35 Burst results for "susie"
"susie" Discussed on Things Above
"Got a pause there because that is powerful. I'm going to read it again So listeners hear this because this is a word for you today. Here's what susie wrote. Jesus created you with a very specific purpose in mind to live the powerful significant life assigned to you by god. Then you onto to write. You must with god at your side. Confront the bullies of fear insecurity and inferiority. You must be great enough to walk by faith be taneja enough to grab hold of his promises and never let go and be humble enough to admit that you need him every single hour. He beckons you toward a battle. But you stand on the winning side. I just love those. Those are some marching orders. That's exciting news. And then you add no one and nothing can deter you from. You're calling only unbeliev can so that battle is within right. That's the that's that's the challenge. That's what you've been talking about already. I think it's within an without. You know i think we are getting our own way with the stuff with the insecurities fears that we leave unchallenged. Within us we have to roofless with our insecurities with allies that a subtle into our soul. And then the enemy you know. He said a long time to study us. You know you think about what. I walked through the child. I'm just. I bet every one of you could look back over your shoulder at your childhood and remember the first time you felt like you were not enough in you can just know that the enemies threat against you is very connected to your threat against him like he saw your potential before the you ever did and this is why. I really do believe this gym. That many many christians go through life knowing their saved. But they don't know they're loved and to me. That is first and foremost because when you live loved and you live out of the love of god and you really believe nothing can separate you any. You believe that you're not what you do. Your someone got loves then you can go on to do things for his namesake that are disproportionate to who you are. It's one of the reasons. I love that equations to ten comes after two eight nine. I we renew by grace. We are saved through faith not of ourselves as a gift of god not a result of works so no one can boast in fact paul toxins scripture when you try to reconstruct a system where you earn your way improve yourself..
"susie" Discussed on Things Above
"A things above conversation is susie larson. Susie is a popular radio. Talk show hosts national speaker and bestselling author. She's the author of seventeen books. Wow i've written twelve seventeen mind. She's also a veteran in the fitness field. In twice been voted for top ten finalists for the john c. Maxwell transformational leadership award suzanne. Her husband lived near minneapolis. So they're chili. Sometimes with their three sons three daughters in law and two grandchildren. You learn more about susie. Susie larson dot com suzy. Welcome to the things about podcast. And it's so great to be with you. I so appreciate your friendship me too. It's been fun over the last couple of years. Getting to know each other. I got to be on your wonderful show and Twice now and so. I'm so glad that you're you're finally on ours podcasts. That's great well. I have three of your books of your seventeen. i didn't know seventeen. That's amazing and they're all excellent. You're just such a great communicator. Such a great writer but Your beautiful purpose alive and most recently prevail. But i want to read a section from fully alive just as a way to get started because i was as i read through that book. I thought there's so many great lines. But here's here's what. I really loved from page fifty five. I am not who i was. I am not what i do. I'm someone god loves and enjoys on. I'm on my way to healing and wholeness. Miracles are possible for me. That susie larson fully alive. I love that. It's so positive. You know one of the things. I love you suzy. Is you have such confidence in the goodness of god and that just comes through every every show that i've listened to you where you host and and all of your books i mean a little. You know just starting out with a general question but where does that. Come from your confidence in god. You're you're positive face why. That's a great question jim You know a little bit of my back story. But i'll just for the sake of listeners. If you don't mind. I'll just give a quick synopsis of mike context but grew up in a large family in denomination where i knew that god was real. I mean i really could sense his presence. But i did not know jesus was accessible and i had a couple of childhood. Traumas at the hands of teenage boys That marked my life in a significant way. One was a sexual trauma in nine years old when that happened. When i was ten years old i was walking home from school jumped by a different group but teenage boys in they beat me row bad and i remember getting up from that place and hearing in my ear not audibly but might as well have been i can get to you anytime anywhere in god will never stop me and that really opened up a kind of a canyon of insecurity of fear of trauma of.
Why Theres A Cross on San Franciscos Highest Peak
"Mount davidson crossed. We sent bay curious producer susie rancho to find out just west of twin peaks above a quiet residential neighborhood is mount davidson park. It's not well known or well marked but once you start. Walking one of the parks trails. You're surrounded by eucalyptus trees and you start to forget that you're in the middle of a major city coming up trail breath mason amazing view when you get to the top. You see two things of you that stretches all the way to the east bay and one very big cross. The cross is an imposing sight. It stands at one hundred three feet tall and ten feet wide at the base made of concrete it stands in stark contrast to blue sky and the eucalyptus grove that surrounds it to learn more about how it got here. I went to mount davidson historian. I- jackie proctor. Jackie says the crosses origin story goes back almost a hundred years to nineteen twenty-three two time when the area was a forest a guy named james decatur who is a employee of the western union telegraph company and with the ymca hikes through that forest and comes to the top and he sees this incredible view of downtown and he is just overwhelmed. Inspire knee writes this long essay about the experience. Peace and quiet were so profound that it seemed almost unbelievable that the noise and roar of a great city was only a few minutes behind them the solitude of the forest conveyed a sense of fastness quite as real as one would experience among the age. Old monarchs of the high sierras
How To Fix Your Quarantine Nails With Celebrity Manicurist Marian Newman
"With me. Let's make it about me for a second allows you have like a wash my hands and i'm like you know being so thorough these days but i'll end up with like my knuckles or like cracked. They're just so dry at that point that it's like what. What are you even do. The first thing to do is you need to do a little baffled treatment. So you need to find an exposure said because if you don't explode the eight the dead a dry skin than any treatment hind cream you put on off to. Its isn't going to reach a pulse that it needs to reach so there were many expansion hind creams around about. You know if that's not available and do it yourself. A high said for example. Get a bit of honey or get a bit of their reach out a mix sugar into way and they got like a very very natural expoliation and by doing that it will help to get rid of the dry skin and then opens the fresh skin to all the riddick like good ingredients that make a difference to you so that is one thing to do. And how many times a week or a day would you do that. Maybe twice a week. She do that and then hit with some really good hydration cream and some protection crane. Then you'll see a difference over time. Skin skin reproduces itself. Like maybe around sort of five weeks so you know it's going to be an overnight sensation. Gonna take a little bit of effort to do that. And since we're getting personal. What's the hand cream in your handbag. Herbicides sing oh okay well my hankering right now on my desk is i'm really luffing on my best. Now and i have high. I have had set the is muggy here. I've oiled but the one that i'm the one. I actually Available in in america. But it's co. the chemistry brand. Yet by jesse m yet by desi up. I'm actually loving that right now to to to my desk right now. One of them is the extreme hydration. Concentrate which is it says. It's like a protective hydration. gloves hans. Love that on the other. One is hand. Hydrates with highly wanted acid highly. I know it's been around a while but you know quite honestly it's proven to work because it holds more wars. It's something like ten times more route so that its own wake up is a thousand eight. Okay great gap so these two that literally on my desk right now and i move along with hans. Thunder tied sounds well. That's good because those are like very affordable. Yeah i think so. I thought you were gonna say like sicily cream. Yes i absolutely would say sisley to say you know in by it might day job as a sessions fest. Insisted he is mike. You say i work with some amazing people and they like luxury basically I have to say susie is in my on my best right now. is these. Yeah so let's talk about cubicles. I pretty much ignore mine. But when do you know that you have a problem. I'm just being honest here am and what's an effective solution that you can do at home. The best one hundred percent best thing to do to that is daily. If not three times daily a good night oil a massage. Get my sergeant into the base of banal. What will do it will. It will stop it sticking to the now play on the growth of the now fate dragging along you do that and i will guarantee it doesn't matter what condition of your are us delo two or three times a day. Once today i will guarantee an improvement in the condition of the skin around your nails snail. Oil one hundred. Can it be regular like face oil or does it have to be cuticle. Oil had absolutely buffets oil. Because you don't face or will have things like it's a in an an an vitamin e. is really really good to to do that. Antioxidant job so that will help the skin. The best oil is an oil that will penetrate now play and there are only three oils in existence that will penetrate the now to any debt There are lots of oils will actually help the skin around the base
"susie" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"I mean talk <Speech_Female> about <Speech_Female> mic <Speech_Male> drop and susie. <Speech_Male> You shared <Speech_Male> a ton of value <Speech_Male> bombs today. What <Speech_Male> do you want to really <Speech_Male> make sure with everything <Speech_Male> that we've talked about. That <Speech_Male> fire nation really gets. <Speech_Female> What do you want us <Speech_Female> to walk <Speech_Female> away with. Then <Speech_Female> share any <Speech_Female> way that we can connect with <Speech_Female> you and he called <Speech_Female> action. You <SpeakerChange> might have for <Speech_Female> us and then we'll say goodbye. <Speech_Female> Yeah absolutely <Speech_Female> so. <Speech_Female> Here's what i want you to <Speech_Female> know. Growing up <Speech_Female> poor always <Speech_Female> thought that i had <Silence> fit into some club <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> the reality is the <Speech_Female> club is wealth <Speech_Female> is your birthright. <Speech_Female> It's not for some of <Speech_Female> us. It's for <Speech_Female> all of us. <Speech_Female> Had to redesign <Speech_Female> my pass <Speech_Female> to create my future <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> to celebrate everything <Silence> that did happen <Speech_Female> to create <Speech_Female> my new possibility <Speech_Female> of who i am inside <Speech_Female> the world if <Speech_Female> i let my past <Speech_Female> dictate my future <Speech_Female> i would never <Speech_Female> have the unrecognizable <Speech_Female> unrecognizable <Speech_Female> life that i have <Speech_Female> today <Speech_Female> so wealth <Speech_Female> is your <Speech_Female> birthright. <Speech_Female> It's not <Speech_Female> for some of us. <Speech_Female> It's for all of us <Speech_Female> so you <Speech_Female> can get a hold of me by my <Speech_Female> website and all my <Speech_Female> social media handles <Speech_Female> is my name. <Speech_Female> Susie carter <Speech_Female> c. a. r. <Speech_Female> d. as in dollar <Speech_Female> and deniro <Speech_Female> and delicious. <Speech_Music_Female> The arm <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> you can go to our website. <Speech_Female> I'm gonna give you ten <Speech_Female> points to prophet <Speech_Female> so you go to my website. <Speech_Female> You'll see ten <Speech_Female> points to profit. <Speech_Female> It's a free <Speech_Female> training. I give you. <Speech_Female> What are the ten areas in <Speech_Female> your business that have holes <Speech_Female> in them. And <Speech_Female> how do fix those <Speech_Female> hole so you can start <Speech_Female> your way onto <Speech_Female> a profitable future <Speech_Female> and was that <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> you are susie. <Speech_Female> Carter dot com. <Speech_Female> Wealth is <Speech_Male> your <Speech_Female> birthrights <Speech_Female> while fire nation. <Speech_Female> That gives me shivers. <Speech_Male> Because a <Speech_Male> it's true <Speech_Female> and be most <Speech_Female> people don't <Speech_Female> ever believe <Speech_Female> those words and <Speech_Female> it's so sad <Speech_Female> because <Speech_Female> that is your <Speech_Male> truth because wealth. <Speech_Male> Is <SpeakerChange> you birthrights <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> varnish near the average <Speech_Male> of the five <Speech_Male> puberty. spend the most time <Speech_Female> with you've been hanging out with <Speech_Female> s. c. <Speech_Female> j. l. d. <Speech_Female> today. So keep <Speech_Female> up that heat <Speech_Female> head over <Speech_Male> to your fire dot <Speech_Female> com and type susie <Speech_Female> and as she <Speech_Female> mentioned at the beginning. That's <Speech_Male> with an i. E. <Speech_Male> suzy as <Speech_Male> u. s. I e <Speech_Male> in the search bar. <Speech_Male> Her show page <Speech_Female> will pop up with everything we've <Speech_Female> talked about today. Best <Speech_Male> show notes in <Speech_Male> the biz. Follow <Speech_Male> her on social <Speech_Female> at susie. <Speech_Male> Carter <Speech_Male> and susie <Speech_Male> carter dot <Speech_Male> com. You can get <Speech_Male> all those great <Speech_Male> guests that she <Speech_Male> mentioned to <Speech_Male> over there susie. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Carter <SpeakerChange> dot <Speech_Male> com that <Speech_Male> cer d. <Speech_Female> e. <Speech_Male> r. susie. <Speech_Male> Thank you for sharing <Speech_Male> your truth. Your knowledge <Speech_Male> were a value <Speech_Male> with fire nation. Today <Speech_Female> for that we salute <Speech_Female> you in. <SpeakerChange> We will catch <Speech_Female> you on the <Speech_Female> flip side. <Speech_Female> Thank you john.
Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?
"We'll come back to wild wild tech a show about the strange frankenstein's monster of technology and culture shambling through our lives. I'm josh rivera. And i'm doing erika weber. I am the frankenstein and joshua is the monster. Let me paint you a picture jordan. It's the early nineteen eighty s. we're in calgary alberta. It's cold because this is calgary and a man named wayne pearson. Is typing three letters online for the first time l. I think you're familiar with this. Wouldn't rate yes. It clearly means lots of love joshua. It's like it's laugh out loud right. Yeah i mean this one's everywhere right with a few exceptions like you just said like everyone gets it. It's an example of what we might call like. Internet speak which can be a phrase acronym or a word that was either born or popularized on the internet. Do you have any favorites. A oh laughing my ass off or ass for you over there what else. I never really liked raffle because it sounded too fluffy. Yeah funny funny thing about raffle ruffles. Actually fallen out of popularity. No one really use it anymore. Probably because they feel the same way you do so your your taste maker good. Everyone should listen to me more. I have a friend who just types wrecked r. e. t. all caps when someone gets there s handed to them but like only in a very minor inconsequential way. It feels a little stupid talking about this stuff right. But i also think it's fun i mean we're both riders and language is kind of easy to take for granted. It just sort of like works and you don't really appreciate for the thousands of miracles that it takes to make it work so talking to a link and we've got to here today just reminds you of how much magic there is and how we speak to one another. There are very obvious differences in the way we speak and like sometimes it's fun. Pack that but before we go any further we should because this is an english language podcast or naturally going to discuss english and because language is also culture. It's worth noting. A big part of how. The internet influence language comes from cultures borrowing from one another sometimes in ways that are not particularly great or well-considered. We're mostly focusing on the tech angle. Here as the cultural one is enough to fuel an entire podcast. Yeah much as. I would like to pitch that podcast. Personally you'd be better off going to listen to the allusion est within a by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. All the time and you know talks about the conflict between loving the english language and also knowing that it has committed atrocities so today. I'm going to introduce you to two of my favorite interviews so far. The first is someone who has around fifty years of experience in linguistics and comes from your side of the jordan. Well i'm david crystal academically. I'm honorary professor of linguistics at the university of banja. Here in north wales. Also really. I spend most of my time at home especially lockdown writing books about language in linguistics and the english language gender close aspects of the internet to. He's here to give us an understanding of how the internet has impacted our language and the ways. It has actually happened before but first he starts with something. That's a little bit surprising. For all the words we don't know and rapidly growing lexicon. The internet's impact on the english. Language is actually quite small. Not because there isn't a lot of change but because the english language is so vast. Let's just stay with english for the moment over the past twenty years. I'm sure the internet has added several thousand new words and phrases to the english language. But heck the english language has over a million words each many more than that nobody knows. How many so an extra few thousand isn't a big deal. As far as vocabulary is concerned and then grandma. Oh well as far as i can tell the grammatical constructions. We will using back in one thousand nine hundred ninety just before the win. Came in exactly the same as the grammatical constructions. You and i are using right now. According to professor crystal this has had a side effect. I'm sure you've seen before. Those who treat changes in the language as a sign of cultural decay. So i went to see a show by susie. Dent she does dictionary kona on a countdown. I don't know if any of this is meaningful to you countdown. british television program with word challenges and number challenges and she does the dictionary corner anyway. She did this show about language and she talked about how people are often very concerned about it. Changing her thing was the word. Mischievous people often pronounces mischievous because they think it rhymes with devious. But it's actually mischievous more people probably say mischievous that. It will probably just change the word that kind of thing. Yeah and this is one of the things that professor crystal talked about length. The languages nature change. It's not inherently good or bad. it's just change.
"susie" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver
"My friend twenty twenty was quite a year wasn't it. It's nothing like any of us plan but in today's episode. My friend susie. Larson reminds us that. It wasn't outside of god's plan he knew all about it. He knows everything we faced and he's been at work in everything that we've gone through and i really believe that today. He wants to give us new perspective to help us. E our current reality through his eyes so that we can live our lives according to his truth not by our feelings and definitely not by our fears. God wants to teach us how to prevail. Oh you guys. It is always my pleasure to have susie larson on the podcast. Suzy.
LEVEL UP: This Life Coach Says Now's the Time to Level Up
"Thought work an action and breaking through limiting beliefs. When in your own life have you leveled up the biggest level up from he was having twins that will the big level. That's what taught me. Oh i can do anything if i can do this. I had my first daughter. My husband had been married for five years and then we tried to have a second child. And i was over thirty five. And we ended up using some fertility treatments. We didn't earn nation. Which is just an and i ended up pregnant with twins and it was shocking. Even though when you're doing facility treatments that's a possibility but it was still shocking because surviving with them right bringing them home and and at this point i also had a business which felt like another baby. I was already running my coaching practice. And i have like seven clients. I was working with. And i was doing contract work. Having to put all that on hold for a while just to kind of survive and keep them thriving and get get a lot of help and shift my mindset. I really had to expand into this next level of growth in order to see my life in any way because now we went from a family of three to a family by one of the things. That really helped me. I completely changed my relationship with time. All of a sudden the value of something like fifteen minutes was so high for me. It was worth so much to get fifteen minutes to take a shower. Was like so valuable for me so that was one of the first things that changes. I started to look at time from this new perspective of. Oh how every minute of my life is so valuable because either. I'm taking care of a kid or i've got to be producing results in my business or in work so that was one experience of leveling up. Another one is really taking my business to the next level. I said okay. I'm gonna make six figures. I'm gonna make six figures and more and it was just a decision i made in my mind of. I'm done playing small in this world of coaching. I know i can do better. And now i have a family three you know and we had bought a new house so this was the time to kind of say. I need to play a bigger game. The universe is calling me up for big game. And that's how sometimes it feels. It doesn't always come just from you. It comes from like the universe telling you like a little whispered then keeps coming up over and over again. You're met for something more meant to play a bigger game. You're meant to do more and win. That voice was in my ear. I was like you know what i am meant to do. More and i'm going to grow this business. And i'm going to take it to the next level and so i left some of my contract work. So i consciously made a decision to shift and consciously made a decision to focus my attention and really grow into. You know the six figure coach than i am. Now you all know. I did not grow up speaking spanish. My husband did and it's really important to us that our girls have exposure to the language when i interviewed susie had a meal. The creator of gundy. 'cause she gives me a book for girls and they love it like we read it all the time and now the older one is using. They're bilingual learning app. They use the same nursery rhymes from our childhood. Think voted to narrow and if not thoughts and our school. Mitch teach kids concepts like phonics letters math and emotional intelligence through song and play the games in the songs alternate to an english and spanish too. It's super easy to learn the languages. Plus the characters are adorable. Bayou those elephants. We can't get enough on squeeze their little cheeks. They've also got beautiful books games toys. Just bring the lessons and fun from the app full circle. If you wanna learn more about bringing language and culture to life for your little one visit gun pecos world dot com slash latina. That's gun pecos. World dot com slash. Latina start their bilingual journey today. And watch their latino greatness shining. What does it look like to frame your own. Mindset
Health Officials Urge Americans Not to Travel
"Be told not to travel there being told again, and they're still doing it. Susie Labor preparing to fly cross country from from L. L. A A X X to to Florida Florida for for Christmas Christmas and and traveling traveling to to see see my my Children Children and and my my granddaughter. granddaughter. And And so so and and to to spend spend two two days days in in Disney Disney world world and and then then sit sit back back and and get get back back to to work. work. Now Now she and all of us once again being urged not to do that by public health experts like Brown University's doctor, she's job given how full our hospitals are right now. I just think it's a very, very risky thing. He s a says more than a million people pass through airport security each day, the weekend before Christmas TBC Sherry Preston Despite
3 Strategies to Power your Profits with Susie Carder
"Everyone to the intelligence of podcast. Today i have the pleasure of interviewing and speaking with suzy. Carter welcome susie thank you thanks for having me and thank you for being who you are in the industry and being just a bad ass leader making happen. I am as static to speak with you. Another schedules like super busy. And i had the opportunity to meet you about four years ago at speaking right and i was thinking man. I really liked the chance to chat with her. But at the time there were so many people crowded around you. You're just finished talking about prophets which is part of our conversation today. Yes having this opportunity to kind of continue a conversation that i wanted to have altogether is like a real real blessing for me. So thank you for being on our show. You're welcome this my jam. I love talking about profit and helping coaches authors. Riders entrepreneurs make money because their strategy. And i don't know about you. But when i started i didn't the strategy right. Fifteen percent of our financial successes base our technical ability. So that's the vocation that you're in so it's kind of scary when you think of only fifteen percent of how you get paid as the work you do. The eighty five percent is our sales. Our marketing operations. Finance right is how we do the work now. I have to be amazed at my fifteen percent. I got to be good and my fifteen percent. But if i'm not focused on that eighty percent i'll never make money. That's why you see people who have been in business for ten years but they haven't really grown. I say you don't have ten years of experience. I say one year of experience repeating at ten times. I'm sorry that heard. I'm sorry. But i tell you 'cause i didn't know bright so my goal is to help you know an uncover. What's your genius. what's your gift. How do we monetize that. Because when you to monetize your gift you never work a day again. This is my job right now. Come on how fun is this. It's fun for me. Some people the number one fear in life is is public. Speaking number two is death by fire. Yom rather burn in hell. Then come and speak live. I'm just a little cuckoo. i'm the crazy white. You're on you know what one of the things about your speaking style. That's the thing that made me wanna talk with you because it was so direct until the point. We just really what i prefer in so before we get into power your prophets. I wanna talk a little bit about your grit story ammo flip it a little bit from what i usually do in. Start with my question which is grid on. My podcast stands for grace resilience integrity in tenacity When you eat about your story yes your career with the salon is spine all the work you've done with motivating the masses and all of these other training development businesses. You've grown which one of those words were nate with you. The most and tell me why. Why integrity is huge for me right when i look at. I believe that the degree of your aliveness is to the degree of your integrity. What i mean by that. I mean that if you were pretending to be something that you're not you're adam untidy and people can see it. People can feel it off thing. You know you've seen speakers you've seen business people like she's nice and all but there's something i don't know what it is and so integrity is like dirty laundry. You can clean it all day long and then by the evening you're gonna put dirty underwear dirty clothes in the laundry basket. That's integrity right. I can try all day long to be have a level inheriting. I might say something to offend somebody. So it's my job to clean it up and so it's part of my value system. I'm not saying i'm perfect. I'm not saying how the down on the time. I saved dumb stuff. Because i don't know what i don't know but i'm willing to clean it up and win your business if you can have a high level integrity and fall on the sword quicker faster rate people get upset when clients are upset and they wanna make the client run the rallies on the store. Just clean it up. People respect that
Dwight Howard to sign one-year deal with Philadelphia Sixers
"Season. The Lakers agreed to terms with reigning six men of the year mantra is Harold. He spent the past three seasons with the Clippers. Lakers also agreed to a one year deal with guard forward Wesley Matthews. Center Dwight Howard leaves the Lakers and agrees to a one year contract with the Sixers. The thunder sends center Steven Adams of the Pelicans in exchange for a protected first round pick in two feature picks. The Kings and guard the Oran Fox agree in a five year extension worth Arjun Susie. Three million and guard Joe Harris will re sign with the Nets for four years of
Police Fatally Shoot Suspect After Pursuit Ends In Ventura NW Of Los Angeles
"Here in Ventura is dead at the scene. So we do have a bitter and Oxnard PT investigators on Harbor Boulevard just to the east of the C Word Avenue live of Skyline overhead on Desmond Shaw, Jeff Susie back to the studio. That pursuit ended in a police shooting. And I thought I heard him say that the suspect is dead.
Sea Hunt - It's Still Alive - Cave Diving
"Off It's time for another installment of Sea Hunt. It's still alive. And today we're going back to season 2 episode 21 for cave diving cave diving Premier package on May 24th 1959 in this episode. Mike is working with a geologist George Brian who is searching for uranium in an underwater cave. George has been doing his diving with his wife Susie up until now but needs Mike helped to explore further and do more work. They're diving off the boat Olympia with its Captain pops. Mike and George hop in and swim down with her watertight geiger counter. Mike has a doubles and George's in a single tank as they approached the cave. They put the ear pieces from the geiger counter into their ear and they take out the probe Mike's off the Geiger counters chattering like magpies. All of a sudden things start to shake Mike is spinning around. George is at the cave entrance. It's an underwater landslide. When all the turbulence is over, there's a huge Rock blocking the entrance to the cave and George is trapped inside under a pile of rocks. Mike shines his light and injured signals back. Mike can't budget Iraq. So he heads back to the surface. He says he has less than an hour before Susie becomes a widow. Mike tells pops. He needs the ship-to-shore radio to call the pier and they need to bring out some big hooks to pull away the Rocks. He's talking really fast. George only has 46 minutes left now. He tells Pops that it's real bad. Now they're desperately scanning the surface for the help from the pier the boat rounds the point and gets there within 14 minutes Susie is on board in her scuba gear bag ready to help George is down to thirty minutes Suzy insists on helping Mike despite his objections. Now Mike and Susie make it to the caves entrance and struggle to get the anchors attached to the large Rock. Finally. They get them in place and Mike's ends up a flare for the boat to pull the rock the boat strains when suddenly the anchors Breakaway failure Susie is desperate trying to get into the cave. Mike is trying to calm her down and he said she has to be rough with her in the commotion Susie's air hose gets fouled and they have to Buddy breathe to the surface. Susie climbs on board the hooks won't work. She's crying pops is trying to comfort her. What will Mike do now? Here's where things really get interesting. Well, Mike just happens to have some Dynamite on board just in case you know, pop says that's kind of risky. Mike says there's no other option but like pops was in the Seabees in World War Two and says they use Gophers to carry a line through a pipe. So they concoct a plan to use a fish to thread the line off The Rock. Well, it just so happens. There's a barrel on Deck with a live fish might takes out the fish and ties a line around its tail and heads back down to the cave with the fish house and a speargun. He checks to see if George is still alive looks at his watch time is running out. He lets the fish go into the cave ties the fishing line to the heavier line and tries to log the fish back with his light like tries to grab the fish. It's too fast time for the speargun. He's got one shot takes dead aim, and our hero fish is a goner my calls in the fish pulls the line through and now has the heaving line around the rock ties the bowl and shoot a flare to the surface and Lifeboat cranks up its engine. Finally The Rock is pulled from the entrance my crushes in freeze George and brings him to the surface. Mike yells out. I got him and pop lets out a big Yahoo back on the boat. George and Susie are reunited. Mike is lounging now. They say George's leg will be okay. They're talking about the fish that saved George Susie says that were fish was Mike Nelson. As the episodes ends, they're talking about pops idea from when he was in the Navy and Pop's final line is I wasn't in the Navy. I was just the Seabees. Hm wonder what my CB friends would think of that now you might recognize George if you're of a certain age, that would be Herbert Anderson better identified with Dennis the Menace his father Henry Mitchell. Well, that was certainly not what we think of when we think about cave diving using a fresh to thread a line around Iraq is a little out there but if anyone can do it, it would be Mike Nelson on Sea Hunt. off
White House Is Not Contact Tracing 'Super-Spreader' Trump
"House doesn't appear to be doing contact tracing of President Trump, who has cove it or of people in his circle, despite the fact that we've heard public officials say repeatedly if you want to beat Corona virus. You test you trace, then you isolate and despite the fact that at least 12 people who are in the president's inner circle have also tested positive. Susie Welty of the University of California San Francisco has been working with public health officials on contact tracing. She's here, Teo, give us a little bit of more information on what should be happening. Thanks so much, Susi. Good morning, Noelle. And in a normal situation, the public health lab, the county here, local health jurisdiction would get those lab results directly and call. Each of those cases do something. What's called Kate Case investigation, talk to them about the symptoms, but then also asked who they've been in contact with the 48 hours preceding their symptoms. That's their infectious period. They would gather information about people who have been within 6 ft for more than 15 minutes, and that doesn't have to be consecutive And in some jurisdictions, it's irrespective of math, wearing So we would gather that information. And then the contact traces would call all of those close contacts. In this case, Obviously, it's across many jurisdictions. They didn't get tested in labs that would go get reported to county labs. So the county here DC Metropolitan would not have access to their lab results. Really the local health jurisdictions are operating in the dark here without information about cases that have tested positive either in their jurisdictions or have been in a jurisdiction since they were testing positive. All right. You're drawing an interesting distinction there, Which is that normally local officials handle this. The White House would seem to be its own separate entity, just given the nature of what the White House's but in an ideal world with the White House, be providing this information to public health officials here in Washington, D. C. Definitely, you know the people that work in the White House who have been exposed. Our most likely D C. Residents are residents, some jurisdiction nearby. And you know many of the people that were attending the press secretary, others their citizens and You know part of that community so they should die. I would think that the local health restrictions should be involved with contact tracing because it's it's more than just the way hospitable people even go home to their families. And, you know, go out to restaurants and other things. The White House is reportedly emailing people who came in contact with the president and others in his circle who are infected. Is that a good step? It's more than nothing. I mean, it's informing people but I think you know the the essence of contact tracing and the reason that we've been kind of slowed up take technology is that you're willing to make that connection. You really need to explain to someone what this means. You need to help them understand why quarantine is important. So anyone who was in close contact with the president should be in quarantine for 14 days if there were any other Citizen. That's what would be expected of them, according to the CDC guidelines, because we know they can the incubation period of 14 days so they could test positive anytime from 14 days from their exposure. So when I'm calling people in San Francisco, you know even if they test negative back, tell them you still have to stay home for 14 days because you could test positive at any point. And the infection in that period between when your last negative test is when you're positive. You're next positive. One is
"susie" Discussed on Broncos Daily Podcast
"And <Speech_Male> here's the other thing too the one <Speech_Male> stat that I <Speech_Male> thought <Speech_Male> they might have a shot on <Speech_Male> Sunday did get off the <Silence> field a few times <Speech_Male> coming in. They <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> were the fourth best team through <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the first two games and third <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the broncos. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Now, Tom <Speech_Male> Brady and company I think we're <Speech_Male> fifty percent which is <Speech_Male> gonNa jump that number up <Speech_Male> there still eleventh <Speech_Male> I know it's only been three weeks, <Speech_Male> but the broncos <Speech_Male> third down defense <Speech_Male> is still been pretty good <Speech_Male> and the red zone defenses <Speech_Male> twelve. <Speech_Male> So <Speech_Male> we don't know how <Speech_Male> long it'll even take <Speech_Male> the jets to get to <Speech_Male> the red zone <Speech_Male> Oh, <Speech_Male> well, here's this to. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> These. Teams are I just <Speech_Male> looked up at this. <Speech_Male> The jets red zone <Speech_Male> percentage on the other side <Speech_Male> zero <Speech_Male> percent. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> But <SpeakerChange> zero. <Speech_Male> This that can't be <Speech_Male> right now it's <Speech_Male> aside for. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Within. The Bronco <Speech_Male> says forty four percent <Speech_Male> which is. <Speech_Female> That's for opponents, <Speech_Female> but <Speech_Male> the jets <SpeakerChange> are zero <Speech_Male> percent will yeah. <Speech_Male> But on the other side, <Speech_Male> the broncos are forty <Speech_Male> four percent four percents <Speech_Male> tied for twenty eighth <Speech_Male> somebody's writing something. <Speech_Male> And they're also <Speech_Male> title and <Speech_Male> third down <Speech_Male> the Broncos are thirty four <Speech_Male> point to <Speech_Male> the judgment thirty, two, point <Speech_Male> four, they both need to be better <Speech_Male> on third. So you look <Speech_Male> at these matchups, the tale <Speech_Male> of the tape. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Draft Kings <Speech_Male> or Bet rivers <Speech_Male> which I know you're partial <Speech_Male> to. <Speech_Male> Row some money down <Speech_Male> I. <Speech_Male> Don't I don't know <Speech_Male> I wouldn't. <Speech_Male> I wouldn't feel bad put money <Speech_Male> on the Broncos but <Speech_Male> this does not feel <Speech_Male> like a lock by <Speech_Male> any means <Speech_Male> for either team I think we <Speech_Male> last check the Bronco for <Speech_Male> half point favorites. <Speech_Male> How do <SpeakerChange> you see it shaking <Speech_Male> out though and I'll let <Speech_Female> you run. I'M <Speech_Female> GONNA. Say broncos win. <Speech_Female> I. Hope <Speech_Female> that it's a <Speech_Female> good game. I would love <Speech_Female> to see Britain rip and do <Speech_Female> well. I <Speech_Female> Gosh. I'd love <Speech_Female> to see a running game, <Speech_Female> get some legs <Speech_Music_Female> <hes> but <Speech_Female> if not, then <Speech_Female> you know just throw <Speech_Female> it, throw it through <Speech_Female> it, throw it, throw it and <Speech_Male> <hes> <SpeakerChange> get within the twenty <Speech_Male> in you'll score. <Speech_Male> There you go. <Speech_Male> It's a simple formula <Speech_Male> hopefully <Speech_Male> Pat Shurmur <Speech_Male> and Vic Fangio of <Speech_Male> have broken those numbers <Speech_Male> down because there's not a lot of time <Speech_Male> to break much much <Speech_Male> else down US <Speech_Male> Susie as always I <Speech_Male> appreciate the time. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> enjoy <Speech_Male> the game <Speech_Male> and then a couple of days off <Speech_Male> and I look forward to <Speech_Male> tracking you down here <Speech_Male> soon. Thanks <Silence> God thanks vk. <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> All <Speech_Male>
"susie" Discussed on Broncos Daily Podcast
"Now I chat with Bronco Sideline reporter Finder on twitter at Susie wargin the one and only four to. Susie you were on the sideline Sunday well in the first row sideline adjacent. It's the pseudo sideline. It's technically because you're never really standing on the sideline by league rule, you can't stand there. So you're parallel to the bench normally in the normal season so being. Sideline extended everything's extended because you're not with fans your eight rose in front of the nearest van and maybe more than that. What was just what was the experience like save for the actual outcome of the sure yeah. No, it was really interesting to be there and you experience it. Thank you by the way for helping me out on that Monday night football game I appreciate that and so you know just kind of being down there in that area by yourself I mean there's literally a full section before there was another person, there is a photographer that would. Kind of they would kinda change in and out on that side the sideline reporter for Fox came over at one point in the second half and she was Kinda over there but we didn't you. It's. It's. It's so weird. It's still such a weird thing to be around people sometimes I think and you and I were both at that von Miller event a week or so ago and it was just people kind of looked around like, okay..
Two Republican senators say they oppose Supreme Court vote before election
"Well, the Senate is gearing up for a big battle over the president's nominee. Whoever it turns out to be More from W. GOP's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. Let's have an election. Let's see the results and then let us choose somebody on the Supreme Court Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who's urging Democrats to call their senators and press for a vote to be held after November. 3rd two Senate Republicans main Susan Collins and Alaska's Lisa Murkowski have said they believe a vote should take place after the election. That's drawing criticism from President Trump, who spoke on Fox. I think that Susie College is going to be hurt very badly, or people are going to take this. If Republicans lose four GOP senators, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would not be able to get approval of the president's nominee
"susie" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Is together way Susie and I Tonight. Best way. The best way. Based Wait. Hm? We can dig it. I want to give never given Wayans writes one of 43 Maya feminize. Damian here, wrapping things up.
"susie" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue
"Welcome back everyone to the relationships and Revenue Show I. Am your host John Human. So happy to have you with us today and believe it or not. We have a fantastic guest today. Her name is Suzy Miller. Suzy how are you? I'm great. How are you today? You know much better than I. Deserve. Will I'm excited to have susie here today because not only is she fantastic person which she is. She has some fantastic things to share with us about relationships and how to make them better both at home and at work, and as you listeners know, that's what we're all about here. So let me give you a rundown of WHO susie is. Now susie is a speaker, she's a coach She's an entrepreneur, is they therapist? She is an author which she will talk more about here in a little bit. And she's also committed to helping high performers thrive in the relationships that matter most. Now, that's impressive. Enough all in its own. But I believe she has two other titled She Holds Most Dear, and that is she's a wife and she's a Mama. So. Suzie I've told everybody just I mean I just scratch the surface about who you are. And now that I've done that. Take us back a little bit. Tell us as much as you can about you and how you got from where you were to where you are now. Look thank you for having me John. Happy to share a little bit. Thanks for that. Very Kind and encouraged. Introduction I appreciate that I actually am a former therapist I moved from the Therapy Rahman you executive coaching because my clientele kind of drag me that way it was very interesting transition I ended up working with a lot of..
NFL Training Camp Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
"A look at the schedule and testing guidelines as things get going around the league, all players must pass three Cova tests over a four day span before entering the team facility, today and tomorrow players will. Will be tested and then return home to isolate for twenty four hours. Meetings are still virtual. After this period, players will be tested daily for the first two weeks, and then every other day. If the positive rate remains below five percent players do have the option to opt out. Really get back to that in just a moment, but first here's what a handful of head coaches are saying about today. Sorry I mean again. The emphasis will be that. We've got to follow the protocol. Be Very diligent with. That's the thing that I think that we're missing right now. A society is that. Is that not very diligent as we? Understand more and more about this. It seems that you know that that wearing a mouse washing your hands socially just. Trying to avoid large crowds You know you give yourself a chance. We're fortunate that we're testing here testing. And you know so. We're getting results quickly. Other thing that's been beneficial. Of Our and Continuing maintain, Around the League, a number of US going to have to be the best teammates we've ever been because we're GONNA have to not only take care of one another, but we're really looking after your families, too, because we're going to make the best decisions off the field and I think we've also learned you can do all the right steps, and still you know have positive tests so. We'll take them when those happen. We'll deal with them, and that's why the protocols are in place. And there's this component so far. Nine thousand nine hundred players have opted out of the upcoming season, and the list is growing some notable names here. Including Three Patriots starters also. You've heard GPS guard Lawrence do Vernay Tardif and bear stalwart Eddie Goldman. Adamant feels like this list has been growing by the minute today. Take us through exactly what the opt out means and the deadline to do so the impact of this. We'll susie this situation where I think a lot of players are concerned about what they're seeing across the country with the spikes in various states, some of these players who are opting out have friends, relatives, family members who are sick. Who may have passed in this particular case, every situation is unique and different. Dont`a hightower welcome to child in the middle of July Patrick shown is scheduled to have a child in the near future, and I think players are looking out for their safety and feel unsettled about the fact that the virus has affected certain segments of the society more of the disaffected others. It has affected the elderly, I. Think we're going to hear more and more. More about coaches around the NFL something. We're not hearing a lot of right now. It is affected minorities and I think some of these players have been scared off by and are opting for the opt out for this upcoming season. We've seen a higher than expected number of opt-outs and again players have until August third to officially. Opt Out so this may just be the beginning we have six opt outs from the new. England patriots already, and there may be more coming across the League Uzi.
WMW Backchat - 20 July 2020 - burst 1
"I don't know why people actually engaged with this and made masks into expressions. As a great opportunity to that it is it is yourself look fabulous? I think that will happen though Linda now that we have suggested it, things will happen. Rather you suggested I think of big grinning face. pouty face. You could change as your mood changes, but you think this whole thing about wearing a face mosque is that you will not be able to see women county lip sending more, and you know when they tried to mate with men in the pub and. were, trying to make contacts and a huge sometimes do women sort of sprout? The Lips Sprout I'll certainly. Do Young Girls. Do it when they're when they're posing. Don't Yes i? Do that funny thing with a month so to the mating moment the the bit where you're trying to send vibes to a new partner new mate. is on the pouting. Let boss Yeah. That's what you're going to have studiousness. Oh! The sales must be. Down plummeting, yeah, absolutely pointless. Yeah, you wouldn't even have to brush your teeth. Actually think about it. Would you. You could hide. Hold Ma. You could even hide your sports. Exactly. Bother cleaning no makeup. You don't have to wipe united a step too far. What did you say the whole thing about looking off your face behind a mosque is quite an interesting. One is how we will not worry about certain parts of our face because we're wearing a mosque. We probably will really yeah, because you do have to take, but but. Just an interesting idea, but I do think expressive masks are the way to go I've I've never seen any I've been looking for them for the past couple of weeks and thinking, where are they? Why are people not doing this? A face mask with an expression John on it. Yeah, but wouldn't you have to have a couple of face more so that you'd have a happy? Happy just in case you need it, and then he's just change it for a side or a mare annoyed. Yes, could have your pockets could be full of different moods. Yeah, lit facemask. Yes, you see when you buy them. You buy them in a set of five from. You could be happy feeling. Happy, sad sign noy yet fed up the pissed off facemask yep the. So depending where you where you could just change into them. This could be the moment, couldn't it? This is could be the moment. This will takeover lipstick and I have got lipsticks in my car. My Desk my handbag Oh. Yeah. Forget or just plain one and paint lipstick on and a big grin. What you could do, is somebody bumped into you? I should turn ride to hang. Can. Slightly annoyed facemasks. Turnaround. You'd be willing the correct expression yes. Can you imagine? Can you imagine going out for the first time with dates and you have a few may face malls. And if you're getting in the compensation, if it's getting a little bit irritating, you're not really enjoying this. person's you board face. Excuse me I just need to do something you would. And then turn back again. And say I'm not happy. You could go farther. If there were very amusing. You can have the big grin laughing face mask with the words. HA, ha coming! into. Don't like you tuned. And, to be honest, you wouldn't have to say the words anymore. Actually you don't even have to buy tests. You could put a face Moscone into say. I. Think I think it'd make a fortune. Start purchasing space must. Come, on Suzie with Yes to do it, we have this is a business opportunities to be his. What should we call it? Should we move towards mood face mosques? Medina's smoothie. Really must glued plane. Face masks and we just paint expressions on I. think a work, Susie. This is our moment, isn't it? The heart was the after you're busy. Pick me up -solutely, yeah. A, great name which Moss I have on today because I need help this person that he's fired. Could. Grinning Musk. Come in, sit down.
U.S. Initial Unemployment Claims Edged Down in Latest Week
"New unemployment claims in our state. We're down by 11% last week combos Ryan Harris has an answer for people who want to know if they can refuse to go backto work because they feel unsafe. While those initial claims air down again. Total claims air up close to 6% Now people have questions about whether that extra 600 bucks a week from the feds will continue or if they can say no to work if they feel unsafe. Congress will still have to decide on extending the extra money, but employment security Commissioner Susie Levine says you can't refuse to work just out of fear of the virus. Labor and industries needs to check your work place, one named Tohave demonstrably proof that that workplace is unsafe in accordance with the stipulation that have been set out by Illinois or sequence. Almost. Connie Thompson has closely followed. People whose bank accounts with their own money were frozen because of phony claims in their names, Levine says they're working with the banks to clear that up. And if you have problems call S DEAs Fraud
Data: Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefits
"Highlighting how Washington insiders were both author and beneficiary of one of the biggest federally programs in U. S. history newly released government data shows several lawmakers have ties to companies that got forgivable coronavirus loans among businesses receiving money from the six hundred and fifty nine billion dollar paycheck protection program was a California hotel partially owned by the husband of democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi as well as a shipping business started by transportation secretary Elaine Chao's family she's married to Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell money also flowed to a farming business owned by the family of Republican representative Vicky Hartzler and a casino company led by the husband of democratic representative Susie Lee there's no evidence any of them receive special treatment I'm Julie Walker
"susie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Sure the kids are jumping on top of you and Susie is now pulling you off and then she makes a mistake the kiss you goodbye I didn't mean to kiss you goodbye you know all the normalcy of life love family relationships and you let your guard down and we're seeing a lot of that and that's that's a point of real concern from the health officials specific to your question and bars were referenced by a number of people and no one's naive look at some of the images I hate my phone is filled with images of people taking photos of some of the bars over the weekend saying how could this help with community spread it's only going to make things worse not better you're in a bar you're moving around you're drinking your masks off your clothes to other people we're seeing that in other countries he saw for example in South Korea some infamous examples of south Korea's are making real progress there to pull back on bars and night clubs which they were specifically able to track itself our health officials county health officials identified all of these areas as hot spots again each county's different each county is seeing something different but in the aggregate of based upon that feedback based upon evidence of spread based upon the concerns we went forward with these fifteen counties where we have mandated and or advice the closure of these bars termina LA times there are closures allowed argument remain open if they search through which we know many do and although I'm part of the contract with the trucks or other P. Bender here remain open so I want to go out and drink in public needs don't hand as long as they order a plate of fried with their alcohol so what practical effect did that have on preventing the spread of the virus I'm gonna have doctor galleons that I I know a thing or two about this businesses you know well and so you're you're describing exceptions not the rule and to the extent we expect compliance and we expect better behavior and that we are committed to enforcing compliance as I've been very clear looking for I think we can mitigate the stress and that concern but doctor galley who's very familiar with LA county in particular and moreover relationship to this guidance that he helped draft can answer more specifically need to let you know you're listening to KPK Sacramento KPK FM Pollock pines thank you governor and thank you for the question we are look closely early on at restaurants that also serve alcohol and then bars as different bars being places where primarily you are there to drink alcohol we are targeting this intervention around the bar closure at the second group bars where food is not the primary driver of the business in those locations where you might have a restaurant with a bar where you can sit down and not just have a drink but order food this does not apply in the same way so we tried to clarify on that guidance and again we are seen as the result of these actions and our data whether further steps need to be taken across the state in certain counties and we will be in constant contact with our county partners to understand how this might impact what they're seeing and experiencing in their communities and how this plays out in their data so just to clarify again that bars where primarily alcohol is consumed you may be able to order some food there but that is not the primary purpose for gathering and or being a patron at that location versus restaurants we are primarily they're hoarding food you may do that at the quote restaurant bar have a drink as well those are different in how we handled it in this guidance that Sukumar galley secretary of the California health and Human Services department this guidance let me be forthright with you we are considering a number of other things and to advance and we will be making those public as conditions change and and and we will make public and we believe the appropriate time based upon our feedback and engagement with local health officers so what doctor galley was saying this a dynamic process not a static one and I change environment changing conditions changing data I will present itself a new set of facts that will allow us to process those facts make some determinations as it relates to augmenting the orders and advancing perhaps even more restrictive once as may be necessary Kathleen Ronayne.
Minneapolis police clash with protesters demanding justice for George Floyd
"Tensions have been high in Minneapolis after the killing of an unarmed black man by police this week George Floyd died Monday after his neck was pinned to the ground by a white police officer for about five minutes this is caught on video protests broke out in front of a city police station after Floyd's death and have turned violent WCCO Susie Jones in Minneapolis joined WTOP earlier from the scene many protesters were slashing the tires of squad cars breaking windows putting graffiti on the outside of the window breaking the front door down it remains a very tense scene here tonight for officers involved have been fired by the Minneapolis police department protesters and the city's mayor want the officer who knelt on Floyd's knack to face
Apparently COVID-19-linked "disturbance" hits Seattle area prison
"The prison disturbance over culverted nineteen fears last night about a hundred men took to the art of protest or tonight I should say just a little earlier threatening to set fires at the correctional complex in Monroe Susie is the mother of a minimum security prisoners when you have people in there that are sick and being taken out sick and they know they've been in this open room concept in close quarters with all the all these other people think what do you do then six prisoners have tested positive about one hundred inmates in twenty staffers are quarantine for the next two weeks prisoners this evening were led out of the prison one by one to a field in hand cuffed department of corrections called in the state patrol helped prison was then put into
"susie" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"Welcome back to another episode of the influence. Podcast really excited to have one of my closest friends on the podcast today and this is not her. First Time on this podcast. We were talking about the incredible suzy more. Now she has been on this podcast before all the way back at episodes seventy two where we dived into really a entrepreneur influence or blog. Or whatever. You WANNA call yourself guide into getting massive media coverage. Suzy really is the queen of landing. A ton of media girl has just nailed it. She's got a program on it. She knows how to do. The Dang thing when it comes to landing media and she's also an incredible human being. She is here today to talk about her new book which is called. Stop Checking your likes. We're going to dive into all of this. Really the psychology of this the mindset of this. What does it really mean to start focusing on the things that you where you want your energy to go because if you're just sitting around checking your legs all day. Are you really making an impact? Are you really moving toward your goals and what you want out of life and Susie is a great mentor in Leader in making? You just not only stop checking your likes but like check yourself. What it is that you're focusing on. She is truly just one of my most favorite people in my life. And she's someone that I call on a lot when I feel challenged when I feel stuck when I feel struggled when you know things. Just don't go my way you know and a lot of times. It's like we want what we want when we want it and how we wanted and when we don't get it it can be really annoying and not only just annoying but it can be devastating because we're trying to live this life. We're trying to live out our purpose and our passions and we're trying to make it all happen and sometimes it just doesn't flow and so susie is one of those people that I can call on in lean to say sister chips not work in the day and I don't know why and I can't get out of my own way you know money's not coming in customers aren't coming in I. I don't feel aligned with the work that I'm doing whatever it may be and she'll just say like one thing and it will just snap out of it so I'm excited for you to get some time with her today and to also feel that and to lean on her all right. Here we go. Have you heard about the.
"The Way Back" Actor: Will Ropp
"Next guest performance as Kenny Dawes number. Eleven in the way back directed by Gavin O'Connor and starring Ben Affleck is easily one of my favorites of twenty twenty. Please welcome the very talented will. Rob will thanks so much for coming on the show today. Aloe thank you for having me. I am so I am like your performance moving beyond belief. I'M GONNA get there but I think you have a story before this movie because you certainly have an interesting life. I mean I've I read where you were born in Connecticut. You know I wanNA see right up until sixteen. I live near. I live in Massachusetts so obviously were bordering Connecticut. What part of Connecticut? Where did you grow up in Connecticut? I grew up in Gary and so I I was there until I was about Sixteen and then. I went to boarding school in Florida. Okay and how did you like Connecticut for the time you were there? It was good it was you know I I I had some great friends there and I I really focused on baseball. Growing up like baseball was kind of being on baseball and feeder. Like you're always Kinda. Took the background baseball. Baas barring up And it was kind of once. I went to Boarding School in Florida that I realized that like Florida Day Falls Different Than Connecticut. Baseball and slowly realised that me Mike. Utah's knock knock out the way I wanted it to. And so that was a blessing in disguise and kind of put Peter in the forefront In the front seat and Yeah from there and went to the University of Michigan. Yeah no but Connecticut was great. I love it actually. Many friends Aaron I try to do that is often if possible. Newhaven new haven is the king the King City for Pizza. I think in the United States I mean Yes oh my God. It's phenomenal but that's neither here nor there. But I have to say so the school you. You're talking about in Jacksonville Florida. I hope I'm pronouncing it correctly. Was it called bowls correct yet. And that's where you kind of I mean you you have teacher want hope. I have this right. Move a teacher named LAURA REPELS. We'll have that incorrect. Yeah ripple rickel ripple and she really kind of says you know what this kid can act and she's not saying she's not saying it's huge like make you feel better or give you something to do in your off time. She's saying like you could make a living doing this. You're this you're that good so that had to mean a lot to you and just talk a little bit about that moment in your life if you will I mean I mean we're riffle She's my probably the first person that told me. Yeah just I bet I could I after genuinely like do you think I could do this as a profession and she gave me a genuine answering said yet And so I I always respected for that and always will and and we did so many shows together in In high school and she just kind of. I think you know like I was saying that. Baseball is a different level in Florida feeders. Also different level in Florida. It's the congress I think. Cheater get more funding in the North East so When I was in Connecticut I was used to these huge production. The knees you know a a you know a ton of talent department and then I went to Florida and it was kind of like it was it was more. It's just a little less funded. You know black people interested in it More people are interested in sports. Obviously so Paul Basketball Baseball and And so I kind of kind of woke me up and I was like oh I didn't know that not every school puts on fantastic productions and so in a way kind of opened my eyes little to To what you know where I kind of fat in the in the pecking order talent wise or whatever and from there she she kind of got me ready for all my college Acting Auditions I. I applied to be a A. Bfa activator in school. And in order to do that you have to Prepare a bunch of monologues. And it's a it's a tree rear s Solution that you have to go through. And she she got me ready for that and she kind of was was one of my main mentors and encourages That that ultimately got me in Michigan and Michigan ultimately got me where 'em how was your time at Michigan. I feel like reading about your amazing. Yeah greeting about your life. Will there was a couple of interviews where there was mentioned of adversity and tough times? Did you experience a lot of that growing up my mother when I was Thirteen yes. That was probably you know. The trouble is the biggest adversity And you know I am one of five children. So you know my siblings. They was on the second oldest. So when something like that happens. It's tough on a fairway and it's tough on you know my father and So you know kind of siblings at the for each other and you know Kinda rallies through it and And Yeah I think we cannot be other end Eventually you know. Will you know will never stop? The grieving is a process. That never stops so. I think that'll continue. You know continue happening but Yeah I think that's probably my biggest adversity that's happened so far It was tough and I have to believe she would be so proud of of what you've become the man you've become. I mean my God. Yeah your family in itself. I mean I think your mom is well I mean they were all musicians right. Will I mean these? These are talented people that you've Kinda grew up round. Do I have that part right? Yeah well Line Graham Law Louise. She caught a choir stuff prior like thirty years or forty years and in and she still sings in her church choir. You know she plays piano and then my dad. When factum monthly clarinet I played trombone. Kind of a little bit of a band merged throwing up played trombone in jazz band and concert band. I was in court as well And then my sister played the violin. Really well my little brother is a is a singer. Songwriter My sister Susie. She's a college Lacrosse player. But before that she played the base for a little bit very little known fact about people don't notice days for a little bit and then Yeah and then my little if fister Lena we're not sure what instruments you gotta play after a police say man. I you know a lot of times when I prepare for interviews. I like to watch other that. An actor director cinematographer has done and one thing that really impressed me about you and I loved it. A lot of actors will kind of try to put themselves over I. I can't remember the interview but it was. It was about twenty seven minutes. You're with two other cast mates. I think Charles was one the other one was. And you put them over like you were like. Hey what do you think or they were like. You never made it about you. You always made it about them. And it's so I mean I could tell you mentioned family earlier. That's just such a family kind of thing to do in such a classy thing to do you. Were putting them over before you. Kinda of were putting yourself over. I thought that was a really selfless thing and I don't. I don't see that often. I have to tell you.
"susie" Discussed on The View
"I think everyone knows that. And you came up on the comedy circuit with David as well and when people like. I'm a huge fan of curb your enthusiasm my whole family as I think you know that and I think when you watch the show you think he's a budget and now he's playing Bernie Sanders on. That's so so when you think back on the early days of coming up with joy in him what do you think about. And what does he like in person. You know what I remember. Joy Joy is to hang out at the bar categorizing store because he always hanging out at the bar waiting to go on and Larry would just regale us with all his horrible dating stories and they were funny the and tragic and those all became George storyline. George Costanza Donald's. Yeah Yeah and he would just one tragedy after another not just Kinda on and then we would all go run in the room when he was on because you never knew what was going to happen. When he was on stage he was always going to one person looked at their watch? He was leaving stormed off the stage. And we all like to watch job. He died as well as he did. He died he died onstage. That's a phrase. He did really well you mean he. Yeah because they didn't get it they would just stare at material was brilliant. It was today was just stare at him but watching him not do well was the comedians Tehran material. Josef Mengele on the the Nazi our neighbor like lose Joseph Manggala. Jonas Salt Vary Asu says the two of you were ripping together on TV at some point. You should have a shot John. Joyce has that that she doesn't want to do standup anymore. That it's changed at the politics has changed the ability to do comedy. How do you feel about? I totally agree with her. We've had this many many many times when we first started for many many years comedy. You know you'd be in these dark dirty comic smokey at the time. We inhaled so much secondary three trunks and nobody has a phones and nobody had twitter and you could say whatever you could push the envelope you could explore. You could go too far and then feel that little wolf feeling up your spine and pull yourself back and create create. Something that was edgy. And you can't do that anymore. Now you just can't it's all politically grind now. It's warring and if you say something that somebody doesn't like although curve is extremely politically incorrect and Larry could care less. That's HBO Laura's also those people are out of but that's that's my question because curb your enthusiasm in his tenth season which is remarkable right and the episode dives right in with these hilarious jokes but they're kinda cringe worthy because they talk about the Harvey Weinstein and there's a Maga- hat story. Do you ever worry about pushing it too far far. Well I'll be Larry who would just do whatever he tells me to. Larry does not. I don't think he worries about mattered. At all I think he's he's an equal opportunity offender. Yeah no he offends. Everybody and I think he enjoys that. He lives to a Finn. I think he feels else's though if somebody's alienated by his political stance or whatever alienate away. I think that I think if you're not offending somebody you're not being funny in some way. What we jugglers thinking that can ask you? Saw The clip of the comedian here in New York who heckle them through Harvey Harvey Weinstein out of her club. But yes yeah you think that was appropriate. You know what do you think you should have been you know. I don't remember it in detail but says she threw him but it's fine if that's her that's her choice and what's he doing there and wherever that comedy club and he does in this Acting job he's doing she just go. We're bathrobe somewhere. I work a catch rising store. Rodney Dangerfield Dangerfield. Used to come in and his bath show up in the bathroom in the pajamas. You and then he wondered why it never got no respect. So you know the thing about suzy. I have to say one thing. He thinks she's suzy. Green and in real life. She's not people constantly. Oh susie so sweet. That's what they say about you. I'm not as compared to the character. They don't ask you on the street to call the husband's names all the time they shove phones in my face okay. So you know I'm buying produce at fair-way which is going bankrupt. Apparently not happy about that and they say phones I. It's my husband. Call him a fat. You know what they get paid your job here do my taxes. If you're an account how much of how much of her is susie grant. I've seen the susie green come out and so we were at club Greenstreet or someplace I forget where it was in the the audience was hating both of us. They hated us and she they were like a Jewish crowd so she says to them you want Sheki green pay shaky green price talk green customer service you know like the cable company on hold for like whatever that could really trigger me. Yeah Yeah same thing with your character and Larry's because they just watched it again is that none of the nobody cares if anybody likes them on that show nobody has to be likable. Marian particular unlikable even though you don't care that you love me now it's true. It is very likable. Because you tell those two idiots right you know so it's an interesting thing it's comedy yourself. People will like they don't now who cares the also that gets back to what you were asking about about the comedy club but if you're if you're a comedian your whole thing is to be likable. You'RE GONNA lose the audience you can leave worry about worry about saved care at all right. Just one funny funny ones. Don't care watch that for that. Thank you so much Donilon why hilarious. ESPN the all new season of.
"susie" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"But these are like meat balls. But they're also got Jalapeno and they have cheddar cheese and they have some bacon so talk to me a little bit about that so this was a recipe that I actually wrote almost two years ago. So this was like pre video so I had developed this recipe and loved this recipe in wanted to share this recipe and so I did In like a picture for right in every every time I would share the picture on social media would go nuts. People love it and I finally thought it was time to make a video. We made a video just a couple of weeks ago and this is kind of very intentional. Like pre super bowl food like we want this video to hit when people are thinking about like finger food party food something you can throw on a stick and just enjoy and they are every bit as delicious as they sound. So they're beef meatballs one hundred percent beef meatballs. They're like mixed mixed in with Cheddar cheese and helping IOS their bacon wrapped and slow smoked so all that awesome fat renders out of the Bacon and and they're brushed with whatever your favorite barbecue sauces. I used my apple Jalapeno barbecue sauce. And they're freaking awesome and a great super above big game food food. I don't WanNa get sued. Oh Yeah we can't say great soup or bull food there it is said to. You said Super Bowl. I did APP in case anybody goes back check. That's right we WANNA make sure we're both not suit. Susie you want to do a lightning round before or let you go. Sure course it here. We.
"susie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"You take Susie all take Molly still they all will be needed so I learned night holy night this ninety year to make a bomb so yeah all it was so good you know it's interesting I don't know where I heard this but I heard it yesterday we know it's like all why do they do this and why do these actors like participate and that's when you're doing television that live audiences completely it's you only get that in theatre soul as an actor apparently and I never thought about it this way but having not live audiences super invigorating an adder energizing for actors so they just love to do it because they're not use to normally being on the stage in that way absolutely don I mean you you you you get that more than probably the three of us are young actor I don't enjoy doing film work yeah I don't I I'm you know most people get their start in theater anyway so it's probably been a long time since they in lesser people go back to Broadway or things like that they specifically talked to viola Davis and she was like to get an opportunity to do this in front of a live audience is just energizing I describe it as like when you are on doing a play you start a car and you have a day it's the motor is running doing film work you're stopping and starting so much you cannot get into it's harder to get into the emotion of something yeah because you're taking so many takes and you have to recreate it over and over again what does the audience do you do you feed off of each other I mean that does the audience inspire you to call first that's why we're bringing it down or or you know you know what I mean yes somebody is our cell phone out in the middle of the theater all that's interesting chasing you must get that because you go from doing this to doing TV and you've got an audience there yeah it was one of the things it was one of the things that I eat dirt demanded isn't overly dramatic but when fox approached me to do something with the ten AM our no joke the biggest fight it wasn't a fight it was just our station in our company had never done anything like the Jason show they just did local news they they were in the business of doing a local talk show and the one thing I kind of demanded was I said we need an audience up in here and I said because it's going to set us apart my colleagues my good friends at the T. C. at Twin Cities live they do an audience on Friday and I said look this is going to be a challenge but I think it's going to be a challenge it will pay off for us because the energy is different I know that I'm different I feed off them and I play with them and you know like yesterday we had to do to the audience yeah they were they were my foil for the day we kept Leo my wonderful director kept taking reaction shots of them V. ill very letterman ask and yeah it changes made in the best way possible I thoroughly enjoyed with don it it it enhances me sold yeah it is US six forty four when we return girl wait till you hear some of the reviews for cats the movie we have Paul McGuire Grimes coming in at the top of the eight as well to talk about his his thoughts all right yeah yeah we'll be back previously on.
"susie" Discussed on WREK
"Not a bad player come on bowl what about shoes is she all right susie is okay wishing i have no idea how did he know she's all right if you don't know where she is i haven't seen in a long onto him want find interest open up i know you're in there i can hear you crap hey miss susie caller living i have no idea who the hell you look i know we've had our differences in the past but you guys are such a bunch of phone idiots said i feel kind of guilty leaving you stupid truck so listen i found this a safe place to whether the new services meat locker over yonder guesses in there nick cave what plenty that he had enough force in there to take care of a whole army so hey in a blow apocalypse me need all eat anything for cared and claude give up your last thirty five bucks to bob and come down to safety thus what just say you wanna die that's fine but do not do much for me about your suicide call sorry that you got sucked into it but i'm not going to your own way ask jeopardizing everyone of every guys said any the end of the world packing now this place is smoking more than i do came from me meat city was go skies of silence.
"susie" Discussed on Rich Bitch
"This as marketers because we're intentionally studying the scene for you susie to say this is for me i needed this or this is not for me okay this is not for me i am at a point in my business where i want people i really really want people to say only god this is not for me i was so happy when i just closed the launch of mastermind i was so happy when there were hundreds of people who said you know i'm not really wellness coach that's not what i need or oh i'm looking to do this instead cool perfect i actually don't want it to be for everyone or all you know i don't want individual attention or oh i want this instead or whatever there's there's tons of reasons but i wanted it to be something where it's only four specific person i spoke to a specific type of coach i didn't want women who are copywriters in there i didn't want different types of people in that program i wanted a specific woman and so in my copy i speak to a specific type of lemon and as a results that only closing sales very easily but i'm also closing them with my deal client which is really really cool and to see that come to fruition is amazing and to realize it's all about the communication i have very clear communication about who my programs are for and who they're not for number one i make it really clear what it is number two i make sure that if someone on the pages saying is this for me though is this for me or is this more for my sister is more for my aunt is is for someone else there is no moment of that during my discussions podcast may sales pages none of that none of that there it's clear that this is for you or this is totally not for you and that you want that i know you're frayed of that pull heirachy but once you drop that fear of that pull airy in your marketing your sales you're going to realize that you're going to attract actually more people and more good quality people talk to.
"susie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Somebody told her that i mentioned her name fondly and choose one of my favorites growing up she was she was she was call my name you could have pretended that some of the little girl susie was you you weren't gonna fall from that okay well now should i say suzy okay susie roussillon us rule us on us rule issan us i'll give it right ruler cyrus and you drive limo and i can't tell you how often susie his called in and she is either on her way to the airport or at the port waiting for someone to land even at this ungodly hour of the morning how often is an airport pickup on your schedule be lester ask me how many times it wasn't okay now get closer to the microphone stop in fact he's here with her daughter by the way and her daughters fourteen years old thirteen she'll be fourteen eventually i'm still fourteen by that what do you suggest to people if they know the weddings in june the graduation is in may how soon should that be on the to do list.
"susie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"But you can't get by the jersey and if it's a gift if someone gave you that as a gift if aunt susie.