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North Korea Withdraws From Tokyo Olympics Due to COVID-19 Fears
"In Japan over the Tokyo Olympics after North Korea announced it was pulling out to protect its athletes from Corona virus. Games. Organizers has said to be extremely anxious over Pyongyang's withdrawal, fearing more countries may follow suit His Rupert Winfield Hayes, North Korea has now said it is pulling out of the Tokyo Olympic Games because of fears for the health of its team and the organizers of the diving World Cup have canceled their event in Tokyo later this month. Similar reasons. All of this does not bode well with less than four months to go until the Tokyo Games are due to open, But the biggest threat to the games comes from a new wave of covert infections. Monday, Osaka recorded more new infections for that city than on any other day since the pandemic began.
Storylines galore as Brady and Mahomes hook up in Super Bowl
"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers continue their week of preparation for Super Bowl fifty five with another practice session at their facility Thursday offense of tackle Donovan Smith explains how he and his teammates have improved in protecting quarterback Tom Brady over the course of the season we talk about every day it's only got there on the field in which we know as long as you know we will establish we also you know at the beginning we were just trying to brings together all of us where we would go group go slow and judge were Syrians said safeties Antoine Winfield junior Jordan Whitehead and wide receiver Antonio brown all practiced for a third straight day but any determination of whether they'll play Sunday will be made until after Friday's session Steve Carney Tampa
Buccaneers get ready for Super Bowl
"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers held their second practice of the week in preparation for Super Bowl fifty five Wednesday at their practice facility for defensive lineman and Donna can sue this week is all about trying to finally reach the pinnacle of his profession this is the second time around in I look for to have an opportunity to close that out because I've been very blessed to be able to have individual career that has many accolades but ultimate goal is to have the team accolade less liberty trophy head coach Bruce Arians said wide receiver Antonio brown safeties Antoine Winfield junior Jordan Whitehead and linebacker Lavonte David were all limited the Buccaneers will again practice Thursday as they get ready to host the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs Sunday at Raymond James stadium Steve Carney Tampa
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Meet the Media
"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers began their week of preparations for Super Bowl fifty five by sitting down for media day held virtually this year because of the covert nineteen pandemic head coach Bruce Arians says wide receiver Antonio brown and safety Antoine Winfield junior who both missed the NFC championship game in Green Bay continue to progress toward possibly playing this week the box will be the first team to play Super Bowl in their home stadium when they take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James stadium Sunday evening Steve Carney Tampa
'Just As I Am': Cicely Tyson Reflects On Her Long Career
"Only the legend. Actress Sicily Tyson During a career spanning six decades, she's brought to life iconic roles in theater, film and television, from sounder to the autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, two routes to how to get away with murder roles that have offered previously unseen images of the sweep and humanity of black life. Now. In a new memoir, she finally finally sets forth her improbable journey from the typing pool at the Red Cross to award winning actor and icon of style. Her book is called Just as I Am and Sicily. Tyson is here with us to tell us more about Cicely Tyson. Miss Tyson. Welcome. It's such an honor to have you with us. Thank you. No. Honestly, if someone were to write the story of your life as a novel, I don't think people would believe it. I mean, you started modeling at the age of 30 when most models air hanging up their stilettos. You got your first starring role when you were nearly 50. I mean crazy. That's life. At least mine. Does it seem that way to you? Well, it's remarkable to me that I have arrived. Where I am today, because I had that anticipated it. I made the decision based on things that happened to be along the way. And I just kept going, You know, no matter what happened in my life it did not did not deter berate from reaching the goal that I had set for myself. You write very movingly of your parents, even though you are very honest about the difficulties they had in their relationship, and also frankly, some of the difficulties You had with them. Your memory seems so sharp like I remember you writing about the delicious potatoes your mother would make and yes, at lunch and it just it just amazing to me that you could remember. It's always details. It is amazing, but they was they so impacted my life at the time. Uh, they they affected me in a way that I could not forget those memories and my sister and I sit down sometimes and salivate over them the potatoes and you said her Mac and she's had no equal No one No one and she made a chicken soup that will make you Licked a hair out of your nostrils. Hmm. So So you write about how you kind of fell into acting after a modeling career that just improbable, moderate wing career like you learned literally. Um, a zoo. We said in the typing pool of the Red Cross, and you'd kind of go to the department stores on the kind of the late, Great Lord, Take your lunch hour. That wasn't my favorite place, sadly, just closing its doors. When did you decide that acting? Was your calling? What was the thing that made you say? This is what I have to do. It happened. We could. I learned that I could speak. Through other people. I was very shy child. I was an observer. I would sit And observe and listen and watch people's actions in order to understand what they were. Well, I wanted to know what planted them just say and do things that they did. I sucked my figures for 12 years. I never spoke. Was a silencer, but I was a great observer. Remember, you're writing about the effect. That's a role like sounder had on people where you played Rebecca and I think many people might know the story. Poor Paul Winfield played against you as the Nathan and you played Rebecca and it's It's a story of kind of a loving black couple. Basically, just trying to live against that almost exactly right. Yes, And what amazing was you said that some of the reactions that people got when, like, for example, television writers, saying that they didn't realize that black Children called there Parents, Dad and, Mom, can you imagine that? Understand motion for sounder and after I finished after the film was completed, this journalist said. That he discovered a bit of bigotry and himself. But he realized that this black boy, which should buy first son, Kevin Hooks called his father Daddy. On and when I asked why, he said, That's what my son calls May and I'm not. I tell you, Uh, I was so started to be a few minutes to catch my breath in order. To question What is this man thought? That we were human. You know why Pat my son call his black father Daddy as his sons. Called him and it was at that time that I decided I could not afford the luxury of just big fractures. There were certain issues I have to adjust. And I thought I would use like a rare as why flat floor and you know we can't let you go without talking about Miles Davis. Oh, Yeah, well, you can't because she was part of my life. What do you think you learned from that? I mean, you write about the fact that you all were like the it couple at the time. I mean, you were one of the couples in me. He's a jazz legend. You are a legend in your field. On yet, you know, he had some issues as we as we all know, I mean, he had a serious drug problem and Some other sort of issues. Demons that he was dealing with. What do you think you learned from that relationship? I wish people knew the Miles Davis that I knew. Really because to you can walk into a bookstore and you sing dreams of books about Miles Davis and few people who wrote the books. Yeah. Not only was she feeling they talented, he was brilliantly sensitive, and that is the Miles Davis that people know. I don't know that he was trying to Okay? You have a very forgiving spirit. Well, Isn't that what we're supposed to do? Forgive each other, huh? We don't keep riding a rough truck over a sensitive so you can't do that. People are looking for help. And you look and you see them And you know that they need help. Okay, and you can help them. At least I can. I can always speak myself. Okay on. So what? I realized that he was in deep trouble on that he wanted he wants. He said I don't want to do that anymore. Okay. Uh, So when somebody says that to you And they're asking for help at this. I would try to help them. Before we let you go, Miss Tyson. We have only just scratched the surface of your remarkable life. And I am so honored to have had this time to spend with you. But before I let you go, do you have some advice for younger artists are those just Beginning their careers after you've done so much and seeing so much and been through so much Do you have any advice that you would share Death? Stick with it? Just stick for that. There's a reason why there's always a reason why you keep going in the direction you chose to go. And that is the legend. Sicily Taison, her new book, Just as I am is out Tuesday. Cicely Tyson. Thank you so much for speaking with us. It isn't Even honor by appreciate so much time. Thank you.
"winfield" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Winning meteorologist Austin Winfield News radio 700 WLW 33 degrees right now. Cincinnati police still looking for a three year old boy, who was believed to be with his mother at the time that she was killed near the Purple People Bridge over the weekend Bonds $1 million for the suspect in the stabbing death of a bomb near the foot of the Purple People Bridge on Cincinnati side over the weekend. Not guilty plea was entered for 20 year old Sean Brown is he faced arraignment in Hamilton County Court, police said they were able to connect around the crime through video evidence that they would take victims. Some was reported missing before potential Lattimore was found murdered, and police still don't know what's happened to the three year old. Instigated a search the riverfront and divers to search the river for signs of the boy but haven't been able to locate. I'm Brian Copes NewsRadio seven. Ow! Ow! Things are looking like they're back to normal after Google Services and Web sites ranging from YouTube to Gmail and Google assistant were down across the U. S. Europe and other parts of the world Earlier this morning, it down detector showed the massive outage started sometime around a 6 40 this morning. The tech companies not said what might have caused the problem members of the electoral college meeting today to cast their votes for president and vice president. President Trump in his legal team are still trying to find an avenue to overturn the election. Even after the Supreme Court rejected the latest bid from more than a dozen state attorneys general is usually a routine process. But with the president still refusing to recognize the reality that he's lost, this is now getting a lot of attention. So today across the country electors will meet and cast their votes, cementing Joe Biden's victory, But President Trump is still defiant. He is clinging to his false claims and insisting that quote it's not over even after his legal challenges have repeatedly hit dead ends, and the Supreme Court handed him that crushing legal defeat that is a B C's Mary Bruce. President elect Joe Biden will address the nation tonight after the Electoral college cast. Its votes will have what he has to say covered for you on Wall Street. The Dow up 123 points NASDAQ has gained 1 24. And the S and P s picked up 17 Our next update at 11 30 wreck you Chino News radio 700 wlw Way, saved serious cash with our progressive home and auto bundle and use the money to buy.
"winfield" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Meteorologist, Austin Winfield News radio 700 WLW light rain throughout the tri state and 47 degrees, the CDC is now out with a new case study. Showing Just how transmissible Koven 19 Khun B. Here's a veces Alex Stone with those details in the CDC is new Case study. It looked at now break at an overnight summer school retreat in Wisconsin of 152 attendees, a CDC finding 1/9 grade boy was likely the index patient who prompted now break leading to 116 confirmed cases of Cove in 19 and 38 Mohr probable cases. The boy tested negative lesson a week before the retreat, but developed symptoms while there Masks were not worn at the retreat. Nor was social distancing implemented. The CDC saying it shows rapid spread from a single student among adolescents and young adults like Stone ABC News Now, if you want to know if you've ever had Cove it, you'll be able to get a blood test soon at Kroger stores across the tri state and the country. Test results are could come back in about 15 minutes. It's a $25 test and they should be rolled out All Kroger store pharmacies by the end of November. A green township firefighter has died unexpectedly. Mike Weisman had recently received a kidney transplant from a co worker and was recovering. His family said He's been decorating his home earlier Wednesday and died later that day. The Ohio Department of Job Family Services is launching a new APP to make paying and receiving child support payments a lot easier. The APP, which is now in the Apple APP store, and the Google play will create a smooth Elektronik process for people on both sides of the transaction. Senders will have easy access to the case information and the ability to send electronic payments right from the phone. The person on the other end will receive payment notifications and we'll be able to select How to access those funds. Here's the Bangles update Bangles.
Vatican trial for sex abuse in pope's youth seminary opens
"Trial has started over sex abuse in the pope's youth seminary. The trial has opened in the Vatican's criminal tribunal against two priests. One is accused of sexually abusing an altar boy in the Vatican's youth Seminary on the others accused of covering it up. It is believed to be the first time that such a trial has taken place inside the Vatican's criminal tribunal. Usually such cases are handled, according to the church's canon law. Associated Press correspondent Nicole Winfield
Houston - Galveston County officials warn residents ahead of Hurricane Delta
"Heard heard about about the the Hurricane Hurricane Delta Delta is is going going to to be be making making landfall landfall in in Louisiana Louisiana today today is is back back to to a a Category Category three three Storm Storm right right now now It's It's tropical tropical Storm Storm warnings. warnings. Oh, Oh, here here for for Texas in place for Southern Liberty Chambers, Galveston, Coastal Harris. And coastal Brazoria counties. Galveston County Judge Mark Henry says Delta's Winfield expanded The current forecast, has been updated Tio include a slightly expanded hurricane from what they had previously forecast. All that really means for us is that we can expect some slightly stronger winds than we had predicted about 12 hours ago now. Jefferson County, Texas under a hurricane warning and hurricane force, winds are possible near Port Arthur to
Yoshihide Suga elected as Japan's new prime minister succeeding Shinzo Abe
"News Parliament in Japan has appointed Yoshihide Asuka as the new prime minister. The former Cabinet secretary who takes over from the long serving Shinzo Abe faces an economic slump the ongoing pandemic on increasing rivalry with China. From Tokyo, his Rupert Winfield Hayes as he faced reporters for the last time as prime minister. Mr Abby said he was proud of his achievements and had worked every day to revive Japan's economy and protect Japan's interests. 71 year old Yoshihide Suga. Now has to convince a skeptical public that he is a worthy successor. His election was a backroom deal done between powerful faction leaders inside the ruling LDP. Is to Sergei is known as a tough fixer rather than charismatic leader. He has one year before he must call a general election, but a challenge to his leadership could come well before
"winfield" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
"S. Okay, I mean I'm honestly most excited about what we're doing like I am so lit up around this on TV John and that's not a fake like Oh my God I want people to sign up for that. But the I, think that for me I have to really believe in something really ill it. So passionately known this like tone order to do it. So like if I'm not most excited about this than I can't do it because we put too much. Effort and energy in like while this like. So it's just like we're we're going through the motion trust me I've been there and we've gotten rid of things like we've done things at the beginning right at the beginning of around like the pandemic that we're like going through the motion that I could ever come on. We got rid of it like ignored even launched like. It. But I mean really that and. I I mean, and this little puppy right here who has had this only. She's not a resurgence of associate has used to be actually was not a good dog. Literally all of a sudden she decided she wanted to be a dog it was like living with. A stranger. and. Then she'd see like somebody else are like our house. To Be Lips like what's going on? With. Came around she came around. That's amazing. Bananas. Oh my God. Yes. To not, steal, yours or obviously I'm unbelievably excited about our challenge. It just gets me life nip. that. I think really it's funny. My word of the year for twenty twenty. When we said I said a word that the end of the year railing all, the Vision Board for cutting down the drain whatever. So my word for the year was creation and I was like I'm going to get I'm gonNA be so creative I'm GonNa create so much stuff this year and then corona virus happened and immediately a rare goes my wear green shit like nothing's happening immediately right? Like negative limiting. Should look the other way like much kinda create and the second that you know like we had some immediate like note, that's a failure right off the bat like when we were trying to figure out what to do. I just tapped into Olea. My Word is creation and I'm going to get creative, and I'm going to decide that I can create whatever I one. Being able to create this this new thing this challenge and see like fruits of it, and what happens when you really are just like open your mind and your space and you're just like I'm GonNa. Die In and like try things and create stuff I eat more fulfilled right now and unlike Oh my God my word of beer recreation I'm in creative in it's giving me life. Just really excited about all the opportunities right now to continue to create what we've been able to create. Oh, man I hope you guys both like I hope everybody heard that like you decided that's one of the most powerful things that we can do is to decide that this is how it's going to be your to decide. This is how we're going to show up. So decide right now to do this challenge because it will change your life like poor real I know. It well, like if I were to do this Sean, which who knows maybe I will like I know right now like it will change my life because I know all of the things that go into having to show up for that and you're never gonNA find a community that is more like safe and loving and essentially it's just everybody's coming in there to say you're not alone and I think that's the biggest thing is I will tell you when I was like anxious about speaking. On stage and I was like I can't do it. I have panic attacks I have this I have that I need medication all the stories I told myself it wasn't until I got into rooms where people also said, yeah, I'm really nervous too. Yeah. We might pass on stage. Yeah that could really happen. Let's do it together in in. That's what you're doing. You're just like Kay let's all try this together and let it be a safe spot to lay completely do whatever happens. Like an all you do all your, you're just getting people to the proof which is so powerful, and once they have that proof, you can go and do anything. So I, love what you guys it so many layers in so many levels like it's not just be are in that itself is personal development. So I love you guys I'm so grateful. Make sure you go find them make sure you go follow them you just WanNa throw it your instagram handles for me really quick. Yeah. I'm Jen with one N. underscore gottlieb underscores. Mines Chris Winfield Hris Winfield's. and. Then together, we are can with a CEO. I. Need one you need one soon. So you guys you always know that the biggest thing that you can do for anybody that comes on the podcast if you are listening and you love this episode and they just rocked your world is to tag both of them on Instagram in your stories and tag myself and police please please let us know if you're going to do this challenge and what your biggest takeaway was. You guys know that I always reshare what you're doing but I want like we want to know who we were talking to this conversation was so. Amazing with the three of us talking, but we were essentially talking with you the whole time. So we want to see that was. So make sure you tag the three of us and let us know what your biggest takeaway was an if you're going to be doing this challenge. So you guys I will connect everything in the show notes and thank you both so much for just how you show up in the world I love you I. Adore you hate that you're on the other coast, but that's fine. You're holding it down and until next time earn your happy by everyone. Thanks so much for listening to the show really quick and really important before you head out I wanted to say that if the show did not feel like enough if you don't have a support system, if you've noticed that you are not talking to people in, you're going through a challenging time I have partnered with talks base who I absolutely love it's. An, online therapy that is here to give you support because we all need it right now so whether it's been the months of trying to figure out what life is going to look like or of the uncertainty were maybe you just haven't shared what struggle you're going through. It's going to match you with a licensed therapist from the comfort of your own device. And you can reach out twenty four seven and you'll hear back five days out of the week. Thanks to talk space online therapy. 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Tristan Wirfs agrees to rookie deal with the Buccaneers
"Bay Buccaneers have agreed to terms with first round draft pick Tristan. Worse, the Iowa offensive lineman will receive a fully guaranteed Four year, $16.23 million deal. The team also came to agreements with second rounder Antoine Winfield, junior third rounder Keyshawn von and seventh round. Pick up L. Russell after they signed Tristan works. They have now agreed to terms with all seven of their draft choices
Meet the 2020 National Teacher of the Year
"And Hey congratulations by the way introducing the newly named national teacher of the year she's what every teacher strives to be tributes pouring in for the teacher of the year tab of the Ross Perot I am so honored to represent what's best about education for preschool class in Winfield Kansas meets in a nursing home it is the most joyful experience that you can imagine the residents to become volunteers getting involved with the kids they get read to one on one every single day which I couldn't do a long before in the pandemic school is closed she's now trying to help the kids and the seniors
Japan's economy falls into recession as virus takes its toll
"Official figures from Japan show that the world's third largest economy has gone into recession for the first time since twenty fifteen GDP shrank for a second consecutive quarter by three point four percent down in the three months to March Rupert Winfield Hays says much worse is expected the full impact of the corona virus pandemic didn't hit Japan until April when a nationwide state of emergency was declared forcing much of the retail and entertainment sectors to close down economists are predicting a much bigger twenty percent fall in GDP in the second quarter if so it would be the biggest full recorded in Japan's peace time history but there is also some hope that Japan will be able to re open its economy fairly quickly that has not been a European style look down here and yet Japan has so far succeeded in keeping deaths from corona virus to less than a
"winfield" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Winfield news radio seven hundred WLW latest sweep of the radar is dry right now fifty five degrees and overcast in Cincinnati of video showing about fifty people openly defying Ohio stay at home order has angered local law enforcement my family at risk my friend the risk and they're mocking being tired of thing in a county prosecutor Joe deters sounded angrier than ever about the street party in over the Rhine according to deters a Cincinnati police chief says officers were being coughed upon he would get a report during the attempt to disperse the crowds that people were walking up to the police officers intentionally because hopping in their faces deters telling the Jason Williams show Saturday night that he considers the party of felony attempt to seriously harm people in my mind is that if a prosecutor you're attempting to connect with the goal on the people and that it wanted to call hi Matt Rees news radio seven hundred WLW a firefighter here in district one is the latest first responder to be diagnosed with COPD nineteen about firefighter took the corona virus test weeks ago and is already feeling better we're glad to hear that and he's on his way to a full recovery he just got the results back yesterday also three Cincinnati police officers have been diagnosed as well we'll keep an eye on those numbers you'll see Myer stores limiting customers and enforcing social distancing the company is asking shoppers to limit the number of people you bring along.
"winfield" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I have the family over And then we'll watch the draft online? If it's going to be online or I'll ever they're going to do it and I just plan on spending time with family during that time. I want to take you a little bit back to your college days. Real quick to as well is. Pj flack like like this all the time like what you see. Is that like when when the cameras are off is he. Is he like this all the time percent? Yes he like that. All the time code flick is like someone. I don't know anyone else like host flake is where you know. Everybody has their own perspectives of them. Being around him up for the last three years he is really like that every single day. If this does that rub off. I Made Scott to rub off on fire isn't he? He's always intense always on on. He's always on writers off time for. Pj flack so does that rub off on on on the PL- on the team like does that just kind of give you that extra. I don't know it seems like it would probably Kinda give you a little extra boost every single day. Yeah for sure You know the energy is contagious. You know you you wakes up. Every morning he has all this energy all he does is spread it across the team so the players the coaches so that definitely influences the team Antoine winfield junior joining us on the rich Eisen. Show how are you filling your down time because we are talking about the workout? You workouts. You've been doing and you finding a way to get that work done but this is probably in your life the most downtime because you can't socialize with others so what are you doing. What's billing your spaces? It really just hang around my family school football. You don't get to spend as much time with them so it's been great to hang out with my brothers and my parents. What's the best thing you've either? Watched read or played whether it's video games or net flicks or movies. What's the best thing you've watched read or played probably the best thing I've been playing as mad? You can play my brothers and man when more than just been being played despite we've met so you're the you're winning the in house battle on that you're the best in the House I'll bet and who's your team. Okay right right okay. All right are you in the game. The next one all right. Yes you will. Hey Antoine we wish you all the best. Thanks for spending a little time with us. Hope everybody as we all do. Hope you get through this safe and sound and we'll look forward to seeing where you go in the NFL draft next month. Good I appreciate you guys. Antoine winfield junior joining us on the rich. Eisen show and he's so he'll be waiting for his spot at the. Some of the projections are second or third round and dad played in the NFL for fourteen seasons. And so there's a little bit of a little family. Tradition tradition with what's going on in. That family ran a four four. Five forty in the pre-draft measurable goals so pretty good. Pretty good we'll see where it goes. Five nine two hundred and three pounds columbus native but from the Woodlands Texas. And wait now on what will happen for weeks from now. Which is really. It's got to that part you would think would have to be so difficult to sit and wait for the phone to ring. And whether that's on night two or day and night three whatever that might be for poor player of event ones setup going in so an appears John that will have it as scheduled a month from now. I know that Roger Goodell said even though the GM's visited with Andrew Brandt about this the GM's recommended against it and he said note. We're going to go forward. This is going to happen on schedule. It's going to be interesting to see how teams just I do. Think too when the draft has all settled and that part of it is over. We're going to hear the stories about how teams adjusted and which teams adjusted the best. And what did they do by not being able to meet with people face to face? What were they able to do to overcome some of the issues that they are concerned about like I had mentioned earlier about the what thirty to forty percent that won't have verified measurements the fifteen to twenty percent teams. I won't have a medical grade and one told Tom Fellow Sarah that some teams are really going to this up. And so what? I'm really interested to hear all these stories after the fact which teams excelled in. Why did they excel? Because this is this. Is You know when you look back at twenty twenty and some of these guys. It'll be drafted. There's GonNa be a story a story or two about how one team went after this guy because of this reason and the reason they did that is because of everything situation they were put in right and so that's going to be fascinated me as we look back at this. I'm just thinking down the road. About why certain players went certain places and why they went there right All right so let me let me pull off this conversation just for a moment. I'll tell you hear that the rich Eisen show is brought to you by capital one. They've reimagined banking by offering savings and.
"winfield" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Don't want anything to do with performance enhancing. You know being a hero you know. That's what I'd like anything. Daddy's okay. Were you continue on the rich Eisen? Show Mike Keller and John Audience Guest hosting rich will be back in on Monday. That is the plan as we know it right now. Rich Eisen Chris Brockman Mike Del. Tufo that crew back in and ready to go on Monday so John on Monday. You get the day off okay. Well now you're going to have to come in and do the show that we do in Wisconsin on Monday. But you'll get the morning to just lie around the House and teach your daughter a second grade class right first grade and yeah. That's what I'll do. That's how I usually teach bicommunal first grade math by the way I'm passing. Oh good it's it's not a pass fail course. Jon Oh okay. There's a letter grade involved doing all right. I guess okay. All right well parent teacher conferences. Coming up we'll see how that goes into a couple of weeks. We welcome in Antoine winfield junior formerly of the Minnesota Golden Gophers waiting for the NFL draft. Which is a month from now. Antoine Winfield Junior. Thanks for jumping on the rich Eisen. Show how are you? I'm doing well how you guys doing. We're doing good so let me ask you where you are because that'll preface. What the next line of questions are yes. I'm in the Woodlands Texas. Oh yeah okay all right. So you're you're in you're in Texas. So what are you doing to work out? I mean that's one of the questions. I think we all have for those currently in the League but you getting ready for a draft. Your workouts for the draft are all done otherwise. You'd be traveling around the country to meet with teams. So what are you doing right now? I have Jim At home fortune to have that. So I've been living at home and then as far as still work I've been going to seal. That's about a mile from my house and Just going out and doing position work so they would get some good working now are used to. Are there conversations? I know that one of the things that League officials the GM's wanted to postpone the draft. That's not gonNA happen at least not in the current stead. But are you getting? Phone calls are teams interviewing you instead of in person over the phone. What's this process? Been like since the combine. Yes definitely been different because You know we can't meet face to face so there's been facetime interviews phone call interviews That I've been going through the different than the normal you know. We're happy to their situation. You talk about how you are fortunate enough to have somewhere to work out. And there's a field next year home as well. Have you talked to others? Maybe that aren't as fortunate how. How is everyone else? Are some of your friends throughout football dealing with this and not being able to go out and workout at a facility? Yes so my friends are doing the same thing They may not have a gym. But they're doing homework outs As best they can and they're also still getting Good work in the field. That's close to them so you know they just doing the best that they can do what they have. I let me let me take you back about four years. I guess would be the time frame on this now. Your Dad played in the NFL for fourteen seasons prior to that he played at Ohio State. Mom went to Ohio state. How does one winfield junior not go to Ohio? State man wasn't really recruited by Ohio State. Coming out of high school on there. We go yeah. I wasn't heavily recruited so That's how I didn't get the Ohio state but I will say fan. Yeah so does that create with athletes all the time? Does that create a work ethic or a chip on your shoulder when a program in that case that you would have wanted to have gone to did not recruit you most definitely You know it just gives you that motivation Keep working harder with you. Look at it like that. You know I. I knew I went. I was going to do fine so I didn't really look at it that way. But it's definitely makes you more motivated to do. No Antoine were filling in on the rich. Eisen show today normally. This is rich talking to you but let me give you a little a little background. Here were badgers. Is that okay? I mean we talk what we do a show based on Madison. Yeah you took. You took that acts a couple years ago but we did find a way to to pull it back this last year. You're now I can't hear US talking about the axe so so give me. Give me a sense of what your plan will be now. Nobody's going to draft. It won't be done with players on site or fans on site. So have you thought about how you'll handle that when we get to four weeks from now whether that's on the Thursday Friday or Saturday whenever you might selected what will you be doing at home.
Pope avoids question of married priests in Amazon document
"While the practice of married priests has been proposed for some areas of the world AP correspondent call Winfield reports pope Francis has kept quiet on it the pope is avoiding the question of whether married men should be ordained as priests to address the priest shortage in the Amazon he has avoided the issue all together eagerly anticipated document on the Amazon instead he's focusing on the environmental concerns on the injustice that had been committed against the indigenous peoples of the Amazon and how the church can better
"winfield" Discussed on Amanpour
"Tax cuts pay for themselves but the second biggest ultimately much more important as climate denial and we have a majority of Republicans in Congress simply denied neither climate. Change is happening of those who admit that maybe something that's happening. Essentially all of them oppose any significant action to do something thing about it the IMF and many others talk about how the fossil fuel industry might not even exist if it wasn't for the enormous amount of tax benefits benefit out now cash injections tax incentives and subsidies and not being required to pay the cost of the damage. It inflicts even if you leave a site site. Climate Change The the health costs and the economic costs of air pollution created by burning. Fossil fuels is enormous. It's really the if you take the US fossil fuel sector it basically Once you take account of these things basically destroys about twice as much value added as as as the as the value of the industry so It is a Zombie industry with if we had appropriate pricing and didn't have the subsidies most of the fossil fuel sector after which is go away. So what do you say you are for the greening of the economy and globally. It looks like that's what should happen. What do you say though to do? Voters in Pennsylvania key swing state where fracking exists and even tenant governor who's a Democrat has said a Democrat who comes in like Bernie or Elizabeth is Warren. Who says we're going to? Ban fracking overnight is basically saying we're going to ban your jobs overnight and somebody like Biden new says yes. It's been needs to be changed. But it has to to be done you know Kathleen and with with the you know the correct view of people's jobs and livelihood. What do you say about that? I would say that it's climate change is a massive cumulative problem see. Don't have to fix everything on on day. One so it's okay to have a transition it's also really important to package The climate change package restrictions on fossil fuels with job creating programs Agreeing new deal is a great idea. Not just because there's a pretty good economic as for a lot of investment but also Because it means that. It's not just eat your spinach it's also. Here's here's some here's some people say it will be a Christmas tree with some for everybody. Well yes it would. And that's a good thing so I'm I'm for a a sort of broad based east And and somewhat gradualist approach just because. That's the only way we're going to get this done. So that's that's really interesting because it's not what the very far left of the party is saying and obviously young people like Grettenberger and young people in this country and in many others want a right now approach to it. I mean they're right on. The substance is there every year that we don't stop Greenhouse gas emissions is contributing significantly to the future but On the other hand one more year is not going to be make or break for the planet and it's it's much more important that we get moving on addressing climate change than that we do it the perfectly right way. Now you've of of basically written a large in your book and elsewhere in your columns and interviews about the Republicans bad faith on on this issue. You've obviously probably read the article that Sebastian Mallaby Economics correspondent has written for the Atlantic. Cool it Krugman. He says he basically says he takes issue with what you say. Republicans lukens don't just have bad ideas at this point. They are necessarily bad people. He's basically saying if everybody into that. One basket you. Aw Aw forfeiting the ability to influence even the Republicans and you're not making a distinction between Republican rank and file people or you know the the vested interest leadership who are climate Mala actually is the one who failed to meet the distinction. I thought I was pretty clear in saying that. It's that we're talk. I'm talking about the professional politicians and basically anybody with any principles has been driven out of the Republican Party as a professional politician. Now if we look at all of the people in America who say that they are Republicans. There are a lot of flexibility. They're they're they're quite a few people who don't adhere to the Party line one of the funny things. It's actually really that less informed. Republican voters often have more sensible views than well informed Republican voters. Because they don't know what the Party line is supposed to be so I think the chance of reaching out to a number of people who think that they are Republicans. is Israel and I wouldn't be insulting them But the the chance of reaching out to any Republican member of the House any Republican member of the Senate is minimal. You're just not going to get so. That's the distinction you need to make. But what about the numbers. In terms of votes we see the number of Republicans. Let's say on campus and elsewhere who believe in manmade climate change in that something needs to be done about is increasing. We see what voters are saying about this issue. It is a voting issue for young people both on both sides. What will make you know the people who you despair of the leaders change? Oh I think nothing. Short of repeated massive electoral defeat They they're they're just very very powerful incentives It's anyone who breaks ranks is going to see his or her political career destroyed and post political career destroyed as well. Because you know all of the consulting opportunities will go away so it. It's going to have to come in it. What really comes down? And you have have to convince these relatively conservative voters Who however do care about climate change that voting Republican looking is ensuring that nothing will be done? We've seen. I mean it was interesting. I Greg Thank you center right to Communist Former chairman of Bush's Council of Economic Advisers recently declared that he he can no longer called himself a Republican because of climate change. And that's good for him. He's he's he's he's at least acknowledging reality there so I wanna ask you this because again one of the items in this I I find it fascinating reading the research I find it fascinating eighteen. The yourself came out of university talking about being a technocrat and in fact I never knew that you worked in the Reagan. White House trying to You know bring facts. I think by ten o'clock you meant facts and evidence in the economy rather than than politics. Yes I was the senior international economist. The Reagan Council of Economic Advisers Sup Olitical level. The senior domestic economists was I named was the Larry Summers what happened to him. So but that's interesting listing. Yeah but that was so what happened. What happened because you have become much more political you occupy a very important place in not only in the New York Times? Obviously is a columnist is but in in progressive politics. Well partly it is that I have a different job now. No writing reports boards inside the government and writing newspaper. Columns is a very different a very different thing but it's also the Republican Party itself has changed. I mean the they even even under Reagan years. There was a lot more flexibility a lot. More openness to ideas the process of Zomba vacation the the the Zombie ideas taking over the party was was already underway but it had not gotten this far as it has now so there were still a Lotta reasonable Republicans in the Senate and house in the nineteen eighties. There aren't any now. Well on that category statement Paul Krugman. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you how do you judge someone not by what they say by what they do. We're a nation of doers. What's Mike Bloomberg about doing things? A middle class kid worked his way way through college and Entrepreneur Bloomberg built a global news and information business from scratch mayor of a diverse progressive sitting Mike Bloomberg rebuilt after nine eleven in creating nearly five hundred thousand jobs improving health care and public schools. So now he's running for president. And Mike's the change. We need from chaos into steady leadership from.
Taiwan calls for international support in face of China pressure
"Now to Taiwan with foreign minister Joseph Wu has argued that the island requires additional support from democratic allies to stand up to increase diplomatic and economic pressure from communist China in an interview with the B. B. C.'s Tokyo correspondent Rupert Wingfield Hayes Mr Wu said recent events in Hong Kong proved that Beijing's governance model I've been a complete failure and would never be acceptable to Taiwan the Chinese government face a very seriously they might even dog dealing with Hong Kong issue on the one hand they are not able to promise the poultices on those free election or others demands of war to win the independent investigation up on the police violence in on the other hand if the Chinese government decides that that is going to much and they want to move their force into Hong Kong and deal with the situation many Charlie many people in the world would agree with me that was signified the whole whole faded off the one country two systems so they are caught in the situation that the whole situation is going to deteriorate and they suffer you off the one country to so some auto or a military solution that will also signify a fairly well off the one country two systems so they got one eye on Taiwan when they're thinking about this as well yes in after all the violence and protests activities in Hong Kong in the last three months the public opinion surveys subjects at that thought close to ninety percent of the company's people would reject one country two systems when you look at China today it's difficult not to come to the conclusion that the Chinese Communist Party is biding its time building up its strength and certainly under the leadership of cheating paying now has a and the valves intent to force unification of Taiwan with China in his lifetime it looks like it is that way and now we are working very hard in the trying to maintain the status quo trying to maintain peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait and dog if you look at the key players in the like my to countries like the one of the city's major you countries or Japan in etcetera I think they understand the situation rather well it is China that is trying to chip away the current status quo and they understand that they injure in that and therefore they're raising their level of voice of concern over this kind of situation and they also intensifying their support for Taiwan either diplomatic support all political support or willingness to engage with Taiwan at a high level that was Rupert Winfield Hays speaking to Taiwan's foreign minister Joseph Wu a month before the islands is due to hold a presidential
Trump: We'll deal with NATO countries who don't pay bills
"President. Even trump is in London for talks with leaders of NATO nations. At winfield house he appeared in a morning news conference alongside NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg Altenburg. Trump was asked by a reporter about nations sharing in the cost of the alliance and said the US is treated unfairly and paying. Its share. I I think the secretary general that through some work and negotiation we've increased the budget of countries other than the USA. Say because we're paying far more than anybody else and even as a percentage of thieves gate but we've increased the numbers other countries. Thank by one hundred thirty really billion dollars. It was going down for close to twenty years if you look a
Trump says EU treating US very unfairly on trade
"President trump is in London for talks with the leaders of NATO nations at Winfield house he appeared in a morning news conference alongside NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg trump was asked by a reporter about nation sharing in the cost of the alliance and said the U. S. is treated unfairly in paying its share I think the secretary general's ideas that Bruce and senator she she the budget of other than the USA because what more than anybody else and even as a percentage of GDP but we've increased the numbers that you just dollars it was going down for close to twenty years if you look at
Morgan’s 4 TD passes lead No. 11 Gophers past Wildcats 38-22
"Minnesota jumped ahead twenty one nothing and one and with thirty eight twenty to win all for northwestern the golfers reaching ten regular season wins for the first time since nineteen oh five and seven conference victories for the first time ever for for coach PJ flex team breaking new ground it was quite an accomplishment whenever I picked us to be six in the west you know how I think that's you know you kind of go by where people pick you up from the outside and you know kind of team you have and I remember telling everybody in generous I really like this football team quarterback Tanner Morgan pass for two hundred eleven yards and four touchdowns Antoine Winfield had eleven tackles and forced a fumble the golfers are one win away from clinching their first big ten west title ever awaiting them or their arch rivals Wisconsin less scrap Steen Evanston
"winfield" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"About how to get in the media about win win relationships all these different things and then at night since I do all these different dinners and have amazing relationships with me media people I wouldn't bring in people in the media and that they kicked him in acts in the that was the idea of snack real people as trying to pick something drive the results that you care about the most from building your brand all the way to converting revenue and driving your audience growth off when you advertise only ten you have the opportunity to build long term relationships with your ideal customer audience relationships.
The Grand Tour of George Whitfield
"Seventeen thirty nine what happened here well the grand evangelist himself the Grand Randy Tenor at George Whitfield came to Bruton Parish Church and preached a powerful evangelistic message right here. What's the significance of seventeen thirty nine in the life of George Whitfield well it begins his first American tour it will take him through all of seventeen forty and he will leave in January of seventeen forty he won and he was a sensation. I think in his journal he mentioned that people travel on horseback fourteen mile just to hear this one message to hear this sermon yeah and I know they traveled even further and other places in fact when Whitfield would come to preach most cities would just shut down. They would cancel judicial hearings. Ah Shop would close farmers would come out of the field. They would all come flocking to hear Whitfield pre. No one could compete no-one no-one. What was the title the sermon he gave her the title of sermon is what think he of Christ and is drawn from Matthew twenty two forty two and it's intentionally originally evangelistic because he understood this was a very religious place but without regeneration and without the new birth and so he was intentionally probing the heart and the mind to the chase. Let's cut to the chase. He's got one opportunity what Thinki- of Christ and we are standing standing right here at the church yard of Bruton Parish Church outside and we don't know whether what field was inside or outside likely was probably outside yes so so we are here with him in spirit centuries later and I thought if you could read for us near Great George Whitfield voice a choice paragraph from this sermon yeah to treat S. two yeah this is just one paragraph and it's still early in the message and it shows how just energized he was in the very beginning of this message and so here's Whitfield some and I fear a multitude which no man can easily number are among us who call themselves Christians and yet seldom or never ever seriously think of Jesus Christ it all let me just hit the pause the tax what thinking of Christ what Winfield is saying is the problem is you don't even think about Christ it all and so he goes on to elaborate they think of their shops and their farms their plays they're balls their assemblies and Horse Races Bass for Christ the author and finisher of faith the Lord who has bought poor centers with his precious blood and who is the only thing worthy thinking of alas. He is not in at all and their thoughts or at most in very few of their thoughts but believe me. Oh you earthly sensual well Karnal minded professors however little you may think of Christ now or however industriously you may strive to keep him out of your thought by pursuing suing the lust of the flesh the losted the eyes and the pride of life yet there is a time coming when you will wish you had thought of Christ more and of your pleasure is your less so he is driving at the heart that you must give Christ the place of preeminence. You know it's earlier in the sermon in you. We talked about this earlier. Are this great line from Whitfield. He is unworthy of the name of minister who is unwilling to die for the truth of the Lord Jesus and Whitfield certainly was that he he was he was willing to die and he was often attacked for preaching sermons like this there were death threats on his life and actual real threats upon his life as he even be sleeping in bed and people break into the room and try to stab him to death but Whitfield was willing to die for the message to seal it with his own blood if necessary and a preacher who's not willing to die for his message is rarely powerful as he would live for the message and he did all that for the sake of the Gospel Amen Well. That's Dr Steve Lawson. Listen on George Whitfield on location in Williamsburg Virginia and I'm Steve Nichols and thanks for listening to five minutes in Church history for more ordination or to listen to past episodes. Please visit five minutes in Church history dot com.
The Latest: Potential tropical storm heads for the Bahamas
"O'clock that tropical wave in the Bahamas could become a tropical storm tonight but should stay off shore of Florida's east coast this weekend forecasters expected to strengthen into a hurricane down the road the Florida weather center meteorologist and cut Lasky says not here but that's not gonna be until next week when it passes east of Florida it's gonna be mostly just a tropical storm and then typically tropical storms the Winfield typically the strongest winds are off to the east and northeast and that's where all the active
"winfield" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Not good at telling people about that. In my belief is that those are the people that need the world needs and they're just amazing amazing people and i love like i i feel so unbelievably grateful because i know what the alternative is lake and i say this every friday we do a weekly winds call with my company and i say tell you every friday. I'm like i'm so unbelievably grateful to get the work with you. People doesn't mean anything ever perfect anything like that <hes> but i know when i was able to really i think consciously create that too yeah. I mean it's interesting because it's sort of like you've the thing that got you out of a really dark place. <hes> then woke you up to the power of just being with other people who see the world like you and then turned into this thing which now becomes you're living in your form of service and i think it's really fascinating to me to see how like knowing you nearly pretty well for number of years nazi. How your devotion to doing the work every day on yourself profoundly informed of important for me tinted to see also because i'm constantly struggling with this is to know that <hes> you know like when you had the opportunity to create something and form a team and build the culture that it's always just a reflection of your own inner life yeah and your own inner work is visiting for me to see how like knowing your history history you were you created and were part of an organization where a lot of things were toxic. Allow that melted down you melt it down along with it and when you when you had the chance to to birth something new. It's almost like your. It's like the <hes> the george costanza thing. It's like the opposite saying. It's like you look back at like all the choices like everything that you did back then. It's like what is the opposite ahead of that and that's what i wanna create now. Which interesting to me is that both as as somebody like a friend but also an an entrepreneur and somebody's worked a lot of entrepreneurs is a lot of people think that but when it comes to executing and buildings there are a lot of market tensions that that try and pull you away from it. Conflict <hes> so staying to that core of values and beliefs and practices is really hard <hes> so it's interesting to sort of see you navigate that yeah and it's something that we keep getting better and better win so we have like indifferent ruled. This was something just came up recently where it's like don't saddle so what i mean by that is that we had a couple of different opportunities were constantly hiring people and whereas like this person really good except it's not like one hundred percent like yeah. We're like you know what don't like any time that i've had that. It's never really worked out so like just like it's like that whole thing of trying to get over like the short our term like relief from pain or whatever the pain is too you know for the shortcut and same thing with clients like we have something <hes> learn this from my friend. David nagel is like if somebody on the team like let's say there are some client that one person's percents unsure of a potential client somebody can just pull a red card and no questions asked can't take that on now as somebody who like love sales and that's that's hard but it works bike because you just keep getting closer and closer and there's a lot of people out there. There's a lot like if you come from the abundant mindset which is not my default had become like an to work at it just like you said and be as they start over every daham in fear and all these different things and but if you come from that it just it's unbelievable what winds up happening yeah and it is a practice my natural defy. I know people were that's kind of their default on like man i know i wish i could wake up in the morning and just see the world that way automatic lay a at unlike but i don't but.
"winfield" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Make another dollar and i don't say that in an exaggerated way and then one day from charting doing all these different things becoming much healthier talking to people doing all this like the daily work it just came to me and not this not the business that i do now but just how i can start making money again because i didn't want to do anything around marketing or anything that was like so turned and <hes> and then i started helping somebody and then they started helping another person with like their business and soon as i said hey wanna hire me to do some stuff like yes boom and another person and then i really was in like i had to start learning how to actually work so i got really into product. You're laughing because there's a reason jonathan plays a key part in this but i got really into productivity and then built a business around that and i started writing in in all these major magazine things around productivity in the had this business around that and i i liked it didn't love it. I liked it and started speaking doing all these different things and then i then through <hes> started doing dinners <hes> with my friend selena sue and i we started doing these dinners and then we started doing <hes> we take a mastermind around like you know publicity because that's how i'd always built everything the using publicity and all these relationships and then here's the reason jonathan's laughing is that we're in this small mastermind together. We called the dad. Mastermind and mastermind is like a fancy word for basically four guys that all have kids that are really committed to them but also run businesses and we get together about every forty eighty five days and just give each other feedback and on top of that where i it's. It's one of the closest closest n- group of people bowl that i've ever been part of anything that anyone in their needs i will do you know i feel like vice. Versa in february of twenty seventeen you guys looked at me and i use the plural of everyone takes credit for it worked out. They don't take all the bats they so you guys looked at me and you're like listen anytime that we describe to somebody we describe as our unfair advantage. What do you mean by that said well. If we want to get media media if we want to find like a launch partner a vendor like you're able to just like kind of tech somebody and all of a sudden it's there and i thought about it more more and more and you know we explored. It and i'm very good with people that i trust ah taking advice and implementing. That's one thing that i can say bow myself in in until i took that really to heart and then i'd helped our friend who's also an todd herman had helped him a lot that year with ninety two his big event and tie. He's like you gotta do this. You got to put your stuff together and i'm doing even around how to build these win win relationships how do connect entrepreneurs and media and all that so i want them doing that as an event and it was amazing was like a one day thing was i did not wasn't expecting a business around it. One day thing teach people how to do the stuff that i do bring in people from the the media help them make connections and not around pitching themselves but around creating a relationship so again going back to what i had been doing for selling it was not about about like going in and pitching myself people. It was like all right figure out what i can do to help them and then as a result they wanted to help me and you know there's a law reciprocity like if you i'm do something good for somebody. It has to come back to you. It doesn't have to come back to you from that person. It's gotta come back to you and then there was no business around and it just i did that in the middle of like todd like three day to day thing. He had action nine so we did that together and i did another one and now it's turned into a three day event..
"winfield" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Have a successful business and not train like that was such an integral part of it which now kind of blows my mind eight plus years later and realize like it's almost crazy you to me but that was such a big part and then that's also how all my munem relationships that formed and that's what they're around so yeah that there right from the beginning it started to cause like a there was such a disconnect and it and it sounds like at the same time and also the a new entity was having some issues i mean from kind of from the beginning in it just it just kept growing and growing it and you you know it it just kind of hung along and look great on the outside and complete mess on the inside and it was like a perfect example. I always say for like me. He you know like i was an analogy <hes> because i was still even though i was home and doing all this stuff like i still had this huge tog in me like i would go into my own office and feel miserable and you know realize what am i doing like. How am i really giving back or contributing and and then i was very <hes> outside of recover very disconnected you know i because there was this whole thing about connecting with people and it was so in business was so related to drinking and it was so related to partying and all that and i just i couldn't do that anymore and it was you know that was just not who i was so that the that just kept going on and then a company like spectacularly imploded <hes> you know i guess about two years after that and it was like all the there's got can do for you what you can do for yourself i probably i don't know i didn't have the strength to just leave because that was my identity that was like so much of who i was tied up up in that company i think the same can happen for people in a relationship or you know whatever it is and you just again like you stay stock and it's comfortable to rule was comfortable being income thrown and then that just like all kind of imploded in all the worst possible things that i could imagine like doc all kind of happened and very public just like gross and was like looking back that was one of the best things that ever happened to me in my life life but it felt horrible like facebook memories. I got one from like six years ago. On saturday. Show the gentleman was like about like you know taking the high arrowed and <hes> you know i've just at that time it was just so like you know painful in <hes> going on i m that's also where where everything started to change for me that was like part too in terms of getting sober which felt like the worst day of my life ever waking up in rehab have like literally. I wrote down on a piece of paper. This is the worst thing in my life. I wanted to be a that's a day. I look at every single day the best day of my life. It didn't feel like that now when all this stuff happened. This was like act to for me. This was the beginning and it just it. It still amazes me how we have to now. We don't have to but for me. I've had to go through a lot of pain to get that growth and that's where then you you know the whole mex- part happened. Where mike oh my god. I'm so unbelievably disconnected from people because now you don't have this whole structure to distract you. From whatever level of suffering you're at least you'd go to work and you can be distracted like twenty four seven yep when this massive thing implodes and then it's you and not only do you have the like stripping out okay so here like at that point like yelling married your father in new york city high standard of living really big papi's living close at gated community down in florida..
"winfield" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Welcome to wellness explore at weston dot com a member of marriott bonvie so this happens and the same time. Everything's falling apart in the company that you're at this is becomes a catalyst for us. K things need eight to change but you also. You didn't decide to go somewhere else. Let me i wanted to find my own thing but despite the are yeah and i just started learning and that was like that's how i've learned everything like just online trying myself like no no. I didn't have a mentor. I didn't have any training he named or anything. I just started like reading and learning and just trying things. It always sounds so much better in looking back like being gree- <hes> but i mean as hell you know. I think that that's like an important thing to remember like. I was broke as a joke for a long time. <hes> you know all really long time and but then i would again like i was still tracing like i'll be happy. There's been a big team for me. It's like i'll be happy happy when i when i get to this when i don't have to worry about this and i just remember like never never works and works for thirty minutes like whatever those goals are remember like the first time i got like a nice car and driving and home from new jersey and for some reason put in new jersey and <hes> <hes> and i feel i felt great for thirty minutes. I driving and like you know smelling the new leather all that in p._m. W and i just want him way. Make actum york city and it was gone. I was like oh man. This is so sad to drive this back and get the bigger shinier <hes> and then that would go that would last thirty one minutes. Maybe but still you're so even though your feel do actually here's my curiosity when you look back. Can you remember like that was what happened or do you do. We call actually feeling that in the moment while you're literally like you're driving it and by the time you hit new york city like okay so that was nice but what's next yeah i this is an interesting. It's such an interesting question because i sometimes wonder about out my own memory like i think i i have. I think we all have this ability to like. You can change what your actual memory is so. I don't know if i felt that right. How deeply like i in my mind. I can see it and i can feel it exactly as it happened. I wonder if that's exactly the way like if i had that. Realization perspective is so unbelievably powerful and perspective. Can you know i can see it so clearly now. I'm wondering at that time in like you know two thousand four or whatever how how deeply i felt that because i mean so you start a firm this was ten twenty <hes> because the office was on in ten east twenty first street and then at that time numbers came up before directories were so important like yahoo was like a director and that was so important so numbers came up before letter so always be at the top of any list the s._e._o. That's big s._e._o. Okay and that was also so that was in a part of new york. City where back then it was considered. There was a small slice of manhattan that was considered silicon alley. We were we were chasing silicon valley address. <hes> for non yorkers had been in the heart like whoa everything was happening in the tech world the new york city and all the explosive growth and everything is your intention at that point. You just build a giant my intention. When i started was us get money coming in meaning like instead of getting the job. It was a really that like again like i did not have that mentality yet of really wanting wanting to be an entrepreneur or do something remarkable or anything like that. I was not at that level in my life. Where aware that really that really matter. I mean i was very still very self. Consume so. I was like all right. Well bill to help people doing this doing a better better than we had been doing. It and you know make enough to live on dad sued. You started this alone or with other people <hes> my wife well. We weren't <hes> camerin but my ex-wife dating at the time yeah exactly so which adds.
"winfield" Discussed on Good Life Project
"That whole time <hes> uh-huh and then that's like right after is like when we wanna believing and then starting <hes> starting my own company yeah i mean i think that was a catalyst for so many people just make some really really abrupt changes us both having been in the city your home at the time it was funny. Sometimes wonder <hes> it was it was it was such a traumatic window experience for everybody for like the entire country but for those who were in new york and who are were were new yorkers that day i it was different. You know there was there was something that is just indescribably visceral. That changed almost pretty much. Everyone i know who is here that day yeah <hes> especially just all the different. There's like lots of different reminders for me so for example all i lost a lot of people <hes> and i remember one of my friends girl who then i'd senior like two days before and bumped into at the gym and she was i think she was with her mom and remember drinking fiji water and she was like oh. That's that's my favorite water. So anytime that i pick up a bottle of feed you and i always remembered that and it wasn't like i wasn't super closer anything like that but but it just like that that interesting like different little things like there was <hes> there was a kind of a massive wall in new york where people just started taking tiles salou ceramic tiles <hes> with people's names or just remembrances and put posting them on offense and became his massive sort of like back just crowdsourced memorial <hes> from thousands of people and you go there and it was just it was complete silence here in as she just walked and lucked <hes> and my wife and i just literally walked by that spot <hes> you know years and years and years later and there are still <hes>. It's still there. There aren't nearly as many tiles many meh have gone away over the years but there are still many up there and i was amazed as how in a moment it's like just seeing this like you're back there. It takes back yeah. It's crazy. It's like the surface area. <hes> i love traveling checking out different parts of the world and also routine. It really helps me sort of keep feeling good and keeping your wellness routine while traveling that i've discovered can be pretty challenging unless of course you stay at a western hotel and resort so at westin hotels hotels resorts. They have a single goal to help you travel. Well in fact lead say it's more than just to go. It is their entire reason for being the range of wellness offerings have been curated with one thing in mind you saw it west and you'll find nutritious offerings on their new eat well menu on demand workout gear with fitness gear lending and a restorative night's sleep in their heavenly.
"winfield" Discussed on Good Life Project
"And i saw a lot of the same things <hes> and i remember having similar struggles not so early but i remember in high school and reflecting back on that it's funny because you look at like well the haves and have not we didn't we weren't really the have nots you know but when it was i mean we live such lives of comparison that when you look at just astonishing wealth it make somebody who's actually like the family's fine and everyone's good and everything great. It's like there's something that happened to our brains where it just kind of flips into this mode of wow a what was me exactly yeah and i have this story that i had like no money growing up because that's how we kind of lived but that's not really the case when i compare myself to somebody who truly is in like desktop too but comparatively i. That's how oh i thought because we had we couldn't just go out to dinner. We have you know like things like that but i believe that and i chased that for so long and and i still you know i can still revert back into that yeah well. I mean we're living in new york city. So it is all you have to look up and you see it around us on every corner exactly so when you went off when you went to college albany so when you when you went to open in the back of your mind was this early the first step towards that big master goal no <hes> i went. I had no plan. I had no there is nothing like i wound up going to me because it was convenient my father had and we'll pay for a state school and then want to do anything more a just went there because i think that was like the first place that i went to the college college tour like and i went also buffalo and it was snowing the entire time all right. Let's go here to albany. Which albany just is a weird thing as upstate upstate new york the the actual campus was designed for arizona to create wind so you here on campus like fifteen degrees colder the miserable and i hate it. I i hated i just because i was so unhappy. As a person you know i struggled struggled with an even realize it was struggling with addiction and drinking in all these i i didn't realize at that time thought that's what everyone did and be the people i was around. Were we're like that and i had no had no plan. I you know some people say like going knew exactly what i was going to become an entrepreneur and all this and that was not my that was not my store what you end up actually studying political science. I used to want to be a lawyer which is funny because i studied political assigned to and the only reason was because my senior i could not figure out like what i should do to graduate so finally i'm just like i have enough courses in this. <hes> i had no intention engine of being a lawyer at that point either. Even though i ended up going down that path <hes> so you come out of there and this this was in the late nineties early two thousand right at the early two thousand so this is a really interesting time like in the economy and dot com world too yeah and i was looking for a job so again. I'm an entrepreneur for almost all of my life but it was not what. I didn't think that that was possible for me. So what were you doing when you were younger. <hes> no no nothing meaning in my adult life. I've been and entrepreneur but i so i'm so here's interesting thing in my immediate family. Not only only am was that the first person to become an entrepreneur. You know on the first person that we're gonna school system. Oh no kidding so my parents were both school. Psychologists ecologists then my brother became a school psychologist. My sister worked in school so i was like the first one to not do that so i they're. They're looking you know trying to get different jobs or whatever my sister introduced me to this guy who was a family friend of like like her husband's family and he used to be like a huge <hes> pharma executive and she's such a good guy..
"winfield" Discussed on First Things First
"To talk about with lots of cool people make mr winfield news the little hand competition cc likes to do i think we might have a guess finally that got trumped on the six foot seven inch dave winfield okay all right we're gonna talk levian bell in a second but first spe mckay luke keeps finding ways into our program with the lob from half court cat not related to my own show what does this guy keep being an are highlight reel elicit that some of our staff really does like him he is playing for the lakers so it's relevant team now but also i didn't know yet get up young fella see i mean he's six six agai six six dunkin the basketball is not a feat okay okay no i i just har a little has into a spin move with a nice finish another one of the young lakers core josh heart a little lakers cavs game went to double ot yesterday josh josh heart you'll always be very careful with any summer league evaluations but josh heart looks like a more refined player than i would have expected already and you put to nba superstars on the court with them either leave he's only going to get better lebron likes them former arizona wildcat kobe simmons with a nice sweet potato first of all how do you get in the nba before you should discipline watch on the pass here watches one too i think that was fine baby stepping five fine fine did you call it a sweet potato yesterday you told me no more yams so my new word for no one got it we're sticking in the carbohydrate family and okay well we'll try again tomorrow we tried today every day we'll come back why don't we do this why don't you here we go why don't you ask nick knight about those little knowledge so so we can kind of bring you at home twentyfirstcentury i did ask as generally is the case this is what happened here here's was we just gave you other foods that weren't yeah away while in discuss this more off the air but sweet potato i honestly when you set it you said it so confidently yeah like man the new lingo is has passed me by bat deng being called a sweet potato hands i have it on the air anyway we are basically in the outfield at nationals park here site of the mlb allstar game two beautiful day the grass is very well manicured what kind of grasses it see green that's what it's a blend you told us yes to hybrid don't wanna get into it we lost our viewers yesterday talking about it into the grass the high get to now let's talk some nfl now stop me if you've heard this one before i'm sure you have lady embel in the steelers not able to get a long term deal done before yesterday's.
"winfield" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Oh yeah that's himself dave winfield keti here darah okay the lefty yeah that's old school stuff right nineteen eighty six allstar you find nineteen eighty six all star where did you find all this stuff okay bego so what's on your mind tonight talking about how much the yankees are so great and your buddy joe and evan okay evan evan checked out a message last headed tickets today lcs gang number five hanky stadium i got two tickets i tell you what thanks for the call you know it's a got you gotta do stuff like that it can do what the families tony how are you all right man how you doing okay hey you know i wanted to discuss the yankees a bit you mentioned lynn frazier tony i i'm looking at clinton for asia a guy who could be the future center fielder for the yankees i'm not sold on aaron hicks to me erin hayes is a guy who had for low average and actually the guy to me it's more a fourth outfielder i don't know how much longer he's with the club just to be honest gardner and fraser would put tune in laughing eventually frazier would take it over and then when he got stanford i said okay i plans out the window me frazier's a guy could be a five player he's got a good arm he's quick he can steal basis i think he has a parent average ceo quick as bad as he was hitting three sixty two in.
"winfield" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"Jewell's winfield one accra steven to accra a rufus three worker or del robbie four and major marquee sworn five ochre incorrect thoughts but okay oh man with tear it let's hear at master of film number love to hear what you know backer of is ongoing steven from genuine chained while i think that he was really good in that role um it's not it's just not enough compared to the other ones for me came number fours rufus which is a very serious of a much smaller role in the kill bills to kill bill movies but i thought it added a lot to to those scenes saulgau hidalgo rufus for number three major marquees warren from the late the more i watched it moving it's on movie channels the more i enjoy it yeah i'm finding myself like kinda thrown in on every once in a while and i and i'm enjoying it more and more um but yeah that's number three for me never to although ordeal robbie i think jacob brown is a phenomenal movie um i think it's a little under appreciated for tarantino's movies and then number one jobs when field because that is kind of the quintessential samuel jackson arentine only character yeah that's only film i've seen by lack i kinda figured that as you were rink but you still pretty good i mean after all that slander you started with trees aengus wants to know how many mba crimes have you witnessed so to all of them.