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"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"Love this podcast. Support this show through the cast support feature. It's up to you how much you give. And there's no regular commitment. Just click the link in the show description to support now and welcome to a new episode of digital coffee. And i'm your host dice. Deisler and who subscribe digital coffee on apple podcasts. Google podcasts spotify and more and please relieve a review because it does help with algorithms as well and just let me know undoing because it's always good to know i'm helping you guys and or not or whatever else i need to do to help you guys understand. Pc gaming in general and the industry but this we're talking about de stranding overwatch because overwatch is having a new holiday event. Ya play an xbox game pass on pc devotion and why. It's a really dumb controversy in itself because it's all about making fun of chinese president or dictator as we should call him because he is a dictator and evolving the mess of what cyberpunk twenty seventy seven has done. They should have done and what they can do. Better moving forward love has to do just a press this being awful to the developer because it just didn't like the marketing message really. That's really about it. Let's get on with the show and the vesper of radius is back. That's right so you warlocks can actually play it. But it actually fix them. Different general bugs as well. As fixing issue were status crystals could be used to wedge oneself between a rock and a hard place. That's an interesting bug itself but resulting guards being phased through closed doors. It's right you can be phased through doors and probably never get out so you'll never have a key to get it out so you probably would just have to restart the game anyway. Which could be annoying. Very annoying fixing issue were players could encounter a crash win. Emotes swapping while frozen. Apparently couldn't do it because being frozen does allow you to do anything. You'd have to freeze their in. Stay there coming boats. These bugs bunny fixed an issue where worlds damage impulse using the vesper of race without using their riff charge. This is resolved and may once again equipped so yea. They finally fixed it. Infix issue players could achieve. Solo follows dungeon triumphs using checkpoints. So you can be flawless in the checkpoint and be like. I'm awesome because i didn't do anything except go to. The checkpoint means bugs bunny fixing issue settings for most popular film grain and chromatic aberration would resent research it to default play between sessions on next gen.

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"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"Love this podcast. Support this show through the cast supporter feature. It's up to you how much you give. And there's no regular commitment. Just click the link in the show description to support now and welcome to new episode over digital coffee. And i'm your host brett deisler and if you could please subscribe to digital coffee on apple podcasts. Google podcasts spotify amazon music that would be great review it always helps with the rankings. But this week is only going to be about cyberpunk twenty seventy seven. That's right the aforementioned or hugely hyped game has finally come out regardless of rumors saying that it won't that it will never come out and that it's just the power of mess. I made a few hours of it. It's well you'll actually know and get to that but we'll be talking about twitch also facebook gaming black creator fund and why. That's just bad in general but let's get on with the two things are going to be talking about and going to be once again. Facebook launches black creator program and this is a social network will spend over ten million next two years to help. Black streamers help with funding mentor ship and training opportunities as well so basically gives you a whole slew of things that will only be two black people but they do realize that it's really hard to go streaming full-time that. Everybody gets go streaming fulltime and that it wants to help black owned businesses organizations or black creators because everything is about race with book corporatism as always just doesn't really make sense to me why we can't just do meritocracy where it's the best people get the best option of pay yada yada but we have to make sure that once people is over another so that people because white males are terrible and yada yada because oh i guess they said seventy eight percent over. Seventy percent of streamers are white. That happens but it's just really weird that this is all happening all of a sudden and that they say and they even confirmed that actually is pretty difficult to still full-time streaming for anybody is just you have to have well. You have to have the know how the will how and the tenacity to keep on going and find other ways of making money as well. It's just not a one time all thing it's difficult nothing is ever given to you unless you are at the right time right place right time of thing but they will be spending five million a year for this one. I did read somewhere that they're actually going to be giving a monthly stipend to the people that they choose to do this as well with mentorship programs as well so to me. It's just to me. it's just pretty awful. Why not do for everybody..

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"deisler" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"deisler" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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"deisler" Discussed on The Tattness Podcast

The Tattness Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"deisler" Discussed on The Tattness Podcast

"Graduated high school when my dad actually wanted me to go to one of the service academies initially become an officer out the bat and I just you know being a young. Ichiro kid dislike yeah. You're you're rebellious. you're like. I don't like to win that you know so i just listen to the army recruiters like hey we've got a good deal for you. I'm like okay great. Sounds good but so you start out being a helicopter mechanic for about eight years and being around pilots all the time you just get. That's why bug. And fortunately the army flight training program so i applied Fortunately got selected the started that and it was it was a fun job flying helicopters contrary to what other people think. Sound the same as narrow plains. It's not it's two totally different things. I mean when you're up in the air as kind of the same but still you know there's a lot more control to deal with dealing with three or four things at one time you gotta be a multitask. It's difficult but then once nine eleven kicked off that changed the whole landscape for everything was all training for combat situations and end up doing two tours in iraq to afghanistan. And it's you know when you come back you appreciate what the the. Us has to offer as far as the freedoms and everything else and just grateful for know for what you have. And i'm like i once i got out like after twenty three years that sit out and done it. A the time away takes a toll on you mentally physically. It's like okay. It's at think six months out from retirement. I had this thought that came through aetna on where it came from like acting. Sounds kinda cool once you get back shop a blue like that and i was like okay. So i I found a acting workshop. That was in tennessee. At the time in nashville. And so this guy's name allen deisler. He has acting workshop. He doesn't continue sleep. Used to be a full contract player on all my children from not mistaken back in the day and so he does these workshops where he helps Local talent developer skills championship ship. Mobbed like the bigger markets where they can do great wonderful things and we did a weekend workshop. Coal reads metro player with those are not cold reading okay so we did those and a like. That's when the acting bunch of the like this awesome year was onstage..

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"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"Love this podcast. Support this show through the cast supporter feature. It's up to you how much you give and there's no regular commitment. Just click the link in the show description to support now. And welcome to extra special episode of Digital Coffee and I'm your host Breadth Deisler and miss absorb you talking about Games Kong the opening night I. Guess they called it. It was on twitch today. It was interesting. There's a lot of great games actually announced and there are a lot of what..

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"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"But when you actually are one of the reasons why revenues down for the gaming industry. Are you really being beneficial friends three. Are you just being bad disrupted because there can be good. Disruptions can be bad disruptions. I tend to view epic is a bad disruption of hey we want to quote unquote chains industry 'cause quote unquote thirty percent cut is quote unquote bad. I know I did quote unquote quite a bit. But just understand. Seventy percent of revenue goes back to developers. And they're saying how terrible it is get real when it was originally in just the stores it was a less revenue cut for these developers so developers all of a sudden in two thousand nineteen two hundred. Twenty two cry them. About how terrible the revenue split is when overwhelmingly the majority of the revenues going back to the the publisher. I don't know how much is going back to the developer but that is a problem like how much is too much. How much is too little as eighty eighty better is ninety better is one hundred percent are pretty sure? Moses companies one hundred percent of revenue coming back to them that's why EA and you play and Blizzard and activision Bethesda created all their own sites. So that you get higher sound that revenue back and that's fine line but the problem is is that when epic decides take Third Party developers and publishers away from sites that I choose to buy my games from it becomes a problem because I want to go to those sites. I don't want to be told that I had to go somewhere else to get a game. That already wanted to get and then you're forcing me go to something that I don't use at all just so you can have another stat saying look how many players we have on our site even though it may main not actually be that high may be that you have this. Many people signed up this people actually using it. It'd be lower number but my point is is that customer confusion is going to be the number one problem we're going to have for the foreseeable able future. It's not gonNA be that those terrible game Sero will always be terrible games with St. There will always be terrible games. Publishers will always misfire on their games at the should have done a better job with the biggest threaten. Problem is that there's GonNa be you too many choices and consumers just want a select few. That's why they choose to go to steam some because teams the best one is because it was the only one for ten twenty years it was the only one then. Then there's more competition but it was still the best one because it innovated beyond what the other ones had but still it was the choice. Not because it was crazy raising the beginning he was awful in the beginning remembered. It not really working very well. Being very frustrating on wire had us this understand that innovation can have some bits pains. The problem is the epic brought out. That was very underdeveloped terribly. Underdeveloped said hey everybody go on ours because we're giving better revenue split and we're GonNa make you or force you gone here to buy your favorite games. Why would I wanNA go over there? What is your value proposition that you have my game? You're holding hostage my game because that's the messaging that forgiving a big and then have this news come out that the revenue was down. Because there's too many choices was one of the reasons why it's a problem and think's GonNa continue to be a problem a big figures it out and only make our figure out until it's too late also I'll have all all the stuff on the show notes. Seen you guys know exactly what I'm talking about anyways what do you think. Do you think that it's good to blame epoch to certain extent on revenue being down for the PC gaming industry. Org you'll love epic and they can you know wrong. I mean on the comments below as always. I'm your house bred Deisler and please once again subscribed to digital coffee all your favorite podcasting platform sites next week guys as has talked about what the gaming publishers have to do to be successful in pointy pointy. Have a good week later..

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"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"Hello guys will digital coffee travel addition I'm in San Francisco right now not in my normal spot do my podcast but I'm your host Brett Deisler we're still going to do this can be talking about fortnight to chapter two and we talk a little bit about my impressions of destiny too the main topic on that one as well plus Overwatch and what their new Halloween theme one is this time if it's an an F. me as well that's it's mostly so let's get on with it let's get bruin.

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"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

14:42 min | 2 years ago

"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"Hey guys welcome to a mini episode of digital coffee. That's right. I'm actually GONNA be talking about. An only talking about the call of duty controversies sees that's been surrounding called your mom warfare. Kinda give a contrarian point of view so most of you probably have either listened watched endless at the same time from youtubers mostly claiming that this is terrible. This is awful. Well not really going to do that. I'm going to do more of a business side perspective respective about why they may be doing this upset. You may be because I'm not really taking the site of Gamers con taking a different side because I don't feel like we we have that side of it really been talked about too much now whether I agree or disagree with completely different. I'm just trying to give a different point of view of it. In general we talked the loop box controversy and we're GONNA be talking about the mode controversy and I did talk about the mode last week but I really WanNa talk more in depth with this so as always I'm your host. Deisler and please always subscribe to digital coffee on all the popular podcasting platform spotify. I tunes who play music or Google podcasts apple podcasts as well deesor. Stitcher podcast won't all of them anyways. Let's get Bruin..

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"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

14:13 min | 3 years ago

"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"This week on digital kafi will be talking about. I get to review a very expensive coffee from jamaica. Even though i've never in jamaica actually got my hands on very expensive copy from jamaica findings actually good or not also gaming news. We've got some steam news. We've got some doom news. We got some maybe splinter cell news and also my initial impressions of ghost recon break point. Yes the beta just came out on thursday. I and i get my hands on and actually discuss it this time around. I was actually invited to the closed alpha and i wasn't able to actually talk about it at all. So this the time actually we'll talk about it as well pause. We'll be continuing the how to build your stream team with how to contact. Streamers is just as important just to a build it but also how to contact them as well. There's some tips that i want to show you to help you get the maximize number of people replying back a two as well as always under hosts brett deisler and this is your coffee.

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"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

07:44 min | 3 years ago

"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"Welcome to the travel episode of digital coffee gamers cafe, yes, I'm on the road in apparently. I forgot my actual Mike. So we're using the service Mike in. It's a little bad quality. I apologize but I'm here spread Deisler. And this is what we're going to be going through going to be going through hotel coffee is, though, is interesting during telco fee. Some could be good. Some can be bad. But I'll let you know what? This one is all about. And going through some gaming news with going on through the gaming industry. Then were talking a little bit about steam summer cells, which games you should get and kind of like what this was all about. I have mixed feelings about this one because there's as many deals with there are some pretty good deals, regardless also rage to review. Yes, I finished range to Irish through.

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"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

12:18 min | 3 years ago

"deisler" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"That's good. That's the sound of new brood episode of digital coffee in this week were to talk be talking about, well, social media kind of state. We're in, in two thousand nineteen laws change law things have been coming at social media in different ways as usually all bad nowadays. No one's really happy with social media. We just kinda go. Well, it's there. We gotta deal with type of things are going to be talking about that boils talking about coffee that I got it's called laughing men and snow and may not actually not be laughing joke. You don't really know all that, you know, if it's good or not. But as always, I'm your host Brett Deisler, and if you'll be so kind please be sure to subscribe to it on apple podcast Google podcasts. Spotify stitcher. Iheartradio on all them. So if you actually do that that'd be great and. You know, we could. We can help this digital coffee place become even better. But let's get on with what's going on in. Social media world. Pulse coffee, but coffee, I because it's always more important coffee is most important meal of the day, as I usually say, anyways, the laughing man is actually a really good coffee. It's really great. It's really crisp. It is probably. Something that I've actually get over and over again. Even by the name. It's new having matter this coffee, actually makes a really great coffee. Roaster should say makes really great coffee. It is so good, so smooth. So. Flavorful. But in more of a Hinchey kind of a way cities, always low and also using carry because I feel like it's a good test copies. Good. If you actually use a curate first, and then you go to the beans, which eventually try if I can find some in being form for colebrook. So that's another thing is a good cold brew. Some are some are not. It really depends. It depends on the roast broths depends on how you grind it. And how long you actually. Steep it. But anyways, I give it to thumbs up for this coffee. Be sure to pick it up, either in small form. Either your local supermarket, or Costco, actually has a big form as you ton of different coffees at Cosco as well. But yes is good is great. I actually like, laughing man. So be sure to actually pick it up. So moving on to that's right. Social media, the thing that we actually all use to either. Brander sells brand the companies are trying to create I cells brand the companies we work for aiding the you actually do you do your social media nowadays? It's an important part of well of everyday life. It kinda started off with friendster and then in Inga and those two not saying thing is actually, but friendster. Yes. France was actually kind of the first ones to showcase what social media can be, and then my space came along, and it showed how popular social media can't be an came along and showed how profitable social media, companies can actually be an we're in the state where we have the titans, which is Facebook Twitter YouTube, the litter, the kind of three titans there. And then you have a very other ones Pinterest. You got Snapchat. You have your Eltek you got your minds, yet, your parlors. You got your gab. AI you've got bit shoot as well as a an upstart. And then you have your life streaming. You've got your twitch. You've got your mixture. You've got your shout cast. You've got a ton of tools that have been kind of bread four social media. You've got your buffer. You've got your hoots. What you got your. Canvas actually create pictures for it, but they also can do various different things. You have. Plethora of tools. I mean I could probably go on it. I mean, bit leave got other types of you are all sorts to actually track where your house or going it is a lot. It is overwhelming at times, and it can be one of those things where it's like, which one do I pick what is going on with these companies, why do I feel like my privacy isn't really cared about there are a ton of issues. Unfortunately, that social media has brought up with it. And there's a ton of good things. I mean you can communicate your message to anybody if anybody will listen to it. That's another thing. And so we've kind of gotten like a, a metamorphosis of social media where it used to be broadcasting to everybody. Most people are looking to broadcast who smaller number of people, so you have kind of both of it. I do think, and eventually, I'll kind of conclusions will be that there will be more niche social media or social media platforms coming out, because niche influencers have proven to be more profitable than the big ones, and people have different likes and different tastes. And you can actually thrive as media company in those Pacific niches, and then eventually broadcast yourself out there. So let's get on with kind of what's going on Facebook, Twitter, and most of them are usually based around San Francisco. And if you don't really know. Terrence Cisco is please get out. Please look it up map look at something, but San Francisco, California, 'cause I've been born raising California far away from San Francisco. I'm actually more. Southern San Francisco's more northern. But it I, I usually dub as the dark navy blue of California. It's very liberal very progressive at wants to help everybody. But then sometimes I feel like it doesn't help anybody but you get the point. So all other policies are based around this type of leaning, because most of the majority of the population, there is very liberal. Good or bad thing. It's really up to you, and you really up to your perspective. I'm just giving you a rundown of what it is. So the problem is that people that are not liberal or progressive have kind of been. Pushed aside kind of really been taking advantage of, through all this as being to a point where they've been calling on social media companies for shadow Benham for doing things to them. They won't do the other sites. They grew the other side more than this side type of battle, and you've got to balance between two different parties or tribes because a lot of times, down days were coming more and more, tribal, like our ancestors were. So we've got different tribes go like lobbing, accusations that each other ones trying to hurt the other one's trying to get someone's livelihood destroyed the others trying to do the same thing, but not to the as big ry, and you've got this hodgepodge, nobody really listening to each other's talking to each other. So social media be more become a shouting match than. Talk. Listen talk. Listen, which is usually what communications all about -cations all about a center receiver. You send a message, the receiver takes it and the receiver kind gives back their message and vice versa. But it feels like a lot of times there's a center, and there's thousands of thousands, or millions and millions of receivers and they kind of glance over what you said, pick apart what you said, and go a ha I'm gonna give back and that's really how social media has come about to be kind of a mess in a way like when, when it was in the beginning, I'll fully mid that. I was I love social media. I don't love as much used to I still think there are good things that does. But there are there are problems to it. There are problems with our skewed perception of are skewed persona of, hey, every having a great time, but I'm not having a great time. Because I'm not posting those pictures that everybody seems to be having a great time on there are those problems there, also ton of other problems with just entrenching yourself on one side, and once you trench yourself on one side, you don't actually listen to anybody because the algorithms basically just give you what you always wanted. And there's actually I don't remember the books are really great book, about the brain how the brain functions and it kind of correlates to what social media is doing right now. So you have of two different parts of your brain one is, as says type two is really lazy, but your critical thinking side type one actually it's more emotional. If you agree with it, you won't actually question type of side in so a lot of time social media, we don't actually turn on type two, which are on type one. We see something we like unsocial, and we're like, oh, yeah, that makes sense. Course I agree with all the time. And then when tight to kind of wakes up, I guess you'd say. Only win we disagree with things. So there is this part of we aren't really train ourselves to question, what people are writing to actually research where people writing from either side of the platform, because both sides can be right and they can be wrong. And so what social media has done is basically made it more hyper, or it's just overloaded us, where type two just never turns on. It's just like I can't deal with all this. I just deal with it just go with your gut. It's basically what type one usually is always going with your gut going with your motions, and as a marketer, and also marketing people know is that the best way to market to you is to use your motions because a motion motion based decisions a lot quicker. It's a lot easier to convince you while more intellectual based decisions are harder to convince you on just a little tidbit, there may have gotten inside baseball, but I mean the research is out there for you to find that one but going back to it, the may reason why social media was so great in the past was because there was no algorithm showing you what you wanted you decide to lose. Of everything that was going on through everybody else's lives, and all the pages is you're like, oh, I like that. So you did it yourself because actually our brains are really good at kind of slected -ly going in and out of different things actually pay attention to everything. However, Facebook wanted to actually make money because this is all profit driven to their business model. So that algorithm. Actually help to make money because if you didn't pay them, you wouldn't guess much reach as if you paid them. And so that's why for the business side of is kind of sucks. If you don't pay, you know pay to play. So if you don't pay to play you don't gives many hits and be wondering why not getting as many hits because you're not paid a playing the only reason why Facebook actually did this was because of money wanted to be profitable wanted to make money. And it's the only way why they actually made these types of algorithms, 'cause they didn't actually care about the they wouldn't. And this is why other platforms have kind of a risen saying, hey we won't we don't care about your privacy. We'll we don't care about that stuff. Hey, we have a subscription type model, but there's a free one as well. So if you wanna do the subscription you can as the way we make our money. And so that's the alternative way of doing it. Because nothing.

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"deisler" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"deisler" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Sport to his beautiful bride? Michelle. This week. She underwent a major major surgery on her back. She was in surgery over four hours. And I think they slice stir in Deisler took her apartment put her back together. And I know that chance to speak with her yesterday. And she's in a lot of pain. She's got a very long-term months and months recovery, but she's been suffering from back pain for far too long. And hopefully, hopefully this very aggressive surgery will bring her some relief in make her feel is finish. She looks. You know, it's the funniest thing. I'm not gonna tell you her age. But I will tell you that she looks twenty one she's got the body not of a twenty one year old because twenty one year old women don't have this kind of definition and muscular, they're just then because they're young hadn't started packing on the pounds. Yet was she's she looks like a woman who's about twenty two to twenty five years old and yet all the while sufferings terrible terrible back. So here's to Michelle bird hoping that she feels is good as she looks after this surgery. I don't know if it's gonna it's gonna leave scars on her bikini line. I didn't I didn't have the heart to ask. But I guess couple of weeks goes by we'll I'll I'll ask her because she's the type that will tell you. It looks terrible. They cut me up. And it's all sliced as she won't even hold back on it. She just won't. All right. Well, that's one mother the mother of Tracy's children and a dear friend in a wonderful family mother of their three beautiful beautiful children. They really are the bird family could be models..

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"deisler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"deisler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"deisler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"deisler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"deisler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"deisler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"deisler" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"deisler" Discussed on Forever35

"Just leave Deisler bring my vacuum cleaner over and get my hair stuck in it. No, there is a curling won- that I've had for a few years. It's not like my favorite thing. It's not super easy to use. But it's it's fine. And at the length of my hair is now it's pretty easy for me to get a get a good wave. But it does take a little while takes almost like twenty to thirty minutes for me to do my full head of hair. And I don't have a lot of hair. It looked great. Oh, I thank you. How me about the full face of makeup to to go back to your Armand did. So I started with a benefit primer. That I love, but I just don't ever use really anymore. Because like, you know, I'm not wearing a full face of makeup the primer that I used is called the poor fashionable face primer, or if I love a pun benefits, go rate with puns. I really like this primer. I've been using it forever. And so I started there, then I put on my Armani. What does it luminous silk frowned -ation, which you know, is a great foundation. I just didn't need to be wearing it every day. But when you need a foundation to do the work. I mean, Hello Hello. You pull out the big gun then on my cheeks use the wander beauty. That like high letters to highlight or stick highlighter and and blush. Stiff I like that thing a lot. I brought it with me this week yet. It's a great. And I love the I love the shades. So I use that. Then white is a used by bare mineral primer eyelid prime. Okay. I love in eyelid primer. I think if you're gonna wear is Chateau and you're not wearing an eyelid primer. What are you doing? What are you even doing just slap on some eyelid primer? God, it's not that hard. Oh, then fighting words. Then I used a pallet. I got a few months ago, a pixie palette that I got at target. Yup. For some eye shadow. I used my urban decay liner. Indicate all get. Oh, sorry. Sorry. And then I used the old hourglass mascara that an advertiser or advertiser hourglass I suppose scare greatness Skara. And then on the old browse I use my Knicks powder. Pencil a favourite of Dory's. It is such a good pencil. It costs six fifty eight has a brush on one end. So I just kind of brushed the browse and the night filled them in where you at the convention like you're surrounded by people who are experts in the field makeup. How did you feel like we're you like this? I know this. I'm also not done. Oh my gosh. There was more. There was a Charlotte Tilbury bond girl lipstick. I apologize. It's okay for, but I I just wanted to make it clear that I was also wearing lipstick your lips were not there. They were not. I felt I felt pretty good. I was like, okay. Like, I look pretty decent. You know? I didn't feel like oh God. That I was suggesting that you should. But, you know, sometimes when you're you're Addis, you're out of makeup convenience that is you're going to see cool work. Yeah. I mean, Jackie Johnson looked amazing as a huge she has the ultimate hunting. Yes. So like, I obviously wasn't going to compete with that. But I felt like the thing that was I was more worried about was what I was going to wear the ING six and a half months pregnant. I was like, oh like I'm at the point now where I would rather wear something a little clingy. So it's like very obvious that I'm pregnant. I follow. You know, you're not tenting out. Yes. So what I ended up in was a pair of made while maternity jeans black maternity jeans..

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"deisler" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"deisler" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"How did you kind of come up with that? And what do you think made it so successful the twenty one days how did that happen? So I can't actually take credit for that. That was not my idea that was my boss's idea. That's Karl Deisler the CEO of beach body. So I created the portion control program, and and then obviously when I signed on with beach body, it was like I had created it to the best of liability to create it with the money. I had then you get beach fighter behind you. And they say will, you know, tell us all your hopes and dreams for what you would want this to be. And that's when we got to make it color coded, and and that sort of thing, and and really dive in and dial it in, and then they said to me, you're gonna create workouts that are for. Ninety-one day program. And I actually that might be the only time I had a little doubt in my head. Because he said to me we want to be able to say people can lose ten pounds in twenty one days with these fitness with these workouts and this nutrition program and the workouts. We're only thirty minutes long. And he wanted them designed that anybody could do them beginner level or somebody who'd been working out forever. That was really intimidating to me because I was like oh my God. What am I going to create that in thirty minutes? I can kick their butt, but it's easy enough that it'd beginner could do it and not easy. Meaning like, the workouts weren't going to push your endurance level, but easy, meaning the moves weren't complicated. And and then put this nutrition with it. And there was about four or five different versions of what the workout program would be. And then we finally got it refined down to what it is now. And then we went into casting are test group and running it twenty one days at a time. So. Here's the nutrition, and I was taking them through these workouts. They weren't filmed yet. So it was knee every day leading them for thirty minutes. This is this the workout. This is the nutrition this workout this in attrition answer their questions bubble, blah, and that helped us refine the program, even more. So it was really Carl's idea to make it a twenty one day program. And that came from the idea that has been proven over and over that it takes twenty one days to break a bad habit or to start a new one and our goal was to break the bad habit of being lazy or eating bad food and to create.

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