Andy and Randy react to the most important audio of the day before being joined by Bally Sports South Braves reporter Paul Byrd to preview their series with the Brewers. Plus, in Good Questions, Brian asks the guys about the Urban Meyer odds. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Actor and writer Sarah Solemani has adapted Jo Bloom's novel Ridley Road into a four-part drama for the BBC, which starts tonight. Hannah chats to Sarah about the ups and downs of adapting someone else's work, fascism, anti-semitism, and Psychoville. Because Psychoville.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/standardissuespodcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Randy and Mike react to the biggest audio clips of the day before playing a game of 'What If.' The guys ask each other a bunch of hypothetical sports scenarios. Plus, in Good Questions with Brian, if the Miami job were to come open, should current Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin consider it? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Stories can also be the basis for an inside joke. When you think about it, an inside joke is something that comes up multiple times with the same person and evokes a positive emotion. It's the same topic brought up in a different context. Thus, you just need to call back to a story through a conversation and there's a good chance it will stick as a “Remember when we talked about…” moment. The more you use it, the more a unique bond is created between only the two of you. Improving your storytelling ability is important, but what about eliciting stories from others? You can phrase your questions carefully to ask for stories rather than answers from people, which is a simple way to make conversation easier and more enjoyable for everyone involved. There are ways to make people open up to you and want to keep gabbing. Remember the lesson we learned with the 1:1:1 method in pinpointing the emotions that people are trying to evoke. To amplify this, you can pin the tail on the donkey and strategically add on to people's stories. The Art of Witty Banter: Be Clever, Quick, & Magnetic By Patrick King Read the show notes and/or transcript at https://bit.ly/social-skills-home Get the audiobook on Audible at https://bit.ly/WittyBanterKing For a free minibook on conversation tactics, visit Patrick King Consulting at https://bit.ly/pkconsulting For narration information visit Russell Newton at https://bit.ly/VoW-home For production information visit Newton Media Group LLC at https://bit.ly/newtonmg #Callback #Conversation #WittyBanter #ImproveYourStorytellingWithInsideJokesAndGoodQuestions #RussellNewton #NewtonMG #PatrickKing #SocialSkillsCoaching Callback,Conversation,Witty Banter,Improve Your Storytelling With Inside Jokes And Good Questions,Russell Newton,NewtonMG,Patrick King,Social Skills Coaching
Do you know how to question your own brain? Do you challenge your own thoughts? Some of us are pros at challenging others' beliefs but struggle to challenge our own. Learning to ask your own brain good questions is a skill that will serve you for the rest of your life. Rather than taking your thoughts at face value, a good question encourages digging deeper. This is where the truth comes out about what we are making things mean and how we are holding ourselves back. We can only change the narrative in our brain when we know what is there in the first place. Asking good questions will help you get to know yourself on a deep level, and give such great awareness that you will be able to change your thoughts to create what you want on purpose. Please click the like button above and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! More information at https://andreagiles.com/podcast/ © 2021 Andrea Giles
Discover what questions to ask yourself to find more fulfillment in your day-to-day life. Get inspired and boost your confidence on the way, as always! You're gonna love it!! To learn more, please visit https://personal-development-zone.com/questions-to-feel-content/
Andy and Randy react to the hottest trending audio of the day before being joined by Atlanta United Radio Network play-by-play broadcaster Mike Conti. Plus, in Good Questions, Brian asks the guys about Urban Meyer's comments about the USC job and Calvin Johnson just wanting the Lions to pay him. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andy and Randy react to the most important audio of the day before being joined by Brian for Good Questions. How big is the USC head coaching position and why are there so many injuries in the NFL already? Plus, the guys are joined by Atlanta Falcons reporter Tori McElhaney to give her thoughts on their Week 1 drubbing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's a Gopher Football Gameday as Minnesota opens their season against Ohio State and Tommy Olson and Justin Conzemius are in studio to break it all down! Plus, Ben Leber adds his outside perspective on the game, Hawk has some Good Questions, Maxx shares his thoughts on country music and Zach Halverson is in a bad mood.
Andy and Randy react to the hottest trending audio of the day before being joined by Atlanta Falcons Radio Network analyst, Dave Archer. What position concerns him most heading into the season? Also, in Good Questions, Brian asks the guys about the expectations for Georgia Tech's season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andy and Mike react to the most important audio of the day before getting into the Lunchtime Falcons Report. What questions remain unanswered after the team's final preseason game? Plus, get some Good Questions with Brian! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How do you set artistic goals? What does warm chocolate cake with cold vanilla ice cream have to do with a moment of clarity? What do you do if your goal is demolished by a heartless injustice? What does faith have to do with any of this? We find perhaps, everything.
Andy and Randy react to the hottest audio of the day before diving into the Lunchtime Falcons Report. Who are the most versatile players on the Falcons roster? Plus, the guys talk all things college football schedules in Good Questions with Brian! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
To kick off hour three of this Monday edition of The Midday Show with Andy and Randy, the guys let you hear the most important audio of the world. Next, Andy and Randy talk about all things Atlanta Falcons in the Lunchtime Falcons Report. Finally, Andy and Randy close out hour three of this Monday edition of The Midday Show with Andy and Randy by answering some Good Questions from Wendy Adams. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andy and Randy react to the most important audio of the day before being joined by Atlanta Falcons Radio Network analyst Dave Archer. Also, which athlete's (current or former) kid has the most pressure on them to succeed? The guys discuss with Brian in "Good Questions!" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
HUGE Edition of The Jordy Culotta Show on this Wednesday. We speak with The Athletics Brody Miller, who has his hands full covering the LSU Football program. We pepper him with questions regarding the Tigers O-Line, who will step up at running back, and how injuries could affect what may be a championship season. Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.football joins for his weekly Wednesday spot. He gives us the lowdown on what seems to be a quarterback competition between Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill? He also gives us his thoughts on what the Saints should do in the secondary, as the Who Dats are thin thin in the back end. Chef JPB joins the show to stir the pot! Also MAIL TIME!
Andy and Randy react to the hottest trending sound bites from today before talking about the good and bad from the Falcons first preseason game on Friday. Plus, Brian has a new Falcons song when it comes to one of their players... take a listen in Good Questions! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I am going to get into good questions to ask on the first date. Knowing what questions to ask a guy on the first date is probably the MOST important tip I can give you. Mainly so that you do not end up wasting your time going on a second date or continuing to see someone for weeks, months, or even years only to find out that they are a complete psychopath or someone you do not want to be with.Link to original post including other mentioned blog posts and videos: https://www.sophie-sticatedmom.com/2017/03/28/important-first-date-questions-you-should-be-asking/ My free ebook with these pieces and more that will teach you how to make a capsule wardrobe you can wear year round: http://eepurl.com/gSn_a5Shop All My Products: https://sophie-sticatedmom.myshopify.com/Hire me as your life coach: https://provider.magnifi.io/Sophie-sticatedMomFollow me on Instagram: IG sophie_sticatedmomBlog: https://sophie-sticatedmom.comYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheSlreed84Podcast: https://sophie-sticatedmom.buzzsprout.comHire me as your life coach: https://provider.magnifi.io/Sophie-sticatedMomWant to Donate? paypal.me/sophiesticatedmomSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/sophiesticatedmom)
The guys kick off a Trillville Thursday edition of The Midday Show with Andy and Randy by talking with Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Russell Gage. Next, the guys continue hour three by giving their five most important Atlanta athletes who have not won an MVP award. Finally, hour three of this Trillville Thursday edition of The Midday Show with Andy and Randy is wrapped up with some Good Questions from Brian Gebhardt. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(Sponsored by GRAPHICS PRO EXPO) This week Aaron and Terry will be talking about the funny, the perplexing, and yes, the great comments and questions they've heard at trade shows. And maybe a few suggestions for what you should be asking as you walk the floor. They'll open the show with Jamar Laster from Impressions to talk about the upcoming Impressions Expo in Atlantic City. Our regular listeners know this, but 2 Regular Guys are all about garment decorating, a bit of fun, and no rants or lectures or selling. We are not doing this for our employers, but rather for our industry. Since February 2013, The 2 Regular Guys have been the first and the most listened to garment decorating industry podcast on this planet! We are humbled by all of you tuning in each week. We work hard to bring you information that will make your business better, and our industry better. Take a look at our incredible weekly guest list and you'll understand where this industry goes for news, interviews, and the heartbeat of garment decorating. Thanks for listening! News Got a very nice email from someone helping us with a potential spelling issue on our site “I thought I would mention that it looks like the word "bleu" is spelled incorrectly on your website. I've seen some tools to help with problems like this such as SpellAlert.com or WebsiteChecker.com. I just thought you should know!” First thanks for the website ideas. Second, Terry, can you explain why that is not a spelling error?Aaron Embroidered - https://youtu.be/1of2wT6LbNE?t=590 Dad Joke - From Aaron's Dad so fitting: Prison is just one word to you, but for some people…it's a whole sentence. Interesting Things People Say to Us at Trade Shows The “why not” customer“Where I come from you can't sell a printed shirt for more than $5.00.”“Nobody can make money with that equipment.”The “blinded by the price” customer“How much is it?”“How much is the ink?”The “blinded by the sales pitch” customer“Why do you have to pretreat but those guys don't?”“Why is your print $2.00 and their print is only $0.12.”“With our machine you can use a 72dpi file and it will print beautifully.”The “I'm smarter than you” customer“Why would I buy this when I could buy that instead?”“I could build that myself.”“Yeah, I know all that.” And proceeds to spew incorrect internet facts.“My buddy in the industry told me all the big screen printers and digital decorators have already pushed the little guys out.”The “I just game the system” customer“Yeah, I won't pay the $1,000 for your software. Whenever I need to use it I just download the trial to a new email address.” Good for you, that's pretty smart. Since you're telling me, I guess you're pretty proud of it. It's stealing but hey.The “I just need to take about two hours of your time” customer“I've got my machine here in this wagon. Could you take a look at it? I'm getting some banding.”“Could you teach me how to… use Photoshop… fix these five files for me...”“I've got a flash drive and I need you to print these 10 images for me.” Facebook Live Video #5Things 5 Good Questions to Ask at Trade Shows "Is this equipment/product right for my business?”“What does a complete package cost?”“What kind of training will I get?”“What kind of support do you offer?”“Could you give me the contact information for a few of your customers?” Be Part of #5Things If you would like to present your 5 Things, five quick points on any subject whether it be advice or five instructional steps, we would love to hear from you. You can come on the show and present them yourself, or we will share your list with our listeners or even play a recorded video of you sharing 5 things. Whatever is easiest.Reach out to us at email@example.com, Contact Us or at our Facebook Page. Other Events 5 Keys of Business Success Growing and Launching - This experience includes over 5 hours of training videos, with 25 specific detailed modules. There are 5 distinct keys with 26 homework assignments to ...
Andy and J.R. react to the most important audio of the day before being joined by reporter/host/writer for the NFL Network and Atlanta Falcons, Steve Wyche. And Brian Gebhardt asks the guys a handful of Good Questions including Sean Payton's reaction to Michael Thomas' late surgery. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andy and J.R. react to the most important audio of the day including Katie Ladecky winning her first gold medal of the 2021 Olympics in the 1500-meter freestyle. Mike Conti of the Hawks and United Radio Network stops by to discuss the NBA Draft happening tomorrow night before a round of Good Questions with Brian Gebhardt. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andy and Randy react to the hottest audio of the day before being joined by Chris Goforth LIVE from SEC Media Days - Day 3. Plus, in Good Questions with Brian Gebhardt, where would you go to celebrate if you just won a Championship? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andy and Randy react to the most important audio of the day including trash talk from The Match between Aaron Rodgers/Bryson DeChambeau and Phil Mickelson/Tom Brady. Also, what moves do you WANT the Atlanta Hawks to make this season? Plus, we hear the new 'Vax That Thing Up' to the tune of 'Back That Thing Up' in Good Questions with Brian Gebhardt! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Buying a house may be terrifying, but with a few questions prepared, you'll sound like you know what you're doing! Here we consider 7 good questions to ask when buying a house in English, and how these can make your life MUCH easier!
Light and dark are continually in battle. We face this fight every day. Many of us are walking around broken from our past, burdened by our guilt, and even locked down by our sin. There's a freedom that comes when we pull those things out of the darkness and bring them into the light. Jesus tells us in John 12, "I have come as a light to shine in this dark world so that all who put their trust in me will no longer remain in the dark." In this episode, Bryan and I talk about our journey of living in darkness and how together we were able to bring it to light. Christ died so you wouldn't have to hide any longer. It's time to walk into the light.
Randy and Chris react to the most important audio of the day before being joined by Mike Conti of the Atlanta Hawks Radio Network. Brian also joins the guys for Good Questions including Rob Manfred's out-of-touch comments. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How is mental health affecting the Church today? Let me press in a little further, how is mental health affecting Church leadership today? My fear is that it's a great deal! In this episode of Let's Get Tryin' I'm sharing with you a conversation I had with my friend, JR Horn, on his podcast; the Seats to Streets Podcast. Throughout our conversation, we talk about how COVID has caused new mental health challenges for the Church, as well as for staff members of the local church. We talk about some practical ways to help congregations while also addressing how each of us needs community and vulnerability.Check out the Seats to Streets Podcast:www.seatstostreets.com
Have you ever had questions about your faith? Have there been answers that were hard to come by on some pretty tough subjects? Well, you are very fortunate! Peter will answer ALL of those! Well, not really. Peter continues this new series entitled "Good Questions". In this series Peter utilizes a book from R.C. Sproul called Now That's a Good Question! In this and future episodes Peter will be referencing this book in answering some pretty significant questions about the Christian faith. We pray this is a challenge and blessing to you! Don't forget to share with your friends! Intro and Outro recordings done by Erik Sampson of Flutemaker Ministries (https://flutemakerministries.org/). Used with permission. If you get a chance, stop by and see what the Lord is doing there!
Andy and Randy react to the most important audio of the day before breaking down what adjustments the Atlanta Hawks need to make prior to Game 3 on Friday at State Farm Arena. Plus, in Good Questions, Brian Gebhardt asks the guys about the Yankees interest in Ender Inciarte and the College Football Playoff expanding to 12 games. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What would the world look like if we genuinely wanted to know people better? What would it look like if we asked each other more questions and stopped caring only about our lives? I believe it would change the world for the good. In this episode of Let's Get Tryin' my wife, Jerrica, and I talk about this very topic. We unpack the reason this is important, some practical ways of doing it, and also the fears that drive us away from it. Let's get out there and start asking good questions.
Have you ever had questions about your faith? Have there been answers that were hard to come by on some pretty tough subjects? Well, you are very fortunate! Peter will answer ALL of those! Well, not really. Peter continues this new series entitled "Good Questions." In this series Peter utilizes a book from R.C. Sproul called Now That's a Good Question! In this and future episodes Peter will be referencing this book in answering some pretty significant questions about the Christian faith. We pray this is a challenge and blessing to you! Don't forget to share with your friends! Intro and Outro recordings done by Erik Sampson of Flutemaker Ministries (https://flutemakerministries.org/). Used with permission. If you get a chance, stop by and see what the Lord is doing there!
Andy and Randy react to the most important audio of the day before being joined by Hawks Radio Network's Mike Conti to recap Game 2. Plus, Brian Gebhardt asks about the banter going on with the new The Match pairing in Good Questions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today’s episode of the Sports Business Classroom Audio Experience, we sat down with Nick Lagios, General Manager of the Capitanes CDMX. Nick Lagios was the Director of Basketball Operations and Player Development for the South Bay Lakers, the G League affiliate of the Los Angeles Lakers and a former SBC Student.In this episode we discuss:What made this job opportunity seem like this was the right moveNick talks about his experiences in Sydney, AustraliaWhat the interview process was like for Nick’s current positionNick’s advice for people who are chasing their dreams Nick Lagios attended the University of Colorado, Boulder, where he is a graduate of the university’s top-notch geography program, all while being a well-versed, talented, creative, and motivational individual. After graduating college Nick became a video intern for the Los Angeles Lakers for 8 months. From there he scored a job with the South Bay Lakers as a Basketball Operations Coordinator and then later transitioned to be the Director of Basketball Operations and Player Development. After working for South Bay for nearly six years, Nick earned a job as Basketball Development Coordinator for the Lakers, up until his new position as a GM. Connect with Beau Estes: Twitter Connect with Nick Lagios: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter
Andy and Randy react to the most important audio of the day before being joined by Audacy.com NBA Insider Brian Scalabrine. Plus, in Good Questions, Brian Gebhardt forces an answer out of Randy if he'll join us all for a drink on Friday! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today’s episode of the Sports Business Classroom Audio Experience, we sat down with the host of the No Dunks Podcast, Leigh Ellis. Leigh writes, shoots, produces and edits his own features for The Athletic. Previously, Leigh has been an analyst on the FAN590 radio station during the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, the US Open, and the Rogers Cup. Leigh has a strong passion for all sports, specifically the NBA, Soccer, Tennis, Cricket, Australian Rules Football and the Olympics. Throughout Leigh's career, he has a proven networking ability with well-established contacts in the sports media community. In this episode we discuss:How Leigh’s passion for the game led him to his current careerHow he transitioned from working at a bank to entering the basketball industryWhat keeps Leigh Ellis motivated Leigh’s specialties consist of working competently with a camera as well as working with editing software such as Aurora, Final Cut, Edius, and Avid. He has an in-depth knowledge of industry trends and tools, including search engine optimization, social media tools, and techniques. He was a personality on the podcast, blog, and NBA TV program The Starters formerly known as The Basketball Jones. Connect with Beau Estes: Twitter Connect with Leigh Ellis: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter
In today’s episode of the Sports Business Classroom Audio Experience, we sat down with Turner Sports Coordinating Producer, Jeremy Levin. Jeremy produces the nine-time Emmy-winning “Inside The NBA” studio show, where he supervises the control room and production staff. In addition to his role as a coordinating producer, Levin’s job also consists of working with the Turner sales team to ensure flawless execution of deals and mentoring entry level employees.In this episode we discuss:What does the preparation for the show look like How to keep a balance of entertainment and basketball on the airWhere the show, Inside the NBA, stands historicallyThe future of broadcasting with viewing habits evolvingAt Turner, Jeremy works with the team to develop new sports programming while also attending conferences, including NCTA, and NAB about the future of television, broadband internet, and VOD. Levin started on entry level events at each company and progressed to the highest profile events and positions. His key roles on Turner’s coverage were NBA All-star weekend, NBA Playoffs, NASCAR, and transitioned from NBA TV to Turner.Connect with Beau Estes: Twitter
In today’s episode of the Sports Business Classroom Audio Experience, we sat down with Dan Purcell, former Front Office Executive for he New Orleans Pelicans. Purcell’s basketball journey began when he was recruited to Lake Erie College to play Division III basketball. Lake Erie College finished 21-7 that season, earning the program’s first bid to the NCAA Division III Tournament after winning the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference regular-season and tournament titles. After graduating, Purcell landed a job with The National Basketball Academy (TNBA).In this episode we discuss:Dan’s college basketball careerHis transition from being a player to working in the industryDan’s current goal and how he stays motivatedWhat he has learned from his journey thus farAs an Operations Assistant in the TNBA, Purcell helped in all facets of a wide-ranging operation that includes advanced teaching, summer camps and running youth basketball clinics for the Cavs and other NBA franchises. In 2009, when the Academy began a business relationship with the then-New Orleans Hornets, Kline-Ruminski picked Purcell to run the operation in Louisiana. Four years later, he was hired as the team’s Basketball Operations Assistant and was then promoted to Basketball Operations Manager.Connect with Beau Estes: Twitter Connect with Dan Purcell: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter
In today’s episode of the Sports Business Classroom Audio Experience, we sat down with Peter Scott, Vice President of Emerging Media and Innovation, at Turner Sports. Pete has been with Turner Broadcasting, an AOL Time Warner company since 1989. He first started in the Video Journalist program at CNN, becoming an editor and cameraman for CNN news. He traveled the world for six years covering wars in Bosnia, the US invasion of Haiti, Presidential campaigns, Earthquakes in Los Angeles, and otherworldly events. In 1996, Peter moved to Turner Sports where he became a Senior Production Manager of Remote Operations coordinating, logistics for the NBA, NFL, and MLB telecasts on TNT and TBS.In this episode we discuss:Peter’s experience at CNNPeter’s specific role at Turner SportsHow Pete keeps the mindset of being open to new approachesHow he thinks the media will evolve in the next 3 to 5 years In 2000, he moved to Los Angeles to become Senior Video Producer for FoxSports.com. There he was responsible for producing and directing the first live college football game streamed over the Internet. In 2001 he returned to Turner, where he was Executive Interactive Producer of Content, Programming, and Production for Turner Sports Interactive, where he managed the digital rights for NASCAR.com PGATOUR.com, and PGA.com. In 2007 he became GM and Business Manager for PGA.com and PGATOUR.com. In 2008 Pete became the Executive Director of Digital Partnerships and was in charge of Turner's content and business relationship with Yahoo Sports and responsible for all new emerging technologies as it relates to the Turner Sports portfolio. Currently, Pete is Vice President, Emerging Media with an expanded role of overseeing new technologies for Sports Illustrated and NCAA Digital. Connect with Beau Estes: Twitter Connect with Peter Scott: LinkedIn
In today’s episode of the Sports Business Classroom Audio Experience, we sat down with Michael Jackson, a former American professional basketball player who played in three NBA seasons for the Sacramento Kings from 1987 to 1990. He was a 6'2" guard from Georgetown University and was a member of the 1984 Hoyas team that won the Division I national championship in 1985 and returned to the Final Four the following year. In this episode we discuss:Michael’s college basketball careerThe transition from a pro ballplayer to NBA CoachHow MJ contributed to Turner Sports Challenges and experiences when working with pro ballers like Kobe Bryant and LeBron JamesFollowing his college career, Jackson was selected by the New York Knicks in the second round (47th pick overall) of the 1986 NBA draft. In his NBA career, Jackson played in 89 games, scored a total of 188 points, and had 198 assists. He led the Kings in assists in a number of games in the 1987–88 season. MJ was a member of Georgetown's 1984 National Championship team. After graduating with a degree in sociology in 1986, he was accepted to the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. Upon retirement, Jackson assumed management positions with the United States Olympic Committee and Turner Sports and served as the president of Yankees–Nets, currently known as YES Network. He has worked in a number of executive positions at Nike, Inc, including vice president and general manager of global basketball from 2014 to 2016.Connect with Beau Estes: Twitter
In today’s episode of the Sports Business Classroom Audio Experience, we sat down with Alex Kennedy and Oliver Maroney, the hosts of the NBA Top Shot Weekly Podcast. Alex Kennedy is an NBA writer and the Chief Content Officer at BasketballNews.com. Alex also previously worked at HoopsHype as an editor. Oliver Maroney currently works in Talent Relations Sports at Cameo. Oliver previously worked at BIG3 as a Content and Media strategist, as well as a senior writer at Dime Magazine and Basketball Insiders. Both hosts have very successful careers in NBA media and are now leading voices in the NBA Top Shot community.In this episode we discuss:Basic understanding of NBA Top Shots Oliver and Alex explained which moments are hot and why What the future of this product looks like In this episode, Alex and Oliver answer all the basic questions so anyone can gain an understanding of NBA Top Shot. NBA Top Shot lets you build a collection featuring all the players you love, including the elite rookies, the role players that made your favorite team tick, and the players you can’t get enough of. Alex and Oliver are early adopters of NBA Top Shot and are now leading voices in the Top Shot community. They provide an easy and user-friendly onramp into the world of NBA Top Shot.Connect with Beau Estes: Twitter Connect with Alex Kennedy: Instagram | Twitter Connect with Oliver Maroney: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter
Evangeline Garreau writes the Good Questions newsletter. Read it! Shira Heisler is a physician and complimenter. To offer your own advice, call Zak @ 844-935-BEST TRANSCRIPT: ZAK: I'm pleased to welcome back Best Advice Show regular and the love of my life, my wife, Shira. SHIRA: If you have a compliment for anyone. Like, if it just crossed your mind and you're like, hey, that guy has beautiful eyes. Or, oh, you're really kind and generous. Or, you look pretty today. Whatever compliment you have for anybody who crosses in your life, stranger, friend, partner...tell them. ZAK: That's a great piece of advice, Shira. SHIRA: That's why it's on the show. ZAK: For sure, but I was complimenting you. SHIRA: Oh. Laughter. Good. Good. ZAK: I love this advice. I recorded it with Shira a long time ago and I finally got around to putting it together today and actually, literally, five-minutes after I finished editing this episode and uploading it, I got this voicemail on the advice hotline. This is unbelievable! EVANGELINE: Hi, my name is Evangeline Garreau and my advice is to say the nice thing. I don't remember where I first heard this but the idea is that every time you think something nice about someone, you should tell them. For me this mostly shows up with clothing. Anytime I notice a cool shirt or a nice piece of jewelry, I want to tell the person how great it is. This happened a lot more pre-pandemic but still on Zoom calls when I notice that people make an effort, I want them to know that they look great. It makes me feel good to give them a compliment and it makes them feel good to receive a compliment. And often it leads to friendship. People tend to like you more when you tell them nice things about their clothes. I also feel like it's the kind of thing that when you practice in a low-stakes context, like, complimenting someone's outfit, it gets easier in a high-stakes context like, telling someone you love then for the first time. I have an example that's not quite that high-stakes but recently I had a moment where I was feeling really grateful for my mom and my sister. We were navigating a hard family issue and I felt really good about how it was being handled. And, I had a moment where I thought, should I say something or is that totally sappy to just tell them, oh, man, you guys are so great. And then I thought, say the nice thing, and I'm glad I did because they deserve to know how much they mean to me and who knows what's gonna happen tomorrow. So, whether it's about shoes or true love...say the nice thing.