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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

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03:48 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

"Them. Good place. I want to continue what i do. I want to continue to lend. I wanted do it. Well and i want to add value to as many people as possible. I think this is the important part as well. Because i've seen in by the book any cutting to you that you like me a very passionate about south africa. I mean technically you could live wherever in the world that you wanted to but you believe in south africa. Do you believe the same way that i do that that You know this spirit of entrepreneurship and growing businesses yet in south africa is gonna be one of the answers to south africa's problems case. I think to the unemployment problem. That is the only on ser. And i think that is definitely one of the biggest problems that we have at the moment. And to be very honest if we done start embracing equity finance in for our small medium companies If we continue trying to to build them with date we will just not be fast enough so rising equity funding is like accelerating the growth. You'll probably have the same result over ten year period if you use date but with Capital that in terms of equity. It can have that result in one year or two years and so if we want to accelerate the the economical growth is africa. We need a critical amount of people to understand and embrace equity funding. And i can't say that enough okay. Ingloriously glossy one piece of advice that you would give entrepreneurs are they all aspiring opinion. What would your one piece of advice be makes sure that you're solving a problem for someone. Who has the ability to pay you for solving the problem. Because if you're not solving problem for someone you won't be an entrepreneur for long wonderful stuff. The book is cold. The billionaire mindset by. Daniel strauss as i said earlier at daniel strauss is the way you will find it available in most good bookstores set available. I think on amazon as well. Hey kindle yea so in boulder bookstores. it's on amazon. I also have it on audible. now is in audiobook. Which just by the way. I've been listening to Nas to see a familiar name. That is the narrator of the book and i actually think he has one of the based voice over voices in the country. That's why used now wonderful stuff in. It's it's great to see And so much more. I want to speak to you about. I mean just about some of the businesses that you got involved in the music side of it. what else you lack. I might have to have you back on the show You know as soon as the books ten on shell reach out again but It reps reps it up. He says putting his false teeth back at wraps it up for this edition of what's involved. My special guest is being neil strauss. Thank you so much for your time and we wish you all the very based. Thanks so much. David looking for every guy as i said danilo Get the book. It's brilliant okay. I know. I said there's a lot of good books at dan. They all but this one. This one spiked meets ideas off the favor it's available all good bookstores on all of the platforms that the audible vision is great as well. If you're driving up and down at you can give it a listen as well reps it up and that each and everyone of you the coughed yourselves. Take care and thank you for listening..

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

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02:35 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

"It's almost an art. Have way you. The basement was that i had. They just asked the right restraints. Goes the questions that they have make me think about. What am i actually. Busy m islander. Right bossia And and that's very very valuable to me. And i notice again. You mentioned this in the book that you have several tools and that you you meet with them tech fairly regularly so so we're not gonna gotten just look for one. I think one is the place to start. But ideally to have more than one jason for a very long term one tool But the thing is a lot of people think that you have to get into to see what you can get from them. What i normally try to do is i. I do research about the the business that i want to approach. And then i tried to find out what is really important to him at this stage in allies and then i tried to unlock values for them as well. It must be mutual relationships. You shouldn't be an energy vampire with some people off spoken to them for an our. You feel so drained you wanna go to sleep whereas other people you just feed off of each other's imaging you you actually have. Yeah you energize each other and executive what you talk about experienced a couple of times really. Thank you for taking the time out in having a check to us before i let you go though. What's next in terms of deal strauss and your life all we going to get a second book at what planes of you got. Thank you david to offset. My facebook did quite well. I think it was a number one. South african buchen march and april dem's of siles ama- published actually offered me another contract and we already busy with the next book at the moment. I'm very focused on on making invasive wants there's a lot of opportunity and kept ordering the market at the moment raising coming basements for companies. We adding value to companies actually write offs to this. I have a goal aware. We introduced one of our portfolio companies to do significant possible of customer for.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

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04:33 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

"Now scalable. We get to working capital cycle. We can do systems. We get to market size all of those things. Then you need to provide a gastro projection for the next three years. And i found that for south. African entrepreneurs is extremely difficult. Because i used to talking to their accountants with specialize in telling them exactly what happened the bossed. But now you have to tell me what you think is going to happen in the future by sonia milestones customers the business model all of those things. Then what is what is the valuation at which you are rising. Finally how did you calculate those valuation and what is your current company. Structure look likes so if you as an entrepreneur for instance only have three percent left of your company. By the time you come to me for finding. You're not properly insane device so we have to make sure that the structure is correct and then why your current share this and how much capital heavy rights dight so normally after those nine thousand nine hundred questions have been on shit. We didn't have very good position to to say yes or no. We want to move forward with a due diligence process. If we say yes it only means yes. We want to do due diligence company and they knew it obviously dealt deep into to the nuts and bolts fantastic. Well i think that is that is very helpful. The other thing again. You got to get the book because it is so well. Written a a mess complement genetic. The book is written in very easy to understand terms. One of the things. And i wanna talk about this when we come back as we wrap up the interview that you talk about throughout the book is the power and the need for main toes and maintain so when we come back. I'm gonna be checking to you about that as we wrap it. Up is my special guests. That i have with me nil. Strauss he is. The author of the billionaire mindset absolutely brilliant book. Rotella where you can get that as well when we come back. This is what's involved and we're back with my special guest author of the billionaire mindset. Daniel strauss maintain ship then. He'll talk to me about that. Because you could at a lot of your success to the main towards in your life. Yes i would normally say a lot of people continents a. How do i find a need site. Identify someone with his own Already reached significant level of success in the industry or the thing in which you would really like to reach a lot of success so find someone who's already successful in this specific area way you also went to be successful and then make sure that the basin as similar edison malady type two. You often say that late say warren buffett might not be the ideal main tool for elon. Musk because the one is extremely innovative with the other. One is extremely patient for instant So make sure that that you find someone who has similar to you in in those aspects but whoever already reached a significant success. A k- not not this is where a lot of times people get confused between because these days just about everybody and they dug is is a life coach or a spiritual coach or a business coach coaches in maine tolls different things in my view. That very different. I actually a main doors anna coach. So i see value in all of them but to me a main told israeli. Someone identified you. What to do they ask you the right questions to get you thinking and they need you the awake and i find more inflammation by can normally direct you to either someone to speak to over gandhara to a book to read or they will actually show you what they have done already some interest..

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

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04:05 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

"You won't be attractive to either banks or to other east so it's a change of thinking but you have to. They have grown your business to a certain level. Now that we haven't spoken about is that you are the one ace in the study david. Just stop the cheese now. So you don't have to grow to certain before you approach funds. May you just have to have the vision to it. Extremely big they me. Just give you some context We invested in an idea in. What was it this. Same between ninety. It was just an idea but it was a wonderful trip a year. We knew entrusted so we invested in the company at a one point seven five million dollars valuation. I mean which is quite a high value hide should for an idea. Speaking south african deals now fifteen months later the company's valued at twenty two million dollars. They're employing i think twenty or twenty five people that are growing rapidly massively. They really doing well. The guys to any seven years old. Wow so what. I'm trying to say is that guy had the unconstrained thinking to raise funding to boulder solution to a real world problem that lots of people are willing to pay for and then discarded massive. Okay so is this. This is the kind of thing that in. You'll you'll other part of your life that you guys do. I mean you've got an investment company. So what would you look for if somebody's got a business now. What are the kind of things that investment companies like yourselves would look at. It's so List of questions. That i would nobody ask onto so i don't want to vo- the listeners. But if i was listening to this i would've liked to yes What types of questions should. I be able to answer that if i want them to. In based in my company is it fine. If i go through these questions quickly absolutely. I think this is vital dead. We got to this point lewisham. So normally the fist question that we went on japanese the entrees. What is.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

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04:21 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

"You need to get get learned my mind and i get to read and see a lot of books at when we come back i'll be talking about A different roles that we have in a company like for example out company. What's digital small. There's two of us. And how do we think about going that as danilo mansion now about being shareholders wall when we come back this is what's involved saga tavee along with us and we're back with my special guests to neil strauss he is also the Mindset so just before the break we we were talking about thinking like a shareholder but now this ticket business like mont danilo. I am of chief. Cook buttler russia. I am see. I am designer. I am director i founder. How do we get postal of this. Because all different heads that we're expected to way is Easiest to start with 'em how'd you decide biggio Salary should be if you are a shareholder director. See many and the employees. How do you decide that. Yeah you see this whole concept of salary at this. Stage is foreign to a lot of us that are running small businesses in this country because Sorry carry on as cheryl there. You want the salary to be as low as possible so that you can have as much profit as possible as the ceo. You want to avid. As highest possible said you can have abated livestock but as director whose fiduciary do did is to act in the best interest of the company. They won the celery to be market-related in order to ensure that the maximum share the venue. while compensating the o. Adequately to ensure that they don't think about money all the time that they can actually focus on doing the job which is building. a growing. The company a. k. I'm just thinking now because i'm an through my interactions with the melissa. That the people that are got companies maasais may maybe a little bit bigger. And it's been this dinner blood sweat and tears all of the time and you're so busy working in the business that you don't really get a chance to step back and you talk about about financing as the way to start growing a business but most of us and i include myself out. Any recos is being to go camping. Hand to the bank and say please share. Will you give me some money. Ridiculous interest rate. And you hope that. I do and then they just look at joel. Your books new balance sheet nagai. There's no as you're a good risk. Kevin stay what are what we do..

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

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04:22 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

"Listen to that. Yeah that makes sense. I mean i'd certainly would like to meet a couple of check to the militia that purely for selfish reasons but one of the things in in your book that you that you talk about an. I've battled with his concept 'cause i think i'm i'm stuck and what you call thinking above the line and you know what you do when you think below the line and what you do when you think above the line. I don't want to give away too much of the book because you've got to read it. You will not understand all the concepts until you read the book so we gotta tell you way to get debt in just a little bit but talk to me about this concept of above the line thinking and below the line thinking. 'cause i've got a bit of a well. I've got a radio background which necessitates advertising and marketing immediately. I'm thinking in the marketing specs. But that's not right from your context. Ea so specifically said that any any other late site knowledge that you can do do above the line below the line east. Forget about this new new new above the high side. It's almost like tree. Tree needs to have very strong roots in order to survive but it also needs lease and what we what i see as the roots of the trees what we call level one and level two thinking so without getting taken. I'm just going to run through it quickly on level one an entrepreneur Things about products and services show tim an intermittent revenue then as they move up in thinking they moved to level two. Then they start thinking of how can they create systems around these products and services they start thinking medium and how to generate recurring revenue. And then we get to above the line and that is how do you tend these systems products and services into a financial instrument that in invasive would be willing to acquire. They saw thinking long term. They start thinking about how shareholder value is created in listed companies people are talking about capital allocation out to create shareholder value all the time but for some reason our entrepreneurs in south africa are talking about tax avoidance. All the time. I mean those two completely different mindsets. Yeah yeah sorry. I'm quiet day. Because i'm thinking as soon as you you of win. Text avoidance. yeah. I get that bombers be paid the government but this is somebody should to me the one day says if you having to pay a lot of tax it must mean. You're making a lot of money. Is that is that kind of some of the differentiation differentiation. In thinking the big thinking is how often abused sold about how much companies with david and how shareholder value is actually created in that company. We look at it from the outside. And would you invest in this company. If not why not buy you are actually invested in owner. One hundred percent of your gumby says they know us from shareholder respective. Would you prefer company. That shows no Order to avoid taxes or would you prefer to have a company that is as profitable possible obviously within a sustainable framework to add as much revenue as possible. Which one would you choose as share old. Well yeah as a shelled. I'm looking at prophets exactly and that's that's a mindset shift that needs to happen if you want to really grow a significant growth enterprise that that will live long off to you not here. Okay we're chatting to neil strauss. He is the will say he's first book is called the billionaire mindset at some..

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

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02:57 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

"But my main to say to me. Well that's old news already in the future. It will be the knowing that it's the unerring. So they said gun safes that you need to understand in business and these concept They remove the constraints that we blaze upon ourselves. And as soon as you know how to remove certain constraints that other people see as impossible to overcome and you can overcome these one or two or three constraints inside any. There's nothing that can stop you. You see i heard. Once economy said r. rated twins is success leaves clues. Is this something in your journey. That you found is the system that separates those who can write rise stratospheric louis to the others like myself and my little business. Yes definitely as. I said i was probably still have an in depth conversation with probably the most held billionaire in south africa and as we spoke i realized that he truly breakfasts unconstrained thinking and that does stay from his existing wealth over the backing that he has. It's literally from knowing that you do not need capital to build a massive business. You can go and raise that capital and he knows exactly how to do it because why is it that assistant small group of people. Every time they get involved in a company in south africa it's listed on the stock exchange within three to seven years but another group of people that get involved in businesses. They file it's because the one group knows the rules of the game. They stick to it and they they just keep on doing the same thing. According to the rules and they businesses grow. And i think we can can list. These people. Other people come in they. They judged them instead of trying to understand how they doing it. And why they are able to have success off the success off the success the judge them so what i say is if someone both one business extremely successful and they want to come and give advice. I am a little bit weary because luck does play a big role but if someone got five or six or thin businesses that they grew ten fold within the last ten years. They.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

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03:46 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

"Nothing comes easy to us and sometimes in an obscene it in my life previously. You know you kind of rise to the level of your own mediocrity and this is the mindset side of it comes in because it is so difficult to change now from what i've read in the book. Your story is fairly similar now. How did you about this. So i'll tell you a little bit of a story of our unexperienced regarding these mindsets and then onto you I've also got to meet a guy in in singapore who specializes in something. Michael unresolved polishes and what happened. Is we invested in company and almost every time that this company reaches a million rand over the month the entrepreneur self sabotage. The hardest do that either stays away from the office full extended periods of time. He starts fighting with these employees. He starts fighting with everyone around him. And in the business full fulls back below million random and and then wakes up again and then he starts doing everything writing. And i couldn't understand this so i actually took him to singapore to gun. See this guy and this guy worked with him and bit when you result cool the trauma some traumatic experiences that he had when he was younger you gave himself Mission to succeed and once he gave himself commission to succeed as cited wants is always struggle. I do not agree with that. Nobody has destroyed. You can overcome that. And then suddenly the business started doing much much better and in a similar way. I started by attending a three-day cools in southeast asia. Way essentially context is given about how dishes society that relieving him and the rules of the society as it is now so the rules change from time to time seddon written rules in certain unwritten rules and once. I had clarity about how these rules work. I was ready to really start my journey towards creating wealth. Okay it's it's getting to the the other part of the christian In just a little bit on special guest is daniel strauss and by the way if you're going to be looking at full the book it's spelt daniel so daniel strauss the billionaire mindset when we come back we'll be setting to daniel semel and finding out a little bit more about the book and about your story is what's involved back in a bit and we're back with my special guest daniel strauss of the billionaire mindset. So we we talk about just before the break here. The no we're talking about this. This whole mindset thing and you said that that you'd gotten to the stage where you'd gotten new mindset sorted out but all the mock of people who are successful because if i think about it and you mentioned this in the book as well there's a couple of people who are super wealthy used them as as examples anything. He lost everything today. Tomorrow that'd be back at it and within a very short tom. That would be successful again. always say that some people think it's not the big that it's small. It's the forest. It's.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

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04:17 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

"How did you meet him. An indigenous sort of. Tim doesn't sorry. Would you mind monitoring me as i said i was. I was really at a time in my life. I was about twenty nine years old where i realized. If i'm if i don't do it now it will probably happen so i was actively looking for a successful business person would show me 'cause i a of the the young guys these days to really climb the letter false is because of family ties dead. Introduces you to a billion any take on these wing and an option so my dad was the youngest of nine children. He started following when he was nine years old. And i mean he didn't have the networks e couldn't introduced me to anyone so i was actively looking in one day one of my friends from aguado wealthy family In south africa said that he's going to biggies dad's business partner up from the airport. I wanted to come with it. I'm like okay. Cool so windy. And i made this guy and we just clicked so i was working as a private equity analyst at time so i had a better understanding of of how these in basements worked in private companies but he just opened my mind. Now you talk about opening your mind. And i wanna get into that in a in a little while but what brew to to the stage of. You felt confident you'd learned enough you're experienced enough to.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

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04:15 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Watts Involved

"Once again it is. What's involved so good to have you along with us. I've got an exciting guest on this particular episode and it's one i'm not gonna lie. I've been trying to take him down for a while. Because i had the book thrust at me and said you can change your life. You have to read the book. So i said okay. I will read the book and it came from a couple of companies in somebody that sexy implemented some of the mindset secrets in this book. So who is he he is. Daniel strauss daniel david. Thanks so much opportunity. It's an absolute pleasure. I'm i'm so looking forward to check together because hopefully you're gang to be able to on a lot of questions that i think a lot of people have but before we get onto the book and the book is called billionaire mindset okay now radium. Gang billionaire haven't even got my hit around millionaire but that's why you write the book one of the reasons so we're going to talk about that but tell me a little bit about daniel because you didn't start off wealthy and you didn't wake up wealthy day. You had what. I would term a fairly normal upbringing. Talk to me about that. Things david is. I grew up in. The small town goes caboose in the northern cape. My dad is a farmer. And i can remember always just wanted. Opportunities are always read about the children in the big school zoo. Go on international drips and they do the athletics on thoughts on tracks and stuff. I mean we. We read on gravel ex Then i studied industrial engineering. Stellenbosch university Later on i didn't in be a. And somehow i just i wanted to know how the big guys do it. How is it possible that some people become billionaires and other people struggle to survive says they dry deny applied for jobs. They said oh the traditional big companies in stellenbosch. I couldn't find a job. And then finally. I was blazed. To find a very wise man from southeast asia was willing to take me and under his wing for years take me to various countries and he actually opened my eyes about how investment is really done. Globally because africa's at least twenty years behind developed countries in my view when it comes to early stage funding and how we grow businesses. Okay that's a very short and succinct inside. But i mean you you you sort of had an entrepreneurial from quite early on in your life i mean you would. You would sell chickens. I believe or the aches. Which did you sell chickens or eggs. Which came first. I had a little of vegetable batches. Well so i would not i would actually do all the work myself. Prevail the ground but in the fit liese's and then i would grow these these feature bolts and they would sell the do the grocery in town and this is what i like about the book. Daniel is that it's written in plain english and is no you talk about some fairly complex concepts but it's written in a way that The average joe like myself can understand and there's a lot of stories in the book. And that's what i love what you make you know you use different analogies you know the the one part of the book You said seventy what would you rather be a big fish in a small pund or a small fish in the sea. And that's that's very very in. Because i can understand that but now you sit you meet this man and he became your main to..

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on The Corner

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06:49 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on The Corner

"Mckee. But i mean listen. I've seen pit bulls pimple longtime ago. He got stopped by benson anderson. Mainly because it's like daniel strauss who is an animal pressure. Fighter beat him. He originally lost his title. Shot back in the day. This has to be like damn your decade ago to pack current in a competitive fight pressure fighter. He has lost. Some clothes fights to guys pressure him. That's not to say that. He has fought pressure fighter since he choked out strauss in their rematch. I mean he talked about ran through. Michael chandler one arch letter pressure guy. Beat him over five rounds so it's one of those men to beat him. You really gotta be in his face twenty five minutes throw hands no fear and that's a dangerous way to live against this version of pit bull dog. I don't know i'm gonna pick mckee for this one single reason because of mckee wins it opens the division back up again now you got a lot of contenders you can find them. You may have even have rematch. Pit-bull if pit bull wins. Oh fuck he fights like he's he's beat everybody he just wanted to grand prix tournament as the champ. I honestly have no idea if wins. I guess next week show will be. Where does he rank it. Mma pow pound period. If he does mckee we gotta have that conversation. What mckee wins mckee makes things so much more interesting because yes pit bulls billion been ability for a long time. He's the best fighter along at one of their longest tenured fighters. He's pretty much done at all. If the key wins and him up it is what you kind of mentioned like john jones. It's like oh shit. they have their. They have their guy. He's undefeated he's charismatic. He and he can fucking fight. They will now have their guy. They can hit their wagon to the mvp in work. They've tried it which handler he's gone. You know then he bargaining guys like you know you have move sassy. Yeah that's great. You have ryan better. And he got dusted up in the light heavyweight thing but you have a guy that is yours that people have been able to witness from the bottom up. Strictly come up. You try to air. A pico is going to take him a little while but mckee. That's the guy if he beats put pit bull. It opens up so much shit. And i guarantee you that there'll be so many outlets shows talking about mckeon like well. Shit you see the best by the way in the world now probably vocal asking. Can ortega and max holloway. Yeah that's great without this. This do mckee savage fucking savage someone to pick mckee. I don't know if he can out. Strike pit bull. But then i don't even know if he could choke out the bulls underrated when it comes to be jj. I don't know this is a toss up. I'm just picking mckee. 'cause i wanna see chaos word. That's that's my only reasonably repegging that fight as well and then with the ufc. I mean we've we've had two cards. Last week's car wasn't bad right. But it's one of those where it's like. do i really care. Macy barbara got a decision. Probably she didn't deserve probably still a two to one fight isn't like she should have got skunked on the cards. No not her the wrong one. Yeah they gave her the raw scorecard. I mean you know then she shouted out basically did or canaan speed going on speech after that if the kids what the fuck who what is going on here so No she shouldn't have. But i will not say that car was a really good car. The last week card the Costa fight was really good. The pipe affiliates fight was really. Good darren elkins. I don't know how this damage guy took it asks in the first row bleeding came back out. This fucking guy comes back from the dead all the time in to make it a fight I'm a mom beating. It's the way he did that. Dude looks like a problem in middleweight. They they have. This was a good car to showcase. Some talent and the main event was exceptional. But then you saw mickey goal to by the way your makida fight this weekend's card your at hall i don't care. Nobody's watching the ship. This is the one week that the uc's like we're just gonna take. The dale was watching the ship. I mean and again they lost three fights to to the own not even not even that they lost tanio to wait cutting issues. Here's here's something that's fun about this nico matan. You is off the car because away. Cutting issues. Right next week a documentary is going to be released starring nico montagna and guess what it's about cutting await omar god tie irony positive light. No but one of my boys used to do videos for greg jackson. He's done like ma documentaries. You hit me up. He was like yeah. We're doing a screening in vegas with nico montagna. Oh you know. It's about way cutting and he hit me like earlier this week and he was like. Can you come through. And i'll say. I don't know because i don't house and then i saw him didn't make weight and i was like wait a minute. Wait you just going to release this shit. The money's been spent like is. That's wild documents on way cutting. You don't make weight incredible. Maybe the documentary. Who knows maybe listen. It could like the baby to be part of a release fled as part of the rollout. A ms wait by seven pounds. Build some buzz for this Dive you want to start their your. I hall sean straight win. I mean i don't fuck. I hate picking ryan hall fights. We did something like stack quota on ring or honoring side on. Espn made today where he is now. Tied for the most finishes or knockouts most knockouts in ufc midway history. So and i would have never guessed because what are you. Counting the chris wiedeman one. Yeah two are like just injuries. Yes come then. People were folded so yeah like he is now tied with like anderson so all right which he stopped him so congrats.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"One twister. But you submit you. But you finish him with the elbow to the liver. We have to do some guys who can do it though downward l. right own drop until she gives up if she gives up two thousand match these two grand snap but has to happen at a high level organization so happy has to happen often l. Ufc bela tor one. Championship has happened. Horizon has happened a major promotion now liking the cage. No okay Has happened to a high level promotional match eddie's to grand for k. That's great for k. So impose it off in a major promotion. I'll match eddie's touquet. Perfect does your cat dynasty to. I love it yeah. Hopefully that gives some steam to this. So i just thought this is bill. Burroughs talking about conor mcgregor trash-talk really and he didn't say anything like i'll just. You can read this right here. This is bill talk his pot. Renton is podcasts. He was on was. It is podcasts bullets. I'll look it up after. So this is bill bursa in this. But jesus christ your wife is my. Dm's jesus and does saying he's a dirtbag the usually say all sorts of crazy shit and then afterward. They're so nice. This is the only time. I can remember where it sounded like prefight hype and then i like the people who are going too far. Don't say things about his life. What are you talking about. They say all sorts of crazy things. Oh he said he was going to murder me. It's like he didn't say he was gonna eat as children he is saying. I'm gonna fuck fuck you until you love me. There's a lot more crazy shit than that. fuck you to love me mike. Tyson line he selling the fight and he's conor mcgregor a few fight him you make money. And that's That's what you're saying. So what what's the podcasts. And podcasts record shuts down when he comes back. He goes on tangent about beers. Yeah yeah that's not crossing the line. I guess disagree Disagree with bill also bills not really in the fight world. You know my kids. I don't get their shit talk. And then there's especially guy like does import grafters wife a psych all for the shit talk but there is a lying cross. I i know their cage fighters stuff like that. But there's a line crossing in definitely crossed that line. He's crossed lines like that in the past to religion stuff When i was mentioning matt mitcham potential. Getting cut so belt or party with a bunch of people. Liam gary was like they're like yeah. Daniel strauss faulk. Yeah because you don't hear guys getting kept from belt. Ovadia bec rawlings. Heather hearty kind of shed. A lot of hype. Those are the top ones. Who are these people. The alcyone cut They cut the car interesting. Scroll up a little more interesting. Tom quite right but i can. Yeah and like liam he wasn't. He's just lost his last one but one the one before that. i wonder. what's going on the juicy. Your boy Jake the wwf guy. Jake hager one fight failure and then I did see this and then Our guy the war master. Josh barnett was like hell. No you do not deserve this fucking fight. Yeah he's like you know we're near the levy. Nubia fight a fatal. He's like that's my fight and went off on gifford josh barnett. Yeah definitely deserves that fight. Yeah sure we do. you think. Do better numbers jake. Josh all day real staple john hall of famer. Talking about two hall of famers and josh barnett failure. You know jake ha ha hager liked the guy but you know came on be. I don't think jet j. Jake hagar win that. No i don't think it's the shit out of but also if fate or fan that's his last one in russia. You probably wanted to fight a gay jake. Hager name easy fight failure hometown. Beat the fuck out of them. Making argument for jake hager now i could see them given him that fight hundred percent but josh deserves it hundred. Yes so jessica. I her last fight. She got that huge gash on her head. So dana white posted the pictures of it. How crazy is that each. I mean not worse than our boy at fucking karate championships wherever who to fill the frankenstein scar. That's insane and he wants to fight still with an elbow. The did that was the head. But i had i think yeah. This is going to be bad news for some people the rest of which has a man. Now who is this guy. I don't know i just saw posted it nikos song. Who is that guy. He's a big dude skinny guy. I mean tall. There's no audio on this either. A handsome devil he got to be. Yeah and i mean. I went through the comments a little bit. It's just funny. People are upset. Someone said like spain but without the s just feeling pain from this. Oh yeah just twenty comments like that. Okay who i forget who it was some girl. She lost like a million followers when she said she was married. It might have been paid. I think it was not a million dollar tonya. It's with these trolls fallen around. It's like you really thought your chance. Because she's a man you're on phone. Where would you think was going to happen dude. So i mentioned this last week. I think that turned down. Rock old like they're supposed to fight the rescheduled. It'd be a tough fight for homes so actually spoke about it recently and you just said. This coach manager didn't want which makes sense what it is. This is an old one from showtime but They just put this up on bloody elbow. So i'll just play for The craziest twenty two seconds in boxing.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"It's really hard to keep the keep it. Keep it still. You can do it. I believe in you know. It's really hard to keep the plane by god. So now you're now you're crossing her arms in the person watching you imagined in their mind where that corner is otto. Yeah you're you're selling the illusion. And then what's your arms crossed than you take the remaining arm off the wall and you place it on your new person watching the flipping out repeat. You could do with all your walls and you could change. You can change the walls that could go across the whole rhythm as long as you are keeping your hands isolated in space while you are moving the rest of your body. It looks like they're on wall. And if you allow what the hell i'm talking about. Just go find an actual place their hands on the wall and practices that way. This is why. I'm loving now. Peter as a stand up comic to develop your timing and develop an audience you do open mic nights right. That's how you practice. You can't practice an empty room. It doesn't work that way. No do mimes do open mic nights. Would they go on like a comedy club. Is there a place with an imaginary brick wall behind the stage where you guys. There's no saying that you couldn't find a comedy club that might let you in. If they're not mine haters but go back to the nineteen seventies emmy people used to go outside on the street and yeah the park and you could actually be kind of bad and like and start. You know practicing figure it out back. Yeah that's true. Yeah you're right but now now that people the public announcement forgiving. You gotta be good to start so might find comedy club or an alternative. Probably more alternative comedy venue. That might do it but we are in the world of tiktok youtube instagram make videos get it out there and people are digging the only way to be really successful on tiktok is with baby goats but i could see where i could at baby goats be all right. Let's bring it back to the police. Training now are you going to have to be her. Burgess meredith like her mic and train. Her how physically demanding is this policy. Getting fed really probably. do you do to get. Why do a little workout regimen a couple times. A day nothing. Nothing enormous the whole goal of it is simply to build it. It's it's based on push-ups from the start. I just wanted to be able to do push. Ups yeah bala fuel-flexible do yoga for instance. I don't do yoga. And by the way it's banned in some alabama schools. I take on dover years i did take one for years i can kick my feet up over my head not at the same time because i can't do the same can kick a foot up over my head and then the other foot up over my head. That's amazing i would love to see them somewhat flexible. You sound very flexible paula. You're clearly very physically fit and able to do lots of things with your body but if you work with what you got even if you can't get a cherry if you can move your hands you can use. It could be francis the restricted mime. Not very flexible. I wanna say whenever you've been talking through any of this stuff. I've been doing it. I love that. And i just hope somewhere in traffic right now. Someone is doing this in their car in someone else's looking at a red light yes do not do not do not drive in mind please. This has been fantastic. Yes before you go. Where can people find stuff. If you're fans wanted to learn more about me in the weird side go to buy website. Peer dot com. I have a shock with some fun products. I'm going to give your fans a ten percent discount on codename. Paula is the promo code paula. Thank you so much. This has been so much fun. It has and it was excellent. But now peter what we're gonna do is we're gonna take all the information that you've given us and we're going to run it through the old poundstone eater as we call it. Oh it's so exciting. yeah here. We go paula house. Zach ford this piano music has been so terrific. It sounded like a complete orchestra. Let alone are span. So thank you. If i could trouble you for a little background music. I'll tell you what the old pounce donator spit out. Peter daniel strauss. I can't thank you enough for instructing me on a life of mine. I think you've steered me down the right path. Which so important that. My impressionable age. I mean right now. i'm meaning on a wall. No it's a box. I met a box. How how am. I going to get our of year. Oh i'll use this rump. I'm pulling the rope pulling the rope. Boiling myself our of the box. Wait here's some stairs. I'm climbing the stairs climbing the stairs. There's a blown a beautiful yellow balloon up in the sky. I'll grab the string. I'm about to float away. Take thanks a lot better. I could've been killed. Well paula. what do you think could you do it. Could you be a mime and remember. You can't talk at on july third. I'm going to have the great pleasure of performing standup comedy in boone north carolina at the appalachian summer arts festival. Appalachian university shave for center for the performing arts. All right and on july twenty fourth. I'll be in lincoln nebraska at the lead center for the performing arts a performing standup comedy. He's pierre the mine. Thank you so much my good friend. Peter daniel strauss. This is a great reunion.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

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That's a good deal. Visit ritual dot com slash pala to start your ritual today. That's ritual dot com slash paula. For ten percent. Off your first three months. Start your ritual today bank. And we're back with peter. Daniel strauss also known as pierre the mime and well before we run ahead with all the lessons in my leader. Just want to touch on really quickly. You became kind of a nationally known. Mine thanks to the show. Practical jokers right impractical impractical jokers. Yes correct. you were a penalty. You were a punishment. I was a punishment yes. I was punishment for brian. Q quinn who had failed some effort. What what he failed in doing but He had to be punished and he hates months. So of course punishment was to be handcuffed to a mind for twenty four hours. Unbeknownst to him while he was on his way down to baltimore's lyric theatre to two sold out shows in two thousand theater. He was handcuffed to a mind. So wow is insane. I had never done anything like this. So your deliver. As a mime for twenty four hours handcuffed to this dude while being filmed not only that. But i was told by the other guys to be as knowing as possible so i really up notch and was as knowing and when he couldn't take that i would of course become a puppy and by the end of the twenty four hours Food good friends but that was a long time to not talk especially for me. Yeah midnight run said you know. I'm peter marcel. Marceau was the most famous mime right. He was very popular and very well respected. He was so popular he actually had an lp. You put out an album of. That's a riot when and why then did people start saying they hated mimes like you know mimes limes aren't like a rash miser easily avoided if you don't like so. There's no thousand years old paula. You may remember this in the seventies mime was really cool. Yes you go to a city park and you see people like oh look. There's a minus go see. The volcano was fantastic. Mine and then. There was an hour long tv. Show cold shields and yarnell. It was a mime television. Show and i think what happened. Because that's that was the height of the mind craze. And i think people suddenly realized why the fuck every watching this and they suddenly hated my but i would still argue that you could just not watch television on that channel that night and i know that back then we only had like three channels but nonetheless. It's different than if you were watching a show that you liked right so you're watching gunsmoke and all of a sudden for christ's sakes it's preempted by shields in your now. Then you'd have reason episode has been interrupted breaking news. There's a mime central park. Let's go live. that would be i was. I would see that. I feel like it just became this cool thing to say like eight mimes like really easy to insult someone who can't talk back so i think that's when it jumped the shark as i. Let's get back to my loving. I want to get back mind loving. I wanna talk about paula's training regimen paula yet. So you told us about the box the cool thing about isolating your hands that needle. Excuse me my mistake. The first plane of the box would be one-sided provocateurs if you could see me right now. I'm making sort of a a lower hip movement and then pointing to the ceiling. At first i point to me. Then i make a lower hip movement and then i point up and what that means is my my my cup my mistake so go ahead. More of a sign language thing. Isn't it yeah yeah it would normally be done silently but we're not looking at each other okay so that was a wall. Tell me how to make it into a box so okay to make a box. Well we'll make it easy. We'll just assume that it's equal walls so if it's a small box ball we have to do is just turned ninety degrees and they place their hands. If here's what you do with your hands so place your hands on the wall in front of you write. Your fingers are spray. Got it there in the same plane like an imaginary right. Poll one of your hands away from the wall. Let it relax let it go limp and then place it back exactly where it was in have. It's splat wide open splat. That's so cool. And then do the other hand relaxed pulled away from the wall and split back in the wall and now go up and down or side to side. just move your hands or relax. Flat relaxed flat relaxed flat. And then you could also change the orientation of her hands. I'm just right look at that. You have an instant wall right now if you deter. If you turn ninety degrees you could do the same thing and that wall. But here's what here's yes. Here's what you make it. Look really grab at enter the everybody but if you wanna make this look box you start with the first wall. Splat your hands around he move you move your body will beside the sides in your hands or not moving at all right and then instead of just moving to the next wall at a ninety degree take the hand that's farthest from that wall and crossing over the hand and arm. That's.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"And we're back so paula poundstone. If i may call you that please. Restrictions are loosening up. You're starting to book shows again and yet once you resumed regular performing. There's still a part of the job you're uncomfortable with is that right bounced own adam as you know. I've always loved being a stand up comic. The only part i do not like is the endless self promotion. I'm going to be at such and such a theater on blah blah blah day. Remember when you to played somewhere and they didn't even announce it they just snuck in and played a concert and thousands of people showed up. What if i just haven't found the right form of expression for my art. Like i wanted to learn my when i was in high school. What if that's it. What instead of begging people to come see me. Friday june eleven to maas art center in blacksburg virginia. I could never say one promotional word about my mind performance and step out onto a stage in front of a loving audience. Who just sense. I was going to be there and pretend to eat soup. Wow eating pretend soup paula. it's uncanny. This is gonna shock you. Are you ready. are you sitting down. Yeah we have a very special guest here who can help lead you on your silent way. Oh my gosh yes. It's time for career corner where we learned about the wide world of jobs. Would you like to be a fireman. How train engineer. Maybe you'd like to make a living as a spot. What can you do with your life. Career corner has the answer this week. Let's explore a career as a mime here to help discover if she could cut it in this stressful high stakes. World of miming is peter daniel. Strauss peter is demand behind pier the mime. He's a film and television. Actor has been ringling brothers clown and he's been featured stumping boards at the metropolitan opera and on the late show with david letterman. He's also the illustrator and co writer of meno meno pop a menopause pop up an activity book. Please welcome peter daniel strauss. Yea i come. What are the odds of you being here when we were just talking about the potential of me being a mind. How long have you been a mind. Peter i started being a mime went officially when i was twelve. That's what it started now. That would make it just shy of about a thousand years and when did you come out to your parents with that. Mom dad. are you sitting down. They didn't accept me very understand. Yeah just a quick full disclosure here. Peter was booked on the show by tony anita hall. But peter and i back in the ninety s and early us on the lower east side of manhattan performed at multiple comedy shows together. Yes which i love. We're friends from way back. Yeah were very funny man and you still are. I feel like i've lost step but you. You're a mime now. Paula go ahead. Grill my friend. Peter about miming. I'm so happy to be the reason for the two of you coming back together. I'm peter do you have formal mime training. I do like i said when i was twelve. Had i experienced studying mime. And then when you say studying what do you mean i actually. Somebody taught me the skills involved in telling stories with my body. This basically what of mine is a mine. Traditionally is silent and tells the story however complicates impotence with their body. So i learned an isolate parts of my body. And how how to. What do you mean isolate. So if you put your hand in the air they're demoting it into the air and if you were to move the rest of your body a little bit side to side but keeping your hand exactly in the same spot that would be called isolation it's sorta like a timeout for body part. Say like you you go to your room. Exactly how do you think about what you've done. Hand if your hand happens is still in the air. Now if your hand is actually in the air right now described and you're moving your body a little bit side you. This will be the beginnings of what we refer to as doing the box which is which is a minds ads. What i'm doing right now. And if you put your hand up in the air in the same plane as if it's on invisible window all spread. Is you want to add to the effect by spreading your fingers and move a little bit side sat up and down. But don't move your hands at at all my god you are doing while it's actually a wall. The box comes never realized that part of doing the box was moving the rest of your body while keeping your hands fixed in place now. That makes so much so much like it looks like. I'm in box now. Because i'm leaving my hands somewhere but moving my body. Nobody puts you in a box. Amazing all right since that is such a cool exercise by the way listeners. I know you're all with your hands in the air like me right now. Rocking side deciding your chair but are there other little steps like that little exercises like that too late other body parts. Well depending on how much of your body is. You know you're able to move. You could use every inch of yourself so you know if you're doing say these are classic The box pulling the rope poon natives. So if you're polar rope you need to have the whoever's watching you believe that you're actually holding a rope so a rope. Has it has certain properties that you want to describe silently with your body so i'm gonna do For instance i pick the robot off the ground because it's not going to speed the air. Also i'm gonna place my hands in two spots on the imaginary rope and i'm going to maintain that space between the two hands right because it's not elastic. It's a throat in making the heavy rope. Just give it some you know. Give it a little bit more little right absolutely then and then just limp or is it attached to something off a are you gonna. Are you gonna pull it. Never gonna pull it. Maybe the thing that you're pulling is resisting you to create the illusion of the resistance. Well you got to create the illusion with your body. So is this the first ever audio mime lesson by like it can keep going. I can't think of anybody ever described by bergen. Can the him on the radio drama handed this. So you're holding in the air. There's resistance on the other side and if you're gonna hold it well you're going to move some parts of your body before others. You're gonna keep your hands in place of like you debate the box now. You're my hands are wrapped around the rope. So i'm going to lean back but keep my hands in saint spot. They were so. I'm going to because they're hitting resists resistance. And then if you want to really sell it when your arms are fully extended that's when you do a little gentle poll making sure that space between your hands maintains the same all my gosh totally self right now. This.

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"daniel strauss" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"daniel strauss" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Rick tittle eighty two hundred chicken wings at yo mama's house last night now back to fatboy all right. Thank you for that and Welcome back to the show. Mr t was good Bringing the energy positively very good coming up in the next segment author. Jeremy jeremy fuchs will join us. Lines are available one. Eight hundred eight seven eight play. you know. I told you yesterday that i tried to get does coin. And both my credit cards said that there was a fraud alert. And so i'm i'm not getting into the was thinking about crypto currency. If there's no electricity then you don't have any money. I mean it exists on a server so if the power goes out your penniless but as bitcoin becomes increasingly popular and we have seen players. Say pay me and bitcoin. Well sean culkin tight. End asked the kansas city chiefs to pay his entire twenty one twenty twenty one salary in bitcoin and they cut him. This was a guy who is Undrafted out of missouri and signed a future contract and had a cup of coffee with the The chargers but he said i fully believe bitcoin is the future of finance. And i wanted to prove that. I have a real skin in this game. Not trying to make a quick buck will be converting my entire twenty one. Twenty twenty one salary to hashtag bitcoin. Well the chiefs went out. They added a tight end and blake bell and free agency. They use a fifth round. Pick on noah gray he was a tight end for two and so they already had a guy by the name of travis kelsey might a heard of them and other guy kyser and even a guy named evan bayless They did not need a sixth tight. End so He's basically a blocking tight end and a special teamer in his entire nfl career. He has two catches. So i guess we'll be waiting to see what happened. Remember it was russell. Kun that received half his sorry last season from the panthers in bitcoin. And i'm with him. Gimme half just in case. Just give me half and we'll see we'll see about the other stuff eck one eight hundred eight seven a play One eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine speaking of money and ownership group trying to buy an nba team Namely the minnesota t. wolves group featuring a rod. Alex rodriguez trying to buy it. From glenn taylor and remember we already heard some bad blood about glenn taylor already apparently lying to one former player in a ownership group but a rod had a thirty day negotiating exclusivity rights. They signed a letter on april tenth. Well no deal done. So it's over and the group originally agreed to buy the wolves along with the links. Not a golf course next the wnba minnesota team and they're going to buy both for one point. Five billion dollars with the idea that rodriguez and a guy named mark lore would become the first minority owners in the nba. and they said The ownership group would take over in the twenty twenty three twenty four season. Well the talks came and have gone other still optimism that something could get worked out because it's not like they stopped talking but as of right now nothing is on the table and considering the history taylor putting up his teams for sale in the past and ever going through with it. It's not a surprising. Turn of events. Because that player i was talking about was kevin garnett. Remember he was in volved with a group and it got really messy and there was some bad blood there and back in august taylor was an advanced talks with a guy named daniel strauss. Who's the minority of the grizz and strauss said in the end. He said he didn't want to sell the team. All right understand. So apparently this rodriguez and laura group had gotten the farthest with taylor but some roadblocks are there. I i think what it is. Is you if you want to sell the team. You sell the team. I mean if you're just putting out feelers. I think what you do there. Is you hire somebody from like forbes or maybe you just by an issue of forbes and see what's my team worth it's worth a billion whatever we threw in the nba wmba team One point one about one point five one eight hundred eight seven play more. Nba news the The new york knicks have been linked to some players in the recent past. And it's been through some potential trades but the idea of pursuing Some of these players You know. I mean if you think about right now. The knicks are the foresee. Julius randle is dominating he's an all star right now and Anyway i bring it up because the and vaguely with sports new york said that they have their eye on kyle lowry now kyle lowry who they traded tried to trade for in two thousand thirteen at grew Fell through at the last second. But he's going to be an unrestricted free agent. The raptors are moving towards the youth movement and the knicks. Wanna bring him in as their starting point guard when the rafters discussed trading larry at the deadline. He said whoever requ acquires me. I needed to your fifty million dollar deal and you wonder why it ain't get traded. He didn't get dealt. But i mean on the open market. He he might get that by its He's the godfather of one of jimmy butler children. He loves the miami heat. Apparently and the heat love him. The problem with the heat is a financial one because they would need to decline almost all of their team options and they really have to renounce all their free agent rights to get this sort of space needed for a guy. Like larry and even then they can't get twenty five million a year if his what he wants so they can do a sign and trade with the raptors but then that would trigger. They're hard cap. Miami's cap space is reliant on low cap holds on guys like duncan robinson and kendrick nunn. Who are both. Rfa's the hard cap would Prevent them from getting some of those younger players in their cap sheet. And you know the sixers the same problem. Even though they wanted to lower sign and trade they have so much money and embiid and simmons and even tobias harris. They wouldn't build fordham. But the knicks have almost limitless financial flexibility and if they renounce their free agents they would have sixty million in cap space that would allow them to easily. Give.

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