Mully & Haugh: Bulls talk, Shannon Ryan interview (Hour 3)
Mully & Haugh Show
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed the potential moves the Bulls could make ahead of the NBA trade deadline on Thursday afternoon. Later, Shannon Ryan of the Chicago Tribune joined the show to preview the Loyola-Oregon State matchup in the Sweet 16 on Saturday.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the final hour, Dan Bernstein was joined by Shannon Ryan of the Chicago Tribune to discuss the challenges that universities face with controlling the spread of COVID-19 across campus. Later, Rich Lerner of the Golf Channel joined the show to preview the BMW Championship on the PGA Tour this week.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
2nd City Sports: Hawks Playoff Talk and College Changes feat. Pat Boyle and Shannon Ryan
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Lakeena and Sid are back and speaking with NBC Sports Chicago Blackhawks pre-and-post hame host Pat Boyle to preview Game 3 of the Hawks series with Las Vegas -- do the Hawks still have a chance to make an upset? Plus, Chicago Tribune college football and college hoops reporter Shannon Ryan talks about the Big Ten and Pac 12 postponing their seasons, how and if college sports can survive this pandemic, Illinois and DePaul hoops and more! Now you can listen to new episodes of 2CS each Saturday and Tuesday on WARR on Anchor. Subscribe to WARR on Anchor and follow WARR for all the latest on our movement and stay tuned for upcoming episodes and specials from your guys. Weareregalradio.com provides the best independent coverage of sports and culture -- feel free to share our content and rate us well here or wherever else you find our podcasts. Thanks for listening. twitter.com/regalradio1 facebook.com/regalradio1 instagram.com/weareregalradio--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warrmedia/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warrmedia/support
Mike Carpenter talks to Shannon Ryan (Chicago Tribune) about Illini linebacker Milo Eifler's comments on player safety, COVID-19's effects on college sports, students speaking out, and the importance of journalism.
In hour one of the show you hear from Illinois linebacker Milo Eifler following his tweets about health concerns he and his teammates share for the upcoming season. Then, Shannon Ryan joins the show to break that down even further with Jeremy.
Shannon's background in combat sports began in WAKO Kickboxing when she started training in her dad's kickboxing club at a very young age. After many years of training and success, she tried her hand at Olympic style Taekwon-Do, getting selected as a member of Team GB. After her short stint there she has now transitioned to Boxing, where she has had a lot of success in a short space of time. She is an Alliance Champion, a Women's Boxing Cup Champion and a London Championships silver medalist. Today I chat to Shannon about her journey through a number of sports, balancing a full time job with training as well as her plans and goals for the future.
Shannon Ryan on The Heavy Purse Shannon and I are kindred spirits -- her father taught her some valuable financial lessons at the age of 13 and those lessons instilled a passion in her to teach others money for the rest of her life. As the author of The Heavy Purse, a book for kids, a blog, and the host of a new podcast called Financially Sound, Shannon spends her days as a Certified Financial Planner helping individuals reach their own version of financial freedom. On the podcast, Shannon talks about her dad and his influence on her life. He was a surgeon who was very analytical in his job, yet had a very high EQ and wanted to make sure Shannon made decisions that she felt good about. To him, it was about living life according to core values, something he passed to Shannon. Around 12:00, Shannon talks about making a shift from working for a big corporation to buying a financial planning firm and deciding how her values would shape her new business. Her two books, The Heavy Purse and The Lemonade Stand, she wrote as picture books to help teach kids financial lessons before bed or in the nooks and crannies of the day. At the 17:00 mark, Shannon relays a story about her daughter planning her own birthday party, doing it with absolute joy, and learning some valuable money lessons along the way. Her daughters are responsible for buying their own clothes and school supplies (allowance provided), but the lessons Shannon relays along the way are priceless. Shannon’s clients hear something from her regularly and that is to spend money joyously. To do so, we must understand what is most important to us, what we value, and what may be standing in our way. (23:00) “Robo-advisors” are good, according to Shannon, but it misses the mark on what’s important to you about your money. This is why it’s important to work with an advisor. A great discussion at the end of the podcast popped up about raising kids intelligently about money. Shannon is dialed in with the lessons she’s teaching her daughters and WE could learn a lot from her! Books recommended by Shannon: Man’s Search For Meaning by Victor Frankl The Untethered Soul The Girl on The Train To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee I hope you enjoy Shannon’s interview as much as I enjoyed interviewing her!!