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"josh beam" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"I don't think that would have happened to him again. You never know We yes I think. That's probably the best bad naming that would set England on or the UK or wherever technically it's located on fire they'd have to. I know when we stayed in big enough to hold that fight. That's how big that would fight would be over there and again. It makes sense that Josh. We've got all these belts furious with matchup though. I mean if I'M DR. I probably I don't know because it's a bad situation for him. 'cause the two guys unified or wilder or a fury water. While you're better technically sound him can knock you out at fury just a better fire to you. So see you risk a knocked out of your risk just getting out box for twelve rounds not really necessarily a good position for Josh Beaming know take no reason to beat them. So under upsets happen and I. In my opinion him beating fury would be an upset Just because of the just how dominant fury looked in both in specially this match even in the last match to a degree and just the fact that obviously Joshua has had his missteps and furious defeat at the moment so plus the way he boxes is like weird so it's not like he doesn't make him like that easier target to hit so yeah. I think that's probably the next. I'd rather see that than what happens with that. And I would would see she fury water park. Three you know. They a rematch clause in their contract where they could trigger A rematch if I'm wild as people like let's let's get him some. Let's get him. Let's get into boxing training. I four have invite as very again the you can't. It'd be hard to they make a lot of money. Doing you'd be hard to sell the general public on seeing that fight again after what we just all happen to outer on Saturday no it was like why would we watch. What's going to happen and again you'd have to convince me while I was going to train completely different into everything differently in this fight which there's no guarantee of that. So why would I respect my money and waste my time watching a beatdown again? I'm GONNA guess that you like watching it'd be down and nine year. We will have more than one spot on your money but I am also personalize watching good fights and more good not bad. I'm just like competitive. Back and forth redundancy lifelong getting pummeled the whole time as miserable all Saturday. So I'm always out on water fury three at the moment. My mind may change Soon but as of right now I'm out. So give me Joshua dyson fury in Wembley or whatever. The biggest stadium have over there or even make a bigger stadium. I don't know what they need to do to get to to to fill that to told as many people as they can't let me like I said the entire any person over here is going to want to fight so they're gonNA need PA bigger volume than they currently have over there. But I would all be for that so like I said. We'll see we'll see what happens this week. There's any news coming out about things or Josh were saying he does or doesn't want fight. Ghazi. Let's ray onto referring to fight. He was gonNA fight which that'd be weird So those guys are C- May trigger that rematch clause who knows but Mike Tyson fury. He's the man. He's the best heavyweight at this point time and it just might be Tim. That's my thoughts on that. And I mean Josh were always belts. Let's see I would love to see I would quote the the Great Mony mean I would like to see it so so fully. Santa's last break when come in and do a little quarterback movement roulette type of game where? I'm going to pick a team picture quarterbacks and then say which one adversary base on like skill how much a cost like the where teams at In there like stage like if they are rebuilding Win Now playoff eighth EPA thing and it could be from any of the free agent quarterback could be teams have potentially might trade for quarterback even potentially teams could draft a quarterback In April so lazy. We'll talk about all that stuff and play the game right after this. Stay tune.
"josh beam" Discussed on Magnify Him Together
"Welcome back everyone to magnify him together. Other podcasts this brother Josh Hodge with you for Episode Number Twenty Two and part three of the series entitled Mighty Lessons From Mighty Men and part three is entitled Old Eleazar the son of Dodo the whole white now we've been talking about mighty lessons from mighty men in these mighty men specifically David's mighty men are men which would take up a spear like Joshua beam the hack night or a sword or a sling and they would kill another human and we wondered how could this possibly relate to us but the fact of the matter was is that they were doing God's work they were removing people that represented sin that were sinful and Paul tells us in a fusion six that we too are have armor in armaments the sword of the spirit of the helmet of salvation the shield of faith faith that that's the armor of God and while we don't fight against flesh and blood gains humans as they did we do fight against says the wiles of the devil against sin which is tricky and deceitful and so while we read of the stories in the Old Testament in particular of mighty men and women. Carrying out these actions which seem far removed from us today there are mighty lessons mighty spiritual lessons that we can take now. Today's story story is about the next mighty man after Josh being the heck night in its Eliot Spitzer the son of Dodo the whole white wow what a name we don't often think of him but definitely a memorable name so what did Eliot Spitzer the son of Dodo the Hawaii do now. There's a few things to note in his story. He has it's too versus compared to Josh beams one verse and its Second Samuel Twenty three verse nine and ten and we notice that first of all he was fighting the Philistines now the Philistines actually represented sin. Did we can see the lesson coming right away. He fought against sin. The Philistines were the people called the uncircumcised those out of covenant relationship with God. The word Philistine is related to a word which means wallow wallow in the dust like a serpent and so Elliott was fighting sin. He was fighting the Philistines now. It says they defied the Philistines to defy something. You must be active to do so you must take action. Do you remember Goliath. He says I defy the armies of Israel. This Day probably said it with a much deeper in scarier voice but that's what Goliath. Breath did he came out and opposed the living and true God and here is not the Philistines of posing. It's Eliot Spitzer and the Israelites opposing the Philistines signs. They were on an offensive. We could say now. There's something else that we notice. We noticed that Eliezer of rose <music> says verse ten that he wrote that is a word of action. Somebody who's ready to do something it was calculated and deliberate move move from him not somebody that was apathetic. He wanted to take on the Philistines but do you know what happened. It says they were gathered other to battle. The men of Israel were gone away always help left him all his brothers his brothers in arms left him and you have Eliot Spitzer by himself with a sword how disappointing how upsetting how depressing how lonely Elliot's or would have felt but what does he do it says he arose a word of action he rose and smoke the Philistines until his hand was weary and his hand clave unto the sword. It doesn't say he ever finished. Finished them off but he kept on fighting until he was weary his hand clave onto the sword and we know in Fijian's the sword is the sort of the spirit which is the word of God and he used the word of God to speak to fight against sin. That's what we must do but you know afterward says he alway- wrote a great victory you see while he stood there by himself and deliberately in in a calculated measure fought the Philistines who's never his victory. It was God's victory and it was difficult difficult. His hand clave to the sword going on an offensive in the truth isn't always easy. It might mean speaking things things that we ought to declaring the truth that are God's name would not be mocked but more importantly than all of that. Perhaps perhaps this is the lesson because here you had somebody who is by himself when all those forsook him and while he won the victory it wasn't he who won was God but it comes with the next phrase because after there was that victory it says the people returned after only to spoil. Could you imagine all of the work that he had done in all his brethren now want to return. Earn can you believe that they'll happily come along that says they returned after the spoil think about it in relation into the Lord Jesus Christ. Do you remember what it said of him. He was despised and rejected or forsaken taken of men. A man of sorrows acquainted with grief. Jesus family left his disciples left him. The Jews left him the Romans put him to death but he has borne our griefs carried. Our Soro's Jesus was forsaken. He knew the tasks that he had at hand was for the benefit others and isn't that the lesson of Elliott Zor the son of Dodo the hope that we have to stand up for what's right Stephen if we're standing alone and in so doing we might even help others we might provide them spoil benefit in the truth truth just think about it a memorial meeting on a Sunday the hours that are put in for the pianists Sousse to practice and get there early to set up from those that set up the memorial table. Perhaps they make the bread or they buy the bread and they get it ready the presider who has to organize all of the people to do. The prayers and the readings the executor you spend ten twenty thirty hours preparing some thoughts all the Sunday school teachers use those that give the prayers the readings and prepare them ahead of time those who come early to open up the collegial hall or those who stay late to close it down and you think about all of the hours and yet some people get to come sit in their seats and be refreshed by wonderful careful memorial meeting and maybe it's your. I think this is all the work that I've done in people can just show but isn't that a wonderful thing. It's our job to serve to sacrifice and to love that others might reap the benefits because that's what the Lord Jesus Christ did in a way in which we can never replicate like heated but it's also what Eliot Spitzer the son of Dodo the Ho- I did a wonderful example a mighty man providing us with a mighty lesson and remember we don't wrestle against flesh and blood like Eliot Spitzer did but we stand against the wiles of the devil we fight against sin we put our spiritual warfare in front of us taking on the armor of God taking on the power of his mind well next time in our series of mighty lessons from mighty men..
"josh beam" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"To play for a national championship in am i gonna get a chance to get to the nfl in three years in both of these programs have it's a really good track record saying yeah you're gonna get a chance to do both of those things so they decided could be am i gonna get a chance to play for the national championship or am i gonna win the national championship an i mean i think it it probably has a small amount of the deciding factor for some of these players but i don't think it's huge i think so much john eight rochester a oh my my final question twice but i mean you need that let's say alabama loss and then what is is there not a perception then two straight three out of four cleansing winning in recruiting i mean yeah i think i think you're right the headline yourself kanter oh yeah i mean certainly that that that makes a huge difference an end when when cleansing goes to recruit the same guy that alabama this pretty her alabama goes to recoup the same got at clemson recruiting they're definitely playing off of one another so yeah i mean there's some significant there i'm just not sure that a that high school kids are thinking about what happened through forty years ago there so in the now right now that they're thinking about what happens this season now what happened to a three years ago history assorted they're relevant to those guys understand a judge great piece so really if you haven't you you need to enable dot com thank you for joining us thank you very very much thanks for having me all right everyone everyone alabama's talking about this and clemson today is a very important piece in it shows you whatever you want to show you but a while they were paying attention or josh wrote what day break more of your phone calls after this pride passion then pageantry of college football leaves here he's still paul finebaum bombshell we podcast us a eight five five to four to seven to eight five is a number and let's keep going in a chicken steve in georgia next steve go right ahead paul georgia tech fan here it's a privilege to talk to you thank you very much i'm on a call with the fcc he's prediction but i'm a powerful josh beams comments i think this is the year the coaching turnover catches up with alabama i don't see them making the playoffs paul i think it's gonna be it or john in the tigers well listen a i thought i thought what he said was really interesting in a way you could always tried gas one eight dynasty crashes in and usually they crush pretty hard they don't just slowly get worse a but i mean there there's some reasons to at least digest what he said and be concerned i i still think alabama i disagree a but again i'm kinda stuck on dhamma been it's you it's gonna take something forget me off of their bandwagon at least the get to the playoffs but i do think she has a lot of momentum wet right now i will agree if you are now all right yeah see that's my only concern outlive right in the middle of the intersection of of everything end be scc fans around around the world with in metro atlanta don't even consider missouri hardly being in the conference but if you look they are fixing their roster they have a lot going for it in their mind dark horse team to win the east east i think georgia will lose early to texas ain't him at home and i see them i see them also 'em georgia will lose a a again in auburn.
"josh beam" Discussed on 710 WOR
"But no one spends enough time planning their financial future. Matter of fact, most people spend more time planning their family vacations, and they do their own financial future. And my hope is this book will not only educate readers, but motivate them with some of the principles that talk about to get off their seat and do something about becoming financially independent now, that's great. And I think I tell people this with regard to that quote that we here in our industry of most people plan more for their vacations than they do their retirement. I would say plan for your retirement in an equal amount. As you plan, your vacation, you don't need to be too. Preoccupied? Once you have a good plan set in place. What's your what's your comment on that? I agree a hundred percent with you. I think sometimes people can over complicate things. And that's why the title of my book is commonsense ball, you know, use some common sense common sense will get you a long way you as you said if you do the work upfront, and you put a good solid plan together. You don't have to spend hours a week looking at it. It should do a lot of work for self. And then you just revisit it. Maybe two three hours a year. You know, every three to six months just look at the plan. See where you are. So I agree with you. I think sometimes people can over complicate things. And when you over complicate things, you get confused, and when people get confused, they just don't do anything about it. And that's why folks you should get the book common sense bowl two to three hours. Spend reading the book and also going for financial consultation can change your life. And it doesn't have to be that time consuming. Three books had been shipped to her office for. Giveaway for the first three of you who schedule and keep your no-obligation review by calling us at eight eight eight nine eight eight Josh or you could pick up the book at the common sense. Bulldogs com. Why do you think so many people put off planning for retirement? You know, naturally, we procrastinate with things as human beings because life is so busy, you know? I look at my own life. I've got two two young kids there in lacrosse, and baseball and basketball and football, and I have a career my wife has a career and so life is so busy that many times. People will say I don't have time to do that. Versus saying I have to make time. So I think a lot of it is in today's society. We are so busy that people just use that as an excuse. And I do truly believe is. It's an excuse. I know everybody's busy. I know there's a lot of priorities with family and a career. But it kind of goes back to the old adage is you have to pay yourself first. I mean who wants to work thirty forty years and not have nothing to show for it. And that's the thing again is trying to motivate listeners and readers to invest a little at a time in yourself, your your most important asset. And if you do that, you'll be greatly rewarded down the road? How would you suggest somebody starting out who's been part of what I call the procrastination nation. How would you get more of advisors group author of the book, we're giving away today called the common sense bull? What are some techniques to get people sort of outside of the procrastination nation. You know, I think if we can create a sense of urgency in this industry for people and actually show them on paper and truly educate them that what the end game can possibly look like with just a little bit of work and a little bit of discipline. I think as human beings everyone's smart enough to make the right decision. The problem is they need to know what their options are needed to be presented to them in a way that they understand it. So I think as an industry, we've gotta do a better job of educating folks instead of just talking about the hot stock, and you know, what's the next Amazon is just kinda focused back to just a common principles that have been from the start of time of the things that you need to do on a month in and month out basis to build wealth. And I think when someone sees that it doesn't need to be a tremendous amount of percentage of your income getting put away that they'll see that these goals are actually attainable. And when you can show them and articulate. To them that the what the end game can look like I think that's enough to motivate them to move and get in the right direction at the end of the day. If it's not then they just have to look themselves in the mirror and say, they're not going to get to where they want to be financially. So what are some tips starting out that you give clients give give us your top through. So, you know, the first the first thing is for someone who's just starting out. Okay. I just met with someone. He's a child of one of our clients, and he's just getting into the workforce. And he wants to know where what he should start investing and what I normally will do with someone who's just starting out. It's just advising the us some type of index fund or index ETF just kind of get a taste of investing in it forces them to be diversified. Because when you're first starting out, naturally, you're not gonna have enough money to be able to properly diversify by owning a lot of individuals securities stocks and bonds, so using an index. On generally is the best way in my opinion for someone who's just starting out. And then as you see it grow. It's like an addiction. Once they start to see that wealth, grow Bill wanna learn more and do more to get their. Secondly, I get the question is how much should I start putting away each pay period? And the first thing that usually pops in people's mind is ten percent of your salary to set aside. I kind of take a little bit of a different angle is I like to sit down and do a cash flow analysis for the client to see how much disposable income they have and then allow them to enjoy some of that disposable income and save some of it. So we kind of worked together to come up with a goal because at the end of the day. I think some people actually go to the extreme where they may save so much in forgive me for being so blunt have a miserable life and not enjoy it. And that's not good either. You need to have some balance twenty you mentioned that. We'll get to that third thing. But I we gotta take our first break the our folks if you like what you're hearing. We have cash flow analysis tool as well that we will give to you all the two for one special will give away the common sense bowl book by Gabor of key advisers group, and I will throw in the cash flow analysis tool. It could be a great gift your kids grandkids people just starting out or I mean, heck I dealt with people were millions of dollars. And they don't know where the money's young. And they love the just the exercise of seeing where their money is going so call eight eight eight Josh eight eight nine hundred Josh beam on the first five who schedule and keep your no obligation review by calling us at eight eight eight hundred eighty Josh this week will be in Long Island, New York City. Hackensack Tom's river short hills. Red Bank in Princeton, New Jersey, as well as Connecticut and Pennsylvania, so call us now, and for those Delaware listeners, I believe that he's from Delaware. So we have a lot of lot of Delaware listeners. 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"josh beam" Discussed on 710 WOR
"You were talking about protection as we left off. So I want you to continue that thought Susan. Yeah. When life is changing things are at risk things things you care about might be at stake in could be relationships. It could be your health. It could be your earning capacity. It could be where you live or whatever it is before we start to work with someone and put them through a financial transition planning program. We want to know what is most important what sacred in their life. So we get to know them. But we also know how to protect so if you're someone who's has this experience think about that. What do you need to protect to make sure people who are going to guide? You know, what that is? The next thing that we wanna do is we want to go through a sorting process. You don't have to make all the decisions in one's at once. In fact, you shouldn't. But the question is which. Which ones and we all get a little bit fun Dover with this when we can get obsessive on this or that. Or maybe everybody saying hurry up do this do this where there's a professional that wants to get something completed. So you go through a list, just do a brain dump of everything you're thinking about you should do wanna do could do people think you should do make a whole list just keep going, and then hopefully with some guidance you go through and you look at what is urgent. What is it that if I don't do this? Now, there's a tax penalty or there's an opportunity that never happened. So there's a relationship that could be harmed. If I don't say something over here. So you find the small things the small list, they could be big things small list, and we put those into the now category. So instead of doing ten or twenty you're doing three, maybe. So you know, that's what urgent and the next group you go back over that list. And you say, well, okay. What's not urgent? But what's important? What do I really need to figure out? What information do I need? What what kind of stress testing? Do. I need what accounts to transfer. And that all goes in what we call a soon list, soon me important, not origin. And then everything else is left on that page goes into what we call leader. And they're the things that you just can't get to because of time because you don't know enough yet. It's not ready for it. But they're important. So they go in the list, so instead of a big jumble. There's just a lot of noise in your head. And it's too much. And you don't get any one thing done. Well, you organize it now urgent and important soon. Important not urgent later important. But for another time. That actually comes the brain. And we can see it when we work with people. Josh when we when we let them download everything I say, get it all out. And then when they see it organized like that you can see on their face and their body. They just start to relax now. They only have two things or three things to do instead of twenty and they have somebody who's helping them organize. It. Decision freeze on what about a war with Susan Bradley, author of sudden money, which is our free giveaway. If you call us and schedule and no obligation financial transitions conversation at eight eight nine eight Josh or you could go to sudden money dot com. But Susan I think of a couple scenarios where I mean, this is very real my own life lost my mother and father, my within six months of each other. And they were such a vibrant part of my business in my life and the help with our kids. I mean, we have five kids ten and under. He was oh, do you have a nanny? No, we didn't grandma and grandpa. They helped us, and you know, in a lot of ways it's like losing my. You know fuel for life. Yeah. Yeah. You know, I saw families. Okay. So my my sister, and I we don't want to think about it. You know, we wanna go away. Cried one of not really come to my other sister. She wanted to do everything you wanted to clean out the house. She wanted to organize. She wanted to get all the affairs in order. I mean, she was at the surrogates office the next day pretty much. Okay. How do you navigate? There there. I guess to people and how they deal with grief. Some they want to do it right away. And then some they wanna put it off. And then sought and putting it off so bad thing. So how do you when you're dealing with those who are just paralyzed with grief? What do you do in grief can take many shapes? Remember by mother when when we lost my dad's six months ago, she just wanted to get everything in order, and that was how she was coping and. And she passed. Thereafter. But her focus was I want to get this done. I want to get this done. So then I can kind of get on with life and start grieving, and if you're powerless, and I see this when we have people call us at eight nine hundred Josh reviews, and you know, they'll come in. They'll know they need to do something. And then they get paralyzed. They don't want to do anything. Right. How do you know what to do from a financial planning perspective? And then how do you know when analysis when it's too much paralysis? You know what I mean like it? It is good to wait and let things sit for a little bit. But how do you wrestle with that tension since you're an expert this? Well. Well, I'm by the way. Yes. I would say that I have an expertise and that was earned over twenty years of doing the work. It was really hard to see an answer to something. Like, you're asking. Now at the beginning when we were still and when I train new people, it's it's kinda hard. So here's the deal. What you just described is different styles of coping with grief and change and stress. Some people are what I might call a gunner. They just want to get it all done and the doing is soothing to them. It's essential to them. And when you're working with someone who has that style. It doesn't work to say, oh, don't worry about this just, you know, year from now, we can take care of you have to you have to go where somebody is. And the skill set though is to line up and get things done that they are really ready and capable of doing. But be very careful that you're not doing things that are unchangeable irrevocable, particularly in the beginning, give them room to figure it out. If somebody says, I want to change this trust, for instance, I'm now the trustee and sole trustee, and I wanted to do this great give them lots of process to figure out why they wanna do that how they wanna do that gives them some time to process rather than just be reactive. We want people to respond. React. So a gunnery is going to be active, but you wanna be keeping them safe during that period of time, but don't want to deny them that so self soothing feeling of moving forward. Other people wanna cave, they just wanna go, and and just, you know, kinda cover their head with the grief until it's all over and then come out, and that's okay too. If that's so soothing, but you don't want someone to miss some important deadlines and some things that need to be put in order or to relinquish control because they don't feel like they can handle it right now the day usually comes. Unfortunately, it wasn't your mom's case I'm sorry about that must've been hard. But most people have a little more time. So they emerge out of grief a widow. So it usually takes two years, and they don't want to have given away the the controlling their life. So it's you have to go. Where Klein is we all have ways of doing it? And those two opposites could also be combined into something in between. So we have process to help clients tell us like as a financial planner. Wouldn't it be cool? If let's say people who are not in transition. They come. They do they take you up on your free offer. They say, yes. Yeah. The guy for us. We want you to help us prepare for life. And wouldn't it be cool? If you understood how they deal with stress and change based on the past. So you kind of have a profile, and you know, like, your you're feeling of withdraw might be your natural hard wire. So if I was your financial planner, I would it's very interesting my natural hard wires to the donor. So it was not in grief. Yeah. It was very time for real grieving with the lussier para. No, no, no. We we lost. We lost a little girl a couple of years ago that was that was really bad. But then. I was just kind of pushing forward for my wife. You know? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And then this was like a, you know. You know, my mother was a mother and father were very. You know, they were like the glue. So even when my father passed my mother was sort of like the glue, and we were I guess into nihil. And then when my mom passed like three three four four big reefs in a row in the last three years. It was just too much. My dear nephew. And he was. Very very sweet. Sweet boy. And yeah, I mean, it was just like the fourth one was just like the final blow of my donor hood, you know, so that was. You know, it was interesting. So I was the doner for three in a row. It was interesting. You get you get tapped into different things with grief and. You know, it's it's interesting. I had done classes in pastoral counseling. And I found I find that very helpful. Oh, yeah. Going with clients because there's so much of this that psychological, but we'll talk more about that. We're going to take a short break, folks. If you like what you're hearing. If you're coming into sudden money, if you're an executive in transition a business owner, we're going to talk about that later. Business owners get what I call, you know, the business owner, depression, they sell their company they come into windfall fault. And they don't know what to do with themselves. So they get boards. They start another company or they get depressed. And we're gonna talk about that when we return from the next break. But folks, if you want to meet with us, we're going to be in Tom's revenue jersey red Bank jersey short hills Hackensack, Princeton, New Jersey, also Melville manhasset in Long Island, New York City in Connecticut, also Pennsylvania, so call us now eight eight eight nine eight Josh eight Josh beaming, the first five callers who scheduled keep your no-obligation review, and you'll get the book sudden money by her special guest. Susan Bradley managing a. Financial windfall. Call us now..