JMart and Ramon 8-26-21 Hour Three: Michael McCarthy, Birthdays!
Michael McCarthy of Front Office Sports explains Max Kellerman’s imminent departure from “First Take”, Rachel Nichols being on her way out at ESPN, and more. Also, Ramon does (very slightly) better in this edition of “Celebrity Birthdays”.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael McCarthy is a serial entrepreneur. His journey started at the age of sixteen when he sold paper and was able to finance his entire four years of college at the New York University within the first three weeks of business. Since then Michael McCarthy was able to successfully build up six startups and earned several other accomplishments: - #1 stock market timer in the world (1994 - 2004), managing $250 million for approximately 1200 clients - Publishing 2 books: “How to Sell (Even when you don’t want to)” & “Power Public Speaking: Harness Your Fear” - Finalist Mentor for the Hult Prize - Professor at the Harvard Extensions School & the Hult International Business School Together we discuss his genesis, blockchain, bad and good choices as well as happiness on a scientific and philosophical level!
2.0L Spyder, 2.8 seconds, Ken Block and Michael McCarthy | 127
P-Car Talk Podcast
Looks like a new Spyder variant might be available world wide. Will this dilute the current Spyder offering? The new 992 GT3 is getting tested by journalist and they're seeing better than stated numbers. Ken Block is doing something cool with his safari. Then we wrap up with Michael McCarthy driver of the #7 Racing for Children's 991.2 Cup car in the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA by Yokohama and his dad Greg who has a special car on order. This episode is supported by JRZ Suspension
Steve interviews Sal Iacano (00:09:36) from Jimmy Kimmel Live. Sal joins to talk about his new book and explains why he decided to write it now. Sal also talks about being in the most famous Fantasy Football league (and getting kicked out of it), doing podcasts with out old friend Dameshek, and the insanity that was the first few months of Jimmy Kimmel Live. Also, Michael McCarthy (00:43:04) from Front Office Sports returns to talk about sports media. Michael talks about the terrible Super Bowl ratings, Phil Mickelson's life after golf, and the upcoming television rights deals for the NFL and NHL. Michael also talks about breaking the story about Jason Whitlock leaving Outkick, alternative sports media becoming political, and the future of this kind of content and the impact it will have on sports media. Steve starts the show complaining about the lifeless Buffalo Sabres. The book club is still quiet. OLT ends the show with Steve remembering his grandmother on what would have been her 92nd birthday. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_castersEmail: email@example.com
Michael McCarthy is back to tell us the story about how being on this podcast landed him a job, I KNOW RIGHT!!??? We also talk food, cars, rallies and Rupes machines.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/detailsolutionspodcast/support
The Coronavirus Pandemic and the Invisibility of Nature – Michael McCarthy
Emergence Magazine Podcast
Just as modern science is catching up to the ancient understanding of our deep emotional and physiological relationship to the living world, the twin forces of urbanization and technological advancement are pulling our bodies and our attention away from the elements and rhythms of nature that are so essential to our well-being.In this narrated essay, naturalist Michael McCarthy explores the ways in which the “anthropause” ushered in by the coronavirus has—on an unprecedented scale—made nature visible again, even as the world’s growing cities increasingly sever humanity from the living world. “Perhaps the most significant way of all in which nature has come back to us during the pandemic,” he says, “is that people turned to it themselves.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
AL is joined by local hero Michael McCarthy. When Michael was young he was in a terrible accident which changed his life forever. Michael had to learn to walk again through gritted teeth and shear bravery. While some people may have given up Michael has lived his life with a purpose. Mountain climbing in Kenya, running The Great North Run twice, The London Marathon, winning Olympic gold medals, writing children's books and cycling double figure distances everyday, all while raising money for charity are reasons why my guest is as heroic as they come. "What a lovely guy Michael is, surrounded by a fantastically supportive family too. After I recorded this episode I had to gather my thoughts because Michael just blew my mind, actually leaving me feeling emotional. I'm a huge fan Michael!"
Another family member of Connor's joins the podcast list with Mikey, the absolute gamer he is speaks on topics such as Travis Scott burgers and the PS5. Mikey: https://www.instagram.com/michaelmccarthy/ Alex: https://www.instagram.com/alex1702/ Connor: https://www.instagram.com/connorbrace/