Tis the season. Of course there will be ghouls and goblins but there will also be great food and drinks. Listen to Tyler Wilson tell us what we can expect this Oktoberfest at Wurstküche.
Tyler Wilson was here at the beginning, middle and end of the Petrino era. Chuck sits down with him and talks about the wild ride. Presented by Weichert Realtors - The Griffin Company
John Nabors discusses the latest comments from Razorback Football coach Sam Pittman with players entering into the transfer portal in the middle of fall camp, why the culture needs to dictate who's in and who's out in the program, Razorback Stadium could be at its most powerful in 2022, and we are Tyler Wilson days away from Arkansas kicking off. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
One of my passions is Major League Baseball. I have personally been to 22 of the 30 stadiums and I live and die by the Atlanta Braves. So in the Bonus Episode I got to totally geek out with former Major Leaguer turned real estate agent, Tyler Wilson, and ask him a ton of questions about playing baseball for the Baltimore Orioles. If you are a baseball fan, you will want to check this out. Gary
To be the best at real estate you need to develop mindset, routine, work/life balance, as well as learning to deal with failure, disappointment and self-doubt. These are the same skill set that professional athletes must develop to reach the highest level of their sport. Today former Major League Baseball Player turned real estate agent, Tyler Wilson (Baltimore Orioles) discusses how he developed these skill sets and was able to apply them to his real estate business. This episode is a great opportunity for you to reflect on your skills and weakness and learn how to master these skills. Catch my discussion with Tyler on Major League Baseball here!https://www.buzzsprout.com/1378912/11110160Don't forget to like us and share us!Gary* Gary serves on the South Carolina Real Estate Commission as a Commissioner. The opinions expressed herein are his opinions and are not necessarily the opinions of the SC Real Estate Commission. This podcast is not to be considered legal advice. Please consult an attorney in your area.
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we're featuring a special programmers preview of Beware of Dario Argento, our 20-film retrospective taking place Friday through June 29. Join FLC Programmers Maddie Whittle and Tyler Wilson in an overview of the Master of Giallo's oeuvre. Explore the lineup, featuring 17 world premieres of new restorations, the North American Premiere of Dark Glasses, 3D and 35mm screenings, and in-person appearances from Argento himself at filmlinc.org/argento. After the preview, listen to a Q&A from the 59th New York Film Festival with director Apichatpong Weerasethakul and actress Tilda Swinton on their Main Slate selection Memoria, moderated by NYFF Artistic Director Dennis Lim. Collective and personal ghosts hover over every frame of Memoria, somehow the grandest yet most becalmed of Apichatpong Weerasethakul's works. Inspired by the Thai director's own memories and those of people he encountered while traveling across Colombia, the film follows Jessica (a wholly immersed Tilda Swinton), an expat botanist visiting her hospitalized sister in Bogotá; while there, she becomes ever more disturbed by an abyssal sound that haunts her sleepless nights and bleary-eyed days, compelling her to seek help in identifying its origins. Thus begins a personal journey that's also a historical excavation, in a film of profound serenity that, like Jessica's sound, lodges itself in the viewer's brain as it traverses city and country, climaxing in an extraordinary extended encounter with a rural farmer that exists on a precipice between life and death. Join our special engagement with Memoria, playing for one week only through June 23! Get tickets at filmlinc.org/memoria.
Defenders of Potential, ASSEMBLE! For this edition of On the Record, Sarina Fazan is speaking to Stephen Koch and Tyler Wilson of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay! During their conversation, Stephen and Tyler discuss the exponential positive impact that the organization has had on at-risk youth in Tampa Bay and in surrounding communities, the effect that Covid-19 has had on their number of mentors, and the simple ways that people can get involved. To learn more about Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay, visit bbbstampabay.org Watch the Sarina Fazan Network online at https://sarinafazannetwork.tv and on Roku (by visiting the Channel Store or by using code CTZHQCG). Live shows are subject to change. Have a story to tell? We want to hear from you! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for the opportunity to be a guest on the Sarina Fazan Network. “On The Record With Sarina Fazan” is proudly sponsored by: Red House Streaming (com) labelswap | Upscale Thrift | Tampa (labelswap.com) Precision Overhead Garage Door St. Petersburg, FL | Repair, Openers & New Garage Doors (stpetegaragedoors.com)
#095 - Tyler Wilson is a father of 2 and an overall badass guy who is also a member of my Forging Elite Fathers 1-to-1 coaching program. And I invited him onto the show today because his transformation is inspiring as heck, and I know you're going to get a ton of value from this conversation! The main thing that Tyler wants you to know is that the second you start and you really start seeing the results, you're going to wish that you started way sooner! Well, no time like the present, right?If you're interested in getting support along your health and fitness journey, you can fill out this questionnaire here and I'll be in touch!Click Here to Fill Out the QuestionnaireOr Just shoot me an email at Kevin@DadBodWOD.net or a DM on Instagram!Links:FREE Dad Bod WOD Community Facebook GroupTen Thousand Apparel CodeL TORRESIce Age Meals Code: KevinTorresIAMBare Performance Nutrition Code: TORRES
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we're featuring a special programmers preview of the 51st New Directors/New Films, our annual festival celebrating filmmakers who speak to the present and anticipate the future of cinema, and whose bold work pushes the envelope in unexpected, striking ways, co-presented with the Museum of Modern Art. Join FLC programmer Tyler Wilson and MoMA programmers La Frances Hui and Rajendra Roy as they highlight films from the 51st edition of the festival. This year's lineup will introduce 26 features and 11 shorts, a total of 39 directors, 21 of which are women. New Directors/New Films takes place from April 20 - May 1. Explore the films and get tickets at newdirectors.org.
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we're featuring a Q&A from the 59th New York Film Festival with The Tale of King Crab directors Alessio Rigo de Righi and Matteo Zoppis and NYFF programmer Tyler Wilson. This rich, engrossing fiction feature debut from documentary filmmakers Rigo de Righi and Zoppis takes storytelling itself as its subject. Based on a legendary figure about whom the filmmakers first heard while making their previous collaboration, 2015's Il Solengo, this rousing, bifurcated tale follows the improbable adventures of Luciano, played by a bewitching Gabriele Silli, a village outcast in late-19th-century rural Italy. In the film's first half, set in the countryside near Rome, his life is undone by alcohol, forbidden love, and an escalating quarrel with a local aristocrat; in the second, Luciano is in the distant Argentine province of Tierra del Fuego, hunting for a mythic treasure with the help of a compass-like crab. Rigo de Righi and Zoppis have created a highly unconventional narrative of redemption, alternating images of grandeur and folkloric idiosyncrasy The Tale of King Crab opens exclusively in our theaters this Friday. Get showtimes and tickets at filmlinc.org/crab.
This week Kelham and Thomas do something never done on the podcast before... we welcome a guest onto the show. That guest is Tyler Wilson from bloggers paradise. Please join us this week as we break down star wars as a franchise as well as take a deeper look at Rogue One. As always please rate, review, subscribe, and share to help the podcast grow. Tyler's Info: Email - Bloggersparadise.net Podcast - Talking Paradise Twitter - @mr_tylerwilson Contact Us: Email - email@example.com Kelham - @cool_gollum Thomas - @stimpyisking
On this week's show in the first period we check in on every team in the NHL to see how they did over the past week. We've got news on two coaching changes, rumors about the Coyotes on the move, Ovechkin continues his march to Gretzky and all the rest of the news from the NHL. In the second period we have a special interview with Tyler Wilson he is a Puck Podcast listener that did something very special this week. In the third period we read your e-mails. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on #SmallBusinessShouout, we highlight a local gem in Los Angeles. Wurstküch owners Tyler Wilson and Joseph Pitruzzelli stopped by to talk about how their business has been during the pandemic, unique items on their menu and their refreshing selection of beer. You can find them at Venice Beach 625 Lincoln Blvd or Downtown LA 800 E 3rd Street. If you are need of a gourmet hot dog and some great beer, make sure to stop by!
Pour l'épisode 5 du MMA Talk show, on reçoit Alex Morgan qui sera en action en demi finale de la toute première carte de Samourai MMA le 19 Novembre. Pour l'occasion, il affrontera le champion Unified Maged Hammo dans un combat de championnat des 145lbs. On parle de ce combat, de son trip en France où il est revenu sur le chemin de la victoire, de son gym et encore plus dans un excellent entretien!Avant ça, on recap les performances Canadiennes de la semaine avec la victoire de Randa Markos sur Livinha Souza au UFC Vegas 41 et les défaites de Tyler Wilson contre Edir Terry et de Simon Marini contre Gabriel Checco au XMMA 3.00:00 Intro00:50 Canadian Performances09:36 Alex Morgan
Former Razorback QB Tyler Wilson joins the show as our celebrity guest picker this week and loves what KJ Jefferson is doing for the Hogs. We break down the Arkansas-Auburn matchup, and then Tyler and the guys make their picks on the biggest games of the weekend. ----------- Want more? Subscribe to Hogs Plus to view video versions of every single episode. Also, follow The Razorback Daily on social media for behind-the-scenes content. Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re featuring a special conversation from the 50th edition of New Directors/New Films, with Theo Anthony the director of All Light, Everywhere, this year's closing night selection, and FLC’s assistant programmer Tyler Wilson. Theo Anthony’s breakthrough sophomore feature uses the increased regularity of body cams in U.S. law enforcement as the anchor point for an ever-expanding exploration on perception, power, and policing. All Light, Everywhere is now playing nationwide in our Virtual Cinema through May 13 during New Directors/New Films. If you missed a film from the first half of the festival, you can still watch it with our Virtual All-Access Pass. To celebrate this milestone year of ND/NF, use promo code “SAVE40” during checkout in our Virtual Cinema to get 40% off the pass.
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring a preview in anticipation of the 50th-anniversary edition of New Directors/New Films, a festival that has celebrated filmmakers who represent the present and anticipate the future of cinema, taking place virtually and in theaters from April 28 to May 8. In celebration of this year’s milestone, we’re excited to also present ND/NF@ 50, a free virtual retrospective looking back on the festival’s history, available nationwide in our Virtual Cinema from April 16 - 28. Join the programmers from Film at Lincoln Center, Florence Almozini, Dan Sullivan, Tyler Wilson, and Madeline Whittle, and the Museum of Modern Art, La Frances Hui, as they discuss their top picks from this year’s festival and retrospective, moderated by Wendy Keys. The 2021 feature committee comprises Florence Almozini (Co-Chair, FLC), La Frances Hui (Co-Chair, MoMA), Rajendra Roy (MoMA), Josh Siegel (MoMA), Dan Sullivan (FLC), and Tyler Wilson (FLC), and the shorts were programmed by Brittany Shaw (MoMA) and Madeline Whittle (FLC). This talk was first available to FLC members, who play such a vital role in all we do. If you're interested in supporting FLC by becoming a member and exploring member benefits, visit filmlinc.org/members for more information. This episode of the Film at Lincoln Center podcast is sponsored by Amazon Studios, presenting Borat Subsequent Moviefilm and Time. Now streaming on Amazon Prime Video. For your consideration. Click here to learn more. https://www.amazonstudiosguilds.com/films. This episode is also sponsored by Kino Lorber, presenting Charlène Favier's Slalom. Now playing in select theaters and virtual cinemas nationwide: kinomarquee.com/slalom
Pete, Lee & Shaun are joined by Tyler Wilson for this one. Knee jerk reactions to the first 4 games - how are the Marlins going to handle these SP injuries? Panic stations in the pen? Lineup inconsistencies.... Who is getting paid? Emoji of the week returns.
Alex Contreras, Tyler Wilson and Daniel De Vivo serve us their takes on players entering make-or-break years, who's got All-Star potential, how the Marlins stack up against the rest of the National League East division and much more. | Follow Alex (@TheRealACoN), Tyler (@KingOfBuffalo), Daniel (@DanielDeVivo) and Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) on Twitter. Full coverage at FishStripes.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Empire building has become the standard in our industry. Why have one restaurant when you can have 100? This ambition, paired with debt financing, has led to the collapse of our industry. Many of us grew too big too fast. Enter Tyler Wilson. Tyler has spent the last decade growing from one location to two, without incurring one penny of debt. Wins and losses are financed from the profits of the business not debit from outside investment. In this episode we dig into the pros and cons of a debt free restaurant model. For more on Tyler's restaurant go to Wurstkuche.com Sign Up for Our Weekly Newsletter: https://pineapplepost.news Book time on Josh's personal calendar: https://bit.ly/3otQm8z Want to streamline your front-of-house operations and increase sales? Head over to http://restaurants.yelp.com to claim your free page and learn more about these powerful tools for your business.
This episode, Matthew Bane catches up with Tomas (known to some as Tyler Wilson). Recently Tomas was nominated for a new position within the Farm Bureau and was featured on Channel 18 news discussing the issue of internet service in rural areas. Finally, they discussed some old case tractors and plans for the future. Thanks for listening!
Matt Waldman’s RSP Scout Talk podcast with Russ Lande concludes its series devoted to evaluation misses and lessons learned with an episode on the quarterback, the most difficult position to evaluate in sport. Russ Lande and I have had our share of successes between us, ranging from Tom Brady and Marc Bulger to Russell Wilson and Patrick Mahomes. We've also had our share of failures and lessons learned. Evaluating quarterbacks has become harder than ever--and the position was the most difficult to scout in the first place. We spent the hour discussing what we've learned about evaluating quarterbacks. Bruce Gradkowski and John Beck: Arm strength may be overrated, but it's still essential. Blaine Gabbert and Mark Sanchez: The danger of taking a quarterback based on one year of play. Johnny Manziel and Nate Davis: Great physical and technical talent, but the emotional dedication to the game matters. Ryan Nassib and Jake Fromm: Tape vs workouts and the benefits and detriments of both. Tyler Wilson, Brian Brohm, and Jeff Tedford quarterbacks: Quarterbacks who benefitted more from a master tactician's system and coaching than they grew as NFL prospects. Jake Locker: If the mechanics are good and the accuracy is bad, it's hard to fix. If you missed the previous episodes, they're well worth a listen: Running Backs Wide Receivers Tight Ends For the most in-depth analysis of offensive skill players available (QB, RB, WR, and TE), download the 2021 Rookie Scouting Portfolio for $21.95. Matt’s new RSP Dynasty Rankings and Two-Year Projections Package is available for $24.95 If you’re a fantasy owner and interested in purchasing past publications for $9.95 each, the 2012-2020 RSPs also have a Post-Draft Add-on that’s included at no additional charge. Best yet, a percentage of each sale is set aside for a year-end donation to Darkness to Light to combat sexual abuse.
Entrepreneurship is such an enticing word that it can be so easy to get blinded by the name we fail to anticipate the inevitable challenges that come with it. If you plan to become an entrepreneur, this episode will get you covered on the highs and lows of this path that most people don't realize. Thane Marcus Ringler sits down with Tyler Wilson, a speaker, mentor, and founder of Wurstküche, to discuss Tyler's journey on helping people fall in love through his business. He talks about his experiences starting a restaurant and sausage business that pioneers a new market niche in LA, all the while overcoming adversities in his life and battling dyslexia. Having grown up in an entrepreneurial family, he also shares the lessons he has learned, dealing with operational efficiencies and turnover, the challenges with generational differences, balancing family and work life, and more. Plus, Tyler also tells us his insights into finding creative solutions to education and improving the education system and then lays down some of his cornerstone habits and self-talk that can also help you face the challenges head-on. Follow us on the Socials! – Instagram – Facebook – Twitter Check out our YouTube! Leave us a Rating/Review! SUPPORT US ON PATREON! Send us an email – firstname.lastname@example.org
*In this episode, we discuss a local Biblical counseling ministry. The term "Biblical counseling" can mean many things, including some approaches to counseling that have, harmfully, overlooked the role of clinical mental health therapy and psychiatric treatment. If you think you would benefit from or if you have questions about therapy and mental health treatment, please contact us and we will connect you with a licensed mental health professional at Redeemer. In which Josh, Paul, and Andy sit down with Tyler Wilson from The Well Church in Moore, Oklahoma, to hear about their Biblical counseling program. https://thewellchurchok.com/
This week Tyler Wilson and Matthew Bane try something new -- a three minute (roughly) edition of Friday on the Fly. This time around they quickly discuss the significance of the Magnum tractor, the impact of drought and Derecho, the Presidential debate and election, and finally the iPhone 12. Enjoy!
Today's episode follows Austin Regional Clinic (ARC), a large multi-specialty medical group that serves over 500,000 patients in Austin, Texas. Founded in 1980 as an HMO, ARC is coming full-circle on their journey in value-based care as they now serve more than half of their population in value-based contracts. Tyler Willson, VP of Population Health and Clinical Quality talks with us about the tipping point for value, ARC's strategy during and post-COVID, as well as partnerships with payers. We also explore Austin's unique market where corporate giants like Apple, Tesla, Amazon, and IBM are turning the area into a hub for innovation, which offers a unique opportunity for ARC. Find out what will happen with Medicare Advantage plans in the market, how analytics and automation are enhancing care, and how an important partner is making it all possible for ARC to be a leader in the race to value. Bookmarks: 4:01 Reaching the financial tipping point in health value 5:24 Austin Regional Clinic's value-based care journey 8:28 Tyler describes ARC's current population health infrastructure 9:08 The shift of payment environment towards full- and delegated-risk models 10:25 Sourcing capital and investments to build infrastructure 10:45 JV with Agilon Health (a PE-backed company that supports ARC in taking fully delegated, capitated risk in Medicare Advantage) 11:35 Evaluating the landscape to determine strategic planning horizon, scope, and scale for VBC portfolio 12:00 How the increased level of involuntary risk will necessitate strategic investments in enhanced care models 12:35 Lessons from COVID-19 in determining the “true” risk in ARC's revenue portfolio 13:40 Shared Savings are critical lifelines in the COVID era 14:40 Austin, TX as an emerging national innovation hub 16:04 “so much of an organization's capacity for innovation comes from what it believes” 17:00 Competition for workforce talent in Austin 17:30 How to design and implement patient satisfaction surveys to collect meaningful data 18:53 Austin as an “innovate or die” type market 19:35 An outline of poor public health measures in the state of Texas 21:04 ARC's commitment to patient access as a bedrock principle 24:05 ARC's holding true to its value proposition during the pandemic crisis 25:11 Ensuring patient access to telehealth 26:00 Creating a patient-centered care medical home by focusing on patient access 27:10 An overview of ARC's quality measure performance 29:00 ARC's focus on automation, predictive analytics, and extensive outreach to ensure successful closure of care gaps 33:45 The use of ML and NLP in algorithms to drive automation in burden of illness documentation 36:22 Predictive analytics as the “unicorn of our industry” 38:00 Development of a Medicare Advantage strategy in partnership with Agilon 41:30 Incubating the types of infrastructure to test innovation viability for managing full-risk MA 42:31 The importance of an investment partner in ARC's expansion of its full-risk MA portfolio 43:00 Market growth of Medicare Advantage being driven by consumer price sensitivity 45:00 Capturing accurate documentation in the burden of illness to the highest level of specificity 46:30 Advocating for CMS to include audio-only visits as a means to document and revalidate HCC codes 49:30 An overview of ARC's participation in Medicare ACO program with Ascension Seton 50:58 Evaluation of the Direct Contracting ACO model 53:50 Employer-physician collaboration to deliver quality care
CMHC coined the term "Deferral Cliff" when referring to the end of the grace period given to mortgage owners in Canada that deferred their payments. With 7% of BC mortgages deferred, how many will actually go into arrears? CMHC predicts 20% of mortgages will, and our guest Tyler Wilson from Pilot Mortgage Group agrees with the economists and has a much different answer. We look into how housing prices may be affected and what you can do if you need to defer or extend your deferral period. wearepilot.ca
In this special 58th New York Film Festival edition of the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, NYFF programmer Tyler Wilson is joined by co-directors Paul Felten & Joe DeNardo and star Stephanie Hayes of the funny and alluring Slow Machine. Featuring an intriguingly eclectic cast—including experimental theater performers Hayes and Scott Shepherd, the musician Eleanor Friedberger, and Chloë Sevigny—Slow Machine follows an actress whose intimate relationship with a shadowy NYPD-affiliated operative ends abruptly and disastrously, leading her to hide out in a country house otherwise occupied by a band preparing their new record. The film explodes and reassembles the thriller genre, producing a work on paranoia, surveillance, and performance. Get nationwide virtual tickets here: https://www.filmlinc.org/nyff2020/films/slow-machine/
Tyler Wilson, Marlins Writer, joins us this week. We preview the upcoming first round playoff matchup between the Cubs and Marlins. We discuss the final week of the Cubs season, and some of our takeaways from the 2020 regular season presentation. Enjoy....and Go Cubs!
This episode, Tyler Wilson and Matthew Bane discuss farmers coming to the aid of one of their own, Trump's announcement for a 13 billion dollar package for farmers, and the social media platform, TikTok, facing a ban in the U.S.
Welcome to the return of the Film at Lincoln Center podcast! This Thursday, the New York Film Festival returns for a reimagined 58th edition that continues through October 11. This year’s festival offers the chance for moviegoers all around the country to experience the best in world cinema at drive-in screenings in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens as well as virtual screenings available nationwide. The New York Film Festival has always been about bringing the community together to celebrate cinema and, whether you are joining us in our Virtual Cinema or at one of our drive-in venues, on behalf of everyone at Film at Lincoln Center we want to thank you for being a part of this historic edition. Learn more about the festival and purchase tickets here: https://www.filmlinc.org/nyff To celebrate the launch of this year’s festival, we are kicking off our series of free talks with a special preview from the 58th New York Film Festival programming team. Programmers Devika Girish and Maddie Whittle led a discussion with Eugene Hernandez, Dennis Lim, Florence Almozini, Rachel Rosen, Aily Nash, Tyler Wilson, and Dan Sullivan about curating the historic festival in an unprecedented year and the must-see films in this year’s lineup. As the festival continues, we’ll be sharing Q&As and talks timed with our drive-in and virtual premieres, so whether you are on your way home from the drive in, or sitting on your couch, you’ll be able to hear from filmmakers from around the world about their latest work. To kick off the festivities, enjoy this overview from our programming team.
In this episode, Tyler Wilson and Matthew Bane speak with Bob Smathers of the Idaho Farm Bureau. Bob worked for 20 years in the ag department at the University of Idaho before being a Farm Bureau representative in the northern Idaho region. We talked about Farm Bureau history and policy as well as what makes Idaho and western agriculture unique.