growing and growing so if a hundred people to last year fifteen hundred soda while you're talking to can I compare from a muddy pies cheese cake you're raising funds are not funds can they don't have money to or is it just twice I'm yeah but they come in without a toy or I'm without pet food they can donate ten dollars to get in for free or whatever amount they want and that goes to stop and perspectives of both of St Louis park they both do great work also people and pets together can carriers work that's for the pet food goes okay so why is this personally important to you to gather toys for people in need I'm a father took me to third world countries growing up I went to eighty one countries are far as fourteen I saw a lot of death and starvation and different things and I when I start my own business I felt like I want to do something to give back so that's how we started muddy paws I'm a disco veterinary and I started a bakery I started cooking aids for McCarron's restaurants he and I know lots about the restaurant world and thought I'd get away far from it and went to school for nursing guess what I'm right that I guess what it's sexy back in let's see right in a twenty hour days seem like nothing is it's a lot of fun but yeah we started with the mission to help children and animals we talk a lot about mission based business says and that's kind of a thing now where you know like if you buy something they give back what's interesting about that though it's like there's a lot of businesses like yourself that you've been doing this just because that's who you are all the time we don't call you a mission based business right every year you've been gathering these toys and it's been getting bigger and bigger and bigger than the need seems like it's getting bigger and bigger isn't it it is the needs are getting bigger and I'm so glad these organizations that do so much to help their their angels in our community and I'm just doing my part in all the people that come to the Congress on these what they bring some of these people bring seven toys and a bag to die for their amazing right now right yeah you're having earlier this year because I've had been hit by snow every single year for twenty seven years I've done it is been a journey to get to your you know your thing right exactly in its yeah and so and yes I'm like not by moving in a week earlier and then the double tree has been amazing they gave us the whole space the whole banquet space I mean just there there really angels to am for two full days two days you're not at first hello we're talking about that if you mean if you eve always been like I can make it that day well guess what you have no excuses no excuses none yeah or talking to Tammy Cabrera from any pas cheese cake about the cheese cake sampling talk about your cheese cakes because what can I talk about it you can leave his life that they were in my daughter's wedding cake yeah my daughter and I get any do they got married last week or two weekends ago yeah and that we I mean basically Jake to stood at the table with like a fork and was like basically just eating all the two six and then there is maybe like like there's like a certain you know we cobbled the pieces together and they had to come home with me because the happy couple was going out to Mexico so really they ended up at my house and so I was just saying I just finished eating your cheese cakes I love it I mean like in time yeah like there's a little bit I'm like you some Butterfinger one for me today in the little key lime pie you know what I mean all of them so yeah with a huge head over heels they were so fun to work with I mean it's great but it's that's the thing is like you think about you again like with thanksgiving we're we're all talking about ties organ talk about ties your next segment but the idea of there being something I don't know you guys different different yeah about it like I might not have a cheese cake instead of a pumpkin pie pumpkin cheesecake with a ginger snap crust yeah have that yep what are some of your like holidays sellers well I'm candy came believe it or not the candy and the can can crash it melts into the cheese cake batter it's just a perfect combination and this can is meant with eight kinds of pumpkin cheesecake with sweet potatoes his cake any kinds of pump can we do something what like the public dump of okay seriously yeah but honestly a lot of people want a classic New York cheese cake yeah because they're getting all kinds of other desserts coming in like pumpkin pie and classic since they have an alternative something straight straight up passing and sounds good on New York cheesecake tends to be actually the most popular thing during the holidays because people want something different than what they're happening right right bill handle the the other stuff there are some things and then you just come in with the classic exactly I think it frees if they want to make it fresh but they can freeze it from day weeks is like being taken the blood as they want their business or whatever yeah so it's that muddy paws cheese cake dot com where people can order I'm assuming you have the order form there and then two people pick them up if they can pick up or you can just walk into the bakery were open every day tended to Monday through Saturday and I can just walk in or else they can order had they want something specific they should order I had to do run out over the holidays and give us about four days notice but that said we have twenty two there is a day for a walk and we have to earn twenty two choices of for all slouching a little dizzy and let me just put out if you're worried about like not knowing what to pick that Butterfinger to tell you I was a little shocked too because they give to try this I was like I'm not a big Butterfinger fan holy buckets I was all about I eat like for those like yesterday what's here like weird S. cheese cake T. thank we've got a lot of weird when you think I think that the all those peanut butter banana to me is weird it's not my favorite combination of the real love that one or two different jelly cheese cake is kind of this young people really love that one green teaches kicks a little different yeah that sounds like a sack Butterfinger oreo which I think's weird but they love it so there's a something for everybody in the tea is gay world I like coffee toffee caramel crunch who died the coffee room arm across Chiana honest Alicia right now Hey let's talk a little bit of the toys you want people to bring because I know that what that's like we did we talk about like that because they are you aiming a specific age bracket I know people in their shopping for toys they like to think well what do you want me to bring yeah well we're five to seventeen is age bracket typically the older kids do get maybe not as many donations brought in so I always try to stress that do not forget them on the gloves hats things was sports of like flowing teams in thing means yeah and things are go a really popular with them you can bring a gift card and they can pick out what with that's a great idea and so that's always a good thing but it's five to seventeen and India they and then toys go to stop and perspectives of Saint Louis park Tammy thank you for coming and it is muddy paws cheese cake it is the toy and pet food shelf drive November twenty first and twenty second double tree hotel eleven to eight and where's your bakery because you're so close part two right we are we move last year in Saint Louis park right by the new black restaurant behind park Aaron and Gorham Avenue okay the park talent happened a little street that's right you lives up the black and she's like I walk down there like ten times but implies cheese cake dot com you can order online or stop in for any of the twenty two flavors and eat some of the weird ones but yeah thanks for being here thanks for having me we'll be right back on behalf of alive and Kickin the group of rock and senior spending their golden years singing and dancing and.
"twenty hours day" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast
"Invest in knowledge and make the in use your time wisely as long to <hes> to learn and grow man yeah. You know you said something about time there that i think oftentimes people start businesses when they're struggling struggling. It's like well. I'll just work more and because there is twenty four hours so now i can work sixteen eighteen hours and just read something so i'm a huge elon musk fan. I mean there's there's a lot of things not to like about him <hes> but <hes> but i'm a huge fan and he is unreliable right but the one of his greatest downfalls i mean it's been one one of his own. Greatest gifts is he talks about like out working. People not just in the quality of work but also in the capacity of work and you know he's talking about working. You know sixteen eighteen twenty hour days the only sleep four hours and i just feel like people hearing that mentality is such a poor introduction to the world of business because there's no way ninety nine point nine percent of the world can can sustain that for any period of time and there's no balance left anywhere else and so as much as time as important and we all have only so much of it. It's not like so use every single minute of it to work your ass into the ground. It's like you've gotta do something thing dick maintain some sort of balance because if it's nothing but all business all the time you will destroy ourself. Thank you thank you for saying i like. I literally was thinking about that in a shower this morning because like i'm gonna be sure i'm going to be real with you right now man. We're we're going to give vulnerable here <hes> yeah i've had that mentality kay jordan's like i have. I can outworked everybody. Mentality always been that way and that's it. Yes has led to success but fast for a decade yeah. I preach oh you gotta find balanced. Blah blah blah blah blah but when you're so vested in your so in this mindset of working all day every day to prove something to to outworked everybody even when you're with your family even when you're not working you're not there. You're still working working in your head. You're still you're still thinking about your busy but but i think though the reality of it is you gotta be efficient and you've got to have that balance i believe in the triangle of mind in body and spirit and if you can't if you can't figure out a way you gotta kind of look at it like a sliding scale and give yourself honest evaluation of you know. Are you mentally in a good place where you're working efficiently. Are you learning. Are you investing in yourself and gaining more knowledge. K. is your is your is your..
"twenty hours day" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Now back to the show. Hey, guys. Welcome back to the business happy. I hope you guys are having a great a Wednesday here today or Sunday morning. If you're listening to us on nine seventy it's been a great show. So far, we have the co founder of sense alive. SEM S E A L I F E cents a life dot com. That's where you guys can check this product out and even buy it. Now, that's the exciting part about this product. It's fatty fatty Shama on the show. And we were we were talking during the break about you know, what would he had done? You know, if you didn't get that little break is a good or bad to get the brakes. I'm gonna start the show. We never do this start at the fourth segment. I'm sorry with the business tip of the week. And I'm gonna let Fati give the business because I think we're gonna we're gonna build off of this. What what advice would you give to listeners if they're in a position of thinking about doing something like you've done to be honest with you? I don't want to sound cliche. But it is about hard work and believing in your idea, and when you do believe in you figure out idea that you think is realistic, and you want to pursue you have to jump both feet, and I gave up my pharmacist job for two years to pursue this. So that cost me my salary for two years. It was a hardship on the family. I'm sure, but we did do it to pursue it because we believed in it. And you know, you can't do something like this where you take it from the beginning stages till the end if you don't do it fulltime, and I will kid you're not when I say I spent eighteen to twenty hour days from morning till night messaging people to we got that I break or two we made the first news story. And it wasn't like I told you it's an MBA education to learn how to do this from scratch, whether it's the marketing whether it's the outreach whether it's to engineering the patents. This is stuff that you may not learn. In these books, and it's been a very educational story. But at the same time, there was a rollercoaster one day. Everybody wants to talk to you the next nobody wants to hear from you. So you have to be believing in your product and never give up. I mean, it's as simple, but I just never gave up. No matter all the naysayers all the doubters, and this is not needed. Oh, it's not gonna do this. Somebody's gonna copy you this that it never faltered any of us. Our team is very strong. It's been the three of us from day one, and we are debt free. You know, we have done taking no loans out. We've bootstrapped it. But here we are. And we've saved ourselves millions of dollars by doing it this way and being patient, but we all believe in this product. And we know we will change child safety in vehicles for the future globally. Yeah. Well, I agree with him. One hundred percent. It's pretty cool that you're you're gonna save thousands of lives. That's really amazing thing as a father of two I can't imagine. When one of these children loses Gardner. I was in lifesavers and North Carolina just a year ago, and I had the opportunity to hold the, you know, the hands of these parents that have lost kids, and I can tell all the people that say out there that it's on purpose. I can I tell you. It was not on purpose. These people's lives are changed forever. Other ruin and I can't imagine being in their shoes. And I don't want to imagine it. That's why like I said if we can save one life or even an injury, we've succeeded. There's the injury. We definitely applaud you. You know, you nasty it's paid off. And I mean, I think it's a it's a great lesson for all aspiring entrepreneurs out there.
"twenty hours day" Discussed on Talk Nerdy
"Liwa? Going how what kind do? Oh, how can I even a tiny bit? How loose loosen the ties of polarization way can. The things that make pseudoscience so attractive. I feel hopeless about it at times when I look at good. Ultra websites on so forth. Ken lawf-, Chris. Some. Engaged with that rubbish. What? I am a great fan of tweets some time onto. I watch listen to what's going on around pseudoscience. And that worries me profound flight. Times makes me feel hopeless in my doc is our feel like what I do is a waste of time. Very onus. I have my wide to both our king sometimes twenty hours a day from months sounds like an exaggeration. But the people who will tell you is null. Get obsessed about trying to communicate on my darkest moments ago is anybody his thing, really. Defense anywhere. Changing anything is is a little can I even begin to compete with rates in power something. So that's my that's my Davis doc cordless stuff in the middle of the night. Understood. I mean, especially when you know like you said working these inner twenty hour days, and dedicating basically your life to to deconstructing a problem and making sure that you are presenting it in a fair way in an evidence based way nuanced way when somebody can just rattle off a blog post that unfortunately doesn't play by the same rules. That's the frustrating thing. It's like when there are no rules, and they can just write a blog post about a Jade egg in your vagina, and they don't have to research anything and just say it like it is. And yet you see that. There are people who believe it. And who really, you know, follow it kind of. Unflinchingly obviously, it's frustrating. It's so frustrating because it's like if we had a level playing field, but we don't. Beyond the frustrating. It's deeply frightening. Guess what? I'm actually flagging. Everything's studying. But the actual FIA that we are going backwards is paganism that's rise in. That is a closing of the mind of closing of the foundry is between PayPal. Sorry. Ability of abound has been the inability to bridge that too. Becoming tribal. That I laugh at that makes me pot of a tribe. I'm trying to communicate to that community Kant lawful. And to be honest. I have no time to laugh at anybody. I just y. And I refuse in my work to be flippant. Derek Muller ahead, some differences of opinion with vitamin yet. Because hey, really wanted to poke fun at things more on. An hey wanted to really be kind of unfair enough. He has a different approach. But I had to say note Jim ick journey armone with the films on creating and the euro with me because you're part of this is to cost the divide, and if we just make people feel stupid from the get-go. Across the divide unless he said, I get it. And at times he struggled with the Phil allowed more cross Stilo than he felt comfortable with now that something came about. But, but it came from this very deep commitment than I've got is my jaw for better or worse is to try and help cross divide any small way. I can because it keeps me awake. Yeah. Absolutely. And of course, this drives their work in many ways. But, but obviously there is a flip side to that as well..
"twenty hours day" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"Every single day of our lives like I have four kids, and we you know, we just try to like make the best of every single day. And I mean, you never know what's gonna happen. The next day, whatever, you know, so with that's just kind of our motto the whole family, and it's funny. We took like this three week trip across the country went like eighty five hundred miles or something like that in an RV. And then we got back and some stuff going on at and all kinds of projects keep filling up I have to work so much like that, you know. I'm don't have time for these projects and take seven and a half hours for me to mow my lawn, and it's like this I leave for three days now gonna mow my damn lot again. And and it starts starts to take time away from my kids, you know. And you know, I'm not it's not like, I'm superwealthy, dude or something I can't just hire people to do all my shit. So I end up doing all the stuff that these other projects are building up on me. And basically, I decided, you know, my wife actually called me out. It was like man, I can tell you kinda bomb what's going on. And I was just like, you know, and I started explaining to her. I'm like, I'm just I'm willing to take the time with the kids. I'm never going to get that back. What's the most valuable thing that every human being has been life your time? And I will never get my kids time back if I'm just like doing other shit all the time. So I really like, you know, kinda like put my foot down start shutting that workday off and stealing stuff with my kids, and and whatnot it's hard sometimes because there's deadlines you have to work at twenty hour days here there, it sucks, but you know, what I'm on the road a little bit here and there too, but I really try to put a lot into my kids. And then as telling my wife all this. She's like these times that is wish we had an RV. And we just said fuck it, you know, and just got outta here. I don't mind how serious about that. And she's like, I'm not tired to this house. He cares. So I couldn't sleep that entire. Tonight. I did all the research, and I'm like, here's our three options. And she's like, I don't care. Let's do it. So we're gonna sell our house and get an RV and the stack trailer and we're going to travel next two and a half years. That'll be why not you know. I tell you what your kids are going to have more experience than they're going to be able to the stories are going to get the next couple of years doing that. Like do that's going to be talking about that for the rest of their lives? You know? Exactly, you know. And it's funny because like everybody said the same shit to us, you know, and we had like out of that three week trip. We went on we like and covered that amount of ground and stuff we put we thought about like, what was the worst thing to happen on that trip? What are the positives and negatives, you know, and I'm like, I got one it sucks. And everybody's like what? And I'm like, I we didn't stay anywhere long enough. You know, like is that the worst thing that happened on the trip? Yeah. Because like whatever I've done the ship. My whole life though, I've been on the road my entire life. So it's nothing new to me. I just like we're on that trip. I showed through my eyes..
"twenty hours day" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"Right to get it before we start with the next thing. So you kind of learn things along the way of of what's what and you find, you know, again, not to get stuck on that cost. But I saw things in there that. Things were subjective. What's go-? What's a no-go? Is it not the class was taught? Like this this how they should execute. It. My thing would be well. You had six months again certified to teach. This course that guy got the class at twenty two hundred at night, and he's been up the whole I don't think he retained that much for you to expect his warning order to be like yours his bay planning to be like yours. You know, you gotta take it to. Did. He meet does he have the five ws does e you know, his actions on that detailed is, you know, good enough for the next guy to take it. You know? That's yeah. So that that was that was challenging that was one of the things I did. Now what I did like to do was they had a day down there as an instructor was. Before they started to the greater patrols they'd have one day that they did a cadre lead patrol. And so you'd go out there. They are. I would do his warning order board. He would do his op order he would do. And then you'd get the squad. And you would take them as you were the squad leader for them, and he would take them through. And you could you know, explain to them. So your instructor vineyard a squad leader, then your instructors. So you go through there. And that's that's about a twenty hour day. That's a long day. But. I the ones that are our first Arjun that selected to do that you would find that. It's set those student grades up. It. I mean, it was it was a better success. Yeah. Yeah. So I think that's what the on major was getting at is. You know, you're still there teaching you're stealing. You're that way. If they leave the course, and they didn't graduate. They still are taking something away from ranger school, knowledge wise. Yeah. Do you think that was a change within the instruction? Then after you've been there for a little while or do you think that was just because of the command and the cultural change that caused that to happen? Well, I think everything is driven by the chain of command. I mean, you've got the ones that wanna make things better. And you've got some that have to change something because I can't do what the last guy did. So I think it the chain of command definitely had a big play of that. Yeah. Now you end up making seven while. They're yes. So it wasn't too long after this. Then that you decided, okay. I'm getting my ten year. I've got to make a decision here. I'm going to go see s gonna stay enlisted. I take it. Right. That's that was. Yeah, now, and that was a tough decision that guy I bonded on that for for for a long time. Yeah. Well, I bet you did like anybody would especially you comes up through being enlisted soldier. But at the end of the day. I mean, we both. I went the enlisted route retired. You went the officer route retired. There's a big difference in paycheck in terms of our retirement. Well, that's true. But one of the things that I looked at was I'm looking at this Lieutenant and I'm looking at this captain. They're not any different than me. In matter of fact, I think I'm I can do a better job than they're doing. Well, you think about it most of those lieutenants and captains have only been in the army less than six years. And so yeah, absolutely. If you're an east six or any seven with nineteen years on active duty, not only have you experienced a whole lot more in terms of longevity and stuff like that..