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Dr. Fred Opie, UNPACKING HISTORY TO POSITIVELY IMPACT THE FUTURE
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Today show is a reboot of an interview with Rochester Native Danielle Spencer. Last month, Stanford University hired her away from Dartmouth as it new women’s lacrosse coach. Spencer had served as an Assistant coach at Stanford in 2012. Spencer had been at Dartmouth for three years. She earned Ivy League Coach of the Year in each of her final two seasons. This past season, Spencer guided Dartmouth to an Ivy League title and a NCAA post-season tournament appearance for the first time since 2013. She played collegiate lacrosse at Northwestern University where she earned All-American honors and three national championships. She unpacks the strategy that her staff uses to find talented players, why she thinks camps and clinics are a better return on investment for parents than club teams and tournaments and talks about the transition from player, to assist coach, to head coach, her definition of a great player, and a great coach, and some of the coaches she admires both in and outside of lacrosse. Spencer playing career continues as an outstanding player in professional women’s field lacrosse. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpieDanielle Spencer: https://gostanford.com/coaches.aspx?rc=3600&path=wlax
Cornell Alum and Hall of Famer Bob Rule is Native of Natick Massachusetts. Bob Rule left Massachusetts for Manhasset, New York as a high school sophomore where began playing lacrosse in 1964. He went on to play collegiate lacrosse at Cornell University for Hall Famer Richie Moreland then new Big Red Head Coach. Rule is the only player in Division I history to win national championships in two sports, lacrosse and hockey. Rule taught history and coach lacrosse with Hall of Famer Allan Lowe, at his amateur Manhasset High school for 40 years. I call Bob Rule the Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Willy Wonker of lacrosse for his contribution to lacrosse as an inventor of sticks and equipment. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Jim Brown Lacrosse Stories: http://www.fredopie.com/search?q=Jim+BrownAllan Lowe Oral History: http://www.fredopie.com/search?q=LoweSubscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpieRenzie Lamb Obituary: https://www.insidelacrosse.com/article/remembering-coaching-legend-renzie-lamb/53376
Chef Marcus Samuelsson

Chef Marcus Samuelsson

2019-06-2700:29:52

Marcus Samuelsson is a Chef, Entrepreneur, author, and media personality. Samuelsson owns and operates several restaurants in the United States and abroad. He resides in Harlem in close proximity to his restaurant The Red Rooster. Samuelsson is the host the PBS series No Passport Required. He talks about his training, mentors, and the importance of relationships. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpieMarcus Samuelsson https://marcussamuelsson.com/about/
Bill Stedman’s oral history and lacrosse journey provides hope for tweeners—someone who excels despite some obvious deficiencies. He shares the steps that made a difference in his life, the power of coaches, mentors, and goal setting. A graduate of Gettysburg College, Stedman served as has director of apparel for Nike as well as other major brands. He's married with children and lives in metropolitan Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpieBill Stedman: https://www.linkedin.com/in/billstedman2/Tweener Stories: http://www.fredopie.com/search?q=Tweener
This is rebroadcast of Henniger lacrosse alum Tim Clark's remarkable story of how he and three others rookies played on the 1980 New York State class A boys lacrosse championship team for Coach Tom Acee with just four months of lacrosse under their belts. Clark also talks about his official visits and playing for Hall of Famer Dave Urick at Hobart College. He also shares how his own experience has shaped the guidance he gives his own son as he selects the college as a prospective student-athlete. That’s today on the Fred Opie show. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpie
First up is author and speaker Jon Gordon on the power of positive dads. Jon who had two fathers and is now the father of two children (a college age daughter and son), is a prolific writer of books on culture and leadership. His most recent book is The Power of a Positive Team. Jon shares is work with coaches and players at in college and professional sports as well as industries and teams. I will provide more about him and his books in the show note. In part 2 we hear from Chrissy Schreiber. She is the head coach for the first Uganda Women’s U19 National team representing that Country in the 2019 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Games this August in Canada. Schreiber is an assistant lacrosse coach of St. Anthony’s High School on Long Island. Schreiber played at Rutgers University. Her father Doug is a University of Maryland Alum and Hall of Famer. Chrissy’s older brother Tom is a PLL player, 2018 US National team selection, and on track to be become a Hall of Famer. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpieI Give A Buck Tuesday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4wObO8h10k&feature=youtu.beJon Gordon: http://www.jongordon.com/Chrissy Schreiber: https://ugandalacrosse.org/u19-head-coach/Gordon Corsetti on Copying with Anxiety: http://www.fredopie.com/sports/2018/12/20/part-1-hall-of-famer-kevin-alexander-part-2-gordon-corsetti-understanding-depression?rq=gordan
A native of Hunt Valley, Maryland, Princeton University Alum Ryan Boyle is a 2019 inductee into the National Lacrosse Hall of Famer. He is one of the all-time scoring leaders in Princeton lacrosse history, earned All Star honors as professional player, and was three time US National team selection. Boyle is the Cofounder of Trilogy Lacrosse and an ESPN lacrosse analyst. We unpack his oral history and lacrosse journey today on The Fred Opie Show. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpieGoing to College Debt Free: https://www.anthonyoneal.com/articlesRyan Boyle and Trilogy Lacrosse: https://trilogylacrosse.com/about-us
Part 2 of Joint Genius, Darrell Jones talks about culinary techniques, prison chefs, food purveyors, inventors, electricians, fix-it folks, tinkerers, and the food and moonshine made in a prisons underground economy and pop up kitchens. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Nacho History: http://www.fredopie.com/food/odasalens.com/2011/12/those-who-passed-in-2011-archibald.htmPrison Stories: http://www.fredopie.com/search?q=PrisonSubscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpie
In part one of Joint Genius Darrell Jones talks about what he describes as a famous prison meals, the nacho meal and Tuna fish sandwiches. Learn more about the history of nachos and check out other prison stories using the links below. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Nacho History: http://www.fredopie.com/food/odasalens.com/2011/12/those-who-passed-in-2011-archibald.htmPrison Stories: http://www.fredopie.com/search?q=PrisonSubscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpie
Hall of Famer Steve Bryne is a native of Levittown, New York. He played collegiate lacrosse at the University Virginia where he was a three-time All-American, national player of the year and defenseman of the year in 1983. Bryne me playing after graduation and was a US national team selection in 1986. He earned an MBA at RPI and today serves as vice president of marketing for Hexion Inc. He lives and coaches in Cleveland, Ohio.Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.Subscribe to our Podcasts: http://www.fredopie.com/podcasts/ Buy Fred’s Memoir/Career Advice http://www.fredopie.com/startwithyourgift/Buy Fred’s Books: http://www.fredopie.com/books/About Fred, Blogs, and Podcast: http://www.fredopie.comFollow Fred on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frederick.d.opieFollow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrFredDOpie
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