Rich kicks off the hour recapping the 49ers’ eventful pre-Draft press conference where Niners head coach Kyle Shanahan appeared to be sipping heavily from a bottle of truth serum which lead to one of the all-time classic NFL sound bites.NFL Network Analyst Steve Smith Sr. tells Rich why 166-pound Heisman Trophy winner DeVonta Smith could struggle in the NFL against bigger and stronger DB’s, why strength is often just as important for speed when it comes to wide receivers, why LSU’s Ja’Marr Chase is “fantastic” but the Bengals should still pass in him at #5, why a TE (Kyle Pitts) is the best receiver in the draft, and why the Falcons should get their QB of the future sooner rather than later, and why he hilariously refers to Ryan Fitzpatrick as “The Minivan.”And make sure you check out Rich's other podcast: Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
4.23.21 Hour 3- Steve Smith Sr, Smith's Comments, Wizards
BMitch & Finlay
5:30- Steve Smith Sr. joins the show to talk about the upcoming NFL Draft and the wide receiver class. 27:50- The guys talk about Smith's comments and breakdown his analysis. 35:10- BMitch and Chris Miles talk about the Wizards and their chances of making the playoffs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Episode #148 of Wesam’s World, we are joined by Wesam’s acting manager Steve Smith! This is a very special and informative episode for anyone new to the acting industry or to anyone who wants to know what it’s like auditioning and booking a role as an actor. You won’t wanna miss out on this […]
Season 9, Ep 16: One of the more pointless furores of our time must be about Steve Smith scraping his foot on the pitch in the Sydney Test. On this week's show we go into the detail of that one which has been mostly overlooked. We also look at Tim Paine's apology for losing his cool, racism from the SCG stands, and England's upcoming Test series in Sri Lanka. Plus some Nerd Pledge and a very unexpected Super Performer of the Week. Your Nerd Pledge numbers:3.41 – Oliver Grünler4.76 – Paul Cherry Send us a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalword Find previous episodes at finalwordcricket.com Pick up The Golden Summer with a £3 discount with the code GOLDTFW Or get a discount Wisden Cricket Monthly subscription at bit.ly/wcmtfw Check out CBUS Super at https://www.cbussuper.com.au/thefinalwordGet Geoff’s new book, The Comeback Summer The Final Word is part of the Bad Producer Podcast Network Title track by Urthboy Support the show: https://patreon.com/thefinalwordSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Cricket Collective - Sledging, Steve Smith and Sri Lanka!
Following On Cricket Podcast
Jon Norman and double Ashes winner Steve Harmison review the week's action. They hear from the England all-rounder Chris Woakes, whilst Jarrod Kimber discusses yet another eventful week for the Australian Cricket team. Andrew Fernando also joins us to preview England's two-Test series with Sri Lanka, starting this week.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
COVID has created challenges for leaders across the country as they deal with the impact of the pandemic on their colleagues, members, and finances. Communication amid crisis can require different tools and techniques. Empathy, clarity, and candor are what people want and need. So what happens when key staff members are affected by COVID? Steve Smith, CEO of Association Management Center (AMC) and co-host of Conversations by Association—despite taking all the precautions necessary—tested positive for the virus in early October 2020. While remote work, client conferences, onsite protocols, and other plans were in place—this was unexpected. Learn how Steve shared his story with coworkers and in the process, created new, authentic connections and identified important lessons regarding crisis planning and business continuity. Check Out the Video Recording of This Episode Steve R. Smith, MS CAE FAAMSE Steve Smith, MS CAE FAAMSE, became AMC’s CEO in April 2020. Prior to stepping into his role, Steve served as a vice president of client relations on AMC’s Leadership Team and as CEO for the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM), AMC’s largest association partner. In his role with AAHPM, Steve led a team of nearly 20 professionals who helped the Academy achieve more than a decade of unprecedented growth and development. With a strong foundation to build on, Steve is excited to lead AMC through a new period of growth and transition that will be fueled by our association partners’ needs and the creativity of our staff. Steve is passionate about developing and leveraging AMC’s strength, which has always been its staff, to help clients achieve their missions. He knows that tapping into strengths helps people bring their best selves to the work they’re doing, which leads to better and more meaningful outcomes. Steve relies on his own strengths—including strategy, communication and positivity—to ensure that AMC staff and the volunteer leaders of AMC’s partner organizations are well supported so they can achieve their missions. Steve believes in AMC’s mission and the missions of AMC’s client partners, which include more than 25 professional societies—primarily healthcare, medical, and scientific associations. In his role, Steve strives to be visible, accessible, and engaged with each client partner in a way that is comfortable and meaningful to them. Steve’s lifelong passion for healthcare and aging led him to his career in association management. His interest in healthcare started early in life while he was visiting aging family members and developing intergenerational programs for students and nursing home residents in high school and college. He translated this passion into a lifelong career of serving associations who support those who are aging, their families, and other vulnerable populations seeking access to quality health care. “I am grateful to work with association leaders and professionals who care deeply about their work and each other,” Steve notes. “It’s an incredible and powerful partnership.” Steve earned his bachelor’s in public relations with a minor in gerontology before obtaining a master’s in organizational communication and aging (gerontology). He worked for the Alzheimer’s Association National Office and the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation before joining AMC in 2007.
Happiness - Steve Smith, 2020 NewClub Points Leader
The Bag Drop: Untold Stories in Golf
Steve Smith, co-owner of Smith Devereaux wines, music manager, and current 2020 NewClub championship points leader joins the Bag Drop for this week’s episode in our member series.Thanks to this episode’s sponsor, Half Day CBD, and their excellent line of CBD products. https://www.newclub.golf/halfdayNewClub Golf Societyhttps://www.newclub.golf
📞 HOWIE GAMES HOTLINE 🔥 - Be a part of the Howie Games! ☎️ 0434-694-301 ☎️ This is something new....If you've got a question - any question - you'd like answered and you want to be a part of the show, now's your chance because the Howie Games Hotline is OPEN! You can ring & leave a message at the tone, or even better record a message and send it via text or WhatsApp. Remember to start with your name and where you're listening from, and I'll play your message in an upcoming ep. Looking forward to seeing how we go with this one gurus! 🤙 ☎️ 0434-694-301 ☎️ #TheHowieGames | Steve Smith is a once in a generation cricketer. One of the greatest batsmen the game has ever seen. Steve is also a wonderful fella. This ep covers Smithy's early days in the nets with his Dad, the international stage, believing in your game, the passing of his great mate Phillip Hughes, an in-depth discussion on batting, the toughest of times, Joffra and The Ashes and the work Steve is doing with Gus Worland and Gotcha For Life in trying to help prevent youth suicide. The video Gus and Steve have made for schools mentioned in the ep can be found here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eSz9yZK7Hw ❤️See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.