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"patrick lindsay" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast
"Kerr leadership dash coaching. Then you can actually find my Strength based Guide on leadership and masculinity christian men. So that's a free report that i have out there. That's available to anybody that wants it. You'll pop up on my email list for you. That i will email you on a daily basis and i will drop value bombs as much as i can use my experiences in other experiences that i've accumulated over time but Every day try to add some kind of value to to your inbox and hopefully you can take something that will spark him. You'll be able to start that fire. I can attest to those daily emails. Because honestly every time i get one of them kirby is very good storytelling and i'm like what is this guy. Find the time type this long email because as an employer myself i'm like i can barely find time to my own emails and i don. I only send one once a week. I'm like god. This guy just crushes it with his emails every day. So i appreciate those emails. I continued to read them and it is interesting. Which ones catch my attention. Which ones is always something in there. That is exactly what i needed to hear. And i wanna remind and kind of like give many of the active duty listening to this good punch in the face reminder that it was brought to me from a recent episode from military money expert that we brought she brought up. That don't assume you have your plan that in two thousand fourteen. Most people's plans were shaken up and they were told your time is up. It's time to get out. And they may be thought they were going for another six. They maybe were procrastinating. Take ingles advice to heart. Start asking questions and like that. Sergeant major said today's your best day and every day's the moment you join us be planning for the other side. Because there could be you could be medically discharged. There are so many things that could happen that your entire plan changes and it's it's almost to a detriment in the military 'cause it very much seems like a constant of her life. It's a routine it's always there. It's been there forever and you just get used to it but it's not always going to be there. I mean there's many people don't even start thinking about their retirement until they're nineteen years in the military and they're like oh man. I better start figuring this out. They're lucky they got the nineteen have been pulled the plug at fourteen and had no plan so really take it to heart because your family is counting on you to take it to heart and find your message and find your purpose and i really also like what you said they are about the purpose in finding your y and i've always liked patrick lindsay. Onis that when a company lives its purpose. Profit is the leading indicator that measures is success..
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Is the Vegas take sharpened Shapiro. Loaded show today. Ladies and gentlemen a lot to get to a lot to go over. Lot of interesting. Stories that are developing really, as we speak, as happens every morning on the show coming up here in the bottom of the hour. We're going to speak to Dr Patrick Jackson. He's an infectious disease specialist at the University of Virginia's going Ask him was irresponsible to let Donald Trump leave the White House when he's on all these experimental medications, and he's still positive for the virus. Obviously many other questions to get to them, but they'll be coming up here in just a little bit. We got some audio. You won't hear it on right wing radio. You won't hear it on Fox News early in its Donald Trump slamming a doctor back in 2014 for not being in quarantine during the old ball. Ebola outbreak. It's unbelievable. Why's it Unbelievable, will explain coming up here later on in the show, Kellyanne Conway's daughter, recording Kellyanne Conway, accusing her mother. Basically of testing positive and lying to her daughter, saying that she was negative. I mean, it's funny, and it's sad at the same time. And we're going to play that audio for you. It's pretty wild. We'll play it for you coming up here in just a little bit. I've been right with every presidential election except for 2016 back in 2016. I did say that I thought Hillary would win. But I also said I thought it would be very close and it was. It was very close. But I was wrong. I thought Hillary was going to win. Well, I decided to make my prediction today. We going to do that later on in the program, and we have a lot of polls that have just come out today as well. That was part of the reason why I'm making my decision. But I'll explain what my decision is, and we'll go over that coming up in our number three as well. It is officially PGA Tour Tournament Week in Las Vegas. The Shriners Hospital for Children's Open starts Thursday. In fact, the practice rounds or today, it's unfortunate that the fans can't come out and see the tournament because it's probably the best field the tournament is that in 20 years, I believe 25 of the top 50 players in the world. Are going to be playing at TPC Summer and that it's unbelievable for this tournament. Unbelievable. I remember years back. When I watched this tournament maybe 10 years ago, we had maybe three or four players like 25 of the top 50 players in the world. That's incredible. So the tournament director who's done a fantastic job, Patrick Lindsay is going to be joining us in our number three. So we'll get to all that. As I said, Jam packed show a lot to get to a lot to go over. Obviously, the big news in the last 24 hours is that Donald Trump Is back in the White House. So keep in mind that President Trump is still strongly medicated. His doctors have said he's certainly not out of the woods yet. Ah, and he bolted from that hospital bubble. Uh And it was bizarre and the reason why it was bazaars because it included an irresponsible mass removal and a reckless pronouncement. That there's nothing to fear. That's what he said. Which a virus that has already killed over 210,000 Americans. Ah, He's still in denial. Ladies and gentlemen. Over this virus. And he still trashing scientific protocols that could slow the pandemic. This's what he said. He said. Quote. We're going back. We're going back to work. We're going. We're going to be out front as your leader. I had to do that a new There's danger to it, but I had to do it. He put this bizarre campaign video out there. And he said, I stood out front I lead nobody. That's the leader would not do what I did. I know there's a risk. There's a danger. Despite his doctors earlier saying, as I mentioned before, he's not out of the woods yet. I want to play you a little bit of audio. Because he said to the American people. While he still has Koval. While all these people have lost their lives, while so many people are struggling He looked in front of a camera. He looked at you. And he said, Don't let covert control your lives. Have a listen to this. I just left Walter Reed Medical Center. And it's really something very special. The doctors, the nurses, the first responders, and I learned so much about current virus. And one thing that's for certain. Don't let it dominate you. Don't be afraid of it. You're gonna beat it. We have the best medical equipment. We have the best medicines all developed recently..
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
"Obstinate a fear that I would lose it all like what would happen like. This could just be taken away from me. I'm slowly starting to realize no. This will never be taken away for me because it's like now. I know like I. All have all this information and skill for the last four years like now I know how it's done like if you if I had to build a business from scratch tomorrow. It would go much much faster much much faster I love that. Yeah, I think that's that is all the part like it. All just builds up on every part of whether you're teaching when you were teaching piano and teaching singing lessons doing social media stuff. Everything always adds up to bring you to where you are today like. If I hadn't started the singing bowls thing. I probably wouldn't have really been in the list world. Then moved into this. You know so. It's like the same thing with you every single tool. It's still you have. It's worrying to you to wear. You're meant to be with whatever you WANNA. Create in your life and business. Exactly a completely agree I was just having a conversation this morning with one of my friends and sheep lost one hundred pounds at one hundred thousand dollars in the same year, and I've seen her like. She also had a big spiritual awakening after that year. And I've seen her now build backup from bill backup from that, and now what she's doing now is like it's really incredible and We were just talking about it this morning and she was like no I didn't lose. She's like seeing a style that she didn't lose a hundred thousand dollars. She invested one hundred thousand dollars it business. That didn't work out, but she got so many valuable lessons from that. Hurts to learn from failure, but like it's nice to learn the easy way one thing that by friends, stage Polaris says I love this. She's like sometimes. You pick up the shit end of the stick. And sometimes you pick up the clean end of the stick like it's the same stack. You get the same lessons. and. I feel like sometimes the lessons are. They stick with me more their greater. When I pick up the shitty end of the stick like when I have a failed lodge like Oh, I did this thing wrong like I shouldn't have done that and then I'll have lodged like really successful at like Oh. This is so wonderful like I did this, and that worked out so well. It may be all this money like it's the same stick, yeah! Exactly and that's I love that and so just to close. I wanted to ask you. What are you reading right now? So right now I am reading the ideal team player by Patrick Lindsay Odi because I'm growing my team. And I'm reading two books so I'll tell you about the wider second FM it's. Actually, way more interesting, but anyway the ideal team player is about like basically to cultivate a culture of teamwork, and he talks about how the the characteristics you WANNA look for an employee's are humble. And smart like a combination of those and how to foster those characteristics, if one is missing also like what questions interview to ask an interview to determine for real, if a person has those qualities, it's a really good book. I have a whole bunch of his books. That I'm slowly working through, so that was great in. The second book I'm reading is called wet fragility by Robin Dangelo, and it's about why it's so difficult for white people to talk about racism, and this is something that is like. Work that I've never done before and I feel like I I just sort of woke up to my white privilege and..
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
"Often fear that I would lose it all like what would happen like that. This could just be taken away for me and I'm slowly starting to realize no, this will never be taken away for be because it's like now. I know like I all have all this information skill for the last four years now. I know how it's done like if you had to build a business from scratch Moro. It would go much much faster much much faster. I love that Yeah I. think that's that is all the part like it. All just build up every of whether you teaching when you were teaching piano and teaching lessons doing social media stuff everything always up to bring you to where you are today like if I hadn't started, the singing bowls thing I probably wouldn't have really been in the list. You world then moved into this. You know so. It's like the same thing with you every single tool it's you have. It's ringing to you to where you're meant to be with whatever you WANNA. Create in your life and business. exactly a completely agree I was just having a conversation this morning with one of my friends, and she lost a hundred pounds at one hundred thousand dollars in the same year, and I've seen her like. She also had a big spiritual awakening after that year. And I've seen her now. Build back up from bill backup from that, and now what she's doing now is like it's really incredible and We were just talking about it this morning and she was like no. I didn't lose. She's like seeing a style that she didn't lose one hundred thousand dollars. She invested one hundred thousand dollars in a business that didn't work out, but she got so many valuable lessons from that. Hurts to learn from failure, but like it's nice to learn the easy way. One thing that my friends stage Polaris, says that I love this. She's like sometimes. You pick up the end of the stick. And sometimes you pick up the clean up the stack like. Stick, you get the same lessons. And I feel like sometimes. The lessons are Outta. They. Stick with me more their greater. When I pick up the shitty end of the stick like when I have a failed lodge to like. I did this thing wrong like I shouldn't have done that, and then I'll have watched. It's like really successful at like Oh this is so wonderful. I did this and that worked out so well. It'd be all this money like it's the same stick, yeah! Exactly, and that's I love that, and so just to close I wanted to ask you. What are you reading right now? So right now I am reading the ideal team player by Patrick Lindsay Odi because I'm growing my team team. And I'm reading two books so I'll tell you about the other one second FM it's. Actually way more interesting, but anyway the ideal team player is about like basically to cultivate a culture of teamwork, and he talks about how the the characteristics you WanNa look for employees are humble, hungry and smart, like a combination of those and how to foster those characteristics. One is missing also like what questions interview are to ask an interview to determine. If a person has those qualities. It's a really good book. I have a whole bunch of his books that I'm slowly working through, so that was great in. The second book I'm reading is called fragility by Robin Dangelo, and it's about why it's so difficult for white people to talk about racism, and this is something that is like. Work that I've never done before and I feel like I just sort of woke up to my white privilege.
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on Wrestling with God Show
"God. Show the podcast for we grapple with big questions about faith, religion and life. I'm Irish McMahon and I'm here with my friend and Irish priest Fatherland, McMillan. Hey, harsh doing good so. So are you ready for? This is a pretty basic question you know people at. Some version to organize religion, but this comes from one of our listeners. And she writes. I'm spiritual, not religious I have a personal relationship with God. Why do I need organized religion now I love that one. Well I always joke well. We're not that organized. We're not that organized. The other thing about that is that when they use a word personal. Do they mean personal in the sense of intimate or do they mean personal incentive private? In my experience, they mean private I don't need anybody else, but me and the divine. And I think it's a little bit of deception, because just the definition of a human being, we are the most social animal on the face of the earth, we in the history of the earth, no species has been more social than a human being. We only survived not because of the only reason why it's survived as intelligence and we always lived and worked as a group. What it means to be. A human being is to be social with other people and. Religion or spirituality should make you a better human, being not less connected, but more connected the very definition of what it means to be. A human being is to be connected with other people and I'm Catholic, so I think in a very Catholic way, but just the first part of Massa gathering right is. Celebrating that we are a community. I am more me with you than without you. I can't explain that whole theology, but I love idea that together. our first commitment is to be with each other am speaking richly, but I like this so it's a long story if you can handle long story. if it's a good one I, can handle it well during the Serbian. Croatian war Time magazine had this article about what they call the wall of peace and the wall of peace was. This incident that happened that in the genocide. That's going along. One side committed gathered all these. Lands. Nate killed all the men. They took the women and put them in these work concentration camps, and when a woman wasn't working hard enough to extract one tooth. That would really disfigure her face, and they put the teeth in these tin boxes, and when women were working, the guards would rattled the tin box two minute as a warning that they'll do it again if you don't speed up. Well! Eventually the. Other army. Capture the lands and when they found out what happened to their people, the genocide of the men. The. Disfiguring the women, just figuring rape for the women. They decide to do the same thing to their enemies women. And these. Women. Gathered around interlocked arms, and had the standoff in the Craciun women that had been disfigured their children, their husbands killed. They didn't act out of pain that to have the solidarity. What's important and they all gathered? In the shoot circle to protect their enemies, wives and daughters, and they formed what they called the wall of peace, and they wouldn't let anybody touch their enemies female enemies, and they protected their lives, and I mentioned that wall of Peace in heaven. There's this massive wall massive wall, but the gates are open, and the massive wall symbolizes true community so the first active. Active we do it. Mass is to form this wall where united together there won't be any oppression or poverty or injustice. We will guard each other's lives. We make this commitment that your children are safe or not. Because we're going to be personal friends because we're going to be a community, we go. Your children's lives are better than more. We are united with each other. To me, vats spirituality, that's one phases spirituality, not just me and odd me in the divine it's spirituality should lead you into the very essence of community, not separated from it so when you say. Personal but. personal. The evidence is it's actually private. You have no greater community than just yourself. I would say. That's not spiritual. That's the definition of religious. It makes you sound superior. But actually I find it once against sad and anemic I think it's less I think a truly spiritual person. They put skin in the game. So. I get the difference between. This private relationship with God and the the community relationship with God. How I what do you think is the effect on the relationship with God? If you're keeping it private I mean what? What what what is the difference? In terms of having a fuller richer understanding of God relationship with God? If that's the case in a community versus this private relationship? Well. I think the fact is that you become your own God I know that's how horrible, but remember religion is like a marriage God is always hitting at this. That religion is a marriage between us and God. How? How can you have a really great? Marriage if You're never challenged by another person. If it's say I'm married, but Mary to myself let's not marriage. And Patrick Lindsay owning this This great I love Counselor business. He's actually business consultant to make businesses better and. He has his great talk of the five dysfunctions of a team and the first thing you need trust. The second thing you need to have a great organization is conflict. You need people to be able to challenge your weakness, and he tells a story about. His college roommate, close friend marrying his sister-in-law, he thought Oh my God. This is going to be great because. You know close friend Mary, my sister-in-law and they divorced after a year, and they divorced after a year, and his comes back to them, and says you know I thought my marriage was. We thought our marriage was better than union. Weiss, 'cause you and your wife are always arguing about something. now I realize our marriage wasn't good because we never argued Teva marriage were. Nobody is allowed to challenge you. That's a poor marriage. That's not really true relationship. You know that's interesting, because now that I think about it. A number of people that I've encountered that. Tell me their spiritual. They have this personal relationship with God. They also tell me that they have the right interpretation of the Bible. That they have come up with this relationship with God they've decided what the Bible says, and and what it means, and what the Bible stories are about, and it's kind of. Kind.
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on American Hysteria
"This is American. History is aftershock. Very share with you a story. That didn't make it into the main. I'm your host Chelsea Wherever Smith and today. We're talking about Gamer. Before. It had a name. It was nothing but trying to get me to kill myself trying to get people to hurt me going after my family Gamer Gate will always be that to me, Making the same accusation everybody makes. Towards any successful woman that clearly she got where she is because she had sex with someone. If you haven't heard of the online video game scandal called Gamer Gate consider yourself lucky, but you're not lucky anymore, are you? Gamer Gate was a surprisingly widespread conspiracy theory about you guessed it. The liberal feminist infiltration of the male dominated video game, industry, or what I like to call the man Cave of America really quick. Don't get me wrong here. We at American hysteria love our Gamers, but the only video game I've played in the past five years was some horror movie video game that my entire family watched me play including my granny. We're only talking about a small faction of extreme, Sajjan mystic gamers today, and just so you know it's going to get really rough. Gamer. Gate was also the nickname given to the extreme harassment campaign, Fulla, violent and disturbing threats that was mounted in response to a Boogie man. Myth of women who used sex to get ahead in the gaming community the Hashtag. Gamer Gate was used by the perpetrators who have been called Gamer gators and initially organized through anonymous profiles on sites like four Chan. Read it and twitter. Those who support the actions taken by those Gamer gators claimed that they've been a part of a movement, though there is no cohesive ideology to this group, and there's no credible evidence to support this conspiracy, but yes, women are writing about video games from a feminist perspective, making up a pretty tiny voice in a sea of. Of Computer Dudes, the harassment originally targeted Zoe Quinn who identifies US non binary and uses they then pronouns as I will today they are twenty-seven-year-old independent video game developer who created the Unorthodox Depression Quest, a game that launched in February of twenty thirteen, a simple text based game based on Quinn and Co writer Patrick Lindsay's own experiences with mental illness. Depression quest may not sound like a superfund idea for a video game, but it was also a pretty innocuous creation to add to the hyper violent canon of modern video games, and as we learned about in our men's rights episode around male depression. It was something that the very men who would go on to rage so hard about could probably have used. The game functions sort of like a choose your own adventure book as the players presented with a prompt, a series of choices that determine how the story unfolds, however to demonstrate the sometimes debilitating effects of depression, some of the choices are crossed out and unavailable to the player for example when a character in the story prompts you with the phrase. What's wrong the option to confide? Confide in her honestly is crossed out, and instead the player must choose from the less desirable options such as insist that nothing is wrong and change the subject so we. Quinn and Patrick Lindsay were fully aware. The depression quest lacked the traditional entertainment associated with video games, but they were hopeful that it could be educational and even open up a dialogue about living with depression. Following the initial release of depression quest, the game was generally received positively by video game critics who understood and embraced what Zoe and Patrick. Do. However for Zoe. The backlash began almost immediately. Initially online criticism of the game was limited to negative reviews on blogs and forums by Gamer. Who felt that depression quest was undeserving of the positive hype surrounding it. Others felt that the reception was indicative of a changing landscape in the video game, industry and online spaces where traditional combat and skill centered games would be replaced by thoughtful but unentertaining games, addressing serious topics, social justice, full of PC language and packed full of lessons and morals. It took thirty years, but the world of political correctness finally set it sights on video games the Gamer. Gate controversy began earlier this year and one of the big concerns, misogyny and war against women in Video Game Culture The wider story became that liberal politics had entered into the industry and that developers like. Were being rewarded not for their talent, but for catering to the progressive mindset and working consciously against what else, but the rights of men to be men, and say bad words that everyone over their headsets. More after this. One team is working on American hysteria. We definitely need good ear buds to listen to our variety of audiobooks, podcasts and terrifying clips that make up our show. Everyone needs a great pair of wireless ear buds, but before you go dropping hundreds of dollars on a pair, you must check out wireless ear buds. 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"patrick lindsay" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders
"Keeping in mind that hopefully they're interviewing you as much as you're interviewing them so trying to be as authentic as you possibly can and opening up that opportunity for them to be as authentic as they can. Which is certainly a challenge. Because it's still kind of this staged experience but there are things that we can do to help with that. When I used to think about this in my less experienced days in my career I come through any sort of structure out the window so it would be. Oh let's not do those scripted interview questions and you know I might go down a different trail with this person. I'm interviewing than another person and what I was inviting without realizing. It was bias. So there's something and interviewing will Actually just in leadership in general called the halo effect so I might ask a question. And then discover. Oh Wow we share this thing in common. And they're really good at this and then the halo effect says that I- disproportionately then amplify other qualities that they have beyond the extent which their experience would warrant. There's the opposite of the halo effect which I don't even know if it has a name. I'm sure someone's come up with a name for but where you might have just gotten not excited about one of their answers but actually they would be a good fit for the job but now you have this bias that they wouldn't be because again single answer to a question. Disproportionately impacted your perception of them. So all of this is opening up opportunities for bias and we can think about all the things we could do to reshape our minds reshape our hearts rethink about being more open to people that are different than us and I really appreciated. There was an article in November of two thousand nineteen in the Harvard Business Review. That was called. How the best bosses interrupt bias? Their theory was rather than relying on being able to re map. Whatever SYSTEMIC RACISM OR SEXISM? We might have carried with us that that is a pretty difficult thing to do. And you can't really rely on it that that's going to be helped. You be as successful as you want to be so rather than relying on entirely changing minds. You need to interrupt the Baya so that the system interrupts the bias instead of relying on someone's willpower or their mental capacity to change their minds so this bias interruption. You can build into the interview process at the same time as we're trying to have everybody feel calm and relaxed and that you're approachable having a framework around it doesn't necessarily have to be scripted. I duNno pre. I don't feel comfortable and I know someone's reading off of paper scripted questions but knowing that we're going to ask about these five areas for each of the candidates that we have can be one bias interrupt or they do talk about other examples in the article. I really encourage people took a look at that table. Put it in the show notes but I would think about absolutely. You're right spot on as far as help. The person feel comfortable. But if you're like I was in my experience days. That doesn't mean that we don't need to have some structure to the interview for ourselves. But then especially you mentioned that this time you're going solo but in group interviews. It's even more important because now you're expanding that capacity for bias to enter an even further because either the halo effect takes over or we got stuck on a rabbit trail the question and we never about another aspect of the job that we did other candidates and then we can't evaluate them all in the most consistent and clear way as we would hope to. So there's so much here I. I'm so glad that you wrote in to us. And I know Dave has some thoughts on this as well. Everything that Bonnie said and also thinking about what you asked. Ross around the water. Some of the non disciplined skills to be looking for. I'd recommend episode three a one with Patrick Lindsay. `honey we talked to him about how to find the ideal team player. That's the title of one of his books and he talks about the values of hungry humble and smart in that conversation about. What are some of the key things from a person's behavior and personality that you WANNA be watching for in conversations and interviews and Lenzi only makes the point to that you know it's hard to do in the interview process and one of the things that I loved that he brought out in that conversation and I always find myself encouraging? Those who are doing a hiring to do this is to reinforce what Bonnie said yes. Absolutely make people comfortable. Put them at ease and I would also encourage you to consider doing something that they're not necessarily expect team so you get them out of the structured formal process for a bid and get to see what it is that they look like and behave and how they interact in another situation. That's beyond just sitting at the desk in having a formal interview so to the extent that you are trying to assess skill level on things being able to do something that demonstrates that puts that person in that situation is helpful so for example when Bonnie and her colleagues at her university are interviewing a candidate for a faculty role. They do all their due diligence of course of reviewing the resumes and doing the committee meetings and all that and often they do test each. So they'll then have that candidate come in and they'll bring in five or ten students or class and they'll have them do a session for twenty or thirty minutes and you discover things all the time through that bunny both good and bad right sometimes a candidate they use be as excited about all a sudden you see them in classroom like wow. S- persons greet with students for the over the opposite someone to look. Great in the interview may not interact as well in the classroom. And because that's such an important skill set for that role to the extent you can assess that is great so you could ask them to do something while they're there or help out with the project or maybe even bring someone on as a consultant or a project for a short period of time. And that way you have the chance both of you to decide if this is the right fit the other thing that I think is i. Don't think too hard to do but just to get out of the formality of it and go across the street to a coffee shop and have a conversation there or I think Patrick Lindsay on. He made the point. We had that conversation like well. You know take them to do something with you. Go visit a client or go. Pick up your kids on the way home when they're in the car or something like that. I mean I mean there's obviously some. Hr procedures around this organizations. You have to be mindful of but if you get someone out into the real world in a situation that they're not expecting as much in an interview situation all of a sudden you start to see how they interact in situations where they don't have a predicted script for it and you get to see things that you wouldn't see in a formal scripted interaction. How do they respond to handling an unexpected situation? How do they treat people? What do they do when something happens that they're not expecting? Because you want to have a sense of that before you offer someone at Position Your Organization so there you go russ hope that's helpful for a few suggestions on what you may do in how to purchase our next question. Dave is from Sami. I had a question about being a manager as a manager you come across different personalities and there are different ways to deal with them. We often are shown how do personality tests for ourselves? But is there a way to create and fill one out for people you manage as their attempt to follow or a book on this or is this something? That shouldn't be looked at for privacy concerns. Sammy thank you so much for the question and I also appreciate you thinking about this privacy standpoint. This is something that I have found that. A lot of organizations and leaders don't necessarily think about privacy when it comes to assessments and there is the assumption that okay whereas a team going to do a personality test and everyone's GonNa take the assessment and then we're going to distribute everyone's results to everybody and that may be in practice. What ultimately happens. But there's a way to do that. That I think is helpful. Unmindful some more than in a moment. So as far as frameworks. There's two that I think are really helpful. I've seen a lot of organizations utilize and I think are also really helpful at not necessarily just putting people into a box but allowing people to really talk about their personalities and their preferences in a way that then opens up further conversation. Which is whenever. I'm doing an assessment. My goal normally with that assessment is to shorten the amount of time it would take us to figure out some data points just in regular interactions and then secondarily for that to then generate more conversation about. How do we handle that? And what do we do in? How do we leverage each other's preferences and strengths so the tools that I like for that aren't disk? A DISK is a very popular framework. It's based on four different dichotomies. Were actually in the process right now of putting together an episode on diving into disk in detail on my friend Tom. Henschel is also in addition to all his other talents an expert at utilizing disc. Well so were planning to have him on the show to talk more. About how as leaders? We could really utilize that model. We also have a unbelievably talented expert coach who works with our Kademi members and goes through a disc process when we begin our journey together in the academy for the year. His name's Doug MacRae. He's fabulous on helping people to discover more through disk. And that's a really wonderful assessment. That really helps to understand where some of your preferences are and your tendencies and it can open up a conversation for either an individual or for a team to do more another framework that. I love which is not personality but it really kind of relates. More talents is strengths. Finder and strengths. Finder is really wonderful. At being able to illuminate a where. Your core talents are also on the bottom of the list. Were the things that are not really your core talents and were you tend to default and that has been a really useful framework that many leaders in many organizations have used that often opens up some wonderful conversation about how do we then leverage each other's talents in a way that's really useful and the other thing. I like about strengths. Finder is that it gives you a language to start to use that well and there's also not a right or wrong and same thing with desk. There's not a right or wrong. These are the different talents. These are the different preferences and depending on which ones you fall into. Then you can do a lot with that. And then the last thing I'd say is if you can Allow people to self disclose a bit so getting back to the privacy piece is a if you do an assessment of hitting the results to the person and then allowing them to talk about the results before you necessarily go in and just plot. Everyone's results up on a chart or something and assume that the assessment is right. Assessments are wonderful. They're great tools like every tool they are imperfect and sometimes they're wrong and so if you can provide some data through an assessment to each individual and then they can then talk about what they've learned from that what are their preferences were. Did they self select when you have conversations about it in a room? How do they then go? And have conversations with friends and family and spouses and Co workers about those preferences and tools. I think it's a wonderful thing that you can do for people and so helpful to be able to then figure out. How do you really help to honor each other strengths and preferences and also idea? Help others on the team to be able to complement. Where.
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast
"That's not my skill. I'm great with people. I know with new people a roomful. People that I don't know. I'm not that good. It's just not. That's not my that's not my my scene. I'm not good at that. You know, even in work environments. Why do you think that is? I don't honestly have. No, it's just it's something inside of you. It's shyness. It's an introvert nature. I I can't explain it. It's just you become a little uncomfortable. If you're not really good at talking in front of groups which thankfully in this job. I've gotten better at over the years, but like I had an event a bunch of years ago. And my job was to sit do some speaking which I can do in front of the room. But then get people to sign up for something. And I'm not the guy that walk around the room with the sign up sheets. My wife takes the sign up book. She's around the room. Mexico's she's got a stack aside. So I'm like, that's why brought you got to find the right the partner. Right. The great the best recruiting that you've done. Right. You find the right partner and coach's wife may be the most important occurred that you'll ever convince contacts that they make but tell you a story when I left coaching at western Kentucky in two thousand and two I went to Marquette as an associate athletic director, and my role was fundraising. And they had this feeling about this guy was a coach in this guy. Recruited in this guy is going to be dynamite. But I only had one thing that held me back from doing a good job at fundraising. I could not ask for money. I think we might have talked. You can you can have the conversation. I I'm very similar. I had a very short sit and sales. And because if people say, no, I'm like, okay. I don't even like the ass. But yes, that's a that's a skill in itself. Though. The asking part that's a skill in the I could sit and talk, and we're talking about this talking about this this game that game families. I can do your. You're the warm up act. I'm the warm up and finally after a couple sessions, they really this guy is done the people in the fundraising and they'd say, oh, well, you're you're going to be like Ed McMahon. No, you will warm up the crowd and then excuse yourself. And then we'll have somebody come close and ask for money, but my mouth would move. But nothing would come out when I came to cave. That moment. That's a tough thing to ask for money and Steph, that's a really tough thing. No matter what your businesses, even if it's your judge a tough thing to do. So all right. So we wanted to talk a little team building as well. Because you're telling me a little bit beforehand about a book that you read a little while back that a lot of parallels that you've seen in different things that you've experienced in your life after I got out of coaching in two thousand and two probably two or three years down the road. John gave me a great book. I've read it at least eight times, I've got it all marked up and red and blue and all the different colors because it has such an impact on me. And the name of the book was the five dysfunctions of a team and was written by Patrick Lindsay Oni out in in San Francisco, and it had such an effect on me. I read the book, and I put it down. And I looked off into space and said that's both Becker. That's the model that he used at the university of Michigan building the team. Now, he never talked about it as deflections or whatever he just that was the way he. He ran the football program here at the west at at the university of Michigan. And so started to look at this similarities, and what it is. It's a giant pyramid that he that he builds and the bottom flat longest. Lever in that. Pyramid is trust and ability..
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"And so everybody kind of trailers in there. I'm the only one from North America. So I have the three stop flights to get everybody else. It's about a four hour flight from your house. Yes. Super convenient for the Germans to get to. If you live in LA, that's the the the there's not a lot of downsides living in LA. But one of them is Europe is so far and like one of those secondary or third level destinations in Europe. We thought about going to those ice igloos that they have in Finland. It's like forty hours to get there from L A. And I was like oh damn it's like three flights in a bus. Yeah. And the departures on the way back our early out of Europe. So you lose a whole day on the way back waiting to get your connections. Yeah. It's rough. Yeah. It wasn't bad on the. East coast. I was living in Florida. And I was I was a hop skip. And a jump at east coast is don't they don't understand what we got to go through, bro. I've been to Florida. I got back last night when I got three. Warning Seib ring. I'll be that be at the show. Hey, that's a long way away to be confirming from smoking tires got a place it. Yes. See bring is where we hang out Daytona and see bring basically January February March all our testing and races exist in good old central Florida or you're against the twenty four for Daytona. Yeah. East coast are sorry Daytona leave next Tuesday. This are you and it's park place their team out of Houston. Dallas. She get that one practice decided time to rehearse this on Iran twenty thirteen but I've been with right sports out of Cincinnati for the last few years back with park place and then also race world challenge. So. Yeah, driving this GTE car was a call. Is that what it's called? Yeah. It's a generation to just came out. GT three are lot wider lot more arrow big aggressive, something we talked about last time as here, but you know, every single evolution of these cars. Just pushing the dynamics of under floors, huge splitters. Wings. And so we were developing yesterday or last two days at sea. Bring finished up yesterday evening and jammed on a plane, but yeah, bumpy stuff. It's physical. I'm sore. This morning is a new car and a new seat and the position of the driver. We're talking about for it went on air. They fixed the driver's position now. And no matter what your height is. They move the pedals towards you or away. So the whole pedal set me up towards the driver as well as the wheel. So this gets like getting into your fucking. I racing sim. Exactly. Yes. Lining, everything right to you. But yeah. New muscles new angles. The pedal box is real high in this car. So it's more like a single seater. Your legs kind of go straight out rather than down. And so yeah, new muscles. And then we didn't we didn't pour seat yet. I think a big thing with, you know, people talk whether it's streetcars or race cars about low back pain, long drives things like that. And we learn a lot about that in race racing because it's obviously so much stiffer and. A lot more g forces laterally vertically even inland. Jeez. Sodas someone like you do if you were drive with a guy who looks like I don't know Paul del Alana, if you look if you were to drive in the car with a guy who looks like me, right? We would not use the same seat. Correct. In your seat str- at. All right. So what do you have an insert made will? Yeah. So we have a shell. It's essentially like a motor sport designed seat that you would have in a streetcar. But essentially, it's it's fixed. There's no sliders on it. And then we rip all the padding and foam out of it poor an insert around the biggest driver and the small drivers get a little bit of help with their own insert. But it needs to be small and quicken and not for the driver changes. So it's it's a compromise. But you know, I'm your Berg masters six Patrick Lindsay's, probably the same height as as you're guy driving with this year..
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"It is of course, the safety blitz. Rodney eight coaches have been let go this season. And of course, his black Monday having passed one GM Reggie McKenzie. Of course was like go as well. Wow. Rodney that is one quarter of the entire league has coaching openings vacancies. That's a lot Rodney. I mean my goodness. That was a slaughter in terms of the number of coaches who have been let go around the league. What does that tell you? There's a lot of bad coaches in this league you, and it's a lot of general managers that actually don't know what they're doing that. You know, they hired these guys and because they're the so called new and hot name. And then they fire. You know? I I look at Steve wills air. Arizona Cardinals coaching. Maybe he was in over his head. But how do you give a guy one year you give him one year to come in with a rookie quarterback? They talked a lot of trash and training camp about how great he was. You gotta agent receiver who I think is one of the greatest of all time. You don't have a lot of David Johnson's not the same player often Solano's average a defense other than Chandler, John. They don't have a lot of like super really good play making guys like how do you fire him? How do you justify firing him after one year with a rookie quarterback? I I just I don't get it. I used to be what yet five years then it went down to three years. Now, we're at one year. I mean, really all right. Maybe Steve was slightly over his head. But you know, what he was a rookie head coach a lot of rookie head coaches at time show that maybe they'll over their head, and they learn and in year two you start to say, okay, there's either improvement or there's not. And if there's no you start to get concerned, if you're GM or owner, meanwhile, the gym of that team Steve time had been suspended earlier this year for a severe DUI. I mean, how is it that eight coaches on bad teams get fired yet only one GM pays the price. And by the way, that GM his coach does he get fired because it's Jon Gruden. So how many GM's have gotten away with highway robbery frankly, Rodney in terms of keeping their jobs putting together crappy rosters Cincinnati's roster. Not great jets roster. Not great dolphins roster. Not great Denver Tampa Bay the list goes on and on Arizona, yet the GM somehow keep their job, brownie. I've a problem with that. It's a joke, man. It's absolute. A joke, and I look out in Denver. And John Elway. I mean, John Elway has failed. He's failed to get him a quarterback outside of Peyton Manning. And I look at that roster. And it's not very good. You know? Yeah, they had, you know, Patrick Lindsay. He comes out. He has an excellent rookie. He goes to the aplomb the Pro Bowl running back. They got to really study defensive ends of court Japan von Miller, one hundred million dollars deal and Bradley Chubb. He's the first round draft choice. But outside of that. They don't have a lot of outstanding talent they trade away to Thomas you bring in case keenum. You don't do the things that case does. Well. At the quarterback position. I just like it comes a point in time where you have to look yourself in the mirror and another one that I really felt like was long overdue, and that's Marvin Lewis we've talked about it. You haven't won a playoff game. It's just amazing to me that it's taken so long. It's like it was a comfort level with losing out there. Yeah. Philip Lindsay, by the way, Rodney, but yeah. No, you're right about that. Who is situated you said Patrick on. Sorry. Philip Lindsay, brother. Patrick Lindsay, all these all these damn Maine's. Me. How about this though in Cincinnati? Right. So Marvin Lewis finally, let's go after sixteen years in Owen seven playoff record. Hugh Jackson gets an interview. Why? Why would you and we're not next to each other? When we said that exactly why even why even sit there for a three hour interview with Hugh Jackson. He's a last guide higher Libya. Maybe maybe this is it is it them complying to the Rooney rule. I was thinking the same thing. But no, I think that. Hold on. But you still have to interview an African-American coach, right? Yeah. So that's I mean, he may like them, but I just and maybe that's that's their comfort level. But I just think there's no chance he's hiring them. I would hope not. But it is a Cincinnati Bengals is a reason why the nickname for years has been the bungles, right? They bundle everything. Apparently, Mike Brown's Mike Brown loves Hugh, Jackson loved what he did there as the OC before you went to Cleveland, and apparently they really like him. I'd be stunned if he gets the job, but still I guide. I do. I don't think it's a Rooney rule thing because if it's a Rooney rule, there's some qualified assistance out there that are getting some serious consideration. Right. Eric b enemy for instance. People love Eric enemy that guy. What's his name, Chris Rickard? He has a former teammate of mind. Yes. He was the chargers. Yeah. People love him. He's he's the next in line under Andy Reid you at Doug Peterson. He goes and wins the SuperBowl Philly, then you had Matt Nagy. Look he's done in Chicago, the guy who then ascended to that role in a guy that people are very high on the jets. I know have put in a request interview, MS Eric b enemy now people have talked about Eric enemies, work ethic. You a teammate of his do you? Remember anything about enemies specifically? He was very smart. He was always into details. I mean, he was a hard work in tough guy. I think he'll be perfect for the Tampa Bay job away. Why Tampa Bay I just think it's kind of a blank canvas because the expectations are so low, and you know, I wouldn't bring James Winston bag because I just feel like he's you know, he's had four years to really prove what he can do and people say, well, he's got one more year to prove it like dude he's been there for years. You know, like, he's not very good. I mean, and maybe something crazy happens where he turns into this all star quarterback. But Airbnb will be that guy. He'll get Jameis Winston face. He'll let them know that creativity to I mean, they have a lot of weapons on offense. They need to shore up some things he'll bring that discipline in there. I think he'll be a perfect fit. But a Tampa Bay Buccaneers. You made a statement on this show, maybe three weeks a month ago. Rodney about who you bring in right in terms of the candidates. And I've looked at the list of guys getting interviews. Rodney. There is such a lack of true talent in terms of coaches. You got the retreads who are getting interviews. Right. Mike McCarthy, for instance, guys like that you have the young guys like Erick Vietnamese been an OC for one year this guy the defensive backs coach with the Dallas Cowboys, rich, whatever Rashard he's getting consideration. Heck cliff Kingsbury, you got fired as a Texas Tech head coach. And now he's a US offensive coordinator has multiple interviews. He used to be in a paper with the patriots will use your bay. Yeah. Three. Yeah. Yeah. That's him. Because the work you did with Patrick Mahomes at Texas Tech. You look at the list of guys Ronnie it is stunning. Jim Caldwell getting looks here. And there I mean, how did we get to this point Ronnie where you just don't have a good five or six names of guys you like, you know, what man? Those are the guys. Doing. They don't know what they're doing. It's obvious. I mean, you what does Arezzo dawn you gotta drunk general manager. You got a guy that paid Sam. What what's his name? Sam Bradford all this money. I mean, he doesn't know what the heck. He's doing overpaying guys who pays Sam Bradford. And his knees is terrible. It's washed up who does that? Steve time, man. Here's a question for you, though. And it, of course, it's the safety blitz. Rodney hasn't Dan Schwartzman. NBC sports radio the first text. I sent after I read this higher was to you. Rodney Jon Gruden hiring. Mike Mayock to be the Oakland Raiders general manager stunned. Yes. And no, yes. Because. Maybe we don't give the TV people enough credit. I mean, you know, Mike knows he knows about the draft. He'll do a good job of studying the players individual. He can definitely help with personnel. Yeah. I'm I'm a little stunned. Oh. Because I think John could have went out, and then maybe people maybe John say, look, look what happened to John Lynch. John Lynch came and did a pretty good job on the draft. Brought some players over there. Was able to sign Jimmy Garoppolo. Do you think John Lynch was more qualified than Mike Mayock to be a general manager? That's a good point. No. So I mean, people are up in arms about this. But at the same time Jon Gruden he's he hired somebody that he's very comfortable with a guy that knows the draft in and out a guy that works extremely hard. He's done well on TV. He knows the draft. Those guys can figure out which players are bringing. I I don't think from a organization standpoint, Jon Gruden is still going to run the team, you know, anything that he basically decides he's going to make but make Mike Mayock might be that guy that comes in. And and really helps them with personnel. And I think that's the true reason why he was hired. And my last thought on this Rodney is this. Look, they can't screw this draft up. They have three first round picks. Right. I mean, they made a trade. They got rid Amari Cooper, Khalil Mack. They have three first round picks this year to next year. They have to hit on these picks to justify making those trades. They hit on these picks the rebuild and Oakland. Is sped up fat? You gotta understand. I'm like whether they hit on it or not your expectation level. Even with all the draft choices that they have you. You're probably thinking, okay. What all the draft choices next year. Maybe they're six and ten. Or maybe they're eight. Yeah. You don't expect them to have success? You don't expect them to compete within the division. Because you know. That's the chargers. You know? That's Kansas City, Denver probably gonna prob- probably being at thirteen. So the expectation level is low. So no matter who they go get I mean, what success to the to the Oakland Raiders next year. You tell me what success? Six and ten. Okay. Seven and nine that's excess. What were they like four and twelve foreign twelve? Yeah. You improved by two games. That's that's big. Is that would the expectation now with what Frank right has done out in Indianapolis. I mean expectation level was like once you get these draft choices you already have your so called franchise quarterback. We need you to win. Now, we need you at nine and seven ten and six Louis, Mike. I know he took over a playoff team already. But look at Frank, right? Look at Matt Nagy look at this. That these guys have had. Eight nate. I would say, yeah. I mean, if you're on the right direction, you know, you wanna be seven to nine and eight right there on the coast. And you know, of course, maybe a couple of those games you lose by touchdown or field goal. But you have a lot of positive vibes going. It's next year. Okay. I agree. Seven and nine eight. Absolutely. I think that'd be considered success Filkin raiders before they move. And who knows where you're gonna play those games, by the way, but for the end up moving to Las Vegas and starting up the Las Vegas raiders. All right. It is wild card weekend. Four big games. We're going to start off the colts in the Texans. Interesting storylines, juicy ones for teams that meet twice a year in the same division. That's next on the safety blitz. Rodney Harrison Dan Schwartzman right here on NBC sports radio..
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on HBR IdeaCast
"But we have to know when our team needs us to be an optimist doing our team needs to be a realist, I lean back on an author. I just greatly admire Patrick Lindsay Oni in his book five dysfunctions of team. And what he the opening line of that book is not financed. Not strategy. Not technology. It is teamwork alone. That remains the ultimate competitive advantage both because it's so powerful, and so rare and to me, that's the essence of leadership is to truly build a team a team that me as a CEO can lean on when I'm worried when I'm not sure about the future that will catch me when I'm stumbling will speak truth depowered when I need to hear that. Who will also encourage me. Maybe when I'm not quite sure about what's going to happen next. Yeah. When you are being a leader. And I know you stay away from the term boss you like the term strive to be leader more than than Abbass. What things do you do? Or what things do you catch yourself doing that? You wish you hadn't done to try to be a leader of this type of organization year. I want to be very clear there's there's good bossism bad bosses IRS good leaders and badly or so I don't think there's anything intrinsically wrong with being a Boston, quite frankly CO the company, I'm absolutely boss. No question about that the part where I catch myself, the part where I'm like, I can't believe I did that again this when I start using a lot of I language when I start making it about me rather than about us about we about the team that sort of thing, and I try and catch myself. But I think I'm probably gonna spend the rest of my lifetime on learning all those imprinted lessons of the past. And I will never be perfect at it. And so when I. Due dumb stuff like that. When I get angry when I shouldn't when a when I try and motivate with artificial fear like I shouldn't that try and catch myself sooner the good news is I people around me who are willing to quote, unquote, speak truth depowered because they've been around long enough. And they know they're safe enough to do that. Or they're my wife and. She's not too concerned about it. And so I do in those moments trying listen, I think that's probably another skill that. I could definitely use improvement on his just basic listening skills. Spending more time with my mouth close to my ears open. It was something that was striking in the book is just how much you think about it. Like, you are really analyzing the things you say, and the things you do, you know, there's a story in the book how you chastise somebody for saying that he didn't know something even though one of the sort of things that hangs on the wall in the company is that it's okay to say, you don't know it was embarrassing because I literally chastised him while standing under the poster that said, it's okay to say, I don't know. Yeah. There was a dumb thing. Well, at least you noticed right? I mean, I think that's the thing is that a lot of bosses. I mean is this just sounds like a lot of work to write? It seems like you spend just. A lot of time really being intentional about a lot of your actions. And that might sound exhausting to some people that this really does take a lot of work. It does take a lot of work. Do you do something really hard like like fire somebody? Yeah. I wish we did that well every time, and but what I tell the team is when we're going to fire somebody I never ever wanted to get to the point where that feels easy that should be one of the weightiest decisions we make and for kind of the opposite of the standard business Texan, so many ways we hired quickly and fire really slowly, we try and give people a chance to to work through whatever challenge you're having..
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"But I I would have hit him in the head. Okay. Who about sitting who you gonna sit? Obviously we started. We talked about who were starting who you gonna stay. He's the guy you say don't don't do. Those are this guy. You know, what I I've been struggling with this. I really don't know who to set I think the tight ends. We're going to have a good game. But if I had pick one out of the due to have a a better game. It's can be fans. None of the. I don't wanna sit any of the receivers. I just told you out good James Connor is going to be. I think Ben Rothlisberger is gonna be good. There's not too many Steelers that I wanna go ahead and sit here. Looking for to you can choose a Denver player too. So let's go ahead and say Kay scandal. Because I I mean, he's going to be cheap. I just don't think he's gonna put up the numbers. I think he's going to be. But he's not as bad as Blake Bortles, not at all. But you're looking at a team right here. That is the the only only puts up an average of two hundred and forty seven yards again. They're they're ranked in the lower half of the league as far as offense. I he doesn't have to Marius Thomas. I just don't really think that that he's gonna put up a lot. So let's go ahead with case keenum there. I'm going to stay with Denver as well. Patrick Lindsay has been a very affordable option for a lot of fantasy football owners. I've used in this year he has paid dividends. And I'm gonna say benching this week. I would not start him. I think the Pittsburgh Steelers defense is going to be up to the task. I think that especially with their run fits after last week. They're gonna be on points. I would say do not start Patrick Lindsay this week. Okay. Prediction time, folks. Here we go. We're getting ready to predict not only this game. But let's predict the entire AFC north slate of games, but we'll go with the Pittsburgh game. I brian. How do you see this game shaking out much of final score? Planning simple. I think Pittsburgh Steelers are rolling. I don't worry about road band. At this point. We got a huge dose of road. Ben last week. I think he's so fired up after this win. I think he's so fired up after the trash-talk. I think they're going to go in and make a statement against so not a bad team team that does take teams to the end. But I think this time around we're looking at thirty four to twenty eight. Okay. All right. I I like that I painted the Steelers witness game. I think it I it's my prediction last week. It was going to be close early in the Steelers pool way in the second half. I didn't think it would wait until five seconds left in the game to get their first lead. But I think it could be a similar script. I think that the Steelers take a lead into halftime. But I think the final score is going to be Pittsburgh. We'll say Pittsburgh thirty four Denver. Dorte Denver twenty thirty four twenty. So I think this is still think they're going to prove a point. I think they're going to have to prove a point. And I like to seal is big in this one. So if you. I don't know what the odds are. I think the Steelers started out as three and a half point favorites. Maybe. Optus double check on that. I know we ran that article yesterday. I just can't think of it. So that they go both of us have the Steelers wedding. I'm sure if he listened tomorrow night, Lance will pick the Broncos to win somehow some way, he's a hater. Yeah. Good. That's what I always say when he picks against him. But let's go ahead to the rest of the AFC north before we get some distant questions from our listeners the Oakland Raiders traveled to the Baltimore Ravens more reports that Joey flacco is going to miss his second game. It's the Lamar Jackson era in Baltimore. He'd you have one in this one. You know, I I picked Baltimore last week. I guess they're planning the raiders in. They're playing at home. If this was on the road. I I would actually say, you know, it might be closer..
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"I get that Lucia LeBron mascot something like that any who I kind of want to kind of want to piggyback on yours and. Yeah. I haven't gotten to watch a ton of Broncos Tabei got I've I've watched him play a lot. Refresh my memory to name their quarterback is what Brian my gosh. I can't believe I'm forgetting his name. They skate them. There you go case keenum, everyone's favourite keenum. So case. The Steelers played him last year. Actually, we to when he was at the Minnesota Vikings as I start did not play. Well, the Steelers won that game was when Sam Bradford had wanted his myriad of injuries. And so the Steelers if they wanna win this game to have to make this offense one dimensional because they traded to marry his Thomas away. Emmanuel Sanders is really the only Ariel threat that you have to concern yourself with in the they have other players. Yes. But if you can stop Patrick Lindsay, and you can force case keenum to have to win. You the game. I'm not saying it can't be done because he did that in dramatic fashion last week against the chargers where he the chargers went up may got the ball back needed a field goal to win. An EMMY got them in field goal range, actually, well and feel range before they won the football game with a game winning kick. So for me you have to stop the run. And this is also compounded by the Steelers offense you want to turn a. Team one dimensional. You get a lead always been that way. It always will be that way. So the Steelers offense cannot come out flat. Like they did last Sunday naked come out and put up a couple touchdowns. All of a sudden that pad that running game is going to slowly evaporate because they are going to feel the need. They're going to feel that pressure to have to throw to get back into this kind of this matchup for me that I'm stating is it's kind of like three fold you wanna stop the running game, which you mentioned j von Harvey's coming off the best gave his career in my opinion in that whole run defense. But you wanna force case keenum to throw the ball and offense is going to have to do their part to make sure that that happens as well. So that's my magic number two. What's your third of Brian? Well, I am my third matchup is none other than case keenum. So I'm scrambling. But I think I've got exactly where I wanna go here. I want to stay on that offense. I want to go ahead and go ahead in look at someone like Joe Haden in who's Joe Haden going up against now their best wide receiver. Their best wide receiver at this point is going to be Emmanuel Sanders, and that's the guy we know all too. Well, I mean, he's well respected by by the coaching staff because it wasn't too long ago that he was here and they've ever all about them. They know what he can do it looks like it looks like we're going to see a lot of his side. You know, they're going to switch sides and everything but a lot of. A lot of Mr. Sanders. He's going to be going up against Cody Sensabaugh. So I wanna see what Joe Haden could continue to do with this young fast SMU receiver. No, remember, they've got to semi receivers here. Because that's where manual Sanders is from but Cortlandt Sutton. He's a rookie. And he was the reason that the marries Thomas was traded as well because they really like what they have in him. He averages a little over twenty two yards per catch. So Joe Hayden is your shutdown guy. And we know that you're gonna see Sanders on the other side and Sanders has done damage against you in that Brock Osweiler game as well. So you know, what this guy can do I believe in Sensabaugh, and I believe in Hayden. So I'm I'm believing in this quarter quarterbacks at this point. But I really wanna see what show Hayden's gonna do against courtroom Sutton. And I think he could really control the game. To make it only Philip Lindsay as the guy to beat you. So at that point. That's that's good news..
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana
"A good thing for you, though. We'll see I mean this weekend. I'm really excited because Alabama's playing LSU which is like finally like, honestly, I feel like Alabama's scheduled like the little giants have had harder schedule this year than the Alabama. I mean, they've played zero people. That's what they're winning like sixty four to nothing and you're like, yeah. Because you know, they're playing to Pika community college or whatever like the Billy. Topeka community college. That was always gonna be a bad idea. We should talk about. Well. How'd you do fantasy? I don't even know. I got smoked. Oh this. I'm tired of this. Okay. Smoked. This is some serious bullshit. Okay. Let me break it down the last two weeks in a row, I have put up major points and lost in both leagues. Because the gym oak that I'm playing puts up the greatest day of their life. They never they've never scored many throughout the league. I beat everybody else in the league except the one douche that I'm playing and this is to happen to me two weeks in a row both leagues. So everybody can suck. It. Now like all these injuries. Like, I was hot I was bragging points. And just I it's it's I feel like the fantasy gods. Have put me in a poop container. Like what like what the one the one that will eventually rubber? I have been. I have a lot of good things in my life. Right now, fantasies not one of. Well, I lot of so for the league that I was winning in the comedy store league. I I lost. I've lost two weeks in a row because now than Gordon was hurt. And then and then he had a buy week like crap and. Still hanging on the Levy on bell. I still have that. I have that jerk. Why picked in August before all this foolishness happened in the number minders, my number one pick and he hasn't played eight weeks in and the guy hasn't played it doesn't even look like he's I don't think he's anywhere close to playing. I think he's gonna get traded in week nine. He'll get traded for the eagles and he'll play for somewhere else. And then he's got to learn the system he's going let so it'll be like week eleven by. Then we wrap it up wrapping up the season. I have held onto this joke for so long. You know in the playoffs. That's when it really counts because so many people like I I played against peasy this week and smoke him beat him. Good for an I should not have a player Steeler. Hey, play players Steelers, all your favorite people. And he did it just out of spite. And he knows it. He'll say, no, no, no, no. You did at a spike failings because he had the pick right before trying to hurt me done nothing. But try to love him and gave him his second loss. And I should but. I should not have one because I I went to go look at my team. And I'm like, oh shoot. I still have Tevin Coleman. And we have a by the falcons have about him like oh crap. And so I go to put in Patrick Lindsay from Denver, and they had already started playing. I'm like crap and that he put up twenty points. And then so I had to just racing get some random players who I can't. I don't even know their names. It was like jersey from. Like three my players put up zero points. And I still be peasy. That's crazy. And he had I put up one hundred and forty four points and three of my players put up zero. That's and he put up one thirty seven. He had Josh Gordon left. And I'm like, oh man if Josh Gordon comes along touchdown dead. And then they were like, oh, we're benching him the first quarter. And I was like, yeah. Yeah..
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on The IVY Podcast
"He said, I'm not in the medical device as this anymore in the leadership development business. And he wasn't trained for it and he just got some resources just started doing it spent time coaching and mentoring and bringing others along because the definition of leadership you achieve through others. Right? And so we tell the story in the book of a guy who's got a coffee mug in his office. And on one side, it says boss and on one side says coach, and depending on what kind of meeting you're in with him, he splits the mug if you come in and it's a boss meeting, you see boss if it's a coach media, see coach, I'm not sure that technique works for everybody, right, but but you could see what what he's getting at, right? The better leaders that we know interviewed and what the research showed that can really scale the organization stay out ahead of it, not get out, run spend more and more time doing nothing, but mentoring coaching and developing others, and they do it at the expense of what they're being paid to do. Okay. It's the single best investment of their time. I'll talk about some tools for that a minute. All right. So let me go on. I'm going to finish out the stalls and I'm going to go and we click through a more. Maybe I am clicking. I I like the appearance of control says that works for me what one more things. Great. I was totally me. Okay. So if you're going to defeat the storytelling stall, you've got a really become the torchbearer for the organization. So this means owning the narrative. Creatively and repeatedly putting it out there and mostly doing it through small groups. Big town halls are great. People don't learn except in small groups. Okay. And how do you end Zan? We talk a lot about diversity, rich and lean communications, and we give a couple of tools cultures, very important. You've got to be a cultural ultra warrior in your organization and force the value system in the organization where teamwork stall at as I loot it to before click through. You've got to really commit to the team. We don't this Patrick. Lindsay Onis book five is functioning was fantastic. We do exercise. We're not telling you how to.
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Tens mass every day for half an hour and feels that the best thing he does all day in his career he always wants to be taking some risks and not be found over protecting the last best thing i thought that was a great line on the personal front he says he's terrible taking time to do things he just enjoys and doesn't nurture friendships enough either a loves go into the movies or folks you can connect with patrick at table group dot com slash hub and of course find his book the ideal team player there or wherever you buy your books hey folks now i bring you patrick lindsay ony all right will patrick it looking at physically wheel of life in these seven spokes of success i'm sure you haven't gotten where you are without some intentional daily inconsistent behaviour so we're gonna go through these and look at again where is your greatest or struggle where has it been may be and then what are you doing to be healthy in each of these areas and we start off number one with physical health and wellbeing what's going on in that arena in your life so i've had a challenge in that area i was i was an athlete my whole life which sometimes as a problem because winced when competition stotts a lot of athletes don't continue but i was a runner and at football player basketball and stuff but i am but i always decide i need you to keep running and so cardio is always very important to me i've six and stemmler earned for a few reasons that i need to do more muscle things and i need to exercise every day i love the idea that you should sweat every day i saw women with a tshirt as a sweat every day.
"patrick lindsay" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"That sets him up to be the innovator and authority he is in this space you can connect with patrick at table group dot com slash hub and find his new book the ideal team player wherever you buy books friends along with great show content we seek out great sponsors with products and services we feel will serve you well us to to get the products and services that will help us almost we wanna know the most we can about you would you please go to pod survey dot com slash ziglar take a quick anonymous survey that will really help us to get to know your preferences i'm is busy as you are and i don't do all the surveys so a thank you with every submitted survey you can enter to win a one hundred dollars amazon gift card again that's pod survey dot com slash ziglar thanks so much for helping us out okay now folks i bring you patrick lindsay own ony patrick you could not be more heralded in the business world for your contributions and i want to dig into this latest messages latest book the ideal team player but first just for our own contacts expert from my contacts i'm curious how did you get here i'm guessing you didn't graduate at a high school as one of the most sought after business speakers in america so or where's the beginning of this start gosh how far to go back so i grew up in a family would that didn't go to college my parents didn't and a big irish italian family lots of uncles manson cousins so i went away to college not knowing where i was going to do and um and didn't have any clue but i did well enough in school that a management consulting firm hired me a company called bayne and company and i thought how cool that would be management sounded interesting to me and consulting except bayne didn't do either of those things it was number crunching and analysis it was not for me but while i was there i caught the bug a four for the human dynamic sent went on and business and it made me remember my dad when i was a kid he would come home from work and complain about management is company and that.