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The Wisdom of Listening (Large Print 16pt)
The benefits of practicing true listening are very real. Through refining our listening skills, we not only understand just what to say; we also understand when not to say anything at all. We become more open, present, and responsive. In turn, we renew the sense of peace within ourselves. And the effects on our romantic, family, and professional relationships are undeniable. In The Wisdom of Listening, award-winning author, teacher, and trainer Dr. Mark Brady and contributors that include Ram Dass and A.H. Almaas, help us to develop the'' listening warrior'' inside us all. Inspiring and easy to follow, the lessons here can transform the ways that we interact with others, whether in a large meeting or in a face-to-face encounter. Listening is almost a lost art; some of us may have...
Excerpted from Big Game: The NFL In Dangerous Times , out now from the Penguin Press. The night before the Big Game, Super Bowl LII between the Patriots and the Eagles, Tom Brady Sr. invited me to a “small family gathering” at a bowling alley in Edina, Minnesota. Galynn Brady, Tom’s mom, grew up two hours north of here in Browerville. This fluke of maternal origin lent her son a claim to local roots throughout the week. As we heard several times, Tommy and his sisters used to spend their childhood summers in Browerville, enabling the GOAT, years later, to regale media hordes with tales of milking cows. The Brady family reunion overtook a second-floor stretch of the bowling alley. There was no sign of Tom or Gisele but about 150 Bradys or Brady satellites were here—Bradys by birth, proxy, or marriage, and also Kevin Youkilis, the former Red Sox infielder now married to Tommy’s sister Julie. “ Yoouuk ,” I said, upon seeing him, as the Fenway crowds used to howl when he came to bat—Youk still gets this a lot, I’m guessing. Brady Partiers wore their #12 and Pats gear. One of them—a cousin, I think—got everyone’s attention and yelled out news that “ Tahhhmmy won the MVP, it was just announced. ” Everyone cheered for the quasi-native son, and then went back to their bowling. Tom and Galynn looked eager for game day to arrive and the deep freeze to end so they could get on with being proper Californians. If Tom Senior had his way, he told me, he’d like the NFL portion of his son’s party to end altogether. “Absolutely,” he said when I asked whether he wanted his son to retire. But then, TB Senior doesn’t get a vote on this. “Of course not,” he said. “Did your dad get a vote when you were 40. ” (No, but in fairness I was out of the league at that point. Gisele does get a vote, and it’s clear she’s with her father-in-law on this. In Brady’s case, there’s little doubt his wife would prefer having a husband around who better approximates what a normal one might be like. “If you want to compete with me, you have to give up your life,” I’ve heard Brady say a few times, underscoring his commitment to sustained peak performance. “Sustained peak performance isn’t about changing one or two habits in your life, it is your life,” Brady wrote in The TB12 Method , a coffee-table book published in 2017 that lays out his rules of the road. They include, among other things, lots of “pliability” work, hydration, and no coffee, thus freeing coffee tables to showcase this glossy cinderblock. Tom was nice enough to send me a copy of his book in November—and he even inscribed it (yes I checked, and immediately). The author said he wished the best for me always. A few weeks after Philadelphia’s Super Bowl win over New England, Eagles offensive lineman Lane Johnson called the Patriots “a fear-based organization. ” He claimed that players do not enjoy playing for the team, no matter how much they win. “When they go to do interviews, they act like fucking robots,” Johnson said of Patriot players on Barstool’s Pardon My Take podcast. “You only get to do this job one time, so let’s have fun while we’re doing it. ”. Johnson has never played for the Patriots, but his perception of a smothering mirth-free environment certainly rings true. It was also hard to dismiss that Johnson had given voice to a common belief around the league about Foxborough—including from within the fortification itself. As notable as Johnson’s words were, more so was that almost no Patriots players, past or present, were compelled to defend the Patriot Way (one exception being ESPN’s Tedy Bruschi, a three-ring Super Bowl champ with the Pats). Rob Gronkowski, who as of early spring 2018 had not said whether he wanted to keep playing football, has told numerous people how sick he was of going to work in such a dreary monolith. “The Patriots don’t play with joy,” Tom Brady’s father agreed after I read him the quote from Lane Johnson. “But I don’t know of any sustaining organizations that play with joy. ” He went on to compare his son with the “lead dog” in Belichick’s pack.
Mark's English Sausage Rolls (dijon mustard, eggs)
Mark's Clam Chowder (butter, celery, flour, half and half, clams, onions, black pepper, potato, salt)
Brady Bunch Pork Chops (milk, pork chops, butter, rosemary, thyme, breadcrumbs, garlic powder, olive oil, salt, salt)
Not Peter Brady's Pork Chops & Apples with Leeks (pork chops, apple, leek, apple juice, rosemary, lemon zest, sea salt, cracked black pepper, flour, water)
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