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MMA Fighting
Fighter vs. Writer: Cory Sandhagen Picks Aljamain Sterling to Beat TJ Dillashaw; Stevie Ray Talks PFL Pay and Anthony Pettis Wins

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 77:54


On the latest episode of The Fighter vs. The Writer, UFC bantamweight contender Cory Sandhagen and PFL lightweight finalist Stevie Ray join the show. With his main event against Song Yadong coming in September, Sandhagen previews his fight while admitting he was surprised when that name was offered to him as an opponent following back-to-back fights with TJ Dillashaw and Petr Yan. Sandhagen will address the loss to Yan while also explaining why he's picking reigning UFC bantamweight champion Aljamain Sterling to keep his title when he faces Dillashaw in October. Ray also joins the show to celebrate his second consecutive win over former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis and the oddity of facing the same opponent just a few weeks after their first fight. The veteran lightweight discusses his current pay situation in the PFL where he actually made less money for his rematch with Pettis than his first fight while also detailing his plans to claim the championship later this year, which he hopes will complete his comeback after he retired from the sport a few years ago. All this and much more on the latest episode of The Fighter vs. The Writer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

MMA Fighting
Fighter vs. Writer: Cory Sandhagen Picks Aljamain Sterling to Beat TJ Dillashaw; Stevie Ray Talks PFL Pay and Anthony Pettis Wins

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 77:54


On the latest episode of The Fighter vs. The Writer, UFC bantamweight contender Cory Sandhagen and PFL lightweight finalist Stevie Ray join the show. With his main event against Song Yadong coming in September, Sandhagen previews his fight while admitting he was surprised when that name was offered to him as an opponent following back-to-back fights with TJ Dillashaw and Petr Yan. Sandhagen will address the loss to Yan while also explaining why he's picking reigning UFC bantamweight champion Aljamain Sterling to keep his title when he faces Dillashaw in October. Ray also joins the show to celebrate his second consecutive win over former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis and the oddity of facing the same opponent just a few weeks after their first fight. The veteran lightweight discusses his current pay situation in the PFL where he actually made less money for his rematch with Pettis than his first fight while also detailing his plans to claim the championship later this year, which he hopes will complete his comeback after he retired from the sport a few years ago. All this and much more on the latest episode of The Fighter vs. The Writer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

MMA Fighting
Fighter vs. Writer: Cory Sandhagen Picks Aljamain Sterling to Beat TJ Dillashaw; Stevie Ray Talks PFL Pay and Anthony Pettis Wins

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 77:54


On the latest episode of The Fighter vs. The Writer, UFC bantamweight contender Cory Sandhagen and PFL lightweight finalist Stevie Ray join the show. With his main event against Song Yadong coming in September, Sandhagen previews his fight while admitting he was surprised when that name was offered to him as an opponent following back-to-back fights with TJ Dillashaw and Petr Yan. Sandhagen will address the loss to Yan while also explaining why he's picking reigning UFC bantamweight champion Aljamain Sterling to keep his title when he faces Dillashaw in October. Ray also joins the show to celebrate his second consecutive win over former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis and the oddity of facing the same opponent just a few weeks after their first fight. The veteran lightweight discusses his current pay situation in the PFL where he actually made less money for his rematch with Pettis than his first fight while also detailing his plans to claim the championship later this year, which he hopes will complete his comeback after he retired from the sport a few years ago. All this and much more on the latest episode of The Fighter vs. The Writer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

We Travel There with Lee Huffman
AL Civil Rights Trail | Edmund Pettis Bridge, Experience Givers & 16th Ave Church

We Travel There with Lee Huffman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 27:57


In this special episode, we talk about the Alabama Civil Rights Trail with Mira Temkin of MiraTemkinTravel.com. We talk about walking on the Edmund Pettis Bridge, hearing stories from Experience Givers & visiting the 16th Avenue Baptist Church. Show notes are at https://WeTravelThere.com/civilrights Miles and points make travel affordable, but tracking them is difficult. That's why I use AwardWallet to monitor my rewards, reservations, and free night certificates. Sign up for free at WeTravelThere.com/awardwallet.

Anticipating The Unintended
#182 Aisa Mauka Phir Kahan Milega?

Anticipating The Unintended

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 24:18


Global Policy Watch #1: The Many Transitions In China Global issues and their implications for India— RSJIn a few editions in the past, we have alluded to structural challenges in the Chinese economy and the window of opportunity that it presents India. I thought it would be useful to take a more comprehensive view of this. China reported a GDP growth of 0.4 per cent in the quarter that ended in June 2022. China's National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) isn’t known for its allegiance to truth. It is safe to assume the real GDP would have shrunk in the quarter. The daft ‘zero Covid’ policy led to total lockdowns in major cities during the quarter. The government crackdown on the real estate sector has meant that investment in the sector fell sharply. These contributed to the slowdown. Two other data points are interesting to note. The unemployment rate among the youth aged between 16-24 was at an all-time high of about 20 per cent. Also, retail sales continued to be weak at about 2.7 per cent, much below the 5 per cent forecast. Domestic consumption, the great desire of Chinese policymakers, remained sluggish. The spokesperson for the NBS put up a brave face while spinning these numbers as short-term bumps on the road. He raised the possibility of global stagflation and its negative impact on China to possibly justify weak numbers in the future. But is this slowdown just a blip in the impressive rise of China in the past three decades? I’m not sure. There are three transitions underway in China right now. It is difficult for nations to pull off any one of these in normal times. To attempt three simultaneously is ambitious. It is most likely to fail. Anyway, back to these transitions.The first transition started a few years back. This was forced on it because economics doesn’t bow to the party's diktats. China is finding it difficult to transition from a manufacturing-heavy, investment-led economic model to a consumption-driven one. This couldn’t be avoided. There would always be a limit to the world’s capacity to absorb China’s imports. Also, as China grew richer, it knew its low-cost edge in manufacturing would wither away. So after a few years of structural overinvestment in building capacity - the bridges to nowhere, the ghost cities, empty airports and other excesses - it had to pivot to a consumption-driven economy. It did try to delay the inevitable transition by aiming to export this overcapacity through its belt and road initiative. But after the initial hoopla, most countries have come to see it as what it is. A debt trap. So, this transition was necessary to move away from growth predicated on size and scale of investment to a more sustainable model of higher quality. But this is proving to be difficult. The history of unproductive investments has led to a debt build-up in the system (the debt to GDP ratio in China is over 300 per cent) and a drag on productivity that will continue for a long time. The state-owned enterprises (SOEs) that led this investment-driven growth are in a debt trap, and many continue to stay afloat by evergreening their loans. New productive investments have suffered because of this. People aren’t sure of their future, so instead of consumption, there’s an increase in domestic savings. Also, the pandemic and the recent lockdowns haven’t helped consumption growth. This is going to be a long, painful road.The second transition has been brought upon it because of its confidence in creating a ‘patterned’ society based on a premeditated design of the society. The prime example of ignoring spontaneous order was its plan to control the population through a one-child policy. China is now past the peak of its demographic dividend. The Labour force in China peaked in 2015 at around 800 million. It has now shrunk to 783 million, almost what it was in 2010. In the next 15 years, this is projected to go down to about 650 million. The stupid notion of the population as a liability has meant a rapidly shrinking and ageing workforce. The government has now reversed the one-child policy with a two-child policy without learning that such top-down interventions worsen things. Other similar ideas like patterned migration from villages to specific cities, controlling information flow for its citizens and taking some lofty top-down emission targets that have contributed to a serious energy crisis right now will also turn out the same way. The fault isn’t in their stars but in their ideology.  The final transition is the more perplexing one. This was articulated in a speech by Xi Jinping on August 17, 2021, where he introduced the notion of ‘common prosperity.’ This marked the most cogent articulation of Xi’s shift towards greater ideological rigidity. The days of economic growth based on ideological compromises were coming to an end. As Xi mentioned, ‘common prosperity is the essential requirement of socialism and an important feature of Chinese-style modernization’ and China ‘must resolutely prevent polarization, promote common wealth, and achieve social harmony and stability.’ The crackdown on the consumer tech sector (virtually destroying Jac Ma’s empire) and the ‘three red lines’ drawn for the real estate sector, that has disproportionate weight on its economy, should be viewed in this backdrop. It is unclear whether this is a real commitment to ideology or a way to consolidate his position as dictator-for-life by appealing to the masses. But Xi has doubled down on this, as seen by his remarks at the World Economic Forum:"We will first make the pie bigger and then divide it properly through reasonable institutional arrangements. As a rising tide lifts all boats, everyone will get a fair share from development, and development gains will benefit all our people in a more substantial and equitable way,"In my (very broad) view, Xi has concluded that China might have peaked in economic growth. You start talking about redistribution and ‘dividing it properly’ when you know the pie won’t grow at the same rate as it was earlier. Importantly, I also suspect this is the reason why Xi is acting like a bully in the neighbourhood. If you know you have hit the peak of your geopolitical and geoeconomic leverage, you will be foolish to let the moment pass without maximising your gains.Some might argue furnishing other economic data that this ‘peaking’ theory isn’t true. China is still a global manufacturing engine. Its trade surplus has ballooned in the past year suggesting the world is hungrier for its goods. And so on. There’s this insightful column by Michael Pettis in FT that I will quote, which puts in perspective the record trade surpluses that China has been notching up in recent months while making these three transitions together. Pettis writes:Contrary to what many assume, the country’s burgeoning trade surplus is not a symptom of manufacturing prowess, nor is it evidence of a culture of thrift. It is instead a consequence of the great difficulty China has had in rebalancing its domestic economy and reining in its soaring debt. This is because the very conditions that explain stagnant domestic consumption also explain the rapid growth in Chinese exports relative to imports.Beijing has known the solution to this problem for years. In order to control soaring debt and the non-productive investment it funds, it had to rebalance the distribution of income by enough that growth would be driven mainly by rising consumption, as is the case in most other economies. But this requires a politically-difficult restructuring of the economy in which a larger share of total income — as much as 10-15 percentage points of GDP — is transferred from local governments to Chinese households.This is why the trade surplus matters. In recent years, Beijing has tried to slow the growth in debt by reducing non-productive investment in property and infrastructure. This year, as we saw with Evergrande, Beijing came down hard on the property sector.If a rising share of China’s total income had been going to ordinary households, the resulting reduction in investment by property developers could have been balanced by a rise in consumption. But that’s not what’s happened. In the past two years, partly as a consequence of the Covid pandemic, growth in wages has actually lagged behind growth in GDP. The share Chinese workers have received of what they produce has declined rather than increased, and with it so has the share they are able to consume.Rising exports are usually a good thing, but for countries like China, rising trade surpluses are not. In this case they are symptoms of deep and persistent imbalances in the domestic distribution of income. Until the country is able to reverse these imbalances, something which has proven politically very difficult, these large surpluses are just the obverse of attempts by Beijing to control debt, and so they will persist.For India, all of this is a golden opportunity. China will remain busy with these transitions that it has wrought upon itself. The jury is still out on whether it will have a soft landing on them. Global businesses that started seeking more resilient and cost-effective alternatives to China during COVID-19, are now convinced that they must employ a ‘China + 1’ model to safeguard their long-term interests. There are only that many economies that have the labour pool, capital and a business environment that can take advantage of this shift away from China, however gradual. To me, it might be faster than what we all anticipate. And it will pass India by if it doesn’t stay alert to its possibilities.There is a high likelihood of a golden decade ahead for MSMEs in India if it plays its cards right. A long overdue factor market reforms (possible at the state level), kickstarting a government capex cycle that will instil confidence in the private sector to follow suit, not overdoing aatmanirbhar Bharat beyond the rhetoric and remaining an open and liberal democracy that convinces others that it will have sufficient checks and balances to not lose its way. These are the basic block and tackle moves to capitalise on the opportunity. Because the only lesson to learn from a possible China misstep is that overdetermined leadership and top-down economic thinking eventually fail.Course Advertisement: The Sept 2022 intake of Takshashila’s Graduate Certificate in Public Policy programme ends soon! Visit this link to apply.India Policy Watch #1: A Potent CocktailInsights on burning policy issues in India— Pranay KotasthaneThe ongoing political saga in Delhi over a new (now suspended) excise policy is a heady cocktail for policy analysts. The cocktail’s components include a tussle over alcohol licenses, Maximum Retail Price (MRP), privatisation, regulation, allegations of corruption, rent-seeking, and political contestation.The political motivations behind the current actions are quite clear. But it might be useful to look at the under-discussed policy aspects of the debate. Useful, because it’s not the last time we have seen a stand-off on alcohol policy.The underlying motivation for the Delhi Excise Policy 2021-22 is to increase government revenue. Although we know that the best way to do that is lower the tax rate and broaden the base, India’s poor economic performance over the last decade has made it politically risky to bring additional people under the tax net. Hence, states are opting for the easier—and counterproductive—option instead: raise tax rates and increase non-tax revenue. With the GST taking away the power to raise tax rates on most items unilaterally, state governments are exploring other options. One lucrative option is liquor excise. The Indian State heavily regulates the production, sale, and consumption of alcohol. Streamlining the licensing policies for the production and sale of alcohol can generate non-tax revenue, while higher overboard consumption can result in an increase in tax revenue (excise duty). One reform, two revenue handles. This is why the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) governments in Delhi and Punjab have set their eyes on this sector. Moreover, raising the fees on government-provided private goods doesn’t fit its existing political persona. To be fair, the Delhi Excise Policy 2021-22 is fairly progressive. It states that the policy's objectives are to augment the state excise duty revenue, simplify liquor pricing, prevent duty evasion, and transform the liquor trade commensurate with Delhi’s position as a city of global importance. To achieve these objectives, the policy aims to award new licenses for alcohol sale, dividing the city into 32 zones, with a fixed number of shops allowed per zone. It aims to end government-run booze shops, distributing those licenses to private players instead. To foster competition, it allows shops to offer discounts below the Maximum Retail Price (MRP), permits shops to stay open till 3 am, and authorises bars to serve alcohol in licensed open spaces. A report in the Business Standard captured the view of a craft beer brand as follows:“The new excise policy is facing teething issues like any other but we find the policy very good since there is now a lot more opportunity to showcase our brand. Earlier, stores were dingy with no proper brand display, but now the stores have a mandated minimum floor area and are women-friendly. This helps with visibility of our brand.” There were quite a few initial hiccups. Some dealers started giving deep discounts to capture the market. That led the government to change the no-MRP policy to a “discount only up to 25% of MRP” policy. After that, retailers started offering “buy one bottle, get another free”. And hence, big dealers could attract more customers, while the smaller ones were finding it difficult to compete. Some licenses didn’t attract any buyers at all. These seem to be transient-state shocks. The steady-state promised to be much better. Alas.Reforming a tightly regulated policy area in which powerful rent-seekers have flourished for decades is not easy. The old status quo has powerful defenders. Like many other reforms, the benefits are widely dispersed while the costs are concentrated. And so, many existing licensees have ganged up on the government. We can be sure that some of these licensees also have political connections, which they have used to oppose the policy. There is also the additional issue specific to alcohol — any policy that is seen to liberalise its sale becomes an easy target for conservative moralisers. Further, the Delhi government made a mistake by pausing the policy implementation amidst the criticism.Then came the political pushback. Despite the government’s revenue increasing by 27 per cent after the policy was put in place, some notional revenue loss of the “2G spectrum allocation” vintage has surfaced. There are also charges of favouritism and corruption in the allocation of new licenses, an issue so sensational that it requires the combined might of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Enforcement Directorate. (Sarcasm is intended.) Many state governments must be eying this Delhi experiment with excise policy reform. Moreover, this case illustrates the difficulty in reforming sub-optimal licensing arrangements. As for the Delhi government, are they reaping what they sowed in the name of anti-corruption?Global Policy Watch #2: Xi Jinping’s Thoughts Global issues and their implications for India— RSJTalking of China (and I’m intruding into Pranay’s area of expertise), I came across this wonderful blog, globalinequality by Branko Milanovic. In his latest post, he writes about what he learnt from reading a translated version of the book, ' Anecdotes and Sayings of Xi Jinping’. Milanovic writes:The undisputable emphasis in the “Chinese” part of the book is on the matters of governance. By giving numerous examples from Chinese history of rulers and their aides who cared about people’s welfare, lived modestly (“One should be the first when taking care of state affairs, the last when taking care of personal affairs”), strove to improve themselves morally and educationally, Xi proposes a theory of governance that is based on virtue of rulers and results achieved, not procedure. While Western theories emphasize the procedural aspect (how is one selected to be the ruler, is it by a well-established democratic process or not), Xi’s concern is with the results. The tacit premise is not to discuss how one is selected to rule….The success is defined in terms of improvement in the well-being and happiness of people whom they govern.…In all cases of a good rule, there is the emphasis on individual characteristics of rulers. What is required, they (the editors) write, is “morality inside and virtue outside”; what is sought is the rule of virtue, and by virtue.  But how to bring about such a rule? Obviously, by having moral rulers. Hence--the reader begins to realize--Xi’s ideological campaign: if Confucian-cum-Communist  ideology is disregarded and everything is simply esteemed in terms of money and economic success, there cannot be a moral and virtuous rule.The key question, unanswered in the book, then becomes: is it possible to achieve an educational and moral “rejuvenation” under the current “normal” conditions of capitalism where money-making is held by the majority of the population to be the highest objective revealing also one’s individual worth?Xi is fighting against the spirit of the times, and while his struggle may be driven by a genuine desire to create a morally superior China, the odds of succeeding in this endeavor are, I am afraid, not particularly high. This is, to put it mildly, a brilliant summary of the ideological battle Xi has picked up and his odds of winning it. I tend to agree with its conclusion.   India Policy Watch #2: Value Addition, Not Import SubstitutionInsights on burning policy issues in India— Pranay Kotasthane“Import Substitution” is still in vogue. One would have thought that the unsuccessful pursuit of this goal since independence would’ve discredited it. That doesn’t seem to be the case.Every few weeks, we come across policies targeting import substitution, implicitly if not explicitly. Just a few days back came the rumour that the government plans to ban Chinese phones priced under Rs 12,000 in order to give a leg up to domestic champions. Thankfully, unnamed sources in the government have denied this story for now. Even so, import tariff hikes and industrial policies continue to chase the illusory target of import substitution. Some policies for display fabs and drones explicitly mention import substitution as the target. Of late, this idea has morphed into targets for maximising value addition per unit of exports. Now, readers of this newsletter know what we think of this idea. In edition #161, we had warned that Atmanirbhar Bharat is approaching a wrong turn. We have also cautioned against the proliferation of Production Linked Incentives (PLIs) beyond a few critical sectors. I will make the case against import substitution in this edition using another example. Look at the chart below, which shows the import profile of a country for the year 2020. This country’s largest import by value is Integrated Circuits (chips) at 18.8%. The total import bill is $259 billion. Can you guess the country? If you need a hint, here’s one: as exports rise, imports also rise. The world’s top two exporters are China and the US. And the world’s top two importers are also the US and China.The answer is neither the US nor China. India can be ruled out because we know that our biggest import is crude oil. Here’s another hint. Look at this country’s export profile for the same year. Its biggest export is again integrated circuits, at 36.9% out of a total exported value of $374 billion. Do you have an answer now? The right answer might surprise you. This is the typical year-wise trade profile of a country that is acclaimed as the world’s semiconductor superpower: Taiwan! We forget that despite its unmatched prowess in contracted chip manufacturing, Taiwan is not even close to being self-sufficient. Some Taiwanese companies import chips, do value addition through packaging and testing, and then export the final commodity. A portion of the imported chips goes into the machines that are used to manufacture chips by the famed Taiwanese chip foundries. The fundamental message is that imports are critical to exports, even in sophisticated economies. PLI scheme began with the aim of promoting India’s exports. But my sense is that import substitution has displaced exports as the primary goal. How else does one explain the simultaneous increase in import tariffs and a phased manufacturing programme (PMP) that aims to increase tariffs on imported components? Atmanirbhar Bharat needs to return to its goal of creating competitive manufacturing capabilities in India by allowing companies to start, grow, and close with considerably less bureaucratic friction. Shielding domestic component makers from international competition on the one hand, and subsidising end-equipment manufacturers on the other will end up helping neither. Equipment manufacturers will merely make expensive, poor-quality products. Some others will use the production subsidies to import components at higher prices, with no net benefit to them or the consumers. As RSJ writes in the first section, this decade is India’s to lose. Imports aren’t evil. Target value maximisation, not import substitution. Counterproductive policies targeting import substitution won’t help. HomeWorkReading and listening recommendations on public policy matters[Article] Why the MRP should be abolished. A 2015 article by Anupam Manur remains relevant. [Paper] PIIE has a good paper with a framework to analyse the world’s dependence on China for strategic minerals.[Book] Scarcity: Why Having Too Little Means So Much by Sendhil Mullainathan and Eldar Shafir is a useful read. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit publicpolicy.substack.com

The Lincoln Ware Rewind Podcast
Lincoln Ware Rewind: Captain Pettis & Scotty Johnson Joins The Show

The Lincoln Ware Rewind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 81:18


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MMA Fighting
Fighter vs. Writer: Anthony Pettis On Rematching Stevie Ray Just Weeks After Shocking Sub Loss; Sam Alvey On One Last UFC Shot

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 73:53 Very Popular


PFL lightweight contender Anthony Pettis and UFC veteran Sam Alvey join the latest episode of The Fighter vs. The Writer. As he prepares for his first shot at the PFL playoffs, Pettis addresses his shocking submission loss to Stevie Ray in his final regular season matchup and how his own errors approaching that fight ultimately led to his demise. Pettis will also discuss what it's like to get ready for the exact same opponent as he prepares to face Ray again on Friday, just weeks after their first meeting in the PFL. Sam Alvey also joins the show to detail how the UFC offered him the chance to finish out his contract with one fight remaining despite a lackluster resume over the past few years where he's amassed just an 0-7-1 record over his last eight fights. Alvey reveals how the UFC gave him the chance under the assumption that he would retire afterwards but he has other ideas. He also discusses his recent work on TikTok where he's amassed a very loyal following with more than 130,000 people tuning in to get his thoughts on fighting and a behind the scenes look at the UFC. All this and more on the latest episode of The Fighter vs. The Writer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

MMA Fighting
Fighter vs. Writer: Anthony Pettis On Rematching Stevie Ray Just Weeks After Shocking Sub Loss; Sam Alvey On One Last UFC Shot

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 73:53


PFL lightweight contender Anthony Pettis and UFC veteran Sam Alvey join the latest episode of The Fighter vs. The Writer. As he prepares for his first shot at the PFL playoffs, Pettis addresses his shocking submission loss to Stevie Ray in his final regular season matchup and how his own errors approaching that fight ultimately led to his demise. Pettis will also discuss what it's like to get ready for the exact same opponent as he prepares to face Ray again on Friday, just weeks after their first meeting in the PFL. Sam Alvey also joins the show to detail how the UFC offered him the chance to finish out his contract with one fight remaining despite a lackluster resume over the past few years where he's amassed just an 0-7-1 record over his last eight fights. Alvey reveals how the UFC gave him the chance under the assumption that he would retire afterwards but he has other ideas. He also discusses his recent work on TikTok where he's amassed a very loyal following with more than 130,000 people tuning in to get his thoughts on fighting and a behind the scenes look at the UFC. All this and more on the latest episode of The Fighter vs. The Writer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Jazz Focus
Freshman Hop - Jack Pettis and his Pets . .1926-29

Jazz Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 64:45


Jack Pettis was one of the first saxophonists in Jazz - playing C melody with Ben Bernie and His Orchestra, he also headed numerous recording dates with the same personnel - here we have him with Bill Moore, Tony Parenti, Don Murray, Al Goering, Jimmy Dorsey, Eddie Lang and Joe Venuti among others . . great hot dance music with jazz ingredients from 1926-29 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-clark49/support

MMA Fighting
Fighter vs. Writer: Anthony Pettis On Rematching Stevie Ray Just Weeks After Shocking Sub Loss; Sam Alvey On One Last UFC Shot

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 73:53


PFL lightweight contender Anthony Pettis and UFC veteran Sam Alvey join the latest episode of The Fighter vs. The Writer. As he prepares for his first shot at the PFL playoffs, Pettis addresses his shocking submission loss to Stevie Ray in his final regular season matchup and how his own errors approaching that fight ultimately led to his demise. Pettis will also discuss what it's like to get ready for the exact same opponent as he prepares to face Ray again on Friday, just weeks after their first meeting in the PFL. Sam Alvey also joins the show to detail how the UFC offered him the chance to finish out his contract with one fight remaining despite a lackluster resume over the past few years where he's amassed just an 0-7-1 record over his last eight fights. Alvey reveals how the UFC gave him the chance under the assumption that he would retire afterwards but he has other ideas. He also discusses his recent work on TikTok where he's amassed a very loyal following with more than 130,000 people tuning in to get his thoughts on fighting and a behind the scenes look at the UFC. All this and more on the latest episode of The Fighter vs. The Writer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Action Sports Podcast
Jess Pettis Factory Pro KTM Redbull

The Action Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 47:12


Some kids want to be firefighters.Others want to be doctors.Then there are Action Sports Enthusiasts…The reality is we have an idea when we are really young of what we want to do with the rest of our lives but we have no idea where we will end up in 10 let alone 20 years from now. HOWEVER that doesn't mean you stop pushing for the goals you have created for yourself. When you fall down and scrape your knee what do kids do? “Rub some dirt in it, it will help, I promise”. We believed it then so what's stopping us from believing today? Jess Pettis is still dreaming and laser focused on his goals. Injuries are part of the job. Success is part of the job. Crazy schedules are part of the job. When life gives us lemons, we find a way to get out and ride!EnjoyJoin The Action Sports Club at ASCARMY.COM/PODCAST so you too can land sponsors and spend more time riding.

Bloody Elbow Presents
Faber Upset, PFL's Harrison & Pettis Make big $ | The Level Change Podcast - 180

Bloody Elbow Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 58:53


EPISODE 180 Urijah Faber upset over UFC's treatment of Josh Emmett - 3:42 Deiveson Figueiredo seeks better pay under new manager Urijah Faber - 13:23 Kayla Harrison and Anthony Pettis are getting PAID over at PFL - 22:20 Darren Till out, Chris Curtis in against Jack Hermansson - 31:55 WEEKLY PICKS RECAP - 38:16 Mookie: O'Malley, Lawler, Strickland, Volkanovski, Adesanya (2-2-1) Stephie: O'Malley, Lawler, Strickland, Volkanovski, Adesanya (2-2-1) Victor: O'Malley, Lawler, Strickland, Holloway, Adesanya (1-3-1) STANDINGS - 43:03 Mookie: 74-41-3 Stephie: 70-45-3 Victor: 67-48-3 UFC VEGAS 58 Calvillo-Nunes - 43:21 Johnson-Mullarkey - 44:52 Nurmagomedov-De Andrade - 47:45 Borralho-Petrosyan - 50:00 Dos Anjos-Fiziev - 52:39 Follow Mookie @MookieAlexander, Stephie @CrooklynMMA, Victor @VicMRodriguez, the Show @levelchangepod, & visit us all @BloodyElbow. 'The Level Change Podcast', is our combat sports themed variety show hosted by Stephie Haynes, Mookie Alexander and Victor Rodriguez. Featuring the news of the week, fight card breakdowns and analysis, a roundup of regional promotions' cards and fights; and whatever else we decide is important enough or entertaining enough to bring to your ears. Here is a summary of the topics discussed, complete with the time stamps for when each interview or special segment begins. As always, we hope you enjoy listening to the show as much as we enjoyed recording it. If you enjoy our variety of shows, please “heart" us here on SC, or "like" & share over or on your BE Presents Podcast platform of choice: * YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodyElbowPresents * Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bloody-elbow-presents/id984162015 * iHeartRadio: www.iheart.com/podcast/269-Blood…Presents-30639274 * Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/55S2dpKYVqndaPTUojkELm?si=oGGPZ4kESkWZigLNnEg1ug * Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/podcast/bloody-e…esents?refid=stp * TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports--Recreation-Podcasts/Bloody-Elbow-Presents-p1190843/ * OverCast: overcast.fm/itunes984162015/bloody-elbow-presents * Player FM: player.fm/series/bloody-elbow-presents * & Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/b53e5086-2334-497c-82c0-24ddb5e0cfbb/Bloody-Elbow-Presents For previous episodes of the show, check out our playlists on any of our BE Presents channels.

Strategy with Jason
Doing Homework With Your Child vs Doing Your Child's Homework ft. Squire Pettis

Strategy with Jason

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 4:28


On this episode of the BOP podcast, Jason is joined by none other than Squire Pettis! Jason and Square discuss how to be the cool parent, doing homework with your kids, making your kids your #1 priority and work cut off time. Tune in! Listen To The Full Podcast Episode Here: Apple Podcast: Spotify: Soundcloud: Listen To More BOP: Apple Podcast: Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/3oonJKe6E7nHXof3VfVy8x Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/businessofparenting Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: apple.co/3IwlT3v Spotify: spoti.fi/3fT8V3H Soundcloud: bit.ly/347rnDb Jason Harris Twitter: twitter.com/StratWJason Instagram: www.instagram.com/strategywithjason/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/StrategyWithJason LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/strategywithjason/ Website: www.strategywithjason.ca BOP: LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/business…arenting-podcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/Business-of-Parenting-Podcast Instagram: www.instagram.com/businessofparentingpodcast Squire Pettis: https://www.linkedin.com/in/smpettisjr/

Strategy with Jason
How To Be The "COOL" Parent ft. Squire Pettis

Strategy with Jason

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 31:35


On this episode of the BOP podcast, Jason is joined by none other than Squire Pettis! Jason and Square discuss how to be the cool parent, doing homework with your kids, making your kids your #1 priority and work cut off time. Tune in! Listen To The Full Podcast Episode Here: Apple Podcast: Spotify: Soundcloud: Listen To More BOP: Apple Podcast: Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/3oonJKe6E7nHXof3VfVy8x Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/businessofparenting Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: apple.co/3IwlT3v Spotify: spoti.fi/3fT8V3H Soundcloud: bit.ly/347rnDb Jason Harris Twitter: twitter.com/StratWJason Instagram: www.instagram.com/strategywithjason/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/StrategyWithJason LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/strategywithjason/ Website: www.strategywithjason.ca BOP: LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/business…arenting-podcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/Business-of-Parenting-Podcast Instagram: www.instagram.com/businessofparentingpodcast Squire Pettis: https://www.linkedin.com/in/smpettisjr/

MMA Fighting
Triple-Header Night! | Mousasi, Pettis Headline Busy Weekend Outside UFC | Bellator, PFL, BKFC Preview

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 54:39 Very Popular


We're getting spoiled this weekend, MMA fans. With big shows from Bellator and PFL (as well as BKFC 26), Friday night's combat sports schedule is S T A C K E D. Shaun Al-Shatti, Jed Meshew, and Alexander K. Lee set the table for the upcoming MMA smorgasbord by previewing Friday's non-UFC slate, headlined by Gegard Mousasi's latest title defense, the next stage of Bellator's bantamweight grand prix, and one of the best fights PFL can currently make. What will you be watching? Follow Shaun Al-Shatti: @ShaunAlShatti Follow Jed Meshew: @JedKMeshew Follow Alexander K. Lee: @AlexanderKLee Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dYpsgH Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/u8VvLi Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/eFhsvM Like MMAF on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uhdg7Z Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/nOATUI Read More: http://www.mmafighting.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

MMA Fighting
Triple-Header Night! | Mousasi, Pettis Headline Busy Weekend Outside UFC | Bellator, PFL, BKFC Preview

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 54:39


We're getting spoiled this weekend, MMA fans. With big shows from Bellator and PFL (as well as BKFC 26), Friday night's combat sports schedule is S T A C K E D. Shaun Al-Shatti, Jed Meshew, and Alexander K. Lee set the table for the upcoming MMA smorgasbord by previewing Friday's non-UFC slate, headlined by Gegard Mousasi's latest title defense, the next stage of Bellator's bantamweight grand prix, and one of the best fights PFL can currently make. What will you be watching? Follow Shaun Al-Shatti: @ShaunAlShatti Follow Jed Meshew: @JedKMeshew Follow Alexander K. Lee: @AlexanderKLee Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dYpsgH Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/u8VvLi Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/eFhsvM Like MMAF on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uhdg7Z Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/nOATUI Read More: http://www.mmafighting.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

MMA Fighting
Triple-Header Night! | Mousasi, Pettis Headline Busy Weekend Outside UFC | Bellator, PFL, BKFC Preview

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 54:39


We're getting spoiled this weekend, MMA fans. With big shows from Bellator and PFL (as well as BKFC 26), Friday night's combat sports schedule is S T A C K E D. Shaun Al-Shatti, Jed Meshew, and Alexander K. Lee set the table for the upcoming MMA smorgasbord by previewing Friday's non-UFC slate, headlined by Gegard Mousasi's latest title defense, the next stage of Bellator's bantamweight grand prix, and one of the best fights PFL can currently make. What will you be watching? Follow Shaun Al-Shatti: @ShaunAlShatti Follow Jed Meshew: @JedKMeshew Follow Alexander K. Lee: @AlexanderKLee Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dYpsgH Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/u8VvLi Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/eFhsvM Like MMAF on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uhdg7Z Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/nOATUI Read More: http://www.mmafighting.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

True Story with John Gibson
True Story # 91 Sergio Pettis

True Story with John Gibson

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 15:43


True Story # 91 Sergio Pettis Sergio Pettis is an American mixed martial artist who is currently signed with Bellator MMA, where he is the current Bellator Bantamweight Champion. Prior to signing with Bellator, Pettis competed in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), where he fought in both the Bantamweight and Flyweight divisions. As of April 26, 2022, he is #8 in the Bellator men's pound-for-pound rankings. Link in Bio: IG : @sergiopettis #TrueStorywithJohnGibson, #SergioPettis, #BellarorMMA, #Johngibsonbjj

CINEMACTIVIST
29 - Unleash with Shiara Pettis

CINEMACTIVIST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 30:41


In episode 28 you met writer, Shiara Pettis. In this episode we introduce you to our remote writing process over the past 12 months and tease some Unleash script details. 00:00 - The Big Ask 05:24 - Writing and Eco Horror Film 09:04 - Meet Unleash's characters 13:40 - Our Process and Timeline 17:38 - Reader Feedback after Year 1 22:18 - Differences from Unearth's development process 24:11 - Next steps | Published on June 8, 2022 | Produced by Lyons Den Productions | Hosted by John C. Lyons | Music by Tony Grey | Support CINEMACTIVIST by becoming a Patron at www.patreon.com/lyonsdenproductions --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cinemactivist/message

It's Not Rocket Science! Five Questions Over Coffee
Five Questions Over Coffee with Jen DuPlessis (ep. 55)

It's Not Rocket Science! Five Questions Over Coffee

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022


Who is Jen?Living your Legacy while you are building it!Jen is recognized as an Influencer in her industry as the best-selling author of LAUNCH-How to Take Your Business to New Heights, top podcast host of Mortgage Lending Mastery, and highly sought out and charismatic speaker; speaking on stages with such icons as Darren Hardy, Tony Robbins, and Les Brown.Key Takeaways1. Our mess becomes our message,; it's the glorification of our busyness,2. Core values are convictions. What are your core values? What are the boundaries you've set and are you living up to them? Do you have the discipline to do that? Who are the mentors in your life, sometimes when you climb a ladder, you have to let go of people that help to get to each rung because they're not ready to go to that next level.3. Keep it simple by taking the time to slow down long enough so that you can speed up later instead of speeding up now so that you slow down everywhere.Words to live by : "We flatter those we scarcely know, We please the fleeting guest; And deal full many a thoughtless blow, To those who love us best.". ― Ella Wheeler Wilcox.Valuable Free Resource or ActionA free pdf at jenduplessis.com/7strategiesA video version of this podcast is available on YouTube : Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:ugcPost:6906980373092548608/_________________________________________________________________________________________________Subscribe to our newsletter and get details of when we are doing these interviews live at https://TCA.fyi/newsletterFind out more about being a guest at : link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/beaguestSubscribe to the podcast at https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/podcastHelp us get this podcast in front of as many people as possible. Leave a nice five-star review at  apple podcasts : https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/apple-podcasts and on YouTube : https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/Itsnotrocketscienceatyt!Here's how you can bring your business to THE next level:1. Download my free resource on everything you need to grow your business on a single page : https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/1pageIt's a detailed breakdown of how you can grow your business to 7-figures in a smart and sustainable way2. Join The Complete Approach Facebook Group :  https://TCA.fyi/fb Connect with like-minded individuals who are all about growth and increasing revenue. It's a Facebook community where we make regular posts aimed at inspiring conversations in a supportive environment. It's completely free and purposely aimed at expanding and building networks.3. Join our Success to Soar Program and get TIME and FREEDOM. : https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/Success-to-SoarIf you're doing 10-50k a month right now: I'm working with a few business owners like you to change that, without working nights and weekends. If you'd like to get back that Time and still Scale, check the link above.4. Work with me privatelyIf you'd like to work directly with me and my team to take you from 5 figure to 6 and multi 6 figure months, whilst reducing reliance on you. Click on https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/DiscoveryCall  tell me about your business and what you'd like to work on together, and I'll get you all the details.————————————————————————————————————————————-TranscriptNote, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast)SUMMARY KEYWORDSlife, core values, book, business, question, strategies, building, love, missing, jen, clarity, tire, living, clients, reading, tca, luxury, podcast, legacy, thoughtSPEAKERSJen Duplessis, Stuart WebbStuart Webb  00:22Hi again and welcome to It's not rocket science. I questions over coffee. I'm really, really pleased to be here with Dan do. Pettis is going to be talking to us about building our legacy was living it, which I think is going to be a great subject. Really looking forward to this. Welcome to the show, Jen, looking forward to having a conversation.Jen Duplessis  00:43Well, thank you, Stuart, I am absolutely delighted to be here today.Stuart Webb  00:47That's terrific. So let's start with the first question, which is, so who is it you're trying to reach and teach? And what is the problem that they have got?Jen Duplessis  00:57Yeah, so people that are most attracted to working with me are high level achievers who are missing something in their lives. They have the achievement. But now they're turning around and going, okay, something's missing, I thought this was going to be it. That's, that's the biggest thing that they're doing. And so that's what I help people with is find that something that's missing so they can find happiness. So canStuart Webb  01:22you give us some examples of those things that are missing in the ways that they just sort that out without getting any help? Because, you know, we so often think that we can do these things, and we so often fail. Yeah, you know,Jen Duplessis  01:35I think, you know, for me, and I'll give you my example, too, because this was my problem, our mess becomes our message, we know that, you know, it's the glorification of busyness, you know, and the way that I always describe it as if you think about a wheel on a car, you know, the steel, most people focus on the steel being their business, I've got to have this great business, and it has to be what great and perfect in my career, and I'm climbing the corporate ladder, and it's all about, you know, crawling uphill in sand, right? And then the outer part of it, the tire has its flat, it has nails in it, it's been treaded on right? And that becomes our personal lives. If we could just refocus that right and say, Okay, let's make the steel, our personal lives, let's make everything about our personal lives. Beautiful, like living a life of luxury. And I'll tell you about that here in a minute, the luxury of making the choice to have you first instead of your business. And then instead of just saying, Oh, well, I'll let the the business have the flat and the holes and all that stuff in it. What if we put a big four wheel tire on it? And it was just massive that business is Surette? You know, our personal life is surrounded by this massive business, it's ready for any terrain, on our way to success. And that's really what it's about is that we are so focused on success being a monetary and of course, we love making money, success being monetary, that we fail to look at what we're doing to hurt our personal lives. And so when we get to that success, we're like, that's not really what I wanted, I thought it would be different.Stuart Webb  03:12You know, you hit a real chord, in my, in my thinking, where you sort of mentioned the, the need for the sort of the personal life to be at the centre of things, because you're right, we so often push that to the extremity, we often look at it and think, well, that can come later, after I've got the business. But you know, in building, you have absolutely destroyed the ability, you've got to rebuild that personal life, haven't you unless it's let it's the strong core, your business will always suffer, it will always be the thing which is suffering, because you haven't got a strength or rely on when you reach those tough times or when the tide does go flat.Jen Duplessis  03:49Yeah, and I think that's where people are, you know, that's why I say they're missing something in their lives, you know, and this is why I always say, to build your legacy, while you're, you know, or live your legacy while you're building it, because so many of us I love that you said you know if this when that then I will you know those types of things and, and that really is about the life of luxury as well. And though I say it in that way, instead of a luxurious life, there's a different anecdote, anecdote that happens there, you know, living a luxurious life, people think of boats and cars and watches and you know, all these fancy things, but living a life of luxury. The picture that you would see is reading a book to your child, going on a date with your spouse, right? Having dinner with your friends, all the things that we always say, Oh, I you know when love going to dinner, we should do it again. And then nothing happens, you know, or taking a nap or reading a book or in my case, I'm a dancer, right? I'm a competitive ballroom Latin and swing dancer. So for me, I I want to get out I want to go and dance. I want to enjoy those things. And I want to live my legacy while I'm building it. I don't want to wait. And that's why what happens a lot of times people build That legacy, and then they're just not happy at all. They're they're missing something in their lives, they're missing a spouse because they went bye bye, right? Or their children are saying, hey, now we're too busy for you. So I want people to be able to make that choice every day to be, you know, have the luxury of spending time with your family, the luxury of having dinner with your spouse.Stuart Webb  05:22Yeah, it's interesting, you say that, and it once again, just sort of something which you said then, which really resonated, because I remember a chief executive saying to me not very long ago, he was struggling in his relationship with his wife. And he began to realise that Unfortunately, he couldn't cope. couldn't cope with balance sheets. And I thought that was really interesting saying that he said, I can't hold my balance sheet.Jen Duplessis  05:49Yeah, yeah. And, you know, and and, you know, at what price? At what price? Right. And for him, it's both sides. No.Stuart Webb  06:01Yeah, so so. So I guess, I guess there are things that you have got, which are valuable free actions that we can all take. And at this stage, I'm gonna hope that I'm going to click onto the right banner and show something which might just help us discussions. That's it.Jen Duplessis  06:16Yeah. Yeah. So so this is a free, just quick PDF, but in seven strategies to break through your business mindset. And it starts with because all of this starts with well, how do I get going? How do I make this? You know, not rocket science? It's easy, right? How do I make it easy? And so these seven questions, it's really an exercise a thought provoking exercise, where you'd want to spend some time, not just go in and fill it out. But thinking about, hey, what are my core values? Because all of this starts with if you're going to make you first, instead of second, all of this starts with what are my core values? What are the things that are important to me my non negotiables? Because when I asked my coaching clients, you know, tell me about one of your core values, they'll respond with family, as if it's a question. Well, I don't know, is that a core value? Because for me a core values conviction. And if my family is a core value, then I have to say no to my clients, and yes to my family. And I'll tell you about a quote when we finished, but you know, I have to be able to say no, to some clients, and yes to myself. And so identifying those core values to to really sort of phone a friend, you know, when every business decision, I make every decision even to be on this podcast, everything is does this affect my core values? Does this inhibit my core values? And so often, I could have said, you know, and you guys don't know or anything, but that isn't the case. But, you know, if my husband said, hey, you know, let's go to breakfast together this morning, right. And I had that scheduled. And the only time you could meet was this morning. Most people will say, Honey, I can't do it. Because I have a podcast, I would say, Hey, I can't do the podcast today, because I have appointment with my husband. Right? And I think that's a key differentiator. So that's what these seven strategies are is just for you to go through and say, Okay, what are my core values? What are the boundaries I've set in my living up to them? Do I have the discipline to do that? Who are the who are the mentors in my life, you know, sometimes when you climb a ladder, you unless you're a monkey, you can't be at the top and the bottom, you have to let go of people that help to get to each rung because they're not ready to go to that next level. Or maybe you hired a part time assistant, and now you need an executive assistant. Right? And so you have to look at all of those aspects. And that's really what this process is through those seven strategies just to make you think, start thinking about really are you doing on a daily basis?Stuart Webb  08:54Yeah, you know, it's interesting, and I don't want to take away from you seven strategies so slightly down if I'm saying wrong, but I remember many years ago, one of my mentors saying to me, the first thing that I should put into my diary every week is time with my family so that I've got it reserved before anybody comes and books a silly meeting that I really don't need. Yeah, that's a really that was a really key thing for me when I was when I was building my corporate career. It was I would have meetings already either with myself or with my family. So don't book me out for something that I didn't really need.Jen Duplessis  09:28Yeah, and I think so often we feel guilty and so you know, so I'm going to tell you this quote now because it's all about this but it's yeah, we feel guilty telling our clients you know, I have We flatter those we scarcely know we please the fleeting guests. But we deal many thoughtless blow to those we love the best. Oh, we don't think even one second about saying sorry. I can't make it to your recitals. Sorry, I won't be home for dinner. Sorry, I can't this but boy Do we please those fleeting guests and like we'll do anything jump through hoops for our clients. And the people that are really important in our lives, we just poopoo them away, right. And we have to reverse engineer that.Stuart Webb  10:13I love your mom. I think that was a brilliant quote, I shall find a way of getting that one on the wall later on this afternoon that will be over there in my jet. So let's go to the something that I think I can see over your left shoulder, which I'm hoping you're going to talk to us about now. The oneJen Duplessis  10:35on my left, where's my luck duringStuart Webb  10:38the Great the books and programmes that have affected you most? They it looks like that's one of them.Jen Duplessis  10:44One? Yes, that's one of it. Well, that's my own book. But, you know, books that have affected me the most, you know, Sharon Lechter, wrote Outwitting the Devil, which is part of Napoleon Hills, they found they found the manuscript not too long ago, it had been stored away for over 50 years. And he never published a book because he felt it was too much of a disrupter. So she went through the book, and then and then, you know, created her own thoughts behind it and stuff. I think, waiting the devil is probably one of the best things, it's not the devil you think it is? It's yourself. I think that's a really good one. And the compound effect by Darren Hardy. You know, I'm a priority management expert. And that is really what that's about is how do you manifest more out of the time that you have, instead of creating more time writing working longer hours? And, and I've had I perfected that, you know, I have four businesses that I run, and I still have a life of luxury.Stuart Webb  11:45Wow. Well, you just mentioned a book I haven't heard of, and that's pretty unusual. So I'm really, really intrigued to get hold of that one and have a look at that one. Because that is that's gonna be one that's gonna be on my reading list now. And I spent some time every day reading something. So that one's going to be on my list to get the edit as soon as possible journeys been real. It's been a great time having you and I'm not going to make you do the work. So there's a question that I guess you're thinking at the moment that you wish I had asked, and I haven't done so so far. So what's the question I should have asked you. And then obviously, once you've asked that question, would you answer it for us?Jen Duplessis  12:19Um, oh, my goodness. Yeah. And I, you know, I was thinking about this this morning. But it's funny, when you get into this, you're like, Oh, well, the he asked those questions. And those are questions. Um, what question Haven't you asked? Uh, you know, I, I don't think you haven't not asked a question right now that, you know, this is the message I wanted to share with people is that you know, we make life too difficult. We make business too difficult. Like you're saying it's not rocket scientists, you know? And I would say, the question is, how do you keep it simple, right. And, you know, for me it is you've got to have clarity. It all stems around clarity, it can come back to Oh, the why behind and the who and the what, ensuring the vision, all of that is important. You have to have clarity of what you want in this life, to help you stop eating soup with a fork every day with all of your activities. And that's what we tend to do, we're just eating soup with a fork and we're exhausted, and we're not filled or fulfilled at the end of the day. So keep it simple by taking the time to slow down long enough so that you can speed up later instead of speeding up now so that you slow down everywhere.Stuart Webb  13:42Jen, not only do I love your mom, I now think that you have just hit the nail on the head. I am all about clarity. I love clarity. And you have just made that wonderful Jen that has been such and it's an insightful and really wonderful few minutes spending time with you. Thank you so much for coming on and talking to us. Really appreciate your insights into this and not only have you given me a new book to read, I'm obviously going to have to get into gender classes book and really enjoy that because that sounds like a really wonderful read. Listen everybody listening if you weren't able to join us live today get listen to the to the podcast later and please rate and subscribe it but but if you would like to get on to the newsletter so that you get an A notification every Monday of who we've got coming on this podcast who's going to be here so that you can listen in live and ask questions if you want to get onto that newsletter by going to TCA dot FYI forward slash get scribe. That's TCA dot FYI, forward slash subscribe, Jen. It's been a real pleasure having you on. Thank you so much.Jen Duplessis  14:45Thank you so much. Thank you for what you're doing. It's fantastic. I love it.Stuart Webb  14:49I love I love your insights. That was absolutely wonderful. And I just encourage everybody get out there. Remember, you've got those seven strategies that you can go and get at and ask us those questions there are some hard questions you need to ask yourself about what you're doing to build your steel rim before you build your your business tire. So let's let's get out there and make sure we've got the right way around. Jen, thank you very much for your time. Really appreciate it.Jen Duplessis  15:14Thank you so much. Bye bye Get full access to It's Not Rocket Science! at thecompleteapproach.substack.com/subscribe

CINEMACTIVIST
28 - Meet Shiara Pettis

CINEMACTIVIST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 33:08


Writer, Shiara Pettis, received her Masters of Arts in Creative Writing - Poetry at Southern New Hampshire University and her Bachelor's degree in Communications & Journalism at Slippery Rock University. When John was ready to further explore a sequel to Unearth, he was sent her name. That was a year ago. In this episode, get to know Shiara. And in next week's Part 2, learn about our process for writing a script with a partner. 00:00 - Meeting Shiara 04:25 - School & Early Interests 10:14 - Writing a Poetry Book 14:23 - Therapeutic or Cathartic? 16:24 - Going to College and 11th Hour Change 21:15 - Creative Writing and Reading in front of People 27:47 - Grad School with a Baby | Published on June 1, 2022 | Produced by Lyons Den Productions | Hosted by John C. Lyons | Music by Tony Grey | Support CINEMACTIVIST by becoming a Patron at www.patreon.com/lyonsdenproductions --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cinemactivist/message

The Tommy G Show
5 - 18 - 2022 Anne Marie Pettis RN COVID Boosters

The Tommy G Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 10:10


5 - 18 - 2022 Anne Marie Pettis RN COVID Boosters by Tommy G

Anik and Florian
EP. 348: Champ Oliveira? Namajunas v. Esparza with Ray Longo, Blachowicz v. Rakic Picks

Anik and Florian

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 88:48


Ep. 348 – Jon Anik, Kenny Florian, and Ray Longo look back at a wild UFC pay-per-view week in Phoenix, as Charles Oliveira continues his assault on the lightweight division. Plus, some thoughts on the PFL, whose winners included Anthony ‘Showtime' Pettis and Kayla Harrison. Also, a preview and predictions for UFC Fight Night: Blachowicz v. Rakic with MMA handicapper ‘Big Gun' Brian Petrie. ON TODAY'S SHOW (00:00:00) - OPENING - #AnikFlorianPodcast - WITH @RAYLONGOmma(00:40:38) - HEADLINES with @Jon_Anik &  @Kenny Florian (00:51:53) - Main-Event Challenge: @MMATAKESPODCAST - Brian Petrie (01:21:43) - MERRROW SECONDS: Producer @CodyMerrow (01:25:00) - OUTRO  OFFICIAL WEBSITE: Promo Code 'AF10' for 10% off merchandise https://www.anikflorianpodcast.com/ 

The Next Greatest Thing
Getting to Know Zach Pettis

The Next Greatest Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 22:44


Serviceman, Zach Pettis chats about his new position with the cooperative, why he believes working for AVECC is an opportunity of a lifetime and his favorite hobby, bass fishing. 

Critical Condition Sports Podcast
CC #88 w/Alex Martinez; 2021 PFL Lessons; Potential Pettis Fight; Goal in 2022 PFL Season

Critical Condition Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 16:32


Today I am joined by PFL Fighter Alex Martinez. Alex is 8-2, 1 NC as a pro and is coming off a 2021 playoff appearance. Alex is looking to start off the 2022 season with a bang as he takes on Steven Ray in the regular season opener for PFL #1 on April 20th. FIND ME ONLINE: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/criticalconditionsports/ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1A-vszg6xoN6EFmDQgGEEw Twitter https://twitter.com/ConditionTalk FIND ALEX ONLINE: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mmartinez_alex/ Twitter https://twitter.com/Mmartinez_alex AS ALWAYS THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! PLEASE LIKE, RATE, SHARE, AND SUBSCRIBE!

Strategy with Jason
Cusomer Experience In 2022 - Strategy With Jason - Squire Pettis

Strategy with Jason

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 5:05


On this episode of the Strategy With Jason Podcast, Squire Pettis joins Jason to discuss everything from the growth of technology in the automotive industry to how to better the customer experience and connect with customers. Squire is an operations specialist in the automotive industry. Specializing in sales, aftersales, and customer experience. Visit www.strategywithjason.com for more content, bookings and information. Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/strategy-with-jason-podcast-squire-pettis/id1454551179?i=1000555464556 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2bCudpgxnbUXWjNdiDT32I?si=WfHh6LKrRtu89b3MMgRz4Q Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/strategywithjason/strategy-with-jason-podcast-squire-pettis?utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing Digital Dealership Solutions: ddsolutions.ca Strategy With Jason: strategywithjason.com Bell2Bell: bell2bell.ca Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: apple.co/3IwlT3v Spotify: spoti.fi/3fT8V3H Soundcloud: bit.ly/347rnDb Jason Harris Twitter: twitter.com/StratWJason Instagram: www.instagram.com/strategywithjason/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/StrategyWithJason LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/strategywithjason/ Website: www.strategywithjason.ca Squire Pettis: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/smpettisjr/

Strategy with Jason
Strategies To Connect To Customers - Strategy With Jason - Squire Pettis

Strategy with Jason

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 5:09


On this episode of the Strategy With Jason Podcast, Squire Pettis joins Jason to discuss everything from the growth of technology in the automotive industry to how to better the customer experience and connect with customers. Squire is an operations specialist in the automotive industry. Specializing in sales, aftersales, and customer experience. Visit www.strategywithjason.com for more content, bookings and information. Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/strategy-with-jason-podcast-squire-pettis/id1454551179?i=1000555464556 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2bCudpgxnbUXWjNdiDT32I?si=WfHh6LKrRtu89b3MMgRz4Q Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/strategywithjason/strategy-with-jason-podcast-squire-pettis?utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing Digital Dealership Solutions: ddsolutions.ca Strategy With Jason: strategywithjason.com Bell2Bell: bell2bell.ca Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: apple.co/3IwlT3v Spotify: spoti.fi/3fT8V3H Soundcloud: bit.ly/347rnDb Jason Harris Twitter: twitter.com/StratWJason Instagram: www.instagram.com/strategywithjason/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/StrategyWithJason LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/strategywithjason/ Website: www.strategywithjason.ca Squire Pettis: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/smpettisjr/

Strategy with Jason
Strategy With Jason Podcast - Squire Pettis

Strategy with Jason

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 39:18


On this episode of the Strategy With Jason Podcast, Squire Pettis joins Jason to discuss everything from the growth of technology in the automotive industry to how to better the customer experience and connect with customers. Squire is an operations specialist in the automotive industry. Specializing in sales, aftersales, and customer experience. Visit www.strategywithjason.com for more content, bookings and information. Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/strategy-with-jason-podcast-squire-pettis/id1454551179?i=1000555464556 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2bCudpgxnbUXWjNdiDT32I?si=WfHh6LKrRtu89b3MMgRz4Q YouTube: https://youtu.be/e-L8Elgdw7o Digital Dealership Solutions: ddsolutions.ca Strategy With Jason: strategywithjason.com Bell2Bell: bell2bell.ca Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: apple.co/3IwlT3v Spotify: spoti.fi/3fT8V3H Soundcloud: bit.ly/347rnDb Jason Harris Twitter: twitter.com/StratWJason Instagram: www.instagram.com/strategywithjason/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/StrategyWithJason LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/strategywithjason/ Website: www.strategywithjason.ca Squire Pettis: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/smpettisjr/

Sammy And The Punk
WEIGHING IN #238 | UFC COLUMBUS PREVIEW | MASVIDAL/COVINGTON | BELLATOR BWGP UPDATE

Sammy And The Punk

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 68:51


Big John and Josh preview UFC Columbus, Blaydes vs Daukaus, upcoming ONE FC fight card, talk Jorge Masvidal assault on Colby Covington, Bellator Bantamweight Grand Prix updates due to Pettis injury, Bellator title fight announcement and more. Watch WEIGHING IN XTRA here: https://www.youtube.com/c/WEIGHINGINXTRA Listen on iTunes: https://apple.co/37XsRQ9 Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3jSZSiZ Listen on Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3jKXV82 Sponsored by MyBookie - go to http://MyBookie.ag and use code WEIGHINGIN upon signup to bank some extra betting money. Sponsored by FUM - go to http://BreatheFUM.com/WEIGHINGIN and use code WEIGHINGIN for 10% off. Get your WEIGHING IN tees at http://Weighinginpodcast.com. FOLLOW the team on Twitter and Instagram | @weighingin | @johnmccarthymma | @therealpunk | @podcastdave

Weighing In
WEIGHING IN #238 | UFC COLUMBUS PREVIEW | MASVIDAL/COVINGTON | BELLATOR BWGP UPDATE

Weighing In

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 68:51


Big John and Josh preview UFC Columbus, Blaydes vs Daukaus, upcoming ONE FC fight card, talk Jorge Masvidal assault on Colby Covington, Bellator Bantamweight Grand Prix updates due to Pettis injury, Bellator title fight announcement and more. Watch WEIGHING IN XTRA here: https://www.youtube.com/c/WEIGHINGINXTRA Listen on iTunes: https://apple.co/37XsRQ9 Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3jSZSiZ Listen on Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3jKXV82 Sponsored by MyBookie - go to http://MyBookie.ag and use code WEIGHINGIN upon signup to bank some extra betting money. Sponsored by FUM - go to http://BreatheFUM.com/WEIGHINGIN and use code WEIGHINGIN for 10% off. Get your WEIGHING IN tees at http://Weighinginpodcast.com. FOLLOW the team on Twitter and Instagram | @weighingin | @johnmccarthymma | @therealpunk | @podcastdave

MMA After Hours
Ep 131: Great Fights in London. Masvidal & Covington scrap at Miami Restaurant. Pettis Out of Bellator Grand Prix and More.

MMA After Hours

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 78:40


Episode 131: Michael Carlyle & Mika Frankl look back at last weeks UFC card from London. Jorge Masvidal & Colby Covington involved in an incident outside a Miami restaurant. Sergio Pettis is injured and has to pull out of the Bellator Bantamweight Grand Prix. Fights to make in the coming months and more.Hit up the show:Twitter: @MMAafterhours @RealMikeCarlyle @FranklMika @CagedMindsMMAEmail: mmaafterhours@gmail.com

tena talks
better together #BT40 with Preston Pettis [100]

tena talks

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2022 18:16


Today you get to hear from Preston. Here is what he had to say:  Have any of you heard of 75 Hard? Tena recently finished it impressively with amazing commitment and results on many levels. It actually took her 120 days cause she restarted with true integrity as it was only a minor mess up. It was one of the coolest things I have seen her accomplish! And that is a long list!  Anyways we just started a new couples challenge called BT 40. It's a spin off of 75 Hard. BT stands for better together and 40 is a biblical number. 7 (another biblical number) criteria has to be accomplished daily as a team.  1. Water. 100oz males 80oz females per day 2. Nutrition. Diet of your choice to do together 3. Movement. 30min of movement together a day. (Can be a workout, or simple a walk) 4. Project. 30 min a day of working on a project together 5. Intimacy. Connect intimately daily (recommended not to be sex)  6. Read. 30min a day (can be together or just sharing what you read) 7. Pray. Out loud together 1x a day Would love to carry on the convo over on the gram:  www.instagram.com/tenapettis  + www.instagram.com/bluelifeliving

The Tommy G Show
3 - 14 - 2022 Ann Marie Pettis COVID Booster Shot Information

The Tommy G Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 11:09


3 - 14 - 2022 Ann Marie Pettis COVID Booster Shot Information by Tommy G

tena talks
be better with Preslynn Pettis. [078]

tena talks

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 15:23


HAPPY 14th BIRTHDAY to my first baby - Preslynn Pettis! She so nicely jumped on as my guest today on the podcast. We covered ALL things Preslynn, from hockey, to podcasting, her future career, homeschooling and how she rocks life with ADHD!  She has a life philosophy » think better. be better. do better. Listen in to hear how she applies this in her daily life!  Oh and stay tuned for her future podcast » Two Way Street. A podcast for parents.  Let's chat on the gram » www.instagram.com/tenapettis 

What're You Reading?
Jeff Pettis Reads Bae Suah In Translation

What're You Reading?

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2022 16:46


Today's book is "Untold Night and Day" by Bae Suah, a South Korean author. In addition to the novel itself, we discuss certain aspects of reading translated literature and how it can convey a different kind of truth, compared to a non-fiction or more culturally familiar work. Host: Kyle Johnson (@panic_kyle); Guest: Jeff Pettis (@lowercasepoet); Music: Julian Loida (@julianloida); Get in touch with the show! panic.kyle.tt@gmail.com

Dc's Real Talk
Dc's Real Talk Catching up with "L-Train" Pettis County Clerk/ Election Authority Nick Lastrada

Dc's Real Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2022 78:08


This episode got away from me! Talking with one of my best friends made this very conversational and quite a bit out there! But always fun to catch up and to learn about others interesting journeys and life! 

True Crime Trine
Ep.39 – David Pettis - Sit On A Knife

True Crime Trine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 58:52


Join us this week as we talk ice cream and murder. Meredith takes us east of the Cascades to Cheney, Washington for the story of David and Peggy Pettis. This case includes an affair, life insurance policies and painkiller laced ice cream. For astrology, we talk about the compatibility of Pisces and Pisces as well as Pisces and Aquarius. Additionally, Monday 1/10 will bring a little psychic awareness as the Sun in Capricorn will be trine with Neptune in Pisces. Beware on Tuesday 1/11 and try not to get sucked into the gossip as Mars in Sagittarius will be square with Neptune in Pisces. Prepare for Mercury to go retrograde in Aquarius for a few weeks starting on Friday 1/14.

New Solo
Service To Others, The Secret To Success

New Solo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 49:18


Lift your practice by lifting others. Host Adriana Linares talks with attorney and community leader Eugene Pettis about how his lifelong commitment to community service built his brand and his business.  Pettis, the first African American president of The Florida Bar, made a conscious effort to carve out time for giving back, leading literacy and education efforts and fostering open, honest communication while seeking solutions. Public service builds connections, brand, and ultimately business. “We're on this earth to do better by others,” he says.  But don't forget, a business doesn't build itself. Be bold. Pettis, who has represented Fortune 100 companies including ExxonMobil and Starbucks, says he's never shied from approaching even the biggest potential clients.  Plus, we have a special upcoming mailbag edition on Office 365 and all things Microsoft. Got a question? Contact us at newsolo@legaltalknetwork.com. Topics:  Service above self. Know the value of community service and helping others.  If you see a problem, solve it. If you have a good idea, act. Community involvement builds your brand. Be bold. Don't shy from approaching the biggest potential clients. New Insights, brought to you by Nota by M&T Bank  Veteran attorney and mediation professional Liz McCausland answers questions from new solo Stephanie Larenas  Question 4/4: “I am so nervous about putting myself out there. What are some tips you can give me about doing it confidently?”   Special thanks to our sponsors, Lawclerk, Alert Communications, Abby Connect, and Clio. 

Laptop Lifestyle Lawyer
A conversation with a heavy hitter of our legal community with Eugene Pettis

Laptop Lifestyle Lawyer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 66:21


Website: https://www.hpslegal.com/, http://www.canwetalk360.com/ Social Media Handles @canwetalk360, @EugeneKPettis, linkedin.com/in/eugene-k-pettis-23906679 Bio Eugene K. Pettis is the Co-founder and Senior Partner of Haliczer Pettis & Schwamm, residing in the Fort Lauderdale office. For more than 30 years, Eugene has represented an impressive list of corporate, public sector and individual clients in civil trial matters. He handles a range of complex cases, with a primary focus on representing plaintiffs, in the areas of medical malpractice, personal injury and commercial litigation. Eugene has the historic and laudable designation as the first African-American President of The Florida Bar. In his role at the helm of The Florida Bar, which governs nearly 100,000 attorneys, he provided visionary leadership and brought a passion for giving back to his profession and his community. Eugene spearheaded an assortment of initiatives while President, including the conceptualization of the still active William Reece Smith Leadership Academy, a multi-session training program designed to help a diverse and inclusive group of lawyers become better leaders. Eugene is a highly sought-after speaker who has used his engaging and enthusiastic style to motivate thousands. He is also the host of the Can We Talk? 360° podcast. Eugene's “Can We Talk 360°” interview sessions and “Motivational Moments” solo sessions are podcasts created to “provide a safe space where we can openly, honestly, candidly and authentically discuss different perspectives and viewpoints on an array of topics that impact humanity. ”He has two daughters, the oldest a litigation attorney in Orlando and the youngest recently received her doctoral degree in child psychology.

Legal Talk Network - Law News and Legal Topics
Service To Others, The Secret To Success

Legal Talk Network - Law News and Legal Topics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 49:18


Lift your practice by lifting others. Host Adriana Linares talks with attorney and community leader Eugene Pettis about how his lifelong commitment to community service built his brand and his business.  Pettis, the first African American president of The Florida Bar, made a conscious effort to carve out time for giving back, leading literacy and education efforts and fostering open, honest communication while seeking solutions. Public service builds connections, brand, and ultimately business. “We're on this earth to do better by others,” he says.  But don't forget, a business doesn't build itself. Be bold. Pettis, who has represented Fortune 100 companies including ExxonMobil and Starbucks, says he's never shied from approaching even the biggest potential clients.  Plus, we have a special upcoming mailbag edition on Office 365 and all things Microsoft. Got a question? Contact us at newsolo@legaltalknetwork.com. Topics:  Service above self. Know the value of community service and helping others.  If you see a problem, solve it. If you have a good idea, act. Community involvement builds your brand. Be bold. Don't shy from approaching the biggest potential clients. New Insights, brought to you by Nota by M&T Bank  Veteran attorney and mediation professional Liz McCausland answers questions from new solo Stephanie Larenas  Question 4/4: “I am so nervous about putting myself out there. What are some tips you can give me about doing it confidently?”   Special thanks to our sponsors, Lawclerk, Alert Communications, Abby Connect, and Clio. 

Ground N' Pound MMA & Combat Podcast
26. UFC 269: THE FINAL PPV OF 2021

Ground N' Pound MMA & Combat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 35:02


Hunter, Sam, and Jacob cover the last weeks fight night headlined by Rob Font and Jose Aldo. Also covered is PFL heading to FuboTV in a head scratching mood according to the guys. Sergio Pettis retains the belt at Bellator 272. Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor rumors are heating up as well. Big congrats to Holly Holm on her induction to the International Boxing H.O.F. Next week the co-main event of Stephen "Wonderboy" Thompson and Belal Muhammad was added.And finally, everything is broken down ahead of UFC 269 which is as exciting as it gets. Be ready for fireworks and the guys cover fights up and down the card with analysis and predictions ahead of a stacked Saturday card.Winners Only Club Twitter/ Instagram : @wocmainHunter's Instagram: hunterrv_Jacob's Twitter: JDDtrickJacob's Instagram: jdietrich4www.winnersonlyclub.com

Fight Game Media Network
In The Clinch - Bantamweight Bonanza, Aldo, Pettis, UFC 269 Preview

Fight Game Media Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 110:12


Ryan and Paul are back with another episode of In the Clinch. This week the 135 pounders were the focus in both UFC and Bellator. Sergio Pettis scored a KO of the year contender to defend his Bellator title and Jose Aldo moved one step closer to becoming a two-division champion by beating Rob Font in an outstanding UFC main event. There was plenty of other stuff to talk about from the UFC show and Ryan and Paul break it all down. They also preview UFC 269, the last PPV of the year, with two title fights as well as Cody Garbrandt, Dominick Cruz and Sean O'Malley fighting as well as many others. Ryan also goes over a huge week in MMA news and goes off on a mini-rant about UFC"s hiring policies. It was a very packed show that went a little longer than usual but it was a very busy week to cover!  Join the Patreon for just $5.00 per month here: https://www.patreon.com/fightgamemedia Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/fightgamemedia Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1958473677605950 Follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/fightgamemedia Subscribe to our YouTube Page: https://www.youtube.com/c/FightGameMedia Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fightgamemedia/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

TD's & Flying Knees
Episode 28: Haney vs. Diaz, Bellator 272: Pettis vs. Horiguchi, and One Championship

TD's & Flying Knees

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 111:33


Welcome back to another edition of TD's & Flying Knees. This past weekend was filled with surprises such as the upset of Kambosos beating Lopez on a decision. We also covered Haney vs. Diaz, Bellator 272 and One Championship on Friday morning. And in the second half of this episode, we compare different players on match ups leading up to fantasy championships. Thanks for listening and we will see you next week.

Punchin’ In
Dan Lambert Screwed By Bob Meyorwitz On Contract To Buy UFC | Episode 20

Punchin’ In

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 102:02


In this episode, we breakdown the upcoming fight cards:  Bellator 272: Pettis vs. Horiguchi and UFC on ESPN 31: Font vs. Aldo. Dan talks about the time he "bought" a majority stake in the UFC from Bob Meyorwitz, pre-Fertitta's. Plus, his thoughts on Hunter Campbell, Scott Coker, Manny Diaz and the state of The "U", "Canes football and more... 0:00:00 Starts 0:00:10 Intro 0:01:10 Marcus Buchecha One Championship 0:03:42 Josh Silveira LFA 0:06:30 Bellator 0:06:36 Killys Mota 0:07:48 Alexander Shabliy  0:10:00 Johnny Eblen 0:12:37 Lock of the Year 0:12:40 Kyoji Horiguchi vs Sergio Pettis 0:21:04 Mybookie debacle 0:27:18 UFC ESPN 31 0:27:40 Zhalgas Zhumagulov 0:31:12 Clay Guida vs Leo Santos 0:34:14 Brad Riddell vs Rafael Fiziev 0:42:00 Rob Font vs Jose Aldo 0:47:57 Buying the UFC pre-Fertitta's 1:16:32 Hook n Shoot shows 1:17:24 Matt Hume 1:23:45 Q&A 1:23:54 Thoughts on Triad Triller Show 1:25:26 Break down Riddell's striking 1:25:55 Would DP have success at 170? 1:27:14 Hardest hitters in each division 1:31:54 Lightning Round 1:32;05 Hunter Campbell - UFC 1:33:50 Scott Coker - Bellator 1:35:00 Manny Diaz head coach of the Miami Hurricanes 1:40:59 Wrap-up 1:42:01 The End If you enjoyed the content, please hit the Subscribe button, Share, Like, and Comment. Always appreciative. You can also follow us on our social media: https://www.instagram.com/punchin_in_/ https://www.instagram.com/punchin_in_/

A WNBA State of Mind with Adrienne Goodson
A WNBA State of Mind with Bridget Pettis former player and Coach of the Phoenix Mercury and Chicago Sky

A WNBA State of Mind with Adrienne Goodson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 27:34


Come join us with former WNBA player Bridget Pettis of the Phoenix Mercury and Chicago Sky as we discuss what she's doing lately and the future of the league. Thank you for downloading, sharing, following and $upporting the show on Spotify and all other podcast platforms #awnbastateofmind #breakerpodcast #applepodcasts #overcast #pocketcasts #anchorfmpodcast #googlepodcasts #sundaybrunch #positivevibesonly #elevateyourgame #agoody15 #wnba #espnw #girlpower #womeninsports #womensupportingwomen #phoenixmercury #chicagosky --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/adrienne-goodson/message

I Am Wellness
Being Black AND Woman AND Educated with Jessica Pettis

I Am Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 78:57


On this week's episode, childhood best friend, Jessica Pettis @Jesswiththemess.cle, joins Charjoi and shares her experience being a medical student while being a Black woman. We discuss the importance of representation of Black and Brown doctors for our community, the burnout that we experience while breaking down the walls of generation trauma and poverty and being the "first" in our families, and the time that we need to step away from our struggles in order to get back on the right and healthy path! Remember to Review, Subscribe, and Share with everyone you know! You never know what message people need today!

One Giant Podcast
Giants vs Patriots: Preseason Takeaways

One Giant Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 40:14


Adam and Andy are back talking all things New York Football Giants! This was not the dress rehearsal Giants fans hoped for. The guys discuss the surprising start of Nate Solder at right tackle and what that means, if anything, for Matt Pearts future. Andrew Thomas all struggled bringing Adam dangerously close to the edge on Dave Gettleman's roster construction. Daniel Jones gave Giants fans exactly what we wanted: high completion percentage, mobility outside the pocket and down field accuracy on a 23 yard touchdown to Kaden Smith. He also through an interception on the goal line, just to keep us on our toes. Beyond the concerns, BJ Hill did not play in the finale making Andy wonder what that could indicate for the 53 man roster. David Sills and CJ Board have earned their roster spots, but what will become of Pettis and Ross? And could Adam have been right all along that Gary Brightwell can make the opening day roster? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/onegiantpodcast/message

The Sports Deli Podcast - Where Everyone Deserves a Seat at the Table; An Anti-Racist, Equality Pod
Bridget Pettis - Former WNBA Player Who Played in the First Year in the History of the WNBA Joins Hootie Hoot in The Sports Deli Podcast: Where Everyone Deserves a Seat at the Table

The Sports Deli Podcast - Where Everyone Deserves a Seat at the Table; An Anti-Racist, Equality Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 62:21


Bridget Pettis, Bridget Pettis, a Yogi, a former WNBA player and one of the most selfless people I've ever met joined, me, Hootie Hoot in The Sports Deli Podcast to discuss her journey from playing on the streets in Indiana to going the Juco route to playing in the Southeastern Conference at The University of Florida to being to being in the first draft class ever in the WNBA to her coaching career in the W to life after basketball. And you don't want to miss her answers to our very famous rapid fire, "This or That" segment of the podcast including whether or not she selected Cheryl Miller or Diana as her top choice. To find out more about our sponsors...visit us at: www.thesportsdelipodcast.com 1) SportRx 2) City Locs 3) PSK Collective and 4) Moolah Kicks Your voice matters when fighting: 1) systemic racism 2) helping to demystify mental health as being taboo 3) bridging the gap between the disproportionate number of minorities in jail 4) helping bring equal opportunities and pay to the black, brown and latino/a communities, especially with women, and 5) creating safe spaces from the LGBTQIA+ to others without compromising your integrity and work ethic and allowing our children to feel empowered, comfortable in their own skin, and not be bullied. 6) helping young boys and girls feel empowered #wnba #womensupportingwomen #thefemalelead #oprah #ellen #espn #abcsports #nbcsports #goodmorningamerica #gma #cbs #abc #nbc #womenempowerment #betonwomen --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-sports-deli/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-sports-deli/support

Savannah Gets The Scoop
Austin Pettis

Savannah Gets The Scoop

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 17:24


Listen in as Savannah catches up with current high school football coach and former St. Louis Ram, Austin Pettis See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

MMA Fighting
The A-Side Live Chat | Jiri Prochazka's future, Diego Sanchez vs. UFC, Archuleta vs Pettis, UFC Vegas 26, more

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 87:27


For this episode, Kristen King joins José Youngs and E. Casey Leydon to react to some of the biggest news in MMA. Some topics include fallout from UFC Vegas 25​, Jiri Prochazka's KO of Dominick Reyes, Diego Sanchez's recent interview, and more. The three will also look ahead to UFC Vegas 26​, Bellator 258​, headlined by a bantamweight title fight between Juan Archuleta vs. Sergio Pettis, PFL 3​, featuring Fabricio Werdum vs. Renan Ferreira & Kayla Harrison vs. Mariana Morais, and more Follow José Youngs: @JoseYoungs Follow E. Casey Leydon: @ekc Follow Kristen King: @KristenKingMMA Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dYpsgH Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/u8VvLi Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/eFhsvM Like MMAF on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uhdg7Z Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/nOATUI Read More: http://www.mmafighting.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices