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GatorCountry.com - Your Florida Gators Podcast: Football, Recruiting & All University of Florida Athletics News
Podcast: Recapping the Florida Gators 49-42 loss to LSU in Death Valley

GatorCountry.com - Your Florida Gators Podcast: Football, Recruiting & All University of Florida Athletics News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 65:46


GatorCountry brings you a new podcast as we recap the Florida Gators 49-42 loss to the LSU Tigers on Saturday in Death Valley. Andrew Spivey and David Soderquist breakdown what happened on Saturday for the Gators and how things changed when Anthony Richardson took over at quarterback. Andrew and David also look ahead to the rest of the season as Dan Mullen and his coaching staff will use the bye week to evaluate personnel changes that they will make before Georgia. TRANSCRIPT: David:​What's up folks of Gator Country? This is none other than your boy David Soderquist, along with Andrew Spivey. Unfortunately, we have to do this podcast today, because I know a lot of you fans out there are a little ticked off. I'm a little ticked off. I know Spivey over there doesn't look happy either, except for the fact that his Braves won this weekend here. Andrew:​That's right.  David:​Little bit of good news for him, I guess. Florida goes into LSU Tiger Stadium here and just lays an egg again. Loses 42-49, and I can't say they completely laid an egg, but as far as defensively, just looked awful.  Andrew:​I don't know why I had the sneaky suspicion in the back of my mind this game was going to be tough. I had said on the podcast on Friday, if this team came out very hot and just put it on LSU early and gave these guys a lot of doubt, I thought the game could be a blowout. But I had a feeling that Florida would come out slow like they always do, and they would come out slow like they always do at 11:00, Baton Rouge time, and they did. They get the blocked punt from Jordan Pouncey, and you think, this is some changes about to happen here. Florida goes down. They score a touchdown, but they miss the PAT. Then they allow LSU to just come back and continue to march. Tyrion Price Davis, LSU record 287 yards, the most rushing yards ever by a running back against Florida, breaking a record Hershel Walker had. They give 454 yards to an LSU team that has not been very good. 321 of those on the ground.  ​David, it wasn't a complex scheme they were running. They were running a simple counter play, and then they were running a simple lead play with zone blocking, and they were allowing Florida's defenders to take themselves out of the play. They used Florida against themselves. Florida's problem this year and in past years have been the defensive ends shoot up the field with no contain. It's been an issue for years, and it continued on Saturday where they allowed those guys to shoot up the field, and that was cool, because the tackle just pushed him aside. David Price would just cut it up underneath them, and boom, he had 8, 9, 10 yards. The man averaged 8 yards a rush.  ​That simply cannot happen. This is an LSU team that's banged up. They don't even have their best running back in John Emery playing. This is Max Johnson, who has a noodle of an arm. Threw for 133 yards. For the majority of them, I felt like it was dink and dunk down the field, play action passes.  ​Diabate said after the game, we made the adjustments we were told to make. Kind of calling out Grantham and Christian Robinson and those guys, because there was no adjustments to be made. They didn't have any. They didn't know what to do. It was a simple counter play. I got an idea for you. Tell your guys to play assignment football. Put guys in at defensive tackle who can clog the gap, and have your safeties understand not to run up field too much, but to be ready in the hole.  David:​It's just terrible. Florida would have 488 total yards. Zero penalties. We got onto penalties the last two weeks. Zero penalties, 488 yards of offense, and still manages to lose the game by seven points. Andrew:​It's one step forward, two steps backwards. It's every time with this program, David. This program will fix one issue, and another issue arises. It was like last year. They would fix the run defense, pass defense sucked. Then they'd...

Southern Sports Today
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 10-15 FRIDAY HOUR 1

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 43:03


Chuck opens the show by talking about how Clemson will have another bad loss this season. We talk Florida Gators with Andrew Spivey of Gator Country. Then, we preview Georgia-Kentucky with Brad Nessler of SEC on CBS.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Landry Football's Conference Call
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 10-15 FRIDAY HOUR 1

Landry Football's Conference Call

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 43:03


Chuck opens the show by talking about how Clemson will have another bad loss this season. We talk Florida Gators with Andrew Spivey of Gator Country. Then, we preview Georgia-Kentucky with Brad Nessler of SEC on CBS.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

GatorCountry.com - Your Florida Gators Podcast: Football, Recruiting & All University of Florida Athletics News

GatorCountry brings you a new podcast as preview the Florida Gators road game against LSU on Saturday night. Andrew Spivey and David Soderquist breakdown the keys for the Gators on Saturday as they go up against an LSU team that's banged up. Andrew and David also give you three players to watch on Saturday, plus we predict several games around the country.

In All Kinds Of Weather Forecast
LSU preview: Not This Time

In All Kinds Of Weather Forecast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 63:10


It's that time of year again: time for the Florida Gators to play LSU. The situation is fairly similar, with LSU missing nearly half its team. Can the Gators take advantage this time? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/neil-shulman/support

Gator Tales Podcast
Gator Tales #281: LB Mohamoud Diabate and LSU Preview

Gator Tales Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 51:50


Gator Tales #281: LB Mohamoud Diabate and LSU Preview by Florida Gators

WagerTalk Podcast
LSU Tigers vs Florida Gators Picks and Predictions

WagerTalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 4:49


LSU Tigers vs Florida Gators betting picks, predictions and odds for their SEC Football showdown on Saturday, October 16 2021 at 12:00pm ET from Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. LSU has covered the spread in three of the last four meetings with the Gators, including an outright win as a 23-point underdog last season. Direct from Las Vegas, our panel of professional sports handicappers look at the Vegas odds and offer their expert college football analysis on this clash between the Gators and Tigers. At the time of posting, the WagerTalk Live Odds screen is showing Florida as a -10.5 road favorite at LSU, with the over/under sitting at 58.5 points.

Locked On Bets
The Los Angeles Chargers are a lock against the Baltimore Ravens

Locked On Bets

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 21:09


The Florida Gators going up against LSU and these teams are going in opposite directions. This game should be a blowout. The Winnipeg Jets and the Anaheim Ducks get their season started tonight and this one won't be close. Another season opener between the New York Rangers and the Washington Capitals and this one has the wrong team favored. The Baltimore Ravens and the Los Angeles Chargers are two teams that are 4-1, but one team is a lock. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

GatorCountry.com - Your Florida Gators Podcast: Football, Recruiting & All University of Florida Athletics News
Recapping the Florida Gators 42-0 blowout win over Vanderbilt for homecoming.

GatorCountry.com - Your Florida Gators Podcast: Football, Recruiting & All University of Florida Athletics News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 59:17


Gator Country brings you a new podcast as we recap the Florida Gators 42-0 win over Vanderbilt on Saturday for homecoming in the Swamp. Andrew Spivey and David Soderquist breakdown how the Gators offense did on Saturday and how Emory Jones played at quarterback. Andrew and David also recap how the defense played on Saturday and what they need to do in order to prepare for LSU next week.

4 Quarters Podcast
Ubiquitously Funny

4 Quarters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 90:16


This week we joke over Florida Gators upset…. Week 3 of the NFL and much more

Black and White Sports Podcast
LSU Tigers Lifts Vaccination & Negative Test Mandate! Just In Time For Florida Gators Match Up

Black and White Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 6:09


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Touchdowns and Tangents
Don't Eat Street Meat Because Your Team's Favorite Group Chat Keeps Receipts

Touchdowns and Tangents

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 107:14


#LetsTalkAboutItThe well-timed self-destruction of Urban Meyer Cowboys cut Former Pro Bowler Jaylen Smith over money and injury guarantees. He signs with the Green Bay PackersPatriots trade Former Defensive Player if the Year Stephon Gilmore over money and health issues to the Carolina Panthers. Patriots sign Linebacker Jamie CollinsThursday Night Football.Raiders v.s. Chargers recap#CollegeFootballNewsNotre Dame got their ass beat.NCAAF top-25. https://syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/10013876-ap-college-football-poll-2021-complete-week-6-rankings-released.amp.html?%24deeplink_path=article%2Fbleacherreport.com%2Farticles%2F10013876-ap-college-football-poll-2021-complete-week-6-rankings-released&_branch_match_id=974818936189859135 All-American cornerback Derek Stingley out indefinitely after foot surgery Kentucky fined $250,000 for storming the field at home after upsetting 10th ranked Florida Gators. Waka Flaka Flame walked out the Kentucky team and celebrated with Kentucky students after the win. Most college shit ever. #TakeOrTangentLamar Jackson, “All Quarterbacks deserve the same amount of protection.” He's only had seven roughing the passer calls in his favor in 41 career starts. https://syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/10014285-ravens-lamar-jackson-we-should-be-protecting-all-quarterbacks-in-the-league.amp.html Odell Beckham Jr has played with a torn labrum in his left shoulder for the past 10 years. https://syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/10014252-odell-beckham-jr-says-hes-had-torn-labrum-for-10-years-doesnt-want-surgery.amp.html NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith job in jeopardy approaching vote this Friday.https://syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/10014230-demaurice-smiths-future-as-nflpa-executive-director-reportedly-in-jeopardy.amp.html#TouchdownOrTurnoverMarshawn Lynch to be named the Inaugural NFLPA chief brand ambassador Christian McCaffery said he'd argue against Thursday Night Football due to injury riskDerek Carr said Joey Bosa's comments on his mental and physical toughness “pissed him off.” #UnnecessaryToughnessRants

Talks With T-Time
S6 EP5 Week 4 NFL & College Football Talk ft The Swamp. Ft Anthony & Jerry

Talks With T-Time

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 71:53


This week Tony & Darius talk about the week four of the NFL season. We go over everything in the NFL right now. We also had Specials guest Anthony and Jerry from their podcast The Swamp: Inside Florida Athletics. We talk about the lost that the Florida Gators took to Kentucky in Lexington. The fellas were able to vent and get it off their chest. We talked about the expectation of Florida HC Dan Mullens. If you haven't already follow our podcast social media on Twitter: TalksWithTTimeP1 IG:TalksWithTTimePodcast  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

PodUp with Matthews in the Morning
10/8/21 JC & Edgar Thompson

PodUp with Matthews in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 55:24


Today, Shane is joined first by co-host JC, and then by Florida Gators beat writer for the Orlando Sentinel (Orlando Sentinel Sports), Edgar Thompson. #CollegeFootball #BeatVandy #floridagatorsfootball

The Young and the Rowdies
How did Patric Young get so jacked? His strength and conditioning coach, Preston Green, joins Young and the Rowdies to tell those stories!

The Young and the Rowdies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 60:52


Preston Greene is the long time strength and conditioning coach for the Florida Gators. He joined Patric Young today to highlight just what it takes to get in shape the way Florida basketball players are in shape. Young and the Rowdies is POWERED by Bet Rivers FOLLOW: Twitter Instagram Youtube https://thefieldof68.com

GatorCountry.com - Your Florida Gators Podcast: Football, Recruiting & All University of Florida Athletics News

GatorCountry brings you a new podcast as we preview the Florida Gators homecoming game against Vanderbilt in the Swamp at noon. Andrew Spivey and David Soderquist are joined by Ethan Hughes as we talk about some of the issues that the Gators must fix heading into this weekend's game. The guys preview the Vanderbilt game and what the Gators can do against the Dores to correct mistakes from last week. TRANSCRIPT COMING SOON

Gator Tales Podcast
Gator Tales #280: S Trey Dean III and Gator Roundtable (FB & MBK)

Gator Tales Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 50:42


Adversity often strikes when you leave friendly confines and venture onto the road, and for the Gators, their first trip outside the state of Florida brought frustration and disappointment in Lexington. But with over half of the schedule still to play, the task turns to refocusing on the opportunities ahead. On today's show, host Adam Schick welcomes FloridaGators.com senior writers Scot Carter and Chris Harry to discuss the blues brought on at Kentucky, where Anthony Richardson fits into the picture, where the season goes from here, the parade of Olympians stepping into the celebrity “Mr. 2 Bits” role, the start of basketball practice and the most impressive records in sports in the PAT (1:43). Then, senior safety Trey Dean III talks about his rich football bloodline, how he has grown over his career, his love for malls and more (35:32). Please subscribe and leave a review if you like what you hear and for more information, visit FloridaGators.com/GatorTales.

The John Clay Podcast
The John Clay Podcast: Kentucky-LSU football preview

The John Clay Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 42:41


Fresh off their 20-13 win over the No. 10-ranked Florida Gators last Saturday, the No. 16 Kentucky Wildcats play host to the LSU Tigers on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. at Kroger Field. The SEC Network has the telecast. UK enters the game 5-0 overall and 3-0 in the SEC. LSU is 3-2 overall and 1-1 in the conference. Lexington Herald-Leader sports columnist John Clay talked with Wilson Alexander of The Advocate in Baton Rouge about Ed Orgeron's Tigers. John also talked with Josh Moore of Kentucky.com about the Wildcats heading into Saturday's game. For more UK athletics coverage visit www.kentuckysports.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Daly Dose Sports
Daly Dose 10-06-21 Our 2021 MLB Playoff preview

Daly Dose Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 56:53


This week on the Daly Dose, it is National Coaches Day, and we reflect on all that goes into being a good coach. Why are we losing so many quality coaches, and how can you tell if your youth coach is doing their job?The NFL announced their Super Bowl LVI halftime show, and we explain why no one should really care all that much. The Boston Red Sox advanced past the New York Yankees in the American League Wild Card game. Then, we are seeing a number of coaches in the news for the wrong reasons. The National Women's Soccer League has seen a few coaches misbehaving, the Florida Gators women's basketball team had to fire their head coach, and Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer is getting himself in trouble!Finally, we are joined by Daly Dose featured columnist Young Jimmie to discuss the NFL, college football, and to preview the Major League Baseball playoffs! Who are the teams that could surprise us? Which teams are primed to make a run all the way to the 2021 MLB World Series?

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
October 4, 2021 - Tom Luginbill

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 23:56


ESPN college football analyst Tom Luginbill joins the show on the Modelo guest line talking SEC football. Tom recaps the big weekend around the league and gives his thoughts on Mississippi State's big win and the dominance of Alabama and Georgia. Tom discusses the play of Will Rogers as the Bulldogs picked up the biggest win of the Mike Leach era on the road against Texas A&M. Tom breaks down what he saw from Ole Miss in the loss to Alabama and what that means for the Rebels hopes this season. Tom gives his thoughts on what's going wrong for Jimbo Fisher in College Station as they look to be starting winless in the SEC through their first three games this year. Finally, Tom discusses the Auburn win against LSU and reacts to the loss at Kentucky for Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators. 

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
October 4, 2021 - Hour 2

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 44:20


Bo and Blake talk college football and the NFL in the second hour of the show live in the BankPlus Studio. The guys continue to recap the weekend around the SEC and debate which win was the biggest of the weekend. Bo breaks down the continued growth of Bulldogs quarterback Will Rogers and what that means for MSU moving forward. The guys briefly look ahead to next week and discuss which teams can bounce back following a loss. In the SEC Insider Hit, ESPN college football analyst Tom Luginbill joins the show on the Modelo guest line talking SEC football. Tom recaps the big weekend around the league and gives his thoughts on Mississippi State's big win and the dominance of Alabama and Georgia. Tom discusses the play of Will Rogers as the Bulldogs picked up the biggest win of the Mike Leach era on the road against Texas A&M. Tom breaks down what he saw from Ole Miss in the loss to Alabama and what that means for the Rebels hopes this season. Tom gives his thoughts on what's going wrong for Jimbo Fisher in College Station as they look to be starting winless in the SEC through their first three games this year. Finally, Tom discusses the Auburn win against LSU and reacts to the loss at Kentucky for Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators. 

Live On Set
Ep. 41 - Fast Pass Or Bust

Live On Set

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 48:04


Episode 41 of Live On Set marks the return of Austin's friend, Devin Minton. Tune in to hear Austin and Devin discuss their fantasy football teams, the status of Florida Gator football, and rank their favorite rides at Disney World.

GatorCountry.com - Your Florida Gators Podcast: Football, Recruiting & All University of Florida Athletics News

GatorCountry brings you a new podcast as we recap the Florida Gators 20-13 loss on the road to Kentucky on Saturday night. Andrew Spivey and David Soderquist break down what happened to the Gators in Lexington on Saturday night and what went wrong with the offense. Andrew and David also point to several things that the Gators can improve on going foward. TRANSCRIPT COMING SOON

The John Clay Podcast
Reviewing Kentucky football's win over Florida

The John Clay Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 43:07


For the first time since 1986, the Kentucky Wildcats defeated the 10th-ranked Florida Gators in Lexington, beating Dan Mullen's club 20-13 at Kroger Field on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021. It was UK's first win over an AP Top 10 team since the Wildcats beat South Carolina 31-28 in 2010. Lexington Herald-Leader sports columnists John Clay and Mark Story discuss the victory and look ahead to Saturday's game against visiting LSU. Also, you'll hear Mark Stoops' post-game press conference after the win over the Gators. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Bets
The Arizona Cardinals are a lock against the Los Angeles Rams.

Locked On Bets

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 22:34


The Tampa Bay Rays going up against the New York Yankees and this one has the wrong team favored. The Cleveland Indians going up against the Texas Rangers and you should look for a blowout in this one. There's a level one lock in the UFC this weekend. The Kentucky Wildcats are 4-0 this weekend facing the 3-1 Florida Gators and this one is a level 2 lock. The battle of the undefeated in the NFL between the Los Angeles Rams and the Arizona Cardinals and the Rams could be tired after last week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Unvaccinated Folks, Chuck D, Ugly Ass Date, Florida Gator and more.

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 104:41


Good morning and welcome to the ride! The CLO must be candid with a listener about what is special to a man. The NBA and United Airlines are among the companies that require vaccinations for their employees or else. What is up with Chuck D's comments? We get our favorite gentleman of leisure giving us his NFL Week 4 picks. Comedy Roulette gives us the things your family will say to let you know that your date is not attractive. How do you capture a gator with a trash can and flip flops? Today in Closing Remarks, Steve wraps up the show talking about Cardi B. and Beyonce. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The UNPACKIN' it Podcast
Danny Wuerffel - College Football Hall of Famer

The UNPACKIN' it Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 37:00


BIO:Danny played quarterback for the Florida Gators and won the 1996 Heisman Trophy. His Gators won the 1996 National Championship. He's a college football Hall of Famer and also spent time in the NFL playing for the Saints, Packers, Bears, and Redskins. He now leads an organization called Desire Street Ministries. Desirestreet.org.TOPICS:How the pandemic affected his family His passion for pickle ball The 25th anniversary celebration of the 1995 Florida team Disney World experience Desire Street Ministries and how he got involved The common work of the ministry The Desire Cup His faith journey Being Quiet with the Lord Balancing time with God and evaluating your own emotional thoughts His takeaway of the first few weeks of the college football season for Florida See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Tyus Mcafee podcast
Florida Gators rushing attack was on full display against Tennessee

Tyus Mcafee podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 2:07


GatorCountry.com - Your Florida Gators Podcast: Football, Recruiting & All University of Florida Athletics News

GatorCountry brings you a new podcast as we preview the Florida Gators vs. Kentucky game on Saturday night in Lexington. Andrew Spivey and David Soderquist bring you the keys of the game for the Gators as they travel for their conference road game on Saturday. Andrew and David also pick three players to watch for the Gators on Saturday, plus we predict several games around the country as it's a great slate of games.

Gator Tales Podcast
Gator Tales #279: DT Antonio Valentino and Kentucky Preview

Gator Tales Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 58:51


What was once a hotly contested rivalry continued to be a one-sided affair last weekend in The Swamp, with Florida continuing its dominance over Tennessee to improve to 3-1 on the year. But their next test will present a real change of scenery, as they prepare to leave the “Sunshine State” for the first time. On today's show, host Adam Schick convenes FloridaGators.com senior writers Scott Carter and Chris Harry to discuss the latest romp against the Vols, the state of the wide receivers, what makes Kentucky a significant challenge and the most engaging athletes they've covered in the PAT (1:46). Then, the inspiration for this week's PAT, grad transfer Antonio Valentino holds court on topics ranging from Happy Valley vs. The Swamp, the “Macho Man” Randy Savage and his mission to help athletes express themselves and grow their brands off the field (27:44). Please subscribe and leave a review if you like what you hear and for more information, visit FloridaGators.com/GatorTales.

Bleav in Tennessee Football
Florida Gators Recap, Heupel Clock Management, Importance of the Next Two Weeks (Ep. 55)

Bleav in Tennessee Football

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 94:02


On this weeks episode Kyler and Reed discuss the Good, Bad, and the Ugly from the Florida game. Both try to determine why the WRs are dropping balls and why Byron Young isn't a huge factor. They also talk about how important these Missouri and South Carolina games are going to be and much more! FOLLOW & REVIEW!!YouTube - https://youtu.be/w-K8KJGFNCISee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The John Clay Podcast
Kentucky-Florida football preview

The John Clay Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 50:20


The Kentucky Wildcats have lost 16 straight games to the Florida Gators in Lexington. Now Dan Mullen brings his 10th-ranked Gators to Kroger Field to face Mark Stoops' Wildcats on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021. It's a 6 p.m. kickoff on ESPN. To preview the game, Lexington Herald-Leader sports columnist talked with former Gainesville Sun sports columnist Pat Dooley about the Gators and Herald-Leader UK football beat writer Josh Moore about the Wildcats. For more UK athletics coverage visit www.kentuckysports.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

PodUp with Matthews in the Morning
9/29/21 JC & Chris Harry

PodUp with Matthews in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 55:24


Today, Shane is joined first by co-host JC, and then by senior writer for FloridaGators.com, Chris Harry.

It Was Said: Sports
Tim Tebow's Promise

It Was Said: Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 25:45


In 2008, expectations were running high for Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow. The previous year, the Heisman Trophy winner set many major SEC records and was expected to continue leading the team to success. Tim Tebow joins Doc Rivers to discuss his humbling speech after the Florida Gators took a shocking loss to Ole Miss in 2008. Football coach Urban Meyer and sportscaster Verne Lundquist look back on Tebow's college career and inspiring moments. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

It Was Said
Tim Tebow's Promise

It Was Said

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 26:08


In 2008, expectations were running high for Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow. The previous year, the Heisman Trophy winner set many major SEC records and was expected to continue leading the team to success. Tim Tebow joins Doc Rivers to discuss his humbling speech after the Florida Gators took a shocking loss to Ole Miss in 2008. Football coach Urban Meyer and sportscaster Verne Lundquist look back on Tebow's college career and inspiring moments. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

BADLANDS: SPORTSLAND
Aaron Hernandez: A Botched Execution, a Rattled Cage, and a Disgraced Patriot

BADLANDS: SPORTSLAND

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 32:30


In April 2015, Aaron Hernandez, a former tight end for the New England Patriots, was found guilty of the cold-blooded murder of a semi-pro footballer and sentenced to life in prison. But there's more to this story than the tragic death of Odin Lloyd. The story of the most disgraced player in NFL history involves strip clubs, a botched execution, a disgruntled drug dealer, a busted eardrum, ex-con bodyguards, and an unsolved double homicide in the heart of Boston that was on the verge of going cold.Follow BADLANDS wherever you get your podcasts to hear new episodes of BADLANDS Season 2: SPORTSLAND each Wednesday. As a bonus, Amazon Music listeners can hear all 10 episodes of BADLANDS Season 2: SPORTSLAND on demand right now at amazon.com/badlands.This episode contains themes that may be disturbing to some listeners, including suicide. If you're thinking about suicide or are worried about a friend or loved one, call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Navigating the Customer Experience
144: 12 Leadership Principles That Guarantee Career Success with Dr. Kaliym Islam

Navigating the Customer Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 40:15


Dr. Kaliym Islam is a former Wall Street executive where for over 20 years he led global learning businesses. New York Times best-selling author, Kevin Kurse (The e-Learning Guru describes him as a fresh voice among the usual author Guru crowd…, “who” …brings the credibility of someone who makes a living DOING, rather than TELLING. Teams under his direction have been:  1. Named learning elite organizations by Chief Learning Officer Magazine. 2. Won International Society for Technical Communication (STC) awards for innovative learning content. 3. Cited by HR Futurist Josh Bersin as best practice learning organizations. He's written thousands of industry and academic articles and a number of books that focus on leadership, strategy, organizational development, and training and development. His most recent book, The 12 Inch Rule of Leadership: Proven Strategies for Career Success highlights how leaders in industry, government, higher education, k-12 and entrepreneurship utilized a common framework (The 12 Inch Rule) to achieve career success. He's currently an Assistant Professor of Practice at Southern Illinois University where he helps develop tomorrow's educational leaders.   Questions   Can you tell us in your own words, how it is that you got to where you are today? Could you give us a little bit of insight on that? Your book, The 12 Inch Rule of Leadership: Proven Strategies for Career Success, can you summarize for us in the best way possible, just for our listeners to get an idea of what its framework entails and who is it really targeted towards? Is it just for persons who are new and emerging leaders or people who've been in leadership roles for years? Is this something they could take on to maybe sharpen their leadership skills? So, let's break it down. I listed the 12 principles. I just want you to maybe just give me a one to two cents summary of each one. So, let's start with time value, what does that mean to a leader? Could you share with us what's the one online resource, tool, website or app that you absolutely can't live without in your business? Could you also share with us maybe one or two books that have had the biggest impact on you? It could be a book that you read a very long time ago, but it still has really resonated with you to this day, or maybe even one that you've read recently that really struck a chord and you would want to recommend it. Could you share with our listeners what's the one thing that's going on in your life right now that you are really excited about, either something that you're working on to develop yourself or your people? Where can listeners find you online? Do you have a quote or a saying that during times of adversity or challenge, you'll tend to revert to this quote, it kind of helps to get you back on track or get you refocused if for any reason you get derailed? Do you have one of those?   Highlights   Dr. Islam's Journey   Dr. Islam shared that he looks at his journey, he's got to go ahead and cite his inner Steve Jobs, you can't connect the dots forward, you can only connect them backwards. So, if he looks at his journey, he would sort of summed up in two words or two phrases, innovation and taking chances.   So came out of the military, spent some time in the military after he screwed up in college for the first time and wanted to change the world. So, his plan was to change the world one child at a time.   So, he went into K-12 education and he started working, at that time, poor community of Bushwick, Brooklyn is now a destination place but at that time it wasn't. It was one of those neighborhoods where you see the car panned by, you see the burnt-out buildings and graffiti on the wall and you hear the statistics about single mothers and drugs and AIDS and these types of things.   And what he did, he started teaching school there and he brought his military background, he brought his college fraternal background, and his love for technology into the classroom. And at that time, his customers were essentially the students and the parents and the administration. So, they put all those things together, being innovative and taking chances. And then students who really had not been successful in their academic careers, but suddenly started to achieve success. They had tremendous improvement. I leveraged that success and started writing curriculum, helping teachers use technology in the classroom.   So, he left his technology background, he left the classroom because he realized that in the classroom, he can only help probably 30 students at a time but if he was in a more of an administrative position, he could impact policy which could impact more students. So, he took a job as an assistant principal at an alternative high school in Manhattan, overseeing their technology and basically migrating them from at that time was an Apple Mac environment into a PC environment.   So, his interests started getting more and more toward technology and how technology can help people learn. Well, it was about that time that his wife informed him that the salary of a school teacher did not afford her the life that she felt that she deserved.   So, he started looking at other opportunities and he actually went to Wall Street, initially to do some technology stuff and they were actually deploying a new technology system. And he was in a meeting, the teacher in him never left so he asked what was a dumb question back then, he said, “Well, what's going to happen on Monday morning, when you deploy a brand-new email system on Friday afternoon?”   And they said, “Well, we're going to get a lot of calls to the help desk, and there's going to be problems.” And he said, “So are you positioned to support that?” Well, they said, “Well, look, No, we're not.” And he said, “Well, what should we do?” He said, “You should train people, you should give them an education program. What you should do is, rather than teach everyone at the same time, you rotate and bring one department into the training, while they're in the training, you deploy the software to their desktop. So right after having been trained on it, they can use it right away.”   Next question was who can develop the training?   He was a school teacher, had a degree in instructional design. So, he went home that weekend, wrote the training program, and they deployed and it was very successful.   Fast forward a few months later, they were deploying another software system, same situation occurred. He was in a meeting, they said they're going to deploy it, he asked a dumb question, “What's going to happen when you don't train people?” Same scenario occurred. He went home, built the training program and did the training, they had success. And then they had a third software system that they were deploying, everyone looked at him and said, “Kaliym, can you do the training?” He said, “Absolutely not. No way. No way, Jose.”   And they said, “Well, why not? You did it before.” He said, Yeah, but we're playing whack a mole here. We're just reacting, we need a more strategic approach to go ahead to doing this training. He literally went home that weekend that was refused writer, he wrote a strategic training plan for the company with, of course, him at the head of this technical training department. He walked in on Monday morning, gave the president of the company his proposal, he looked at him and said, “Well, start hiring your staff.” So, that was his full foray into sort of corporate supervision and corporate training.   So, they had a lot of success there, he had responsibility for employees. And then they realized that what they were doing for employees could be extended to clients. And so, they said, “Okay, Kaliym, you now have responsibility for customer training.”   And when he looked at the landscape, he realized that it really didn't make a lot of sense to build a staff of 50, 60, 100s of trainers to train customers, because when the need and you got to look back that was sort of late 90s, where people were just learning how to use Microsoft Word, learning how to use Excel, and all these other productivity programs.   So, they realized that okay, once everyone is taught, they don't need all these trainers. So again, in the spirit of innovation and taking chances, they started working with what at that time was called CD ROM training. So, they'd actually program the training on a CD ROM, you would send it out to the various locations and that's how people would take their training. So, he left there after doing some good stuff there, another company asked him to come in and oversee or bring in technology.   So that's what they did, they brought in technology for another firm. He just basically kept on sort of ascending up the ladder, and all these experiences, whether it was bringing in a new technology or different approaches or bringing in learning management systems. He always wanted to help people, so he would write about it in industry magazines and then he got started being asked to speak about things like that.   And at some point, after a bunch of years, and this is something that he's neglected to say after his wife let him know that a school teacher didn't make the money that afforded her the life that she thought she deserved. Dr. Islam leaving education K through 12 education broke his mother's heart because she thought he had a gift. And he promised her, he said, “Mom, I promise I'll go back at some point.”   So, after 20 years of doing that, and having a lot of success, he said, it's time for him to fulfil his promise to his mother. And he left corporate America, and started doing what his mother asked him to do was going back into education. So, he took on a job as a professor at Southern Illinois University and opened up a small boutique educational consulting firm and now he's sitting here having a great conversation with Yanique.   Summarizing Dr. Islam's Book – The 12 Inch Rule of Leadership: Proven Strategies for Career Success and Who is it Really Targeted Towards    Me: Your book, The 12 Inch Rule of Leadership: Proven Strategies for Career Success, could you share with our listeners what that whole framework is about? I'm aware of the fact that it consists of time value, best performance of duty, perseverance, the worth of example, the virtue of patience, talent, expression, economic wisdom, the value of character, kindly attitudes and pleasure in work, and the worth of the organization and the dignity of simplicity. So, it's a lot but could you summarize for us in the best way possible, just for our listeners to get an idea of what this framework entails and who is it really targeted towards? Is it just for persons who are new and emerging leaders or people who've been in leadership roles for years? Is this something they could take on to maybe sharpen their leadership skills?   Dr. Islam shared that it's certainly something that anyone can take on to sharpen their leadership skills. So, the background with The 12 Inch Rule, he is a member of a historically black fraternity or sorority, Phi Beta Sigma. And he's sure that all fraternities and sororities have these types of things where essentially, there are things that you have to learn to become a member, things you have to memorize.   And one of the things that he had to memorize when he was going through his process was The 12 Inch Rule, and that was close to 40 years ago. And like you said, The 12 Inch Rule time value, best performance of duty, perseverance, the worth of example, the virtue of patience, kind of expression, economic wisdom, the value of character, kindly attitudes, pleasure in work, the worth of organization, the dignity of simplicity, he can't tell you what he had for breakfast this morning. But after close to 40 years, he can rattle those things off like it's nothing. And what he started to observe over the years is that folks who joined this organization fell into two camps, those who, like him could remember it and rattle it off and those who would say, “Hey, that was a long time ago, I don't remember it.”   And what he observed was that the ones who remembered this rule, and these principles, the 12 principles of the rule, their career trajectory seem to be steep. Whereas the ones that didn't remember that I said it was a long time ago, not that they all didn't have successful careers, but their trajectory wasn't as steep.   So, the academic in him try to understand why is this happening. So, he actually set out to do an academic study, his plan was to do research and get this published in a peer reviewed journal to solidify his academic chops. Now, after about the third interview, it blew his mind. He said, oh, my God, the stories that he's hearing from these members in terms of what they did, how they applied the principles and how it led to career success was mind boggling. And he said, “Well, I can't leave this in an academic journal, there's got to be more of a wider distribution of this information, because it can help a lot of people.” So, they became agile and they basically stopped on a dime and said, “Okay, listen, we're not going to write this in a language that's geared toward academics, we're going to write this in a language that's geared toward playing people who are trying to reach their full potential in terms of their leadership potential, who want to be able to communicate their value, who are tired of being looked over for promotion and who are trying to become better as leaders.” And that's what they did.   And they interviewed 14 different members in a variety of industries, from K-12, to higher education, to entrepreneurs, to people who are working in financial services, people who are working in government.   The tips and tricks and recommendations that they put out there was helpful to him, it reminded him of a lot, it taught him a lot, it helped him become a better leader. And he knows it's going to help other people.   Just tell one story. His son, he's got a 21-year-old, who he can never get to read anything, ever. In fact, when he was a kid, he tried to pay him to read books, wouldn't happen. He picked this book up and said “Dad, wow, this is pretty good, this is going to be helpful for me, some of the recommendations that they're talking about in the book, I can use on my job.”   He gave it to some of his college friends. Now these are after millennials, Gen Z? They don't read anything, except Snapchat. But his son started sending him pictures of his friends that they were sending him pictures of them reading the book, because they were so excited by it.   So, to your question, he thinks no, it's not just the new and emerging leader, he thinks sort of old folks like him can learn from the book also. Younger folks who really haven't necessarily gotten to a position where they're supervising, he thinks they can get something out of it, he's seen it from his son's friends. And he's got a bunch of folks who in the middle, in between who have read the book and said, “This has really been helpful to me.”   A Breakdown of The 12 Principles   Dr. Islam shared that he's going to do that but he wants to take a step back. So, the beauty of this is, is there are no operational definitions. So, time value, it's something you need to measure yourself by, but the fact that there's no operational definition really gives you the opportunity to apply it in a way that makes sense for you. So, time value as an as an example, it's just that valuing your time. So, if you show up late or his interpretation of it, if you show up late. Number one, you're not valuing the time of the person who you're supposed to have a meeting. Number one, if you're not spending your time on the right things, okay, you're not valuing time. So, one of the contributors in the book, his name is Jean-Guy Lauture, and he's the Chief Learning Officer for the city of Bloomingdale or township of Bloomingdale in New Jersey. So, he tells a story about how when he showed up at the City Hall one day, and he was working on one problem, one technology problem that was happening while he was visiting. Now, while he was there, he got wind that they had been experiencing some ransomware. So, some bad actor threw some ransomware on the computers of the township that will put a lot of other things in jeopardy. Now, the issue that he initially came to deal with was important, and that he initially expected to spend his time. But as soon as the other issue came up, he realized his time is better served addressing the ransomware issue and, on a dime, he shifted his resources. And all the people who contributed to the book have different stories about how you can value your time.   Number two is best performance of duty. It seems simple enough, but how do you do your best when you don't feel your best? That there in is the challenge. And he tells a story in the book, one of his experiences was, someone in his organization quit relatively quickly, they actually lost two levels in organization, and he had to step in, and basically perform as a technician and a project manager sort of well below his depth, out of his depth.   He's more of a strategy guy, so that sort of level of detail really killed him. But if they didn't do a good job for the client, they were not going to take on some additional business. So, even though he hated the work, even though it was out of his depth, even though it was something he really, really, really did not like to do, he had to perform his depth, he had to perform his best at all time. So, that's just one story.   Perseverance, how do you keep fighting through when things get rough?   Me: And I think that's applicable to anybody. I mean, not even leaders, just human beings, because things don't stay easy all the time.   Dr. Islam agreed. That's the point. He tells the story in the book, there was a time when he initially came to Wall Street to do technology stuff and he was overseeing, at that time, they call it desktop support. So, this is before all this remote stuff where you can just take over someone's computer.   Back then you literally had to go to the person's desk and install the software and plug everything in. So, that was his job, he oversaw a team to do that.   And they had a project to install it in a place within financial services called the cashiers, they call it the king, that the terminology that if you're on Wall Street, because the only people that go into that department are the people that work there, they really don't get visitors.   So, if a strange person comes in, all conversation stops, it gets really quiet, and they watch as you walk across the floor. So, his job was to deploy some PCs to that organization and to do it, he had to get the blessing of the guy they call the King of the Cage, his name was Fred Quiñones, he was an executive VP there, worked his way up from the mailroom, and let everybody know that he enjoyed his position, he was the kingmaker. So, he sent an email to Fred trying to set up a meeting so they could schedule the deployment of the PCs, it went unanswered. Left a voicemail, went unanswered, so he did what he used to do back then. He would do what he calls a drive by, he would just stop by his office and start a conversation.   He walks into the cashiers and there's silence, everyone watches as he walked across the floor. And he gets to the corner office, and in front of Fred and he's got a glass office so you can see he's in there reading his newspaper, and in front of his office is his assistant, his gatekeeper, Ann Galante. And he introduced himself, and said he'd like to speak to Fred. She says, “Well, he's busy.”   Now mind you, he's looking at the guy reading a newspaper. She says, “Well, he's busy, come back later.” So, he goes back, another email, another phone call.   He figured let him show up at a different time of day. So, he showed up maybe 12 in the afternoon, same scenario, get into the cashiers, noise stops, he walks across the hallway, or across the room, look at Fred reading his newspaper, he asked Ann if he could speak with him, “He's busy.”   So, this happened three or four times and now his boss is saying, “Hey, when are you going to get those PCs deployed?”So, he's feeling some pressure. He said, let me just try one more time. So, he shows up again, same scenario, he's walking back dejected and a gentleman pulls him aside.   He says, “Listen, you're disrespecting Fred. He's an important man, he's a busy man and you show up here in the middle of the day, he doesn't like it.” Fred shows up in the morning at 7:00 am, he likes jelly doughnuts and he likes his coffee sweet and light.   So, the next morning, he shows up at 6:45 am with jelly doughnuts and coffee, Fred walks in, he's sitting outside of his office, Fred walks in and he said, “Hey, Fred, I hear you like jelly doughnuts and coffee.” He said, “Come on, Kaliym. Come on in.” He didn't even know he knew his name.   Long story short, they did the project, everything worked out well, they were successful. And at one point, during the middle of the day, he needed to meet with Fred, he couldn't wait till a 6:00 am jelly donut meeting.   So, he goes across the cashiers and by this time, no noise stops, everyone keeps working, they don't even notice him. He walks across the floor, Fred is in his office, obviously in a busy meeting, he's looking at Ann saying, “I really need to meet Fred.”   Fred looks up, he walks out of his office, he says, “What do you need Kaliym?” He lets him know. He tells other people in the office, “I got to be with Kaliym.” And he kicks them out. So, the tide certainly changed. So, he's walking out of the cashiers' area and this guy Ron Kowalski, certain names you remember in your career. He says, “You know, Kaliym, most people stop after the second effort, I'm glad you kept going.” Perseverance.   The worth of example. They have Joe West and he's a Harvard trained epidemiologist in the book, and he runs a small boutique consulting firm, he happens to be African American.   And he tells a story of before the advent of the internet, we can just go online and see anyone's name, he was working on a deal with a client and things were working well. And he actually got the opportunity to go to the executive offices and meet with them.   So, he goes to the offices and Secretary puts him in the room and the executives come in and as soon as they walk in, he could see from the look on their face that they didn't expect that Dr. Joseph West from Harvard was an African American.   So, there's an awkward moment in the beginning, but then they start to make small talk and then they realize that Joe West, he likes a lot of the same things they do, he likes to golf, he likes to smoke cigars and guess what, he loves Ronald Reagan.   Long story short, Joe gets the job, his team does a phenomenal job for the client. And then the client asked him, “Hey, do you have any of the firms that are just like you who can do some other work for us?”   So, of course, Joe goes and recommends another firm, they happen to be African American also. So, he tells a story of how joyful he was when he came back to do a report for these executives and he sees the firm that he recommended in the hallway or outside by the Secretary is waiting to meet with the executives. And he believes it's because of the example that he set as a business owner and how he presented himself. The worth of example.   Next one is the virtue of patience. So, they have a story in the book, Michael Dove. And Michael Dove is an executive at PCSU, which is a financial services firm, he's actually located in St. Petersburg, Florida.   And he tells a story of how his team used to get frustrated because they would make recommendations to the executives and the executives wouldn't act on them.   And what he had to instill in his team was, if you have a good idea, that idea is going to remain good, you've got to be patient, don't discard everything that you've done, because they're going to come back around and they're going to use that idea.   So, what he did he, he made sure that anytime one of his team members made a recommendation that was rejected, that they kept all the documentation. And what they started seeing was that a lot of times they would make these recommendations and while they were initially rejected, sometime 4 or 5, 6 months later, they would be accepted.   And had they not learned to be patient, they might have gotten rid of all the documentation that was associated with some of those recommendations of those projects. And that's really about making sure folks understand what you can do, what you're capable of and sometime that's also tricky, because sometimes when you let people know what you're capable of doing, they look at it as bragging. But if you don't do it, it could cause some other issues.   In one of the organizations that he led, they had a woman who she was a documentation specialist, but she loved doing voiceovers and she did that on the side to make money.   And they were having a lot of trouble finding affordable voice over talent, they tried to outsource stuff to different countries, but the accents just didn't work out.   And he remembered one day in a skip level, he thinks was a two-down meeting, they're having some conversations about where she wants to go in her career and what she does when she's not in work and she mentioned, “Well, I do voiceovers.” “Like, wow, we need voiceover talent here for some of the work that we're doing.” So had she not spoken up and talked about what she's good at, she would never have had that opportunity, she parlayed that into a bunch of other great personal and business opportunities.   Economic wisdom. So, they have a story in the book, Nigel Coelho, and he works for the folks that make the coffee for Starbucks and these other sort of coffee houses. And he speaks to, “I always have to remember, hey, this isn't my money, this is the company's money.”   So, he has to look at it like that, he can't spend it in the wrong way. So, they had to make a decision at one point about whether they invest in a $50 million project, which was in one area versus a $30 million project, which was in another area, and the more expensive investment would have been great for his organization, but not for the company. So, using this economic wisdom, he made the decision to do what was best for the best for the company.   The value of character they have this individual, Reverend Dr. Tyree Anderson, and he tells the story of how he took over as the new Pastor of a church in Alabama. And the old Pastor would let anyone walk in at any time. He didn't want people walking in to cause disturbance with the sermon.   So, he implemented a rule that if you weren't there when the sermon started, there were certain times during the service where people could come in. And so, this was new to some of the older parishioners. So, there was a woman, when she was able to come in, they were having sort of meet and greet when he walks around and greet the new visitors, and she literally cursed him out as he was walking on the floor in the church, and he talks about how it took everything in him to maintain control and maintain good character, even though his character was being assaulted in front of everyone.   Kindly attitude. So, they have Kobina Thomas, who was an executive for UPS United Postal Services in New York. And he tells a story about how he had to let someone go but he had to do it in a way that maintained respect for the person who he was letting go and maintained respect for him.   Pleasure in work. They have a lawyer, Cedric Ashley, who is the editor of one of these legal associations, a Quarterly Journal. And he speaks to the importance of finding something in work that gives you pleasure or else it's all agony.   And he tells a story of helping a woman who was terminated unfairly and the joy that he got from doing that, not because she compensated him, and he did get compensated well, but just to see how relieved she was when the stress of everything was happening in her life, how he was able to take that off of her shoulder and the pleasure that he got in that. And he also speaks to that what you consider pleasure in work changes over the cause of your career. So, an 18-year-old who's going to look at it differently than a 15-year-old in the workforce.   Then we have the worth of organization. They have Will Worley who is a principal at a school in East Orange, New Jersey, and he just tells a story about just being organized and making sure everyone is on the same page and how he was able to leverage that to provide educational services to his students and his community during COVID.   And then lastly, the dignity of simplicity. So, they have Jerome Evans, and Jerome is a former National Championship for the University of Florida Gators football team. But he's also an executive at a company that sells industrial materials to big construction firms.   And he just talks about the importance of treating everyone with dignity and speaking in a way not to show us how smart you are, but speaking in a way that people get it, and how he speaks the same way to his billionaire clients as he does to the people that clean his house and how that's impacted his leadership.   So, we've got a lot of stories. But again, these principles are ones that individuals can interpret and use in a way that works for them.   App, Website or Tool that Dr. Islam Absolutely Can't Live Without in Him Business   When asked about an online resource that he can't live without in his business, Dr. Islam shared that Basecamp is essentially a communication tool. So, he knows a lot of companies are going to sort of agile project management tools, whether it's monday.com or Plutio or Xero, those types of things.   But Basecamp, for him is a great tool for project communication so it allows any documents, you can upload it, if there's a communication, whether it's through email, or you type it directly into Basecamp, all the communication comes there. So, for him in terms of staying organized and knowing what's going on with projects that he's working on, clients he's helping, Basecamp is required.   Books That Have Had the Greatest Impact on Dr. Islam   When asked about books that have had an impact, Dr. Islam shared that he'll give a couple. So, one is Our Iceberg is Melting: Changing and Succeeding Under Any Conditions by John Kotter, phenomenal book, most people are familiar with Who Moved My Cheese. And that book is about basically show up and things have changed, so you have no choice but to react to it. Our Iceberg is Melting is a story of a colony of penguins believe it or not, and this one penguin Fred, he's friends with everybody else, but he likes to go off and learn things. He likes to dive underneath the iceberg and at some point, Fred sees a bubble in the bottom of the iceberg and it hits him, “Hey, I think our iceberg must be melting.” Now, he doesn't have a lot of evidence and from the story, Fred is really a junior person. But he's got to now convinced the entire colony of penguins that they've got to change their way of life, because if they don't, they're going to die because the iceberg is melting. And he has to do that with just a little bit of evidence that's below the iceberg that's really inconclusive.   And to him, that's the job of a leader, that you can't just focus on the here and now, you have to be looking at what's going to happen, what are some things that may cause your business to demise? Or what are some opportunities you need to take advantage of that's going to help your organization be successful and a lot of times you don't find those things at the surface, you got to dive underneath the surface to find those things. So, that book is tremendously important to him, has been helpful.   The One Minute Manager by Kenneth Blanchard, because that's all about supervision and communication, and doing it in a way that allows you to maintain first principle, 12 Inch Rule, time value.   Another one is Strengths Based Leadership: Great Leaders, Teams, and Why People Follow by Tom Rath, so rather than forcing people to do things they don't do well, why not put them in a position where they can spend most of their time doing the things that they're naturally good at? So, those are the three that he would share.    What Dr. Islam is Really Excited About Now!   Dr. Islam shared that what I'm really, really excited about now, he's actually has a presentation scheduled in South Carolina for a large international organization, and they're doing a session on how do you take your organization from good to great. So, he's really psyched up about that, they've sent out a bunch of surveys to get a sense of how individuals who are going to be at this conference, how they feel about it and after looking at these surveys, they're going to be really surprised that they're not as good as they think they are. So, he's really excited about helping them figure out, “Okay, how do we take ourselves from where we are and get to the next level?” So, he's really looking forward.    Where Can We Find Dr. Islam Online   Company Website – www.thetrainingproacademy.com Personal Website – www.drkaliymaislam.com Twitter - @thetrainingpro LinkedIn - @thetrainingproacademy LinkedIn – Dr. Kaliym Islam   Quote or Saying that During Times of Adversity Dr. Islam Uses   When asked about a quote or saying that he tends to revert to, Dr. Islam shared the term it comes from a poem that from Muhammad Ali is called, “Impossible is nothing.”   Please connect with us on Twitter @navigatingcx and also join our Private Facebook Community – Navigating the Customer Experience and listen to our FB Lives weekly with a new guest   Grab the Freebie on Our Website – TOP 10 Online Business Resources for Small Business Owners   Links   The 12 Inch Rule of Leadership: Proven Strategies for Career Success by Dr. Kaliym Islam Our Iceberg is Melting: Changing and Succeeding Under Any Conditions by John Kotter The One Minute Manager by Kenneth Blanchard Strengths Based Leadership: Great Leaders, Teams, and Why People Follow by Tom Rath   The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience   Do you want to pivot your online customer experience and build loyalty - get a copy of “The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience.”   The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience provides 26 easy to follow steps and techniques that helps your business to achieve success and build brand loyalty. This Guide to Limitless, Happy and Loyal Customers will help you to strengthen your service delivery, enhance your knowledge and appreciation of the customer experience and provide tips and practical strategies that you can start implementing immediately! This book will develop your customer service skills and sharpen your attention to detail when serving others. Master your customer experience and develop those knock your socks off techniques that will lead to lifetime customers. Your customers will only want to work with your business and it will be your brand differentiator. It will lead to recruiters to seek you out by providing practical examples on how to deliver a winning customer service experience!

KSR Football Podcast
South Carolina Smackdown and Florida Showdown

KSR Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 68:12


The KSR Football Podcast is rocking and rolling after UK hit the road and beat up Shane Beamer's South Carolina Gamecocks. Freddie Maggard, Charles Walker, Drew Franklin and Nick Roush share a few belly laughs at the Gamecocks' expense before turning their attention to the pompous Dan Mullen's Florida Gators. Highlights: The ESPN broadcast could have been coming from a church. Beamer teaches the class, "Getting Out-Coached 101." Freddie shares significant Brad White Scoop from around the SEC. Vince Marrow flexes on South Carolina. Loving Liam Coen opening drives. Dan Mullen is a fart-sniffer. No. 1 is pretty good at football. How much would it cost you to go to UConn-Vandy?  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In All Kinds Of Weather Forecast
Tennessee recap: Gators turn it on in second half to bury Vols

In All Kinds Of Weather Forecast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 39:01


The Florida Gators partook in the annual tradition of beating the Tennessee Volunteers. Along the way, there were certainly some things to improve on- but overall, Florida is getting better each week. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/neil-shulman/support

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GatorCountry brings you a new podcast as we recap the Florida Gators 38-14 win over Tennessee on Saturday night. Andrew Spivey and David Soderquist breakdown how the offense did and how Emory Jones' performed on Saturday night. Andrew and David also look ahead to this week's action as the Gators travel to take on Kentucky on Saturday night.

The John Clay Podcast
Reviewing Kentucky football's win over South Carolina

The John Clay Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 28:27


The Kentucky Wildcats made their first road trip of the 2021 season a successful one with a 16-10 victory over the South Carolina Gamecocks on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021 in Columbia. Mark Stoops' team is having problems with turnovers, but the Cats are now 4-0 overall and 2-0 in SEC play. Lexington Herald-Leader sports columnists John Clay and Mark Story review the win and look ahead to this week's game against the visiting Florida Gators. For more UK coverage, visit www.kentuckysports.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Eli's Studio Sports
Who is the better QB at Florida?

Eli's Studio Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 20:41


Eli talks about the QB controversy at the University of Florida, how the Gators played against Tennessee, and a prediction of what will happen in the game between the Florida Gators and the Kentucky Wildcats

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Dan previews Colts/Titans with Michael Grady and Kevin Bowen! Plus Jason Hammer and Alan Cashman give their betting plays for the weekend!

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 118:49


(00:00-20:12) – Today's MONSTER Friday edition of the Dan Dakich Show opens up with Dan wishing producer Eddie Garrison a happy birthday, what has to happen for the Colts on Sunday in order for them to win against Tennessee, and what he wants to see from the Indiana Hoosiers tomorrow against Western Kentucky. (20:12-32:14) – It's the start of the betting half hour with Jason Hammer from 93WIBC to give his weekend picks for the NFL and College Football games he likes, where Hammer is at with Indiana right now, and if Jason's Tennessee Volunteers can cover 20 points against the Florida Gators. (32:14-39:14) – The first hour closes out with Alan Cashman from TheCashmanWins.com joining Dan to give a couple of college football bets that he really likes this weekend, gives some NFL picks that is playing this weekend, and what happens if the Colts spread will change with Wentz practicing today. (39:14-1:01:54) – One of our favorite guests in Jason Benettifrom NBC Sports Chicago stops by the Dan Dakich show to give his opinion on how the White Sox will perform in the AL Playoffs, who the White Sox will most likely play during the post-season, and breaks down his broadcasting schedule for the remainder of the MLB season. (1:01:54-1:15:57) – A familiar voice that Indianapolis is used to hearing in Michael Grady from CBS Sports and the YES Network joins Dan for a few minutes to give his thoughts about the Colts/Titans game this weekend, shares some stats on how Derrick Henry gets stronger as the game goes on, and breaks down what's going on with the Jets/Giants. (1:15:57-1:18:51) – Dan closes out the second hour of the show by reiterating how he believes Carson Wentz will be on the field in Tennessee come Sunday. (1:18:51-1:39:06) – The final hour of today's show is with the host of the Fan Morning Show in Kevin Bowen to give his thoughts on Carson Wentz returning to practice today, how monumental it is for the Colts to win this weekend, and some things that he thinks will happen this weekend with Xavier Rhodes coming back and Carson Wentz possibly playing. (1:39:06-1:51:21) – As we near the conclusion of today's show, Dan does his weekly Friday segment of Dan vs Fan and gets producer Eddie Garrison's picks for this weekend! (1:54:01-1:58:38) – The Dan Dakich Show closes out on a Friday with Jimmy Cook's JCook Plays of the Day, Dan tells a story from a Bears game that he went to growing up, and Aaron Pieno calls in to give two free picks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Landry Football's Conference Call
CHUCK OLIVER SHOW 9-24 FRIDAY HOUR 2

Landry Football's Conference Call

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 43:29


Chuck opens hour two with ‘CFB 365.' We talk Notre Dame with Tim O'Malley of the Irish Illustrated. Plus, Zach Abolverdi of the Gainesville Sun joins us to talk Florida Gators.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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GatorCountry brings you a new podcast as we preview the Florida Gators vs. Tennessee game on Saturday night in the Swamp. Andrew Spivey and David Soderquist breakdown the keys for the Gators in this game as they look to rebound from last week's loss. Andrew and David also give you three players to watch for the Gators on Saturday, plus we predict several games around the country.

Armstrong & Getty One More Thing
Boris Sires & Gators Won't Back Down

Armstrong & Getty One More Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 8:56


The UK's Prime Minister comes clean and the Florida Gators show their pride! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Sports Day Tampa Bay
MAILBAG: Rob Gronkowski, Ronald Jones, Giovanni Bernard, Richard Sherman, Kevin Kiermaier, Florida State and More

Sports Day Tampa Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 76:10


Rick Stroud and Steve Versnick answer your mailbag questions on the Rob Gronkowski, Ronald Jones, Leonard Fournette, Giovani Bernard, the Bucs secondary and defense, Richard Sherman, the NFL's taunting rules, possible Rays playoff opponents, their pitching staff, Kevin Kiermaier taking the Blue Jays scouting card, Mike Norvell's future at Florida State and the Florida Gators brand. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Locked On NFL Draft
Cincinnati Bearcat Quarterback Desmond Ridder Receiving Mixed Reviews

Locked On NFL Draft

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 26:11


Ryan Tracy and Eric Crocker discuss the play of Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson and Desmond Ridder. And Alabama pulls out a win in a nail biter against the Florida Gators. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Manscaped Fellas, don't gamble on shaving your balls with the wrong tools! Choose MANSCAPED™, Your Balls Will Thank You™! Get 20% off + free shipping with the code LOCKEDON at manscaped.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Paul Finebaum Show
Hour 3: Greg McElroy, Spencer Hall, & Richard Johnson

The Paul Finebaum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 42:06


Paul talks to ESPN CFB Analyst Greg McElroy about a wild week in CFB, including his Alabama Crimson Tide surviving a 31-29 battle with the Florida Gators. Then, SEC Network's Spencer Hall & Richard Johnson join ahead of Thinking Out Loud.

Yahoo Sports College Podcast
Week 3 Overreactions: Bama outlasts Florida, PSU beats Auburn, can BYU & Cincinnati crash CFP?

Yahoo Sports College Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 55:37


Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel and SI's Pat Forde recap all the action from around the college football landscape. The trio begins with the massive SEC tilt in Florida as the Alabama Crimson Tide held off the Gators in a classic. Can the Florida Gators force a rematch in Atlanta and win the East?Penn State notched a huge win over SEC foe Auburn. Are the Nittany Lions now the favorites in the Big Ten? The guys also debate the likelihood of BYU and Cincinnati making a run and crashing the College Football Playoff. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.