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"walford" Discussed on The TalkCast

The TalkCast

04:13 min | 10 months ago

"walford" Discussed on The TalkCast

"We went to To tour the school together when his darling our next goal year and we did everything together. Everything was perfect between her. We we got along so well. I don't know. I don't know i don't wanna know how it went down. Like i don't know how this went downhill. I just i think our manga image wayne like a thought that you were cheating on me. When i was wrong because she said her mom like explain it to me that he was gonna be sleeping in the same bed but in the same room as she all. She told me whether she using sleep in the same room as her so like once. He said that. I had like all these red flags. Come up in my head Hours i was seeing all this stuff. And when i when i when i think about it a lot i tend to have visions of like if if i like for for for example for for this interview i i think you show up for his interview. I have about it all day. Machine gun show on the law Habit four win or someone didn't show up for the interview. I waited way. They didn't show up. So i was thinking that i'm thinking about way too months as she she can show up. So i think they'll as visions answer with Former that i. I didn't see nothing going wrong with us. I saw as you know having a really good relationship and us all. May mike gay marriage to her. You know like hi. I warned charisma. Live with her. And like how we how we Have we got. We got like together like in public like however by was still like watching us. But it's like night. She didn't care about that she didn't care about that. Like wet. Like when we when we met it was like Love at first sight. I could you not because my teacher want me to go to the office to give her a tour of the school. Sounds like okay. So i went to office and right open the door i there late her bills in my head right like the volume other like completely like silence was bells my head when i saw her i was like oh my gosh. What the heck is happening to me. But i was like like like you know. I guess i was like Experiencing love for the first time. When i saw her i guess she too because she said my the only reason why she went to school was because meet using death. School children go to a different school or a mom that she wanted to go to dascomb because a mate her. Yeah and so i saw like i. I came home and i At daughter on. I found on facebook and we started talking and we talked for like two months than we started eating than we did for eight months after that wrong as clark funny because what we tend to do is read. Relationships com godiva is usually by the closure on things. Bo sunny other thing is is fair that we weren't able to find anything better. Yes now walter. Is we then focused in rimini on the pulsed a mortgage. Don's we will be psychic for. This does is it can curl saints depression so when we look a few shots. Okay what is it that will end big on this shift of healing coming back to san okay wall..

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"walford" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

04:02 min | 10 months ago

"walford" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

"Is suzie walford. She is the general manager for managing personal injury claims for government and private employers. She's been in the industry for thirty odd years. And i met her about twenty years ago when you're both fresh and new to the world of business and she was looking for leadership support and i was looking for coaching clients and became together. And we've been fast friends ever. Since i have long admired her as leader i loved her passion and enthusiasm for her team. Members the care and compassion. She had for other humans and her deep humility. And how she was always keen to lean in and learn more about leadership in better service to others. so i'm so delighted to have her on the call and to expose her talents and skills in wonderfulness for everyone to listen so make sure you tune in and listen to all the great secrets and lessons. She's learned over her career. And how on with the show. Suzy walford. i am so excited to have you on the show. Welcome and keith love. You call me. Missile makes me feel twenty years younger. That's for sure. Way us young when i first met ye. That's right. it was like you blink and all of a sudden you say twenty years ago thirty years ago and actually. I think that's a really good place to start is twenty years ago. Paint us a picture. What were you doing. Where were you working. What were your concerns and issues as the leader back then i was running a claim to fame eddings insurance company and really just winging it in every way so every day adrian was going everyday arrays on just trying to do my best in going the united dating myself Approach something differently. What did you find the hardest part back then. Amisi armenian every day and all the journal would have been hard. Where do you think you were making it up the most just in the presence. I think that i i've always had a really strong instinct around. His injury inhabit many. Climb in how to people navigate being unwilling getting back to life. I think the people later she pace you not really trained for. And i definitely didn't have any of that investment in to me back. Then which is why. I started talking to you i think just to try to get some tools and And some confidence in how to approach it and had to just snuck damage people. How do not damage people. That's a good low bar start with leadership. I mean yeah. I think. I had experienced a number latest where i just saw on. People just started to fly to people riding taints just to even grading hint is a later in it for it to come across in a way that i'm sure i didn't intend to and so i was. He got really hypersensitive to not by learning from the isolate designed. I'd had so you you felt like you've been damaged and he didn't want to do that to anybody else necessarily not necessarily may damage differently. Saw a definitely so people who didn't have ladyship experiences well that training will or direction often insurance industry paper who had strong technical skills would just wanting to later. She runs so there wasn't a path for people to take on people. Eighty she been. I think it's really different math. Thank goodness but a nice is if you had if you could you a lotta stuff in good rate legislation. I basically just sit and you also have to late people which didn't always Yeah yeah that's absolutely right and it's common another industries as well so you get technical expertise. People assume can then step into management. It's a whole new set of skills for sure. So what were your some of your early wins like like. Yeah i think i nailed this leadership stuff like do you remember when he felt like who. I've got this one. Think i nine code..

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"walford" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

02:04 min | 10 months ago

"walford" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

"Welcome to the zoe route leadership. Podcast where wind shear all things people style in leadership learn from leaders who have done the hard yards and learn from experience here from expert authors about the latest insights from culture to strategy and missy. People dynamics get tips and insights from multiple award winning author and leadership. Expert herself zoe routh now on with. The shard hates zoe. My question for you today is this. Do you have a.

"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"Element of when we're enjoying something so good like come on. Come and enjoy. The mate thing is is with relationships and this is where it becomes really important is is too low the In this present violent because ultimately find way make them couples tend to find they fall in love with potential On the detention of the relationship on all of a sudden one many issues in terms of arguments and disagreements in relationships is been much expectation to the papa issues. And.

"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"Because we've done the hard work we want somebody that has already done it but how do we. How do we find those people. I think the important part is some sunny where you'll keep full citing set on. She's gone through that thing able tales be able to be in place we crashing joy that relationship because otherwise if you suddenly have this law volume Help the relationship long away from it might be. You can end up this house. All she patents trae All you know seeing that being truthful seeing the being a nice seeing that someone who's actually online wait year you're she'd been able to see the truth in the us not. Why really love about this book because it. It's not about the united manipulating orange. One safe now seeing Do they all a make. An informed decision of sang a kylie. Yes is buzzing. She work really while with me. So the Fold up is around compatibility now the mice important they around. This isn't laying understanding who you are compatible with. Because some people go out and they do this like russian roulette version version of dieting like. Akm's can put myself out there Types in trust and just Someone aligned with nay oh eighteen what like that. it doesn't work in. i think kabbadi predators just guy cable. Wait them to count may element that so is having that clarity of she you remind me type people for a compatibility might trick so we've identified. Bribery such six elements Because this is the equivalent a candidate candidates. Take a college jenny. I wanna make sure that. I'm putting the right postcode in the In the us in the in the sun now to make sure that the going in the right direction not several goals. I wanna make sure the car that reminding is something that's aligned with by us. Let the lifestyle. I wanna make sure the music that will listen together is also something that we bugs enjoy so at the beliefs and values the rules that we buy in place within our lives. So we're able to enjoy that. Call jimmy together so this kinda just changes the dynamic of how a a relationship. Cannot she together in a way that it can last have longed term. Those is a lot she put in different zip cards way. Listen to different music and we don't like the transport that we've got selves that so many issues finding that alignment Nice nice eight bowl and i. She said she worked with my clients tons of beijing. Dicing bob based on that compatibility matrix because a one-size-fits-all approach is nobody well. And you know. I might turn onto one pesticide yet You'll barrow flashy dicing online or you'll you're off. Enticing organically if you go to these briefs ulama life find song here is aligned with so it's really guy in indepth arc sets of understanding is compatible. Walls can be really important in their relationship and how they can go ahead. Use out to meet the With team that the car radio. So what did that just them engaging with their own identity in kind of testing it. And 'cause we i would say we all have these kinds of social mass that we would wear whether it's at our profession when it's dating whether it's intimate or just are real cells but one we're trying to figure out ways to slowly take off each mass to we start to show a real self. Would've that's them trying to meet. Will i tried this guy. Because he had these these traits that i thought i wanted but i really don't so now i'm on the complete opposite and i'm engaging with this person to see if whether or not i can be by so that this is why it's important to the work in the very beginning when it comes to healing Finding your alignment with yourself. So we ashley do a step within the park. Grounds wage retool cabal life sharing. And that's very much around. You're creating this line that you skill so aligned with the youth committed to where you are able to enjoy that with someone else now. It's not to say that that vision wind change because we going to a healthy relationship by healthy. For a reason we actually interact with each other in a way that we grow together witches In unhealthy relationships we stack night and we do not wrote the of southern so in relationship we actually learned. Syria instruction the way that we challenge each of us believes is different than perspectives. We can actually grow together as up. Sorry this that element. That's really important of see within the relationships Olsen comes off feeling happy because when we think about the things that we actually need in to be happy within ourselves. United personal greg. That knowing the amazing folded in any directorship is so important to us. I'm trying to get our partners to do that if they're not in a same direction whatever we're ready with somebody and we have this understanding mentality but our partner doesn't how do we get them to want to not be stagnant. Because you're you're either degrading or improven. But how do you get them to want to improve. How do we get them now. 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"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"They Because his science experiment you know saying i k- like his pen Two years at upon being able to use his while unexplainable say the top all. I need to learn how to run with it. So the way Learn how to use something black. Interacting with enfranchising to things says usually around the teenage years. They had salinas. I different don't adopt semi darn interact site. So they're looking at ways to to be able to play with them to say if you've ever watched analysis into someone say a victim's story for someone they lean in almost Trae like okay. How can i use disinformation. And it is the way that they actually you learn how to control and unlearn play with people people's behaviors account nelson So yeah that's interesting. Have you ever experienced or been in contact with a narcissist with good intention rather than negative intentions thing. It psych. I think as warm nine the Therapy to be able to learn to be. That's on which is which is quite interesting because you think about In tons of what drives us is our emotions our emotions. The key thing that ryan says that actually influences asked to do something so for example even down to the types of Things that we buy toothpaste the reason we bind. Toothpaste is because we won't have fresh breath. Otherwise we're gonna fail Steal what the emotion confident monogamous. Feel like we want to project or talk near anyone on hug anyone or anything that we feel like before. Gross we feel like we're gonna be Disapprove of four. Jack ted or and All so that's the level of emotions that irrationally creating our experience ends at likewise Emotionally xp able to have fresh breath. We've got more confidence. You wanna connect to people you feel more comfortable with new south feel good. You've got to be approved off so it's always different emotions that on driving you to do if you wanna take. You have that level level of empathy. You're not going to be connected to the emotional sign. So what's going to be the benefit eventually. Having that empathy. With low the suddenness nine real benefit can having mean that you'd have to think about someone else's rights in someone else's emotions thus is you are needs sira maya openness by cable romy look was gonna among to buy some won't be able to better up Situations is going to be in a frontal system. Take your it's going to be controlled is gonna to be status is gonna be there of being gun seeing someone who's role will rubbish however might be. That's the way that we would she to not analysis not in of someone to be Be better for someone else is going to be something. That's driving behind them to to scan them into being better. What if there's a possibility that maybe they're motivated the narcissists to actually understand the very thing they don't get which is a motion They'd have to be. That's a gain underneath that for them to be able to to get something out of that so whether it's to use it for the Better what had been not to be singled out per se. 'cause i'm looking at it. As if i was his type of person i would feel like unexposed. I'm naked in the world and everybody can see it. So the very thing that i would be stressing about every day is to learn how to blend in not to not to manipulate. I'm sure that the tax the tactics that gained in the process might be utilized to influence or persue in of course their position power at their profession or at their home life when they are trying to instill establish something good or to share something. Good that would help somebody in the long run but i just think that kind of that lands can put a different angle on the possibility of something much more than with really being seen ya if if you think about i love love that tight i think if you if you stretch talbot other you have the two different types of nelson. She calls on his claudette Analysis tends to be a little bit more behind the scenes. They tend to be more like pam at the the big. They love to be able to be baked him like. Oh i'm not good that you are absolutely amazing at this. Then looking for that reassurance. Sola time while the new ice Non-citizens to be able to lie to be doled like leo arms just weighed Iron trough of famous by trump last week. Whatever that night and trying to do something to be able to prove that status improve that how saddam feeling of being united site is suddenly heeled Looked off that underneath this this vision of of the status of halif troll someone that you should look up to you know. There's a secret thing. She wanted to stand out all to get that. Reassurance that there's someone who's powerful in control has spray status all the cavanaugh says someone who's Softer his unit continent. Attache tend to low to be able to be victim role where they have gotten on. You really Widgets such a great job with that look Reassurance inciting different wise. That's an interesting take on spores with the is it. Is it echoing test as weird. I was like picking up some mike. Yeah anything weird. I think it's picking up for my headset. I dunno might be up a little higher than normal. I lost what i'll say. shoot so with. Having this knowledge we can single women and men. Of course everybody to go out to the dating world and we can look for not necessarily narcissist. Because we don't know for sure clinically at. That's the root reason because of that as of yet but to arm people to get out there and to have competence in themselves again. Of course once you have this knowledge it does not instill confidence but that comes with understanding your past and being okay with who you are but once you've done that you have this knowledge in you can look and see who is being real in authentic versus someone who's not because that's what we really want. Is we want somebody that we can connect with. That has already been done pass. And it's not with them on the present.

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"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"On at this gonna work. But it's really interesting with my research. Yes it comes down to our social upbringing that that are experiencing whether we experienced trial and error or to some sort of trauma plays an impact in our day and a lot of us still either are running permit or chosen not to address it but that is the root of how we handle ourselves and i believe that we need to look look at that i and understand why did it happen and come to a neutral perspective and that will allow us to become vulnerable and start displaying authenticity. I think people assume that Do with traumas lot to the level of conditioning. He has child. 'cause every behavior has a positive negative intent will means is every behavior that we display has something that we're working towards in terms of feeling good in something that will move the white from and it's time we did. This level of conditioning is as she what we get told from parents. So from we do things. We have the voice without parents as a level of programming. The way that we should actually act react to end by a role within the wild. And i'll see that has a huge impact on Yes no i agree. And i can doubly caveat that with being in the military they program my mind to that just to experience that a jenex shift automatically when they need me to just execute orders like it's autumn. It's crazy how that happens to this day. I believe if somebody were to yell at ease. I would just spring up into position of attention or something are at an e. so yeah but No that's really interesting with relationships. How can we or people who are dating and wants to be in. Relationship is over these types of individuals that just keep coming would would factors. Can they look for. And how can they watch out and avoid these types of people so what we tend to as the main common thing. That people tend to counsel as Analsysts i'm more Losses not this buzzword that everyone's everyone's talking about thank you. I know like people it and say by the time. Yes so will it actually is is a true. Is someone your has. The empathy author brave is actually underdeveloped. So this can be through tom so for example the way we actually learn date is fine mimicking the facial expressions parents babies. We haven't had that interacts use growing up because the brain used admiral his near pasta to take as we get older. We learn that empathy anymore pasta Old as a physical issue with the brain so when we have that means that everything that done peasant who's Developed every time they try and to interact with something Looking objects you know. Someone's like akitas a pan. This is something. I can use their look at people. Not way because northern connections. Don't worry about a pens. Wealth that because connection there nothing advised lease Analysis fast way but now nas tennessee. The world and the problem is with that. Is we talk about his level programming and not can be highly influential united tend being in leadership positions management. You know these these high power positions because they looked bangle to have that allah which means that when they actually go into relationship they stop conditioning that allah which is a very interesting thing to say but we tend to find this when of some comes up narcissistic relationship. I trust within the Our decisions some something. Ten times honda. will run the State ma So this is. We tend to talk about agnostic feeling from them but also identifying that. Because if you're not relationship. The tends to babies highs and lows which cool fractionation which actually creates a high a bond with us. So this is that when you older love bombing you're only massive high feels better than obscene anything. Who's well and then you. How with royal west. Some late they You know withdrawing from you that coaling something a sangala. You'll so stupid to think this. Why kohl's is this need in this desire to won't to hatha low-flying again so these relationships tend to be something sawyer. Addictive may have people leaving the relationships in guy. Gosh unwise stayed that long. We'll we'll stop and they feel like can they still wrong within themselves because annoyed relationships wrong the emotionally Mole aside the best junk. Well so what. We tend to find this as a few things that you can out for when you To see if someone he's ashi narcissistic kind talked to them about the empathy. Part of mean And this is another way of actually how you can identify sounds narcissistic on so a looking for is the on level of end. The day we see that through facial expressions. So if we're telling. I can release hot story like say estate tinley bad. We not suspects. That's not chalice on sale shop. C terrible Now some necessary very highly intelligent. I will be able to mimic some of those facial expressions. The difference between an oath fantastic expression under non-offensive expection. So what we tend to find with is with in authentic expressions they will drop instantly off the face. Yeah yes i. I have so much i gotta say. I can't hold it back anymore so i i want to comment on the beginning with you. Say with narcissus now understanding empathy. I can relate that with the psychologist. Harry harlow where he did that experiment with the wire mother and the actual mother with these baby raised monkeys. I believe they were utilized and they did that for like the majority of the primates lifespan. And as i got older when it had its own kids. You could see the difference on how it treated. Its own kids one pretty much. I think eight children who had to wire mother and the other one's not loved them to the exact same thing over and with the And we with learning with Narcissist with them learning this how to show empathy. How do they how do they pick that up. And i need to know a little bit more about that. Now the way the pick up His genuine oriole inauthentic as well but The way that they picked up is.

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"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"Welcome to your transformation station rotation because he's fine with them. Couples tend to find they fall in love with On the detention of the relationship and all of a sudden one the many issues In terms of arguments and disagreements in relationships is have been much expectation to that. We're tapping into surpassing expectations from the most successful people in the modern day and honing in on new foresight methodologies and clairvoyance. You never knew this. Is your transformation station with your host greg. Fossa can you hear me okay. Okay fantastic here a rate so you have a business. And it's focused around loving with intention. Acapa with intelligent toilets. Yes i told me that. That's okay i'll own. It's i feel like people should be doing. That is loving with intention. But i like that loving with intelligence and why i like this so much and why it had to have you on with because you're partnered with somebody that i really enjoyed reading his word. I mean i mean. I have it right here. You go under there and the original yes. That's what i'm saying. That's what i'm saying. I read when i was active. Duty an holy cow it. It helped me with my experiences and help me understand the people that were in my live. They weren't good people. I would always fall victim to the wrong types of people. My social upbringing contemplate an impact. On how i was in the a lot of trial and error and tribulations that i had to go through to understand that those were not good people to begin with had nothing to do with me. But not about me. Tell me about your brand identity. And and what can you teach our audience today. So we run a company called love with intelligence only supposed to be able to meet right one as through behavioral psychology behavioral Filing and what we will be going through to diet. Understanding nas tastes body language and how the walnut creek being able to use our funding in terms of compatibility interesting. So how did you start this. Let's go to that earth. Yeah so actually. Originally my background was in account. Sakes sira is that she wrote the book you five hundred companies in such companies end. I was group accounts. So this wasn't even on my right doll stocks my career and column store show. I went through some pre heuristic relationships. now cystic relationships sport psychopathic by as united. Got appointment off the relationship ended. About where like puck. Mike on call audit work. Your exit strategies Stuff and it got me thinking like a k. Will say that relationship was night. How light avoid going through that situation again. A more importantly how do i am ashti able to go into a relationship healthy basically when into different relationships off them and there was a relationship that ended it not the us in the relationship night but the full bedroom house Brian mercedes on the drive bicycle. Jobs are co with his foundation of a building together. An old this weekend it was gone. And i remember thinking Allow see have found they the right relationship yet and thinking more about how do i create the lifestyle And also how do i get the relationship Sorry any year. I actually retrained became a nrp traina therapists live coverage of Business ended oldest within one year while still site working full time as well end Crazy as but why has she realized was that even though i had will lee skill sets for it's like a cake can build up confidence. Philip south believes valuables. All these different things. It made me realize it's still didn't say in terms of being able to meet the right long so for example if you have an office comanche align semester for like a wolf. The has a look at the sheet with great southwestern self-confidence move doesn't eat that shape gonna david the wolves wants today and we control over that. But what we do have control of is being able to. She identify Nas historic dangerous character. Thomas stand what we can do about his well so this is what she starts doing. What could chase Sheet about kohl's at around identifying into selma assists which is freaking olsen and sinar analysis are very This kohl's on the other side of what we did is we actually developed to one of his trainings. On being able to sell people than six minutes less being able to help people to use in terms of Important Palm for a long lasting relationship so the reason we find that a lot of relationships start loss. Long is because that's an issue. The compatibility sodded things from the. Yes how i fell into during gray's lake and the majority of my clients will actually meet the wrong in three months of working together. That's really interesting. So how many people have you been working with. And what is us. do you get. Do you address in a consultation. Or do they just kinda go out there and start doing like trial and error or do you really like hit down bennett nara. Nour's like wasting time for people to are words on the excitement but beinart worked over droids. He lost three is yet when the she undesirable a pattern currently going on for them. So for example they got to people who on shanta valuable Going full cheetahs away going into relationships During the week it will three cycles each that relationship as understanding since because always passan's rashy more deeply ingrained than you actually think. So are we find dot with these kind of passes. Ashley it ashti comes from childhood. Yes so yeah and child we actually go see form identity between the ages of zero seven but wash she happens is we actually create allah. Our role is both for our the identity and also the emotions that we to fail so for example sleeping conditioned to be the people pleaser andy on the goody two. she's always been conditioned to be the the victim. Anyway tensioness Nate or you get conditioned towns of price stop for being highly independent. You're gonna find that that is going to be a huge theme throughout your relationships and also your work client. You'll friendships and obsolete everything that you to finding out that pattern and also understanding how we cannot she the elect or how we can get to work for you in terms of finding a compatible.

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"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"Element of when we're enjoying something so good like come on come and enjoy. The suite. mate thing is is with relationships and this is where it becomes. Really important is is to low the In this present violent because ultimately find way make them couples tend to find they fall in love with potential On the detention of the relationship on all of a sudden one many issues in terms of arguments and disagreements in relationships is been much expectation to the papa issues. And.

"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"Because we've done the hard work we want somebody that has already done it but how do we. How do we find those people. I think the important part is some sunny where you'll keep full citing set on. She's gone through that thing. Able tales be able to be in a place where he crashing joy that relationship. Because otherwise if you suddenly have this law volume Help the relationship long away from it might be. You can end up this house. All she patents trae You know seeing that being truthful seeing the being a nice seeing someone who's actually online wait year you're she'd been able to see the truth in the us not. Why really love about this book because it. It's not about the united manipulating orange. One safe now seeing Do they all a make. An informed decision of sang a kylie. Yes is buzzing. She work really while with me. So the Fold up is around compatibility now the mice important they around. This isn't laying understanding who you are compatible with. Because some people go out and they do this like russian roulette version of dieting like. Akm's can put myself out there Types in trust and just someone aligned with nay. Oh eighteen doesn't work like that it doesn't work in. i think kabbadi predators just guy cable. Wait them to count may element that so is having that clarity of You mind you type. People for a compatibility might trick so we've identified. Bribery such six elements Because this is the equivalent a sanger candidate guy take a college any. I wanna make sure that. I'm putting the right postcode in the In the us in the the now to make sure that the going in the right direction not several goals. I wanna make sure the car that reminding is something that's aligned with by us. Let the lifestyle. I wanna make sure the music that will listen together is also something that we bugs enjoy so at the beliefs and values the rules that we by in place within our lives. So we're able to enjoy that. Call jimmy together so this kinda just changes the dynamic of how a a relationship. Cannot she together in a way that it can last long term. Those is a lot she put in different zip cards. We listen to different music and we don't like the transport that we've got selves that so many issues finding that alignment Nice nice eight bowl and i. She said she worked with my clients. Towns of beijing. Dicing bob based on that compatibility matrix because a one-size-fits-all approach is nobody well. And you know. I might turn onto one pesticide yet You'll barrow crashy dicing online or you'll you're off. Enticing organically if you go to these briefs ulama life find song here is aligned with so it's really guy inside. In-depth arc sets of understanding here is compatible. Walls can be really important in their relationship and how they can go ahead. Use out to meet the With team that the car radio. So what did that just them engaging with their own identity and kind of testing it. And 'cause we i would say we all have these kinds of social mass that we would wear whether it's at our profession when it's dating whether it's intimate or just are real cells but one we're trying to figure out ways to slowly take off each mass to we start to show a real self. Would've that's them trying to meet. Will i tried this guy. Because he had these these traits that i thought i wanted but i really don't so now i'm on the complete opposite and i'm engaging with this person to see if whether or not i can be by so that this is why it's important to the work in the very beginning when it comes to healing Finding your alignment with yourself. So we ashley do a step within the park. Grounds wage retool cabal life sharing. And that's very much around. You're creating this line that you skill so aligned with the youth committed to where you are able to enjoy that with someone else now. It's not to say that that vision wind change because when we go to a healthy relationship by healthy for a reason we actually interact with each other in a way that we grow together witches In healthy relationships we stack night and we do not wrote the of southern so in relationship we actually learned. Syria instruction the way that we challenge each of us believes is different than perspectives. We can actually grow together as up. Sorry this that element. That's really half of see within the relationships In comes off feeling happy because when we think about the things that we actually need in to be happy within ourselves. United personal greg. That knowing the amazing folded in any directorship is so important to us. I'm trying to get our partners to do that if they're not in a same direction whatever we're ready with somebody and we have this understanding mentality but our partner doesn't how do we get them to want to not be stagnant Either degrading or improven. But how do you get them to want to improve. How do we get back now. This thing this is the thing sounds narcissistic tonight. Night announced three that that.

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"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"They Because his science experiment you know saying i k- like his pen is Two years at upon being able to use his while unexplainable say the top all. I need to learn how to run with it. So the way Learn how to use something black. She interacting with enfranchising to things says usually around the teenage years. They had salinas. I different don't adopt darn interact site. So they're looking at ways to to be able to play with them to say i if you've ever watched analysis into someone say a victimize story for someone they lean in almost Trae lack okay. How can i use disinformation. And it is the way that they actually. You learn how to control and learn play with people people's behaviors account nelson So yeah that's interesting. Have you ever experienced or been in contact with a narcissist with good intention rather than negative intentions thing. It psych. I think as warm nine the Therapy to be able to learn to be. That's on which is which is quite interesting because you think about In tons of what drives us is our emotions our emotions. The key thing ryan says that actually influences asked to do something so for example even down to the types of Things that we buy toothpaste the reason we bind. Toothpaste is because we won't have fresh breath. Otherwise we're gonna fail Steal what the emotion confident monogamous like. We want project or talk near anyone on hug anyone or anything that we feel like we so gross we feel like we're gonna be Disapprove of four. Jack ted or and All so that's the level of emotions that irrationally creating our experience ends at likewise Emotionally xp able to have fresh breath. We've got more confidence. You wanna connect to people you feel more comfortable with new south feel good. You've got to be approved off so it's always different emotions that on driving you to do if you wanna take. You have that level level of empathy. You're not going to be connected to the emotional sign. So what's going to be the benefit eventually. Having that empathy. With low the suddenness nine real benefit can having mean that you'd have to think about someone else's rights in someone else's emotions thus is you are needs sira maya openness by cable romy look was gonna among to buy some won't be able to better up Situations is going to be in a frontal system. Take your it's gonna be controlled is gonna to be status is gonna be There of being gun seeing someone who's role will rubbish however might be. That's the way that we would she to not analysis. Not in of someone to be It'd be better for someone else is going to be something. That's driving behind them to to scan them into being better. What if there's a possibility that maybe they're motivated to actually understand the very thing they don't get which is a motion They'd have to be. That's a gain underneath that for them to be able to to get something out of that so whether it's to use it for the tim manipulates better. What had been not to be singled out per se. 'cause i'm looking at it. As if i was his type of person i would feel like unexposed. I'm naked in the world and everybody can see it. So the very thing that i would be stressing about every day is to learn how to blend in not to not to manipulate. I'm sure that the tax the tactics that gained in the process might be utilized to influence or persue in of course their position power at their profession or at their home life when they are trying to instill establish something good or to share something. Good that would help somebody in the long run but i just think that kind of that lands can put a different angle on the possibility of something much more than with really being seen ya if if you think about. I love love that tight. I think if you if you stretch talbot other you have the two different types of nelson. She calls on his claudette Nostitz tends to be a little bit more behind the scenes. They tend to be more like pam at the the big they love to be able to be the Him like oh. I'm not good that you are absolutely amazing at this. Then looking for that reassurance. Sola time while the brian the ice event non-citizens to be able to be in the spotlight and to be doled like oh yeah arms just weighed Iron trough of famous by trump last week friday night and trying to do something to be able to prove that status improve that how saddam feeling of being united site is suddenly heeled. Suddenly look tufted underneath this this vision of of the status of halif troll someone that you should look up to you know. There's a secret thing. She wanted to stand out all to get that reassurance that there's someone who's powerful in control has spray status Assist someone who's Tofte his unit continent attache tend to low to be able to be victim role where they have everyone garden on you really Widgets such a great job with that look Reassurance inciting different wise. That's an interesting take on spores with the is it. Is it echoing test as weird. I was like picking up some mike. Yeah anything weird. I think it's picking up for my headset. I dunno might be up a little higher than normal. I lost what i'll say. shoot so with. Having this knowledge we can single women and men. Of course everybody to go out to the dating world and we can look for not necessarily narcissist. Because we don't know for sure clinically if that's the route reason because of that as of yet but to arm people to get out there and to have competence in themselves again of course once you have this knowledge it does not instill confidence but that comes with understanding your past and being okay with who you are but once you've done that you have this knowledge in you can look and see who is being real in authentic versus someone who's not because that's what we really want. Is we want somebody that we can connect with. That has already been done pass. And it's not with them on the present.

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"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"On at this gonna work but it's really interesting with my research yes it comes down to our social upbringing that that our experiences whether we experienced trial and error or to some sort of trauma plays an impact in our day and a lot of us still either are running permit or chosen not to address it but that is the root of how we handle ourselves and i believe that we need to look look at that i and understand why did it happen and come to a neutral perspective and that will allow us to become vulnerable and start displaying authenticity. I think people assume that Do with traumas To the level of conditioning has child. 'cause every behavior has a positive negative intent will means is every behavior that we display has something that we're working towards in terms of feeling good in something that will move the white from and it's time we did. This level of conditioning is as she what we get told from parents so from we do things. We have the voice without parents as a level of programming. The way that we should actually act react to end by a role within the wild. And i'll see that has a huge impact on Yes no i agree. And i can doubly caveat that with being in the military they program my mind to that just to experience that a jenex shift automatically when they need me to just execute orders like it's autumn. It's crazy how that happens to this day. I believe if somebody were to yell at ease. I would just spring up into position of attention or something are at an e so yeah but No that's really interesting with relationships. How can we or people who are dating and wants to be in. Relationship is over these types of individuals that just keep coming would would factors. Can they look for. And how can they watch out and avoid these types of people so what we tend to as the main common thing. That people tend to counsel as Nas assists i'm more Losses not this buzzword that everyone's everyone's talking about thank you. I know like people it and say by the time. Yes so will it actually is is a true. Is someone your has. The empathy author brave is actually underdeveloped. So this can be through The white has been brought up so for example. The way we actually learn date is fine. Mimicking the facial expressions parents babies. We haven't had that interacts use growing up because the brain used admiral his near pasta to take as we get older. We learn that empathy anymore pasta night age old as a physical issue with the brain. So when we have that means that everything that done peasant who's Developed every time they try and to interact with something Looking objects you know. Someone's like akitas a pan. This is something. I can use their look at people. Not way because northern connections. Don't worry about a pens. Wealth that because connection there nothing advised lease analysis fast way but now tennessee. The world and the problem is with that. Is we talk about his level programming. And not nazis can be highly influential united tend being in leadership positions management. You know these Positions because they looked bangle to have that allah which means that when they actually go into relationship they stop conditioning that allah which is a very interesting thing to say what we tend to find this when of some comes up narcissistic relationship. I trust within the Our decisions some something. Ten times honda. will run the State ma So this is. We tend to talk about agnostic feeling from them but also identifying that. Because if you're not relationship. The tends to babies highs and lows which cool fractionation which actually creates a high a bond with us. So this is that when you older love bombing you're only massive high feels better than obscene anything. Who's well and then for you. How with royal west. Some late they You know withdrawing from you that coaling something a sangala. You'll so stupid to think this. Why kohl's is this need in this desire to won't to hatha low-flying again so these relationships tend to be something that's sar addictive may have people leaving the relationships in guy. Gosh unwise stayed that long. We'll we'll stop and they feel like can they still wrong within themselves because annoyed relationships wrong the emotionally Mole aside the best junk. Well so what. We tend to find this as a few things that you can out for when you To see if someone he's ashi narcissistic kind talked to them about the empathy. Part of mean And this is another way of actually how you can identify sounds narcissistic on so a looking for is the on level of end. The day we see that through facial expressions. So if we're telling. I can release hot story like say estate tinley bad. We not suspects. That's not chalice on sale shop. C terrible Now some necessary very highly intelligent. I will be able to mimic some of those facial expressions. The difference between an oath fantastic expression under non-offensive expection. So what we tend to find with is with in authentic expressions they will drop instantly off the face. Yeah yes i. I have so much i gotta say. I can't hold it back anymore so i i want to comment on the beginning with you. Say with narcissus now understanding empathy. I can relate that with the psychologist. Harry harlow where he did that experiment with the wire mother and the actual mother with these baby raised monkeys. I believe they were utilized and they did that for like the majority of the primates lifespan. And as i got older when it had its own kids. You could see the difference on how it treated. Its own kids one pretty much. I think eight children who had to wire mother and the other one's not loved them to the exact same thing over and with the And we with learning with Narcissist with them learning this how to show empathy. How do they how do they pick that up. And i need to know a little bit more about that. Now the way the pick up His genuine oriented As well but thumb the way that they picked up is.

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"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"walford" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"Welcome to your transformation station rotation because he's fine with them. Couples tend to find they fall in love with On the detention of the relationship and all of a sudden one the many issues In terms of arguments and disagreements in relationships is have been much expectation to the. We're tapping into surpassing expectations from the most successful people in the modern day and honing in on new foresight methodologies and clairvoyance. You never knew. This is your transformation station with your host greg. Fossa can you hear me okay. Okay fantastic here a rate so you have a business. And it's focused around loving with intention. Acapa with intelligent toilets. Yes i told me that. That's okay i'll own. It's i feel like people should be doing. That is loving with intention. But i like that loving with intelligence and why i like this so much and why it had to have you on with because you're partnered with somebody that i really enjoyed reading his word. I mean i mean. I have it right here. You go under there and the original yes. That's what i'm saying. That's what i'm saying. I read when i was active. Duty an holy cow it. It helped me with my experiences and help me understand the people that were in my live. They weren't good people. I would always fall victim to the wrong types of people. My social upbringing contemplate an impact. On how i was in the a lot of trial and error and tribulations that i had to go through to understand that those were not good people to begin with had nothing to do with me. But not about me. Tell me about your brand identity. And and what can you teach our audience today. So we run a company called love with intelligence only supposed to be able to meet right one as through behavioral psychology behavioral Ailing and what we will be going through to diet. Understanding nas tastes body language and how the walnut creek being able to use our funding in terms of compatibility interesting. So how did you start this. Let's go to that earth. Yeah so actually. Originally my background was in account. Sakes sira is that she wrote the book you five hundred companies in such companies end. I was group accounts. So this wasn't even on my right doll stocks my career and column store show. I went through some pre heuristic relationships. now cystic relationships sport psychopathic by as united states. Appointment off the relationship ended. About where like puck mike on call audit work. Your exit strategies Stuff and it got me thinking like a k. Will say that relationship was like how light avoid going through that situation again. A more importantly. How do i am ashti able to go into a relationship healthy Basically when into different relationships off them and there was a relationship that ended it not the us in the relationship night but the full bedroom house Brian mercedes on the drive bicycle. Jobs are co with his foundation of a building together. An old this weekend it was gone. And i remember thinking Allow see have found they the right relationship yet and thinking more about how do i create the lifestyle And also how do i get the relationship Sorry any year. I actually retrained became a nrp traina therapists live coverage of Business ended oldest within one year while still site working full time as well end Crazy as but why has she realized was that even though i had will lee skill sets for it's like a cake can build up confidence. Philip south believes valuables. All these different things. It made me realize it's still didn't say in terms of being able to meet the right long so for example if you have an office comanche align semester for like a wolf. The has a look at the sheet with great southwestern self-confidence move doesn't eat that shape gonna david the wolves wants today and we control over that. But what we do have control of is being able to. She identify Nas historic dangerous character. Thomas stand what we can do about his well so this is what she starts doing. What could chase Sheet about kohl's at around identifying into salmonellosis which is freaking olsen and Are very devout. This kohl's on the other side of what we did is we actually developed to one of his trainings. On being able to sell people than six minutes less being able to help people to use in terms of And to cook upon for a long lasting relationship so the reason we find that a lot of relationships start loss. long is. because that's an issue. The compatibility sodded things from the. Yes how i fell into during gray's lake and the majority of my clients will actually meet the wrong in three months of working together. That's really interesting. So how many people have you been working with. And what is us. do you get. Do you address in a consultation. Or do they just kinda go out there and start doing like trial and error or do you really like hit down bennett nara. Nour's like wasting time for people to our words on the excitement but beinart worked over He lost three is yet when the she undesirable a pattern currently going on for them. So for example they got to people who on shanta valuable Going full cheetahs away going into relationships During the week it will three cycles each that relationship as understanding since because always passan's rashy more deeply ingrained than you actually think. So are we find dot with these kind of passes. Ashley it ashti comes from childhood. Yes so yeah and child we actually go see form identity between the ages of zero seven but wash she happens is we actually create allah. Our role is both for our the identity and also the emotions that we to fail so for example sleeping conditioned to be the people pleaser andy on the goody two. She's always been conditioned to be the the victim anyway tensioness innate or you get conditioned towns of price stop for being highly independent. You're gonna find that that is going to be a huge theme throughout your relationships and also your work client. You'll friendships and obsolete everything that you to finding out that pattern and also understanding how we cannot she the elect or how we can get to work for you in terms of finding a compatible.

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"walford" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"walford" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"My dating life. And what. I need to do right now to become a better man this is. This is the sad truth folks. I need the help. I need help. I'm just kidding. We actually don't really go that far into that Well we we do a little bed. But this is a higher level conversation about how she even got into these realms and specifically with a focus on narcissism. Very intrigued by narcissist love. Does that mean narcissist. Well you'll have to listen to find out lily. Walford is a fantastic guest. You're going to enjoy this conversation with her. And if you enjoy open lubes please make sure to follow it on apple podcasts. Share it with a friend in. If you really like the show. I would greatly appreciate. If you're able to rate the show an i tunes or apple podcasts. A leave a review. It definitely helps get these conversations out there here. She is lily walford today on open loops. We have lilly walford. Who is a behavioral profiler hypnotist life coach. Nlp master trainer master practitioner and trainer and she specializes in relationships. Love with intelligence dot com. This is i. I love this whole show is about blending. Different worlds together and definitely. Yeah love comes up a lot hypnosis. Ed ed Understanding the way the mind communicates and we can communicate with other minds and leveraging technology than what it's all stuff i love therefore when lilly was putting yourself out there as some of that said. Hey i'm open to do interviews and talk about this I had to have her on lily. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Thank you for having me. Thank you for the lovely introduction. Oh good good well. i'm. I'm so glad you're here. Tell you what. I m kind of curious you know. Some people do when they learn About neuro linguistic programming or hypnosis or any of the behavioral profiling. Stop they some people. Stay in the generalized space. They go oh. This is so cool. I'm going to really just that now. I don't know how they do. And i think there are a lot of people with tickets that haven't made any money whatsoever Which is fine. Because to that category than i'd say but but it's I'm curious how did you find yourself in the love space. Yea gosh. I'm still pinching myself. I originally i started out as an accountant. So yes the corporate space. And as soon as i found an l. pay off just knew that i wanted everyone tonight about it and i think the first thing blind date was i sought to plant my love life because i went through some horrific narcissistic stole keeping stole crane. Type of relationships is just awful and yeah and he's let me taught me how to communicate in the best way to connect with people but there was something still missing for me because it was almost like If he had someone like a soap you had like a sheep for example with right self love and great self-confidence a wolf isn't going to turn around and go well. I'm not gonna read that..

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"walford" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"walford" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

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Moussa Sissoko admits getting too tired playing in Pochettino's diamond

ESPN FC

05:25 min | 3 years ago

Moussa Sissoko admits getting too tired playing in Pochettino's diamond

"Off to the seven to to walloping enhanced by and this is what they're spurs midfielder Moussa so to say we get tired too quickly. When we play with a midfield diamond jubilee it was October Fest Foot by Northland don't think Soco saying anything and he didn't see with our own? Is that what what do you make of him and she going so public with with this criticism so some of these guys do not. I guess they haven't had media training. I guess they do an odd question. Well you just have no commonsense right as it pertains to your essay question. You don't have to answer it. You can dance around did even if you feel that this is the case what is there to gain for Mussa's so come on and say we get too tired when we play in diamond what somebody's GonNa feel sorry I four u Somebody's GonNa say oh. I'm so sorry that you have to run into midfield. I'm so sorry you have to tackle people. I'm so sorry that you have to get it close to midfield player. Come on man honestly this is we're talking about Champions League and we're talking about playing at home playing against via Munich. We're in this guy is bringing up. We're getting tire. Come on is this further sign Shankar and the beam plenty already that the players and the manager getting further apart yes yes I see that for this reason this as far as I'm concerned the only players in the park who have any right to complain about getting tired because of nineteen minutes are you wing box given what's asked of them in modern day football. If no you complaining about getting tired of formation it points to something and fog far deeper than than just answering a question incorrectly my opinion and given what we've seen from Spoo- so far this season this just visa Mussa's who looking for an excuse to try to explain their poor performances looking for an excuse that somehow absolves him mm-hmm and the rest of the midfield of any kind of responsibility furthermore kind of throws a manager under the bus so which is why answer my question your your question the way that I did. I think it's it's it's alarming to have a player answering the question that Frank. What did you make of what's going on a spur from a farming? The statistics are pretty stop. They've won nine. They lost twenty eight games in all competitions. Why why the exceptional season last season where the their right level? I'm not sure maybe they were playing at one hundred and forty percent. Maybe they were fortunate. Let's say lucky when you see Lucas scoring three goals in the semi final against away from home when you everybody thinks it's it's dead we want something from the Spurs may be the not able to recreate because they were here. It was too much for them and they just came back as human being this season they showed the weaknesses reina what the MHM weaknesses where Eden by a real fortune last season and now you see the conflicts coming up always dot com and from USA Sissoko saying to the Koch. We don't want us to play later because I think we don't like the way you make us play and prominence becomes becomes reality when when in fact you can't answer the questions on the field and last year they were able to do so because they were playing at the maximum because they oughta spirit together and because they were lucky did not anymore in those three statements interesting you'll photon over achievement because guys would look at the starting eleven it is still a fabulous team on on on paper. It is not an argument be made that they'd just been a victim of great by inside on on Tuesday night but also suffering and they've done that before you would say it's just a slow start. If you don't go back to the end of last season on how much of a struggle it was other than Champions League and maybe making the deep running Champions League mass a lot of the issues that we're going to get over chief. Did they overcharged grossly over achieve. You can meet well. I mean even even even the biggest I fan will be like attendance. League final. I look over achieve got fortunate but they took advantage of that good fortune and give them credit for that but clearly there's been issues with this his team since deep deep issues back then that they haven't resolved they did not answer it through the summer and they have an answer yet and early on in the the season for me. It's not only the players is not only puts it. The it's just a whole feeling oh spurs right now seems to be while they go brighton and Walford Nixon the primarily that may be just the remedy that they have all due respect to break known. What extra chime is where we onto your twitter questions Enj- you can see it every day on Youtube Channel

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Deep Dive into March Madness

KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen

09:36 min | 3 years ago

Deep Dive into March Madness

"To this point. We've got Abilene Christian beating Kentucky. We have seen the whole over walford. And we have Georgia state over Houston. All upsets is it your belief that any of those could actually happen. I would say you might as well just go and put money on those because if any of those hit you guys are going to be rich your need. The giants sponsor the show. So. Look, I think I don't know you say you had Wofford or seeing hall winning that game. We have Seton Hall. Seton Hall is winning that game. Yeah. Like, I think that's one that could realistically happen. I will say that while you know, me the supposed- expert isn't picking Georgia's state like I don't think it's inconceivable that they win that game. They they have no probably have the best player on the floor. They have a kid named DeMarcus Simmons who's going to play in the NBA at some point. He he actually he averaged eighteen a game this year and his numbers are actually down a little bit. So I don't know that I would be the guy to pick Abilene Christian over to Turkey. If that's where the darts are going. I do think you're right. Yeah. The the dogs are feeling it and might be by the way, we should tell everyone that you're biased can you? Tell everyone the name of your book. Please. Oh, yeah. No. I had a book about Kentucky basketball. You know, what I was gonna say to you was is that when you say nobody knows what they're doing. So I I said this on another radio interview this morning is there's a reason that they offer a billion dollars for a perfect bracket every year, and nobody wins it. So I think that as much as I'd like to say that the hours and days, I've spent in front of the TV and talking to coaches and talking to you know, is that it's all worthwhile. When I fill out the bracket. I don't know that throwing darts at a wall isn't just a better option than what I've been doing. Thank you very much. Would you like to be with us right now as we select a couple more games? Yes. Okay. I tell me what you think real quick just give me like fifteen seconds or less on Ohio State versus Iowa State. So I always state they got three or four pros on that team. They could legit make the Sweet Sixteen or elite. I wanna be surprised they could legit lose to Ohio State. And I would it be spread. Okay. So if you wouldn't be surprised by anything. This is a a pressure free throw that I'm about to make Ohio states the eleven I was states the six so rat is Ohio State Brown will be Iowa State. Here we go. We got read. Again, we got nothing but upset so Ohio State is going to defeat. I was day. But you don't think that's crazy. I don't think it's crazy. So state hit Ohio State. Yeah. We've got nothing. We've take four games so far. It's all upsets, I don't know why I'm hitting hitting all here on the board. There you go out to Vegas. It all read their. Let's you know. So no, I don't I don't think that's insane. At all. I mean, Ohio State plays in the big ten. They laid great teams all year. They've been good teams Iowa State again. These are the facts that are going to be meaningless when my bracket blows up, but they lost five out of their last six games in the regular season. They got hot in the last week. I don't think it's insane. At all that Ohio State would pull that upset. Okay. Let's do one more Jimmy ten seconds on Kansas versus northeastern. Kansas. I'll say this hits read I won't be surprised really was Kansas was a biz mole on the road this year. So they had a couple injuries. A couple of suspensions. You know, one guy's not playing, you know, guardian took some money and got caught by the FBI. And so they went like one in seven away from home in their last eight games. So it waiting their last eight games away from home. So it would not surprise me. If on a neutral court, they got upset I'd hear it goes, Kansas versus northeastern. Okay, Kansas is going to survive Kansas is going to win round one. So we do have our first favorite of the first round. And will be Kansas defeating northeastern very exciting stuff. I'm I'm glad that you're you're right in the middle here, though that you're you're becoming one of us us us. Every man college basketball fans were just like, yeah. I'd this could go either way. I'm glad you're saying that right now. Well, I remember a few years ago. First of all my bracket is always the worst one. And everyone's like, what are your picks? And I'm like, you don't really want my picks. But I remember, you know, I was talking with our buddy Colin cowherd three years ago. And he said do you get mad when everybody else that doesn't watch like me has a better bracket than you? And I said, you know, Colin, I'm a lot like Bill Belichick. I just focus on myself. I don't worry about the outside noise. What it does drive me a little bananas that all these all these men hours. I put loving the sport. And it's all for nothing come March. I wanna ask you this. This is a conversation that was happening here at the office about an hour ago. Which is the best college basketball team in the state of California this year. Oh, man. I feel like I had this conversation. It's obviously not USC. It's not. I'm trying to think, you know, I think it might be UCLA by down. And there's only there's just a letter listeners. All there's only two teams from the entire state of California in this bracket at its UC Irvine, it probably should have been without a major upset. It would have only been one. It's UC Irvine in Saint Mary's that's wild that's wild. I think Saint Mary's would probably went on a neutral court, but I'll tell you what Irvine is one if the dark skew towards Irvine that would not surprise me at all like, I know you said a minute ago. Nobody knows these head coaches follow, blah, all I'm saying is as cow is abysmal in the Pac twelve Russell Turner. Who's the head coach at UC Irvine? They could be they could do themselves a favor to give him a call, by the way, he coached at Stanford. He was in assistant with the Golden State Warriors. He knows the bay area that guy can coaches, you know, what off I don't know that he'd be a great interview for your show. You just want more entertaining. College basketball. You should have your. Your buddies over Cal get him a call. Hey, while we're on it. What are we doing here with with Pac twelve sports? What's what's what's happening right now? So as anti Pac twelve is anybody as everybody because I think the bottom line is we had the worst combined year ever since they've been recording numbers in wins and losses for Zona and UCLA in the same season. We gotta season where one's been bad. We've had a season where another has been bad. But we've never had a season where they're collectively as bad. And so what I always say is, you know, we would be talking about how bad the ACC was if Duke in North Carolina had historically their worst seasons combined ever the big twelve. Did it feel a sexy this year because Kansas wasn't good? And I just think look Arizona. They have the number one or three class coming in. They're going to get right? But if errors Zona was just what they've been in UCLA was just what they've been all of a sudden, you add two more top twenty five teams in you. Then potentially have five bitch the NCAA tournament. Nobody feels bad now with that said, I can't really speak for football, which is a total mess, but basketball, I think it's cyclical I think they'll be fine. I see that you said getting back to the brackets the Tennessee and Michigan state where the two teams that got screwed. Why why do you think that? So two different reasons. I think in general nobody really has a big gripe. But Mark, you know, for people who don't follow this stuff three hundred sixty five days a year in the past the committee has kind of made this big stink about we do wanna keep teams close to home because you know, we don't want these student athletes to travel, whatever buffalo, blah. I know where you stand on all that. But they always have given preferential treatment to the higher seeded teams. It's a very simple concept you bust your butt. You're awesome all year, you shouldn't have to play in somebody's backyard in so Tennessee could potentially in round to have to play Cincinnati in Columbus, Ohio, which is only about an hour from Cincinnati. I just think that's totally unfair for a team. That's done. You know, they they've been awesome. And it could come down to their basically playing a true road game in the NCAA tournament, you know, after six months of hard work. I just think that's kinda nonsense and then when Michigan state. You know, it's the deal of the committee considered them one of the quote unquote, best number two seeds. So then why are they lined up with the best number one seed, and do it makes absolutely no sense to me. Yeah. That's interesting. All right. Gimme gimme the dark horse that could make some noise who's wearing Cinderella. This year. Well, I'll tell you. I know I know you have a primarily NBA audience Murray state with John Mirant got to be a lottery pick that kid is unbelievable. He average twenty four games scoring led the nation in this. I think he is every bit the real deal. And if you told me he put his team on his back. I'll Steph curry wins to three games basically by himself. It wouldn't surprise me kid is just out of this world. I think whether you follow college basketball, whether you're following the darts. That's a kid to watch out for because he's

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Missing 23-year-old Boston woman found alive, police say

WBZ Afternoon News

01:15 min | 3 years ago

Missing 23-year-old Boston woman found alive, police say

"Ambrose the twenty year old from Jamaica plain who went missing Saturday night has been found alive in Charlestown. We'll get the very latest now from WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe at the Bunker Hill housing development, Kim. Josh Arabia Ambrose has been taken to an area hospital as a precaution after she was found alive and safe in the area of walford way in the Bunker Hill housing development that was suspect is in custody. I've been speaking with neighbors here in the projects who know the suspect this man, they say is known to stalk women two different woman. Tell me that demand. Followed them at different times one woman and her daughter were walking over towards a Spalding. And that this man followed them on his vice ical another woman says she was coming home from work late at night. And this man started following her talking to her harassing her. And she just ran into her house as quickly as possible. I also spoke with another neighbor a man who says it was known in this area that this man would head over to Haymarket every Saturday in order to pick up women who were drunk. So again, this man, very well known in this area. The good news though, Olivia embrose safe and sound in the hospital. Hopefully being reunited with her family at this hour. This is the best

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"walford" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"walford" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"But I think I mentioned UNC I think I mentioned some teams weird resume, and I. I believe it was Carolina because they've got some good quad one wins. They are cumulating a lot. I don't think they've lost a game outside of the quadrant. One sector at this point in the season. And yes, definitely down the road. Let's let's circle back on the so Khan and the teams involved there because I think the so con- hashtag to bid so con- can be a thing this year because it also helped Wofford if it can stay quad one I believe that stuff like this has an impact on the committee where if it gets referencing the media podcast and the committee room that walford was a quadrant. One opponent. I think actually would help their case if they didn't get in and say firm in Greensboro, east, Tennessee, got it. Anyway, we'll deal with that down the road. So con is definitely possible. Details on that real quick walford fourteen and four eastern ac- state fifteen and four UNC Greensboro, fifteen in three Furman fifteen and three they're all in the top one twenty five at Kim palm. And actually, no I think they all in the top one twenty five and Wofford is in Wolpert's now in the top forty so they've moved up to touch. Today some outweighs notes earlier today. So it really could be a two bit league. That's not the craziest thing in the world know, it can't be and I'd love to frankly, I'd love to see it Firmin's. You know, we talk about UNC's. We're resume firm also got one because they're not con for the most part, isn't that good? But they've got really notable wins. And like Loyola, Chicago beating Illinois state over the weekend firm and loyalist Chicago run through the Missouri valley to help its case as best it can let's on.

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"walford" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"walford" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"But I think I mentioned UNC I think I mentioned some teams weird resume, and I. I believe it was Carolina because they've got some good quad one wins. They are cumulating a lot. I don't think they've lost a game outside of the quadrant. One sector at this point in the season. And yes, definitely down the road. Let's let's circle back on the so Khan and the teams involved there because I think the so con- hashtag to bid so con- can be a thing this year because it also helped Wofford if it can stay quad one I believe that stuff like this has an impact on the committee where if it gets referencing the media podcast and the committee room that walford was a quadrant. One opponent. I think actually would help their case if they didn't get in and say firm in Greensboro, east, Tennessee, got it. Anyway, we'll deal with that down the road. So con is definitely possible. Details on that real quick walford fourteen and four eastern ac- state fifteen and four UNC Greensboro, fifteen in three Furman fifteen and three they're all in the top one twenty five at Kim palm. And actually, no I think they all in the top one twenty five and Wofford is in Wolpert's now in the top forty so they've moved up to touch. Today some outweighs notes earlier today. So it really could be a two bit league. That's not the craziest thing in the world know, it can't be and I'd love to frankly, I'd love to see it Firmin's. You know, we talk about UNC's. We're resume firm also got one because they're not con for the most part, isn't that good? But they've got really notable wins. And like Loyola, Chicago beating Illinois state over the weekend firm and loyalist Chicago run through the Missouri valley to help its case as best it can let's on.

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