A Good Me, Major Tragedy (The Golden Globes), The Rainbow Room Audience (First Responders), Tina and Amy (Who was Where/No Difference), Don’t Ever Do That Again, Chadwick Bozeman Wins (for dying), Jason Sudekis (Put a Shirt On), and Catherine O’Hara’s husband is a dick. Also: A Red Carpet with No Carpet, Karamo has word problems, Hobnoshing, Carey Mulligan, Promising Young Woman (See it), Nomadland (again), Sean Penn has begun his journey, Cynthia Erivo (SCUBA DRESS), Bridgerton (meh), Your Honor (!), Rewatching The Wire, Really Bad Speeches, Jodie Foster given an award by her Not Bestie (Jamie Lee Curtis), Tea, and Tracy Morgan is missing a gear or two.
1. Tracy Morgan (2014)2. Show Opening (2014)3. Backstreet Boy A.J. McLean (2014)4. Ben Affleck Rotten Tomatoes Game (2016)Hosted by Chris Laxamana and Giovanni GiorgioSupport the show:Visit TommyJohn.com/ClassicsVisit Geico.comVisit MadisonReedMr.com and use code Adam10Visit Lifelock.com and use promo code AdamVisit Meater.com and use code CarollaRequest clips:Classics@adamcarolla.comTWITTER:https://twitter.com/chrislaxamanaINSTAGRAM:http://instagram.com/chrislaxamana1 https://instagram.com/giovannigiorgioWebsite: https://www.podcastone.com/carolla-classicsApple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/carolla-classics/id1454001697?mt=2
Tracy Morgan is a proud dad, US Navy veteran, a stage 4 prostate cancer survivor, and strong advocate for men’s health. Tracy is the founder of Mohawk Mission, which calls on men to screen for prostate cancer. He is also a volunteer, advocate, and fundraiser for ZERO: The End of Prostate Cancer. Tracy is also a leader in the Man Up to Cancer community, and I’m proud to call him a friend.
Productivity Hacks: How to Get More Done in Less Time Homeschool CEO Style with Tracy Morgan
The HomeSchool CEO
Last week’s episode was so good that we decided to make a part 2! If you haven’t had a chance to listen to last week’s episode yet, check it out here. It’s the precursor to today’s episode. Last week, Tracy Morgan, a mom of two boys, a Productivity Consultant and Behavior Change Coach, talked to us about values-based productivity and learning how to reframe our thoughts about productivity and time management. This week, she’s back with part 2 to teach us practical ways to get more done in less time Homeschool CEO style. This episode was recorded alongside the Homeschool CEO Society members during one of our weekly training calls. Tracy’s golden nuggets of wisdom on productivity are so good that I decided to share all of them with you too. She talks to us about working with our energy levels, the different productivity styles, how to identify them for ourselves and our kids, plus practical tips on how to merge them for homeschool and business success. If you want practical tips on how to successfully manage it all as a mom and business owner and have time for what matters most, this episode is full of tips that will be sure to help you out. In This Episode, You’ll Discover: practical tips on what we can do to be more present as moms and business owners what values-based productivity means and how to implement it as a mom and entrepreneur how to work within our energy levels for us and our kids how figuring out our kids' natural rhythms can help with homeschooling success how to balance positive and negative energies for yourself and your kids what the 4 different productivity styles are how to identify our own productivity style as well as our kids' how you can use your and your kids' productivity styles to be more productive in homeschooling and business what to do if your productivity style doesn't match with your spouse’s, kids’, or employees’ What Tracy's Design a Better Day coaching program is all about and how you can sign up for it Tracy’s tips on productivity are so good! Prior to talking to her, I didn’t even think about how my productivity style could be different from my kids’ and that it’s possible to find a way to compromise and make that work. She shows us that there are ways to get more done in less time. We just need to take the time to understand what we value most and reframe our thinking on productivity and managing our time. Where to Find Tracy: www.tracylynnmorgan.com Find Tracy on Instagram Find Tracy on Facebook Well-Planned Week – A Starter Kit The Essential List – Pocket Guide Design a Better Day Course Additional Resources: Subscribe to the Podcast Follow Homeschool CEO on Instagram Follow Homeschool CEO on Facebook Be Part of the Homeschool CEO community on Facebook Follow Homeschool CEO on Pinterest
Get More Done, Ditch Mom Guilt, and Focus on What Matters with Tracy Morgan
The HomeSchool CEO
Want to know the secret to successfully integrating motherhood, business, homeschooling without feeling guilty on how you spend your time? Tracy Morgan, a mom of two boys, a Productivity Consultant and Behavior Change Coach, talks to us on the podcast today and she’s on a mission to ensure that purpose-driven moms never have to say “I don’t have time for what matters.” Tracy says that it all starts with reframing your thoughts about productivity and time management and learning to connect who you are (CEO mindset) with what’s important (results & experiences) and bringing that into your day (actions). She also shares what value-based productivity is, how it helps moms deal with mom guilt and even teaches our kids the skills they need to excel. Learn how to cut through the daily clutter, focus on the essential and make steady progress toward better days and bigger dreams with today’s episode. In This Episode, You’ll Discover: how Tracy's business started after a lightbulb moment when she realized that the life she wanted no longer synced with her new life as a mom how she used the skills she had learned over the years in the corporate world to start her business how being productive should first start with reframing how you see productivity and time management why you should start by knowing what you value in your life in order to know when to say "no" and when to say "yes" what value-based productivity is and how it helps moms deal with mom guilt why it's important to consider the different roles you have, connect who you are to what's important, and bring that into your day how teaching value-based productivity helps our kids be able to navigate the world, develop, and excel why it's important for moms to understand who they are and how that impacts their children Tracy's advice for overwhelmed moms I think that today’s discussion is so important. Moms need to learn that they can find time to do what matters most. They just need to reframe their mindset about productivity so that they can enjoy being in the moment whether they’re spending time with family or running their business. Where to Find Tracy: www.tracylynnmorgan.com Find Tracy on Instagram Find Tracy on Facebook Well-Planned Week – A Starter Kit The Essential List – Pocket Guide Additional Resources: Subscribe to the Podcast Follow Homeschool CEO on Instagram Follow Homeschool CEO on Facebook Be Part of the Homeschool CEO community on Facebook Follow Homeschool CEO on Pinterest
Do you feel like sometimes you are too busy but actually not getting anything done you really want to?? This episode is full of golden nuggets about how to get productivity and feel less busy. I got to chat with Tracy Morgan who helps busy parents, cut out the clutter, focus on the essential and make steady progress toward better days and bigger dreams. She talks a lot about understanding your purpose in your day and creating an essential list to focus on the things that matter most. She reminds us to find the space for difference makers and not busy makers. Take a listen for some actionable tips to help you get your time more organized and to feel more productive and meaningful in your day to day. More about Tracy: Download her free guide-“The Essential List: A Pocket Guide.”: https://tracylynnmorgan.kartra.com/page/DailyEssentialListSignUp Website-tracylynnmorgan.com Instagram-@tracylynnmorgan
Episode 483: Tracy Morgan. Occupational Therapy & Early Psychosis
The Trauma Therapist
Tracy Morgan is a breath of fresh air. Tracy is an occupational therapist with 15 years experience, practicing for the last 10 in early intervention in psychosis in the UK Midlands. In this interview you can hear the passion Tracy has for her work and the clients she helps who are experiencing early symptoms of psychosis. Tracy has experienced fairly significant trauma herself and now she works with young people experiencing first episode psychosis.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-trauma-therapist-podcast-with-guy-macpherson-phd-inspiring-interviews-with-thought-leaders-in-the-field-of-trauma/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
Episode 33: The Fighting Joe Judges feat. Tracy Morgan
Blue Rush: A NY Giants Football Podcast from NY Post Sports
Paul Schwartz and Lawrence Tynes open up a new season of the podcast getting into GM Dave Gettleman's comments to the media Wednesday about the "Fighting Joe Judges." The guys discuss what that exactly means, Judge's hard-nosed approach and him rolling in the mud. They then get into signing Logan Ryan and what it means for the defense and then Tynes analyzes his fellow Scottish kicker Graham Gano. Producer Jake Brown then reads off questions for Tynes from Twitter in the "You Got Mail" segment. Tynes and Jake then interview rabid Giants fan and legendary comedian Tracy Morgan. The actor and comedian talks about his Giants fanhood, watching Tynes kick them to the Super Bowl, expectations for the team this season and thoughts on Judge. Morgan also talks about working with Eddie Murphy in the new "Coming 2 America" movie, ups and downs in his life, Eli Manning's legacy and his comedy mentor.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.