Who Was Pro HOF Player Jimmy Johnson? We also cover Ed Marinaro and Bob Anderson too!
Pigskin Daily History Dispatch
Here are some of the headlines we hit on in this episode: We tell the stories of Hall of Fame birthday celebrators Ed Marinaro, Bob Anderson and Jimmy Johnson the Defensive back!Come join us at the Pigskin Dispatch website to see even more Positive football news! Sign up to get daily football history headlines in your email inbox @ Email-subscriberWe also feature great music by Mike and Gene Monroe along with Jason Neff & great graphics from time to time from the folks at Gridiron-Uniform Database.Want more Sports History delivered to your ears, come see this podcast and many more at the Sports History Network - The Headquarters of Sports' Yesteryear!We would like to thank the National Football Foundation, Pro Football Hall of Fame, On this day.com and Pro Football Reference Websites for the information shared with you today.
Bob Anderson is chair of the department of Geological Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder. He is a geomorphologist who has studied many diverse aspects of the landscape, focusing recently on Alpine and Arctic landscapes in which ice plays a prominent role. It was his sense of awe and aesthetic appreciation of patterns in nature that drew him into the field. In the podcast he uses the Sierras as a classic example of how the nature of the bedrock shapes landscape, and explains how the use of cosmogenic radionuclides has revolutionized our ability to uncover the timing of the processes shaping the Earth’s surface. Bob Anderson is also an accomplished photographer. Go to geologybites.com to see some of his pictures as well as other images that illustrate the material he talks about.
#103 Arrogance: Triggers, Awareness, & Responsibility with Bob Anderson
Have you ever come across an arrogant leader? I bet everyone has come across at least 1 arrogant leader. I have come across many in my years as a Transformation coach, working with many high level executives in organization. But, have you ever taken the time to turn around and examine your own arrogance? What would you find if you asked yourself why that leader’s arrogance bothers you? We will always have arrogance to deal with, but the most important piece of this is to recognize what triggers you and how you can better deal with the arrogance. Once you know why arrogance irritates you, you’ll be better equipped to name it and move forward. Listen to this interview with Bob Anderson where we dive into specific examples of arrogance.Key Points from this Episode:It is easy to spot arrogance in others around us but more importantly arrogance needs to be identified within us. Instead of placing blame on others, first look at yourself and see what you find in yourself.We can feel vulnerable in work environments. As much as we want to feel like we are equal to or have the same amount of power as another, the truth is we all have different amounts of power at work. We attach many things to our identity, our ego. We get validation from those around us which inforce how we think about ourselves. This has the potential to grow our arrogance.If you are curious about how you are showing up, go ask a few of your colleagues how they see you. You might be surprised to hear what you are telling those you work with, even just with your facial expressions!You never know someone’s story, where they came from and what they are dealing with. Remember compassion.There are no difficult people. They only exist because they raise a difficulty in ourselves.“It’s not who we are, it’s how we’re not who we are.” Get in the practice of asking yourself, “Am I part of the problem?”It is so easy to identify ourselves as our ideas or our title, and if those things are not accepted then we feel not accepted.Remember to be open and listen. Our life stories have developed us in a certain way. This is not a bad thing, but it is something that needs to be examined and looked at so that we can know why we behave the way we do.I hope you liked this episode! If you are curious about knowing how and why you behave the way you do, schedule some time with me! I love helping others get to the root of how they act and figuring out next steps to create the change you are wanting. Schedule a session with me here. About BobBob Anderson has been a pacesetter and thought leader in the field of Leadership Development for over 30 years. He is the Founder, Chairman and Chief Development Officer of The Leadership Circle and Full Circle Group. Bob has completed his second co-authored book "Scaling Leadership: Building Organizational Capability and Capacity to Create Outcomes that Matter Most." "Scaling Leadership" is an essential guide that offers senior leaders the information needed to develop conscious leadership at scale with their organization.
Ep 4 - Bob Anderson - Transforming into your Extraordinary Self
The xMonks Drive
Even under pressure when you know how to travel through the metamorphosis of your inner game, you can still achieve positive transformation, irrespective of the complexities and challenging environment around you. Bob Anderson who had worked with global leaders on a first name basis reveals what is true leadership and the structural mechanics that help you achieve transformation.
Self Kindness is Strength. It's the spring that can feed all the other wells. When we derive our actions from our thoughts, attending to our thoughts becomes...a no-brainer! Self Kindness is not some quaint feel-good act of selfishness, but rather, a driving force from systemic change! Bob Anderson has been a major player in the emotional intelligence movement, as a speaker, facilitator and business leader. From c-suite clients to top athletes, his message is both inspiring and backed by experience and data. Connect with Bob Anderson here: https://1herosports.com/Self Kindness Coaching is a multi-month, one-on-one coaching program, where I teach you the tools and methods to bring peace in your mind, so that you can live the best & most effective version of you. Goto PeteSibley.com/coaching for all the info!Instagram - @selfkindnesswithpeteAll Music by Anne & Pete Sibley - www.annenadpetesibley.com or can be found on iTunes, Spotify.
Today’s episode is the last of a 3 part series with Dr. Bob Anderson about ankle instability and his career journey. Dr. Anderson discusses his career journey from growing up in WI to becoming a team physician for the Green Bay Packers. Dr. Anderson also speaks to the future of treatment for the foot and ankle. If you have any questions for our guest or host please leave a comment on our social media platforms: Twitter: @BellinTitletown, Instagram: @bellinhealthtitletown, Facebook: @BellinHealthTitletownFor more information on Dr. Anderson please follow the link below:Robert B. Anderson, MD - Green, Bay, WI Sports Medicine -Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine and Orthopedics - Bellin Health
Today’s episode is an interview with Dr. Bob Anderson about Jones fractures. Dr. Anderson tries to simplify this commonly misunderstood foot injury. If you have any questions for our guest or host please leave a comment on our social media platforms: Twitter: @BellinTitletown, Instagram: @bellinhealthtitletown, Facebook: @BellinHealthTitletownFor more information on jones fracture please follow the link below: Jones fracture: Causes, symptoms, and treatment (medicalnewstoday.com)
Runner's World Founder: Bob Anderson - building a media empire, meeting his idols, and continuing to innovate
RaceMob - Running Together Podcast
We have an incredibly special treat for you guys today. Bob Anderson is the founder of Runner's World. Yup, that Runner's World. The incredibly popular magazine that Bob started while in high school. In today's conversation you'll learn about the state of running in the 1960s and how a high school kid was able to build one of the most popular magazines in the world. You'll learn about how Bob got to meet some of his idols, including Hal Higdon, Ted Corbitt, Billy Mills, Steve Prefontaine, and even Ronald Reagan. We get into the story of Bob's film, A Long Run, where he celebrated 50 years of running with an incredible challenge. The goal was to complete 50 races at a distance of 350 miles (563.27 km), and to average 7:00 per mile at the age of 64. I won't give away the ending, but you have to hear the stories behind the challenge. We get into the new type of racing that Bob has invented the double race. And we get to hear about the new training camps in Kenya, that Bob is building that you can take apart in. Finally, Bob has this incredible story of the Boston marathon because the one year that he got to run I was also the year of the bombing. Our full conversation with Bob was almost an hour and 45 minutes. And honestly we could have kept going. If you want to hear the full version, join our community at https://community.racemob.com. And you can hear all the bonus stories that we couldn't fit here.