20 Episode results for "Argonne"

Know Your Comfort Foods

WCRI Flash Brief

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Know Your Comfort Foods

"In joking with web comics reviews. Use Day shift today. No your comfort foods. You're going to be putting yourself through Emotional torture that's just part of the job is something you every day. I don't care if you're beat renewing your character your shepherd a character death or three. Sometimes he doesn't you know you've issue you're GONNA put yourself through some sort of emotional torture cream every day especially if you're doing your job right there are Argonne. Be No days where you're basically doing something incredibly boring because you're going to have some sort of safety now for most people. This is essentially finding something unique lights in charing down on you know the proverbial she got in front of the TV retina blanket. The Big Bit Carton of ice cream. There's a reason we have a lot of hells issues key here. Is You have your own individual cover lose. Does it make you feel better. You're going to want to how a lot of these on hand. I don't care if jim nuts. H screen baking. It's something you do. You enjoy something. They'll put you in a little bit better mood and allow you. Joe was emotionally the stuff you put yourself use day stuff. You'RE GONNA have at that. Make sure that you've got in your pantry or in your freezer fridge and is ready to go. You take your time resolve that she will look at extra cooking. We have some the fun creating snacks yourselves. Yeah we actually do have a lot of really great stuff on hand and we have a little bit of fun with it. Impacts and cooking is part of our meditation working working deal with the emotional trauma we faced. But like you said you're GONNA have to your secret area here. You're at work for you just because it's a conversation. Accomplishment doesn't necessarily mean you welfare limiting your emotional trauma you're in some sort of food therapy and being figured that out for yourself great. Just make sure that you know your comfort foods and you have them on hand around a little bit more to check out a web commentary museum interviews interviews availability podcast near you. Thank you have a great day.

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Why The Quantum Internet Could Change Everything, with David Awschalom

Big Brains

25:23 min | 11 months ago

Why The Quantum Internet Could Change Everything, with David Awschalom

"Magin a new computer system that could create virtually unbreakable encryption supercharge the development of artificial intelligence. Remodeled Traffic Systems and radically expedite the development of drug treatments for everything from cancer to Covid nineteen today, we see Chicago and it's esteemed university as the incubator for technology that will change the world, this technology quantum computing, and quantum internet. Quantum science is one of the most important technological frontiers of the century and the Department of Energy is partnering with the University of Chicago Argonne National Laboratory and Fermi National Laboratory and others to develop it all within the decade. It's not a stretch to say that when fully built the quantum Internet will bring incredible unexpected benefits much as today's Internet already done. This is US Energy Secretary Dan berlet speaking earlier this summer at a University of Chicago event. He was there to announce a strategy that will bring the country to the forefront of the global race to help create a quantum. Internet. To understand what that means, we turn to David Shalom, Davidson professor in quantum science and engineering at the University of Chicago, and he's one of the leading experts in the field. So I asked him, how will the quantum Internet changed the world over fifty years ago when today's Internet was created? Very few people could envision how we actually use it today. So now you're asking a great question, how will we interact with a fundamentally new technology down the road and the like the Internet before us? This absolutely will impact our lives from the University of Chicago. This is big brains a podcast about the pioneering research and pivotal breakthroughs reshaping our world on this episode building a Quantum Internet, I'm your host Paul Rand. It can be hard to imagine life before the Internet tonight, the information superhighway and one of its main thoroughfares, an online network called Internet. Nassif computer network the one that's becoming really big now. What do you read? That's how does one? What do you right toward like male imagine if you will sitting down to your morning coffee turning on your home computer to read the day's newspaper? Well, it's not as farfetched as it may seem. But what if there were a new internet one that would make our current one look like a tool from the stone age? Well, that's the quantum internet could be unimaginably powerful computers communicating over unimaginably fast networks to tackle the world's most unfathomable problems. So how will do that? What will make the Quantum Internet quantum? Right now, our Internet works because our unit information consists of Zeros or ones for quantum technologies in quantum computing the quantum unit of information the cubit isn't just zero or one. It's an infinite combinations of Zeros and one. Data represents itself in a fundamentally different way. Between Black and white and color. Not In Kansas City. The other magic ingredient about quantum internet isn't tangled entanglement. You may have heard of the term before it's a complicated phenomena that means that particles can share information with each other. Even if they're in different locations, we can create information and share it between two optics to quantum bits if you like. And put those quantum bits over arbitrary distances whether it's Chicago and San Francisco or Chicago in bundled it doesn't matter. And I look at one of them it impacts the other. There's a connection between the two without a physical connection and this is called entanglement. You can share information among many objects and the act of looking at wind impacts. The others the quantum effective entanglement is something that Albert Einstein famously called Spooky action at a distance. Bat Plus. The strange fact that simply observing a quantum particle changes it it's responsible for one of the most exciting parts of the quantum Internet that had has the potential to be virtually uninhabitable. If a hacker tried to intercept the quantum network, the active just looking at the particles causes both to collapse if researchers using tangled particles to send information between two locations and a hacker tried to intercept that information, the message would be instantly altered. For example, you could imagine a an internet which would enable us to have secure elections were people could participate in government processes. Securing their information knowing that it could never be eavesdropped upon or tampered with in any way that level of security is also very interesting to the financial sector. David, when handed event here, not long ago you had some of the largest financial players in the world that we're here looking and interested in quantum and how would apply to the financial sector. Where do you think that area the sector's biggest interests are coming from the financial sector looking at quantum technologies and trying to understand how their business challenges could benefit from them because one of the challenges in the financial sector is when someone performs a transaction, they want to be sure that nobody has extracted the information along the way copied it put it back and then you receive it and how do you? That you haven't received information that somebody is copied or tampered with. So they would love technology where that will be virtually impossible. There's no way to extract the information without changing it is ultra secure is interesting to look at the financial sectors around the United States and see that they're also growing quantum groups J. P. Morgan Chase has an extraordinary group of quantum scientists hired. So this Goldman Sachs places that a few years ago you might not have thought be building quantum technology programs. The initial uses of the quantum internet and computing will most likely be companies and institutions. Avshalom. Says that eventually individuals might use it to. And the possible scope of its applications it either level seem almost endless. I think the way that people will end up interact with quantum internet will be driven by the applications the needs. Quantum technologies will enable things like blind computing were the owner of the technology has no way of knowing how you've used it. What you're searching with white you're seeking to do. And you can also imagine a quantum protect building quantum supercomputers quantum machines together to build larger systems to attack problems. Well, beyond things, we could imagine today like drug designs searching Paxton's scenes, traffic control, energy, distribution scheduling problems. You Know One interesting application that people are thinking about now, which will impact us as taking magnetic resonance imaging. Down to the level of a single molecule. Imagine today a hospital, but does MRI scans typically using tented twentieth molecules. Could you MRI. that. We could understand the structure and the functional relationship of every protein inside us and today we can only do that with a few percent of our proteins. Solution is medicine. It would change the way that all of us deal with healthcare David. If I can let me change gears just a little bit on one of the things as a country and globally we're facing a whole host of seemingly intractable problems. You know whether it's Cova situation we're dealing with whether it's the climate crisis that we're dealing with and those things related to it as you think about it and I know that there's hoping many camps, the possibly can quote unquote science our way out of some of these things does that. Get any closer to reality as some of these new ideas and quantum start coming in the place that the ability to truly begin looking for some answers to some of the most perplexing things facing our world can actually be worked on I'm very optimistic that will happen because many of these challenges that you've just alluded to are challenging because they're very complex trying to identify a vaccine, for example, is very hard with a complicated virus changes. Shape reacts to its environment in different ways. How do you model these? How do you even begin design a pharmaceutical? Could you design a system where you could test all different types of configurations minimising real world testing having quantum technologies to attack these problems will certainly help fuel the discovery of of Pharmaceuticals. Problems that we're facing about how to deal with clean energy and energy distribution efficiently minimizing waste. Will deal with water purity was sensors around the globe to monitor and control our ecosystem. I think these are very complicated problems even how you efficiently deliver packages you know how you assemble aircraft. A triple seven has over three million parts for example, for a Boeing aircraft, how do you assemble them in the right order? How do you make that process much more efficient you could use trial and error or you could use an optimization algorithm in a quantum machine and solve it, and that's exactly the right order to do the assembly. I think we'll see loss of impacts on society as we learn more and more about the potential of this technology and get informed as to what are the challenging problems with our partners, where do they need help and how can this quantum technology be used to assist it's clear that quantum technology holds a great deal of promise but what's holding it back and what will need to happen over the next ten years for the Department of Energy and the university to realize the goal of creating Ah Quantum Internet that's coming up after the break. Krona, viruses changing life as we know it on a daily basis but how will the pandemic permanently reshaped our lives in the future? What will world look like five years from now Kobe twenty twenty-five our world in the next five years is a new video series featuring leading scholars at the University of Chicago they'll discuss corona virus will change healthcare international relations, education, and many other aspects of our lives. The series from the same team that brings this podcast can be found on youtube with new episodes released regularly. The quantum internet as we said in the very beginning has the power to change our world. Do we get there from where we are today. So. The a quantum intern that we have to build the quantum technologies like quantum computers and quantum sensors, and then develop technology, which will capture this information from the quantum machines. And allow us to keep it in type of ecosystem. Keep the quantum mechanical nature of this information consistent and untouchable as a move from one technology base to another. And that's a challenge. That's something we can't do with today's Internet. Because at the end of the day, nature at is very small scale. Doesn't behave according to the laws of Zeros and ones. It's not binary. It's more complicated than nature moves information around quantum mechanically. And this quantum technology that we build and quantum connectivity also has to work differently and transfer information without touching it. Keeping the quantum nature intact. One of the biggest challenges in terms of keeping the quantum connection intact includes a key piece of hardware and David I'm says that it's crucial to make sure the particles remain in tangled over long distances we need the bill of technology called the quantum repeater. One of the reasons that our Internet works so well, today is that we sent lights both through optical fibers going all over the country. The reality is that when you send pulses of light through optical fibers after twenty or fifty kilometers, the single starts to drop an amplitude because in the real world when you're sending light through glass their impurities in the glass and light scatters and become smaller and smaller as a wind as way down to the destination. And the critical piece of technology that lets me say the signal from Chicago to San Francisco. His that we have small technologies every twenty year fifty kilometers called repeaters. They take this small civil, they amplify it and they send it out again, and that lets us transplant all over the world. Now, let's think about a quantum metronet. We take a quantum signal and we send it down an optical fiber. Where the quantum properties are in coded, saying the polarization of pulse of light. We need object or technology that will read this single. Amplify it and repeat it. But the laws of quantum physics have a fundamental problem with that, which is the act of observing something changes it. Is called the no cloning theorem you can't simply repeat a quantum signal. So you need to build a technology Becca, take this quantum property, move it somewhere else read it a different way and send it out again. Creating this type of hardware, we're require a new generation of quantum engineers so far there about one hundred and fifty quantum scientists in the Greater Chicago area that makes Illinois a leading center of this technology both nationally and globally, but execute the vision of a quantum internet within a decade will will need thousands of scientists when we talk to our industrial partners both in the United States and around the world one of their most pressing concerns is, how will they have sufficient workforce to meet the demands of technology? There are two challenges. One is the fact that were entering a time. We'll. They'll be a large number of retiring electrical engineers in the United States. The second is these companies will have to replaces conventional engineers with quantum engineers. People whose training covers quantum physics. Science Electrical Engineering Materials Research. With a new type of training that integrates all of these together. To think about how we can use the quantum properties of nature to builds targeted technologies. So the training is a little different it's not the traditional. Discipline is more problem based. It's mixing computer science with quantum. Physics. With engineering with materials development as I was just saying, and that does require a different educational platform and is just a transition that if you're an existing field that you can transition over with relative amount of ease or is this really a complete overhaul I think it's a combination I. think there are many fields where this transition can be made. So, we can imagine training programs that take today's engineers allows the slightly pivot with additional information to use their existing training for quantum technologies. But. We also need to think about from a very early age on making people comfortable developing intuition about quantum science something that few his have. It's a very different way of thinking and you need to be comfortable with very non intuitive way of thinking about information in general the devise new technologies retraining will be a big part of creating this new workforce. At the University of Chicago a first of its kind program starting in a few weeks will enable classically trained scientists and engineers ten transition to careers in quantum science. Now, the Department of Energy will empower seventeen national laboratories to serve as the backbone of the coming quantum Internet, and recently the we launched five new quantum science research centers led by the national. Labs. The Department of Energy Centers which was just announced allow us to build consortium of leaders from around the United States to attack major challenges for quantum information science. The one here in Chicago is quite extraordinary. It's a collaborative center called Q. Next focused at Argonne national, laboratory. That is a consortium of ten companies. Ten universities and three national laboratories focusing on quantum connections. To create a distributed quantum states of matter. Quantum sensors to push the limits of quantum sensing but also to establish quantum foundry to foundries in fact, one at Argonne National. Laboratory and when it slack. In. California. Focusing on building the materials that will serve as a basis of these technologies. It's the first of its kind in the United States and so right now where those materials coming from right now, materials tend to come from different research groups around the country. What many must feels important to standardize the process bell? The foundry were researchers around the country will have access to well characterized pristine materials that can be used for their specific application, their tests and quantification. These materials will be fed back into national database for companies university researchers, national lab researchers to analyze study, improve, and distribute even before the Department of Energy Center Chicago was already leading hub for quantum research earlier this year scientists from the Argonne National Laboratory, and the University of Chicago entangled photons across fifty two mile quantum loop. It goes from Argun and Lemont, Illinois around and through the suburbs of Chicago. Using an existing underground network of optical fiber built decades ago. For Conventional, Telecommunications Avshalom spearheaded the project, which is now among the longest land-based quantum networks in the country is to teleport information almost instantly, this is an extraordinary moment for Chicago in the State of Illinois and that's been echoed by the reap marketable support from the governor's office to devote enormous support the construction of new facilities in Chicago to build laboratories for collaboration between students, our partners are industrial a collaborator to drive this research. It means Chicago can be a center for quantum information science and technology in the country both routes leading academic programs. The state of the art research at the national labs these to Dealey centers. I should also say an exciting National Science Foundation Center established at the University of Illinois Champaign to drive the workforce development and related technologies that will tie that this entire ecosystem. So with the appearance of national centers by different federal agencies, the national labs, major universities such as University Chicago, University of Illinois and Northwestern University's we have an extraordinary opportunity here to become national leaders in this field. And in your mind David What does it national leader or global leader look like what are the important investments that need to be made in growth right now it means that this area can drive discoveries in materials science new applications in partnership with companies driving, international, collaborations. Paul. As you mentioned earlier, how we transfer some of the results to leaders around the world to go beyond the Chicago area beyond the nation and across the globe the impact standards applications. Developments of new technologies, developments of new scientific efforts. The means we could attract some of the best scientists have students from around the world to engage in this effort that think about how we can harness the very best ideas to ask the most challenging questions that emerging science and technology. Because in the end of the day, we want the brightest minds the most exciting ideas. The most impactful industrial partners that can help translate the scientific ideas into technologies here in Chicago at the USA says a spring. If you like wore, our students can be deployed everywhere and impact the world in this area David. You mentioned a little bit ago something about the Chicago Quantum Exchange. Can. You just give us a little background on what that is and how it began and maybe any other aspects of it. The Chicago Quantum exchange began in two thousand seventeen. We began to think in the Chicago area with the benefit of two national laboratories and major universities such as University of Illinois and the University of Chicago happened. We build an enterprise that could identify large opportunities and work together to aggressively compete for them, and that was the birth of the Chicago, quantum? Exchange. Also knowing that we can't do this alone we need to do this in partnership with industry and we need the mechanism to drive and attract the best companies to work with us in this field. So once the national labs and the academic partners got together we launched an endeavor which now has over a dozen companies. Very. Heavily engaged in the quantum exchange exchanging researchers ideas student internships. New Grant proposals attracting new research opportunities for students as a measure of their enthusiasm for this department. Of Energy Center, our industrial partners have committed over sixty million dollars of their own resources to help drive the science and technology effort. It's extraordinary engine. Now that will help drive quantum technologies here in Chicago let's look at Chicago area five years out less look at progress in the field five years out. What kind of things are you looking for? What kind of progress do you expect and hope to be making collectively what we expect to establish testbeds in the Chicago area working prototypes where students and companies could work together and literally try out some of the ideas to optimize technology. And push applications as we were talking about corporate partners in there are many things that are happening. But one that's really quite interesting and exciting is some of the work that Intel is doing in terms of the tests spat out of Argun. I wonder if you can give a little bit more context around that as part of the Argonne lead daily center Intel, we'll be commissioning the first semiconductor quantum computing as in the country, and that's will be happening in a specially built laboratory at Argonne. The intent is to open up that quantum machine to users both within the center and. Around the country. To run quantum computing algorithms, see what we can do with us chip-base quantum machine and think about how we can scale that to larger quantum technologies, for example. Argonne National Lab has launched. The quantum leap. A testbed for quantum communication creating entangled states of matter testing, the security of quantum information transmission, and setting up a testbed that we'd like to extend here into the city. Not just for the financial institutions to begin to test applications for quantum information, transmission and security. But also for students, students at all levels understand encryption and security deep whether they're the Tocado public school students, different high school students, working internships, undergraduates, students at your colleges students from the university is around the area, all using these networks and prototypes the try it these ideas and learn and inform us. So as his building these systems together linking the national labs are in lab building, local quantum Internet's in Chicago. Using local companies to try out concepts and ideas on these internships and building upon that. So I think we'll nucleate lots of new activities with these prototypes and we're very optimistic that these will be launched the next year or two alone. So if we think back in the beginning of when Silicon Valley was created, do you think they were in that similar phase of birth here in the Chicago area and Illinois and we're going to start doing some of the things and experiencing some of those same growth impact that the silicon valley is experienced for years. I think with the leading companies leading students, the attraction venture capital funds to the Chicago area to drive these initiatives. When we're successful that launching start adventure around the Chicago Area I, see absolutely no reason that your Kogyo can't be the next Silicon Valley for quantum information, science, and technology. Big. Brains is a production of the U. Chicago podcast network. If you like what you heard, please give us a review and a rating shows hosted by Paul Brand and produced by me Matt hoed up with assistance from illicit. EADS. Thanks for listening.

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13th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Wherever you go

Catholic Musings

07:59 min | 2 years ago

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Wherever you go

"Catholic musings, Haslett league. Musically easing. Welcome to Catholic musings for the thirteen Sunday in ordinary time year. See where Catholic musings is recorded, we are keeping in this year, two thousand nineteen thirteen th Sunday of ordinary time. But I'm aware that in some parts of the world, they'll be keeping Supeter in some poll transferred. So if you're looking for a Catholic musings fulsome, Peter in simple, just go to our website at Catholic musings dot org, and you'll find it there or turn Italy look under Catholic musings in your favorite podcast platform. The gospel reading for the thirteen Sunday in ordinary time speaks very much of the difficulty of discipleship. Jesus indicates that the son of man has nowhere to lay his head that, what society, deems important such as burying, the dead should not hinder the mission, and also never to look back. But there is another smaller and perhaps hidden message. I'd like to consider today in the gospel. Argonne spill reading begins with Jesus messengers, going ahead of him to a Samaritan village to make preparations for him. But we are told the people would not receive him because he was making Jerusalem. Why does it matter that he was making Jerusalem will the answer to that can be found in John's gospel, where Jesus meets the woman of Samaria at the worl-? She sees. He is a prophet and says this our father's worshiped on this mountain. But you say the Jerusalem is the place. We ought to worship. By this mountain. She was speaking of mount jettison a sixteen hour, walk today to Jerusalem, and where the Samaritans still live and worship in modern day, Israel. So the people of this Samaritan village, we hear of in the gospel refused to make preparations for Jesus. Because of where he was headed Jerusalem. Then almost immediately after the disciples suggested destroying the village with heavenly fire they met a man on the road, whose first words were I will follow you wherever you go. So immediately, we have this jokester position of the people of the Samaritan village who won't engage with Jesus because of where he's headed with a man who promises to go with Jesus, regardless of where he is headed. And to this, Jesus gives the rather obscure response foxes have holes in the birds of the air have nests, but the son of man has nowhere to lay his head. On one level, we could think that Jesus, not dismissing the man he certainly doesn't seem to be rebuking him as he does so often to others the man's office seems to be quite sincere and open. I will follow you wherever you go. But perhaps, we need to look at the response of Jesus to the next two men in this gospel reading firstly to the man, Jesus called onto follow him on the man responded that he had to bury his father first. Jesus rebuked him saying leave the dead to bury the dead. And Secondly to the man who said he would follow Jesus, but he wanted firstly to say goodbye to the people back at home. Jesus said that the one who looks back is not fit for the kingdom of God. So it's fair to say in this trio of events that the first is possibly a rebuke, but how is it a rebuke? The man says he will follow Jesus wherever he will go, and Jesus responds by talking about FOX holes and bird's nests. I think it is happy, the man says that he will follow Jesus wherever he goes. In other words, he is in visiting Jesus leading him to an earthly destination, whether that smell Gary's him or the mountain Jerusalem. It matters not to him. He's ready to go. But Jesus is not looking for an earthly destination. He's not looking for an earthly resting place to take his followers. He is not looking for an end to this journey, either. This is not a caravan to join which has a destination in sight on earth. Perhaps, we need to go back to the opening of this spoil reading. Luke says in it as the time drew near for him Jesus to be taken up to heaven. Luke doesn't interestingly say here about the time drawing near for Jesus to come close to Jerusalem, or to Calvary but to be taken up to heaven. So the first man, was perhaps actually being rebuked, because he was looking at following Jesus simply to an earthly destination. But Jesus wants to draw him and us further. Perhaps, we need to return to that passage in John with the Samaritan woman, it is in that meeting that Jesus said to her a time is coming when you will worship the father, neither on this mountain nor in Jerusalem. We cannot plan all see or enter our Christian journey following Christ by focusing on an earthly destination or goal. All of our site must be beyond. Neither on our current mountain nor on Jerusalem. Yes, it is unreasonable to want to follow Jesus wherever he goes. But don't plan or expected in earthly realms, here is no place to lay his head here is no hole or nest for him. Let us to be rebuked for those times when we focus, our discipleship, you know, three terms. Let us instead keep our eyes firmly on the Jesus, who has been taken up to heaven. Thank you for joining me. Jude savior today, you can find all of our Sunday mass reflections along with our rosary and station of the cross podcasts at our website, Catholic musings dot org. That website is and will always be free. But it does cost us to produce in keep going. If you would like to support our witness, you can also find a button on the homepage of that website about into our patriot link where for as little as a dollar. You can support the work and witness of Catholic musings.

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Whitney Cummings & Austen Kroll

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

25:03 min | 2 years ago

Whitney Cummings & Austen Kroll

"Welcome to the bravo clubhouse for the podcast division of watch what happens live with me. Andy cohen she brings the tonight. Show brought his threesome tape honeys. It's watch what happens live with whitney cummings and austin southern other charm. Now watch your host. Andy cohen in the clubhouse at a special time with two guests who have tons of jobs between them even if all of them are occurs. My first guest is a comedian actress and writer producer. Who's new netflix stand up special. Can i touch it sure do aggressively touch your funny bone. Please welcome back argonne friend whitney in southern reliably epic finale tonight say hi to austin craw <music> class myself that time you didn't clemson last well you are all caught up on the show ernie excited the question okay good while the men of southern charm are always accused of being adult size little boys over the bar. We have someone who's known austin since he was an actual little boy. I say i do insist her katie grohl. How did that threesome tape. Go over and your family. I'm no no actually chose not to watch it for a couple of months and then for a couple bowl and then about eight times one episode. Yes it the the polling at the dick boarding. I mean it was morning. I was drunk. I don't know what the morning it was like six a._m. It was gonna make it longer or less always always always. Let's get started austin you you craig and shop partied with ramona in the hamptons over the weekend. Wow was that she's a trip. She is a trip and she couldn't have been kinder here to us. We ran into her at a restaurant. Come close to like having oh no no no really through a lot. Yeah yeah sure the last <hes> i'm just wondering whitney to get your opinion. Catherine has been rocking. Some serious looks this season. Her outfit to patricia stag party was no exception. What do you think i loved it. It just cuts her as my shelling and her date with like it's not the point actually fired up tonight and this time the target of a wrath was none other than the kaftan queen or self patricia watch biggest regret was listening to patricia. I am so so regrettable that i ever believed that bitch whereas i get to move. I say you're looking a little crazy pitcher shawn. Sorry sorry we're just in the neighborhood have you mr k. o'hare harshly leave ashley. I know what you did and the truth will come out. Hey relax i can't they're hearing her out taller. They embarrassed me. Guys like pushing each one the police i wanted her to call home run so bad. I'm telling you i lived in the south south for a while with the bleach blonde self tanner you gotta watch out for these bitches unpredictable the amount of chemicals they have inhaled make some crazy. I loved how seamlessly patricia was like oh. If you met mr jasper was that was good your questions for whitney austin or coming in but before we get to those here's what three things i am obsessed with tonight. I someone who always lacks a sensor and most boundaries whitney larry ously touch on anything so here's one in honor of your special. Can i touch it. I'm going to ask you about some things and you'll say whether or not you would touch them. Okay all right. Would you touch the food guy fieri owned restaurant. Yeah i again i would okay. Would you touch mike tyson's face statue. Yes i warned you touch the mona lisa. Yes we have to be weiner meaner cell phones of course not would you touch any piece of furniture touched on bachelor in paradise thank you would you touch kylie. Jenner's bank ghosts the collective beards on the cost of duck dinero gene simmons tongue jump into the ocean. Eh would you touch the trailer for cats actually on tonight. Southern finale chefs plus one to patricia. His party was a woman who's panties. We're wanna plus one on austin's floor. Take a look at the never ending austin three some drama shepherding chelsea scott. This is going to be jeez girl mawson's video. This is a total absence all he wants to be the king could be upon. Do you feel good for doing this. I mean i don't give is a blatant white glove off sloppy my face trying you can get a rise outta me yeah. Friendship is in total ruins. Don't let the door hit you pow. Wow i mean you you. We knew that one of them was coming right now. I knew one of them coming valia told me and and it was just such a distant were you. Were you at crate seem like he wanted to bail out of the out of it. Yeah no craig's such a beautiful media. He has no idea and talking about the fact that he wears eyeliner right for one second. He's like yeah. Girls love it. Why talk about it after the reunion reunion. I think it'd bad louis nausea a okay. I feel like he was trying to come to answer. All leeann thrilled. Here's what despite shops attempt to make a mass out of austin's love life that night the threesome women actually helped clear up a little take a look these girls that came with franken show yes. Let's go. We're we're just gonna get this out there because everyone just wants to know the truth. Yes tim o'brien exactly what happened. The honest you hanging out and then we pass out on the couch where you in bed with austin will say well hanging out the dolphin. No you had to be thrilled. I was because i didn't know like what's the point of having a threesome with two girls that lucky the big old the hair and everything going on. I don't that was just that was misery that those misery but you got cleared yeah oh it must've been right okay. I felt pretty good about it. Okay we'll finally as this season comedian. Whitney has been heckled more times than she can count. I'm just why i know i can count on her to do some close range heckling to our love challenge powell austin. Here's what let's troll the coral sex and dating questions for austin whitney me whatever you don't like his answer you control him by reading a mean tweets from southern charm fan so austen. Let's say you're in a relationship. Is there anything wrong with going to strip clubs. No nothing oh my god looking for austin involves if you find them. Please return home when is when is the right time to send dick pic. I don't i can't stand to watch austin his mouth. Open constantly shit. What's the best sway to tell your partner that they've put on a little weight. Never okay you compare. Is it okay to sleep with. Your best. Friends acts if your friend was the one to end things okay. Is it a stop. Yes i guess better at performing oral sex. I watch porn or just punch until you practice makes perfect. Oh okay all right. Thank you very much it. I want to go through the seapower door with your question high. Mm sakes and i have a question on okay. Hi whitney hi low hi. My question is the lesson you learned while working rose the end and bilingual last time you spoke with her. The lesson i learned from the roseanne reboot is read people's tweets before you sign up to work with <hes> okay last time. I spoke with her brew. I don't think i've ever spoken oaken without i mean during i never knew who i was talking to now that this is all. I don't know if i've ever actually interest if i may not since during production got it adequate. We're talking during the break you at some comments i i have a theory. Shep is in love with madison. You aren't the only one who has that theory that has that theory but shep is a very like if he doesn't have it before you than he is like. He is not a fan. You think territorial oh yeah it's like i wasn't playing with that toy until until you were playing with it and now i wanna play with it all right. Let's go to hot. Let's go to jeanne california. Hey andy my question is for austin to austin. Dame's dish podcast wanna know why you would share such a personal confession like ship giving danny clemencia when you we know that madison led to us info as ammo. You're dating someone you really think that they're not going to divulge the things that you tell them and i unfortunately just kept on getting burned. I wanna be opened a couple of times. That's for sure <hes> whitney reactions to clap gate gate. My reaction to cloud gate is shop. Look you are a tall very tan man on a reality show accused of having not if this doesn't work out you could always be the president of the united states oscar to celebrate in seattle. Hey sabrina what your question. Hey andy. Thanks for taking my call. <hes> my question screw whitney museum whitney. Do you let your fiance use your sex though when you're not in commute to have sex with him. I tried to make him but he hates it so there. There's another robot named whitney besides the the one on your show mine. I do have a robot. That looks exactly like me. That's technically sector about but no one's had sex with her yet including my fiance. He's not interested okay. Let's go to nancy from seattle. Hey nancy what's your question then. Hi andy my question for for austin austin okay. I'm wondering why can't you just accept that. You're in love with chelsea and how does mass and feel about your close bond with chelsea. Look this has been. This has been a thing for a long time chelsea. Yeah i need to tastic really isn't and my ex had the problem with that closeness in that relationship but right off the bat madison chelsea really did develop like a pretty good relationship so never had any sort word of any sort of jealousy over chelsea and knows that chelsea is happy with her with her sailor man and all is as well there you go. Her seem seaman. Sorry up by the way very sad to hear the news that catherine's mom passed away last sweet <hes> do were you all aware that she was ill and had is that something that you had spoken to catherine about. I was aware i mean it just a terrible awful blow and yeah so so i made sure to reach out yeah. Let's go to bridge from new york cambridge. What's your question hi andy. This is my first time calling but i've been watching since day one for whitney <hes> witten when you roasted donald trump in two thousand eleven or their annual earn hear jokes that you held back because they were to mean that you know she told now i was pretty hard on that road feel like it went pretty hard a lot of jokes about his deck traffic something looking like a traffic cone or something. What was the phones. Guns are big orange pink. Why comedy central doesn't have the license anymore on that rotate roast but don't you think it will be interesting to see that again. They i think they run at some time on comedy central yeah. I think they still run it to think that it exists. I think everybody's worried what about the jokes. They told right right now. We're all pretending didn't happen that. We don't get cancelled all right. Guess what it's game time the men being about one whiskey away from hooking up with anything but for the sake of this next game i'm hoping against hope that austin will know when to keep a bit in his pants it is time to play and you're going to switch seats and face each other and various various things that austin should not stick his dick in switching is going to appear in the monitor behind jim we'd be without saying the name of the item that austin should not stick his like you will give him the seven over sixty seconds. You both win. Okay okay and go a mouse. It's are you okay. Sorry <hes> giant retired swimsuit alligators now the carpet with that i'd never used because i was something in intimate you lamp work. Let's go out. I think that you put them small the vendor that you right with it you have to make her own <music> bredon around him and keeps. If you want a cigarette enjoy watching on the show i do very good so do we <hes> you just said the nicest thing to whitney during the break the most romantic thing anyone's ever are said to me. What did you say he leaned over and said i would totally fuck your robot with the excited about your renew. Standup special sacred a emailed whitney when working with michael patrick king on two broke girls to the ever spill lonie sex in the city behind the scenes gossip. I know you're obsessed with sex test a sexist but he did he did there wasn't any gossip per se i would like ask him about how every scene went until i wanted to know all the like trivia about everything but he did give me the mirror that was on kerry's boudoir and it is now in my closet amazed. I know the actual one that sarah jessica used as kerry and it's. I haven't put it on ebay yet but it is my most cherished. Are you surprised about the cottrell clap back on instagram. I was stuck however i have seen her crazy videos on youtube of and was not surprised after seeing her like play. The harpen recite palms with her husband. Yes if you could arrays either the threesome some video for good or a race telling madison about claim media. Which would you some video threesome video alright. Here's a good one kite. Okay wants to know after the threesome scandal. Did you find that you get more offers for threesomes me my robots a- and no yes no i mean and you play it right than any any situation. I suppose those could be your sister's dying you you are. You're not with madison right now. And what's what present tense are we in. I mean you know we leave that. We live together and we're handing the end and life is good at that moment a fan just to answer a question. I don't know how to know. I'm just wow it's constantly land. Say it's calm. It's very complicated okay. It's time for my moslem jack law. I thought i would let the always larry isn't opinionated. Whitney cummings to the honor. She has new stand up special on netflix. Whitney is your muscle. My muzzle is john travolta's instagram. I recommend it for everyone. I love it too so we're. I'm obsessed with it. Gives me a lot of insight into scientology <hes> first of all which i always a lot of anti mostly like taking videos themselves while he's flying a plane. I love it. Do you wanna fly the plane and then make the video when you land it it. It's great what you're jack whole white supremacy okay very good. I want more drama than the real housewives then go inside salem with the official podcast days of our lives join us for new episodes every other monday as we take a look through the hourglass with show recaps behind the scene stories and exclusive interviews with the cast of dates inside salem. One has a five star rating on apple podcasts so don't miss out you should listen and subscribe for free wherever you get your podcasts uh with cummings. Can i touch it is screaming streaming on that in johnston on the southern charm a reunion part one next wednesday at nine and katy kroll is austin sister yeah. What were you gonna say when we were not on the air awesome once told me that if you live above above fourteenth street right in the salt if you live above fourteenth street nobody seems silly so silly to my favorite people bling tire world. You know live on fifty nine seconds so rad live tv what i bring you on here. Let's go to marcello from uh-huh chicago. Hey what's your question there marcello marcello. I phone down yeah team. Oh well imagine being on for half an hour and then she just sitting under lose. We have another call from illinois courtney. Hey courtney hi. <hes> my question is for whitney <hes> did did you expect your tweet about the notre dame fire to get as much attention as it did. I didn't at all that's really funny. What did you say well all the no fire happened and then everyone was posting photos of themselves at notre dom. We're just just in paris said that by the way but i didn't on purpose as well. I don't remember exactly what it was but it was like something about like using seeing the opportunity to just post vacation. We got it. You've been the franchise movement of everyone saying that was so many people that were just like. Here's me at a cafe loved hashtag. Notre thomas like dude. This has not take totally when i was in the south the france like it's amazing how people are able to make tragedies about themselves to get likes on instagram right now. My favorite went on on like you know. Twitter or something like someone died died and he was such a nice person. It's like you're just bragging that. You knew that right right right. What do you think of posting a picture of yourself if with the dead person that seems to be a thing too i mean if you really knew them. I guess it makes sense. You know we've got a story worry about when you met or something authentic friendship. Sometimes you'll see a photo of someone. Taking a selfie with the dead famous person in the dead famous person looks like they don't want to be in that all aw you're celebrating their death with you posting a photo of them being uncomfortable taking not a good. Let's go to melissa from florida melissa. What's your question. I do have a question and as for austin okay great okay so often what was your reaction and to the conversation between actually catherine and actually trying so hard to get everybody to like her. Yeah i mean that's the question that i feel like we've all been trying to answer for a long time and you know i just think that she thinks that she can kind of come in and gain favor with strategic he just people and that a win over the favor of the group i suppose but i'm really not certain why she wants so so hard for katherine pattern to be on her side. I just think that catherine has kind of drawn a line in the sand and said look. I don't want your friendship. Don't want anything and i think that she handled it well by even speaking speaking to her and i don't. I don't know i like her. Whole goal is to talk a whole bunch of mess and then she comes in and she's like oh my god when you're so pretty but then she bashes you the whole lead up and it's just it just ceramill making suspicion. She wants to be on television. Oh how do you that's interesting. The the call that we lost was going to ask you why you think whitney keeps denying that he slept with catherine. I was like well that's. Why did you see what i'm asking. You know whitney's very private person honestly and i mean that's the only i five in person on a reality show look but he's not on it for a reason because he isn't he is what his whole life to be divulged and sometimes i understand but but he's a private guy i guess and you know i mean the poll that we did that like that one time with craig and it was like ninety nine and one. You're like whitney regard. You voted for everyone catherine. What do you mean whitney and yeah. We all yes us. We all believe it doesn't count. We'd be glad everybody hey. Thanks for listening to the podcast. Everybody hope you enjoyed the show. Remember new episodes. Go live monday through friday at four p._m. Eastern time make sure you're subscribed to have a great rest of your night.

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Save fuel and reduce pollution by avoiding idling

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Save fuel and reduce pollution by avoiding idling

"I'm doctor. Anthony License and this is climate connections. American drivers spend spend a Lotta time going. Nowhere warming up the engine to sitting in traffic for stock at a drive through all those aisling cars surprisingly consume about about three billion gallons of fuel annually and that produces about thirty million tons of Co two patricia weicker simmer of the Argonne National Laboratory Tori says that pollution reduced many drivers. Keep their engines running because they believe that restarting burns more fuel than idling but research shows. It's usually usually more efficient to shut off the car idling. More than ten seconds in your passenger vehicle consumes more fuel produces more. Co Two than does turning off off and starting a backup again so she suggests that drivers turn off their engines when they're stopped at train crossings or drive-thrus school pickup and dropoff sounds are especially important places to shut off the engine because that also reduces kids exposure to tailpipe pollution. Weicker cyber says reducing idling is eight zero zero cost way to save fuel cut carbon pollution and improve air quality and it starts with drivers asking themselves. Do I need to have my engine on now. Climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for Environmental Communication. Learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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Teen Podcast Episode 14  A Day in the Kingdom (5 of 6)

Magnify Him Together

06:16 min | 2 years ago

Teen Podcast Episode 14 A Day in the Kingdom (5 of 6)

"L everyone. This is Ryan king with the fourteenth episode in the magnify him together podcast. This is the fifth in the series a day in the kingdom and the title for today's episode is the thrones of judgement and the singers last week we left our far eastern friends overcome with amazement is they view the majestic towers at each corner of the temple and considered their spiritual lesson that ya Argonne shield tower to all those who put their trust in him as we continue walking through the outer court about a half mile or so there is a flurry of activity going on all around us sacrifices are being performed on the altar, which we see on Mount Zion just above us peoples from all over the world are clustered in groups, discussing Newman's, and Sabbath and their expectations for us. Saints from all ages are working together to ensure the activities within the temple gates run smoothly our friends, our next drawn to a series of thrones, which reside along the inner edge. Edge of the outer court several thrown like seats, much more exquisite Queen Elizabeth's are observed by our friends each. One of these thrones is sad upon by immortal. Saint who are there to provide counsel and encouragement to our far eastern, friends? This is another feature of the temple given in psalm one hundred twenty two verse five there are set thrones of judgement. The thrones of the house of David is the immortal saints now equal to the angels and may kings and priests unto our God, who were given the privilege and opportunity of sitting upon these thrones. Have you ever thought how wonderful be to have just five minutes with the Lord, Jesus Christ to discuss your life or to have five minutes with your angel who is there with you every day? This is the grand opportunity that mortals will have in the kingdom age to be able to come before the saints assembled at these thrones of judgment, and talk about their lives to share their worries. Distresses. And received the vital spiritual guidance. They will need to handle their troubles amongst our group with us today, are some who have been battling troubling disease, but they're sitting upon one of the thrones is the apostle Timothy to help and comfort them. Another man has been fighting the sin, which so easily besets us yet, there, we see Sampson to provide much-needed spiritual strengthen encouragement, nothing perhaps encourages us more than to see a struggling brother or sister press forward moving past their troubles and faith and the kingdom of God. We will have the honor and privilege of seeing firsthand the development of those with whom Christ has committed into our hands. What a scene that will be to witness. Can you see those thrones of judgment there within the temple? Can you picture that in your mind? Is that real to you? As we continue our walk around the courts of the temple does not what we see that now strikes, our attention. But what we hear we immediately move in the direction of the sound of a celestial song, coming from the circular inner temple just inside the outer court, we noted at a previous podcast at the structure of the temple will be quite simply a circle within a square, whilst the morals may progress along the outer court, which is in the shape of a square only immortals will be granted special access to the circular temple inside God's laws of holiness and separation will be strictly enforce, but standing beneath the inner cell, a of the outer court are forest and friends stand, and listen in admiration of the wondrous music emanating from the inner temple directly in front of them. The record of is equal. Forty makes it quite explicit that distinct chambers will exist within the inner temple where with immortal power. The saints will rejoice to praise. As the chosen king on this occasion, Heyman. Asef introduced are conducting the choir producing move music, so moving and inspiring. They make Pavarotti sound like a Sunday school picnic. They're prepared for us today, music based upon the words of psalm forty eight and what better song to choose for this occasion for details. All that we have been doing on this day, walkabout sign go round about her tell the towers thereof marquee. Well, her bulwarks, consider her passes, the emai- tell it to the generation following the purpose of this journey within the temple has not only been for the spiritual benefit of our far eastern friends themselves. But also, so that they may go home and tell it to others to the generation following they may go back to their own lands, and fully convinced their children, and all they meet of the wonder of Jawa whom we worship, some forty eight ends with the words. This God is our guide forever. And never he will be our guide even unto death. We picture them returning home. Exclaiming we wished. You could have heard the singers you need to see the towers. You have to see the thrones. Does that same excitement exists within us are we so full things of the kingdom? That today we will tell someone about it. Let's make that resolution for ourselves right now. The today, school or work, we will tell at least one person about the glorious things in store for this earth. Legion was told go, tell your friends, what great things the Lord has done for you. Take full advantage of these opportunities to proclaim. What better thing to tell our friends in the world about Dan, the kingdom with almost time for our far east and friends to return back to ya Shimon, but before they go, there is a man about to enter the eastern gate directly in front of them, and we'll meet him God willing in our final podcast. Thanks for listening and please join us again next week for part six in our series day in the kingdom entitled vine is Chelsea, the king in his beauty fair, you will.

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7 Creative Ways to Get More Links | Ep. #1145

Marketing School

08:32 min | 2 years ago

7 Creative Ways to Get More Links | Ep. #1145

"Welcome to marketing school the only podcast that provides daily top level marketing tips and strategies from entrepreneurs that practice what they preach and live what they teach. Let's start leveling up your marketing knowledge with your instructors Neil Patel and Eric Su. Hey Margie school listeners listeners. I have an interesting stop for you. Did you know that Walmart improved their conversion rate by two percent for every second that they improve their low time in other words website the speed helps with conversions in addition to that google uses it to determine where your site ranks in their index. The fastener website loads the higher. You'll rink for that reason. I want to talk to you today. About a company called Dream House Dream Hose powers the web with fast websites and superior customer service brought to you by team web experts or super committed. Go to your success online. We've worked with them to create a special offer. Just remarking school listeners all you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today today welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about seven creative ways to get more links so neil what is wade number one. I can see a smile on your face. lets go first so the best us way one of the easiest ways to get links. This is a super creative way that very few people don't use the I don't know why is go look in your space for for everyone who's created blog posts that are very stats base for example. Brian Deane recently had a blog post called we analyze five million google search results Zolt. Here's what we learned about organically rate and he has this tax on everything that they learn about organic victory and he has some graphs and stuff like that but not that post has a ton of solar shares if it was made with the imbo graphic though it would be so much easier to get love and Harry has a lot of images in his very visual but if you take what he did and you make an info graphic let's say you're in the same space digital marketing and you email all the the people that share that article in you to share your version of it on your site and then if you also have all the people that linked to him and to this article. Argonne email them and asking them to link to yours info graphic in the data's easier to understand you. Get a lot of people linke. It's simple it works not that many people do it and you can use tools program to create these beautiful visual images all right number two so this we've talked about product led growth so looking at it's an uber suggest or looking at any type of widget out there. Let's say you know. There's a lot of calculators out there. Okay so like a mortgage calculator like insurance calculator dis he's types of widgets or calculators tend to get a lot of links because they're helpful resources and what happens is once these are ranking number one these just get more and more linked so it's like this this flywheel gift that continues to keep on giving so leading what the product is much more linked classic because it's harder to make its novel level and it can go a long way number three you get an abusing tool called scrape box is scrapes. The web helps find all the places that could be potential link assets assets and you can end up using scrape bottles that you have a article that super ended up using Brian Deeds skyscraper technique above and beyond vertical Michael any vertical bullets go with like help and it teaches you how to be more lean and fit and someone else has article. That's thirty three ways. Some other people have workout routines all this kind of stuff and you have some disciplined up the house like one hundred one ways to become more. Richter leaner whatever it is you can use scrape boxer find all dissimilar relevant articles in URL's as well as people's email address and through their contact arm you can message them in mass us and see if they're open the leading to you that the message you send them is going to be generic in your God. This is not that great. It's okay but when you send out the message you contact contact forms. Let's say like five thousand people you'll get some links really fast and a beautiful part about this as long as you through the contact form. It's not that bad if you do it through email you had to be careful because the GDP are you may not have permission to certain people all right number four number four US sem sem rush us you can use h rafts and take a look at broken links so look at broken links across you can use eight context floor and you can see where links are broken on sites and basically what you can do there as you can reach out to these websites and say hey look you know. I noticed that you linked to this asset. Link is broken and I I have. I have an updated resource over here. You know let me know. Let me know if you if you need any you know if if if you're willing to link to it or if you need any additional support rights I'm giving giving a very kind of basic boring template but you get the idea on numbers by the number five another creative way to build links is look for all the blog that haven't been updated as often and you do. is you email you let him to highlight the blog assuming you really do and you don't. WanNa see at die because they don't update it that frequent elite and you want to help by continued publishing more content there now. If you're writing something and you see that you can throw in a link to your set in it's valuable to the user by all means you can consider it but if you're just using guest hosting for link building you're breaking those guidelines in many cases you probably should not you should nope. Apollo these types of lengths. If you're leveraging this tactic at it still works. I don't even mind even if I know following because may not get less search juice by I driving having direct traffic from relevant blogs which can help drive direct visitors that can convert into a lead or sale directly from there and a super easy because some was does not updating their website. There's a good chance that they're willing to outlet you publish content on their site because it's pretty much dying down right all right so there's one thing when I look at companies like mixed panel or even companies like splash on splashes of stock photography company McDonald's analytics back in the day mixed panel. I would say you know you would give give some kind of discount. If you're able to kind of link have a link from your site. Maybe like the foot of your site or have a badge right mix. Komo had a badge and being like they're like analytics powered by mixed panel. They'll do a crawl like the wisey startups and techstars and the thing is now correct me if I'm wrong. I think Google has cracked down on that a little bit but I still see some people doing it sometimes and not GonNa say mixed panel was doing it or actively trying to manipulate anything but also also on splashes a good example too because you know people want to use the stock photography. You know maybe what happens. There is required to kind of link to it or site where or the images coming from and what happens there is just start getting a lot more links and it's becomes this self perpetuating machine. What is number seven Neil number seven. There's a lot the websites that hasn't been updated in a long time this tactics with different than the one I said previously they have good content so not updated in a while have good content head him up try to buy their website. Take other content merged on over two years. Keep Update whatever UNITA update take all their yards had links three a one redirect them two articles on your site. Now you've does gobble up their traffic which is amazing because you're not just getting links. You're getting rankings and traffic funny enough after she cheaper more effective than buildings manual true story all right so that is for today. Please don't forget to write reviews. Subscribe to this podcast. It helps us grow and if you want to grow faster in person in Malibu with meal and myself go to marketing school I o slash alive. That's thought taught the application. It's free and we'll see tomorrow we appreciate you joining us for this session of. Marketing School be sure to rate review and subscribe to the show. Oh and visit marketing school dot co for more resources based on today's topic as well as access to more episodes that will help you find true marketing success. Tax Is Marketing School Dot until next time class dismissed.

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Should You Buy an Electric Car or Truck?

Money For the Rest of Us

28:41 min | Last month

Should You Buy an Electric Car or Truck?

"Hi this is david stein. Just a quick announcement. There will not be a regular podcast episode released next week. It's one of our break weeks. Our next episode episode. Three forty seven will be released on wednesday june twenty third. Walk in the money for the rest of us. This is the personal finance. Show on money how it works. How to invest it in how to live without worrying about it. I'm your host david stein. Today's episode three forty six. It's title shoot. You buy an electric car or truck. I recently got an email from a listener. He is a mechanical engineer. In the automotive industry he mentioned he's been doing some research on electric vehicles versus internal combustion engine cars and he's having a difficult time understanding the benefit of electric vehicles. He mentioned that he was inspired the other day as he went on a walk with his partner they both walked the same distance. One point three months. They both set their apple. Watches to count. How many calories. They burned on the walk. He burn two hundred and fifty k cows and she burned a hundred and ninety eight. He pointed out the reason he burned. More calories was because he weighs more he wrote. The calories burned or energy required is proportional to the weight carried over distance. Well the same must hold true for cars he wrote. I have pointed out in earlier episodes of the show that internal combustion engines only about twenty percent is used for kinetic energy. He's says it's closer to thirty percent just fine and with a battery. Ninety percent is used in kinetic energy but then he points out that the new electric commerce will weigh between ten and fourteen thousand pounds while an old age to from two thousand ways only sixty five hundred pounds and his point is if carbon emissions is a top priority than driving an electric vehicle that weighs twice as much as an internal combustion. Car is grossly inefficient. Because you're going to use a lot more energy because vehicle way so much more. I thought it was an interesting point. I am not an electric vehicle expert but a wrote a friend of mine gregor mcdonald. He's a journalist and analyst that has been researching and writing on the energy transition to renewables and electric vehicles for over a decade. He pointed out that the calculations between an electric vehicle an internal combustion engine vehicle can't be made on a series of mental napkin notes. As he put it doing so we'll produce an endless daisy chain of airs. The definitive work on electric vehicles versus internal combustion engines. What is known from well to wheel the oil which includes the cost to produce the energy that is used in gasoline as well as the cost of energy in the electric vehicles. That's done by a number of national level government research institutes and in the us that analysis is done by argonne national laboratories and it's sponsored by the department of energy this listeners. Correct a car that weighs more is going to use more energy and a car vehicle driven somewhere where the power is generated via coal versus somewhere. Where most of the power is generated by renewables but coal powered grid. Electric vehicles using that grade will create more carbon. Despite these weight differences and the source of power electric vehicles used significantly less energy than an internal combustion engine sixty five to seventy percent. Less rigor concluded. If you are brave you enter the cave of the are gone calculator with. Its myriad spreadsheets. I entered. Because i wanted to kind of go through the numbers and understand myself because we are considering purchasing an electric vehicle about a year ago. We bought a two thousand two suburban that was converted into a camper and we used it to go camping last summer. It has been a disappointment in that. We have paid over eight thousand dollars in repairs. A new catalytic converter a new axle wheel bearing cv joints oil gaskets to try to solve the oil leak. This vehicle has a hundred and fifty thousand miles. Meanwhile we have two thousand fourteen bmw x. Three which also has one hundred and fifty thousand miles. And i have never done anything to the car except to replace the brakes tires in replaced the windshield couple years ago. We bought a prius that our daughter drives at school. That was her first hybrid that we bought and we've been very happy with that at our cabin. The roads are not great with all wheel drive vehicle with higher clearance so we can't really buy a tesla model three. It just wouldn't work. I was intrigued by the new ford. F one fifty lightning. This is a new electric vehicle. That will be coming out next spring. I actually put one hundred dollar deposit to be able to potentially order one. If i choose but i'm not sure i've never really gone through the math before we continue. Let me pause and share. Some words from wanted this week sponsors. I vanish i. Vanish is a virtual private network. A vpn for short a vpn helps you safely browse the internet you can use. Vpn on your computer tablet phone and when you use a vpn all your data is encrypted. What you're reading what you're searching what you're watching. Whatever it is you're doing here's what you get with. Ip vanish anonymous ip addresses. This means your personal. Ip address can't be tracked by anyone. On the web you'll get protection when using public wifi with ip vanish all your data's encrypted so no one can snoop on what you're doing you get twenty four seven support email them chow them even call them. They're there to help right now for listeners of the show. 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Many different assumptions is electric vehicles. Do not weigh twice as much as comparible internal combustion engine vehicles there's spreadsheet models out passenger cars suv's and up trucks. And i focused most of my analysis on pickup trucks. Because we are considering the ford lightning when i found in their model is electric vehicles including the battery way just a little bit more than internal combustion engine vehicles so in their motto a gasoline powered truck weighs roughly forty five hundred pounds and electric truck weighs about forty six hundred pounds now. Potentially the battery could way more than that. It could be another five hundred pounds for the battery in their model. What was the heaviest vehicle and this makes sense were hybrids a hybrid vehicle has both a battery and also a traditional internal combustion engine and the vehicle that weighs the most are plug in hybrid electric vehicles the prone i drove a plug in bmw x. Three at the dealership the other day just to see what it's like that vehicle can go thirty miles just on its battery. But it's plug in because the battery technology used in a traditional hybrid and plug in hybrid. Electric vehicle is different. The battery in the plug in electric vehicle tend to be larger than the batteries in a traditional hybrid vehicle and because the batteries larger. They way more. I went looking for actual models in production and one is the mini cooper which is by bmw. Its internal combustion. Engine version weighs twenty nine hundred pounds. The electric version weighs thirty one hundred pounds so about two hundred pounds more. The ford f one fifty lightning pickup truck weighs about sixty five hundred pounds which is about a thousand pounds more than the ford f one fifty with three point five liter engine the ford f one fifty lightning. The battery alone were way about eighteen hundred pounds but when we look at the greet model and go through the numbers. We'll see that. The energy efficiency of an electric truck is so much greater than internal combustion engine truck even if that electric truck weighs more thousand pounds more now if the truck way double. That's another matter. But that's not the case. They don't way double in the case of the ford f one fifty. It's about a thousand pounds more clearly a heavier vehicle. We'll use more energy but we can't compare a brand new electric vehicle with a very old journal combustion engine vehicle. We really need to do a brand new electric vehicle same model with its internal combustion. Engine sister so when we look at the actual energy being used from well to wheel so to produce the vehicles to produce the energy used to run the vehicles. What we see is that there's no competition. They have many different measurements in the spreadsheet. But i'll focus on btu's per mile and turn combustion. Engine truck uses about eighty six hundred b to use per mile two hundred percent more than electric. Which is twenty eight hundred and fifty. Btu per mile. The trinity for that truck is assuming the standard. Us energy mix which has about thirty seven percent natural gas twenty five percent coal twenty percent nuclear power and about seventeen percent renewables. And then there's some biomass in there and some residual oil two hundred percent more electricity for the internal combustion engine truck. The hybrid uses one hundred and thirty three percent more energy as measured by btu per mile than the electric version. And then the plug in hybrid. Electric version uses sixty eight percent. More i would have thought that a plug in hybrid or a traditional hybrid would be more energy efficient than they were but the electric is incredibly efficient. We need to look at different energy grids. And what i found was in the area of the. Us that is the most energy inefficient in terms of the type of input used to create. Trinity is the upper midwest nebraska. North dakota south dakota iowa minnesota they use forty three percent coal. Twelve percent. Renewables and the most efficient was the western. Us with seventeen percent coal and about forty two percent renewables. The difference for that electric truck in terms of btu per mile is in that upper midwest where there's a great deal more coal usage thirty four hundred. Eighty two per mile in the western. You ask the most efficient area. Twenty seven hundred. Btu promote so about six hundred b. two per mile difference in energy use between an inefficient grid. A grid that creates more emissions than one. That's more efficient that western mix so it does make a difference with regard to how the electricity is produced used to charge the electric vehicle. But it doesn't make enough difference to justify strictly from an energy use basis an internal combustion engine truck. They are significantly more inefficient than an electric truck. Of course the amount of energy consumed as just one way to look at it. What about the actual cost of owning the vehicle over time. And i look for different analyses for this and the best article i found was by roberto baldwin writing for car and driver. This came out and made twenty twenty titled e versus gas which cars are cheaper to own dated. Three year cost analysis. They were focusing on two vehicles that had an electric version and a gas powered version. The mini cooper and the hundai kona. Their analysis was based on forty five thousand miles so about fifteen thousand miles per year. They looked dat the main components that determine the cost of a car the maintenance the energy cost the depreciation and then what the car cost to buy before we continue. 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R. a. y. c. o. and dot com slash money for the maintenance. It's less for an electric vehicle. And they based their analysis on triple as twenty nineteen estimates of maintenance costs for different vehicles. Ford is saying their new ford lightning f one fifty will cost. Forty percent lasts than the gas powered version to maintain. There are just less parts for an electric vehicle. What they found in looking at the mini cooper and the on die. Kona was that maintenance was about thirty to forty percent more expensive to maintain the internal combustion engine vehicle for example the many gas-powered was eight cents per mile per total of three thousand eight hundred thirty nine dollars in maintenance. The electric was six point. Six cents per mile or twenty nine hundred and seventy dollars. These are cars that are only three years old. Presumably the older the car the more the gas powered vehicle will cost to maintain. Because there's just more parts to break but in even in the first three years. Electric vehicle was less expensive. Taking look at the energy costs. They assumed two dollars and forty four cents per gallon for gas for regular three dollars and eleven cents for premium per gallon. The mini requires premium. And they're kilowatt rate per hour was just under thirteen cents per kilowatt hour. Our power here in idaho is less than closer to eight cents per kilowatt hour. And that's certainly factors in. What does it cost in that case. Gas is still going to be more expensive. So they estimate. The total cost of gas for the mini. Cooper was four thousand four hundred. Seventy eight dollars. Over the three-year period they electric many was nine thousand. Nine hundred and thirty nine dollars. It costs twice as much for the gas powered version of the mini. Compared to the electric version. Terms of the energy cost for the hand eye. Kona was also twice as much thirty six hundred dollars for the gas seventeen hundred and twenty three dollars for electricity the next area and the one. That's probably the most difficult to estimate is the depreciation. It would be interesting to see in leasing both vehicles. What residual is the company. Assuming for an electric mini cooper versus a gas one. The reality is electric vehicles. Do cost more because of the battery. Technology and higher priced cars tend to have more depreciation from that aspect. They estimated that in the first three years a mini hardtop would suffer eighty nine hundred dollars in depreciation. The value of the car would fall by eighty nine hundred dollars compared to the price paid and the electric version. The mini would have thirteen thousand six hundred dollars. Have depreciation for the kona gas-powered about ten thousand six hundred dollars depreciation and the electric twelve thousand two hundred dollars so they're assuming the electric vehicles will depreciate more because they are more expensive one of the interesting stats in the argonne. Labs greet model is their estimate of lifetime. Vehicle miles traveled. They assumed that the internal combustion engine and hybrid version of the truck will travel one hundred. Eighty three thousand miles over its lifetime whereas the electric they only assume one hundred twenty eight thousand miles the presumably because at that point the batteries need to be replaced. And so there is an argument to suggest. Depreciations should be more for electric vehicles. Not only because they cost more because they don't necessarily last as long finally when they looked at what was the cost of the car. Cluding depreciation the energy costs and the maintenance that three year cost of ownership for the many electric was forty nine thousand. Three hundred and twelve dollars for the mini gas powered hardtop. It was forty one thousand four hundred fifty four dollars so about an eight thousand dollars difference now that was before a federal tax credit. Many countries give purchasers of electric vehicles a tax credit. And the us. It's seventy five hundred dollars. Although each manufacturer only get so many tax credits so one of the things we saw with the four. Lightning is not necessarily everyone that buys it will be able to get the tax credit but if you factor in the tax credit the three or cost of owning the electric many versus the gas powered about the same. The honda konno was a little different than total cost. before tax. credit total cost of ownership was fifty five thousand three hundred and eleven dollars for the electric vehicle and just under forty thousand for the gas powered so even after factoring in the elective tax credit. The gas powered hyundai is the better deal. Cost obviously is just one aspect one of the things that attracts me to an electric vehicle. Is they're just quiet. I like cars. That are quiet that the engine doesn't make any noise. some people pick up trucks. Because they're not quite. They like the cars to be noisy for the engine to roar one of the options as we were building this above overland camper was wet type of exhaust system. Do we want in other words. How much noise want a truck to make. But i like it. Quiet another aspect. Is i like the idea of generating a smaller carbon footprint with the electric and clearly. The electric vehicle is extremely more efficient from that aspect. I like the lower maintenance cost and and not just the cost. I just find it. Extremely frustrating to get cars fixed. Have to keep taking the car to the shop and having them fixed something else on this suburban. I like not having to fix cars good downside. He'd electric vehicles the range. The ford lightning potentially only goes to three hundred miles. Some electric vehicles have a smaller range than that. And then there's the inconvenience of charging and have to plot out you trip to make sure you get charged. That something that concerns lapel. She kind of likes the the hybrid version. But again when you start factoring in the greater efficiency of an electric versus a plug in hybrid electric or a traditional hybrid. Electric is way more efficient. And maybe it justifies that inconvenience right now. The electric vehicles are more expensive. They will not always be a recent price survey by bloomberg any f- found that the average price per kilowatt hour for a lithium. ion battery. Pack fell to one hundred and thirty seven dollars in twenty twenty down thirteen percent from one hundred and fifty seven dollars in two thousand nineteen ten years ago. Those batteries sold for eleven hundred dollars per kilowatt hour price parody between a electric vehicle and a internal combustion. Engine vehicle is estimated to be about a hundred dollars per kilowatt hour. If that's what the battery pack cost and bloomberg's analysts expect that battery makers will get to that mark in two thousand twenty three of one hundred and one dollars per kilowatt hour. The battery about thirty percent of the cost electric vehicle so as battery technology improves. The cost of electric vehicles will go down to be more price competitive relative to internal combustion engine over the life cycle of the car that is a compelling case to own if you can overcome the inconvenience factor of having to charge the car if you take a lot of long trips if you don't travel long distances then it's in my mind a fairly easy decision if you're concerned about the potential climate impact of driving a vehicle. We're going to sell the suburban taking in to get it repaired one more time. We certainly have all the paperwork that will share to the potential buyers. But one of the things that you're seeing. We saw this last week as we were driving around car. Lots is that there are not a whole lot of vehicles out there. Due to semiconductor shortages that toyota lot was practically empty. And because of that. The price of used cars have spiked. There's also a shortage of recreation vehicle just so our hope is if we could sell the suburban. Show him the paperwork. That will be able to recoup most of our cost because the build out specialists ab- overland their wait list is october twenty. Twenty two if you want. A new survey overland converted suburban. You have to wait until october of next year. So we'll see if we can get our money out of it and then we're just going to wait and see we'll go with the one car pro. I will share. And maybe we'll go with the four lightning. Maybe we'll do an electric vehicle. We definitely needs something that has all wheel. Drive and high clearance. I'm leaning toward the electric. Because they're quiet because there's lower maintenance because they use less energy and i'm willing to pay a premium for that for now even if there's the inconvenience of having to charge id as we travel and that's episode three forty six. Thanks for listening to the episode if you'd like to learn more about investing becoming better investor there's two ways that can help with that. 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Why Self-Love Can Help With Your Health And Weight Loss

Half Size Me

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Why Self-Love Can Help With Your Health And Weight Loss

"Half size me episode. Four zero six brought to you by the half size me program we've got four distinct modules is to help you break free and start taking action in your life to get in and start working through the modules and even to get a support partner. GO TO HALF SIZE DOT com forward slash. Join they come on as it feels good. You could be uh-huh Hello win welcome back to an ASS coach Heather episode. Who is this coach? Heather I hear you saying and I would love to tell you who I am. I am somebody who's personally I struggle with my weight. The majority of my life starting around the age of eight and it progressively got worse and of course did all the typical dieting things things I had my own struggles with binge eating and then when I hit my highest weight having my son in two thousand six well over three hundred pounds I decided you know what I want to do something different. I don't WanNa keep trying quick weight loss methods which by the way quick just wanted to find this for you. Quick is not spending ten years looking for the fast solution to weight loss trying every night under the Sun and somehow miraculously gaining somewhere in the ballpark of eighty pounds as opposed to losing slow. Oh weight loss just want to point this out. It's low weight. Loss of losing say one pound per month would have been twelve pounds a year times ten years. I would have been a hundred and twenty dollars but you know it if you would ask me in my twenties. If I would be willing to do that I would have looked at you like you had grown a third eyeball been like water. Are you smoking because to me. That's something I could not wrap my mind around. What do you mean lose a pound a month or year crazy you how long? It's GonNa take me but I couldn't. You can see that I was going to spend ten years diet cycling and ultimately getting to my highest weight. I couldn't see that then now I have a totally different perspective obviously sleep but then I couldn't so anyway I got to that. Highest weight decided to really start changing. My habits and behaviors decided that the weight loss could take as long as it needed to take. Because I was going to do this differently. I focused on the end in mind. Maintenance was my focus not weight loss. I lost weight a bunch of times it. It always came back with friends. If I wanted this way to stay off. I had to figure out a way that I could keep up with it so seeing maintenance as my focus not loss changed it for me. So then I got to my goal weight in twenty twelve and maintaining it ever since and as I've been sharing here on the show I got a little bit outside of what I like liked to call my maintenance range one fifty one sixty and I'm in the progress of getting back to my goal range by January twenty twenty because guess what that's my eight year arena versity and it's going to be the eight year anniversary of the show as well so I'm really excited about that now. Today we have a wonderful coaching. Call all with Celia she has had her own struggles with weight. She wants to get down a little bit for her wedding and we talk a lot about the habits that she could start to build in so this is really good for those of you who might be struggling with say. The holidays are coming a weddings coming. And maybe in your mind you're thinking. Let me do that fast. Weight loss thing. Please hear that last little bit. I shared with you about that whole ten year. Really think about that before we go down that avenue weight loss. I we did so many things thinking this is going to make it quicker. Fast and efficient. Didn't quite go that way because unfortunately we're not wired that way with food we can only seriously restrict for certain period of time and then eventually we might start to feel resentful frustrated and then it backfires so we want to be really cautious and that doesn't even account I'm for someone who might struggle with binge eating or some other kind of eating disorder so try as hard as that push might be there. Try to remember that it's more important. How how much you get to keep off versus how much you lose in? How fast you lose it? You redefine success for yourself then. This whole game changes changes for me. It used to be lose as much weight as I can as quickly as I can but when I pivoted to maintenance being my focus I started to say that's not important important. Heather was important is okay you lose fifty pounds. How long do you get to keep that off? If that became my focus. It totally changed how I went about doing the daily actions. So we're going to CECELIA's coaching call before I do. I do have some great questions that were submitted from our VIP subscribers. I am VIP is totally free. All you have to do is go to have seismic dot com forward slash VIP. You'll be on the newsletter and trust me when I tell you come January you are going to want to be on that. VIP Newsletter Daisy is my co writer. You haven't seen daisy. You're missing out. She is adorable. She's on my instagram. She actually goes with me walks a lot of times when I do my youtube videos. She is in the community all the time I take pictures of her ensure my personal blog on the forums but anyway she is a little spot it called daisy public service announcements and believe you me. She's got a lot of good stuff to say. I kind of helped a little bit there with that but it is good stuff. So you're GONNA WANNA be on that. VIP newsletter once. You're there. There's a couple ways that I can help you. One hit reply the emails come in I get those put together for me so I can cover them in in the interest of the show. The other thing that I offer up is a Free Twenty Minute coaching session to a few people that get selected. So you fill out a short form form. It goes into a pool. I look it over I pull a couple of people and then we set up a time to call and to do that coaching session. So I just want to make sure if you want any of that ability to get that kind of help you need to go to house is me dot com forward slash. Vip Let's dive into your questions and then go into our coaching coaching call with Cecilia. Aren't so this first. One comes from Christiana. She he says hi Heather. I'm in need of some help. I know the saying you can only help yourself well. In February of two thousand seventeen I joined weight watchers at work program where I work and did very well on losing eighty pounds. My starting weight was to sixty one in January of this year. The program was discontinued because of lack of people. Aw well to say the least I have not been following the program as I was along with starting a new position at my company and I am not exercising like I had had been resulting in me putting back on twenty five pounds of the original weight that I lost. I have lost my knowledge or I guess you could say support from like minded people that are going along in this journey with me. I feel as though I am freefalling or spiraling out of control with it. Where do I start at the point to regain that control? Any other advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance. And this was submitted via facebook. Okay so Christina. I am actually going to share with you. You something that I put in the half size me community. We have a forum and honestly that's one thing you could definitely look into is joining some kind of a support group loop that's online because it sounds like for whatever reason you guys didn't have the attendance or couldn't be continued but I was asked by one of our community members what makes some people successful zestful. And what makes some people regain the wait. What what is the difference and I put a list together of the things I saw as being the differentiator is between those who do and those who do not so I put one is that you have to check off your habits every day? They got you where you are. Do not allow your ego arrogance or life changes. Make you think you do not need to do. Those behaviors do not let complacency get in the way of doing those behaviors. This in of itself sounds so simple however doing this day in and day out over the course of years opens up the door to both. It can be so difficult to do you those small habits daily because we feel we've accomplished something major people struggle with a rebellious toddler like feeling regarding having to do these habits. We may falsely believe. We shouldn't have to do these things anymore. That's where this whole thing go. Sideways weight loss is not something that you will ever walkaway from just as you brush your teeth balance your checkbook put on your clothes. Go to work eat breakfast and all of the other repetitive habits. You do every day. The habits ebbets for your weight loss will have to become the same when people are working toward a weight loss goal. They feel excited about doing these behaviors but once they've gotten there and there's less and less excitement they start to ask why why they should have to do it. There is no longer a reward for doing it and slowly. They let go of the very the actions that got them to their goal. They may believe they should be good enough at doing the habits by now. They falsely believe that they don't need to do them anymore. And this is where the cycle goal of weight regain becomes into play. The second thing I believe make some successful versus others is connection to support. Groups were partner. That understands the struggle. This path is a very lonely place to be and it comes with its own set of issues we are collectively doing things that go against the grain and it is not with. The general population focuses on or even understands. Many people may feel that they have a set of tools that have helped them get to their goal weight and that quote should should be good enough. I often hear people say I know what to do. I'm just not doing it. Knowledge and tools is not the problem. What is the problem? Is people isolating themselves in trying to go at this alone. The third big thing I see successful people do is they do not hide in shame. They share when they are struggling. They ask for help and they reach out. Isolation not speaking your truth and feeling shame is a recipe for a backslide. This is why You've seen me over and over again. Share with the half size me community when I have had a backslide myself I never have gained a large amount of way back because because I share when it happens right away I know hiding and doing it on my own does not work. I lean into the community instead of pulling away from it. Weight gain gain will happen. It is a guarantee it is more important to know your plan to deal with the weight gain versus trying to avoid it. Everyone spends so much time trying to avoid weight gain that they don't have a solid plan for how to deal with it when it occurs the fourth thing I see that makes people successful is. They've decided that they will not be via statistic. They create healthy weight parameters for themselves. They learn how to stop gaining weight when it goes in an upward direction. The understand that if they keep the majority any of their weight off they are doing a good job. They opt out of listening to negative information about weight. Regain and decide that they're going to be one of those that does keep it off the fifth thing I see successful. People do the accept that this is their struggle. They stop expecting it to disappear. Go Away they see others that have different points of struggle. Argonne realize this is just the one that life has given them by accepting this they make it easier on themselves to do what they must do to stay healthy because they are not comparing pairing themselves to others and wishing for different reality they're actually able to take consistent daily action to keep themselves in a good place those that feel resentment and frustration. Shen over what others get to eat or that they are normal eaters and lament that they are not make it much harder on themselves and self sabotage those is that can't accept that they are not fixed are not only having to do the daily habits and actions but they're also contending with a negative mindset around doing those behaviors so based on everything that I've shared here successful maintaining of weight comes down to one sticking with your habits no matter what ignore your ego and avoid complacency place in the two key connection with others that understand. This journey. Isolation is not helpful for the struggle number three. Don't hide when weight gain happens. Assume it will share your truth. Don't let your mind make you believe that you shouldn't share because of quote no one will understand quote you lost fill in the blank pounds owns and you should know what you're doing by now or quote I can't tell others because it will let them down or make them question if they can do it for make up your mind that you are and will be successful decide that if one person in the entire world is capable of doing this then why can't you five except that this is your struggle and you I will not be fixed. You will need to continuously manage your condition. I share this with you because if I were to guess some of these things might be going on your mind space or might have gone through your thought process as you've been gaining some of this way back so I would encourage you to think about one dusting off. That list of habits fits that. You need to do to finding some kind of support in some way whether you make up your own group meeting with your friends and you guys hold each other accountable whether you find online support community like half's is me or one similar to that. Whatever it is you're gonNA need to connect with like minded people share out loud? What's going on? Don't hide in secret and then accept that this is the struggle. It just means you're going to have to work a little harder but there might be other things that are really easy for you. Oh that maybe other people struggle with so this is just the one thing that you've got a little bit more attention on now. If you want to know what I might have to help you you may want to my teaching teaching toolkit fight the weight gain. It's all about this. It's about getting you back on track. Getting you unstuck helping you to figure out where the weight regain came. I'm from and trying to avoid it happening like this in the future. So that's something that I have in my store that would be of help to right now but you can always feel free to let me. We know if you need to join the community as well. We can see what we can do to help you with that all right the next email. I'm not sure if you read this but I said I would send you an email as a gift to myself self once. I hit one ninety nine and finally after eleven months I did it. My name is also heather. I hit my highest weight last last year at two hundred forty pounds after telling myself. I didn't want to go up past two thirty five. Heather I need you to know. I haven't been below two hundred ponds since high school when I was fourteen years old. I am thirty now and have struggled with my weight often on for several years. I found your podcast about two years years ago but didn't fully immerse myself into all of this until about a year after I have been listening to your podcasts religiously. Every single Monday through Friday on my way to work in the morning for these entire eleven months I want to reach twenty more pounds lost to be at one eighty and I think I'd like to stay at that between one eighty and one nine hundred for awhile. I know I technically did all of this hard work but I just want you to know how much your show means to me and that you're truly making a difference prince in people's lives. I'm not sure how I would have done this if it weren't for you and your show I'm so proud of myself and feeling stronger and it's all thanks to you. I just I just want you to know that I'm going to keep listening and going to keep trying and I really WanNa lose the weight for the last time. Thank you so much from my heart. Best regards Heather Heather her. You know how proud I am of you because I've already emailed you personally but I want to give you a huge shout out here on the show. I'm extremely proud of you for putting in the time the effort and the energy to improve your situation and to work for something you really wanted and I have absolutely no doubt. You're going to email email me when you get down to that one eighty however long it takes for you to get there you know. I'm rooting for you and I'm totally in your corner. Thank you for reaching out to me and and you my dear have done all this work but I am so honored to know that I've walked on this journey with you all right so this came from facebook ginny. She says I I am not new but I feel like I want a new fresh start. What would you tell someone wanting to get control of their eating and their life who just discovered this facebook group and the podcast podcast? What advice would you give them? or how would you tell them to go about getting started so ginny. That's a great question. If I was going to talk to you one on one right now what I would ask. You is one what your goals are so we would write out all of your goals and from that we would start to put together a plan of action. Well I'M GONNA go on the assumption from what you put here that for you probably weight loss would be one of your goals. So if we're thinking weight loss we go okay. Well then what is the most impactful tactful thing that you can do to help with weight loss and that would be food. Food is always the most impactful so I would. Then once we list out goals and the next step would be. Let's let's figure out what it is. You're doing with food right now. So without you trying to change anything doing what you always do. Your normal eating whatever that looks like I would ask that you write it down that you journal it paper and Pencil that you get on my fitness pal. Lose it some kind of free APP and you just go through your day and write down what you eat and if you did that for a couple weeks maybe two and then also monitor your weight as you go. Is Your weight so day one in your weights at two hundred pounds on day fourteen. It's two hundred pounds what we could assess from what we've collected is more than likely the food composition in what you're eating is kind of keeping you in a maintenance range if your weight trended up you would say okay. I probably eating a little bit more than maintenance and if it started to turn down which can happen just because the people are becoming more self aware of their food choices. Then you know that you're in a deficit and then ultimately what we would do is we would just make modifications based on that. Make six small changes so right now. Maybe you're going through starbucks for breakfast. And you're getting really high-calorie muffin. We might look and see. Could you eat less of those muffins or Oles of a large signs of Muffin or less of a large coffee or maybe at lunch. You're eating fast food could we. Maybe a couple of days of the week take a lunch and we would start to slowly change out habits. That are not helping you with your calorie budget. But that's a very simple thing. Goals track what you eat. It's normally for two weeks. Monitor your scale. Wait see where you fall with that information then start to make changes and then literally. You're everyone's everyone's pretty savvy. If I were to say right now everyone rip out a sheet of paper and a pencil and write down all of the eating behaviors. You have that you know or not helping you. Most of you could make a master list not meal planning. I'm impulsively purchasing food pantry at night on eating multiple. Servings I mean my kids leftovers stover's you probably can make me a nice master list of all of the behaviors. You do pretty routinely that don't help and then what we would do is we would start to slowly. We change those we just okay. Well if you're eating off your plate what could we start to do to minimize that. Maybe having your kid take their plate to the kitchen maybe asking seeing them to scrape it into the trash. We can make certain modifications. And that's really we're one on one. Coaching is the most helpful because I can curtail all of those things to a specific person versus a general population. But you could do it for yourself. You've got that list start asking yourself. What can I change to make these habits get better? So that's what I I would encourage you to think about very simple very straightforward not overly complicated okay so missy asks from facebook. Do you have any podcasts. That deal with finding my my y or coaching tools to help with this. So missy in the community we do a thirty day. Challenge your thirty days of Y.. And that it really helps most people zero in on it because every day. They're showing up in writing their Y. That is extremely helpful. But it's not a product that's in my store you would need to pick up module dual of our program and then you would also be getting the community sport and we do run that challenge what we want to think about with your. Why is don't look for one huge Y for some people? Oh I got type two diabetes or my doctor said that my health is really bad or there might be a big for some people might be a big. Why would I often courage when people we're looking for take a note ped- with you for two weeks and keep it with you in every time you have to consider your body in making a decision station? For example I had taken on a coaching client and we were trying to talk about her. Why and she says well? I don't have a real big. Why and I said okay? I said we'll what is it that you feel like you're not doing that is limiting you. She's like well. It just got invited to my reunion and I kind of hesitated because it didn't all those people to see me so she was thinking talking about her body and other people's perceptions so that's part of her. Why is limiting your exposure to people limiting your exposure to events limiting your exposure hoosier to activities because deep down inside? You don't feel comfortable in your body those all need to be in the why because it's subtle title. It's not extreme. It's not like she can't go to work every day and she can't do the things but she's having to consider her body in the grand scheme of things and it's really not making her live a full life so for your wife You keep that paper with you all through the week. It might be you go to this restaurant and you look at the chairs ego can comfortably get in that bright down. I WANNA it comfortably be able to sit in restaurants. That was one for me for sure. I wanted to be a set movie seats comfortably. Restaurant booze comfortably idea. It won't have to ask for an extension on seatbelt at the airport. There can be all those little things and sometimes day to day we kind of numb out from it becomes our normal but the reality is those little things on a day to day basis. This really do add up. I didn't want my knees to hurt when I made my kids in the Tub I had to get on my knees to aid them. I didn't want that anymore. So that went on my sheet like I had a lot of little wise is written out and those to me or just as important as one big audacious. Why and that's what you WANNA remember? When you're focusing on that our last question came from Meghji says I've been listening to your podcast for several months and while I haven't listened to every episode I already learned so much I know you spend a lot of time making and creating healthy food relationship for children? This is extremely important to me and my husband. We're both overweight and stopping the obesity cycle before it reaches. My children is a major y for me when it comes to my way journey. I have two children who are six and three and I'm having a really hard time figuring out the right balance for them between every day and fun foods. My three year old is extremely picky and due to health concerns over the past year. We have allowed him much more flexibility when it comes to what and when he eats he receives a bone marrow zero transplant and nine twenty one eighteen. He is now doing quite well. And I want to reinstate some healthy limits with him in terms of food additionally my daughter who is six understands the difference between mealtime foods and treat snack foods and is constantly pushing the envelope on. How many treats and snacks she can have? How do I handle treats after predinner? I've heard you shouldn't tie after dinner treats to finishing your plate but I know she would forego most of the healthy food on her dinner plate and just just wait until her after dinner treat which is usually a low sugar popsicle or an individual serving pack of cookies through experience. I know she will come back in in an hour and complain about being hungry. Cue The mom guilt and I will offer some relatively healthy options but the end of the day she is surviving mostly on snack foods. I I want to incentivize eating good dinner foods without creating a clean plate club or complex just for background here are are normal strategies for mealtime fix a child portion of dinner for each child. Everyone gets a little bit of everything and is being offered. But I try to offer a little more or less based on individual preferences second are usually available. If you finish everything on your plate second do not have to be finished in order to get an after dinner. Treat if you want an after dinner treat you need to finish your plate or at least the vast majority of it. We discussed with our six year old. That if you leave large amounts of food on your plate that you cannot get a treat and there's nothing else to eat until breakfast. She will often negotiate. How many more bites? She has to take which is a little bit of a Red Flag to me. We say the same about her three-year-old but he just nods and I don't think he really gets it until recently he would end up with a bedtime snack. But we're having some success weaning him off that and my handling this correctly shouldn't even be offering. Dinner treats on a daily basis. What about other treats that come along during the week lollipops on Friday at daycare? ACR- cupcakes at school. Should those be considered the daily treats and additions to what we do at home with love your thoughts make all right so mag let me first off. Give give you a hug until you as a mom. You're doing as much right as you can. Based on your knowledge right now so let go of the dreaded mom guilt so I am I am releasing my new podcast. Healthy parents equal healthy families. It's going to be January twenty twenty and I think I'm going to drop it as an entire season episodes so that is one thing you'll definitely want to check out between now and then what I would encourage you to go to is the Ellen Sadder Institute and there is is a book that I highly recommend you read. It is called a your child's weight helping without harming it's a great book about the division of responsibility and I am no way. Perfect is want to be very clear on the front end. I myself have obviously had my own struggles with weight. I've got my own issues. That did I battle on a routine basis with food so I am doing the best I can but I am modifying things as I learn new things and making improvements and I think that's important as parents. We don't have to know the answers but as we become more knowledgeable and find new things we can change we can grow and we can be honest with our kids and tell them that so with your daughter water one of the things that are recommend this division of responsibility would be that you put all the food on the table and she gets elected since she's holding out for the popsicle they. They do recommend that you give individual servings of desert with the meal and that basically when she consumes it she can come back and second and my youngest sons sons that to me the other day mom I really WanNa make sure I have a little bit of room for my treat. Could I have an income back for seconds if I want them and I said sure. So it's it's a letting go oh of a little bit of the control. But where is the parent have complete control purchasing the food cooking the food making the food available at certain times so if on that had on the table your kid likes pasta. So maybe there's pasta maybe there's cooked peas. Maybe there's raw carrots. Maybe there's cooked chicken. There's all these different things. Different family members like well they can serve themselves as much or little as they want and they see you putting together your plate with vegetables and the proteins on this and that and they can kind of start to serve themselves. But where was your control. You may be chose to cook all the food at home. You made a meal that you feel is generally generally healthy and has a lot of really good components to it. This is the meal and then if your daughter comes back later and says she's hungry you could always offer up to her to to re create another plate from the leftovers. Just put the leftovers in there or have or fix a plate and she can eat that and if she knows that that food is there and there is no scarcity around food food and she's already had her treat she can eat if she's truly hungry and here's a discussion. I had with my oldest. He's my most picky when it comes to certain foods he would would always say to me. Mom I'm hungry and I'd say I'd put vegetables on slate and he would say well I don't Wanna eat that will then you're not really hungry and I said I'll know you're really hungry when you eat Zucchini. When Day? He had been during a lot of physical. Activity comes back in and he says to me. Mom I'm hungry. I'm willing to eat Zucchini so when a child is quote unquote Hungary and not not just craving something. They'll eat the mashed potatoes and the chicken. And the PS low eat a regular plate of food. If they're just wanting degrees and pick it staffer you know just wanting to eat what they want when they want it. That's not true hunger right and they'll say I really don't want that. So with the parent the option is. What do you offer up? What are the Neal Times? What are the foods available? And the child's option is to eat or not eat and how much of those foods that they're going to eat but really we don't. We don't want to mix mix into their area of control so again. This is a great book it was written by somebody who is actually registered Dietitian. It is written for parents to know how to better utter feed their children again. That is your child's weight helping without harming birth through adolescence. I would encourage parents to read this. If you're struggling with this issue it has. I've been a huge help to me. I've even changed how I'm feeding my kids and we're having mealtime. It's been a great blessing so just want to encourage you to check it out but please go with the guilt Elton. Worry no that you're doing the best you can right now. We can all learn growing. Get better but you're doing what you know to do. And you're trying to make a change and the fact that you've been reached out to ask the question means you're a really good parent you love your kids and you want to see them thrive so hugs to you. I can't even imagine what you've gone through with the bone bone marrow transplants. And everything like that. I know that you're doing the best that you can in. This is just one more resources and more ideas to help guide you through this journey. Aren't that's going to wrap up our VIP cautions if you WanNa submit one for me in the future just go ahead and get on the VIP newsletter. That's at half size me dot com Tom Ford Slash VIP and hit replied to submit your question to any of the emails. I send you now. We're going to go into my coaching. Call with Celia. I just blend mention one thing. If my voice sounds a little bit off is because this was prerecorded a little while back and I was actually sick at the time. So I know that's GonNa seem like a weird transition to go for a me here now and the me of the past. That was sick but I just wanted to give you a heads up on that. So there's nothing wrong with your sound you'll have to adjust just anything. You guys have a great week. Enjoyed this coaching call. And I'll talk to you soon. All Right Ladies and gentlemen. I have a lovely guest with us today day. I Have Miss Cecilia Online. Cecilia I'm GonNa let you say hello to everybody and then dive into what you've been struggling with. Okay sure so how everyone. I'm Cecilia and what. I've been struggling. Most recently with is the balanced with loving myself as I am versus Wanting to change myself to become healthier fitter center. I think that it stems from when I was younger. I was a dancer. And there's this pressure when you are a dancer to be as thin as you can be because then you can jump higher you can stretch. It's more a I mean this is. This is what my teachers are telling me right so I went on weight watchers. Very young and for me it was kind of like a game. Like how few points wait. Can I eat in the day and I became anorexic so as soon as I started eating again I gained all this weight and I haven't been able to loosen Kim so fast forward About fifteen twenty years and here I am so With this body positive movement which so I think is absolutely fantastic. You know loving yourself as you are and knowing that you deserve to have fun that you deserve to be loved as you are. I think is is absolutely wonderful yet. My wedding is coming up and I would love to be able to have an adventurous honeymoon where I am fit and strong enough to do everything that I want to do. So that's basically where I am right now and you've been a little bit of an unusual background compared to say maybe the the average person because coming from dancers background. It's kind of like when somebody comes in from a professional sports background right a lot of times. What you do you to your body to get primed for that sport is not what we would call sustainable or maintainable? I mean if you look at how professional professional athletes train and eat. They have what we call off season and on season. Because what they're doing to get their bodies primed for the competition It's almost like that's the full time job. And so we can really struggle with becoming kind of a normal everyday person going from being a dancer a professional sports player too. Now I'm going to be a wife and maybe have kids and WanNa live a normal life and it's letting go a little bit of that thought process us. They got you condition to be a dancer. Could probably did it for a very long time. How how many years did you invest in the dancing? I danced from the time that I was three all the way through college which I had actually gained weight in high school and was What one would consider an overweight dancer in college while I was not that overweight at Paul But yeah I danced for I guess that would be about nineteen years so yeah absolutely as soon as you stop dancing dancing. Every every day of the week five days a week then you know your body at us to adjust and it's difficult to kind of go from the athletic lifestyle. You're active every day and to now. I'm in a desk job where I don't have the opportunity to have as much. That's fun exercising as I used to. Although that is changing for me now I just signed the adult dance class. I am learning fun again. You know in that way way which is wonderful but yeah it's an adjustment absolutely and you also shared something really important. You said you didn't have an eating disorder you struggle with interrupts the and I'm assuming. Did you do inpatient treatment. No actually In fact my parents they they were not very supportive and they didn't really I guess. See the signs. I hid hid it from him very well so back then in watchers back in the day they didn't have on. You know the online that you could log so I would lie on my paper DOT. My mom would check and I would say oh. Yeah totally to slices of pizza at dinner and when in fact they probably had like half a one and a whole bunch of carrots. And I don't know if you remember. They were like these diet chips that were like pointing out meat out of some some oil. I have no idea. You're you're right so I eat so no I. I actually had figure that out myself in therapy once I became an adult. So here's what's Great. I do love the body positive movement and I think there's a lot of really good stuff being proposed in that. I don't think there has to be a divorce between healthy habits and loving your body. As a matter of fact I think that they can actually merged together very well. What I do see is people on on both extremes going in and completely opposite direction to be body? Positive means maybe you go through your donuts and doritos phase. And you don't stress about what you eat and you don't think about uh where as person on the other side can be almost worth a wreck. Sick they're micromanaging. Everything they put in their mouth and they're afraid to eat. And so we can have have two diametrically opposed types of people or we can kind of find the positive in both merge them together and. That's where I kind of want to fall with this. I think that doing doing everything from a perspective of motherly love and caring for your body. Kind of like you know if you think about with a pet or a child you don't just let them eat garbage all day long you you want them to eat a healthy balanced diet. You take them to the vet and get checkups you take them for walks to get exercise. These are things you do as a loving caring parent or pet owner. Well a lot of times we don't give ourselves the same love and care that we do to these other people outside of us. And that's what I think we need to do. And with loving loving parental care also comes boundaries. Like for instance. My kids don't eat candy and doughnuts. The time they get up to the time they go to bed. Do they have them. Yes but we always prioritize the nutritious food so right now I know this wedding is a concern for you and I've actually had this question. Come up many times times about weddings. Getting Ready for weddings. With where you are right now with weight with your concerns with your body. How much time do you have before the wedding? And what are some of the habits and behaviors. You see that you would want to change. So I've eleven more months until the wedding and I actually Signed up for weight watchers few months ago and they're programs completely changed. I decided that if it was gonNA trigger me I was going to quit and I was not going to do that. And I was gonna find something else l.. But with their their new program they have so much more faith that are free and ballpoint and I am vegetarian so I find that it works. It's really well with my lifestyle so I have lost a few pounds that way so in the next eleven months. I'm really hoping just to become more fit. and and focus that way and in that in that activity and focusing on my healthier eating patterns that hopefully the weight will come off and and I will become stronger and healthier so I I have an eight K.. That I signed up for in November and I'm hoping to find the balance in in my life to Jane for that and I'm hoping really just to cook more at home and that's where I get in trouble a lot and I know that's a struggle for others as well all all right so cooking your cooking more at home. I hear. You're maybe going to want to train for this race and it sounds like the new system with weight watchers feels was like its gelling really well with the way you currently and you're not feeling like you have to restrict what you're eating and things of that nature. Yeah yeah so really what it. It sounds like as you're wanting to build in these habits to help you get where you want to go. And and so if we're thinking about cooking more and training for a race we you would wanNA start baby steps and so right now. About how much are you cooking every. Let's say day. Whoa how many meals a day are you cooking for yourself i? I'd probably one. I tend to have something Like pre packaged or frozen for lunch. which is not a great option and then I I tend to cook dinner and either meal prep for a few days or have salads each night? So yeah I absolutely would love to find the time and and and make the habit to cook more and so right now. What does that process? Look like for you when is it. You're generating a meal plan. And and when are you going grocery shopping. Does that system look like in your life so I don't actually have a system set up which is probably a great place. Nice to start. I go to the grocery store when I am low on food and I kind of try to plan out what I'm GonNa make for the week. It's not an ingrained habit in me yet and it's not something that I've been successful when I've tried to plan like sometimes I will plan go to the store. Pick everything up and cook it and then I will decide to go out with friends instead or just. The food goes on E. N.. Right right okay. So it sounds like. There's a disconnect in your honesty with the planning. We're you're saying I think I'M GONNA actually eat all this stuff that's not gonna going to happen. I'm actually going to go out with my friends so with meal. Planning the reason that most people don't stick with it and I actually have an entire course on this is because because of the disconnect between what they think they should be doing what they they believe as quote unquote correct and what they actually do so. I've coached many many people where they'll say. Oh I've got these great meal plans and they do like on paper looks fantastic. But they don't actually implement it so it's kind of worthless right when you really think. Think about it so your meal plan needs to actually reflect your current reality so what that means is if I were to go back over the last month. Okay so let's say we. We went all the way back through the middle of April every single week. Are you eating out two or three times a week for dinner. Yeah okay so on your meal L. Plan step number one is going to be blocking out three nights of eating out okay. Because that's your current reality all right which means you really only got to come up with four dinesh. Let's have dinner. Does that sound about right. Yeah Okay so four nights are now normally run out of food. Do you just randomly go during the week or do you try. Tried to push it off to the weekend. When is your schedule? Available for Grocery shopping The grocery stores right on my way home from work so I'll just pop by after work I can. I can really go anytime and do you like to do during the week so that way on the weekend. You don't have to mess with it. Yeah so let's think about this. If we we were to say create a meal plan by Tuesday of every week would you wanNA maybe plan on going on Wednesday. Do you have any other obligations Wednesday night. No yeah and I can go on Wednesday nights right now. You said you have a desk job. Is that correct. Or How do you get notifications when things are you in in or when you have meetings to attend how do you find out all that. Yeah email okay so you have emails. Did you have a work calendar that you use. Yeah okay in. All the meetings are on there to add. Hurry everything yes okay. So here's what I'd like you to do on Tuesday at work. You can put private appointment if you want. I want you to make a private standing appointment with yourself to make the meal plan. And if it's part of your work day and you see it on their d think you might be more willing to do do it. Yes I absolutely okay. So I want that to be a reoccurring event on Tuesday so a lot of these events you can schedule them to be reoccurring and it'll show uh-huh every day or once a week things like that. I want to make that reoccurring and then for Wednesday afternoon when you leave I want you to have a reoccurring personal appointment to to go to the grocery store and that way we can build in the habit and like I said this meal plan does not have to be fancy schmancy right it just has to kind of be an honest reflection of what you think you're GonNa do and then on Wednesday you pick up the groceries that go with it. Does that feel doable. Yes it does. So that's going to be the beginnings winnings of you becoming a consistent planner becoming a consistent grocery shopper. Okay because in theory you should go into the grocery store about once a week because produce produce can only survive for so long before it starts to go bad so in theory within seven days you're going to need or at least replenish your fresh produce if nothing else so we wanted to be doing that now with this meal plan. The very first thing we're going to do is block out three nights of eating out currently the four nights you eat at home you. You said you're eating salads. Is that correct family. There's sometimes I'll make Like beans and Rice or Tofu and vegetables It really just depends on my mood but if I hadn't meal prep I would have a salad. I always ask salad for right now. I want you. I want this to be an honest reflection so for at least two weeks all I really want you to do is build in the habit of writing down the meal plan and going to the grocery store. We're not going to worry about changing the meal plan so just getting you consistent about. Here's my seven nights of dinners. Here's my seven nights of lunches and it really should look like what you've been doing up to this point. Don't make any changes of its beans and rice. Tofu salad whatever it you normally eat. That's what I WANNA see on there for two weeks so if today is Tuesday and you start today you go to the grocery store tomorrow then the next week you do the same thing but then come the third week what we WANNA do. IS WE WANNA to look to start making a change. Okay so if you really go you know. I don't love eating out four nights a week or I'm sorry three nights a week. I really want to eat at home a little bit more or the nights that I am eating at home. I WANNA try some different recipes. WERE NOT GONNA wholesale change on that third week. What we're GONNA GONNA DO is pick out one recipe? Okay and what you do. is you either say okay. This is going to replace one of my nights of eating out and I'm GonNa just drop it down to two nights the beating out. I'm a try this new recipe that night instead or I'm going to keep the same amount nights of eating out but I'm going to go ahead and try one of these new recipes. Is that what you're kinda looking to do. is to bring in some new foods and experiment with some different things definitely. Yes and what about lunch and breakfast or they pretty much the same everyday. No not necessarily breakfast is usually the same lunch either leftovers from what I cooked previously or like. I said I'll do frozen lunch. Okay okay so eventually you went to phase out the froze online. Is that the other goal. Yes I'm gonNA give you a little pre wedding gift. I am going to give you. I have a coaching cast called stop dieting and start losing and this is A. I'M A B with you for thirty one days Thirty One day audio coaching situation. And and what we're GONNA do as you and I are. Starting the Framework here that coaching cast is going to help you continue to make these improvements that were setting in motion Shen today. Yeah absolutely because what I WANNA do is I mean. You've had a really rough background with the ANOREXIA and with with all of the body dis- morpheus not that. No doubt is going on and really what I WANNA teach you and it's GonNa Take More than just one coaching call. Would I really wanted to teach you. Is How to continuously evaluate wait. Your habits continue to build and healthy habits and really learn the structure on how to do that properly. Okay because it no matter. If you're counting points calories raise whatever if you know how to blend in healthier habits to your life and actually get them to stick then once you get to that weight that you're shooting for you'll actually maintain it much easier. Does that make sense. Yes absolutely be so for us just getting launched here two weeks Tuesday daimiel plan Wednesday grocery shopping third week out. I want you to make one small change. And if you don't WanNa tackle dinner you could make it lunch you you could say okay. I'm going to give up one or two of my frozen meals at lunch. A maybe I make a salad to take instead. Or maybe I make a great new recipe unite tonight. I make extra and I pocket that for that lunch that day and that way were either slowly changing lunch or slowly changing dinner but but notice. We're not doing doing both at the same time. Does that make sense. Yeah much more manageable right and I'm assuming in the past you've tried to probably do it full scale right like like okay today. Mr Meal Planning Grocery shopping. I mean all this great food. I'm not gonNA eat now. I'm going to stop buying those frozen meals. That is that typically what it looks like. When you've tried this in the past absolutely hasn't done that I know you are what you connecting people up here? Yeah that's tell. Everyone tries to do habit change. A truly it's that kind of okay. I don't like what I'm doing so thus I must do the opposite when in all honesty. That's it's truly not how human behavior change works. Human behavior change happens like at a snail's pace honestly it's it takes so long to to really get us down and if you need more than two weeks of just generating the meal plan on Tuesday and going to the grocery store few need an entire month. I rather you do that. Because guess what you're going to be so much better at being consistent with a meal plan and Grocery shopping just that change is going to help you so take your time. I'm with each one of these but in the coaching cast which you'll do is you'll take this framework and as I teach those Lessons Day today in the coaching cast. You can start to change range up the lunch routine the dinner routine and even bring in the fitness routine. Absolutely all right so does all this field doable. It is is it really does right. was there any questions you had today that I did not get to know. I don't think so. Perfect all right. So I'll just recap so our goal for the next two weeks meal plan on Tuesday. It's on your work calendar Grocery shop Wednesday afternoon. We're going to test that out for two weeks if you do really well with it and you're feeling confident with it. Make change on the third week to either lunch or dinner but not both the meal plan for the first two weeks needs to to look exactly like what you've been doing without the meal plan. Does that make sense. Yes and then. I am going to send you a verification code for the Stop. Dieting Start Losing coaching cast. And you can then pick up with that and start working on blending in these other new habits. Does that sound good. That sounds great. So I'll start. The coaching coaching has after week. Three's that you're saying you could start it when you start doing this. And that's fine but honestly I think once you get two weeks of just doing the meal plan in the grocery or she lists if you pick up then with the coaching cast. I think it'll help you continue on with making the changes. Okay all right. So was this helpful for you today. Yes it really was and are you ultimately feeling a little bit better about making these changes because I know you said you were concerned about wanting to stay body positive but also so not feeling like you weren't working on your health goals. Yes yes because I think changing all at once for me can feel inauthentic but making small little habit changes to do overall improvement and wellness. While it might seem a bit low to me I know in the long run. The habits are going to pay off. And that's really what I need to focus on absolutely and here's you know that you could probably look at your past and see where you've made really really drastic changes. Were you really restricting food or really over exercising and then you've kind of come to that realization that both of those approaches. I didn't get you to your healthiest self right. It didn't get you where you want it to be. And they were hard to sustain because if you think about your dance training you can't keep keep up with that right now right so depending on that for weight management is probably not going to be realistic but on the flip side of that overly restricting. Your food didn't work either. Because you you got into a little bit of an unhealthy psycho with that so it'd be better for you to take the time even if it took you to three years to get all these habits completely nailed down on the where you wanted them to be. Because what that's going to do it's going to set you up for the next ten twenty thirty years of having a stable wait having stable habits to where you really know how to do this from that place of that maintenance mindset versus a quick fix for a wedding which of course there's tons of those right. I mean I mean you could do that. But that's not going to give you the longevity of what you're looking for exactly. Yeah thank you so much I appreciate it. Thank you for listening. 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Ep 38 Fabled Final

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Ep 38 Fabled Final

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Secondly all all of us here with the fabled folly crew WanNa wish a congratulations to Larkin the winner of our very first dice giveaway challenge. Your dice are on their way A and we hope you love 'em well without further ado. Here's episode thirty eight fabled finale and all right so we ready for my dad to yell at me. The storm out and disowned me. We forgot my father. Already disowned me. We can I ask you questions. Were you expecting that where you speaking like this moment where they were proud of you there was nothing more unexpected than my father. Disowning me I figured like my captain. It'd be like are you. Nuts year level five Paladin. You're you're not going down the mountain or you just got your second time or lady silver and say you couldn't handle the mind flare. How are you going to handle this or literally? Anything anything other than other than my father saying. You're dead to me. I didn't expect that at all. I was in the moment guys. Is it just happened. No it was great. You know you wanNA finish storming out. I don't even know his name. That's how much I care about my dad who I don't remember my parents name lost a sheet sounds like I don't Arnie blowhard audio gap. Cassandra I I think we had. It was very stressful. I think it was very explosive moment. I I WANNA take him to step back. Let's analyze the situation. Let's not Ayla Hon. I've got some good better. Let's just take a break. I'm a highlighter initated. Let's let's imagine for a moment. Let's I have a German to turn the relax golf. We get somebody else actually do you have you fire by chance. Can you fire Continuous not like taking up like a fire sale off off dead. If you don't have it right away that's the words are so small I was looking at it. I'm like these glasses and I can't see it the three any of that. I can't see those words are extremely small. The Dark Tone Soleil evidence blizzard together. They already had to get new glasses when dale stole his last pair. That's true no I do. Not still tents or suspenseful. Okay when you said Tints I was like. How's he going to find a single say for ten ten those babies? Maybe there's campfires. There is a far when I just don't have it on my Ipod B- Brady door. No no no storm would ruin the moment picture this. It is a dark night stars hockey hockey pants hance. That's not even. That's not even the quote hockey pads. Yeah that's what I said. Same painting king go over giant hockey pants. He didn't even say I'm not wearing keypad. He just said how prepared Atlas V it just made that one different fantastic videos. I think the American was good work. Go ahead posted on our facebook later. Catch it would have been great. Someone went to hit Batman in his lower area and and he said I'm not wearing the Stanley Cup not finding house almost there. I thought I saw thought it's a dark night. Stars sprinkled the sky and we've seen the night is kind of disturbed by this orange glow this shifting swirling orange glow and is our view pulls down. We see black smoke rising and Dark Knight Rider and the Dark Knight Rises. Yes And we see this lovely building in the middle of the town square and it is lit ablaze. And as we hear this. The sound of crackling fire. We start these strange sounds as well like the sound of like extremes popping as the fire burns ever brighter and we see the kind of the noise of the fires drowned out as the commotion of People Running to the building and trying to put the fire out and it is slowly consuming this building and now we are back Alana's father they're just walked out of the party upset apparently about the light the building on fire. Maybe so we're back in that bullet time on bulletin. Dad just disowned me. Just is on your and he is. He's the doors open and he's outside and pick it back up. Already said my apiece. I'm standing up like already said so. And if you'll notice his her dad is has closed the door and he's standing on the porch kind of staring out the night. I don't have have anything else to say to him. We can see him through the open door. You can see him through the window. I'm picturing like a like A. We don't have windows said No. You know we do the map they rattled the fireball. And you remember last week. I think you said something along. The mother just looks Kinda stressed and worried or something element that at this moment like a and just kind of pushes. His chair out in just looked frustrations constanza like turns to Lonnie gives her a stern look. Looks back at the window where we can see William Cartha right yeah the first in Kana just like not worth it looks back at the mom and said listen that Negra Nhtsa owes me and I o Alania Benard for what they've done for me so I'm going with them and I promise you we will not fail and you will not lose your daughter and if you want to believe that that's up to you but If if you don't believe in her now don't believe in when we come back kill this monster and he goes up to his room. Just sit back down after here like as aid and saying that I'm not gonNA stop him because it's so just back down. I still have other people talk to hear other than somebody's parents. Where's benign like at the table? Sitting in response along the Joe will will sit together as a group or I thought we all kind of sad at the more towards the front of the square rectangle table. I I sat one of the heads. And y'all sat like right next to me. That's what I thought. Young their side but not WANNA make a big deal but he just wants to lean over to aligning. Like I'll go with you. Thanks for means a lot more and more you are the only family I have. I don't think you understand the whole story. I'm not saying your father. What he did was what he said was was okay? But there's things you don't understand about jeffers. Death is well we manual follow. We ruined ourselves when he died. We ruined ourselves physically mentally spiritually financially. We gave everything we had to bring him back and nothing worked. Nothing worked and he didn't come back to life will if if nothing worked in. Why when you have the first solid lead that cost you nothing? Would you not want to go after it with with all the vigor that you use to it you've given up on them and that's that's disappointing at best. You misunderstand. I of course would have to have to give everything again. I would but your father he. He's done all he could. If if it wasn't for your uncle we would be in ruins and we tried to hide that from him. I'm sorry but it's something that we we've been through already and the thought thought of losing you. I know that weighs heavy on your father. I know it does and it's not an easy thing from the year. Well the thing is mom I. It's not it's not a risk anymore more. It's not the thought of losing me. I have a debt. That is owed Eidan as he put. It owes a debt. I don't think he owes a debt but he believes that he owes the debt. He's going to risk everything because his life isn't his anymore as he said his life is ours because ozone that debt I owe that debt to Sylvania's and Sylvania's asking me to they do this. It's not a decision that I can make it something that is owed to him and I will have to do this and I. I commend you. I commend you resolve. I do I'm I just again. Not Saying he was right but see it from his side. I I know that man and he would if it had any chance of bringing you back he would burn the city to the ground and I know it he would give forsake all that all of his everything you have to understand is coming from. I understand that he already forsook everything. No no you don't and she just Kinda like is like you on the edge of tears. Almost Alon is definitely T. That's it's already happened. Yeah yeah get disowned. I don't know I've never been to send data. I'm it was the heat of the moment I know he didn't mean you're dead. Tim Certainly but I I give you my blessing for this quest. I just I don't want to lose you as well. We've Lost Jeffrey. We've had to deal with that. We'll DAD's decision. It is rather than take a risk of gaining a son. He's decided to lose both a son and a daughter no. He was hoping that you wouldn't go. He was hoping the it would mean something that you had to risk see. Could've taken and he took the risk that lost us both and that's all acid down. That's all avid say about her. Around this time I think it goes back down. Washed office facing down. He's just not say anything anybody to sit down and kind of just stare at Table Minoan contact anybody flu. Do we have any any other courses there anymore. Desert honesty. Your conversation away from China your your mom as fluence Kinda like Kinda stumbling over himself She she gets up and kind of interior interior kind of goes to the door and steps outside I mean We have some Caramel here move creams that Flynn. That's fine yeah okay. Does anybody else anybody else. Have an opinion about this. The colonel creams or the. Yeah the love I would love dessert. That'd be lovely. Yes here's the Jamesy. Yes talk about an awkward Salani are going to wonder mountain. Well I'm was asking yes out of everyone in the room probably yours the most opinion on this We've talked to lay also hand. We don't want you go in with blind we can help you get equipped get information Info Intel. Anything that we we have It is de Sade it is a suicide mission. You likely won't come home. If if if the mad major he's fit to kill you he will kill you but to your credit. He likes to play. I'm hoping it's Sylvan has to live then olive well. Now I do hope you will live so It is something that I hope. Everyone in. This room can agree that his top secret from here on out not to be spread lightly. We Will GonNa send you in If you get caught if you get killed water deep has has no connection to you so you go through the own just like understanding now join wheel but We will. We will not back into the point that somebody knows your backing yes in so if we could keep that a here best we could that be great because 'cause many adventurers they go down all the time it's sport it's punishment for prisoners. It's you name it But we just got selected. Take name we don't do that anymore. But it was a time in history yes It's it's not a place that you will you will go to and return unchanged it will have an effect on you for good Oreo so I I need you to understand. If what you're doing is is is really dangerous. It looks up. Do you know anyone who defied the gods that without becoming one succeeded in that effort. Hopefully not miss so we may come back alive. dern he went in Mart very famously went into a famous to famous water. David's that is rumored where they earned their fortune. So it's lots of treasure lots of promise but I know not much of it myself. I keep my business topside here but I know we can get you some information before you're down so so any help would be appreciated. Yes I I think. It's very brave of you very courageous. So that took colonel cream. Is it coming anytime soon. Got Up to get it. Oh I'll go. Yeah I'M GONNA go get our back there. And he scurries often often comes back on these these beautiful like like flanders with caramel sauce on top. And it's got the candidate the candy sugar cage tough. Aw beautiful three has got some good flung Serena's got good flying It's lovely desert. It's scrumptious so key that caramel bite to it up buttery smooth delicious so your your parents Burns your eating dessert. A kind of on the porch. And you're in having a some revelry. What do y'all do? What wouldn't have happened after Bernard was to get a stop playing music? WE'RE GONNA go up to the second story and just sit sit with my legs dangling out the we have the fire people. We have the floor where it gets to that circle. It's on the second floor. So sit there by the bowl with molly so I can still hear the revelry go I can still hear the music but not part of the party not part of any of that I'm definitely not going to talk to them. A A moment passes during one of your songs and you if you are watching they do leave role to hit they have plotter The best the best nineteen in overtime. So you are singing music singing songs playing music that made sense And you're having a good time and then there is a a knock on the door. I'll look at Bernard as he's playing his flute motions. That I've got it and I go up to the door and I open the door is a clue excellent excellent when you open the door You see a middle aged man. Dan like a rusty red hair and some Spectacles and a young lady standing next to him and he's hey man is is this where Bernard lives. Hello Take it from the college no no man. I'm menards Dad Assuming Arnold Short. He's just like five nine five minutes a human mind seven so he's taught no not see where he gets. His carefree server attitude. Engine works over shoulder. Backup Bernardo's literally doesn't understand is articles. Play the flute and just like kind of look back at the door like this all in all the pieces of now Alfred. I look like is there like a car that they were like bring out the food on. Yes they're like more food. That hasn't been eaten yet. Yes I kinda gesture in a ticket your the mother of banner a young young lady Yongli Elliot and You are Oh my. Name's Gosh it's Beatriz. Let's is it told you about me. Are you like even as well. I just know you from a different name. It's be right maybe I heard wrong. Stupid dog okay opera. What you you come in with just having a party this mixture of food? He's never managed to okay. Awesome awed some visitors. That super cool. Hey Hey even so good to see you man. It's been like like years. Yes how you doing. How do living the dream? Yeah well my parents got got this big boats episode. Yeah well this is. This is my tavern. Do this is your Davos hours. I CO CO owner with with my friend here aired in far how and they kind of see your feet. Oh I think and she's up there. You can't really sue cool. Man is two stories headed upstairs to like brief Alani on what the exam. The concert hang our dog. It's been like here's what's up big rice to in house. The wizard school dude. I am like did you get the package I sent you I did. Do you have a book with you. Look the spell book. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah I wanted to use it but I don't. I don't know how to Mr Mouth has been teaching mealy spells. They'd like help me. Transfer these things into the book. It's been so cool shade with Flo look for even more old campaign. I'm just using it all does it all. Yeah I've learned so much. Oh Oh my gosh we have a surprise for you. Okay Dad I like yeah I made it. You made it. Yeah Okay Dad. Dad made the most beautiful loot. You wouldn't believe it. It's exquisite and then Mr Mao helped me and chanted chanted yes so it's that look she takes it like this like beautifully wrapped package off Rabat. Like she had a strong. You know how to play it. Plus something play chance. And she's like taking it off just opening opening first and then I'll try and plant okay. But no one watched the table. He pushes. This is the way we find. Lifted the first time in eight and he said pushing shoving serving. I've thought about it but these people don't even go so if you put dishes around of clues a spot of the he opens it Yeah you take this cloth wrapping open the box and it is It's got that Just a deep dark wood with. Let's go with just purple heart. 'cause that's a fancy would purple heart neck and nylon strings does anything. Let's go with Nobody milling back in its historic his life. That is historical. It was made a pig untested tested okay so pig intestines strings and this goes and it's it's beautiful like you becoming more and more familiar with with Arcane Energy Arcane magic and just see it as this blow to awesome. Yeah I pick up for me is it yours yours. We made it for you okay. We think brought a president. Thanks dog. Yeah Yeah Yeah so come like tunes it makes you tune and you know your dad got the tuning on point. Yeah do that intonation. And he's just GonNa play a little ditty dude rich threat. It's like so so so so we have to get cold in the real plane if I can learn how to play loot did so with all the time that it took them to open that. Can I tell us what's up. Yeah Yeah I yeah I like just get upstairs. As soon as I see him upstairs I'd get up on us are walking in my bedroom interesting. Aw I can hear you but I walked away right We have visitors from Aden. I really I really do appreciate earlier. but I would also appreciate it if I could just not. I mean my my hair color spread view understand. My parents disowned me. Yeah I just lost both my parents here at least one of them. I do appreciate the Camaraderie. But tonight's not the night for Camaraderie. It's not the dark alleyway if you ever need to up in Ulan. You're the first one I'd go to them and talk a poll and that pole and then I go back to where I was sitting for this summer. Just Sit Indian style so people can't see my legs but I I shut my bedroom door so it sounds like a deception deception. My strong suit perception check to see if I hear the feet walking down the hallway again cycle Mike. I'm GONNA do that. You See your dad like Bernard seizes dad glowing The Luton and you're just like deftly playing the instrument. It's you were about to do it just new. Did he was a little taste. Let's mood you were gonNA make a noise give us what we whoa okay. No it's it's it's beautifully in like a person creates instruments it just brings joy to the heart that they can know how to use the instrument like not like doc level a mastery level and he just sees that new knowing that your son. So it's like this is a good day for him and your sister just likes Hussam Omer summer. You probably cries tear. You see a mainly clear. But he's so free spirited and free loving like crying I fair man. You've just like bribes. Emam like the school's been good for you. Yeah I I kind of switched to flute because it's just easier to carry. I've been playing flute for for a couple of years in college but no loots always been Mar- my true true love. Yeah that's now that's cool cool. Can I see your flute. Yeah Yeah handed please this this is pretty good. This is At least you have like the glint they come in. Hey wouldn't it be easier if you had like like a Robo listening to like I don't know have anchor your neck or something that I've been trying to figure out how to do something like that. I'll give you even in our. And he takes out a couple of tools. And he's like he offers a hole through one side not to affect the sound barrier and take some leather outing ties it openings openings. Hey go man like but it's like the time you thought it terrible but it's like a nice leather strappy on him and his two masterful work. That's Quick Dad. You you are the best in the business thanks man alive so our dog like what are you even up to will. I've been busy first off. I had your. I had to run away because of that. Yeah Dude Yeah would've jerk. He stole a bunch of money from the city. I don't tell anyone still tool we. He stole a bunch of money vice. Five hundred thousand dragons or something something ungodly. That's not cool man not not at all no well. He hid it in under under the city was like under this theater. We had to go. You know still some blood. We didn't steal. We asked his son for the blood. We had to get like some weapons and like all that stuff it was locked away. It was weird is protected by a dragon in yeah in water. There's a dragon in water and like they they did it take you know. Oh my God. That dragon told us not to tell anybody dragging taste so yeah and we. Finally we got all the money back up to the police. I guess I guess we'll give to the city watch. He didn't keep any of it. Not It wasn't it wasn't on your always straight laced. What a mirrored they did? Give me a hefty a hefty reward. I was actually going to give it to y'all when I was going to go visit y'all that starting like like blush lip so hey man you do what you want with him and we don't need it we're good nano. Your mom started adventure and again. She's taken out jobs. The quicker came in no. I don't need it if if you just follow me up to upstairs and Moga grab it on that. I mean we're here in town for a little while demand if we liked stay forbid of course crash on the couch couch or something now you you can stay room. Oh cool man. Yeah Yeah I'll stay. I'll stay in gym. That's really cool man because like we we just in town town for a little bit of like this music conferencing instrument conference thing and just yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's yeah that's cool. You can totally stay in my room. Yeah that's cool man man. Yeah I've been I've been hanging with a lot I just. I don't like being alone. So I flew flew who beanbag in his room. I kind of stay in there there so yeah you can use my bed. y'All can use my. I have a chair in there. So it's all good like rice or something. We have a whole third floor full overbearing empty to side B rifle to stay in a room now with her parents. We've got I mean because the whole in Africa we four additive. You're doing that 'cause we have plenty of ribs yet. I forgot we had four floors. I'M GONNA go check it out. This sounds awesome. Yeah yeah come on. Walk up with a the. I'll get the money pao chicken. Yup the toy kind of awesome. So yeah bottom floor. This is this is the tavern I love what you do the place. It's very different. Yeah aw man fluent over there. He's a really taken asked me to do a great job. Thanks fantastic you keep doing what you're doing I'm going to go give the tour Ram It out. I'M GONNA clean up here. You know you kind of made a mess when you knocked off but this. Why didn't knock doc them all right? I'll push them gently. Got The worry about it. I think. Okay what So Yeah Bernard starts to walk out in here that they're going upstairs. I'M GONNA actually go to the bedroom and you so you show them around the house it's You get them settled and get him into a room and they're like you know we're GonNa hang out you know a long trip which has got in so I mean we'll see in the morning. Yeah yeah that's that's great awesome Cool so that's that's handled The Luke requires a tune mint. Okay so if you want to do that at the end of the night you're welcome to anything else you want to do before we Hala quits. Captain Jason Awesome. Thank you for. He doesn't think he but he's total was wonderful down and I I respect and I know it's tough and he's trying to like the following role a little bit. It's a little overbearing when he's whoever's giving the message she's she's a great wonderful city guard and I very very very proud of owning so he leaves shortly afterwards choking Carmen are they kind of left in the middle once. People started getting disowned lockwood. So at least that's the thing they talk about to prove they were. They're always say you want that one memorable right so we did the thing. Remember Lonnie got zone it. Yeah totally happen lasts less call. Anything you're on a kind of wrote the knife. Nope I'm done in for the night all right so we got you WANNA tune to. Yeah all right This is exciting. It's called and we can. You can change if you want Beatrice Harmony It's got three charges and he's got it on carts you have. Oh you don't know where Donald Anti copy regains Wendy four-plus-one charges at dawn US One charge to double double range of a spell one charge to add range of ten feet to touch spell one charge per additional modifier. You add had to increase the spoke as in DC or attack modifier spell. That's really good that you can atlas four that's up to plus three and then you're done. I thought it was four three charges. Sorry if I missed that scary at high levels. Yeah because my we'll say. DC is not great. Yeah concerns a balanced. They're like if you're charges the as the next day so Also there are spells stored in the loot Protection from evil and good levitas eight bark skin cure wounds and fog clouds. He can cast each one of these spells once a day in charge the not using the charges. Thurs get to not use the chargers. I fill slots and not using four so you can lease one of them once a day or you can use them once a day each of them once they really good is going to lead a team on the Wiltshire Skimming it up in out swap. You sure copied them like Kokin. Eleven `tatoes like donkey. Don't key I thought it was a good dinner party. I thought it was a magnificent display display of reality. It was something I mean. You got the disowning you got the awkward like Hey I'm cut. Oh you don't want Sergei cool. Music was being played. Family came in from out of town dishes were thrown dishes were thrown scattered off the table. Wanted one of the grail. I think it missed was villa. Honestly it's Vullo here. I mean we don't listen We never did. It's cutting into your exercise time. It stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you in the life you want to live. CBD Medic targets your pain at its source it's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus. It's the added benefits of THC free boil get back to your life with CBD medic available online and at CBS these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease. Wake up bright early or whenever you make character choices for eight twenty episodes do or do not wake up whatever the morning Brand new day Kept Jamison isn't hinted at like it's been green lit but it's not officially sanctioned and we have the time to go learn. Yeah and he did he said like you know go here go here go speak to him or you can go speak to Lyra overhand So and she will direct you to. She'll probably directly to one of the researchers or whatever. So what are you going to and then your your family wakes up and you'll probably have breakfast together. Whatever you do as a family? Yeah I WANNA wake up early in the morning. Make breakfast for everybody. Everybody because I knew his family's here so I wake up before anybody else and I get down there and have breakfast ready for when people start to get up. It's like the smell makes people just some thick slabs of Ham. AM as soon as Ryan some thick. Am Go downstairs in the sit at the bar. Ready for a knife in the other I woke up real early made some biscuits homemade got heyman biscuits. That's it nothing crazy but ended this listening. I don't wait wait. My parents my my dad and sister Graham Guest House. I just can't let them sleep in if they want to sleep in. So I'll just go downstairs shoreline new loop in the Jason a Golden Gold Leaf in Leeds. Beautiful Bernard that is amazing. Oh my Gosh my dad made it heard I heard they. They sound like Nice people. I can't wait till you meet him. My Mom's not here of the that's what she had sort of entering again so I didn't even catch the the role. three-year aided definitely thought they were author here at the beginning. Hey did you must. I'm a child I'm not a child. She's like seventeen inch you. If you're hanging out for breakfast or a minute. They come down shortly only after rushing relief. The breakfast is starting to get a little cold. It's like not quite disappointing but almost I think it's because I I did really infant visits ham every time like circle off. I just put it back in the heat at backup. It's going to be rubbery when they eat it but it'll be odd. I mean it's better than three day old hagous and your cadet super chill about to do this awesome. Thanks now like this is amazing. I haven't eaten this well in like a couple of days. It's great so thanks a Alani. Johnny is it honey chef. My Name's Arnold. My friends call me. Arnie Bernard calls already heard that name me and Arnie he me and Bernard morning. We you know we're like best friends. Man's sister down here as well Yeah so what's your wife's name take my wife that's that's Beatrice talk about Beatrice must be a family name. I called her. Hey what are you leaders. Yeah Yeah I do you know the mind and the the your wife and your daughter both may be a draw. The wife's name is Cassandra. Well yeah then. This is be interesting way. What is happening? Oh your daughter. It must be a good Chad. That's my daughter. I follow jazz. That's only be those majors was like three years younger than me. Four Years Yeah roundabout a gay. But she's l Hi Nice tallow ago. Okay Yeah Easy. It's so wonderful to meet you. I'm glad could stop by and see the tavern. I mean look at this place this inserted. Meanwhile to talk Bernard and to get it. But Bernard wasn't all in from the beginning now. I was the only one evening anyway. Wake you don't know about how we got it. We got it from I. I look at both of the family members. You know couples when purchasing new real-estate. y'All thing yeah I mean when I say yeah we know each other. We've been friends for a little bit. We used to hang out at the tablets togethers just like staring at the shaking by episode one. We said we were acquaintances than we hung out at the time together in my head I want to be very clear. We're not saying Oh okay. Okay underneath his breath eight and goes a lot of confirmed. I didn't convert lead. Confirm no no no. We're not. We're not obeying friends. Yeah we we. We live in the same house. Yeah Roommates Yeah Yeah. That's that's cool. Awesome fluent in two. If you met you met Flynn and Aden's friend friend and he's a friend bridge the Bernard I like regarding do that and then goes friends. We're all friends here man. That's cool cool. I'm going into the food. No I'm fool like wait conference. What Comfort there's music conference and down into the came in for to you know show offer learn something down learn anything? I'm so stoked to be your though. You should be teaching them. Do I do have a seminar it three today. So what on Golden Lay Mangold. Leave okay okay. I'm kind of like pioneer. Got The gold real thin I'M GONNA be honest list. Your sister helps with Magic to get thin whereas dude his beautiful you see on the loot man dude. It is prima that I see on. I stayed up all night looking at it Do Man that warms. My heart man warms my heart. anyways I'M GONNA head out Beatrice if you want to see the city go hat. Ed Thought Maybe eulogised visited because you liked her son but yeah. That's that's why I'm here. I just Kinda like snide remark. What happened last night and then he is warming is art and everything I had to throw out there? Yeah forget alone is a vicious human being. We forgot I was disowned last night. And how the little jealous of love I took the seminar because of an arts here. I could have gone to Baldur's gate but I don't know it's Kinda crazy over there right now but We'd come here so I'm really glad you dishes. Yeah no you're good. People started saying Thom anyways. I'll see you see gators later. We go gator good way to work on the fly as quick anyways. So what are you doing today nothing. Okay well I'll go find a magic shop or something like I can resolve right down the street so Blah Ebel. I saw the purple heart. It's it's in the dock ward the world famous Zoba. Oh I have to go I mean can with you awesome. Yeah let's go today. I'm just GonNa go talk to captain. Jameson get some information. Okay you want a metal. Last night he was the one with authority. Oh it wasn't Chuck Doc. I could see Anyway so so Bob Jameson Jason's Oh bomblets go. We'll go to James all right perfect funny. I didn't expect to see so far. Leave eight and you WANNA come with health. How's it going to say? I was waiting for him. It's been since the start. Okay good ask before we live together Obama. If she says she's GonNa Talk James and I'm not going to do that. And I specifically asked if adults to come and then you cut to urine. His office LOONEY had some spreading. See you soon. We're going to do for you. Well I'm ready to get my brother captain. And he's Kinda like taking taking the Kennedy Kennedy breath hold You paladins truly our resolve don't you haven't. We had a night of essence time to get going. I can direct you A to Take this This script this letter of recommendation to Via Asura Sapphire the black staff. And she will get you the information you need cheeser or head wizard. And and she has a a a depth of knowledge that astonishes many so thank you also Eidan. Will I guess two things my friend aide in here and I kinda like reach tomorrow around eight and kind of you know push push forward to so right next to each other like A. He's a little ahead of me on. This is a He's the only one in our group that hasn't been deputized yet. Yeah I know. It's it's a sanction not sanctioned thing but it is there any way we could get that I actually already I told people he was. I didn't mean to. Let's Fun and he's looking at the heritage and has got a squinting little Aden can't help but kinda smile a little bit and I'm realizing I know nothing about eight into like I was gazetted the moment where I would be like like yeah. He's a great guy. I've known them for you but I'm realizing in this moment that he's glinting that I can't recommend no in recommending him but I can't do anything past that uh he literally could be killing could be no idea smiling. You see him like day. Save A it's three. They're all right go yeah. He seemed calm. squint his eyes open wide for just a second is like yes. Yes I right one can yes. I'm recommending deputation. I appreciate that the Lieutenant Sergeant Lieutenant One day. If you keep going next you'll be by the end of the week. The joke captain. We've got about as you know we've come into quite a bit of cash and oftentimes break my grave and you can see his armor. I guess you've changed when I don't work for. I did dress up this morning before I lifelock wearing all my stuff all black. What is there anywhere that we can get like military great year? Like good gear better than civilians would have have like you said you want to prepare for information. But I've also got a lot of money to spend and I'd like to be prepared physically to go down there as well not just mentally us of course A actually coincidentally him the black staff will be able to handle that as well She has literally thumbs up. She can Requisition any arm she needs and we we usually go through her because I can get plate mail that any. Oh Blacksmith I need to the chocolate Carmen if I want But if we want something magic we he goes to her. So that That freezing that use proxy my memory in Real Life Anna game. I'm going to Kinda lean over link like put my elbow on his desk. So speaking of that promotion is my requisition limit GONNA credit line increase. Of course of course to to I was at four hundred zero s four hundred exactly was what I was going to say. is going up considerably thousand a thousand and forgiven in the past or just now six hundred great. I've just six years so you can't get perfect man promotions and then I turn around. Let's go deputy and walk out the door briskly as good. Don't captain so you didn't really understand what to do. This sort of situation could as time he's holding right side of the law it gives gives you gives a salute. You know one of those moments are like those. What do near the black staff? Yeah Cutter Job Shop Hannah. Who is a wonderful? What did I do? Oh aw I've never I've actually lived here for quite a while but I've never really come inside so wonderful first time visitor as you see I've many trinkets and baubles and wonders and mysteries into my shop partake in what have you like If if you want anything ask and I might have it. Okay I'M GONNA upscale look around. Can I touch by touch policy. Please touch away against And Bernard such looking around his so cool like this is like awesome. I've though Bob is like known around Tom Sort coast. And you've never been here. I've never even heard of until doc what is shop. Look like it is kind of like cramped in closed quarters has got the two glass windows on the front that like. That's what's leading most light and he's got some torture in the back but everything is just shell always pictured it like the magic attic shop that the the weasley twins. Yes yes. I've always pictured it is the hassle. I have in my mind as well kind of like that. In every single thing Anything he has he might have something interesting here. But most of it's on the table table in the players handbook. So if there's something on the players handbook triggered w want He has it here. But the caveat is it's purple purple so he has a an old pocketknife. He has a piece of a flag. That looks like it belonged to something. But it's he's handle that can't it be lit candle. That can't be let us style. It is give me color a book with its last chapter ripped out dice. Rackham sunken robots with one. Big ahead he does have rockhampton robots with a missing not on that list. I who had one Rackham sock them robots but two things. Oh yeah that's I have no doubt that that's on it but it's at rocket science adulthood. There is no way that on that list. He could veto mechanical. This isn't historical podcasting asked. I've been on Kinda looks around and sees doesn't really wasn't any money came. Be Rice is awesome. I'm I'm definitely going to pick something up for leave But I wanna like look around and see some different stuff so if you wanna go with me or if you've got things to do yeah I don't know what your schedule is right now but Well I would love to but I I I KINDA WANNA meet up with my friends We have some some important stuff that way with thinking about doing as you heard actually went there last night. I'll talk to you and dad tonight about what we what I need to do. Yeah I'll see you back the tavern tonight totally cool also. Yeah Okay Um Ceiling her dog. Yes you'd be rice computer and then to go and try and find and you've been Jameson making plays chick okay. So I had the Jameson to check anything. We gave the motion to roll you died. It's all right. I I bought us He accepted and who will you hateful so I want to. I think my friend Alanine Aaron came to talk to the Captain Jason. They've already departed. You'll have to catch them later. They went to Don't think it's good of me to give out information of city. God away their whereabouts are. Is there any. Do you know them as I'm deputy under along a sergeant line. Oh you'll be open off. A Uber knows I am. I'm Bernard yes. They went to The black staff. It's in the castle. That's that's the last thing. So they left about twenty twenty five minutes ago. Okay I'll I'll try and catch thank you. Yeah maybe sooner than I don't know not really paying attention. I get that anyways. Excellent so you had to tavern style I try and go to the Butler. Bernard is a little bit behind and so I'll make it to the black staff before him And you wanted to purchase some items. You have compensation vote conjoining getting and when you do that she starts laying out. Yeah I kinda tell whoever were there like just whatever my like I keep getting hit right. You know. I'm not anal dodge. OUGHTA the way migrelief keeps breaking so. I just kind of give for like my list of things that I suck at. I don't because I don't know I don't have you know mechanical item. So just and she starts bringing some things forward and she's laying him out kind of listen to things. y'All does grievances and issues. I think these things will they will greatly increase. You can have two of that one yes to one. Yeah Yeah and so Naro. Few moments later Hey guys what's up saloon. I mean I'm sorry. HAVENAAR oddest capable to say. Hey Hey you're you're buying made it just in time. Well I have something to show you. Won't you take a look at this in turn. I grab one of the items off the table kind of Heftier. The your item in the nasty dirty water bottle and and I kinda just like presented in front of him. This is for you. It's a new set of Armagh month Russian. In a lot worse he go down and this is to help you. I don't have to keep wasting my spills on y'all and I had to hand him. This like just beautiful set of armor starter. You're looking Bernard pulls a coin pouch. Ouch and gives them each. I don't no no Nannette. Put that away Bernard give it to your family and give it to the tavern. This was money we are together together. We purchase together. We I know we split it but as far as I'm concerned this was all our money. Anyway pay off your college tuition anything. What's your nonsense crying? A thank you so much. I really appreciate his. It is I told you that deputy it. Yeah so it's Kinda like just like having two years come out of space. Really appreciative. Chads is broken. Leaves the room and then I also started taking mile. Ralph put my new armor on that I bought for myself So would you see with Lonnie is. I've got this new fancy plates male Mechanically so mechanically I've plus one armor So that's going to give me an eighteen. AC and then I bought to ring of protections one for Bernard Lord one for Mason. So that gives me a plus one to my AC so my AC is now in nineteen And then I have saving throws also got a plus from that rank and then and I have this mommy heck and good-looking glade. This brand new magically. Just it's emanating this enhancement enchantment as plus to blame so hopefully the magical prevent it from getting broken as often where rats you know. Watch out those magic items now but yeah yeah now have opposed to take that coral creatures and that is all I got I all I got to hit. That's pretty that's really good mm-hmm yeah got him a fancy new boat. I like to imagine. It's real rose sleek and like stained ebony colored would like this really a pretty And it is a plus two boat He also got himself some plus one armor owned almost matching Bernard's and he also got Another ring protection like Alanine like Bernard also have violent and he also got these braces that they're like these leather racers. That have like Elven runes on them and they are Braziers of archery that give him a plus to damage with range attacks. What was the hammer? You bought me whatever type armor you normally use. I'm not I don't it may personally I don't know so whatever it is you just get another plus okay. Excellent Excellent I think this is I'll believe these things should be should be. Also we found the some of the strike team also found these items in a hidden room that was already open so the copper pases comfort opera earns. Yes so that Randy. Thirteen thousand goal out of sixteen thousand Yeah I'm twelve thousand. Take that down. Twenty five percent right. Got To twenty five percents sergeant. Yeah twenty five percent. Yeah okay. So so seventy seventy five percent of the cost. Whatever yes I mean the Europeans you have by my calculations Over a thousand thousand gold pieces worth of materials left in that and we found something Most curious it is these rings here. Ah I decided to spoke wrath them and they won't close protection. Yes I'd like to return these leaks. They they won't separate but I'm they seem most curious they Though the name I get from from them as I I studied him is called melts. Magic Quiver And it seems that she explains Plains like more like mechanically it has three charges and It creates arrows of light and one charge you can add one d eight rating damage to an attack and it will count as magic agic damage than And to charges in cast melts acid arrow. But you use your Marshall Bonuses for the two and so it's it's you wear it on your thumbs and so like it separates them when you tune to and as you pulled draw the string back and creates era of life is a news black light while this is obviously going to Bernard St. SARS whenever he's I mean. I have a boat slept or call. Crossbow so yeah. We're we're grateful Bernard Roth role a role so you can copy that down if you yes back but only I could read it. If only I'm kidding I didn't read that. We're we're having another divider incident beer one of characters that created so far and you shands over the Jews as well as like Have the total here. Yes encrusted did into my boat. I get I get. I will hand that to you all later to black stat like as we're getting it handing it over to get money but so now I guess the important you've geared up and how much money with the tools it's over thousand okay And so the magic only cost me ten thousand five hundred fifty five hundred love calls me nine thousand excellent so you going into on a mountain. I will be brief because one we don't have an amazing amount of intelligent It is something's Amiss. Something's alleged some things a a fact in. It's hard to tell between which how's the black cloak came here centuries ago and created a was tower and he brought with him seven apprentices assist he delved deeper and deeper into the ground and It is we're uncertain but we believe it has something to do with the weave the. We've ruptured his mind. The magic we've all the spells gain their power. I want to on the ground McDonald. That's magical and it did so to the princess as well so you have some very dangerous magic users looking down there and it is impossibly deep so we we have some Intel on what some of these we have some some sketchings some some things that people drew as they've survived and came back up wherever creates while. We're down If you would yes we get Intel we get maps but he's forever changing the layout of under Mount Oh he's intrinsically tied to undermine he didn't know that so so it's it's not uncertain how quickly he changes things so it could be a century that stays the same so if he would map if you have the time in skills please. He's do but I thought the best if I show you some of the the pictures that we have some of the sketchings survivors have drawn and and consequently inked quite. Here's one. Is this the stuff that you you told us about. The attacks occurred sideways. There's a nasty who it. Is that the poison. Barb superpowers everywhere. Kill us a another moment. According to the toad people in swaths grunk that looks like a good time to levitating with fog around you and Barsky. That's sick and sickening. Become nature versus floating tree person with fog around him. What what does that even been sits? What's going on? It's like frozen minutes arse. Now they go sleep ears. Go Sleep. Does your horns the zoo coins are they floppy for me. There's our horns with the. There's there's a crazy that coloration is like so vibrate. Look like this gopher gotta just overtake that thing they can post these images. uh-huh pay also together. Check us out when Instagram facebook. Twitter and patriotic got so August. We'll plug it when we will. Those are some of the some of the things that people have brought back in. been able to recreate It's it's amazing. They even survive on these things but there is every manner of of ecosystem of of abundant life in creatures and I think the thing that's most important to take away from this. As their or whole societies that lived on their Be careful if you come. In between these societies they they are vying for power and control of of under mounting. Not just from the Matt King but from each other if you knock the balance off you could cause great damage or you could be saving water debates. It's a I don't know how you're going. We're going down to my brother. I don't know how deep this never manner will be. Well I think this is a part of under mountain drawing off the top these were able to top or cannot dislike grab one got one all right this is the secrets debt and see this is GonNa reflect some of the research that they have and what they may go you can share with each other but there's just no represent some of the extra Research that they have. Okay do you want us to read them. Yeah a please read all right I have. I've drawn a nice little deck of cards are awesome fantastic. So it's like in game. We can't get them all. We just randomly get some secrets. Yeah when when you start learning some things you'll just draw from the deck I got mine is called Emerald Blade. Water deep was erected atop the bones of a dwarf in kingdom which we saw in that were aw built on the dust of a much older elven kingdom it is said that a relic of the L.'s. Still waits to be found and under mountain a magic sword so sharp that it's edged can slice through stone itself. Many adventures have vanished during their hunt for this weapon which it is said the elves blessed with the heart of a warrior and the soul of a poet Bernard. Sounds like your kind of weapon and Y'all can hold onto these I have two decks And if you if you don't want don't lose it. Take a picture of or something when you take picture and put it on that so creepy. Because an arcade I gave someone in a Emerald Blade that can cut through. That is true. You did and I had nothing over yet all right. Hey Eh. What's your secret to share with? The group tangled web secret temples exist in the great numbers in great numbers under mountain. Particularly those of of Evil Gods not welcomed in the city of the vile servants of these deities are locked in an endless war for supremacy in the dark dungeon loaf the demon queen of spiders. This is the fiendish mastermind behind many of these bloody conflicts. loafers insane sounds like a lot more to do. Our today. Dwarf craft much of under mountain was built long ago by shield. dwarves of the malaria can clan these. These doors are masters of stonework. Hit many of their rooms behind secret doors. They also dug deep into the Deep in search of precious metals. These minds were later. Stripped by Durga invaders leaving a maze of worthless tunnels and caverns for monsters to inhibit and habit excuse. Excuse police radio to look for. Imagine secret doors I was GONNA look form anyways but now I have a tragic secret door. yeah so I think that will help color some of the experiences. y'All start to have it is so we've got like this elven city that was destroyed. The dwarf built on top of that the that was destroyed not a human built on top of that then doors pallister came and built a tower and then civilization. Now we're here. Wow How wild. Onion lay excellent excellent. I think that's let's a good bit of information for for under mountain There's all kinds of dangers and and I hope you take care. Please be careful as anything else. I can help you with that. That's more than enough. I'm I'm sorry we don't have everything but any information you can gain here and in a travels do your best to know what is coming up ahead so any last thoughts and moments before four seasons over for season one how we did it boys. That's how inaugu channeled where that painting I've been being. It was worth at hand off the chest visas. Let's go back. Let's go all the way back Edano. Yeah guys this has been Buna bomb. So do you WanNa say goodbye to your family on. You WanNa go say anything. I'm good I that's all Alani. Had to do yeah Aidan wants to do. That's why I was asking. Yeah he wasn't trying to skip over. Ridden nuts so you're saying like is there any last words before we in Europe southern I was like oh no way of segue into you WanNa do zero like what's Britain to yes. I would like to live aid and would like to go get a tattoo tribal I know he wants to get the staff of Aggie Iran. You're on a tattooed from his like the BICEP. All the way down the risks and then have the twin dragons meet at the end of his wrist his arm so we like leave. The the black staff are walking to the tavern. Yeah I don't know if any of you interested but I'm planning on getting something done before we leave little cosmetic change. I mean if you're interested I'm interested was planning on getting a tattoo. UH L. managed should've getting one. That's fine him more. It's sort of a commemorative thing about my new life and my new journey. So what was that staff code. The one that the Dragon held Bernard you knew when you saw it. Yeah Yeah it it was the staff of On yes I think I want to get a Matt Black Image of that jet black going from almost to my shoulder down my own and then ending at the wrist dragons. I think can know of a guy that he does pretty good work. He's in the DOC wars. He worked a lot out of the yawning portal. Right will can you take me that. Yeah uh-huh so can I take him to Yep during the one that does it home. Oh yeah okay. Darned doesn't cool and Lord Vedras. What are you here for dern and it's been awhile man it hasn't been too long I have never been here but it is good to see for the first time? You've never been here deed wink in Greek during that. What he's doing here at my he he wants to get a tattoo at all? How old do you still do that? Yes in the back. Let's go round the one of them. Barmaid please Madam keep playing. Keep playing being battery strings. Three strings aboard. Yeah he'll go back and just hill explain what he wants. Who Need It? It looks more obviously not like today like the way the Polynesians did tattoos. Like the hammering. The thing yeah. It looks a lot like that. He's a very intense. You you know like by the end of it. Aliens like whole arm around the tattoos red swollen while he's getting that Tattoo that gets read leads villages hammering. I just want to grab his left. Hand is like hold. If he's getting on the right hand Kravis left hand and hold it will return and goes off swimmingly have a little bit a nice one for a moment and then it and waits to see if this is going to charge him for this dead to yes. That'll be forty. I five gold. He go take fifty. It isn't good work a tip. Twenty more gold come back anytime must be a good adventure gold like that. I've come into somebody recently. Say No more and I kinda just looked him up just like we did drinks on the house. Go ahead out for you leave out like we just paid for them during as basically really but it was a nice gesture you have to admit. I don't put my glazed and the glove right behind the bar this time because it's way too cool. WHOA WHOA WHOA? WHOA WHOA grown weapons? Have you seen by ear new. Which plies that? He saw the old one which implies he hasn't seven yearbook. Checkmate's check me because I can't go to someone it'd be like you see my vote and they would obviously say no odd never met you before creeper so you return to the Tavlin your home home anything else. Buehler Buehler A. I just want to explain to the family that I'm leading to go under mountain. Hey man like doing it in the morning yes and I guess we talk hours like tomorrow is the day but yeah I think we all do talk flu tonight. Bernard that's like that's dangerous man like if you sure yes this is. This is what this is what I was made to do. Yeah I'M GONNA go down blue solve. This would write a great song and we're GONNA come up and it's going to be fantastic. Pay Man I respect your choice as an individual and like you know you gotTa do you I'm GONNA miss man like King Real quick There's a new couple of conferences coming up in like you modify lake stick around Is it cool. Stay here and work at the bar to if yeah that's fine Is a high. Okay home yeah man. legit things are great. Ah I thought I could take a few weeks off in the businesses. Come like spread the word about my Craftsmanship and stuff and like that's what I'm doing man I'm out and about so You cool with me here yeah. That's that's fine awesome man Yeah Beatrice maybe inches will be hearing your mom. I told her we were going and she'd meet us here You know she's off Doing mercenary work. She's she's so good at what she does may like man. You know what I'm saying you know. I'm as they're chatting I WANNA call out. Hey flu meeting at the Fire Pole. Ten minutes ten four good buddy and then I go and sit with my second good story with my feet dangling over the edge Hilo Snowman over and out of this call sign Yes not just waiting for the family after that I give him the coin. Fifteen thousand gold. Oh I thought you were going to give me like fifty golders man. You can't know dude this is yours you earned it. Why gave to you? It's now yours is what he ventures about. This is what a bar die has plenty of gold. I'm going down to undermine this I don't need gold there. He's Kinda like choke it up a little bit and I So much man like your made. I hope you have a good time in the You know yeah go ahead do do not come out kill Ya. I mean I'll come back and I'll sing you a singing. The song that I wrote about this awesome of adventure me and my friends are going on. I look forward it man. I'm just so look forward to it. That's awesome by Tom. I go to the meeting and Beatrice like she's saying she gives you a hud blood and you walk away kind of tight friend long fair enough go to the meeting meeting. Yeah he was on everybody else. All right well we talk about flu as you know. They gave me permission. They gave us permission to go down. I think I kind of look around kind of not in my head. I think we've decided tomorrow's tomorrow's the day strings up in the chair a little bit. Like oh right lung I reckon We'll meet a stay here run things. I guess it's GonNa be. It's probably GONNA be a while until we get back if you WANNA stay. You're more than welcome to Anna. Gives him the rest of my coin purse. So it's got a fifty five hundred pieces in it Live off of this make the tavern better Get people give people here. Have a fun fun night but you know stay safe all right man I this is Is locked again. I just just met you guys really couple of weeks ago and you say my life. Oh you and I don't have much family. Nowadays Flynn at her allender. Allen's a Stinger you relate that one on me well you you always got family in me. I'm not much for praying man but I you know I just wish that well. I'm hoping that things go whale and If I can help you in any way without being there whatever you gotTa do you know. May maybe it's just me being here. That would help knowing that we have a family to return to place to come back to help our our will thank you for everything it's been. It's been amazing minimizing Willie way goodbyes. They're hard so I'm just gonNA walk away Go back to the things I was do their thing and he kind of goes back to scrubbing the bar. and and cleaning glasses hopefully puts the money somewhere say yes oh for them. Back gets the money in our Prince Comrades. This is the last chance last call as they say world's about to change which like that's a wrap voice. Yeah season one season one in the back. It's been fun but it ain't good fun. I BEG TO DIFFER IN A. 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A Southwestern Salute to Veterans, with Gary Pears

The Action Catalyst

14:25 min | 3 weeks ago

A Southwestern Salute to Veterans, with Gary Pears

"Southwestern family of companies welcome you to the action catalyst each week are diversely and amazingly accomplish guests. Share their insights. Inspirations to help us ignite our own so let's invest attention together to breathe to reflect and refocus and decisively. Defeat that voice. We call mr mediocrity. Then let's enjoy moving forward to make a positive difference in our world. Welcome to the action. Catalyst podcast this. Is dan moore. And an honor of america's independence day. We want to share with you a very special talk from one of our own. Mr gary pairs. He is south westerns legal counsel and also a former captain in the united states marine corps. Gary offers a tributary nations veterans. The brave men and women who continue to make our freedom possible and is led off with remarks from southwestern family of companies. Ceo dustin hillis we at the action catalysts. Which all of you very happy independence day and hope you enjoyed the show. America was founded on principles. Much like the southwestern family of companies was founded on principles the overarching principle that the founding of america was based on the principle of freedom generation after generation since the founding of our country people have served five and died to protect our freedom. We have a special guest speaker. Our very own gary pairs. He is our legal counsel for southwestern family of companies for nearly twenty years. Gary is a veteran of the united states marine corps and completed his service as a captain with honorable discharge with combination following training in quantico virginia and newport rhode island he was assigned to the first marine division at camp pendleton california as a newly married couple gary and his wife. Mimi spent their first two and a half years of their marriage. At camp pendleton. That's an easy way to start a marriage. Gary served as a weapons platoon commander and was deployed to the republic of panama. While president carter was negotiating the panama canal treaty. Gary commits his legal career with the office of the judge advocate general commonly known as jag where he served initially as a fatal accident investigator and then a trial prosecutor and ended his service. As defense counsel. We are very excited to hear from gary today as marine a husband and a father and a member of the legal community and as a member of the southwestern family give it up for gary pairs. Thank you very much. We've got a lot to talk about. So i want to get right to the subject. I start this matter. I've went to the library and found the poster that like most. This is a nineteen ninety. Six poster The va presented in. It exemplifies a number of points. I'm about the mate. And i just think it's just a great poster First of all if you're in any branch of the us military and you serve honorably you please your tour duty. You're officially a better. Congratulations each and everyone of you. You don't have to be in combat veteran. I wasn't in combat when i was deployed to panama all. I don't think anybody's shot at me. I was just tromping through. The panamanian forced trying to get used to the humidity. But i am a veteran but we certainly honor the combat veterans. Because of what they went the extra mile they went even further. Let's talk about a couple of real war stories. Ones that would make speed or chip. I'm from alabama. We live in tennessee. I said i'll tell you what. I'm gonna find a hero from tennessee and uncle find heroes in alabama and we're going to highlight them. People probably heard their stories but they're so good stories. You can't seem to often so weird. I start well. I went to finish county tennessee. Big town of pall mall rural area and a long time ago. Young man was born named alvin york. He was the oldest of eleven children. He and his mom live in two room cabin. Folks i didn't say a two bedroom levin kids one mom probably a pet dog and a chicken two room cabin and back in those days you had big families so that she could sell sustain yourself. Everybody had a job. Obviously it was alvin job to kill what they can eat. He became a master expert with the rifle. Based on his hunting prowess they never star. They may have lacked for things like education but they never start. He became sort of a rough and rowdy as a teenager but some people introduced him to christ. He converted his life appreciate hannity. He joined a local conservative christian denomination. He dedicated himself to that church. He was a real deal when it came to convert. Well well we're one breaks out. America joins the war in nineteen sixteen twenty million draft notices were sent out six million. Americans were drafted. He was wanaka draft notice and he was going to be one that got drafted. He failed alvin york fouled. A petition has a conscientious. Objector wanted the exemption from war because being a devout christian he didn't want to be in a position of having killed me. That was pending when he went through army base train. He did very well in base training. They picked up on the fact. How good a shot he was. He's the best shot in the unit. Also he was mature beyond his years. He had grown beyond the rowdiness. He's taken care of this large family. It's a rough living. This young man is mature so between having natural leadership skill and being a shot he was honored by the people who were training him. By the time the application came back denied he was ready to go to war and this is really cool They designated him to become a member of the eighty second regiment. In more to the eighty second airborne was one of our very finest fighting units war one nineteen eighteen. They didn't have that reputation yet. But they were becoming that great unit. So here you have this young man from tennessee. Who is the best of the trainees joining the best combat unit and off to europe. They go. Germans didn't have a chance as a matter of fact in the second half of nineteen eighteen. The germans were put on the run. Because the introduction of england and america to the war a year and a half before gave enough impetus for the allied forces. The post the germans back in germany and they decided they would just go ahead and push them all the way back to berlin so that process as of the summer. Nineteen eighteen had already begun. But you know whether you're in a sports event in a war whatever it's always that last any last mile that's the toughest. He was part of that last mile and this is where it gets great he was the number. Two ranking nco noncommissioned officer in a squad of sixteen The eighty second regiment came to a valley as they were going through the argonne forest. Argonne forest is the terrain that you have to go through before you actually enter into germany. After all they were going towards berlin he and his squad were told to go. Get a machine gun nest. There were multiple machine gun nest on the ridge of the hill. They could not walk through the valley until all those machine gun nests were knocked out. Your squad was told to go gave particular machine gun nests. That's all they were told to. Just go get him. She got this right well. They're pretty savvy. They actually got to the top of the hill without that machine gun. Or knowing they were there they were going to outflank and lo and behold what did they find when they came across the crest of the hill. A german rifle company hunkered down in a trench. Now these hundred twenty german soldiers were supposed to be manning. Thirty five machine gun nest along the ridge but they were showing cowardice and so they're hunkered down in the trench york his men saw a golden opportunity. They dispersed he got one side and the others got other angles and they just started picking off. Germans wanted a time york in his diary says it was like picking off turkey one after another after another after another. The commanding officer of the german unit realize what was going on. He sees what has happened to his people. He thinks it's an american rifle company. That's doing all the damage. So he throws up his arms. He tells us men throw the weapons down. He tells them to do whatever those americans tell them to do it so they come marching out and this german officer by york and says where's your company and he says always just us guys so you had sixteen americans march out a hundred and twenty german soldiers as part of just getting a machine gun nest that turns real ugly real quick as these sixteen americans in this squad were marching this Company of germans out the nasdaq that they were supposed to knock out. it was operational. It was functional and those germans open fire in a matter of three seconds. York lost nine of his filler. Slopes nine gone just like that. So they hunkered down the sergeant that killed so corporal your becomes in charge and he tells his men go ahead and take these term down the valley. I will take care of this. He did take care of the nist diary as he works. His way up toward nasty still has springfield rifle and machine. Donner had splintered all the trees. No trees no cover at all. So what he would do is kill a german and then get behind that body and use it as a boundary and then kill another german. He get behind that body and he made his way back up the hill towards that nest body by and with a revolver. Six germans realized it was just one american so they charged him with a revolver fired six times and he killed six german. And the whole group surrendered. I want to read these results. What happened that day. Oct twenty eighteen captured one hundred thirty two german army soldiers sounds thirty-five machine. Guns killed twenty five. Germans soldiers himself. He came back home to take care of his family. He would not go on a speaking tour. What few speeches he made for money. He gave the money to children. Have a better education in rural tennessee. The rotary club built him and his wife a nice house two story house. It's still there. And he came superintendent of a major park along the cumberland river now on the fast forward to the home front. I started thinking these these people would not have been successful in combat unless they had good people behind them so what was going. On in the home prompt was awfully important especially in world war two norwalk rockwell painted this picture of a woman who had a red bandanna sort of muscular arms greece on her face she had a rivet gun on her glove said rosie and she became known as rosie the riveter the war department just loved it they cleaned up rosie made her look a little nicer and that was a promotion to bring women in the women bought into it six million rosie the riveter started going factories and manufacturing facilities in america every day to make the armament that we needed to win the war. Isn't that a great story really cool. No the great woman. Eileen collins grew up in new york she loved a flash he wanted to be an astronaut. She heard about the show program. Aisling collins became one of the very first test pallets for united states. She then became one of the very first astronauts. She went on four shuttle flights. And what is so important about her is. She's the very first commander of a space shuttle flight and she was. It wasn't a token. She actually led the missions that she drove and did a very fine job. But it wasn't just the fancy jobs that women have been taken over the last twenty five years. They're also doing the hard work. And i can say from personal observation. I personally know they do a great job. There particularly good at shooting women can shoot. You can the right rifle in the right technique. They can flat shoes. So women are now in combat. That wasn't true all along. We've had a few women from the revolutionary war. But they weren't supposed to be out there where they could get killed but five years ago executive order came out that women would now be involved in the point of the spear the point of the spear man the bad guys just right over that wall and she's getting in place to take care of the bad guy that's the point of the spear you're gonna see more and more women in that capacity right now. There's about ten thousand women who are taking advantage of being in a combat role since nineteen fifteen kudos to the women so point. I'm trying to make is. It's great to honor veterans. There's real reasons honor veterans. But as importantly i find that the veteran family is becoming all more inclusive and. I think that will make us stronger. So i want to end with something dust and has taught me ultimately we strive to positively impact the people in communities we serve worldwide as part of that pursuit. We believe in the power of serving others. What we do is important. What the veterans have gone is important. How we honor. Our veterans is import. Thank you god. Listener this podcast. Please make sure to subscribe to stay updated on everything. The action catalyst is up to make sure to follow us on facebook and instagram at action. Catalyst and twitter at catalyst underscore action. Thanks for listening.

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Mark Bell's Power Project EP. 234 Live - Nick Wright

Mark Bell's Power Project

1:32:45 hr | 2 years ago

Mark Bell's Power Project EP. 234 Live - Nick Wright

"Guys do in your private time. Please keep that off the air. Thank you very much encima. Did i turn your mic on e._s. Oh there we go all right then. We're going to go make sure you turn his back off off for the first part of the last bucket. It's one of those buttons. It's one of those buttons that you just press. You don't know if it's on or off so now. I know i can click it again. We're having a lot of trouble. There buttons lately are volume yesterday yesterday on youtube the guy wrote in and said the your volume is lower than my. I q bert sharpe. I question is i q now. I know i know yeah yeah l. I know maybe he's i._q.'s. Hai literally could never be that funny. I know you've been doing youtube for a long time. You must get some amazing comments sliding in here and there i always super friendly <hes> promote mental health to the fullest very nice people on the internet especially youtube right. Oh yeah especially when you move to do the bodybuilding side of it. I don't know if you experienced that when you did your show mercy powerlifting yeah people just think you're just gonna be awful at it. Oh my god part yes but i never said i was going to be good at it. Either i get told i was trying. I think you're pretty good. Thanks i'll take that thank you yeah yeah when you went to bodybuilding people ripping apart more though you know it's just like it's way more of a i guess petty would be the word. It's just more petty them powerlifting seems to be. It's just there's so much. It's built so much more off of insecurity than strength. Training is not that powerlifting doesn't have it's. It's people in it as as well right body get super petty. How did you do in bodybuilding now. You think you didn't honestly i did all right actually but i mean i competed like i stayed in. My lane like i would never be competitive on nationals pro card. Chasing level is not the genetics for it but i did all right in the show that i did. I did local. I did regional. I did one international international show. It well brought in like do conditioning good stage presence right so your body buildings hard. This guy's done bodybuilding. You don't a bunch of bodybuilding shows right shows. The six six competed in years. I haven't want to step back into that. I didn't i got out of it. I did like seven shows and stopped in two dollond twelve yeah and then i hated was so bitter against it. Why just a for a number of reasons like <hes> it burns. You doesn't spurs you out really quick nick and then you end up just get so burnt out unit focus on the negative sides of i've got so sick of people telling me i was when i was twelve percent body fat instead of seven and and then like you just yeah just hated i found strength training and i liked that so much more and then i also i like the fact that strength was like a non subjective athletic feat that you have to go and do on game day. It's not just you posing like you're in a pageant and then having some do decide if he likes it or doesn't like it for god knows why <hes> that was my thought when i got out of it yeah i recently did a show just this year christian macho and actually a lot of fun. I fell back in love with it again i thousand last show. I don't wanna do it anymore. Because of the lifestyle by <hes> i kinda got rid of like the bitterness. I got unburnt out. What did it teach you think the balance and disciplined actually i mean disciplines have given you need discipline do a show <hes> but balance was a huge thing because part of the reason i got so resentful towards bodybuilding. I think was because it was there. Were zero balancing it from even mentally like i started off as skinny hundred four pound kid super weak and i'd i'd like eleven and a half inch arms my freshman high school. I was just like this twig so for me like being big being like huge was everything a crazy bigger xia and <hes> and that's star either underweight or overweight right and then what people do is they try to build their physique same as i did through bodybuilding of some sort some extent and they end up developing these physiques but they never developed like confidence or so. They put their entire world their physique. That's like that's one of the examples of lack of balance bro. You call us out right now. I don't know man you you. You got pretty pretty fluffy back in the day. You only have some good balance going on both sides of that but what would happen though is like i i would just basically without it myself body boom which i see a lot and so oh like how awesome i was or wasn't how worthy of whatever was all based on how good my physique look at the time and so when you take that with you that can be a good tool who'll like tunnel indigo tunnel vision for a body shop for but man. It'll burn you out so fast and there's no balance outside of that like i didn't know how to like eat balances either strict dieting or or eaten like an asshole. There is no like. I couldn't balance like this this year. This is the first time i was able to like really successfully balance a relationship like not just in the past. I would just tune out to life out. Get full tunnel vision. I didn't care about anything. Don't talk you. Don't bother me. I'm doing prep <hes>. It's not a way to live so this this this show i went in a lot more detached taking a break from bodybuilding made it so my validation wasn't in bodybuilding. It wasn't even physique which was nice so i went into the show like it was a fun challenge myself but it wasn't like doll and learn a lot of balancing that was able to doc maintain a beautifully healthy relationship during the entire prep are analyst with me through the whole entire time stayed do it. I stayed busy with business the whole entire. Ask her if that's true on the next show to at all <hes> so disciplined imbalanced so the balanced part was awesome. I needed that because it's good to be extreme in some areas it it can be a tool to to hone in but i think you also missed the boat. If you're to television all the time and <hes> the other thing was just just more disciplined. You know like less pity parties not not relying so much on motivation me ask you this because i remember back in my even even like my main proponent like four shows in that season. Milo beato was shot and with the woman. I was at at the time i first off. I didn't even want to do any of that stuff because i have the urge to do that. Stuff right but also emotionally like i. I just found it difficult to show her affection even if i was really trying to try so you said that this prep for you right it was easier in terms of youtube with that. What did you have to like. Do i do like what did you really have to think about. Communication was like the first part of that just because there's no way around that like when it comes to like the spinal all three weeks it's just the energy levels are so low. You just don't want to do anything like you're in your own world completely so like the biggest thing was communicating this time around before argonne had never done a promise me because i haven't done it in like seven years so before we got started. I was very clear with her and communicate like this is what goes into it. It'll be all right through this part to this part and then the final x. Amount of time will be expected us. You know i made it very clear that are on the same page but the biggest thing was <hes> trying to show affection in other ways outside of that <hes> never make her feel like she was just like this nuisance on the side so like though like like the libido do that with a female so like we're the libido will go down like you know but i do little things like i had to make my own little meals of course but i might go and make her. Some fancy fund dinner for her. Make it all nice. I get my little meal going but still i set up like a date night at home. Candles like stuff like that. You know i go out with her to like you know just show affection in other ways mixed feeli- stay communicating that was the other thing too so if you start getting orange for sex or energy levels away down don't just like shut off snap it or like you know just be community like i'm just drained. It's not you drained and that's that's really yeah. There's no there's no magical answer. You just gotta like try to make it a priority yeah <hes> she's in great shape as well <hes> she's probably hitting. The jimmy guys trained together at yes. She's always done <hes> like she did. Martial arts and she was trying to be a professional wrestler. Dan had if you did a few shows. <hes> traveled around for a little bit. We could do a match in a row with a chair so she i haven't had i've met him with a chair in many years great overuse that so she she does that and then so look we will go to the gym together but when it comes to jim stuff she's more like cardio so they're just some basic wages for like health and stuff like that <hes> but we always at the gym together and stuff like that we can do our own thing and it did a bodybuilding teach you that you have another level. You have another year a year to go to yeah. Yes what i noticed from it. Most i was like man i always thought i was like pretty focused and i thought i thought i thought about this stuff a lot but not nearly as much as bodybuilding powerlifting is different. I mean you know there is a lot of crap and you have to recover from your workouts and everything but bodybuilding is the way i described it to people. It's like <hes> you watch a basketball game and you. You see a team to use use a full court press yeah. That's what it feels like. You have full court press. Get all his pressure on you twenty four hours a a day because there's so much shit to do yeah yeah it is true. I i would say powerlifting. Training can be a little tougher than the bodybuilding training like in the actual jim but that's it beyond that bodybuilding is again like when i got bitter i used to body just a pageant in this new the show we remind me of that's not true but yeah no i agree it is it does push to a whole different level like i said everyone becomes so reliant on feeling motivated. It's easy to kill on a date or your feel motivated. Bodybuilding teaches you to digging push through with just pure discipline right then even when disciplined starts fading like you're like literally physically mentally exhausted and you wanna quit then you just reach that extra level that that that that next year you talked about where it's just like. There's no discipline or motivation but you just have to do it. You have to force yourself to get through autopilot. What about the show like caused you to. Was it the prep towards the shore. Was there something about the show that made you change your ideas towards a few things in bodybuilding. I think it was <hes> doing this. Prep with just a more or open balanced mind tokyo doing this up without like the body this more fia <hes> doing this prep without like labeling myself as nick right. The bodybuilders like that wasn't all i was anymore to sing it from a lot more of an objective mindset i think <hes> i was able to detach myself from the good and the bad and just see the bigger picture in that. It made it fun. What do you like. What do you identify yourself with. Now because like you came up with like you started the teen bodybuilding the and that you know grew <hes>. Do you like identify yourself as an athlete a bodybuilder powerlifter <hes> as cliche as it sounds. I would just say power builder at this point. Could i genuinely liked that. I mean like after on the word power builder around before because it sounded good but like these days. I love the bodybuilding solid training. I fell in love with when i was doing just powerlifting. I got so one dimensional with my training like i would never target shoulders and i would just do like the big three and accessories to strengthen the big three <hes> now analogy. I love having the whole balancing. I love building the physique and getting the strike at the same time. That's awesome like look as look as strong as you are and be as strong as you look. Why do you think people <hes> when they hear the term power builder power bodybuilding. They get a little triggered because i know i've said and people. Are you know. Get all angry at me. I that's a good question. I my guess would be that probably because it's just been throat so thrown around on the internet so loosely. It's like pretty much. Anyone who lifts weights calls themselves that was a power builder you know if if you do anything heavy at all but you also do an exercise that builds your physique at all oh you're a power builder but i think like i really embodied that to the point where like i put out my own programs that are power building in it uses actual. I think that's when you become a probability. You actually use real programming that you would enshrine training and you guys know this like strength training the programming and the training is everything like programming for strength training for powerlifting as detailed as the diet is a body yeah. You normally normally don't really program in bodybuilding right exactly so what i did is i implemented programming into bodybuilding but then versatile got a little more hypertrophy like well rounded training in there but still kept programming structure in their balancing <hes> frequency volume intensity same. We would've powerlifting so that's actual power building my opinion using the principles of strength training and applying it to build physique as well. How is all this helped you as a coach going from one hundred four pound kid to mess around with bodybuilding and powerlifting. How does it help you communicate in case other people i think well i think the biggest thing is just i can see where a lot of people are now it all all different walks in all different levels that that kid who might be severely underweight. That kid was really overweight. Maybe that person who's been doing the basics for a few years now plateaued plateaued and let's take it up a notch. I've been i've been there. I've been all through all those phases at this point experienced all of it so it's easy for me to easier for me to pinpoint where they're atten certain gauge what would help them move forward. <hes> and i mean my experience now is just so diverse in that area far is like i've done the losing fat thing being done like burning cardio pushing yourself to that point to where you're dizzy every day of done the smashing triple body weight p._r. Thing i've done all like all angles of it. Now i mean there's still plenty more experience and learn without a doubt <hes> but i definitely think i have a lot of good ground covered now where i can help younger or newer lifters out yeah yeah. What do you think the biggest issues facing people. That like aren't getting what they want because there's a lot of people that train <hes> though let's let's say like there's some people that work out that are you know plus fifteen percent body fat but they want apps you know they're twenty percent body fat and they train all the time like what. What do you think some people are missing. The it a lot a lot in a lot of people say <hes> you know i don't. I don't wanna go to gym until i lose some weight and you're like a chimney. Great places start this whole process like there's there's a few different answers there but for one i think stop looking at social media <hes> and focus more on what your actual goal is because i think that's part of the biggest problem. I'm like the first step. Is you have to have actual goal of where you wanna. Go on social media might give you somebody else's goal and not your own right exactly and then you get swayed left or it's like all right. I wanna i wanna lose but if i want to get apps we started losing body fat and you start losing some size of course because of that you might lose some strength then you see killer warm dead lift nine hundred forty pounds and you're like i want to do that exactly you see larry wheel shirtless shirtless full and jack lifting boss. It's like then they're like oh. I wanna get sized now <hes> so i think i think honestly you just have to you have to pick a goal and you have to put one hundred percent into do it and stop comparing to others in as cliche as sounds. I mean that's so damn true. Rain compare yourself to others will ruin you. In all aspects not just physical goals and then i think i think i think the biggest thing people missed two is not setting goals that are outside of the comfort zones for themselves because to be very real like i would not have been able to stay on the property was on on for the last show if it was just for the sake of weaning down just for leading down like look shredded for beach. I wouldn't have done it because i thought it was so many days. I just wanted to quit what can go was the fact ah a bodybuilding stage to step on never mind in front of the internet now so most people need like hair all ten people but i wanna lose x. Amount of weight or get ads stayed on it for like three weeks but i i fell off recently bob la. You need to set a goal. That's way outside your comfort zone. That's incentive that hangs over your head. That pushes you to like. Stay on track so that's that's. That's the biggest thing i think direction and then incentive. Do you always have goal set like after the bodybuilding show. Did you have something that you're trying to do next or is there. Are there periods where you're just like chilling. I think she'd always have some sort of goal set. I liked what i like to do. Is i like to <hes> kind of waver between really big goals and some smaller fund goals because i think also diversify goals are at so for example the big lobby sleep leading up to my prep was the bodybuilding show of course after that that was a big goal daily daily thing <hes> after that ended. I set some goals business wise. That weren't so jim related. Give myself a little bit of a break in the gym and diet life <hes> and then just in the gym because you still want goals in the gym otherwise it gets aimless. You lose track of training for the gym. I set some real short term goals that we're just fun in life for myself. Compared to a bible prep like after the bible prophecy. I wanted to get like a six six plate squat <hes> and then <hes> you know press see if i could press the one fifty pound dumbbells for like a clean set of five 'cause. I never spent a lotta time present dumbbells so how little you know but those are ones that i was on track to hit the one fifty s already last week. I hit that goal and will try the six plates today and stuff like that this short term i'm fine. Goals are not as ominous as a bodybuilding. Perhaps so i like switch it up like that in a in a few more months bill get an idea for another huge competition of some sort that am i set my mind to when you have somebody that <hes> approached you about bodybuilding and they say they want. They're thinking about doing a show and maybe they don't they don't have the the right. Look at the moment right the kind of cringe a little bit where you're like oh man like i don't know like how it's gonna work out for this person because like you know there's the whole side of it. The been binge eating man the mental mantle the way it just kills mentally like some of the people i communicate with them. I'm like man. I wish you'd take your time and train for a little longer before you go. You know hopping into this you feel that way at all. Now i do yeah because i've had some serious issues with binge eating myself after the show that they've been developing probably since since i was a team but they really read their head noun i mess myself up for this. Show <hes> and actually funny benji together be great. It's a healthy friendship hobie epic. I love this so bloated passing each other some cheesy poofs twist cool 'cause then we're powerlifters. That's right. If i get fat profit again. I'm not i'm not a power bill. That's that's. That's actually great right. 'cause yeah you can kind of be in between when you have the in between body fat percentage shoes get fat. You're like non power thing like you're like no. I'm i'm yeah and identify as a powerlifter. Thank you shit man. You're getting skinny skinny bodybuilder defense. I'm physique fluid. That's right yeah. That's the name of the podcast right there seafood. I like it yeah. I actually just had as funny i just has. Has someone messes me an instagram talking about wanna get into stuff like that but they said they're worried about losing their size and i told her off the bat i was like i wouldn't. I mean if that's something you're worried about. I wouldn't in his body see. I don't like to put blame on anything else. I like to hold responsibility for myself. So people like i messed myself up pretty bad from binging after my my prep. It's totally mindful. It was just an irresponsible to come off a prep and blew myself up got dima gained thirty pounds waterway still flushing it out. My face still round his ever right now. How long did it take you to get there. What from thirty pounds gained yeah. It was like a couple of days. I ping dima. Do my angles look like mike mike watts it was it was bad it was everybody warned me against that near like you know they like for you. Your big guy could gain thirty or forty pounds really easy to like you know. Try to just put on like ten fifteen a week late. You know have a week out from that and so i tried to my goal to be within ten pounds like a month out run on from competing and stuff. That's the way to do it. If i ever gets up on stage again i'd wanna get to a point where without even stressing it just eating. Well rounded like what you said about not tracking. I'm just feeling your body out. I like that. I think that's the healthiest way to do it mentally and <hes> i like to do that and then maybe we'll get down to ram kind of lean close to it. Maybe just tightened up the last few weeks or whatever and so is it a blessing or curse knowing that you can like change. You know so quickly man. That's both like <hes>. I think it can be a curse a lot of times just because it's really easy to get you going to start eating better in two weeks exactly when a new year hits so start eating better yeah i that's part of what got me in trouble with his last because i had to double time like i already did a short prep as it was just thirteen weeks and then i kinda dislike. I half ass a little bit. I traveled a lot in the beginning and i i was kinda. Loose with it because my head has been up the last month and i did the last month and i paid for it one thing. I really love that bodybuilding. <hes> did for me as taught me that. It doesn't matter what time of day it is anymore like people get so associated with oh. What should i eat for breakfast and which i for lunch was shave for dinner and as a bodybuilder i mean bodybuilders yes. They have oatmeal whites and things like that but you don't really have to adhere to any of that you can make up in the morning and have a chicken chicken and rice or fishing fishing rights. It's very common for them. Since eat six times a day right and center meals just are are nonstop. Is that how you eight to do a six meal a day type in something different no hell no. I couldn't do that because my to ambig- especially with like the binge eating habit going on so what i did is i broke. Traditional rules of bodybuilding like all the old also guys yelled at me but i do intermittent fasting and i trained fasted. I like all my biggest hit. We're almost fast and i feel good doing that so i would train facet and i wouldn't even i until after the post workout and <hes> and then i really try to space out maybe four meals a day trip but i really meals on my cows are so low because again. I had a double thomas on my couch. Were really really. That's the other reason to if i if i started eating i in the morning dude. I fill up my calories by lake mid mid afternoon. Also hungrier definitely early eat the more. You're you're gonna eat. You're gonna be hungry the whole day definitely and i was like low two thousand down to two thousand four the final stretch of it so it's like i i would fast all day long and then start eating around two to three or four depending on what i went to the gym how long it took and then you know e. L. i say fight it like two or three. Then i try to like four software like four hours. Eat again. You know later afternoon that night around eight and then last me like ten ten eleven for bed <hes> and the other thing that sucks is i work from home because because you know this is what i do like my fulltime so i work at home and it's funny i this is the first prep had done not working under five because my last bible bible show is in two thousand twelve when i was twenty one and that was the year i left the nine to five world so every show i'd done was while working multiple jobs and i. I had a hard work ethic. When zoned in i was always was very extreme. It'd be lazier. It'd be hard working so i was always very and i i was always thinking like man. If one day i can make it to a point where i didn't have to work in on a five can do these preps without at that. It'd be great. It's wrong when you're when you're sitting at home and that i just right there next to you. Oh my god and you're already hungry. 'cause you're on a diet. That's that's the rough ashi envied people who could go out and do like twelve hour shifts and stuff because you're out of the house and you're busy not sitting next to the fridge all day no matter how busy keep your mind on the computer. It's like you can eat whenever you you want. You can take your lunch break whenever you want so that makes it a little tougher mentally. You said you do this for a living. What's this <hes> just the whole fitness thing social media youtube channel segue into uh of course sponsorships and endorsements and then say went into business branching off of that so that's been my fulltime. How long have you had a youtube channel four but man i i started. I mean i've had it registered forever but like i started making videos like the end of two thousand nine oh gee yeah and then two thousand ten was added added the vault series which people that fall forever all recognize the name of it that series that was fun. How old are you. I'm twenty eight twenty eight so you have some stuff. When you look back act that you're kinda like oh my god. Oh everything just because like it's probably the beginning of some of your lifting. Oh my god everything from like my camera quality to my demeanor on oh. There's so many videos look back. The only reason i won't delete videos that our oldest because i'm too lazy my god the series and that kind of kicked it off and that did kind of pioneer like youtube fitness as far as what it is today like <hes> like christian guzman in matt oguz both even told me that and they're pretty like oh gee. Oh yeah oh yeah they're so i mean that that was kind of cool to have gotten that going back then <hes> but yeah a lot of video poker and what is the vault series that was a series. I did in two thousand nineteen not yet two. It doesn't seem to us in ten nineteen and that was leading up to the natural mr olympia which was i- n._b._a. I believe and <hes> i actually got the inspiration from watching the little wayne documentary the carter. It's it's really cool. Documentary just like reality t._v. kind of just on him and he's just such a out their character character and <hes> kicked the guy out of his room like the reporter comes the newsroom. He's like the fuck out of here and the guys like. I didn't even say anything like i just don't like you. That was those from that from that documentary so i watched that inspiration from the structure of that to do a similar style like homemade documentary and yet there's the cringe. Is there okay the p._j.'s on that guy nice <hes> yeah so that was like a a series that i still meet people act like dude. I've been following since the vault days and i've always just loved it. It's been fun to yards or massive. Thank you yeah you're pretty jacked right there. Thank you hold on this. I must have been in like ah. Where are your parents basement parents basement. That's the only thing i'll get from out good excellent days as in the basement days the two things i should just tell people like fuck with people who still live with us in that base yeah you gotta keep the overhead low right. Exactly what's what's what's your. What's your diet like. When you're doing a body building shell like you mentioned the intermittent fasting just like low fat basically standard bodybuilding style closer to what you do. It was <hes> <hes> i prefer higher fat low carbs just preference i just i felt better on that. I felt less hungry. Less cravings on you. Eat carbs as like an onslaught. You're just gonna wanna eat all all of them yeah yet for real because i would have high carb diets because like i i had <hes> shutout to denmark ler when my best friend trading partners he did my diet for this because he's a genius genius and i just personally. I don't wanna think when i do. I don't want to be in charge. I think everybody needs a coach somebody to tax when you're like feel like you're gonna jump off the ledge especially especially those final couple of weeks you get in your own head mesh himself up over thinking so i had him handle it and he did an amazing job and he would give remember telling him you these high carb days once in a while and i remember dreading them like who has a high carb day because my calories would be low again twenty three hundred calories maybe at most but doing cardio twice a day and going to the gym so that goes fast. I was only like two hundred grams of carbs some of that being fiber so it's like i have this little bit of carbs and to be the big tease. It'd be amazing and then i'd be starving an hour later. It's like i couldn't wait to go back to low-carbon days. What what what have you done <hes> like kinda more recently in terms of competing. Have you done any. Have you done a power thing meter about show like in the last couple months yes so i did <hes>. I did a deadly or i did. I've done all full. Power meets <hes> but i did a dead lift only meets because my friends are doing doing it right before. I started my prep so that was march. I did a water cut from one ninety three. Maybe one eighty one did only me and then that that was on a saturday that monday i started my contest prep for this bodybuilding show and then i competed in christian guzman summer shredding classic that was june twenty-ninth okay okay that was just not long yeah so as recent is that hard going back and forth between the two honestly not really well to be fair i i didn't like i haven't jumped fully back in full power mode rum just doing the big three accessories to the big three and aiming for me like i said it's been a blend <hes> of bodybuilding being in charleston so it's been a little bit maybe easier in a lot more fun but now has been a problem for me because i i keep programming in my perhaps so i maintain a lot of strength up to my show and so when i came out of my show since i got some calories at me it's like my numbers. Were already pretty good because i just never really stopped. Lifting heavy was gut when you transition to like like doing bodybuilding and then doing powerlifting also. Did you notice like a change in the way you looked at training or your enjoyment of training. Oh yeah like hey. How did that help you out. Man dan powerlifting literally fixed. My training in it like brought it to the next level. It's what i'll say and i'm saying this as someone who's guilty of it and somebody who competed in bodybuilding forever a lot of bodybuilders on the whole the starting to get better these days because the internet brought up until recently a lot about. I don't know how to train. They really don't and i'm not talking just about the partial reps like they literally like you. Just bio mechanics of their lifts are just awful like horrible and that's why you see so many lower back injuries from bodybuilders. There's dead lifting because they don't know how to double. If you see so many you see more torn pecs in the bodybuilding world from flat bench and then you the parl thing world <hes> just because they don't know how how to do with the bible out there. A lot of body won't benchpress because they're they've gotten hurt on it before right exactly and it's it's insane and with powerlifting. It's funny. It's like you always hear form form warm. This form that oh wow that was that was during the cut right there that was i was one hundred seventy eight pounds. I think six hundred dang nice every go in and senate <hes> but yes it's funny. A lot of them. Don't know how to train in powerlifting what you have. You'll hear i use good for them because it's safe to use good form safety. I mean you're a teenager like yet. Whatever but with harvesting as you know you need good form to lift the most amount of weights just just physics if if something isn't firing correctly if your knees aren't tracking in the right direction hips are opening in just the right way the small details off. You're not gonna be able to hit the maximum what you might be able those who if everything was perfect so really teaches you like the bio mechanics of the actual movements of these lifts and then you also learned so much more about programming too and that's why look like i said this that's six hundred zero for there was during a cut <hes> and i was still able to pull it off now astronomical numbers but it was still solid for me and that was just from applying programming that i learned from my parlayed him yeah. What made you start a youtube channel. Did you feel that you had something to share or. Were you just trying to document some of the stuff. You're doing started initially because i just wanted to share my bodybuilding like competitive bodybuilding. I was competing a teen. People are going to be blown away by this. I'm fucking jackson really i. I had a blind a blind confidence. That was like ridiculous looking back but i was glad i had it made me jump in right but yeah i wanted to showcase showcase and at the time there was nothing like that on on youtube <hes>. Was there anybody else you were kind of following a reserve any sort of like mentor. Maybe like even if it wasn't on youtube was was there somebody in the jammer. Was there like a jay cutler ronnie coleman. You were following or anything like that so for youtube to actually like inspiring structure on youtube was a guy named steve mead. Who's who's not in fitness at all. He does custom car audio and shot out to steve because i think he actually lives in sacramento around this area. I fall himself super young. He has crazy s._s._i. Mike thirty thousand watt system. The base shakes buildings but i'd watch this chain religiously because that's nothing i was into doing on the side for money cardio my buddies. <hes> sean sean <hes> shop in woodland. He's got all kinds of crazy yeah essay digging. That's really cool <hes> so you're following him and well. That's that's probably me to pick up the camera and stuff like that. As far as bodybuilders ronnie coleman was on what is my biggest idol with ati building. What what a mutant that guy was right well the thing he was strong too. That's why i liked him. A lot and i love jay cutler business sense right so those are the two follow when you're younger because i know when i was younger <hes> and i saw those magazines i was like yeah i could actually get at the f._b._i. Were you were you like me to be sitting here like a hundred and four pounds models sandwich or turkey me like get like these guys. Oh my god yup the <hes> the the more knowledgeable you get the further and further away that dream is did you have anybody early on that could school you about like nutrition and stuff not really now <hes> now. My uncle did bodybuilding non competitively and he looked really good. You know he was old school too so he was all about just like went by the magazines so no i was just self worth of the internet and a lot of trial and error. It's what makes youtube so special and guys like yourself and guys like guzman right. It's like like this community from kind of <hes> the beginning stages of fitness and youtube kind of coming together and there's a lot of people who are like yeah. I didn't really know anything but i started ended watching these videos on youtube and you like. I mean even bones. Jones has said that's how he learned how to strike yeah right and you're like okay. Fuck knows insane. It's like and that's why said like you see a lot more powerlifters utilizing bodybuilding eskin nutrition now which is good and then likewise. You see a lot of bodybuilders who are now learning how to train now now. I think that's largely because of the internet you see. There's one hundred percent and then look at <hes>. Look at the females you know look at how strong the females have gotten in in in powerlifting and i think a lot of that has to do with social media a lot of that has to do with cross fit. I think cross it was maybe <hes> maybe more welcoming to male and female participants where powerlifting lifting not that it was an open it just <hes> there was just a lot less females yeah for a long time. You've got me into parsing. Johnny candido is the one who got me into powerlifting actually because before i was like the classic naive i thought power third for just a bunch of guys doing one rep maximum with really weird colored plates. Go tease yeah bitch about the government and then every ten minutes with really fucking color plates right but that's how johnny on youtube and i'm like oh my god. That's a kid who's like my size using real jim blaze. I can see how much is on the bar strong shit yeah yeah that got me into it. So internet's been good yeah. It gets you fired up. You mentioned doing a lot of cardio. What are your thoughts on cardio like. Do you think it's like if you did another body billing show. Would you still utilize a lot of cardio sound like you had to do. You had a quick prep yep i. I'm all for it now. I used to be back in the day. I used to be all like the diet. Do it all right cardio now. Metabolism's not as friendly right man. I just appreciate as i'm getting older. I'm appreciating just heart health and health all around and just the beauty of being able to eat more because you burn off more so yeah. I'm i'm pro cardio cardio for sure i think from a mental standpoint nice to just to have you know thirty forty minutes of something whether it's just like walking outside or whatever if you're going a little harder and you're using the stairmaster master whenever it's kinda nice to sit there listen to music or it's a way to like calm down while you're still doing something i agree thousands and supercar thought i i i even told arianna that like i'd leave a treadmill in my basement and but usually drive off like this little private jim we have and i'd be the only one there i do like ten eleven at night and i just go through my last session the carl there and she would even be like what you have to drive out. She feel bad like oh. You're the i. I told her i know this is. I'm excited for this because it is the fifty minutes. This is the drive in your car. They're listening to a podcast music. Whatever then he gets to the gym and he gets zone after forty five minutes. I it's like a recharge. Do you walk like an more intense type of cardio now. I'm very lazy so i walk. I throw it on a weighted vest recently. That's my that's my thing recently just because it's not dramatic but just the twenty pounds in the long. You can keep it on. Keep it on all day. That's even better but just the added weight. <hes> you get to a pretty fast like walking pace and get on an incline stuff like that and he had a twenty pounds. Just just extra calorie expenditure. Your body support next twenty pounds yeah i <hes> was wearing a weighted vest for awhile. Jesse burt academy do it. He calls it fatman cardio and <hes> he's he's like yeah just throwing away to invest and i was like how much should it weighs like just like he's like your fucking fat and heavy as it is so just use like ten pounds or something you know through this weight vest on and it's the best is like <hes> it's kind of like greyish silver something and had overtop the hoodie. I had a hoodie on and i'm walking down the street and walking the streets at davis and i'm doing this fast walk arms kind of swinging and a cop comes up and he's like he's excuse me and i was like <hes> he's like everything okay and then i put my hood down. I was like oh. He probably thinks i'm like some crazy bastard fast. I'm like oh. I'm exercise. This is a weighted vest. He's like carry on have a good day. I was like oh. This guy probably thinks i'm a maniac. Yes running down the street with this way advanced. I always feel slightly bad ass with it on the ah cooler than i probably do. It is hard to leave it on for a long time. It is beats the hell out of you oh my god and when he finally take it off. You feel like a million pounds of bad back. How have you turned. A youtube into a business doesn't make any sense to some people. Some people are like what is he doing with it. Obviously make some money from the views right. You make some money for for sure like i. I've done actually did a video. I went over like income and like views for my channel would be like the highest might be like four thousand a month off views like the views are there and it's a little extra income <hes> but the biggest beauty of youtube any social media's. You are the advertising platform. You're you have to focus on your content. I bring value people. I it's your first priority but when she is on you know that's like you're the marketing platform. These companies pay for company pays for a commercial or billboard. I mean you're that so. You have a lot of power there so with u._t. What i what i started off doing just the videos and then just sponsors you know and sponsors would pay well. You get <hes> <hes> salaries and stuff like that. You get commission which pays a lot more than i think. People realize people. I found people either think sponsors you either broken. Get nothing about the product or you're like multi not million dollar contracts right in the middle <hes> yes from there. It's like your branch off into your own business so i've had you know my own apparel lines going partnered up on different brands with other people that are on social media as well <hes> affiliate link with us. Yeah yeah like you can actually use nick ten. <hes> there you go rap shot and get ten percent off everything. It's crazy there you go. Oh that's that's interesting because i think a lot of people like they're not sure of like how that all works. You know obviously it's <hes>. It's easier for you to do now because you got. You know you got following right but how did you. How did you start to learn some that. You just started doing doing it and even gain a big following the first place so i think the first the most important thing to put out there is if you are looking at on youtube just to make a living out of it. I i just wouldn't get on youtube because i've seen that fail about one hundred times like you have to start off with a passion that you're passionate about showcasing like you mentioned the guy with the car audio yeah like the car who cares what it is. Just something your loved it and it and it blew up and like you you depar- often. That's how i started. You were in love with powerlifting and wanted to share that in that blew up and same. That's how i started with the bodybuilding <hes> so you have to have because gross so slow it grows so slowly slow crawl yeah. You're not gonna make anything so i've seen i've seen a hundred hundred times. People will wanna get into it for the wrong reasons. They wanna make money. They want to get sponsors doctor on business whatever and they get into it and they try it for like a week a month a year and they don't get thousands of thousands of us. They don't get money and suddenly these start getting discouraged because holy shit videos take a long time to edit and wow and then they quit so you have to queue can't be aimed at the money like i had money was not even a thought when i started and it's still like i still try to not make it my forefront you wanna keep dry and the ball of business always constantly moving and business but i mean for me. It's like the when it comes to youtube the content and whatever i'm passionate about showcase needs to the first in line and then i think everything from their falls off the but for me you know honestly like i have strengths and weaknesses like everyone else. Marketing was strength. Public speaking was a strength sales. <hes> <hes> weakness was business mind like i wasn't horrible in business but i wasn't like super analytical with like christian. Guzman is someone who's like. I'm i've i've been president for years and he's an example somebody who's just gotten amazing business mind and both parents entrepreneurial. I think that's so cool <hes> he's so good all the numbers yes and that was always a weakness not that i couldn't get my head around it. I just never had an interest in it like i was just. I never thought about it so for me. I was always marketing came second major you know linking up with sponsors and and get my own brand out there and sell them brands of clothing lines that was all easy but as far as like really expanding these businesses in in scaling them. That was something that like. I i have a much better grip on it now and i'm working on some new things now but took a long time to get but for me i was just it was just <hes> showing what i loved and then marketing myself and if there was a product that i used and loved i would contact the company that made the product hey listen. I love to share your stuff more. Why why don't we work something out and get something going like that. Do you handle all this yourself. Yeah present and did you go to school for business. No also i. I learned i. Hi decided really early on that. I hate school the structure of it. I realized i was good at whatever i was interested in in horribly. I just hated it. I don't like the structure of so many flaws about like the education system in general so for me. It's i think school is needed for certain fields for sure medical field this bunch fields needed but i think for a lot of people people should really just focus on us in school as a tool to get where they're going if it can get them to where they're going if not i mean so easy to learn so much now when the age of the internet would you come across like that idea for yourself that you didn't really have to go to school to achieve what you're doing right now are like my hundred time getting kicked out of class in seventh grade. Uh-huh <hes> not really was that really was i don't wanna just horse around and get in trouble in school and blow it off a lot and like i said like i would as classes. I really liked and then man. If there was a classical it seemed so stupid and pointless to me <hes> and then and then i think i hadn't really thought much about this until the second but i think maybe getting into bodybuilding as early as fourteen in in learning it myself. Maybe subconsciously that also kind of showed me like okay. If there's something else you wanna learn and get good ad in life. I can learn it myself self. I don't need to go to school for this again. Depending on what it is you wanna get into what about like editing and stuff you film and edit yup your own stuff yeah yeah. I love that <hes> arianna oriana will help me fill in sometimes she's. She's awesome that she got creative mind. <hes> and i love editing something i enjoy doing so. Is that a lot of times. I hear people like they wanna start something but they're like. I'm not not going to start until i get this and i'm going to need someone to fill man. I'm gonna need an editor and i'm like well man. Maybe you're thinking way too far ahead. Maybe just how about you shoot. A couple of videos yourself often see if it works exact aren't there just dive in. Maybe with your phone or whatever yeah hundred percent dive in. That's what that's that's what i tell everybody. I mean you never gonna feel ready. There's always going to be even with business. There's two th i'm i'm trying to segue more into business outside of fitness and that's like the area where i'm not super like confidence. That's all learning for me but it's just matter diving and do my research and diving as much as i can china copy us. That's why you came here exactly film and everything i saw you. I know what you're up to out there. What kind of things are you doing doing right now to get better at business man. I'm just so like i'll add a plan like and there are some like new brands. I'm working on right now that i don't want to discuss until obviously obviously there to fruition but <hes> i think he's got really fed up with things that was bad at in wasn't good at things. I hadn't really dove given doc plunged into and recovery thank you that was always our public speaking. I fed up with just things. I wasn't like serbia and i knew i wanted to start doing some new things outside of fitness <hes> so what i just forced myself to do is just really way out a game plan. I'm blessed to have a lot of friends around me. That are very successful zestful. So i have a lot of people i can go to for questions and <hes> i've been able to see a lot of the inside of structures of a lot of businesses that are very successful so i had a good layout of what needed to be done and i laid out make a game plan in any area that i knew i didn't know anything about you know like <hes> ad targeting for example some dealt with a little bit but i always hire someone else that really handle that for me and the indepth the facebook pixels and re targeting and the intricate side of it so this time around i spent hours and hours and hours with my morning coffee taking notes on notes notes and just studying that and research and then i'll still not an expert on it but that's something i'd like to be able to do myself and become really good at and stuff like that scaling. The more got talked to our boy. Josh josh she'll help you with that. A lot of youtube is something that you have to know stuff about. Two you need a a good thumbnail. You need idols. <hes> there's ways of optimizing it to get better views and things like that. You must have learned a ton about that kind of stuff. What are some things someone can do to help <hes> kind of get their video to get a few more views. Thumbnail entitle was the two biggest things thumbnail needs to be catchy the catch your eye in the title needs to be something that's catchy as well like click bake there is i do think there is a middle ground for click bait. It is sadly it is needed. You're competing with like media nowadays so you need somebody but there's a way there's extreme quick which is totally misleading and there's a way where it's it's in the video. You might disperse it up a little bit. Oh my dog. My dog died yeah yeah yeah no one time i was like. I think it uses one twice. Actually one time. I took a picture of me standing just random. I knew i was like in store. Just like standing look inside had like a jacket on isn't someplace and the title was let the single life begin and like everybody had no meet her and they watch the video it gets to the point where in the gym and was like yeah. We're starting heavy singles now so that some people were mad about that people get but heard about everything right. I mean and you know. I don't know if we can backtrack real quick but you mentioned the binge eating right. You mentioned that thousand problem but i feel like it seems that you've figured out ways to fix that. Even i had an issue with that. After my bodybuilding shows in the past i ate a whole tub a peanut butter once right. What have you done to like fix fix that because a lot of people struggle with binge eating so how do you fix it or how are you fixing it. <hes> first thing is learn about it which i won't get too much into because i've have done videos on it and we just shot video here. Oh <hes> before you guys got here actually <hes> but short and sweet. I recommend the book brain over bench. It's not a plug. I have no affiliation with that book. I went and bought it. After i sought recommended really good book it breaks down the experiences of a binge eater and it breaks down down the science behind it so that is step number one learn about what it actually is what's happening in your brain and how the habit was formed and that will then teach you how to identify the bench when it comes up and how to start tackling it and that's something that we could get into for like hour so i'll start with that. Get that book brain over binge. Read that good first step once you have that down little things like get out of dieting if you're new and you're having been issue stopped diet because the die is gonna mess you up. Gremlins raised leptons low. You're going to be hungry going not help anything and also get away from this tracking mentality. I'm not saying tracking is bad or unhealthy inherently. I'm just saying if you have an issue with binging especially if you already have an unhealthy relationship with food things tracking being neurotic about your diet. It's going to amplify so get away from tracking away from that and <hes> well. People probably aren't tracking the ships. They been john anyway right exac but i find like when i would track daily stuff at leeds like the binge earned california and then we'll worry on actually helped me due to <hes> was she was start making breakfast for me and she would make like a really well rounded fun breakfast just in a moderate amount so she make little egg sandwich with like you know brad and like a little bowl of like some fun sugary cereal stuff that normally my brain was programmed to be like okay. I'm i'm having this now. So that means. I need to have a light protein. Only meal later on to counter or i'm having this today tomorrow needs to be higher cardio and lower carbs balance it like foods that were like trigger foods more or less their foods that you put them as pedestals being like what what he knows every day in moderate amounts was doing was helping me get back in line with just the fact that they're just foods and they don't need to be put on a pedestal. You don't need to feel guilty for avenue or get excited to have them and that kind of makes it so. It's like you. Don't get overly excited about any food. You don't feel guilty about food yeah. It just gets you get you. In a healthy relation with food food is just food and then it really puts the focus on just i amount just eat a reasonable amount and that's like the first base step and then the one little tip. I'd give anybody who's dealing with binge eating when you binge as a train in all binge eaters you really really really fast like a dog in the wild really fast and one tip that i found a lot slowdown. Just take take your time with each bite. You make yourself breathe between each bite and i found this does actually slow your mind down a little bit and helps you kind of get in front of the bench and you can kind of cut yourself off a little bit easier that way. What what are some <hes> some warning signs like <hes>. You know somebody listening. Oh well that's interesting binge eating but like they're totally ignoring something that you know they're actually doing that could be leading to binge and <hes> if you i mean a really common example is i. If you're dieting or trying to watch geeta whatever and you may be go to have like two cookies like i'm gonna have to these cookies right here and then you're like all right. I'll just track these cookies. If you track you know or you make a mental note. If you don't track all right let me just have one more cookie. That's it i'm done. I'm done to try to have one more cookie and you keep going back and keeps snowballing finally had like ten cookies and then suddenly you're like all right. You know i was going to have these cookies and this this this bowl of cereal and i'm just gonna cut out my entire dinner for the rest of the day like you make these wages with yourself and the next thing you know it's like you're snowballing uncontrollably and you get like anxiety to getting gettin anxiety trying to resist it and you feel extreme guilt. That's a that's been. You have a good good side of benjamin right there especially if you're in a diet and and especially especially if you do that and then you try to really counter it by doing extra cardio the next day i read i did not know this. I read that's actually that's a type of bulimia because i was not believe he was just eating in purge like throwing up but pershing can be any form of trying to counter out it binging is eating an insane amount of calories more than necessary in a very short amount of time with no no sense of control over and then pershing just doing something to counter that increase in calories that is more than what you would normally do so i i do that. I would eat and go crazy and go kill myself in the engines. The problem with it being extreme is that it's going to interfere with other things that you're doing so it might interfere with your recovery. You might ended up being overtrained and under slept. We've talked million times on the podcast about sleep. Sleep shady sleeps gonna make you make bad decisions and and it's just you know cascades on top so that's a really good point too. I didn't think about that but i noticed that too. I would do that <hes> cardio to counter it in a minute hardest hell like the next three days as to balance that out and then by day four she hasn't prep. It's like be burnt out in that lead me. It's like one of binge again because i was just gassed yet a lotta times i likely said about like you maybe kind of forgetting about being on a diet you know maybe forget about being on a diet. Maybe forget about like <hes> just the idea of like under eating. Maybe forget about the idea for a minute of just trying to weigh less. Maybe try to get some good nutrients. Get some good food good healthy food and you and <hes> you know try to have a little bit. <hes> you know maybe just easier easier. Go of it with the foods that you're eating. You said you you get like frosted flakes or something and it's not that's not a sign that like the whole day is blown and you're gonna eat like a pig the whole day exactly know exactly exactly that's that's the best way to put it in just getting familiar with those foods takes away that power the frosted flakes would normally have what do you think about cheap meals on a topic of binging. That's that's an interesting too. I feel like i feel like well. If you have an issue with benching you're really gonna find out when you give yourself a quote unquote cheat meal l. 'cause you'll likely just go off the charts with it. <hes> what do you like to do. That's tough because i'm making this point now where i'm get myself back under control with a health food so i don't know if my my opinions even the best i mean when i would die at not for when i was in there was no cheating period but like when i was dieting for like a photo shoot or something more casual i would <hes> die all week and then do like a cheat on the weekend like on a saturday or something like that. I think you control them like if you do it in the form of a repeat or it's structured like you you actually give yourself a structured amount of calories to follow <hes> that can be beneficial. It's tough stuff. I think if you if you have a good food and you can balance i. I think it should meals fine <hes>. I think if you don't have a good relationship with food that she meal is going to help fuel that that whatever that unhealthy relationship is. I think it's a tough balance. I'm trying to get people to like a you want to get people locked into their plan because you know that it's gonna take a long time. Somebody needs lose fifty pounds. It's gonna take them time right and they need consistency in like we're not trying to lose fifty pounds and <hes> you know have that be some heroic thing. We're trying to lose fifty pounds and keep it off forever right and so because of that like like this whole process has taken a long time so you're hoping that the client you're hoping that the person you're helping <hes> can not even have a desire to have a cheat meal yeah but it's really not realistic so it's like man. Maybe if i just if i tell them once a week they can have a cheat meal. You already know they're going to eat more than one cheat yeah. We're not they're gonna. They're gonna they're gonna probably spend the latter half of their saturday or sunday in pig out. Hopefully that doesn't turn a whole weekend yeah <hes> ordeal but it's a little easier for them and it's easier for their relationship with whatever they have going on at home and they can say hey look. Here's what i'm doing. I really want to lose weight. I wanna put everything. I got into this but you know what on saturday you and i get to go out and we get to go enjoy some wine and i'm just going to eat like whatever whatever comes our way so. It's easier for people to do that. The problem is it's like a banana peel right slip on it and <hes> you know you're going to end up probably want to eat everything in your house and gets to be really really difficult to manage but hopefully hopefully through over a period of time you can maybe as a coach you can communicate with the person say. How was that cheat meal. How'd you like that was a good. Did you end up eating more like you know what was the deal with it and he's okay. Let's let's see if we can just control that a little bit more as we keep going and hopefully period of time. They can learn not to go crazy. Yeah yeah yeah. I think that's that's like. I think if you can apply that balance is good <hes>. It's this stuff 'cause where it is kind of necessary especially if you're really trying to mega transformation what's your favorite food. Oh my god. Why isn't my favorite food. Everything <hes> fast. I love all fast food always like i'm a huge junk with fast though no. I actually haven't had it much after this the show but fast enough to poli. I love edible. I like it pizza pizza pizza pizza every sunday before <hes> before pressing pleases sundays are pressing mondays pizza sundays here. We have pizza for breakfast. We do have yeah. I was gonna ask what favorite cereal then <hes> man lately. I've been on <hes> <hes> sour patch kids cereal kick which people either hate or love and you know what's funny. I don't even love is my favorite cereal box been on a kick of it anyway. Why is it sounds like legit. It tastes like fruit loops with a slightly early more sweet tart flavor the kansas arts and it does sound yeah with milk. It doesn't taste like an actual sour patch candy. I hope not it's literally we are states like yeah the the candy yeah not super sour it's kind of like that tastes but with like a a fruit texture and it's really not it's not even. I don't know why like gives a much right now. Encima can't be any worse than raw liver as true yep. It's impossible while livers. It's acquired taste. Though what maybe this is this is this is is to not this is to hate are loving. There's a movie i think the movie's called that sugar movie and there's a scene in it where the guys just like he he pours london tons of sugar into the bowl and he's like he's he specifically went somewhere so that people would see him like eating it and he's his point is is like this is the same as eating and he's crunching on this sugar with no milk or no nothing in there and it's just it's just great. It's a great scene. 'cause you're like yeah. That's yeah that's what fucking cereal is. Oh you know what is my favorite cereal metabolic sugar. Okay gutter butter cereal. It is like a big bullshit. Oh my god l. e. m. i. corn and sugar. It was supposed to help prevent you from whacking off but i don't think that that's what cereals made for cornflakes kellogg l. Let serious serious doctor. I'm with him yeah yeah. No it's true story wait. What was the what was the religious thing right like if you're eating you can't wag off opposes the proud we get the orange juice and i i don't know i don't remember why but yeah the guy to suppress thrash year libido. I guess got it doesn't work. I don't think it works but probably a bowl of estrogen and a bowl of a bunch of other bullshit era yep. You still fast 'cause. You said he messed with that for a bit. You'd still passing yeah. I'm actually curious c._o. Squats go first time squat and heavy. <hes> not fasted okay so do you think fasting helps binging or makes it worse. I think you can make it worse. You gotta be very careful with it like that was one of the first things arianna and i are literally. Just held my hand through this because i'm such a stubborn meathead so like i'll just stay in my ways. She's like no no no. No you killing yourself you. Gotta let me help okay so she started making my breakfast and she also had experiment with not fasting. I actually did help because you eat a big breakfast that i yes in fact i like passing a lot and i think fasting some benefits in the sense that it can on it makes you a little bit smaller by the end of the day so you know you can eat less hours hours and feel fuller but if you have issue with binge eating or whatever then now you're just getting your appetite revved up that much higher so by the time he finally dewey. It's go time yeah so i i got a good grip on that and then i eat fastening back into it and so now what i do is i fast and i'll make my post workout meal my first meal of the day big and i'll make all right. Usually it's like an omelet with chicken in it and stuff. Some cheese melted the bulla votes with like some blueberries and stuff. It's a big meal and that'd be like what am i only two major your meals for the day. He was like a smaller meal like in between <hes> but yeah no no bench with that anymore. I think fasting is great like intermittent fasting fasting for sixteen hours and things like like that because for a lot of us that lift. I think we'd like to eat or you know so the fasting it sounds counterintuitive but the benefit of the fasting or the the big bonus that we get we get to eat later on yes and get the kind of stuff yourself. A hundred percent agree like i said if you can get a grip on the bench barred of it. That's the way to go. I like just the big post workout meal to break it fast. Do you still feel uncomfortable. When you feel like hunger and the reason i ask this is because it's interesting. We had a woman named georgia eat on and we were talking about fasting. She's like oh. That's not really good for a lot of people though right and you're also saying that for binging but for people that have those issues fasten might not be ideal and i see why you say that but something that helped me when i started doing intimate fasting <hes> was really being comfortable with being hungry and not like having hunger and immediately turnings of right because i used to do that so do you. What do you still feel like like does hunger and comfortable for you or not hunger. No i actually went the opposite way for me. <hes> maybe just because the dieting itself for me. I associate funeral hunger with almost like a weird discipline so i actually like it. I kind of go into longer more feel hungry. I'm like hell yeah like we're we're. We're partitioning than mobilizing fat in with the amount of like. It's not really antiquated deal but you for me yeah hunger. I just looking to be more productive. <hes> mhm doesn't bother me. What actually messes with me is when i actually start eating and then oh my god like when i e and then become more ravenous with every bite that's why i said like ah i was up to slow down between bites and then it kind of gives me a chance to like unwind that the urge but yeah i'll i'll eat if i don't force myself to consciously like like it's weird 'cause i didn't feel i lost my ability to feel hungry. It's like what you hear what six six pound lives. They've started getting like that. If i wasn't in pain my stomach was in pain. I wasn't full full. I get to the point where i was like. Full of people call full your bellies full that was good but in my head i was like well hurt yeah so i can technically fit more in so that i'm still hungry hungry so it was like that. It's like she would ask. She'd be like well. Are you even still hungry. Go from like my eighth bowl something i don't. I don't know i think so so what i started. Having to do is literally like a big sized meal and i finish it and i'd mealy my impulse will be want to go and get more of something and i literally have to force up to stop. Take breath wait like ten minutes. Usually helps helps kicks an immensely too but i have to be like all right. You know what i feel starving still but just logically that is a big size meal has to be full older. Even if i don't think i'll before i tell myself that and then just waited out like you said eventually pass and now it's like okay right. Some people say like you know after your meal you should be able to like get up and go for light run right yeah and it's like that's if you could keep that rule of thumb your whole life. You probably would never even really need to be on a diet yeah. No seriously who the hell can do that. I would eat to the point where i couldn't even lay down in bed. I can't see the old louis c. k. bit. He's like the doctors asked me like so so about. How far into a meal do you stop eating or how far new middle when you're forty stop eating. He's like i don't stop eating. When i'm full. I stop eating till i feel like oh shit. I can't breathe. I went too far yeah dead accurate. Yeah i remember i think about that too because back then i had no idea about nutrition either. I don't know i wouldn't do. I stop the a good way to look at. It is that you know <hes> hunger can be healthy amada modest amount of it and especially through intermittent fasting. I'm not talking about someone like a eating disorder or something like that but like i think some hunger just like we can all agree. Food is very healthy for us. <hes> not eating gene can be very healthy as well. Just go through periods where you're like shit. I'm really hungry and then waiting and out of respect for hours not gonna kill. You cross any negative damage at all what i'll do. Now's who is <hes> to kinda like weed out mashing hungry and not is <hes>. I'll ask myself. Could i go and folks doing work on the computer or all. I should go and try to do the work in the computer peter and none out of times. I can get through the work because i'm not actually hungry. I'm just in front of the fridge wanna blue moon. I'll be like do work and my stomach was still wrong. Okay i can't focus now. I really actually hungry yeah but yeah. That's that's like a good test. You can focus on doing something else hungry. What was your nine to five job that you had before well so so i got my first job tennakoon. I was thirteen at these restaurant. I was washing dishes and i was working like illegally fifty hours a week and a lot of like am damn loud rough around the edges people in nearby. I liked that got me up to speed on like the real world and world quick and then so throughout high school. I got a few other jobs also in kitchens prep cooking looking cooking dishes line cooking on yards and then senior year i was doing the restaurant senior project school bodybuilding and then doing landscaping construction on the weekends and then after high school i knew from the start. I wanna pursue mallon thing. I don't want to go school confident in it and so out of high school but i saw obviously work a job so high school i went right into full-time construction landscape with real handy inc in warwick rhode island and <hes> they it was fun and a lot of cool experiences. Masonry work would everything everything <hes> and then at about twenty. This is all while still pursuing the youtube and trying to get that running around twenty. I started working for g._n._c. and then found out. I was really good at sales. I'd also don't somewhat cold knocking sales jobs do solemnly tom kirby vacuum cleaners and then found out i was gonna sales and then shot up to management and worked managed a store in a mall for g._n._c. for awhile and and made good money for a twenty year old kid at that time and then all along all the while still do diving for shows doing youtube videos and like i was trying to like mark and myself that way to look i go up to like r._t. Shots r._t._m. I don't work with them anymore. But good relationship they're like my first sponsor ever and i would like load up supplements for them and drive five to three hours into like new york or wherever supplemental table at some store do a demo there for hours for them. Hustling shoot film the whole thing to and it's all uh-huh marketing. It's like i'd be i'd basically be like an underpaid sales guy a sales rep more or less what i would do is i would like get clips of it and had the shirt everything about my sponsors sending me here doing little tour sponsors meet-and-greet. Come beat me. Yeah you make it sound like it's cool deal than it is and i would actually have people watch channel three people at talk show up and say hi <hes> and then so corporate jeans but then man it doesn't hit me. I was manage amounts door and it was good. It was at the time. I don't don't know how it is now but a time it was good money. It was a fifty five thousand a year or something like that with benefits 4._0._1._k. Plus commission again for a twenty year old kid yeah and it was after work in labour's jobs. It was nice being an a._c. Not having a shower after you know for twenty years old that was pretty after labor. I don and thousand thousand odd odd ball jobs. I worked at tora factory as a as a subcontractor so we did like the twelve hour days to iron working with like the metal at the boots. It's the clean sued the hard hat all that fun stuff so i'd always been labor or stuff which i liked and so that was nice being a little work but man some are twelve that summer as the last on show i did. I did not have a minute of social life or life at all. I was just like us managing so if employers don't show up you got to be there just like sixty hour weeks and it hit hit me. I was like i'm wasting my life literally to make someone else money. I could be applying the same amount of time to myself this morning and i that's how i always looked at things i'd be at g._n._c. and i'd be like you know. Most employers go through like blocking facing and everything we're taught to do blindly counting the time of the shift ends i be looking at it and be amazed at the marketing and like you we go to g._n._c. portal and you get like the newest update from some supplement company on their newest way of marketing it and i always be so intrigued by that as a man magin and get to a point where you're getting carried by different stores or third party stores and you can market it with this strategy and that strategy so then. I was like i'm done with this. I just quit and i moved moved to virginia richmond virginia with my cousin at the time opened close him and then that's where actually max tuning and i got him him so he was a fan of mine hit me up to work out. We became really good friends yeah and then i got him on youtube and now he's blown up. He's killing. It deadlocked man yeah yeah. It's channel's awesome you mean as killing his business killing it so it's crazy how things work out but that's it. She gets how come <hes>. What do you think you know makes you <hes> <hes> so driven in like is this from mom and dad or to see you know i definitely think mom and dad has something to do with it as far as they're always very supportive in encouraging yeah they they didn't care that you were driving into new york city. No they're all for it because i was always very hard headed an independent and i was always good at selling things. I'd make everything sound awesome but <hes> now. I like my dad would always like he helped me out like he he he would work night shifts. You'd wake up and drive me to the gym when you should be sleeping just even workout with me. He's always in shape guy guy but he didn't have to do wicked support stuff like that so i think subconsciously just having that i've seen it firsthand. It's like having somebody not behind you whether it's parents or whoever that is that blindly confident in you and supporting you indirectly. I think a lot for one's confidence. I think that has a lot. I'm very grateful to have had that. I think that helped boost my confidence enough to make me dive into things and get out there and he brothers or sisters <hes> two younger twin sisters vanessa cristina. They're fraternal twins so they don't look anything alike <hes> two and a half years younger than me okay so everybody leaving rhode rhode island yeah. We're all born and raised in rhode island. That's a state right. It's a state it's not it's not a town in new york. It's the smallest it's the smallest state as a small state is not a town in new york. People be like where you're from rhode island island new york. I've been there yeah. They think it's like long island. Yeah you get all confused. Rhode island's interesting because it's a it's a small state geographically for sure and population still small so it's like it's just north of a million people i think but it's you don't feel like you're in a small state. When you're in there. It doesn't have a small town feel to it. Well depending on where you go like you have providence which <hes> big downtown city area and you have a lot of beach areas that don't even feel like they're like part of the state so it's interesting people end staying there. I don't want to stay there but i think people do. It's a weird state. It's fucking cold there and it does it gets warm in the summer yeah same temperatures here but plus humidity <hes> it gets cold in the winter. <hes> do you always with your business right now. Like do you want to remain independent or do you like want to partner with people and and do stuff like that. I want to remain as independent as possible man i don't. I don't see partnerships work out long-term ever like i can't think of very a few people start off as partnerships and business and ended up lasting you only time i see it work is after you know. The two parties have already established push themselves and in a if two businesses have already done well and they're like hey. Let's partner up on this new project both already understand how to do business and at that point is like a financial agreement right and i've done a little things like that like i was a silent partner with brett gibbs for his line. I was just distributing and stuff like that of powerlifter the right yes okay three time world champ. He coached me for a while actually got to give him credit he he was he was the one who brought my lifts up to where they are and gave me a lot of the knowledge. How's that have now with lifting. He's he's gotten. Insane is a coach for strengthening any became a really good friend. Yes i i agree with that if you if you're both already established there's something jumping in on some extra project before but as far as like some apartment with me on my own primary thing i couldn't do that also very much. The type where it's like i hate being micromanaged romanticized. I hate being on someone else's schedule. I very much like need to be doing my own thing on my own time. That's good that you greatly recognize that but it's also good that you ate ship ship for a long time and actually just did it. Yeah you worked for other people for a long time most people you know they just there. They don't wanna do that. They don't want they don't want to like <hes> have have those years where it's fucking hard right. No that's true they just wanna get right to where you're going so i'm just gonna start my own thing and it's like but you don't have any you don't have any history of starting starting anything else. You definitely need. I think social media is guilty for that. People just see right everything looks like overnight success and social media and then nothing looks like a requires any work ethic on that side out of life right so when it does when you left g._n._c. Did you have like a safety net or like a plan b. or i didn't think so but i just i wanted to hear these guns and i'm leaving russia. I don't say guns in the corner. Yeah same wait over in the bodybuilding when i really shouldn't have just dove into not having a job when i shouldn't have as i just turned twenty one i had i remember having about fifteen grandma account at that time <hes> and that was pretty much more safety net and then i went down i was making maybe i started making some light money off youtube in a little bit of commissions on sponsorships but again everything was very small back then so i was making in maybe like six hundred to eleven hundred a month in rent would be like that i was i was breaking even evening treading water but i was just it was like fighter flight and i've found recently. That's like what i thrive best under i find when i tried to like scale things back and live safer. I tended become more complacent when mcconnell myself under a little bit of pressure. I'd do better what a what supplements do you like being that you worked at g._n._c. for a long time. You've been in the fitness industry doing bodybuilding and powerlifting. Some supplements in joy trend mary. That's what this guy does. Not threaten not actually on turn zima. We call now honestly man <hes> really just pre workout in just for the sake of caffeine to be honest. I've dabbled in all different ones creating which i think can inhabits benefits and essential fatty acids and <hes> you know some <hes> some pump products can be fun for the gym but honestly i mean i've. I'll get on something for a little bit use. It love it. Get off it forget about. It really really make a big difference. What about like just protein powder just for flavor just because it's like <hes> for me. I like it because it's different than eating steak right. You're right you. You know what i actually liked recently. During this prep a lot was ghosts. Um vegan protein powder. <hes> and i'm not at all but this powder rush tasted really good to me granted disclaimer. I started using it when i was in prep meeting. My taste buds were desensitized so i just stayed liking it. So you know try it may tation bodybuilders that say they'd like apple cider vinegar right like that does not taste good yeah so make your decision but what i liked about it is it was really smooth like i'm not lactose intolerant dollar but dairy just tends to digest harsher people in general and what i notice what this is there is a no gas no bloat they usually get from like post workout shakes none of that which is beautiful and then <hes> this might have been just all in my head but i swear on getting closer show. I just fell. I stayed a little drier on versus when i'd have the dairy i i feel like i get a little soft looking. Just sit from the blow and stuff the water retention so that was like. I definitely like that but you know i still play on different ways like a love m._t._s. for their flavor earned but yeah i don't i don't try to these days. I don't go to too much. I still use the same pre-workout all-time which is is a tories more extreme and i buy that on amazon now so i'm i'm not even affiliated with them. Even protein bars can be a slippery slope toe. Yeah 'cause like eating snickers this. I mean they're making them taste better and better all the time and there you are eaten in two three four of them. Yeah no those are dangerous from those so that because don't really because they're so damn tiny. They're so clinically dense in this tiny little bar car and it tastes delicious. It's like one cookie you want another one but you look at the back and it's like two hundred fifty calories and he just had a little kind gets excited to eat something else to it doesn't really he doesn't really satisfy the way he would like you know it does and then by the time he was something else. It's like now you have that little protein bar added on top of that so you just got fatter for nothing snake. Make the excuses oestrus protein protein. I can eat three more yeah yeah. What is worked for you. <hes> strength wise. Have you been able to build your strength. <hes> you've dead lifted over six hundred pounds. He's squat closest six hundred pounds. <hes> you've benched over four hundred pounds of you're right. I mean those are some great numbers and especially for your body weight how you've been able to the do them like these. Do you do high amount of sets or what's no. I actually i. I'm one of those guys that doesn't respond. Well the high volume. Some people thrive off real high volume i i don't i should the bed really quick view volumes over me. <hes> on average lower reps was always my thing so for benching i really did my best actually staying around four range. Even to his lighter even needs to be higher. I do more sets overall and add more frequently throughout the week but just lower repetitions and same squads like rarely rarely ever higher than six raps on squad. I never do aids and stuff like that so and then <hes> as far as the actual volume itself goes like i was never type to be doing like fifty reps in a single work. Some of these guys do right <hes> you're more like just maybe two or three hard sets and that would be a main exercise at like four sets of four. Maybe depending where a rat might be six sets of four of its early with waterways <hes> but yeah it was kind of workout too brutal or you got the volumes real high. Amount of sets are real high. The reps are kind of moderate and yeah like that's the worst sixes like six range sucks. Six is like it's low enough reps to where you're definitely isn't heavy have a year away like heavyweights be taxing but it's high enough reps to where it's like. You're not doing three reps anymore. It's to kind of wait. It's it's cardio. Yes yes somebody had asked like what training split prefer now <hes> bodybuilding powerlifting so i do i do both like in a half a lean strength program on my site nick right bodybuilding dot com tom <hes> but i spent i spent a long long time designing and running and running into his perfect <hes> in that one that one's designed more for if you're a season powerlifter so you're used to some higher volume and you need to start a cut and of course if you want to implement somebody trainings maybe a professor who wants to cut and get his physique goan own like i did <hes> is designed for that or it's good for anybody who's in a clerk surplus not dieting but <hes> just might be new to strength training feet wet for spring training <hes> but so that is one example i use for all my cutting and that was like it was five day split. It would be upper body body lower body allendale once a day. I mean once a day once a week and that's just what i found for me too much dallas burn out fast and then i do a back day with that and then repeat upper and lower and start off at the bread and butter squats bench press you know the big three and there'll be some variations on one of the days is like a long pause benchpress slow negatives <hes> then followed up with all you know <hes> lateral raises stuff like that but everything's programmed in i i don't i don't like and ever got into like the the generic splits. Do you ever notice any like. I don't know if you could but did you. Did you notice a difference in your physique after you started it adding heavier lift since who like eating a lot a lot of thickness added yeah lot of like my weak spot has always been my chest justin shoulder region and <hes> my chest blew up for me more than ever had after just bench and superheavy yup and like this cut show a lot to anyone who's who had followed me. I got a lot of positive positive compliments saying that i brought my shoulders up such the chest area but israeli just from that heavy ass benching and do it so consistently high frequency multiple times a week yeah tremendous tremendous change. Did you always program for people or is it something that you just kind of always wanted to do and no i i don't i don't coach people <hes> with at that so i just it's a program designed and it's available on my site and it goes by percentage and goes by our p._e. So it's about as detailed as you can get before having a coach custom. Make your own <hes> but nauseous something like i basically just something i would want to use it something that gets me results in that his share and i kinda made it just generalized enough off to where you know because i have certain things that i need people might not need might not be necessary so generalized enough like switch out a movement that maybe i need to bring up weak spot with a movement that i know overall benefit anybody in everyone did that come from like demand people asking you for help ya actually yeah. I get asked what my trainings was like. Super common question <hes> people would also ask how i maintained strength during a cut and also i was the only thing i really wanted to share dislike so many bodybuilders miss the ball in the everyone loses strength strength and thickness when they cut dramatically and you're going to it's unavoidable. You're going to lose it to an extent but you don't need to lose as fast and as hard as so when he will do including myself i as the just a month into a diet lifts. Were gone yeah. No programming programming saves all that so that's why i also wanna get out there for people. Give them an option yeah. How's your youtube youtube. <hes> evolved from the beginning where we saw some of those pictures you flexing in your p._j.'s versus. <hes> you know over the last three years or so. It's in crazy it <hes> man it was a lot of adjusting with times that i've seen a lot of older youtube. Channels not do some of that attribute to friends and like max shooting for example. I put him on. I got him on youtube with max is like a genius in his own respect and has a great eye for marketing in youtube better either me. He watches a lot of channels. I don't even watch outside of fitness and he has a good knack for that. So though i put him on i would then in turn pick his brain about how he structures his channel and learn from him him and that helped me kind of adapt with the times a little bit but man it is it's segue d- like it went into fourteen carlton so it turned into pretty much like a piloting only channel and that was exciting so it went from following my journey through body to follow my journey through powerlifting in all my prophet meets but eventually got so one dimensional and then i started i actually got burnt out from from youtube can happen to sixteen. I got burnt out from utah like kind of sick of sick of posting and i kind of fell away then views dropped and growth growth like really plateaued for a little bit and then <hes> i got really back active again pride dozen eighteen ish and so that's that's about where i'd now to two because an eighteenth started the blend of powerlifting bodybuilding coach your favorite thing about you man creating i just just creating i love that like getting him out world and being able to create content that i would actually wanna watch of my favorite person. That's that's the the most fun part to me and then just being able to interact with so many people knew the all strangers seven thousands of people interact with you and they start to get your inside jokes. It's like having a whole amway's crazy. Whatever what videos have worked for you that maybe you weren't expecting <hes> to to go really well. Oh man <hes> 'cause sometimes. You don't really know you're asking to put this up. I don't know how it's going to go. I did a video once called supplements the good the bad and ugly and i thought it'd be alright. That'd be like a little bit of a hit and it blew up is down one point four million views look at my crazy hair back then on the way mhm leave. The house like that face was just as fat hair was even fatter. I remember watching this video now. I just hit me right now. Yeah man so so i did that and that blew up now. <hes> also did some videos like boston lloyd when he first came out yeah and actually jumped on that one fast because this this is before wish piano was even like blown up so nobody had been honest about steroids and i remember him post on facebook lobby and honest and i said to me. It's like me to make something because it's going to blow up and if you've been him here's one video i deleted that had a few million views. It was called my think it was something like my first fifteen hundred dollars steroid cycle or something like that and essentially just hypothetically. We're just shooting share was like so boss you wanna blow me up to like become a prime valuable there overnight what what would you put me on and he started giving me all these doses and we rounded up the price but then like i kind of got nervous that somebody eventually would try and her sumi so i just took that down. Oh my god but there's still a few minutes with him. That aren't dangerous on that topic. What a what caused you not to take the leap into that realm just always it's claiming that he's natural half natty half natty. Honestly i just feel like if you don't have the genetics that become something like top of the line. I don't know if it's really worth off orsha to like monetize it. Okay all right so even in terms of like gaining in strength or whatever why do you prefer not to. Is it just because like you don't think you'll be able to get. It's one nine hundred pound dead lifters squad or something yeah. It's it's like debatable from janice would even be able to get that far yeah and then just the strain that would put on on slivered losing your hair all the should that goes with it which i it's. You know whatever it's all personal choice but for me it's kind of like spend the money and putting that kind of risk just to kind of be average. You'll look. I said it depends like if if someone was like hey we went up to twenty few in hollywood. Newsagent muslim trend then hell yeah. Ah yeah okay makes sense yet so it's always a always interesting to hear why you know. Some people don't do it sometimes like you. Just get to a certain point in your career where you're just like well. I'm just not usually people. Don't do it like really late and you're like if they've lifting for five years ten years ironically. That's like the best to do yeah. You're probably going to do it like in the kind of early going but once you've already kind of gotten past that you're probably not you want. The funniest reason was actors kinda ridiculous but i really like be leading up to the four oh five bench. I so badly wanted to hit four or five bench naturally just for myself out because i was so we get bench. Vanja was my absolute uphill battle genetically and <hes> i sucked so bad so i was like man if i get into that because in my head at the time you know and this is before the asia social media where everyone's benching five hundred pounds at one hundred eighty <hes> at the time. It's like you know four places. I can only big linebacker dudes or like juice up dude. They're doing that so in my i had like that's one thing i i wanna do so like and i hit that until like two thousand seventeen so that was like it was a really ridiculous reason kind of but thousand one on the four or five bench natural yeah <hes> what's it like going to these trade shows and stuff and now having such a big following. What's it like having people. Come up to you and here you. Are you know teaching someone how to get like bigger biceps or get in better shape deep and they're saying that you helped change your life. It's amazing. It's unreal. I mean it's like the coolest feeling in the world. That's one thing i never i'll never get used to and i'll never tape granted like i. I don't grant. I'm not like celebrity level or anything but i don't know how people can ever become jaded with that and start like brushing off like fans wanting to meet them. <hes> goes to me. I'm just like blown away every time like you wanna meet me. I'm like another average idiot lifting in the gym. I it's the coolest thing in the world really really is is nothing comparable to it. We mentioned <hes> you know i with youtube. We mentioned the thumbnail only mentioned <hes> the title. What about the content. I mean the content is crucial and so over the years i mean part of the reason why you got burnt out was probably like i didn't want to think about it anymore because he can't really you can film just your lifts and i guess some merit right but in order to be like a youtuber. You need to like do more than that right yeah for sure yeah. I'm jim footage burns out quick as it doesn't anything anymore views <hes> he mess around like skits and funny shit here and there and you know know that stuff does do well. I've just never the idea of trying to get a funny skit. It's been overwhelming to me. I feel like i just try to intentionally be funny. Yeah yeah yeah exactly exactly you say something funny than some people a lot of day in the life stuff. They lysine you daily life. They like seeing the inside of the lives of people follow in. They like like they appreciate. Good editing clean cut cinematic style in which i enjoy making so yeah content needs to be on point so you need to really show your personality or personalities what we'll get your following going this. What brings people to you. Include still do a lot of like blogging type stuff i do. I try to keep a blessing such a pain the asset he keep doing that. It is a pain in the ass well. I definitely like my video. My video upload is not as frequent anymore like i do like maybe a video a week now now <hes> cabrera video week and it is a week and i'll do a little bland like there'll be like. Maybe a certain day where i've logged. If i came here i might have the camera hand-held log but maybe like the rest of this weekend we do. Cinematic shots b roll shots action shots jim footage. Whatever so for me i just i. It's very intuitive. I try to go by gut feeling like i. I go very much off creativity and what's exciting to me at the time so if i want to if i'm feeling is to share something and do it very raw right up in the moment hand held holding the camera here. That's what i'll do if i like if i'm feeling it out i'm like you know what this would look really cool. Just being cinematic bureaus dow shots with cool music over it then. I'll do that so i just kind of. Feel it out and really just doing what i feel like doing. Creatively that's a pretty big doc. Deal like you know rather than fall into the trap of doing something that like maybe it's hot at the time but you really don't enjoy it. They'll figuring out what you actually like to do. Be as you can do that for a long time and you probably won't get burnt out right. You know yeah. Definitely you see me doing what you love to come down to in any books actually yeah but i'm not into do any of the business books or lifestyle books. I see a lot of people posting. Those and i've never been able to get into them so i'm just inefficient. I'm all about stephen king. Ooh the that's it for me the the dark tower series of the best books areas in the world what about t._v. We're watching some t._v. Some movies like that yeah. We try to find different shows to watch all the time. I don't even have cable actually never bothered to buy this. Hulu netflix youtube premium all that breaking bad was the best show ever followed by dexter besides the ending the ending the ending is why dexter is not number one yeah <hes> sons of anarchy was good up until the last season's just kinda got repetitive and far-fetched people's get too tired of writing. I think at a certain yeah game of thrones was good up until the land down man. That's bad yeah michelle's. I'm looking for a new show now though ending so <hes> yeah i know it's hard. It's like a you know go on netflix or something. It's kind of hard to settle in on something into netflixing you find something and then it's like in like german chairman or something i've been watching. I've been watching pretty little liars with arianna recently. She'd been shown me that and that's actually a good show. I'm surprised yeah that no no no watches that you know show that i am very embarrassed that actually liked but my girl put me on and we watch together empire diaries. I've never watched that you watch it already pretty good morning. I might as well the customers are shows that are you really get into them. When you watch and genuine yeah you just couldn't watch them <music> yourself. Oh no yeah like pillows showed up. I remember her watching without the oils she was she she was watching what was out and i was like. I can't get into listen yeah. It's really good. I'm like exciting to watch it at night now with her but but i don't think i could watch myself yeah you know she she was watching episodes of gossip girl and those are pretty cool but i think it's because watching with her and i'm like should i watch my still what's going on here. I don't know what's going on jitsu. I wanna bed suits them. We just finished up. Orange is the new black. I try unwashed the new season that just came out and did you watch any of the previous ones though i'm caught up. I'm all caught up man. I don't remember like i don't know if it's a new thing with mirror just because i eat when i watched it now but i get so growed up the meth heads teeth and that you never use the bottom out all i can see i had turned up eating so sick of seeing bad t to watch <hes> breaking bad. I love breaking bad but that is the best show ever. It might be still never seen why wow it's amazing well so that i the what are you something to do. I <hes> i actually kinda like hard to get into the second season really picks up and after that crack just be careful man especially when you're picking up series that you don't want to lose like well. I won't take so. I'm just waiting. 'til like i get like. I don't know some like crazy bad like illness where i'm stuck in six months. I'll just catch up on all these breaking breaking bad is everything i can't wait. Unfortunately arms didn't hurt me that bad so i'm still okay breaking bad. What is the best show ever. Don't ask me who's really awesome. Have any here can't wait to <hes> gifting with you but i also wanna do a podcast with you. When you girl there'll be a lot of fun. Where can people find you. Youtube dot com slash. Tim westwood's now nick right youtube dot com kalashnikovs <hes> instagram in twitter or both at nick right w._b. And i i try to stay as interactive on all of them as i possibly can strike never weakness week. There's never strength catch. You guys later.

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332: 2020 Ruby on Rails Community Survey with Robby Russell

Ruby on Rails Podcast

30:16 min | 1 year ago

332: 2020 Ruby on Rails Community Survey with Robby Russell

"You're listening to the ruby on rails podcast on the five by five network. Welcome to part two of my interview with Robbie Russell. Today will dig into the results of the twenty twenty ruby on rails community survey. So. Robby. Great to have you back and I'd love to start off by asking you why planet Argonne conducts the survey. Questions. So when I have to answer every few years, even to my own employees, like why are we doing this and so the the origin story isn't the first several years of employees, Plato Oregon being a part of the ecosystem we part of our service offerings was hosting for rebels, applications and. So two thousand I think it was two thousand eight to give or take we. We were we were realizing that we're lagging kind of investing and keeping up with some of the new ways of how servers and such were being managed how applications would be deployed, and so we really let's write a survey of the community to get a sense of how people were currently hosting how much they're spending on hosting and what versions of rails. They're using a bunch of other little tidbits related to that. So that kind of like help and we promise that we would share all the results of everybody minus everybody's email address. So that way we could be okay. Here's kind of like the state of the industry when it comes to deploying rail. So that was our first version of that survey and through. That survey admittedly, we realize, okay, we're way behind on a number of these kind of advancements in the deployment world. So we ended up saying we're going to basically kill off our hosting part of our business and we ended up selling that to another organization in we're just GONNA focus on coding related projects and consultative services there. So that's how it started. and. So two years later like Oh, let's do it again but we're going to modify to be a little bit more inclusive, just the broader community and we got rid of some of the questions related. We still keep that in their some of that in there, but we don't get into like budgets in the same way we used to we done so became. There weren't really any other surveys around the time that were really pulling the rails community to kind of get a sense of Persian rails you're running and how large is your team, and where are you and what gems are you relying on and which ones are frustrating to work with in what's keeping like, what are some of the challenges your teams having, and so it's became a thing. We started running every two years so that we could then share back with the community. And just to kind of get a pulse on where things were moving which tools. Use things in their related to what database servers you're using. And we can see trends over the years like their their services if you go. Over that time you could also, you can put the new survey results. You know you can go back to two thousand nine and compare every couple years and see that there are services that existed back. Then the no longer exists and nobody's using there's also scenarios where like I one point say squall was largely the most popular database in the community, and now it's completely flipped around where post grass is the most popular and I have some I understand why that's happened but. It's interesting to kind of see those trends over the over the years, and so it's more of a curiosity that we have in a way that we can every couple of years interact with the community and and kind of like catch up on a few different ways than than share that information back with the community again. Well. I. Think it's a fantastic project. You do a really great job of gathering the data and then turning around and displaying a very nice site in order to view that data. Of course, we will link all this in the show notes and listeners I suggest pausing the episode and reading over the results, and then we are going to dig into some surprises that I came across. A lot of the results were what I expected as Robbie noted post Gretzky while continues to dominate. The defacto performance monitoring tool and the folks that did take the survey which was over two thousand people wholeheartedly agreed that raises their server side framework of choice. So, for the one question, you are primarily building monoliths are micro services twenty five percent answered hybrid. and. So Robby, what circumstance would you take hybrid approach? So? That's a good one the. I'm always curious about. Work in the consulting world where we inherit and work on a lot of other people's projects and so quite often most rails applications likely unless they've started maybe in the last five take years. Are Likely to start off in kind of a Monolithic Forum. In Oh, let's move into a more of a micro services approached and so they start maybe. Breaking off pieces of it that way so I think it's it's. Just inherent in the kind of well, we WANNA start experimenting with micro services. So here's a segment of our application. We're GONNA break off. Move into do micro service. So I think that's that's how that comes about. You know I don't know if the I don't know what I expected. The numbers look like they're. In some ways I think I'm surprised that bashing maybe more not the more common answer like a higher number in some ways but. It's but I don't. I can't speak for everybody but it's kind of like my theories because a lot of evolution of iterating on an existing application like, okay. How do we start moving in this direction and then whether they're going to go like full micro services or Ni-, you know basically like strip back the core part of the application what have you but. I think that's someone of my theory thereby. anecdotally, I've talked to some developers who started off with a monolith and then they moved to a micro services infrastructure and then they've decided that they don't like it, and so they're in progress of combining their micro services back together, which might lead to that hybrid answer. I. Think that makes sense. I've heard there's some organizations and people talked on even on my podcast related where They've you know they they felt like they went too far down the micro services Catholic. Okay. We have all these other issues now where we haven't quite, we don't actually have a big team to support all these different micro services in their separate teams, and so it's like it's the same people supporting all these micro services and we're getting these weird triage problems of like. Well. How ideally with micro services there you can deploy them independently and such, but that doesn't always work small team like well, if we're making change here, we often get this other deployment happening in this other this other service over here. So you kind of like I've heard people moving towards having like maybe hybrids or they also put move everything into say a mono repo where they can have an atomic commit and deploy everything at the same time and so it's like you come up with like different sorts of technical deployment challenges with that but. It, it is interesting. I don't feel like micro services has turned out to be. The. The the silver bolt that I think a lot of people hope there would be but. We know why? Yes I agree. So in the next question I thought the question of what code to test. SPEC. Ratio does your team aim for results were interesting with only sixty two percent answering between sixty to one hundred percent coverage what is your philosophy on this topic? Well A lot of the time my team inherits projects where. You know different software projects primarily with ruby on rails, and sometimes we get really lucky. We'll see eighty percent coverage the most of the time it's like twenty percent or less, and so there's always kind of like, okay we're going to have to work on. Integrating our way towards having A. You know a higher level of. Coach test ratio and. So I think the. Our our general rules. When working on new projects, we're trying to be eighty, two, hundred percentile range is, but I think there's a lot of other conversations around making sure we're working on the right types of tests writing giving the platforming application or working on. Or even sometimes using some sort of. External. Tool. That's actually not part of the the coding experience for specific type of application or something where we need to do more like click through situations and there's some there's some online platforms for that but. I think he kind of like good develop reminiscent it depends. But that's kind of general rule is like trying to be in the eightyish percent route so we would kind of fall into that category. So fifty one percent answered rarely or never for contributing to open source. Does this sound correct to you or do you think there's a general misunderstanding of what open sources? That's interesting. I actually find the number. Higher Than I. Think I actually with thinking would be I think there's a lot of people that are using open source but what does it mean contribute back to open source maybe what we're trying to ask here and so whether or not that means they've submitted a request they've reported a bug on you know on a on an jam or whatever, or they've helped you know submitted a request or help. Documentation or they maybe helped answer questions on a mailing list or form on stack overflow related to something that was. Technically an open source, related problem tooling problem so. I I know anecdotally from thinking about people on my own team, there's there's developers that have contributed to open source projects and there's a number of them are really just intimidated about even knowing where to start. It's like well I know how to download things but like who am I to? Go Open, put up a poll request on changing something like it. It's just not part of cow. They're thinking about being a programmer at this point in their career so If anything I found the number actually a little higher than expected it so. and. That's why we discuss the results. So at thirty one percent J.. Query is still the number one job script library us alongside rails do suspect this is legacy choice or is it still being actively chosen I? I would say that. The longevity of rails applications. There's probably a probably a number of applications that have been around for a while that's still have J. Query. Included in the application. because. There may be afraid to rip it out because they don't know what they're going to break I. Think he's probably one of the most common reasons I can vouch for that on a few projects around that we're working on right now. Where it's got there's react areas and there's some J. Query. There's some backbone areas and we're like, okay, well, we if we. See. Anything in a break. I don't know there's not enough tests coverage on this application that we inherited. Maybe. So there's a little bit of kind of figuring that out if it's still being used or not, and so if anyone listening has some good suggestions on how to you. Know, there's tools See. which. Code in your ruby on rails application like your ruby code is being executed. To see if that's being used in production but I haven't. Haven't explicitly looked to find if there's any tooling around to see if certain libraries and your javascript or being called upon when users interacting with things in the application. But that might be something to be kind of curious about but I do think yeah. Back to your original point there that I think it's more to do with legacy and I think there's also maybe an aspect of working with year building a new rails application right now. Any needed add to some small little UI update type things like if you to do you, do you need to go as far as creating react components to have maybe a little like bar something kind of do some a little quick little animation is that over killer and that's A good conversation have. Where I personally feel like there are times where we react to be a little overkill and something like Jake, it could still working there's a number of other tools out there. Now that are way smaller footprint J. Query but. For. Anyone that's been around for does it there's plenty of there's there was a lot. There are a lot of J. Craig plugged that are easy enough to. Can Get up and get running with as well. So. I agree I think it translates from other frameworks as well and yes I agree that it's some legacy and I think ultimately they want stimulus. So fill in that gap but I don't think it has the the usage yet. So. You did mention that one really cool thing about the surveys that you can compare year over year and one thing that has definitely been very popular as of late is that vs code is now dominating at thirty two percent as the preferred editor, which I really find quite impressive dependent especially was how young it is. So any guesses as to why? You. Know I think the? I I've installed it. I don't use it personally. I'm still using Adam and I knew I needed probably switch away at some point. Let. Don't do a lot of coding in my day to day activities but I was curious about this and I actually tried it with a few people on my team that are using it. You know when they is like, what is about it that you really you to find unique or it was they were they describe it in a way that was felt like I feel like that's kind of the same reason I would have said said about sublime or. Adam or you know previous tools that used to be around in our ecosystem so I do think the the. The fact that there is maybe there's some aspect of Microsoft buying get hub and their their developer relations. These in the open source community has drastically flipped around over the last know definitely compared to fifteen twenty years ago. Compared maybe a decade ago. So there there's a lot of tutorials online about using you know using vs code, and they have some cool little features in the only she can work within vs code and there's an I've never done that myself but I've seen a lot of people writing putting it all youtube videos or two trails and how to set that's F. up. So I think there is an aspect of try to make that the experience of using your editor a little bit more delightful and I think that's been an area that it's probably been ripe for someone proving on and I don't know that it's exponentially greater than a lot of the other tools that are available right now but. It's an it's an interesting one because I don't feel like I have. Enough exposure to it but I see people using it I. See a lot of junior developers our a lot of the developers bring interns every quarter, and you know when they come out of the coding schools like they're all using vs code, and so someone told them to install it and start using it or they saw someone else doing it in the same way as usual popular someone else was using it and they're like I guess I'll do that to you so. Same thing with other sorts tooling like your terminal a Mac. There's what's that other one that's been kind of hyper has been one that's been popping up more recently in the last year years versus I turn them or the one that comes pre installed with your apple your Mac os so. I have a strong preference in this this realm again, I'm using Adam and I'm kind of in the minority at this point adamantly has. Nine percent and make that was a higher number a couple of years ago for sure. We'll just give a big kudos to the vs code. Developer. Evangelist is clearly doing a great job as someone who's been on a windows machine for the last year vs code was the best coding experience that I could find, and that might also related as well as people might not necessarily be grabbing Mac as the first laptop now granted Mac still dominating. But the s code might be opening things up for windows and Lennox is true. I was actually the windows to have grown a lot more than it had It's still seems like it's pretty small in the community piece in the Ruby on rails specific community I'm curious how that would compare to other technologies tax like maybe the job hip related. And I don't. Like, what is your experience? You know you've been working with windows for the last year I was is ruby on rails feeling a lot easier to work within that space. Now are using kind of the two subsequent paper approach there. I'm using whistle to and it's been good that I can use bash for windows and I wouldn't have been able to pull it off if Scott Hanson hadn't posted a blog post on how ruby on rails could be fabulous on windows. I was kind of stuck in a situation where my Mac completely failed, and so I needed to quickly Puerto over to an available windows machine now that being. Said, I might not be on windows forever, but I can't say it's doable. It's not necessarily my preference, but I think it opens up programming to a lot more people. So I'm appreciative that there is at least a solution that's great and so you're in, are you doing anything with within your your environment with vs code where you've got like the terminal interactive in there you mentioned using bachelor. Yes. Yes. I am using remote connection in order to access it. So that works as well. It's a bid memory intensive and I've heard that there are new improvements coming along It's just if feels overall that Microsoft is moving at a really fast clip on everything that they're that they now have their hands on type script, get hub and PM. It just seems like everything is moving very quickly which I think re lends to how vs code is doing. This episode of the five by five podcast is brought to you by fusion off fusion off provides authentication authorization and user management. 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I feel the real core team is shepherding the project in the right direction and seventy percent of surveyed said totally or mostly agree. Do, you think shop Fi, get hub, and Hayes. Recent successes have influenced this I think to a degree. I. I, think it's interesting. The way you're phrasing because I think the way I was thinking about it more of. Like. Those are good examples of projects in organizations that use ruby on rails in particular early on in their the life of their company to help build their platform, and some of those companies have other technology stacks being used behind the scenes for some aspects maybe not. Hey. Shop if I still largely ruby ruby on rails but. To My to my best knowledge there. But I think at a lot of it has to do with the not overblown reading the. Like I like. Even, though we're in rails six, six, one, six, one issue now and You know you can still go back and look at like a rails three APP and see. The stole a lot of there's some consistency there. I think the there there the core team is making. I, think. Ben. Allama mindful in the last few years about making upgrades a little bit more. Straightforward, in some ways we've there's been some you know some conscious decisions to break some things apart two different gems over the years that's been helpful but I think. There's a there's a steady release. Cycle security is being well taken care of well by the community in the release cycles work There's occasionally questionable things that people might be like. Well, why did they add this new? Featured in derails core versus it just being some sort of extension I'm thinking in particular to. Like when they went into the act of storage, you know which was I think a good thing at the time, and then you know then Paper Cup kind of got abandoned and I think there's you know there's some little bit of fall out there but that was a good. Exercise there. But I think there's still like. Good momentum happening in the ecosystem is still seems fresh and alive, and they're mindful not to be breaking too much of what used to work, and so that's how I interpret how people are answering that question but. I do think the. There's some aspects to maybe the. Things that I'm curious about with like maybe touching on maybe some deeper topics, related rails is hard to get a sense of the long the big picture with rails early on in the community we were it was the underdog and we were like fighting. You know it's you know there's two for to be considered a valid platform to work with now fast forward. Fifteen years you know seen as this like older stack it's not as glamorous to maybe start using it now sees other technologies tax and that are popping up over the years so many rea- rails, related type projects, but for people that really love working with. Ruby. On a regular basis, ruby on rails is still really good platform for them to do that with and. I think that is the core team is is is being mindful not to to break show as as things get updated over the years. That's a great way to put it. So my last observation is certainly a selfish one. Can you name the top five podcast that appeared underwater some technical podcasts that you enjoy listening to us? So let's see pull these numbers of quick but. Yeah I think that one. was looking at the data and there's was actually surprised by just how many different podcasts people reported that they are at least mentioned that it will provide a much longer list on the survey results. So you can kind of bigger things but for the top five. Most Say say popular, but this is obviously free form. It wasn't really say what's your favorite? Some people gave us one answer. Some people gave his six podcast answers so by. Most mentioned I think is the with a caveat to the little maclear clear in number five most ranked a podcast is rails with Jason. And number four is a little known podcast called the Ruby on rails podcast. The one we're on right now number three is Ruby roques and number two as remote. Ruby and number one was thought bots the bike shed. Those are all great podcasts and I'm in very good company and I really appreciate you asking that question because sometimes as a podcast hosts not quite sure people are out there and if they're listening and so i WanNa, thank you listeners for for staying here with me. It's been almost two years that I've been hosting the show and I really appreciate you know putting putting this podcasts out there and for listening that's great and I was really surprised find the main maintainable made the top ten. So I'll go with that but the. So that was kind of exciting to see my own show there as well. So I I mentioned it to my partner and he was very impressed with my top five and he said, you know if you've made top twenty, I would be impressed. So you should feel good congratulations and keep up the good work on that and it is true as podcasters were. Sometimes, we'll see some interactions on social media or occasional reviews will pop up on Apple podcasts or what have you but you know sometimes it's like, Oh, you see all these downloads you kind of for some sort of level of listening there but it's based off the technology. There's not a lot of data insights we can get into in terms of. which episodes are like, how long people listening into the episodes, all the way through and like which continent people famous interesting unless people tell you. So for people listening, you know if you want to hear more different types of topics that Britney year enjoying when she talks about specific types of. Guests utter no so that she can try to get more of those types of guests on the show for. Awesome. So I WANNA wrap up the show with a question that I always ask my guest. So aside from the survey results that you've seen Robbie, what are your thoughts on the future of the Ruby and rails communities I think we have a problem And if we want to keep working with remain rails can refer to compete in this landscape of there being a lot of variety of choices now, a technical stacks. I am assuming rainy that you being a host kind of maybe infer that you do remain rows to be your technology of choice does reception. So. One of the things that I've my observations over the years having been around since. Basically beginning of two, thousand, five in this community. Is there wasn't an era of say, the first five years in the rails community where a lot of people were early adopters were getting really excited and they were blogging and talking a lot about using ruby on rails and how to do things with the their starting new businesses. Get up. You know that wasn't the first project that team worked on with. They had a couple of other products Bob before that, and that's kind of you know when Tobias sorta working on Shop Affi- We were all kind of like very excited and talking about it online about our new technology. We were kind of being advocates ruby on rails and trying to get other people to say, Hey, look how efficient we are working using reveals and so. I think there's this interesting problem that we have in this particular community is that a lot of people that were early adopters that created businesses went on to create. Good. Really good businesses and they're now focused on other. Types of challenges on their day to day life. So they're not. Tobias shop if I or even da chew you know his you know person realize most of what he's talking about online is in on rails. Smaller subset of the things that the projects and initiatives he's focused on, and so it kind of leaves his vacuum of. Relying on people coming into the community to talk about the technology and sharing how to do things with their in providing working on examples and people are. Attracted to shiny things at times, and so there's a lot I. think there's a lot more content being produced. In the world in a lot of different varieties of tools in toolbox an. Were kind of I. Think we're kind of falling behind a little bit because we're not talking about technology as often as we need to be I think to compete because it is these these the technology of choice in the popularity of, Ruby. Isn't something that's predetermined by well I guess this other technology now is taking has dethroned ruby on rails or and rebels will never become like. A second or third most popular technology again, or most thing that people are excited about that stuff actually can change this. All comes down to kind of like content marketing and just mindshare within the community. It's something we can influence, but it's it's I. Don't think it's something that individual developers feel like they can really contribute to our even feel like they need to and I also think another aspect of technology not being new people coming into it like it's an existing technology stack, and so they're not advocating. It's not even part of their normal way of maybe thinking about like. I'm working on this brand new thing I need to tell everybody about it because he need to hear about this cool. New thing. They're like Oh look I'm learning how to do this really cool stuff with Ruby around. And I'm relying on the content that previous people and other people in the community generated. So, there's kind of like it's in those weird I. think that is one of the challenges that Ruby on rails has going forward and has had it for a number of years that it's just not really thinking about how to brand itself in like push itself as a community and the same way that it used to. Really we all love our technology choice here but we're not also may be able to spend as much time trying to evangelize it to the people that having yet started using. Ruby rails. I completely agree and I think there's a real fear out there that people are going to reproduce the same content and then be called out for it, and that's just not the case everybody wants to hear unique voice. They want here a unique way that you do it. Perhaps you add a certain illustration that makes it clear to other people. You word it in a way that makes them more accessible to others. So listeners if you have done anything cool please write it down or podcast about it because we want the ruby on rails community to be strong indeed you you make a good point there there's. So, much about I think even just writing content for yourself but publishing on your blog is a really helpful way. That's how most of my blogging early on was was I don't know how to do something I figured it out and I documented it and just shared it on my blog at the same time. and. I knew that I was going to be the personnel reference that content that most. By. Accident that ended up being like a way that attracted a bunch of work my way as a as a software developer and getting new clients because they came across that content to like, oh, this person seems to know what they're talking about. So it opened up a lot of doors for me early on and. Encourage. Echoing, Brittany using they're definitely. Your Voice needs to be heard as well. Agreed. So Robby, how can listeners follow you? Yes. So I'm on twitter at Robbie Russell? Robbie with a Y. and to to Ellison Robbie Roscoe Aaron, you know you can find maintainable at maintainable DOT FM and planet arganda planner Argonne Dot Com. Thank you so much for joining me for these two episodes I have learned so much and I appreciate so much all the effort that you implanted Argon have put into creating this amazing ecosystem around Oh my z shell and the Ruby on rails community survey We really are very lucky to have you and thank you so much for being here. appreciated the invite an thank everybody for listening and Talk to you again in two years. You've been listening to the ruby on rails podcasts on the five by five network subscribe to us on Itunes Google play or wherever fine podcasts are downloaded to stay in the loop on Ruby on rails and source software. While you're at it, please leave us a review and listening.

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BTM135: Door To Door Sales, Podcasting & Networking with Travis Chappell

Before the Millions

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BTM135: Door To Door Sales, Podcasting & Networking with Travis Chappell

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So I believe this episode is don't be so grand valley poultry network skills so that being said let's get into the league and then we'll jump straight into the show of the week. I am currently building out our first full fledged strategy or method or say the motivated seller method. It's GonNa Trump early twenty twenty January twenty up super excited for a building. One of these sections right now in the section is all about building building out your eighteen. I just want to give you a high low review of what you should look for on your building out your eighteen for you real estate business. You team is most likely gonNA consists of a a few of the following with you. Have a rose Mortgage broker banker funding source that private money hard money attorney or even several attorneys accountants and insurance broker contractor. A handyman property manager list goes on so what should you be keenly aware aware of when these people or when partner with these people or first and foremost ads. Make sure that I'm choosing team. Members who actually invest in the perspective of real estate agent who invest in real estate as opposed to low state agent who has no investments is totally different when eighty so I want an agent who has few years game. Who's been twenty year experiences? But if you haven't investment you more likely we're gonNA know exactly what I'm looking or for Understand my wants needs and desires a whole lot better. So it's much easier. I often find that relationship is much smoother when I work with an agent who is also investor. This is for every single team member right but I just use an aging for example next example is that they care about your roles right. Let's think about important broker or let's think about funding from bank. They're worried about winning. You're worried about another thing. And you're not aligned. Find oftentimes About's did lois down payment and they're worried about how we're can squeeze fees would have news going to be the problem right there so make sure that they care about your not only goals number three Qualified Right. That's pretty self explanatory. Somebody says Zeros Zero for you. Maybe just WanNa be sure that you are. I like even with the best personally. oftentimes I'm going to ask for referrals. That the best way to make sure that might qualify to asking for referrals or testimonials Komo News. Right verify that the people you're looking apartment would have done exactly what you need them to do. And they've done it successfully for lots of people and next thing I look for is reasonable reasonable fees and now this is not as high on the barometer as qualified or the cure about Michael's MSN real estate Because you get what you pay for more so I WANNA go with somebody cheap but also winning somebody who's exorbitantly high prices if it doesn't make any sense so from getting topnotch work I wouldn't mind paying a little a bit more than the average service property managers charging I wouldn't mind paying a little bit more. A few percentage points more find that getting topnotch work or doing things that the average not magic does do but at the end of the day we want to make sure that the reasonable an MRI astronaut lease. Let's make sure that there's there's chemistry you're not getting married to personnel. But YOU WANNA work with somebody who could stand to be around. We can go on followers. Right ask yourself can picture myself. Spending time with this person. Go through a mutual. Ask yourself you trust them. A chemistry has to be there again. said in the intro but listen it's not just transactional Sean business relationship business so building. These relationships are key and as long as you have. Chemistry had reasonable fees qualified. It can also build a very strong aging. Now let's get to the show and now your feature presentation. Welcome Mr Travis Chapel Travis. How's it going today? It's going really well man. Thanks so much for having me. I'm super excited to kind of get into your story. Anger Lies Hyphen Kinda. See The business that you're building today but I need some background chavis. Let's a second back into the time machine. I Really WanNa Kinda take it back to when you started thinking that may be the the traditional route wasn't your path and you start thinking that there were. There was a better life that you can live personally and started thinking about pursuing that kind of take me back to that time yes so first off. I was always that kid bringing stuff to school to sell. The other kids is like I had a real company or anything like that but I my parents bought me How old are you? I'm twenty nine so you probably remember these. My parents bought me this little like oven thinking that made these creepy crawly bugs like you. Poor little like liquid into these molds and then you put it in the oven and it like makes these little plastic bugs and easy bake ovens. Yeah so it was like a boy version of easy because my sister always that easy bakes and I was always jealous and The Hen they came out with this creepy crawly machine in thing Ed for boys you know and I I started making those little bugs not bringing the school in a little plastic baggie in solitaire. Kids and stuff. I'm kind of had that little bit. H The bug that desire to make some the money right so in high school I quote unquote business again. Nusa landscaping business of friend of mine and I started it up and we started mowing John's and putting in lawns doing landscaping But the way that I grew up it was very much Tethered in a way to encourage me to go into ministry like Christian Ministry Street and so actually went to Bible College and I have a double Major Bible in Church Ministry. So that's what my degrees and I Around my junior year answer. Your second question is when I started thinking that maybe this wasn't the path that was supposed to be going down What happened was I I I stopped doing landscaping business but I was Doing Gore spills at the time and doing pretty well and you know I was the twenty thousand nine hundred twenty years old at that time junior year of college. I was interning at a church on the weekends and then during the week I was taking about twenty one credits this this semester and I was running a team of solar sales rep so basically I starting solar and got promoted. My first week had my fourth week promoted like two months later in about six months I had my own team about twenty guys that would go knock doors for the solar company and what happened was on the weekends when I I was interning at a church which is supposed to be the thing that I was going to do for us in my life. I found myself desiring to get back to school on Monday so that I could go work. My job and I was the first time that I really started thinking. You know. Maybe this path that I thought was going to be the rest of my life. Maybe it's not what's right for me if I'm already thinking this way like hey. I'm looking forward to not doing what I'm doing right now and being back in school tomorrow so I can go out in the afternoon and work my job like if I'm already thinking that it's been like six months. What's twenty years GonNa look like right so at that point I really started thinking? Maybe this wasn't the path for me so I basically We ended up graduating got married. My wife and I moved up to from where we lived in California. At the time let's do a city of Fresno in central California and and For the first time in my life I had moved away from the bubble that I grew up in And I I didn't really know I didn't know what else to do other than like ministry and I had some background so I knew that I I figured out in WanNa do ministry so I just kinda jumped into the door to door thing because that was really the only other skill that I had We can't do much with an unaccredited degree in Bible Church ministries. You know what I mean so at that point was just like well you know I can either go back to school well oil or I could just keep doing door to door which probably going to pay me more money than whatever job would get if I went back to school and got out anyway so That was the path ended up going down. And so that was kind of a brief overview of what what it was like leading up to before I started this business. We're primarily going to be talking about relationship building and networking the skills that you acquire doing door to door sales. I mean you don't strike me as a as a shy individual was always the case and if so how did at this help in what are some of the other skills and traits that you can directly relate to your early. You're early on beginnings and door to door sales at our help you. Today I wouldn't stay. I was ever really shy except when I was a little kid I was shy but I would say I'm definitely an introvert. So when when I'm in a sales environment I kinda yeah I get myself out of that but I honestly think that introverted tendency helped me stay and doubt and kind of find my own way to connect with the people because when I was first door to door they taught me to be really loud and energetic and now going and I made myself be like that for the sake of making money money but then when I really got good at it I realized that probably the best way to go about doing it is to play to my introverted side and be more of the technician in the expert rather than the guy that's trying to sell them snake oil on the Front Porch So that was that. Was You know one major thing that I learned during that time but I mean the lessons go on and on and on man how to deal with rejection how to how to read people don't figure out that seven percent of communication is the words that we say thirty eight percents. Mr Analogy fifty. Five percent is body language facial expression. So if you don't know how to read people then you're going to be subject to words which is only seven percent of the way that we communicate so you're gonNA be missing a lot of things and you're not going to catch as many things. You're not going to get as many sales because you don't know like what somebody's actually thinking they tell you something and you believe it and instead of looking a layer or two deeper and trying to figure that out when you are just knocking on thousands of doors all the time like it's just you have to get better at ages. It's cutting teeth. You can read as many books on emotional intelligence as you want to but getting out there and talking to you know a few dozen people every day. That's a whole different way to learn. And I think that that was probably the number one thing that a taught me how to communicate with people and how to read people better by no means would call myself an expert of reading people. But I think that I was able to cut up my teeth and emotional intelligence and And Shave time off of that learning curve where most people would take a decade in a corporate setting to learn those types of things. I think thank you could really learn a lot about About emotional intelligence in reading people in just a couple of years of knocking on doors and selling stuff for a living. I WANNA touch on door knocking citation real quick just because I do cater to an audience. Who are real estate investors in a subset of them do not for lead someone Komo calling? Some people are sending out mailers. Some people are experts But a subset of people do door knock for leads and it can be very frightening viewed or not. You have to take yourself out of your comfort zone. You have to put yourself out there right. You're going to somebody's house on where they live your disturbing somebody. That's not expecting you and door knocking as much as people may frown upon it. I think it's one of the best ways to get started in any venture whether or not ulan sales skills or you are investing in real estate But when when you when you saw the people who who who got success Who didn't get success and you were to boil it down to two maybe one or two things one thing that sticks out in my mind not love we kind of wrap on? It is the fact that if it's something that you believe in something that does sell then. I believe that it's just a matter of time for you to be able to sell that right whether you're selling your first one and you're selling one hundred or again just a matter of time for you to be able to find an owner who wants to sell you their property but it's just a matter of time it's like how many doors are knocking on. It doesn't matter how bad sales you are in the very beginning. The worst salesman right if you knock. But but if you're determined indeed if you're if you're willing to knock on a thousand doors whereas you know your sales you're not gonNA knock go out on Saturday afternoon. Knock on not just not for me or nothing came of this but no matter how bad you are willing to knock on doors even if you're the worst closer in the world in closing rate is something. I love the chocolate my clients but even if you're the worst closure in the road right the people are averaging ten percent closing. You're just like point five. The fact that you know your metric the fact that the that you know that your point five. That's way better than a lot of people because at the end of the day you still know exactly what you need to hit your goal if you had Riley and yet they're it's like how do I improve right. How do I better at report building how I become a better closure things of that nature but at the end of the day the Berry Tie? That's very top of the list and again I'm going to go back to that question. The very top list I think is being consistent. Right is getting out there and doing as much as possible and tracking those stats that you do know where you stand and again I just want I want you to kind of wrap on that and tell me what you've seen in that industry. Yeah a great question man. So we're talking about is exactly the law of averages and end. Jim Rohn sums up better than anybody. I've ever listened to He's the Ogi of personal development. Tony Robbins Mentor And I ah. I listened to a ton of his stuff when I was younger and still do every once in a while really but because this stuff is so good but he talks about the law of averages a lot and this is something that you can use in any form of sales. You're in really the way that the way that I look at it. You have to do it long. You have to be willing to do it long enough to get one if you're only going to to do it to see if it's for you you're gonNA quit because it's not fun like it's not enjoyable to take your Saturday afternoon and go knock on a bunch of doors and try to get somebody somebody to sell you their house like the that it's not it's not an enjoyable task. It's it'd be way better. If you could just send out you know fifty thousand mailers and get some some responses back right The problem is all that other stuff costs money. So that's one thing I love the bachelor doors that you don't pay for marketing because you are marketing so oh you are that form of lead generation. Your don't pay. You're not paying for anything unless you actually get business so the only thing that you're taking your time and when you're first starting out you got time so use your time In a productive way. And then you know once you get five six seven eight nine deals and you're like you know what I hate knocking doors great than us. All of your profit from those six seven eight nine deals and start investing into a bunch of other forms of marketing. That would prevent you from having to go knock on doors anymore but until you get to that point that I want to hear any whining because you don't have any business coming you don't have any business coming in and you're afraid to spend money or you don't have the money to spend then you gotta do what you gotTa do or get out and get a job right so You you have to be willing to at least get one because the first one that you get we'll tell you what your numbers are so if you're if you're knocking for Well let's just continue along real estates and says what's your audiences if you're knocking to try to find a real estate deal then you better be willing to knock until you get a deal not knock if I get a deal not you know. I'll keep knocking if it goes well or if it makes me feel good say no. I'm going to go out for two hours every single evening. From five o'clock to seven o'clock for the next ninety days until I get a deal or until I'm GONNA quit real estate because it's too hard for me so you gotta go until you get a deal and once you get the deal now you can figure out the numbers and it's all about reverse engineering the numbers and the cool thing about numbers that is that They're always going to have an average. So that's what that's what we call the law of averages so if you know that it took you five hundred doors you knocked on five hundred dollars and others five hundred dollars. Two hundred people were home and others. Two hundred people You know you were able to have a conversation with a hundred of them and then of those hundred people that you had a conversation station with only twenty of them were really qualified. meaning that like it was an actually a a deal that was able to put together and You know they were. Maybe maybe there's an extenuating circumstance. You weren't aware of by looking at the data whatever it is right and you talk to really you really able to sit down with twenty people and then you closed one of those people and then you gotta deal out of it and you flipped it or you'll sell their whatever it is that you do then they then that means you know that. Hey I it took me five hundred dollars on five hundred doors. I got one that it means. I need to put out the effort to go. Knock on five hundred more doors so really like it's about getting that first one but once you get like around four or five. You're really GONNA WANNA start to see that Lov averages take place you're really going to start to see a pattern of arise because maybe the next time it only takes you a hundred doors to to get that one instead of five hundred is five times better what you do probably not probably not quickly It probably just means that that's how the numbers worked out. But then you might go seven hundred doors without getting another one. You know what I'm saying so but by the time you get five you can look back and say okay. How many doors do take me to get these five okay? It looks like it looks like now through the i WanNa took me five hundred dollars but through five deals it took it takes me on average about three hundred fifty dollars to get a deal so once you figure out that number the coolest thing about the law of averages averages is you can get better exactly what you're saying is that he is totally the ball is in your court and when you are knocking on doors talking to that many people you are going to get better just intrinsically by repetition but then there are certain things that you can do to always get better. Maybe when you're driving to your area have some sales sir. podcast down in the background or be sharpening your knowledge in that local market. Or you can always be getting better while you're doing those things in the better after you get the more you're going to shrink down the volume of doors. You need to knock on in order to seem since he some success. 'cause maybe start seeing some patterns pop up like hey you know. Maybe the probate deals aren't working out as well as I thought thought they would But these foreclosure deals like pre foreclosure deals that these ones are are deals. I should probably be focusing more time. I've seen more success with them. My pitches better. My you know whatever it is you'll start. You'll start being able to cherry. Pick things to make it more worth your time and start shrinking those numbers. So that's how it was for me when I was knocking doors for like alarm. MM systems and stuff you said take me like four or five hours of knocking on one hundred doors to get a deal towards the end I stopped doing it I would just drive up and down like out get a neighborhood and I would drive up and down and a few streets and Cherry Cherry pick like eight to ten houses based on the way. The house looked kind of cars in the driveway. Like all that kind of stuff. All the things that I picked up on over knocking on thousands of doors selling alarms and then You know instead of having to knock on a hundred dollars to get a deal. It was more like knocking on six to eight doors to get a deal. Because the the law of averages I got better I got better at every single aspect of the business. I got better at picking out houses that were more likely to buy for me. I got better at my pitch. I got better at the sale. I got better at the follow up better at everything. Along the way like shrunk by law my average down from one hundred doors to probably legitimately he like ten to twelve doors. Like if I was knocking and I was picking my territory and like figuring out like ten to twelve or psychic deal. You know what I mean like. You'll you'll figure out what what days as what times of the day our best to go out. What did they give you the most Opportunity to talk to the most people the most qualified people You'll just start figuring out all these different things will get better and better and better better and you're cutting your teeth by doing that. So In the best part is is totally free to do all of that it. Just take some of your time and none of it's wasted time even if you did all that you only walked away with a couple of thousand bucks like man that's seems like it was a waste of time. It wasn't because you just got to know your business ten times better. You became so much better communication. You became so much better to reading people. Your emotional intelligence probably went through the roof and any other former sales after that is going to be easy as shit like it will be so easy when you do when you go from knocking on a door cold to try to selling to try to sell somebody something to you. Know taking the money that you made from doing that and investigate into inbound marketing marketing To where you're getting like incoming leads and inbound leads the your ability to sell those people is GonNa raise exponentially because you're 'cause if you could sell the people who weren't interested you're you're GONNA be able to sell the people who are interested and so at that point it's just about how far you WanNa take the business you can scale the business or you don't really care about reinvesting into it then keep knocking doors. Keep getting deals feels that way But if you want that to end then take the money that you're making from the doors. You're knocking throw that into other forms of marketing test experiment learn and Everything will get better. If you work on that skill set up promise you that and use the keyword there and maybe not a keyword to most people but you said business and I actually don't consider what most people do a business. I consider what most people do business at the point in which they start tracking. What it it is? They're doing right. Because that's the only way that you can move for the only way you can improve on. That's the only way that you can get more sales so I work with the rotor masterminding he he's had a thriving business for such a long time and all of his business comes from Charles and I'm jealous because he's able to do that but at the same time because he's in my mastermind and I want to show him what I consider business. I'm like dude. Like we have to get in predictable. Sales and the only way to get predictable. Sales is to create some type of system system his mindset now is like I need to get on social media. He sees a ton of bricks. Killing it on social media have some type of funnel towards us. I K- I just heard about this guy and now I'm willing to do business with this guy so we've created his entire funnel towards like this is the top of the funnel Ukraine social media posts. Right you're getting them to your email from their militia. Having one on one calls from one on one calls are becoming some clients and now he's systematically able to track things so that he most quarter after quarter to hit goals at the end of your tenure as Isidore salesman at the end of your tenure of selling snake oil. You said you realize that it was. I don't know how you came to this realization but you said that you realize it was time they could become an expert. What do you mean by that on? What did you go on to do? Yeah so at that point I so it seems kind of counter intuitive because at that point I was twenty two twenty three and goes coming off my first year of making six figures which you know for my age category. I'm sure the top one percent of income earners for people under twenty five or whatever But I think you're a top five percent of income earners in the country if you're at six figures of mistaken And doing that at age twenty two you would think that I would want to double down or whatever it is that I was doing but I was always somebody that looked into the future and kind of look at the destination that I wanted to end up at and would kind of reverse engineer and say. Am I on the path to do that. And at that point I just really knew the answer was no. I wasn't I knew that I knew that in ten years from then I didn't want to be knocking on doors at wannabe selling a door to door anymore. I didn't WANNA be in that industry anymore. Not that that industry's bad at taught me a lot. I have a lot of friends who make a great living and then industry with great hours and it's super flexible and if he can do a great. But it just wasn't wasn't what I wanted to do. So from that point I basically just stopped doing it almost like cold Turkey and I pursued more of the self development and personal development world because for the first time in my life I was really like a fourteen year old thinking about what do I want to do with the rest of my life because when like like I was explaining before when I was eleven or twelve twelve I like you know committed to going into ministry or whatever and so nobody will ever question that didn't have career counselors in Abbey stuff so i. I never thought about what I wanted to do. When I I was a teenager when I was a junior high because it was always going to be ministry so when I got to this point in my in my twenty two twenty three coming up for six figure year Mary create a mortgage to pay and now like a fourteen year old kid? I was just like man. What do I do with the rest of my life? Do I WANNA be like I I. I looked at applying to be a fireman. I looked at like. FBI agent applications. I looked like I looked at sales jobs. I I looked at anything and everything that interested me in the least and Just dove into I on the ballot it because I was just looking for answers and I didn't have them so. This is the first time in my life that I had been to that that world and it just became this rabbit hole of information ed started learning more and more and more about and one of my my my favorite way to consume information to time was podcast. You can still is so I after listening to a ton of podcast for quite a while I was just like seems like a lot of fun and it seems like something I could do. I May as well just get started and jump in. And that's what ended up leading me down this path that have been on now for our last couple of years. What what does that podcasting full-time podcasting? When it comes to the business that you've built walk us through building in your business? Walk us through the the the point of inception have an idea right. And whether it's in the self help world or it's in the teaching world and whichever came first but walk us through the the inception of hey I have an idea because I don. I don't think that I remember how I started my practice. I was actually told to start my podcast like. Hey this is what you need to become a real estate investor and my mentor said no create create create a channel. It was crazy because I had been struggling in real estate for a long time before I found my mentor and I thought that by hiring the sniping this guy tens of thousands of dollars. I was going to everything I needed to know about real estate and I was still radio I was so excited and the first thing he told me to do like okay. WE'RE NOT GONNA learn any any real estate for the first few. It's like almost like mister like wax softening learning Hegel Star pockets. Why you know and hindsight is twenty twenty but I mean this this is literally what created my business right and this is how I took off in? It's crazy that started from podcast. But how did you get started in that world and what. What was Your Business Model? What is Your Business? Yeah congrats to you. By the way I've been trying to get real estate agents and investors start podcast now for at least a year. I've been trying to get them to understand understand the yeah the power mad especially in saturated industries. If you're in a saturated industry like real estate you've got to differentiate yourself you have have to separate yourself from everybody else and their mom because this is the only industry where it's like a probably your mom. Does it to you know what I mean like literally. Everybody has somebody that they know in in their family. That does real estate So you gotta you gotTa figure out a different different yourself so first of all props to you. Yes so the business kind of developed through the course of developing my audience. I didn't have any idea what the business was gonNA look like. I was actually still selling door to door when I started the show because there was no way to bring in revenue at the time. What's the name of this by the way I want to check it out? Yeah Bill De Your network to allow love Okay Network yesterday So so coming into it. I was really under the impression that I wasn't going to make money for it for from it for a little while and I and I was still knocking door to door. I found a different deal Product that was higher margins that would enable meets a work only like one or two weeks a month and still will make a good income while I was trying to get this going and still have enough money to invest in the myself and all those things so then when I I jumped into with his business it was really just building the audience cre- like creating free content building the audience spending time with the audience. Finding out the problems and pain points points were and then building solutions and selling it back to them. That's really the gist of what my businesses. And that's why now I'm a podcast coaching consultant. Because that's the number one thing that I get asked about. So that's the the number number. One thing that I train on and people to do is how to start a successful podcast. How to create launch grow monetize a successful podcast? And that's that's where my whole businesses is come from Is just through this name to my audience members in asking what they wanna see from me what they want to hear from me in what information they WanNa consume for me So that's that's really built a mine. Tire business is just through listening to the audience and About thirteen months in able to go full time with it and in in fulltime ever since so for about a year. Now beautiful and my my Mike Third paid mentor is a well known. PODCAST I'm sure you know him. His name is cliff. Ravenscroft earns craft as you know He. He he kind of revolutionized what I believe. A podcast is kind of started. John John Lee Dumas pap like. He's the one who taught all of them how to do podcasting so when I learned from him I absorbed so the fact that like. I know that this is something that can help so many people like I've seen he'd helped so many people and I. It's something that I urge. You believe I believe that you can have some type of voice some type of message. The podcasting platform is by far better than video. And I'm yes I'm saying that in twenty nine hundred. Zero sounds crazy You're so intimate with your audience right. Yeah the average youtube video is watched I think about four minutes and they said that eighty eighty percent of podcast listeners. Listen to all or most of an episode when they hit play so that's crazy huge difference right there. The amount of time that you get to spend with your listeners. Compared to any of the platform is is through the roof. I will say it's more. I think it's more difficult to grow podcasts than probably any other platform I'm just 'cause discovery ability sucks but most other things about podcasting I think make it a more intimate platform that that drives pretty solid results. One hundred percent one hundred percent and one thing. I noticed that you said that you didn't you didn't come in with the idea of what type of business you're going to have. You came in with the idea of listening to your audience figuring out what their pain points. Were finding a problem that you could solve in that you wanted to solve. And then you went on and built those products. And that's often where I find the most successful entrepreneurs by now I wanna I wanna get to the mean potatoes of how how our audience right. They may not want to build a podcast. They may not want to even have a platform right but the importance of the podcast for us is one one of them is is definitely networking right. Like you and I would not have ever met each other if it wasn't for a podcast or for wasn't for somebody recommending you to come on the networking on here is powerful. But let's let's talk to the hours as it was like. I'm not ready for that or I don't WanNa do that but I still want to be a powerful network now. Would you say that when it comes to how you like to still network another different categories is. There is there a certain network online as opposed to a certain way to network at a meet up group at a conference because many realistic listen investors. Go to conferences every single week. And I'm sure they have their own. Have my business card. This is why am and then like you're giving away fifty business cards having fifty conversations for two minutes long long. You don't remember anybody in. It's just a mess. Is there a better way to go about doing that. or You. Specifically focused on networking online. Tell me a little bit more about about what it is that we're going to uh-huh audience get two. Yeah man I mean. There's a lot in there but I would. I would say first of all if you're one of those people that's like. Yeah I don't WanNa start a podcast. I want wants you to really think about why. Why don't you want to start a podcast and and and really like drill yourself? Ask yourself these questions because I think it's so powerful. Artful would you rather walk into a room where everybody wants to connect with you or walk into a room where you have to go out and connect with everyone. I will say obviously the person exactly I will say we'll say drive is that it's such a big difference from going to events and I'm just I'm being humble honestly. Swath was such a big difference from going to events without this platform and me going to events with this platform and it. It's night and day. It's almost like many many people haven't been able to experience but if you speak at an event and you go and mingle amongst the crowd after you spoken you will literally you will literally everything will fall in your lap. Meet people will walk up to you though. Ask You for your advice to actually figure number who actually for your business that want to be clients just because you you have that authority from the Bronx and I find even if you don't speak at the vet but you're going to events and you have a platform and people know about it. It's the same effect. It's so powerful. Yeah one hundred percent man. That's that's why I say like if you're if you're out there if you truly want to be a powerful networker that's really the question because if you truly want to be a powerful network. I don't don't really see any other way to be honest with you to do it. Fast like you can develop skills You can develop expertise. But there's a lot of people with skills and expertise that don't nobody knows that they struggle to get known because they never focused on personal brand or a show or platform. They never focused on gay people to know who they are. They focused on their crafts which is great and they probably make really good money. Amish probably a lot of multi multi multi millionaire real estate investors that we never even heard of and that's fine for them but if the but they don't probably don't have the desire to become a master networker by and if they did they're probably only going to use the context they currently APP. So if you're somebody that really truly wants to become a powerhouse networker worker than you have to. I just don't see another way to do. I think that you have to the platform regardless of what it is. If if if you don't want to podcast okay. Don't do a podcast but do channel or maybe maybe An ID TV show facebook live show or Or meet up like a like a a a local meet up for just local people like something like that something that puts you in a position of authority in something that allows you to become a quote unquote thought leader in that space. I think that I think that I just it's so oh it's so necessary to really exploding your network if there's a difference between just like being a networker and then being somebody the explodes your network because what it allows you to do is it allows you to connect those platforms ally to catch with people who are operating on a level that so much higher than the one you're operating at without having having to pay them for their advice like I know you're about to bring up example so let me let me bring up for you because it was my next question anyways and speaking of bright and I want you to walk because I literally just emailed his team today or yesterday actually a and I was just like a a one-year upside and one of the first week loss on there was grant Cardone does he got Greg Carter on on. I need ask him. How did that but before we get to how you did I want to talk about going back again? What you learn through door knocking how you went from Ham GonNa knock on five hundred doors teary picking these extended been doing this for so long? When you build your platform you started solving the problem Of Your audience and you started reaching out to people you started network and you started doing podcasts episodes influential people. What did you see was working in the space? What wasn't working in the space is for you to be like? Hey like I'm I believe that I can reach out to these types of people. I'm definitely going to be able to get them on the again. I don't think you reached out to grant people like that on your first episode right. It took time you saw what worked what didn't work now kind of want. Want you to walk us through that process and then tell you how you and then tell us how you got my leg ran on your show. Yeah hands down its credibility regardless of how you earn that credibility its credibility so if you have a million downloads a month that's credibility and that'll probably get a lot of guests on your show when you don't have big numbers like that like I didn't when I first started my show you gotta get credit ability through other ways you have to you have to make you have to take the decision making making process out of the equation when you're connecting with people like that because I don't have time like when somebody reaches out to them and says can you come on my show. You just gave them homework because now they have to go check. Check it out and see if you're a legit or credible Oliver. Just another one of those shows. It's going to fall off the face of the earth in a month and a half from now which ninety percent of shows up doing like they don't I don't know if it's worth their time at all. They have to now go research it and they're probably not going to take the time to do it and so that's why you probably get more so you have to do is yet to take advantage of the is on the message and Dan. You have to boost your own credibility through something so for me. It was a credibility through association. That's how I that's how I did a lot of those things so I'll give you the I'll give you the example example of grant. When I first started the show I did reach out to grant because that was a highly ambitious and I was ignored lack? I should have been because I didn't didn't even my show was even launched. I literally launched. I reached out Joan in pre launch. Still and I got totally ignored about. Fizi Fuzi three months. After I reached out I was at an event that grant and Elaina were both speaking at and quick tip here never neglect the inner circle. A lot of people will see influences that they wanna go connect with them when I talk to him but guess what so does everybody else. That's in the room and one thing that I hesitate to share all the time because I don't want people to take up all my Maya's secrecy But but the biggest thing is connect with people that are around those people you like a lot of times. I'll be traveling with their team. They're videographer photographer. There Assistant A spouse Family members something like that or maybe a good friend and those people getting ignored all the time. Like you see you've grant walks in with a videographer and Elena back. Then people talk to grant and the other two people are just just standing there waiting for him to be done right so he walked in ten twelve people swarmed him in the back It it would have been worse if it were actually during a breakout but somebody was up up on stage. Speaking there's with stragglers in the background walks on the back with Elena. I was in the back working a booth. I saw them walk in eight. Ten people swarmed grant they stand minded take pictures. They're trying to talk to them for ten seconds each but it was herself so I got talked to her for ten twelve fifteen minutes just two of us and afterwards I posted about it and we. We ended up connecting Astrakhan on the show. She said yes and then after I got her on the show she offered to grant and I was like Oh awesome. It's done you know what I mean. Like finally get ground the show and then she made an intro and his gatekeeper. His executive assistant stopped me even after an intellectual from his own wife. Foul not even she could get through the gatekeeper for me so at the end to credit she was doing her job. The gatekeeper was I know her pretty while now and then she's a she's a good girl. She was just doing her job so I had to get creative again. Because I knew that that wasn't that wasn't going to be the route that it was going to happen. It was when it happened that the gatekeeper. I was always going to be respectful of the gatekeeper. You don't WanNa go over their heads or do anything like rude. Be Respectful Communicate Be Nice try to make I notice how Travis has toting the line between persistence and being respectful. Yes yeah you have to. It's professional persistence. Instead of pushy. Precisions Zahle I always always break the two down. One of them gets results. One of them gets you blacklisted. So you definitely don't want to be the blacklisted one so I At that point went just like on an all out assault on grants inner circle so I use that initial connection Elena and used it to start getting other people that I knew were in grant circle and I wasn't doing just us doing these interviews to get grant I also wanted all those other people on and because there were people I respect to play Bradley or at my let Lori art or Kerri Kasem ought to people that I knew that grant was going to be having speaking at his conference that year so I started reaching out to a ton of those people or getting on my show knocking them off one by one so the second time I reached out to grant probably eight nine nine months after the first time that I reached out to him it was no longer. Just hey can you help me out. It was a hey. When are we going to get you on the show? We've already been blessed to have at my lad. Brad Lee Lawrie Harder Kerri Kasem off I think nine or ten names and then very last one was like oh and even have gotten Elena on the show as well so I just I'm going. That'd be in Miami next week. WanNa see if maybe by the officers knock out a quick interview with you and he said Yeah I. Let's make it happen bone. I love that is beautiful and and if you were to leave our listeners. With one tip one major cherry on the top. As far as networking device goes and they can be networking with influencers but it can be networking generate. It can be something off the beaten path. What what does that final tip? Farmers Master the value. Add your network will always increase in direct proportion portions of the amount of value that you can add to other people so master the value add and you will never have a problem building your network. Lifestyle design acceleration tax. What is your favorite before the millions book so a book look specifically about buy real estate business? It can be a book that that Change Your Life that helped you get to where you are today. Yeah one that made a big big impact on me. Just because the way that I grew up was Secrets of the millionaire mind because a really conditions it helps recondition. Your money mindset so if you if you're listening to this and you feel like yeah I kind of a baroque money mindset her. I grew up in a in a place that made rich people sound like they're all arrogant jerks and that they just are super selfish people and you have all these limiting beliefs about money and getting rich and things like that. I recommend checking out secrets in the undermines great on an audio as well love it by t harv Eker. What is your favorite lifestyle design APP? This can be a business APP or tool I would say zoom someone. I usually say because I use it the most like we're on Kazoo call right now. I have zoom with my mastermind and So yeah I I would say I use zoom pretty frequently I I like to. I like the program that they built. I do love it. What do you enjoy most about the way your lifestyle is currently designed freedom? And that's why chose podcasting wanted independence I wanted I wanted location. Freedom Time Freedom Financial Freedom. I wanted to like all all of the above and and the podcast lifestyle that I built now allows me to do that like the other day. I got this email about a good deal on fights to Paris so I booked took fights to Paris and taking my wife there for her birthday in December. So we're GONNA hit. Harrison Switzerland in Ireland is well and then come back home. I'm so like ten twelve day trip to just like you know I. It was just cool to be able to get an email me like sure and his book it and then not have to check in with anybody not to let anybody. We know that I'm going to be gone or asked for permission to do it. It was around the holidays because you only have fourteen days the whole year right. It was just like A. We'll go ahead and schedule it and let's just go. I love it I love it. That's beautiful what were the sacrifices that you knew you had to make before the millions millions to get to where you are today stuff. I just don't buy stuff not to say that I will never do that. I probably will I. I want a nice car and I will get car at some point but for now I sacrificed a lot of stuff so that I can reinvest in my business than myself. Adjust adjust recently committed to one hundred thousand dollar mastermind which was a huge leap for a big jump for me and I would have much rather used that money to go by myself very nice vehicle that I've been wanting for a long time since I was like you know but but I didn't I invested into myself because I think hundred thousand dollars can pay off in a much more conducive way instead of lose me money in a depreciating asset. So I I just don't buy stuff man I I live in a I live in a small house with a small payment. I live I drive a camry a used camry and a used Seven Tundra like I I drive used vehicles. I I just I don't wear fancy watches like this is my normal outfit. Just like a t shirt and a pair of shorts. AH ACCURACY UP So I I just don't spend money and stuff like that. That's probably the biggest sacrifice for me. Because I would like to do. Do some of those things The only thing that I do spend money splurge a little bit is travel Because that's just it means a lot to me you have been like once we hit. Once we hit our trip this year it will be over thirty countries that have been to and like thirty five states that have been in the in the in the US. So I really enjoyed that But I think experiences enrich enrich our lives rather than stuff weighing down our lives so not but that again like doesn't mean all that stuff and I I want to in the eventually in the future but that's you know the sacrifices vices that I make to reinvest into myself in the business and allow me to live the lifestyle that I want. We love a lifestyle design. I love to travel and there was one thing that I just completely let myself go on is travel. I love that Who was essential to your growth before the millions? And why probably Johnny do miss. You mentioned him a little bit earlier he was he was the first dude. I have a really connected with and built a relationship slash friendship mentorship with and he's helped me in. You know countless ways indirectly and directly so probably say John is is one of the larger influences in what to do. That is Awesome Greg Guy. Why do you think so? Many of us are stuck doc before the millions even though we have every intention of getting to the millions. There's gotta be definitely more than one answer to this but I would say probably action. I don't think people take enough action. I think that people who intend to be millionaires rely too much on like writing affirmations and reciting that they're going to be a millionaire in the mirror rather than actually going out and doing tasks that are going to help them. Make millions They're they're too scared to take risks that that's got to be a big one They're like if you you get a hundred two hundred thousand dollars in the bank and you saved that you're too scared to go spend that money on ways to figure out how to make more money so so just all that does is elongate the process of getting to the point where you want to be because You're just putting it off putting it off putting it off and now you you have to learn all those things yourself. That's why invest so much like including this mastermind like that'll probably be like one hundred and sixty one hundred seventy thousand dollars. In the last two years I've invested into myself two years. Investing into myself like masterminds courses events. Mentors all those things Because I know that that's what's GonNa come back on the end in a recession like if the If the economy crashes in the next two or three years you can lose businesses. You can lose money. You can lose a lot of different things but you can't lose knowledge you can't is your connections if you treat those things properly in. I think those are the things that are really gonNa pull me up and allow me to not just survive the next downturn but actually thrive in the next downturn which which which is really important to me so I think I think lack of action and a and lack of risk and lack of risk religious comes down to you value the wrong things things you value money over your time and I think that's a mistake now. Beautifully said I love so much now. Try to assist the listeners. WanNa learn a little bit more about you. They want to get a hold of. You WanNA learn how to network better. Where can they find some of your resources or can they connect with you at? Where can I say? Hi and all that here. Yeah Travis. CHAPEL DOT COM. You can find everything to peace to elves Travis. This chapel dot com most active in terms of social media on instagram. Soviet me up at Travis Chapel on Instagram Dm Upload this to your instagram story Ori Tag tag meaning. I'll or they're all I'll say what's up with love. It love it. Love it Travis. You have dropped so much value on our listeners. I've learned so much I know they've I think so much for coming on the show and we'll talk to you soon. Yes sir. Thanks so much. They walk

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Marketing Checklist for 2020 | Ep. #1220

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Marketing Checklist for 2020 | Ep. #1220

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All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel today we are going to give you a marketing checklist. This for twenty twenty so today when you're listening to this going to be December we're about to hit the new year now so let us begin with a marking checklist for twenty twenty. I what I recommend. And this checklist is listened to the last couple of episodes that we did on the opportunities that were excited about for twenty twenty. Because you have to prepare and what I would say from there. Is You say you know what I'm going to only take you know. Maybe five or ten percent of trends or the opportunity that I'm listening or I'm seeing reading about out there and I'm going to really prioritize. Is this for the New Year. So that's what I'll do first to get things started neil and twenty twenty according to concord fifty percent of the searches on Google Argonne be voice base. So make sure you're also monetize that voice base traffic. There's tools like Jetson a I that you can use to monetize your voice space traffic so I would look into that for twenty twenty as well and you've heard me talk about this a billion times at it. I think it's still blows people's mind when I show them what we're doing with customer data platforms so utilizing using a customer data platform. There's a lot of different tools out there. I think segment DOT COM getting into the game. You have whole dot. Io that's H. E. L. L. Dot. Io that's what we use a customer data platforms allow. You have one single source of truth for your data and data. You know people like to say data's the new oil but I don't know that but I certainly see data becoming a lot more valuable so if you have any bit of traffic coming to your site maybe not any bit. Maybe you probably about over ten thousand twenty thousand visits a month and maybe an email list. Maybe you have chats coming in. You DO WANNA consider customer data platform so. Add that to your checklist I would also readjust your Seo Strategy for twenty twenty you should be instead of discrediting more content. You should be translating your content to other regions. 'cause in other regions is just not as competitive so pretty much. Any of the language outside of English is a ton opportunity and in addition to that consider updating your old content so instead of just writing new and new content. I've gone to over six million visitors a month by just doing wants wants a book. Being we spend the majority of our time. Updating our old content and updates could be as simple as adding a paragraph writing three or four paragraphs or deleting article. That's irrelevant or adjusting article. Like if I have an article on buying I could be liked by an alternative and talked about tick Tock suggests making content relevant. 'cause that's what Google wants. They want that. That more than just old outdated constantly fresh content more than just people building links. Yeah and before the end of the year happens what I like to do is I like to survey if I have a mls for example sample. I like to serve in my audience. Maybe have that many customers. Maybe don't have that big of MLS but still the responses that you are GonNa get gold right so for example at the end of the year. We'll survey our audience saying hey like ask for like a NPS score on our survey right so on a scale of one to ten. How often would you recommend? How likely are you to recommend and are content to a colleague right what you want to see more of what you want to see less of? What are you excited about right? Because then that can kind of guide us for type of marketing or the type of content that we WANNA put out for the a year ahead instead of US cut operating in a silo and us just doing keyword research tools. Were actually going out there and we're getting the qualitative feedback from people from using surveys. Like this another thing that you should add to. Your checklist is going live on social media once a week and don't just go live for the sake of it to help create engagement go live because at the end of each live I I want you to get into the habit of selling to your audience. There's nothing wrong with trying to monetize and lives exceptionally good way to do this. Tyler poses a great example of this. He's done exceptionally good job of going live and monetize Hillis Grant Cardone. Does the same thing all right. The other thing is Neil talked about upgrading or content updating content it's important to sprout your conto or go on the channel. This is what we've been preaching but I think a lot of people still kind of struggle to do this right but you know if you are going to you do a video. So let's say meal recording live while that automatically becomes a bunch of podcasts audio files and that from there we can basically take those snippets. Let's say Neal Neil says something amazing. That's a very quotable piece. We can put into inscribe story which goes to facebook story which goes to snapchat story which goes to maybe. What's APP story? And then from there you can also Macaire cells to live on instagram. And then you can also bring it over to Lincoln and you can also do care cells. They're right what I'm basically saying. Is You know. Make the most of one piece piece of content make it into you can into fifteen or thirty piece of content. But if you're GONNA do it make sure that you're posting natively to each platform right. Not that you're just scheduling social social media towards blasting it out because people can tell when you're doing that but when you put just a little bit more effort people are going to give you that credit engage with you and you're going to engage back with them and it's GonNa GonNa lead to more opportunities. The next thing you would want to do is start. Growing through product led growth. Ads are always going to get more expensive especially in the new year ear but you could create products which can cause more Marlboro for. Example Uber suggests tool. I was looking at it today last thirty one days last month month I have seven hundred six thousand users two point five million visits and I have over fifteen million pages so I created a product that just spreads byerly you up for every industry. You're in the mortgage industry you new mortgage calculators. You're selling ecommerce products like protein powder. You can have a calorie calculator. You can have a tool that helps you track your diet right or your diet planning or whatever may be a recipe cookbook doc. Or you know something that helps measure b. m. i. all those types of things can get you more traffic in that's easier to convert and grow in longer than it is to keep writing new content. Turner doing advertising. Yep The final thing I'll say from my side is brand is really the biggest moment that you can have right. And it's great that we have a podcast called marketing school. Now you know at the end of the day it's not who can run ads the best right. It's a paid acquisition. That's your because a lot of people know how to do paid acquisition right. The only only moat that you're going to have that's defensible is your brand. So that's why it's important to create cotton you know if you're out there helping people all the time I mean you're basically you're creating a a moat around that right because people love you for what you do. which is why neal? I enjoyed teaching so much. Also because I don't know for Neil for me. I'm introverted person. So I like doing that and naturally debt builds brand. Dan also compounds to right if you continue to do that over time and lasts one for me is at checkout bump to your site. It's easy to generate roughly four percent extra revenue so when someone's on your checkout page checkout bumps little tick box before the buy button. That's unreasonable offer. Maybe of something a hundred bucks that you're not gonNA give for ten dollars. Whatever the price point may be but again we usually see it as add roughly four percent extra revenue that allows you to spend more on paid advertising Seo? Traffic's worth more. It just improves your overall roll. Funnel metrics and that hub keeping you in the running against your competition. 'CAUSE THEY'RE GONNA keep to spend more and more money so if you want help growing Your Business in twenty twenty checkout marketing school dot is slash live. This is your opportunity to get in front of Eric and I were. We help you for a few days straight multiple times a year growing your business growing your revenue and helping you accomplish your goals. Thank you for listening. We appreciate you joining us for this session of marketing. School be sure to rate review and subscribe described the show and visit marketing school dot. Io for more resources based on today's topic as well as access to more episodes that will help you find true marketing. Success ask Tax Marketing School Dot L.. Until next time class dismissed.

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Possibly the Worst Podcast Teaser Ever...

Hey Conversion Optimists!

08:52 min | 1 year ago

Possibly the Worst Podcast Teaser Ever...

"Looking for the peanut the Water Buffalo. No I I was looking for how to start his lack group in case we are lucky and do get anyone who wants to listen and maybe even interact with that. You are listening to marketing audio experiment. Hey Convergent optimists. This is your show where we help you grow your business and your brand through conversion marketing. So you can make more money and be more profitable with your existing audience. I make and I'm bill together. We've helped our clients increase conversion rates by forty percent increase monthly revenue up the three hundred percent. And now it's time to help you. Increase your convergence and your money as soon as today. That's right so we're really excited today. This is our first episode of the conversion optimist. And we just want to share with you a little bit about why we started this show and what. We're hoping you'll get from it. I don't know why but immediately immediately now just to be just so you know that we've recorded ten episodes already doing this after ten episodes and never before in the past however many days it's been have. I thought this. But the moment meg talked. I thought she was sweaty. Ball involves because you have the the big Dj ear headphones on and you got your microphone and he just reminded me of the. I seemed like What's her name now? I can't remember her name arm. Bicker girl what is her name. I don't remember. Yeah Molly Shannon. One her name was Monica. Something but I don't think that's what it is. I probably don't know that Malaysian definitely Alec Baldwin. Yes anyway back to the point. This is not this really balls show. No we're not talking about sweaty balls at all today. Although we will discuss Eugene Schwartz in future episodes that have to do with boss sweaty and Schwartz the founded so this is the pilot episode of the conversion optimist. And it's just going to be a few minutes so you know what we're about you know where we're coming from. We know what we have to offer and if you should even give us a second. Listen that's right so you can decide whether or not this is the podcast that you wanna spend your time on so as we said introduction. We are the podcast that helps entrepreneurs like you increase conversions and money using conversion marketing with your existing audience. So what that means is you don't have to spend more money on ads if you already have traffic coming to your site if you already have an email list than we're gonNA show you or help you figure out how to get more of those people to buy your product by your service. Whatever it is you're offering how to make more revenue off of what you already have gone on. It's US newsletter. I agree it's a total together. Came Ready. You're listening to marketing audio experiment. Hey Convergent optimists. This is your show where we help you grow your business and your brand through conversion marketing. So you can make more money and be more profitable with your existing audience. I Make An. I'm bill and together. We've helped our clients increase conversion rates by forty percent increase monthly revenue up to three hundred percent. And now it's time to help you. Increase your conversions and your money as soon as today. So on. A normal podcast. What you do is here the introduction. Then they would go and say hi. Welcome listener and thank you for tuning in. We're glad that you're here. This is the first episode. The pilot episode of Our podcast is in absolutely listen to us because we have made people a shit ton of money and now we WANNA make you shit ton of money but only if you listen to our podcast we want you to hear just how good we are and why you should listen to us. And so you're gonNA listen but we don't want to spend too much time talking about ourselves so we'll tell you you make more money if you start doing the things that we're gonNA teach you how to do on our show because we have a lot of experience we've done this for a lot of other people and we to help you and your sweaty balls. Looked WELCOME TO THE CONVERSION OPTIMISTS. The different marketing podcast. We're going to be rude. We're going to be crude sometimes and we may even offend you. Probably we probably already have. But here's what we're about. We're about making you more money. We can say that because we've done it for people we've done it for a lot of people. We've made them a lot of money. So if you're interested in that keep listening by the way for your nostrils on top of the microphone okay. You can't hear the breathing. Oh Are you sure about that? You have your news is bigger. I think what this the fact that this is so hard speaks to the fact. It's why people don't do it but also I think it really kind of highlights or shines a spotlight on the fact that there are when we're talking about principles that we know to be true and we're talking about You know just stuff that we know based on experience. It's easy to talk off the cuff. It's easy to just say it because it's in our head but to talk about ourselves and what we're doing is so hard. There's like a mental block there. Shall we give up on this? No I feel fire in my belly off like this perfect. It's GonNa come out and giving birth right now. We're in the labor pain process so as you already know since you clicked on episode zero that this is the first episode. What's that mean? Well we already told you are names. Check we've already told you what we're about making you more money increasing your conversions using your existing audience so check. We've already told you that. We work with clients. I'll add with our company who cares marketing so check. You've told you are credentials. We've helped him increase conversion rates up to forty percent check and increase monthly revenue of three hundred percent check. Here's what you're going to get out of it. You are gonna make more money Argonne. Increase your conversions if you follow along with what we do now. Are We assholes sometimes but we will do is tell you what works what doesn't and then always come back and tell you test it because you never know here on the conversion optimus. I don't envy you editing process. Though here you get into all that and decide what should stay and what should go so this is episode zero. Is that even possible saying happy? Birthday zero well. You know when I sometimes when I create Documents for my clients and we're like an email Series for them. I'll have email zero. Why I don't know I actually don't know why are we even labeling this zero just because it's not a real episode. It's not a real episode. What's really interesting about? The conversion optimists is that it's a game show too. I wasn't gonNA say anything but you definitely aren't that I wanted to talk to you about you. Know I remind myself of the guy from Polar Express. They're really annoying. Kid likes hot chocolate. I know that kid. Everybody knew that kid growing up. I'm that guy at a bar. One time at O'hare Airport. He wouldn't shut up. He's the know it all. We all know the know it all one nine. So this is the pilot episode of the conversion optimists. You tell everyone your friends your family your pooch your pussycat. This is the best. Podcast getting started in the podcast world. Next Idex Shepherd. Listen to it. Learn make some money. We should definitely make up our morning. We should because those are rockstar. No should have morning meetings this morning. We had one and it was really was so. That's what I meant. Shoot up with your. We sheds I'm done with shooting shooting Oliver my business. I should after this.

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A Good Old-Fashioned Field Trip: Nerdette Visits Argonne National Lab

Nerdette

32:03 min | 1 year ago

A Good Old-Fashioned Field Trip: Nerdette Visits Argonne National Lab

"Net is supported by best fiends, a new mobile game that will engage your brain with fun puzzles and tons of cute characters. Download best fans now for free at the apple or Google play. That's friends without the our best fiends. WBZ is supported by the Dover Foundation the philanthropic arm of Dover, a global manufacturer headquartered in the Chicago Area Dover proudly support science and technology programming on WBZ more at Dover. Corporation Dot com slash community. From WBZ Chicago this is Internet I'm Greg Johnson and her dad is a show where we talk to people who dare to ask big questions and explore the unknown and these days with a global pandemic going on. It can kind of feel like entering the unknown, just walking outside your front door. So today because field trips definitely feel like a thing of the past we're going to revisit one of our favorite field trips ever from way back in twenty eighteen. That's win that Co host Tricia Bobi Dan I got and my little red two thousand ten Toyota Corolla and drove into the magical beyond to go visit the extremely smart humans who work at. Argonne National Laboratory I'm really speeding. This is a place that TRICIA and I wanted to go to ever since we started this podcast. HAPPENING WELCOME TO OUR ON Our gone is a massive research facility outside of Chicago. Run by the US Department of Energy look at Holy. Show Signs is what are the weird shapes on? Science it's one of ten national labs in the United States and it is enormous. It's almost like a college campus there's almost one hundred buildings and they're all set out among sort of sprawling fields and big trees. Okay. Should we go in and check in and then grab all the stuff sure. Yeah and Argon has a complicated history which they're pretty transparent about ever since we were born out of. The University of Chicago's work on the Manhattan project. In the nineteen forties, we have focused our attention on answering the biggest questions facing humanity from tricia reading a giant inscription about the Manhattan Project at the visitor. Center, at Argun I only knew a little bit about this before we visited, which is that our guns history begins with the discovery of nuclear fission in the technology that brought us the atomic bomb. Are was officially founded by an act of Congress. Just after the war in Nineteen forty-six with the mission of developing peaceful uses for atomic energy are then continues to perform nuclear research but they do a lot of experiments in a great many other things as well. Things like supercomputers and Super Batteries and super physics. Our Guide for the day and fellow science nerd is Justin Bro who picked us up at the visitor center. Right. Is Justin. Bro I work at Argonne National Laboratory I am within the media relations and External Affairs Department today you are. Today I am the trustee liaison for the note that group and now Nerdy desires and word to science designs. On Word Science, there's more than three thousand people working here at gone and I think it's fair to say they are the dirtiest of the nerds and we're going to talk to some of those nerds about three big ideas. If you had one of the fastest computers in the world, how do you decide what problems to solve with it? and. If you had the technology and the resources to actually maybe solve those problems, how would you do it? and. What if you were trying to solve a problem? That might not have an answer for centuries. Also, what if there were? Did, do you WanNa make that noise you? The first person meeting with is Katharine Rightly. You Right. So I am the director science for the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility and I run a group of people who sole purpose is to sort of make it as effective as possible to solve cool problems director of science I want that title you are now officially the director of science at WBZ W. Welcome. So Catherine Works on one of the fastest supercomputers in the world it is named Mira and it can perform ten quadrille IAN operations per second tricia guests how long it would take your like work computer to do what Meera can do in one day you mean my really amazing. Yeah. Sing the praises of your work computer here. I mean. The good thing about my work laptop is it doubles as a weapon because of how heavy it? Yeah I mean I don't think it's anywhere near as fast as Mira like so yeah what Meera can do in one day the average personal computer can do in twenty years slow. Isn't that amazing? Yeah. That's a magnitude that I wasn't really expecting like I thought. But. That's way better. I assure and mirror is also like literally huge MIRA is actually like more than sixteen hundred square feet. So my apartment would fit inside this computer several times maybe you should move into the computer can I live in the computer? I think you can live in the computer. Already made some really important discoveries like we now know the molecular cause of Parkinson's disease, which could make it easier to treat. Moore has also helped figure out how to turn windows into solar panels, which is just like so crazy fascinating, and you can ask me at a solve all kinds of different questions from biology to the origins of the universe to how to design a smart car so. It's a broad range of covers every every area you could think about pretty much, I think we have little bits here and there that's funny I feel like one reason why I became. So interested in journalism because it was because I felt like it encompassed all the different subjects that once I feel like you're doing similar thing have you become an expert in something that you would never have expected? Due to address data into this thing and trying stuff out with it. Yes. Most of the people that are on the team there scientists, right they come from like biology or chemistry or engineering or something right astrophysics. And and you actually become an expert in how you use these machines. Right? That's a toll extra fuel back before computers. If you wanted to answer a big question, you had to collect data and run simulations probably like literally with a pen and paper but today supercomputers like MIRA allow scientists to run thousands of operations and experiments and simulations a super short amount of time literally accelerating the pace of discovery. Right. So instead of my computer working all day long or twenty years. Is, like I I got you. So the supercomputer Kim sort of run through scenarios models at crazy sort of speeds compared to the human mind, right? That's sort of part of what it's doing but it still has a finite amount of bandwidth to think through those problems. So how do you decide how does decide? How do we decide what questions to ask? We actually have frankly and open competition to to get access right to sort of say some awesome problems that people are trying to do right now that are ready to go and we sit down. There's a bunch of experts, right? Bunch of scientists it down to sort of evaluate all these ones look like they might have. The biggest impact is a Jedi Council Lake Room because in my head, it always has. That would make it so much more fun. Now, it is a very exciting like Hilton Conference Room. And, a bunch of tired scientists and what those tired scientists are looking for our problems have a really big impact on people's daily lives. Catherine. They usually find about thirty five questions each year to work on and the answers can take a lot of different shapes. It's it really varies. So you might have one question right about the cancer screening, right? It's can we design a better drug for cancer? That answer is GonNa look like a big giant database right? Because then you're going to want to be able to ask a question like well I'm looking at this kind of cancer with these kind of characteristics. What's my best drug and? Point you to approximately point on the table to sort of tell you where to go. But also it's a lot of data in a broader sense. What are you most optimistic about in terms of what science could solve in your lifetime? ooh, that's a great. So. There's a bunch of answers to that way I'm GONNA whittle down a little bit. I'll stick with the cancer because I think this is this is a very personal one for most people. And it's true for a variety of different diseases as well. Right. The idea that we can start mining all of this information we have about different drugs and materials, and literally how we build those drugs I, third their properties and target that really effectively towards treating disease is something we're very close to right and this is this is something that you know on our computers today where advancing that today and it doesn't necessarily mean that suddenly diseases gone right. But this idea of these personalized treatments in this very. Rapid ability to deliver personalized treatment is really exciting. So would that mean that the terminal would become chronic in some form it? I think so. I think that's GonNa probably depend completely on the actual disease, right? But but it could be right. It could absolutely be that instead of a particular disease being. A deficit business that you are able to manage that for much longer period of time. Our understanding, as I said of being able to mind all of this information we have is is so important and this is the sort of the other part that I think is so amazing is we have so much data and being able to use computers more effectively to make sense out of all the data actually help us discover. That's that's a game changer that changes how we ask questions. It's not just cool answer to a question. It's how do we ask them? That's GonNa Change, and so that that creates new opportunities that we're not even thinking. This was fantastic. Thank you so much. What am I guess how we doing? Both Perfect. All new opportunities we're not even thinking of yet God. What do you even think that means I would like the supercomputer to figure out how to make it. So we don't need to sleep anymore. Oh God. Tight end stresses me out since a waste of time us. On. At least been pleat Alexa wake up there are too many Alexa talk to Meera. Do they have a direct connection? They're all horrible. I'm going to. Suggest. In how long have you worked for? Going on my fourth year. Why did you want to work here? Just Dick Science man. Let's take science. More Science. In just a minute. Net is supported by best fiends a new mobile game that will engage your brain with fun puzzles and tons of cute characters. Enter the world of minutia collect characters, level up your team, defeat the slugs, and play over fourteen hundred levels for hours. Fiendish Fund. Best fans is a five star rated mobile puzzle game that's been downloaded over one hundred million times, and you can download best now for free at the apple APP store or Google play. That's friends without the our best means. Remember the nineties dialup Internet strength. Spice Girls trapper keepers my very first midlife crisis in my twenty S. Well you can join the three of us for a brand new season of net recaps with Peter. Segal. As we re watch classic films from the Ninety S, you can find nerd at recaps Peter sehgal right now wherever you get your podcasts. We're hoping we could add one thing to the area and that is We would like to see the entrance to the upside down. If. cashable. No problem Let me check with my boss's boss's boss boss. Because you know that's Off The record for that. Okay, I, prefer. One reason I'm really excited to be here at Argon is that this place in this whole day is feeling a lot like a real life version of stranger things. Now, when you say stranger things, you mean the net flicks show about the children who are on bikes and happened upon a Department of Energy. Lab in the Mid West yes. In the middle of nowhere check check check we're doing all of those things minus bicycles were in your car. A lab that just happens to have a portal to another dimension or tech's or some sort of situation called the upside now. So. If we're in the mid west out in the middle of nowhere in my Toyota, Corolla their wheels, and there's a US Department of Energy Lab. I WANNA. Know where the upside down is. Okay. But I think we should also say that like while the Department of Energy has been very good sports about stranger things and the upside down Hawkins Indiana where the fake lab is is in fact a fake place we are at Argonne, which is a real place with real scientists who we're here to talk to and I am happy to do so while continuing to keep an eye out for the upside down. Okay. One of those very real scientists that we are talking to today at Argonne is Raj Songkran. Hi, I'm Tricia this region really great to me I am. Is Making about five hundred robots full of sensors, all these little notes and putting them on top of light poles in Chicago. So cure be have the computer which can do image processing and then you have. The stormtrooper helmet exactly the stormtrooper helmet which has got all the sensors inside it. It's got a camera that project is called the array of things I'm sorry. Did you say stranger things? No I. said the array of things, the nodes they all come together and act like a fitness tracker for the city. How is the city doing? Is it too hot? How clean is the air traffic move? These are questions that can all be answered with the data collected by the well intentioned stormtrooper look and robots, and the answers can help us design more efficient cities I come from a developing country India right. In fact, I'm going back to tomorrow morning. And lots of countries are going to have lots of cities being built in the next decade. India and China for one are expected to build the lot of big cities. Right said, he's the size of New, York ten of them in the next two or three kids to be able to sustained amount of population, which is becoming urban right and we meet lot of mistakes and basically building the cities that be a built antelope right rehabilitate them. We made a few mistakes. We kind of sort of understand the implications of human health and then we tried to tweak them around. So it seems to word this doesn't seem to work, but in some sense, the would-be need A. Understanding of what works person work I think. One thing that this is gonNA transform for sure is to be able to build more people friendly cities in the future because I mean if you think about it right now, cities aren't always people friendly right I mean think about traffic jams and long commutes or factories and people who can't afford to move away from them. These are all kinds of problems at the array of things is trying to solve for cities of the future and the way they're doing that is by placing sensors all across urban environments to see what could use when. What audio things tries to do is useless vital that we developed Argon to. Help, US understand cities. But without being an surveillance state right without basically trying to get into people. The reason Raj mentions of status because this is a really important kind of potentially contentious thing about the array of things right? Because one of the sensors in that storm trooper looking robot is a camera, a camera that's taking pictures both of how much rain water is collecting on the city streets. But also you as you walk by which makes some people rightfully kind of nervous. So yeah. There are some pretty serious privacy concerns, but that's not stopping other cities from wanting to use this tech most likely end of two, thousand eighteen, we should have about. Where we would do a pilot of about four to ten notes that are not out in Portland in. Denver we have a bunch of nodes ready for Detroit there may be summoned the California follow area some even in foreign places like England India and other places. China it. All depends on how many we can get through in the city and collect data and make sense of what? I I can't shut up for five minutes. Actually doesn't. Thank you very much for coming in. Now, I have to participate listen to it until. Okay. So we've talked to someone who's harnessing the power of a super computer to solve some of the world's most pressing problems and we've talked to someone who's building some really innovative robots to understand how we live next. We're GONNA talk to someone about how a soft? Silvery. Metal changed. Technology. Lithium Ion batteries there rechargeable and you find them in pretty much everything. These days your cell phone, Your Laptop Your Bluetooth thing Emma. Bob's. Even. Electric cars like Tesla's use lithium ion batteries I. Think we all seen the challenges. That lithium ion battery brought to us right that this is our staff scientists Lee chance I mean these. Hurry basically made those devices part that fundamentally changes the way that way access our information right for arguing about something used to be you had to go back and really try to your point is. Now, just take out or full and do the certain Bam you're wrong. And that's the way you know. So fundamentally change the way that we communicate with each other, which for the good and bad what lays working on an argon is finding the best elements to make the next kind of battery a certain point a way how to hit this. Wall that you know lithium ion doesn't necessarily got us to where we want to go in the future. So that's why we started looking at the next generation batteries. Lithium Ion batteries are great but the problem is they require a bunch of lithium and that ain't cheap. So there are a bunch of other elements out there if not lithium what she's actually working with our old Pal Mira Katherine supercomputer to figure out which elements could make the next awesome battery. One promising element is magnesium, which is cheap and earth abundant carries twice as much charge as a letham battery provisionally on gave you very high energy density and you can make a cheaply. They're also looking at sulphur and a few other metals that doesn't sound like it would smell. Good. That could be problematic. It could be but I don't know maybe they figure out if I want my blue tube thing bob to smell like eggs, the thing that I think is really interesting about this though is to picture what would happen if we had to put a batteries into our phones every time they ran out of juice like think about how much the lithium ion battery has helped our tech, and then how much that next generation battery could who that actually blows my mind Can I power myself with the next generation battery so that I don't require sleep. Yes. I am noticing a theme here. I've got things to do. Entrance to the upside. Oh. Okay It wouldn't be. Public. Because of the downstream show, keep asking. Case. So he's trying to solve a very tangible problem that could mean a better phone in your pocket or car in your driveway but the guy is talking to next is working on a problem that is so theoretical. It could either alter our understanding existence or be a total waste of time specifically, the problem that I worry about a has to do with US existing at all. If you were going put an entrance to the upside down somewhere. This is a much safer place to put it. Because I, don't think little kids are going to happen upon the advice of. We're. Nowhere. On the science. to the pursuit of knowledge. For the sake of knowledge. So up next a really convoluted problem that totally falls under knowledge for the sake of Knowledge Matt. Dietrich is an experimental physicist. What he does is measure the properties of rare isotopes and his ultimate goal is to better our understanding humanity's understanding of fundamental physics. Work on stuff like this, and it's really a hail Mary because you never you never know if you're going to find something if you do find something well, will it ever have any kind of practical application you you just kind of satisfy yourself with being excited about the questions. About the search for I. Think. Why do we exist? Why does matter exist at all? If these sound like more existential questions than scientific ones. Well they kind of are. Basically, Matt says there's a problem with something called the standard model in some sense standard bottles really just. Is. Just the accumulation of all the things that we've learned about. About. Particle. Physics. Particle physics owner's manual. Sure. All the physics that we ever test works out pretty much exactly. The way we think it. OUGHTA. Work out of which is frustrating because we know that something is broken. One of the main concepts. One of the fundamental theories that matt basis his work on is something called a time reversal symmetry and it gets like insanely musing really fast but the. Simple version is everything that happens. There's an equal thing that could also happen that sounds familiar. Yeah. It's kind of like Newton's third law right for every action. There's an equal and opposite reaction or kind of the context of fundamental physics. If a nucleus can absorb any electron, it should also be able to admit any electron with the same energy and yes and so forth. Yeah. Basically, everything that we found a basis rule which causes a problem because it implies kind of under the hood that in the early universe, the same amount of matter and antimatter should have been produced. But. That's a problem because there's no antimatter around. There's only regular matter around. Regular matter is literally everything around you right now and you that's it matter. We're all matters. This is all matter whatever you're looking at. Right and it's made up of protons and neutrons, electrons. It's like most fundamental level, right? So then anti-matter is just the opposite of that. It's made up of anti protons and anti neutrons and anti electrons, and most importantly, it doesn't seem to exist in our universe, but it does exist in the universe that contains the starship enterprise wins and Eric negative effect on power reduction speed is still increasing I. By task control of the matter antimetric integrator is fused. This thing is going to go up. And that's nothing in the universe can stop it. Scotty. A lot of really smart star Trek fans slash serious scientists like Matt say all this antimatter has to be somewhere happened. How is it that there was more matter created than antimatter at the dawn of time essentially or are we just incapable of seeing measuring understanding where the antimatter is? Yeah. It's. It's always conceivable that like some distant galaxies actually an antimatter galaxy or something like that. Universe. Where a dubbing live is that? I'm kidding I'm kidding different faraway galaxy an anti. Yeah But. The problem is, is that for example, with that particular theory that actually his antimatter is just far away it's just all in one place really far away and that's why we don't. We see it. The the problem is, is that deep spaces and actually empty it's full of various matter particles. And so we would see those matter particles colliding into that distant antimatter universe and we notice pretty quickly that that was a weird galaxy there it is over there. Okay. That one has that one that one's emitting gamma rays at the Proton Energy and that's really weird. But we don't see anything like that and in any event that would be kind of a weird situation because why in the early universe all the end he met her go that way and all the regular matter come this way. It's a great question. So so for for those reasons, we really suspect that the universe is appears to just be made entirely matter rather than equal parts matter antimatter. But, nothing none of the basic processes that we see in the lab back that up they all say matter antimatter should behave the same way. This is an interesting thought experiment. But what does Matt actually do all day at work? Well, he's in a pretty awesome laboratory. It has almost a dozen lasers in an big vacuum chamber. And and and I have to keep all those things running nicely. Performing at peak performance in order to get data, what does that mean? You're just spending a lotta time on laser maintenance? I spent his I tried to develop the Lisa's to point where I don't have to maintain them. They're always gonNA need little maintenance also is there in our band anywhere in the building with the name laser maintenance go pretty good name for an Indie band. So Matt is shooting well maintained lasers at rare radium isotopes and looking for behavior. He doesn't expect if there's any funny business he calls up his boss, and if he does find what he's looking for worth stating the discovery wouldn't totally destroy standard model. It's more like it would be adding an Asterisk to the particle physics owner's manual. We know there has to be an asterix someplace because we exist. I'm just trying to figure out what that Asterix's does that drive you nuts. I love it. I mean kind of. The crazy thing about what Matt does for a living is he may never know if anything he's doing is going to lead to a discovery. It might lead nowhere all of the things I work on are so as possible that none of them, none of them happened in my lifetime. Are you. Okay with that. I guess I must be yeah. It's it's always hard to see. Well, this doesn't have any clear applications. You don't want to go out there and say like Oh this has some basic application to submarines or something. Just. We'll make your car worked better. Yeah, you can never really foresee that kind of thing but course the the answer is that a lot of great science that happens now was originally like the people who worked on had no idea that it would ever be applicable right the famous example being general relativity and and GPS satellites one eyed Stein started tinkering around with general relativity. He didn't think that would ever have any practical application whatsoever but now it's in the central part of the GPS system. It's hard to even guess on what timeframe some of these things could eventually become become useful. Naked spent his entire life trying to solve this problem and never find an answer. But that's just what science for the sake of knowledge is all about to be science physics in general that we've have inherited and eventually we will pass on and. It's it's kind of integral part of our job somebody gave us. This is precious thing that's beautiful thing, and eventually we'll give it to people to follow us. This is what's so cool. About are gone. Right Matt is doing science for the sake of science which maybe leads nowhere but maybe create something as transformative for all of us as GPS and just think about the way you're listening to this podcast right now it's probably on a laptop. Phone and smartphone is basically the evolution of a supercomputer like Catherine's. It has a lithium ion battery in it, which was invented by scientists. And it's got GPS in it, which started with a question as broad and discovery driven as the things match working on right now. So what comes next? We're not sure but the people that are gone they're going to be among the very first to know. All Right Justin. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, link. Wonderful wonderful. As you have heard throughout this episode. There are lots of different ways to ask questions about the world and explore discoveries that could change everything, and if you listening right now are inspired and excited to do some discovering of your own. Well Catherine. Riley has some advice for you. You're interested in science interested in specific area of science right? You study that right? You studied the area that excites you. And then just kind of go and experiment because that's one of the other things is this is definitely field of of experience right? You need to just experiment try and do it and see what works what fails. Almost like anything. The shows produced by us. TRICIA will be Greg Johnson along with Justin Bull. Our executive producer is Brendan Benazech and our interns are Stephania Gomez and Sophie Lalanne special. Thanks to everyone at Argun even though they did not let me goes visit the upside down. 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"Right now at t. mobile get an possum iphone. Ten are on us when you bring your family over and trade in your old device because whether you have mom dad or a friend on your mind it's a gift so polled brilliant you wanna keep it for yourself. Most importantly it's on us in six five in college plus with unlimited everything from t mobile he possum iphone ten are we'll have everyone snapping streaming contrary to their hearts content all year long but don't wait. 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I mean give me the what do you want to laugh doc. Thanks okay there signs all over the place of this beagle being lost right and so i was walking out about to leave for the day and a beagle shows up in my yard so i spent twenty to thirty thirty minutes trying to catch it and finally caught it and i put it in a cage and let me tell you what's happened the number hi sir. How are you doing good. How are you good. This is mike lavalle. I called you the other day about the possibility of me having your dog oh yeah let me let you talk to them. Okay all right doggie. Yeah hi man. How're you doing yeah. Do you still have the dog well. Let let me tell you what happened. I saw the signs around the yard around the neighborhood right and i found it beagle in my yard and captured it within about twenty thirty minutes and i locked it up but it was there in a cage all day. I was so proud of myself. I left you a message and i found out that i had locked up the neighbor's dog well. I argonne had a green collar anyway. So i was kinda thinking it probably wasn't but also maybe somebody might founding which callers we'll definitely he dedicated to find the beagle because i thirty minutes on that i was somebody and that corn called and said that they saw a beagle <hes> aw and so and then i drove over there right after that calls and some little boy said they saw a beagle and pointed which direction it went and i drove over there for an hour our and never did see it and so we took flyers over there and so he may still be somewhere so keep looking. We're allowed definitely do that. I'll i'll track him down. I like the crocodile hunter. We adopted in the summer. My husband found him on the side of the road going in and out of traffic rigor springs onto eighty seven and so we brought him home and just you know we've only had him since this summer. We've gotten figs got heartworms. We got him treated for that. You know he's just turned out to be. The best dog awed here in one day. We came home. Wow wow that is. I don't know good luck and i hope you find him. Well thank thank you for calling me back and keep looking. I will you have a good day bye-bye two thousand sixteen. You know it's going to be a good birthday <hes> when you have ministered us on the phone. How're you doing marina may when you hang on this. Is your birthday nestle today but it's this weekend weekend. I'm celebrate. It's a week long birthday. I'm celebrating okay well. You know it was my birthday last week. I know happy birthday areas you to aries twins. That's right. I'm very depressed about this birthday because i'm i'm starting a new decade and i don't like the thirties and i feel like how how in the world the news mike crashing culture the news but they do say thirties are the best decade so is that. Did you like your thirties dollars. Oh no actually i can't even remember my thirties. That's a good thing i guess star trek drinks doc checking my thirties thirties store. Oh yeah yeah oh wow thirties <laughter> my whole thirties star trek. Wow that's unfortunate. I guess decades decade yeah. What's what's second. Do you remember being your best though the twenty so i think that's all you women out there. You know who get a little little down in the dumps when you look in the mirror and you think you're getting older. I feel the i peaked up forty really yeah. I felt i felt i you now. I mean i was so insecure. When i was young and <hes> i have body issues and you know all that rubbish right right along with being a young woman you know it's done. I and it wasn't until i was forty. I kind of went okay. This is good yeah. Look good a feel good. You know <hes>. I like who i am. Kinda settled into my skin. <hes> so forty for me was forty forty one of the great decade as well. You got better with time. Got better with time like wine like line now on the all still a great i i saw oh you came to dallas. <hes> i dunno like two years ago or so. We saw you there and you look great. You work out or is it just genetics. I i work out but i wasn't that next time. Bring you're seeing eye goku now. A lot of people talk about star trek and i know you've been asked the same. There's no question you can ask about star trek. That hasn't been asked so when when i want to know there are other r. o. Are okay like name one now every now and then you get a question i mean i got one recently in new zealand. <hes> don't ask me what it was. I'm white pass my <hes> so <hes>. I don't know what it was but i had never been asked before. I was a child now. The kids come up with the new stuff yeah well. I want to know what happened to go ahead. After star trek because here you had you're in your thirties and you had had a steady income. You're supposed back to england and then you got this job and then you got stuck here for seven years doing this show and <hes> it was a it was a hit it was already getting syndication occasion and then now this the steady paycheck has gone. Are you freaking out at this brian or are you freaking out. You are majorly freaking out yeah yeah <hes> because i haven't auditioned for anything. That was the main thing with me that i hadn't auditioned for anything for seven years. You know basically clearly <hes> come to hiatus every summer i would either go. I would go on vacation. I mean i i wouldn't be like those sensible. Actresses do the movie of the week hiatus. Go off and do something else. Because i was away from home i wanted to see my family and my friends had two-month among all summer so off. I went to europe to see my brother and his family and see my friends in england and <hes> so yeah. I haven't auditions anything and so suddenly i was like oh my god i can't do this. I really felt i couldn't do it anymore. <hes> and i'm quite a funny person <hes> but because i've been to serious actress to seven years then we did the first movie immediately after <hes> the series. I mean i had three days off. I think in between the ceremony yeah yeah they literally back to back. <hes> <unk> wasn't action till the movie was done that i suddenly realized i was unemployed. I totally freaked leaks out and thought actually called my agent one day and said you know well. Don't put me up for any comedies because i can't do comedy anymore. I can't be funny anymore because i've played a serious characters long and he kind of it's kind of kind of backwards in a way because you think oh you've done this job for seven years. You should be full of confidence and right now in your career in forward with me. It was kinda. The opposite i kinda went almo god. I've only played one character in seven years. Can i do anything else. You know so that was that i had there was a kind of a process for me to go through <hes> until i work together. Were you getting a lot of offers for serious work or where. You're getting a million <music>. I'm i i got offers and i turned a lot of stuff down which looking back you know. I actually live my life in regret correct. That's pointless but looking back. Let's just say i could make some better decisions. Yeah came out on the grudge three when he's excited about the grudge three stuffing that was just one of those things i was in europe. I was in england and they cast the garage. Uh-huh movie particularly cast it out of england and i was in england and the movie shot in bulgaria where i have worked a lot so i know oh pretty much everybody in the film business in bulgaria and it was just one of those things it was just like you're in england casting here. You fancy doing it. It's like you get a trip to bulgaria. Obviously your friend. I'm not sure i have i have to say i've never seen it own. It can't actually talked like horror. Well let me and i'm horror. Do you watch do you watch a horror movie but can you watch <hes> the next generations or or anything like that in the movies. If what if i'm flicking through the channels song i'll stop for a nano second and just get really depressed the house skinny. I and i'm not anymore. It's like watching home home video back to the football. See what i watch is sport right. It's the i i. I'm a big football fan the real football two one she can vote with their feet football hymie real football knocking american football. You know exactly what i call. I call it four paul aw an american football. 'cause you know hang on a second but i'm not just being obstreperous. We invented the game right we in spanish football and when you invent something you are allowed to name it and just because this new country comes along two hundred you know this new country comes along and has a guy in where is closer to rugby than it is to football and they thought to call it. Football doesn't mean you have to change the name of the original exactly. I agree with you on that. I agree thank you so. Would you ever play another character in a full time series like if it's a series the five years you would do it in a nano second. I love television. I'm not you know back when we did start it. On star trek. We got back to the middle ages now but when we started on jan j <hes> there was a real differential between tv actors and movie actors and movie actors after they they would tell their agents. I don't do television you know. I need the movie star right and that's fine but now and that was the way it was oh and it was almost like you were kind of a. B. b. class you know actor if you were tv actor as opposed to a movie stock but but now it's not anymore <hes> some i think personally we're in a golden age of television right now. Really we're getting some really fantastic t._v. Aches and i have been in some really rubbish movies so i would rather be in a t._v. Show any day of the week. Ah then be in a movie just say you know it's a feature film. <hes> and i love television. I it ju brent and brent spiner and i joked about this. We say you know we're we're not on on television. We're watching. What are you watching now. What's shows oh well. <hes> i felt very excited today. I was at a girly. I was gertie lunch that offering a producer friend of mine in dekalb and she was being on a variety of women and women empowerment thing it was fantastic and i've met some the girls from vikings hopefully fan. I fan girl. Doubt i love biking. I love the series that are like twelve. You know ten twelve kosovo right <hes> <hes> so vikings doubting everything anything english on p._b._s. I watch all of that stuff because they it just i get homesick and it just reminds me of how and plus i'm sorry but the english to do the best costume dramas they just they really do. You don't want to welcome unless you know. I'm dying for going to come back. Yeah yeah so what i tend to do is like because they the girls from biking's where we what what does i think is the new season and i said what actually have watched yet because i i d v all the whole season. It's the best way to watch anything so yeah if somebody ever came up to you and they had a great script. Would you ever reprise a role as counselor troi if it was if it was in the script and it felt right. I loved playing her <hes>. I really did love playing her because as you can probably tell from talking to me <hes> i'm nothing like her right now. It was a real challenge to play that part and and as an actor you really really that's what draws you to apart is the challenge of playing part and so for me. The biggest challenge of indiana troy was pretty much keeping marina outta her. You're right you know making her true to who she was <hes> and i would it would be interesting to me to go back now. You know twenty years later and kinda go. Who did she become. You know you know she now. It'd be a child again not found. I would find that very interesting and actually get. I would love to do that. We're working on an animated series. I'm working on it right now. We're pitching ideas. We're trying to redo fuller how we're doing like star trek next iteration but like a <hes> four house did <hes> we're doing like sit qatar-based deal so i'll let you know when we have everything together but it's in the works talking to amazon michael jonathan frakes and i have been saying for years that we want to do the half hour of star trek that'd be great facet calm and it would be the rikers in space right great and ah we have and we have our friends come visit and guest star on the show and that'd be you know rocky uncles data out little dog war you know that would be fantastic on not one by no one's biting though you know with all these online like netflix and amazon and cracked and somebody's gonna pick it up. Wouldn't that be great. I would watch now. She said you know what yeah everyone. We've pitched every every fan. We've ever suggested it to watch it. Maybe one day if we watch four house and watch that for sure her. I'm pleading the fifth special pins. I enjoyed it but it was. It wasn't like a show. I would watch if it wasn't full house when you see. We didn't really get it in england so i wasn't really <hes> you know. I didn't really know the show that except for the fact that my fellow greek john they must go yeah. No absolutely. I love the ageless face yeah. He looks great doesn't he. I mean he's what fifty early fifties mid fifties right now i he. He looks amazing now. In fact it's the olive oil that's right so people do show and <hes> you know they weren't together for all these years and they disband and then never talked to each other did but you guys is really seemed to have a very close bond like a family bond aware best friends. Yes best best best friends. I mean we we don't see each other all the time like obviously we were working together. So we saw each other. Every he died. We don't see each other every day but <hes> and we don't see patrick as much as we'd like to because he's never in los angeles jet-setting all over the world <hes> <hes> but <hes> the rest of us yeah the rest of us who are bicycle angeles. We're all still best friend and you're right. It's very unusual in hollywood. That's probably you know a handful of shows that can honestly say and and without casting aspersions on my other star trek friends right. We really were the only show of all the incarnations the whole cast absolutely adored each other from day one. I mean we how to direct during the first season who directed to shows in them refuse to come back because we were too rowdy. I read somewhere that patrick got mad. How did you guys because you were too rowdy. Yeah we were yeah we were. We kind of kind of set off took off a lot and stay that way. I mean it was amazing. It was serendipity that we just all clicked but patrick was from devotion and i had heard from friends who had worked with him that he was. It's very serious and it was all about the work and so i don't think he was a happy camper when we started but he will tell you now when you interview him damn that we changed him for the better i've seen clips now behind the scenes stuff and he's dancing and singing all over the place and he's very human the man and his wife can scientists for it because she wouldn't have never married him. If he'd stayed away he was chuckling. I heard about howard stern actually and he it was great. He was joking around and he's fantastic. It was like he just needed you know what i think he just needed permission right and because of our behavior here he got permission biles moses to be you know to let go and just be freer and have a law because i mean at the end of the day when making a t._v. shaw. We're not curing cancer so yeah. I think you're the only person out of the rest of the cast and i've talked to quite a few of you guys but i think you're the only person would be destroyed up on on us on this. I'm putting myself in your shoes. If i did a show twenty years ago and then i did you know conventions. I think the worst part would be you know talking to people and asking quote answering questions that have been asked for twenty years and i it just seems like a b. I go to these conventions from time to time and i can't even be there for an hour and you guys are sitting there all day. Sign autographs answering the same question over. Is the money really that good or do. You just enjoy it that much. I mean it's like i don't know i ran into michael dorn. Guess a couple of years ago. It gets a little grumpy he was he looked i ran into this is after convention someone like i ran into him around town and he he was just beat down on like. Did you just come convention and he was like yes well. I enjoy it and i'm not i'm not saying you. I truly enjoy it. Yes it can get a little tedious. You know sitting there hour after our if there's no one coming up to get your autograph and you'll sit never and there's not one coming up to you. Yeah you can get a little boring but they're not go off and find friends so you know i just go off and catch up with the people that haven't seen in a while which is another lovely thing about convention is that you have these convention friends that you've made on the convention circuit kit that you pretty much on these conventions but you'll good chums right. That's always fun. That's tom and the cuban i part to me is a lot of that is that is the cherry on top of the ice cream sunday because i'm a stage actress. I came from the stage. I can't remember the last time i did the play <hes> really and so for me to get in front of a live audience whether it's thirty people thirty thousand people it's the same thing right because i because i do get asked the same questions i'll is kind of evolved into the stand up routine yeah <hes> and and what i say to the fans who come and see me over and over and over again. I'm like you've heard all the jokes before you're wrong. Why do you still come. You know 'cause i in shape i ain't she you know i know it's not cheap to love us and we really appreciate you know what the fence you know they work hard for them money and they come and spend on us and we appreciate them so much <hes> but you know i always like because they why are you here and they say to me and what i hear time. After time is marina it's like going to your favorite musical and hearing your favorite song i get that. I understand that yeah so that's i kinda. Go god bless them. Really god bless them. These fans are the most loyal fans ever in the history of the fifty well. It's the fiftieth anniversary this year and we're still on the song in twenty-six aint talking about star trek credible. It's pretty it's pretty unique yeah in pop culture it really is you know it really is and and actually see the older i get and the longer you know the the longer it's been since we did the show the more i get to appreciate. I think what my position our position as a cost. I should say well our position at the cost highs in the history of pop culture in america recount the history of the show business because i think we both very important i really do think important yeah. You have to look back and just be like wow am i in my blessed. I mean come on you. Were saying in the country and look what happened if you if you have said to the ugly little girl that i was at thirteen and trust me. I have the pictures to prove it <hes>. If you had said to me when i was searching and you know really ugly. <hes> you know one day marina you're going to be an icon and and <hes> and people are going to look up to you and and site and you're gonna be a sex symbol. I would've said well you smoking. I mean really i. It was absolutely absolutely not going to happen to me and look what happened. That's incredible. You couldn't ride me. I showed a picture. He did not want believe me but i showed a picture to michael dorn and he said okay. I'll recognize your mom and brother. Who's the chimpanzee now really oh man who gets the most autographs at these conventions. Who who do you get jealous of his his line so long from the walking dead at the moment really yeah. That's a big show. Oh man they are so popular and you know what right do they are like the big ticket right. Watch that show right eagle you can't it's not like no don't do this now. I've been in zombie movie and i haven't seen it. Just that's fine potter. I've done all of that stuff. I have never seen it just sleep with the lights on for the rest of the my mind. That's how i am. I do enjoy the show but that's about as far as i go all right. I can i ask one last question and we'll let you go since it's election season if you had one of the cast members from the other characters from the walking dead from from from the next generation who would you vote for to be president me you make great i would i would i read you know attend. How'd you wind. There's a reason behind this. I'm the only one who speaks really speaks my mind. Yeah i'm totally honest and actually i had a young man and come up to me at a convention one <hes> <hes> he had asperger's and he said to me miss saturday's <hes> i have burgers do know what that is and i said yes absolutely he. He said well. I want to thank you and i said for what and he said i understand you. Because you say what you mean yeah and i am that person who says what i mean so and i said you can't offend me right. I have such thick skin. It's just waldrop walter off the bat so they could run all the negative campaigns. They could do all that stuff. I wouldn't care into politics. I have thought about it. Did you realize i'm very i'm very interested in politics. What stop do you think well. There's just too many naked pitches of you know what halftime google that i don't. I haven't seen these yet. I haven't already marina. Thank you so much. We'll we'll be there saturday. I think <hes> so we'll see how long well well okay sweetheart all right. Thank you very much happy birthday by the way thank you happy birthday to you too. Thank you very much two thousand seventeen <music>. Hi me came in yesterday. He's like michael. I really need you to make a radio commercial for me because i want to start my business on the radio and stuff like that. Okay cool no big deal. 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Barstool Rundown - January 21, 2020

Barstool Rundown

25:00 min | 1 year ago

Barstool Rundown - January 21, 2020

"The rundown January twenty second brought to you by points bet college basketball night in America presented by points but points back now live in Jersey now. Aw Iowa designed for points with code parcel when you place your I bet a one dollars you get one hundred bonus pets make sure you get signed up with co Barstool singing about the Games thus go to points bet dot com if you're New Jersey. If you're an Iowa head to points bet sportsbook at Catfish Ben. Casino to complete your in person. Registration must be twenty one plus in Jersey Iowa terms and conditions apply gambling problem. Call one eight hundred gambler so Lebron got emasculate last night. Just emasculated escalated by the Boston. Celtics they lost by thirty Jalen Brown put them on a poster of the lights and everybody obviously they call technical Jaylen Brown. Because you can't do anything to Braun. Braun Brandon turns around and blames it on his kid and says basically. He doesn't want to make excuses but his routine was all messed up. Our our ten. If there's no traffic Lakers supposed to be good team in that it was I'm opening and see what the Celtics to does that. Change your opinion on the landscape of the NBA. Last name is that. I don't think the Lakers are coming out because I think bronze Iran's a fraud I don't think they come out of the West to begin with and never saw him to begin with he's old You know he'll put it up in the regular season. I don't think but the Celtics they weren't playing great. They got two guys back. Obviously fucking AC- Francis was courtside name and other unemployed guy who sits courtside. You can't take some of that daddy's money now. He's got another Gig. He's out there. Oh that's basically unemployed. That's like offense for them. But that's like you know. Moving from a trash can to a dumpster. He he's those are very close that was suspicious significant. Do you think Lebron tried to get off the Internet like you did it at that. Nike Cam nobody called the technical for sure Endre percents he. That's technical also got that reversal on out. Well I was. I can't believe that he landed on his kid. That's that's ventures abroad. I I don't I don't think he was like the Fox family's most important but yeah he kinda fucked me or being being well you lose games. Sometimes I did. He did take his medicine he was like. It's not the first time I've been done down. It's not the last time I was like well. Let's not act like you try to scrub it from the Internet right. You did get done gone but you freaked out about in the past so it's a valid question now. As far as a kid is the same guy who said his biggest regret in life was named. I'm brawny onto and then every every two seconds he's putting more pressure they also I'm surprised that Like this wasn't a I'll skip around a little bit like when the marathon bombings when when they shut down the city. I'm surprised that didn't happen when that guy threw a barbecue. Yeah Yeah and by the way hilarious. The referee conference security and like that Asian. Asian dude comes over and he's like no real house that's true that's should be you could be. Yep Martial Arts Yep could be a Ninja. We had this discussion actually not to get new. You mentioned injury talk radio I think we debunked we looked. Nobody's ever in killed by. Throw knife this all. You claim that but was there. You know yeah. What about Chinese stars? We can't tell me that that didn't happen in a war. No No. You can't tell me that you can't listen you did you do. We googled man killed nine and what we don't know yet they do. Uh not find someone on the ground with a nightmare thrown. He's if I'm in a war I kill somebody I keep tabs apps like where were you. Okay how about this. I fucking through a throwing knife and then someone shoots me and now that story is going to go. There's no really humid. There is different documentaries different than you don't think it's it's not easy. There's been a couple of axes not intentional. Like one. One guy threw a knife at somebody through car window and punctured his leg. But nobody's like knows. Nobody knows like icy Riggs Bank in the tax axe throwing is a big thing. That's bars right. But that's what I mean. She might fit people. Throw dodging acts in dodge chocolate. But that doesn't mean people don't throw it but no one's there's no documented intentionally documented is fine but if I had to ask you. Do you think it's happened in the history. St Humanitas article man who killed love rival by through seven inch kitchen knife ahead of you. Keep reading car crash no still it through window. The glass broken landon is still not no. I'm saying lead into for your heart right. Thank you know how to throw a knife as a weapon like bank. No one could see it. Like an axe can because it's so heavy it'll like dropping to slow moving right but then walked catwalk right into that trap. You GotTa really whip a knife. I yet radio. Yeah yeah that's what we're doing you see this. One woman admits killing husband. Right threw a knife at him when he was late home. They found one article. He's remember that one. You guys are the Chicago Tribune. One of them was locked in fucking. Hit number two guys. Laurie Julia Ricky. By the way that's where they throw knives Australia the wo- The mother of one through a knife and her husband's bare chest as he stood in the kitchen around two meters away. Wow that let me see. Let me see that article. I'll read. I ah yeah but there's something else would you or something else. It wasn't just like I know how to throw a knife like a Ninja. So what now. It's gotta be completely like you're proficient in it you lodge chef. And he died smart. I look the walking took ten seconds. Yes like you guys are so stupid soup it I found it in two ND. He's stupid no I. I did not search it Tony. Hey biting his won't be yourself. You GotTa throw nightmare immediately. Blamed your research guy. Basically research shows me. I just send it to you talk go ahead I mean in fact yes I could find a million stories and again those earning what you guys did the second Google search it says is I google searches. Is there any historical evidence of someone being killed by throw. You took that and you're like well I that I said I have the size and put Tommy on research and Tom. He's not Tommy's it wasn't working that day actual sorry. No no I'm wait to the nice throws out there oh Oh look all right she. He pulled it from his body with all night from his body yet blown onto him. That's like saying we're getting so technically kids out of your body Tommy on man that's holidays. That's Tom Tommy. No apology I apologize to Dave and me and you tell me everywhere. Are you wearing three seconds away from alarming thrown right search has man killed knife thrown google. Something ever really I said well he said throw it out. I was a woman killed started. He didn't OUGHTA use Google. That the whole seinfeld agreeing terrible google out. Yeah I just guessed Gal. That wasn't even Google Guy got cheat. Here's another one. I all right this knife. Seventeen year old girl in the back of the neck and they just left her to die. That's different that's a knife thrown out different. What do you do on Google? My Skill I. I'm GonNa look what I can't believe you trusted even if you want a couple of examples not managed never happened anywhere. Woman killed after her friend. WHO's throwing knives sir? Tree missed and killed her. That's nice that that is. That's not a skill okay. No that's an act. That's why that's a knife. Throwing thank seat accidentally on purpose like throw this knife with the intent to kill you but it's never documented. He's wrong one woman through uh-huh killing him in Bethlehem domestic dispute. And you're so stupid along with fuck man. I'm sorry Naga out here I was. I let me look at my life. Are you going to ban him from Google. Your guy ever again all right. We'll have talk to you. Get hit with a knife throwing expert. We should go do one of those nicer bars now just become. I wish I could kill you. Talked about talking half an hour to anyone else. They'd barely sure amongst friends. Could've it's very obvious that Tommy's learning media the hell he's doing. He's just throwing his glove out there now. Tom Glove about on the field big meetings. I gotTa Fun Factory. You Guys G. No one's ever killed you started. It never happened and then I I well. I A hypothesis that gun verse the Night Fat. I'm like can you throw throw the knife to kill them. Like I heard it. And then Tommy research like you're right just surround yourself with yes-men nobody challenges that yes search wasn't okay Google is broken. It's been a bad run for you Tom. Ever since that fucking girl broke up with me on different planning. who was this girl? Can we get this girl. That's just like the girl is because I'm GonNa try to woo her costanza stances. Rain doesn't work when he breaks up. Yeah this girl Anza. She literally stole his spider in His pink coat. Let's find out who these take us incognito to search yesterday because my aunt locker was fucking inversely goes on and on or cheating at a got got caught cheating and a soccer game and he blamed it basically on the fact that If girls got cheating they won't catch as much heat as heated. We've we hadn't seen girl do that though right we never seen. I mean we've seen plenty of guys be like. Oh Shit it's a bowl joyce to use that as to why because we also have never seen someone come forward bill. Yeah you're right. It was getting those people. Just fade off twitter too like I disagree by the way I think the girl would catch just a much I yes I mean we just never seen it so those an awesome moment though when he just knew it and he was dead. He's sitting there in the cameras on them. The beautiful people by the way who bring like you that like oh although if the In the private world nobody knows who the fuck you are. I mean you were running. A CO worker rented a friend like how many people you know. It's rare but it's like. Hey a of your altogether rooting for you. Might run into some of the three hundred level. I feel like that's bullshit like they don't do that. So there's a cockfight in in India so the rooster broke loose. They have the blades they really. Don't kill the Guy Seinfeld feel good story of the day feel good story. They've probably I been over like a billion with animals. Let the fight back and forth cockfighting. I went in Puerto Rico. Most disturbing thing. I'm GONNA degenerate either. I believe instantly it is disturbing violent. How how did this rooster has the country literally razors on the roosters? But I mean it's still takes a offer a rooster to kill a man. Yeah well they're supposed to be tied I think before he brought Louise's just the night off of them and it went like do you think of rooster with a razor reasonably can kill you. Not if I'm like no I mean if you fight yeah like oh the Roussy. Don't realize the rooster you kickin kickoff realize it can even like if I'm coming at me. I can avoid the rooster. If I don't know I gotta get you in the neck with his razor blade. I'll they can fly. They can't fly like this up to my stomach and he slips my belly and I like you know just along well again. You don't know that the rooster can is not so probably after the puppet portion of the cockfight which is like they used them. Yeah it's like and they're like punch you know if you your dog like a little toy they do that in a real real way to rooster originally. I want to fucking kill somebody. And if the guy doesn't all the roosters ready is free you don't like slices good for the rooster absolutely. We didn't talk with us. The Saga of target Tori yesterday. So there's a lady torey works at a target Bob Fox in Massachusetts sits. She does like Bob Fox a little bit. So He's shopping. There's a toothbrushes should be ninety bucks electric toothbrush. Listen for Penny. The do goes and tries tries to buy it. She won't sell it to the guy takes her picture shames or calls the cops like this is illegal Massachusetts. The Internet has turned on the guy. WHO's a total douchebag? How you guys I mean? He's a control. He said a lot of laboratory. Shit this you're looking for a time but go fund me. We now thirty grand for target toward the best happen you an. She's GonNa get stories. Yeah in like we're we're GONNA find out it was actually a gofundme me set up by a couple of scam artists. The whole thing up right or or is Like a horrible has history Toyota or Yay the quickest way to find a way to get the Internet to be sympathetic about you was she will get a razor. Someone did get caught staging. That was retired. It should be like I mean basically useless here he could go around and create a fucking into tire empire. Just being like pathetic. Should be what you do getting pathetic in. Don't really do it on my account because they'll come back on us. But if I was a smart guy I was just be professional. Pathetic person and like get like pay people like knock me over like oh I need this much for my medical bills have is an office futures in there though or porn it was filmed the porn today. At least in my guest has been dirty ready for a little while and routed them. We're trying to clean it and lease assaulted video on our barstow away at my desk dirty for a very long time like your moustache by the way thank you like dirty like Dirk options and just close everywhere your shit. Yeah who is trying to clean it. Lisa Ah let's try and clean it and wrong with trying to clean your desk for you. Yeah why use gene tired of seeing. It probably probably was so disgusted. Take out some level. Do you even hear something wrong as a clean your desk world in my living this my world I guess the world is like any lovely like oh maybe I should not be in a position. Where Roan who's valuable and talented is is cleaning my desk? Well plan at least the respond to our borstal instruments whereas like oh I feel so bad for you. Don't worry so I waited for months. And now she did four four months Manson ever hear like your desk is to go live in the street world. Well does this kid. Was your video video. Well the problem is like when you say okay. I made a point in the video in like a porn. It's like I'm thinking you're fucking somewhere in the office. Oh God no I would never. Aw Man Yeah like you have any grasp on reality Oh I got another one other knife throwing backing you up. Yeah incomparable lenders. Thrown natural letters the New York Times those application and this one's awesome. This one's from eighteen ninety eight Jew gusts you know when we looked at it came up nothing now. What do you mean you keep reading? I don't know there's something that dismissed. I mean. Look obviously there's been deaths googling never in my strong to we go back to April twelve twenty seventeen when it all started except the date it brings. What what do we got? Here is the bigger cheap show. Have a dad who comes out of the crowd and smokes wrestler in Brazil hockey handshake line. Where goalie just wipes out a player knocks them down? Nobody reacted in that one bullet fair. Yeah I I mean clearly. The Dad is way worst based on the reaction of dad because that moment like right before he tries to he hits the kid like that's the moment his life he realized forever change. Can't live in that community you can. You can't be doing that to do Community wrestlers are fucking crazy. To begin with. They all should be locked up. There probably like are like that. KB's probably like probably has seen that before. His Dad probably did that or that happened to me. Something like that. They're Weirdos but the fact that nobody on that kids hockey not even another good Radio duo here TV duo. These guys calling some big big eight tournament or some high school tournament wire the Classic Tournament Ornament Back My security. Toby Argonne Landon. Oh God oh classes getting into an argument with security. What is going to we? We wish we could see this but he just talked to. The couch is getting Jordan. Whales in it. This is also six. Oh six Baga God hang hang on one second hang on what laugh out loud funny that would be very good if there was like a march madness channel for amateur announcers the worst yes or worse. It was amazing. I was electric God. He grabbed him every. Aw that's the best part about it is like it wasn't like mankind coming off talking top rope literally just like He. Now he's talking to the balance. The power of God last video that went viral super sad to Lante West Yikes Life Whoa man. I why did you hit him. He attack you first because the pension you hit him man I wo- can't sleep may proce me. Would I would gone John. Redwood's is GONNA fuck okay. North Gut is how you not in good shape who knows mental issues. He's always been off. He's for a while but super sad video That went viral on. Everyone's saying the same to help them. What's his name did? Oh who's the guy played with at Saint Jo's during he's aware of the album. But yeah just fucking crazy video. I didn't even you know the I saw that. I didn't it was him. Scroll past it and I thought you're saying he looked like the day west crazy crazy video and they also post show You WanNa do more Google's now we get it Tom. He's a moron now. I feel bad moron but I'm not a you'll will actually don't feel about because you guys we can check tapes. You guys really parading that in our face. I saw the tweet rundown correct I actually. I actually Sherlock Sherlock and Watson big news the fact that Tommy was confirmed it on Google for like twenty minutes led me astray. Can't Google you gotta you gotTa remember you need to research. Yeah he's just You need a new. Google might be the best story ARC though for Tommy. He's going back got to his roots charm in March. What if what if it turns out that you getting in shape is also like making your brain I do? I have liked him. Known him since the muscle proof. Positive that you working out is turning earning you back into a stupid. Will you stop working out your immediate array back. Then I was like very weak and Google title. I just have nothing. I can't lose I trump. You'll become good doc charm again. 'cause I can't a good luck charm. Walking around looking fucking tank pause and beer cheese balls also. I can't off thank tops among my left arm moult

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Netflix Passes on Apple Video Service - DTH

Daily Tech Headlines

05:58 min | 2 years ago

Netflix Passes on Apple Video Service - DTH

"Real protection means having a safe and smart home custom fit to your lifestyle with eighty you can set up automations unique to your home to automatically do things. Like lock the doors and set the thermostat when you leave even close your garage door from virtually anywhere. That's real protection with the AT go app SOS button, the safety net of eighty t is always with you. Visit ATT dot com slash podcast to learn more about how ADT can design and install a secure smart home. Just for you. And then then these daily tech headlines for Tuesday March nineteenth twenty nineteen. I'm Sarah lane. Apple updated. It's MAC lineup with up to eight three point two gigahertz. Six core eighth Gencor is seven from Intel with Toronto boost and up to a four point six gigahertz for the twenty one point five inch four K. I Mak for the twenty seven inch five K, I Mak up to a three point six gigahertz eight core ninth core I nine with turbo boost and up to five point. Oh gigahertz. Apple says, the new twenty one point five inch imac models deliver up to sixty percent faster performance than previous jen's and that the new twenty seven inch. I MAC models deliver up to two point four times faster performance Grady on pro Vega graphics options are now available across the new I MAC lineup including the Vega. Twenty the twenty one point five inch. I MAC and the Vega. Forty eight for the twenty seven inch the updated lineup offers up to sixty four gigabytes of faster two thousand six hundred sixty six megahertz DDR for memory. And up to two terabytes of SSD storage. And the base model offers thirty two gigabytes of memory and one terabyte of storage for the first time speaking at a press event Monday in Los Angeles net flicks, CEO Reed, Hastings said that the company will not be working with apple when it launches its new video plants Hastings said also that Netflix isn't really tech company, but a media company like Disney Hastings said that Netflix spends one point two billion dollars per year on technology, but around ten billion dollars on video programming. So quote, we're really mostly content company. Powered by tech Instagram announced in a blog post that it's launching a beta shopping program with over twenty beauty and fashion. Brands already signed up the test allows a user to tap the view the product button and then check out on Instagram button rather than getting bounced out to a commerce site. The feature will be rolled out over the course of the next few weeks to mobile users in the US and will feature products from Dita's, Kylie cosmetics and Nike among others Invidia announced a ninety nine dollar AI computer called the. Jetson nanno. This is the latest in invidious line of Jetson, embedded computing boards, which powers robots and other AI powered devices for tasks like object recognition and a Thomas navigation without relying on cloud processing power. This is known as edge computing with data being processed from cameras and microphones not leaving the device. Former Jetson boards have been used to power devices ranging from shelf scanning robots made for lows to skied ios autonomous. Drones in has also launching developer kit of the nano, targeting embedded designers. Researchers and DIY makers for ninety nine dollars and production. Ready modules for commercial companies for one hundred twenty nine dollars for a minimum of one thousand modules Intel announced its partnered with subcontractor Cray to build the first supercomputer with one exit flop of performance that's a quivalent to one Quintin floating point computations or flops per second were flop equals to fifteen digit numbers multiplied together. This is for the department of energy's Argonne, National Laboratory. In Chicago, until expects delivery by twenty twenty one and says that the system dubbed Aurora will cost five hundred million dollars to dramatically advanced scientific research and discovery until previously said it would deploy a one eighty flop supercomputer at Argonne back in two thousand eighteen architectured on its third gen nights hills Zeon five processors, but cancelled that project after China revealed it intended to build an exit scale system by twenty twenty the Australian Broadcasting Corporation reports of former Uber employees that says Uber used a secrets by where program called surf Cam to steal drivers. From Australian competitor. Go catch surf Cam was reportedly developed an Uber. Australia head office in Sydney in two thousand fifteen and is said to have allowed Ober Australia to see in real time all of the competition cars, online and scrape data such as drivers name and car. Registration allowing Uber to directly approach those go cats drivers and tried to convince them to work for over surf camps. Use in Singapore against competitor grab. Was first reported by Bloomberg back in twenty seventeen. Mozilla released version sixty six of its fire FOX browser which features auto blocking of auto plane audio and video fire FOX can determine if video is playing with audio muted and will still play that video, but will mute videos that auto play with audio on if you wanna play video on a site that fire FOX has blocked you just click the play button, and you can also weightless sites with auto plane and unneeded videos as well. Fire foxes. Also, introducing squirrel anchoring that keeps your place from jumping around due to slow loading ads ability to search within multiple tabs better. Search and private browsing mode improved and clear security warnings and web authentication support for windows. Hello and finally angry birds. I'll of pigs the games. A our version is headed to I o s the game was developed by Swedish company resolution games and is available for preorder starting today. It will be free to play within game purchases. Though. The company tells tech crunch. It hasn't locked down a business model just yet. Angry birds VR. I'll pigs became available on steam for the vibe and Oculus rift last month for more discussion of the tech. News of the day subscribed to daily tech new show dot com. You can find the show notes for this episode and links to all headlines there as well. I'm Sarah lane. Thank you for listening to you next time.

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