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The Auckland Mayoral Election w/ Newsroom's Tim Murphy: August 31, 2022

95bFM

In just over two weeks, ballots will be sent out to households around Auckland to vote in this year's Mayoral election. With political veteran Phil Goff calling it a day, over twenty candidates are vying for Auckland’s highest political seat. To discuss the happenings in the Auckland Mayoral Campaign and what young people should be paying attention to this election cycle, Emilia spoke to Newsroom Co-Editor Tim Murphy. Tim will be MCing the Make Me Mayor debate at the University next Thursday the 8th of September. 

30 Aug 2022

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Leadership Conversation - Episode 207 with Tim Murphy

Leadership Conversations

Name: Tim MurphyCurrent title : Chief Executive OfficerCurrent organisation: Boomers ParksEntrepreneurial and strategic C-Level executive & Board Director with 30+ years of leadership creating strong teams & culture to improve performance and turnaround companies needing significant growth, cost savings, and innovative new ideas.Strategic executive with 30+ years of international experience as CEO, President, COO, CFO and Advisor to 150+ brands with 10K+ locations, improving performance of entertainment, restaurants, food & beverages, retail, and other industries.Concurrently, work in family entertainment for two private equity firms: 1) Cerberus, operating CEO (North America), and 2) The Carlyle Group, Board Director (Latin America).Expert at leading turnarounds, improving profitability, creating new revenues, and negotiating acquisitions. Successful charismatic hands-on leader providing face to public focused on results, maximizing CAPEX, improving corporate culture, and building strong teams with core values, vision, expectations, exceptional guest service and innovative risk taking.Resources mentioned in this episode:Free Download of The Leadership Survival Guide (10 World-Class Leaders Reveal Their Secrets)https://store.consultclarity.org/lead...The Leadership Conversations Podcasthttps://open.spotify.com/show/4IB6V41...The Jonno White Leadership Podcasthttps://open.spotify.com/show/2p8rvWr...The Leadership Question of the Day Podcasthttps://open.spotify.com/show/6eZ4lZ2...Clarity Websitehttps://www.consultclarity.org/7 Questions on Leadership Serieshttps://www.consultclarity.org/large-...We'd Love To Interview YOU In Our 7 Questions On Leadership Series!https://www.consultclarity.org/7-ques...Subscribe To Clarity's Mailing Listhttps://www.consultclarity.org/subscribeJonno White's eBook Step Up or Step Outhttps://store.consultclarity.org/step...Jonno White's Book Step Up or Step Out (Amazon)https://www.amazon.com/Step-Up-Out-Di...

58mins

16 Aug 2022

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The New England Football Show: Presented By Mortgage Right: Tim Murphy, Head Football Coach, Harvard University

The New England Football Show

Harvard Head Football Coach Tim Murphy joins the show this week. Coach Murphy will talk about his coaching career, tenure at Harvard and what makes the school so special. He also talks about what it means to play in the Ivy League and what he and his staff look for when recruiting players. If you are a Crimson fan or alumni, this is the interview for you.

50mins

7 Jul 2022

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Quality Experiences with Tim Murphy

GuestX Podcast

Tim Murphy, the CEO of Boomers Parks joins us this week on GuestX. Tim shares his knowledge from his experience in the hospitality and family entertainment industry. Tim stresses the importance of quality service and conditions, which cultivates a quality experience that guests want to enjoy longer, which keeps them returning in the future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

36mins

8 Jun 2022

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Overhauling the Guest Experience (Tim Murphy - Boomers Parks)

The Guest Experience Show

Tim Murphy is the CEO of Boomers Parks, a chain of Family Entertainment Centers and water parks in Florida, California, and New Jersey. In this interview, Tim shares with us how investments in the guest experience have resulted in a shift in guest demographics, which has led to a significant increase in spending, length of stay, and satisfaction. These updates include creating comfortable environments for guests, both indoors and outdoors, removing and revamping season pass programs, overhauling the food & beverage menu at each park, and taking the concept of cabanas from their water parks and offering a similar amenity in the FEC’s. Tim shares the importance of knowing who your guest is, and not being afraid to fire the wrong guest if they do not align with the market you are looking to serve.

34mins

11 May 2022

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Ep. 5 - Tim Murphy

Sweatpants & Neckties

NEW BRANCH ALERT! Today James sits down with new Branch Manager, Tim Murphy, to talk about his career, ambitions, mindset and what he is bringing to InterLinc.  Tim is based out of Waldorf, Maryland and has over 30 years of experience in the mortgage industry. We are excited to have him in the InterLinc family. Welcome home Murphy group!

24mins

1 Oct 2021

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#5 Tim Murphy: The Electric Boy

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Nowadays, much like on Isla Nublar, electricity matters! When the lights go out and the dinos roam free, the only thing that saves young Tim Murphy is the brains, brawns, and electrical understanding of Dr. Alan Grant.Topics IncludeLiterary discoveries of a bygone ageCharge, current, and zapsElectric fence theory and applicationThe best looking Jurassic Park characterBest practices when confronted with lightning strikesHomogenous vs homogenousAll those videos of flowing but not flowing waterOur #1 fan: Ian's grandmaTweet at us! @PodcastFrames"Black Vortex" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

28mins

17 Sep 2021

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Tim Murphy Has Served Over 150 Brands in 10,000 Different Locations

Action and Ambition

Welcome to another episode of Action and Ambition. CEO of APX Operating Company LLC (dba) Boomer Parks, Tim Murphy, joins us on the show. Boomer Parks is one of the largest owners of Family Entertainment Centers, operating five Boomers in California and Florida, SpeedZone Los Angeles, Big Kahuna’s Water Park in Florida, and Sahara Sam’s Oasis Water Park in New Jersey. With over a decade of career experience, he has served and worked for more than 150 brands in different location holding positions as CEO, President, COO, CFO, Consulting etc. in the fields of entertainment, restaurant, food & beverage, and other hospitality industries. Sit down and relax, listen and get the ultimate inspiration from this episode!

42mins

18 Jun 2021

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31:The Shotgun Double Wing - Tim Murphy - Clayton Valley Charter HS (CA)

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Sponsors Alex Kirby - http://throwdeeppublishing.com/CBFootball Affiliates Kenny Simpson - https://FBCoachSimpson.com?aff=5 0:40 Background 4:55 Transitioning to Gun DBL Wing 12:25 Flipping OL 14:15 Defenses vs DBL Wing 18:10 Typical Week & Practice 21:10 Practice Efficiency 22:55 Drill Priorities & OL EDDs 25:50 Install Progression 28:20 Selling Offense to Youth & Community 31:40 Hiccups Installing Gun DBL Wing 35:00 Spreading Out Affects Power?? 37:40 Blocking Progression 42:05 Advice on Installing Gun DBL Wing 43:35  Murphys Website/Sponsors/Affiliates   Tim Murphy Head Coach Clayton Valley Charter HS (CA)   Website: coachtimmurphy.com Twitter: @coachmurphsturf--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nicholas-bandstra/support

45mins

29 Apr 2021

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692: Betting on Your Future | Tim Murphy, CFO, REPAY

CFO THOUGHT LEADER

In 2008, as the subprime mortgage crisis began turning the Street’s brash dealmakers into a squeamish clan of risk-averse bankers, Tim Murphy, an associate at Credit Suisse, decided that it was time to try some slots. Lots of them. “I took a gamble in the casino space—it was probably one of the best decisions that I have made in my career and one the best decisions that we have made as a family,” explains the finance leader, who accepted a director of finance position with Cadillac Jack, a fast-growing slot machine manufacturing company based in Georgia.   At the time, Murphy’s wife (the couple had met at business school) was working for The Coca Cola Company in Atlanta, a factor that the finance executive says helped to hedge his career bet. “I had opportunities to join investment banks in Atlanta and other large organizations, but we made a conscious decision that given the fact that she had a job at a very large and stable company, I could take a gamble with mine,” says Murphy. Also influencing Murphy’s decision was the understanding that he would be reporting directly to the CEO, a former investment banker whom Murphy characterizes as a “hard charger.” Besides helping Cadillac Jack to navigate gaming’s unique compliance highway, Murphy focused on finding ways to grow the business and make it more profitable. “In about 3 years, we got to the point where we were comfortable with the business and began looking for an exit,” recalls Murphy, who began initiating discussions with potential buyers and lending partners. Ultimately, Cadillac Jack was sold to Canadian gaming company Amaya for $167 million. “It was just great experience for me in leading up to becoming a CFO,” says Murphy, who would join Amaya as director of corporate development, where for roughly a year he scouted out new purchases and divestitures for the publicly held firm before entering the CFO office of Atlanta-based REPAY, a publicly traded payment processing company. “I joined REPAY in January 2014 just after the firm had taken in its first institutional private equity capital—prior to that, it had used really just family and friends’ capital,” continues Murphy, who over the past 7 years has helped the firm to unlock both private and public investment capital as it uncovered new avenues for growth. Among REPAY’s transaction milestones was the sale of a controlling interest in the company to Corsair Capital in 2016 and a subsequent public offering executed via a SPAC business combination. “Corsair was able to get a lot of liquidity at the closing of the business combination with the SPAC, and they have since fully exited the business at a much higher stock price than what it was when they entered,” notes Murphy, who adds that to date REPAY has leveraged its access to the public markets to help execute five acquisitions, helping the firm to expand into a number of new verticals.  –Jack Sweeney Leave rating & review  Signup for our Newsletter GET MORE: Order now The CFO Yearbook, 2021 

40mins

18 Apr 2021

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