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"eric twigs" Discussed on The Productive Podcaster

The Productive Podcaster

07:14 min | 8 months ago

"eric twigs" Discussed on The Productive Podcaster

"You hear what I hear. The sound of your tribes, your audience, your people that's the sound of your nation. People who love to hear the sound of your voice as you bring your special message to them in years Berry podcasts how did you get it to them? Let us handle that we're podcast nation. We make sure they hear your voice podcast mission is a full service podcasting firm. The does all of the hard work boreal. Talent and get your message to your people just takes podcasts two, nine, two, nine, two, four, four, four, three, two. Talk to one of our south on how you can get started with your very own done podcasts or go to podcasts megyn dot com get started today. That's he od KS. NATION DOT COM for people are waiting on, you make them hear your voice. PODCASTS MSCI. Well. We're back here on the productive podcasts ter-. Did I tell you or did I tell you? Mr. Myron. Golden is nothing but the truth I am so glad he was gracious enough to join us on the show. Demand is a multimillionaire business. He's created other multimillionaires in business and we were honored to have him to be a part of the productive podcasts. Thank you myron appreciate a man. So guess what guys it is time now for pod quest pod quest. Hike with all of your loved the segment, some of you always have questions for pod question I. Appreciate you so much podcast is basically the segment will allow you podcast and our audience to ask questions from our guests and for me about podcasting about what you may be looking to do some of the issues that you may be facing. We let you bring them up on pod quest here so podcast today, it's a question for Mr Eric Twigs Eric with one of our guests and he talked about productivity. He does pipe a COUPLA. He does podcast himself and he'll he'll just pop up on on any time. He wants to go podcasts I love Eric, and he's also a graduate of Hampton University like myself would a question for Eric, and five is how do you maintain work schedule with the PODCAST? And, that's a great question. So we put it to Airi`Q. And one of Eric's answers is that You have to plan it. We have to schedule IT and I. Agree with you you have to put it down, write it on paper and stick to it yet schedule it. Of course, if you have a nine to five, you know when you have to be at your nine to five, you don't have to do a daily podcast. You don't even have to do a weekly podcast you can do a monthly podcast want to but. Of course, the more consistent you are the better. So people know it's coming once a month you better build up so that they know that once a month they wanNA listen to your podcast. If coming once a week same thing if it's coming barely you still want to promote that podcast but you have to schedule it may show your schedule your work at around your podcast and your podcast around your work you can do both. But you have to schedule a lot of people are trying to fly seat of their pants and do it, and by doing that, that's when they run into the problem I don't have time bull you have the time you just haven't made the time to do the podcast and to do the work, make the time trust me you have the time when your day your podcast does not have to be an hour long. It doesn't even have to be twenty minutes long. It could be a ten minute podcast a good friend. Shave. Brown who who's been show Shave Brown used to do a ten minute podcast. Before he became having nor he was doing a ten minute podcast every day it was building and he had people tuning in every day. So you can do the same thing I went to this to focus on together schedule and sticking to that schedule. Thank you, Eric, and thank you for the question. We appreciate that it's now time for the podcast profile. This is what we profile someone out there who's doing the dog on thing in podcasting and today we're going to showcase Amy Walker and Dr Monica Ogongo. Amy's a good friend of mine. I haven't seen her in years but hey, amy, I know you're always doing great thanks and she has a podcast now with Dr. Monica Gundel called your circle of influence check it out. Go check out your circle of influence with Amy Walker and Dr Monica Ovando. They're basically bringing in people who are centers of influence to talk to them to find out what they know and how you can blame something from them to grow yourself in business in in your professional life. So check out the PODCAST, your circle of influence with Amy Walker and Dr Monica Again Bill It's a great podcast. I. Want You guys to make sure you listen to it and support them right now it's time for one of my favorite parts. That's right. It's the give away the giveaway like to give away to a Lotta People Bear how can I get into gift why it's easier to get into? Give what? You have to subscribe to podcast and share. Of course, everybody's not gonNA GONNA get selected but we have people that do get selected and they get a prize today we are giving away those people who podcast you get this you get this you get this and hope you guys can see clearly it is the recording in progress on, you can put on your door when you're doing your pipe Catholic. Reds don't class, but you're going to get you're gonNA, get that sent to you and who is getting it today who who can I be? It is stacey shifted stacey shifted. She is getting that as well. So thank you Stacey for listening to productive podcast. Thank you for subscribing and thank you for sharing it with people because that's what you had to. Share it with people so that you too can get entered into the drawing to win a prize. Now come to one of my favorite parts of the show y'all know what it is. It is time for the productivity quote, right? The productivity quote today's quote come from Charles Caleb Colton Charles of quoted in reads time tons of great calamity and confusion have been productive for the greatest minds appears or is produced from the hottest furnace. The brightest thunderbolt is elicited from the darkest storm who read that again ties with great. Confusion have been productive for the greatest minds the purest or is produced from the hottest furnace and the brightest thunderbolt is elicited from the darkest storm from Charles Caleb Colton. What does that say to me? Well, that says to me. That, it's in those dark times is when times are rough and some of you may be experiencing some rough times right now. When you can be the most productive some of the greatest inventions, some of the greatest creations came out of. Recessions depressions dark time. Could guess what it creates voids it creates needs you can fill those voids..

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"eric twigs" Discussed on The Productive Podcaster

The Productive Podcaster

07:43 min | 9 months ago

"eric twigs" Discussed on The Productive Podcaster

"Go from recording to going live. Well again, I think just the situation and we just saw the benefit of utilizing that Facebook live tool and as we as we're talking to people you're starting to see people commenting in real time and you can interact back with them in real time and just adds another element and every now like we did a Q&A session with this business consultant. He's you know, seven years here. Yeah. So yeah people just firing in questions and it went very well and it would have been the same if we if it was just recorded in the studio. Right? Right, right. So that's good. I like that. I like that that element that you decide to change from going live to I mean from from going video to going live so that way you can get more of a a real mess with absolute a realness about it and don't get me wrong guys. If you're watching doesn't mean you have to do that. But if you also heard him say when he did it recorded, he did it as if it were a lot so long You don't have to cuz sometimes I know a lot of people think I keep messing up to keep messing up. Once again. You still want to stay human. But if you mess up you can record and do it over again. It's okay. No one's going to crucify you gave me add something to you know, what I got that from so and I started out as a professional speaker and I had a speech coach his name is Ed Tait. He's actually been on a on off the podcast and he would always tell me when you're practicing even if you mess up just keep going. Yes, even if you're in the Mirror by yourself at home and you practice you mess up just keep going and then it's just stuck with me. Yeah and see my background is from from the media. If you're if you're going to a news broadcast, you can't stop and say can we start over you gotta keep going live you gotta keep going. So I appreciate I appreciate that. So Eric tell people how they can find out about your podcast to see it or listen. However know a couple of ways you can go to Facebook page. Just type in the 30-minute hour and that'll get you right to our page we go every Monday at 7:00. We do the 30-minute our we also on Wednesdays at 6:00. We do something called the 30-minute our live on lockdown now actually where we have comedians that and that's a whole different thing there and and growing like crazy. We have comedians. We we present the lighter side of the lock down all that ready for people to laugh. I mean, we have like musicians that come on. We have a DJ who plays music but yeah, that's a different that's a second element of the 30-minute hour. So that's all Wednesdays at 6:00. But our traditional interview the guest back pocket. You every day podcast though, it's Monday. That's 7:00. And then so you can also go to the website or even an hour live.com. Sorry 3 a.m. That net and you can get to the recordings cuz we still do go to the different mobile platform apps like anchor and iTunes. That's great man. Make sure you guys check them out 30-minute our he's doing a whole franchise as you can see but but put it down or so make sure you check him out Eric. Thank you for joining me today on a productive podcaster and hey, you know nothing but love for you brother and he was in the building. All right. There you go. Have a good one man. Have a great one. Thank you song you heard the Rumblings even thought of starting your own but how everybody knows podcasting is the fastest and best way to get your message out and grow your business all at once. Hello. Everybody knows this. Nobody showed you what to do. Well podcast nation is ready to do all that be lifting for you while you just deliver your message and Grill join the nation and start your podcast today text podcast off. See you 9 to 4 for for 3 to 3 and make them hear your voice. Do You Hear What I Hear that's the sound of your tribe your audience you are people that's the sound of your nation the people who love to hear the sound of your voice as you bring your sprayer your message too damn in your very own podcast, how do you get it to them let us handle that we are podcasts nation and we make sure they hear your voice broadcast nation is a full-service off casting firm that does all the hard work for you so you can be a talent and get your message to your people just text podcast to 929-244-4323 and talk to one of our staff on how you can get started with your very own done for you podcast or just go to podcast nation.com and get started today. That's p o d k a s t Nation off. Your people are waiting on you make them and hear your voice Todd gas station. Okay, we're back with the productive podcaster. Thank you guys for hanging in there. Didn't you love that young Eric twigs and my man productivity, you know, I love that. I love talking about productivity since this is the productive podcast. I had the opportunity to be on his podcast and he has been on mine and of course, we're kind of University alums. You're going to find out I kind of love my my alumni my fellow alums as you would too. So the thing is I want to thank Eric for being a part of that. So now we come to a segment of the show. We like to call pod Quest pod Quest podcast. What is podcast pod Quest is giving you the opportunity to ask a question of one of our guests? That's right asked a question of one of our team or of me. We give all of you that opportunity. So we go to the feed we put on a question about one of the question we got today was for Jamie muskopf who was our veteran who gave our does the podcast veteran spouse has achieved the question was Jamie. Do you get pushed back from the military on interviewing the true spouses? That's a great question and I was happy to get that from James answer and she was saying that the military doesn't really push back on it because she's not doing anything. There's no military Secrets, but she's giving away. She's a talking to some of the spouses and actually page as she puts. It might be sometimes therapeutic for you know for their marriage for them to talk to somebody and it's it's a fun way of just getting it out there to people getting a message out living spouse's know. Hey, you're not alone. Yep. We're dealing with you're not alone and some of the people who are in the military they get to hear their spouses or hear someone else's spouses and let them know some things that they may want to address or talk to about a nice family and how things are going with the military as well. Because I I first of all I think Jamie's doing a great job. I love this particular topic and you'll hear me say number of times is a podcast on anything. There's a podcast on anything and Jamie does a great job with that particular podcast, which he likes to be reaching the troops and their spouses. So that's a great job. Thank you so much for doing that and thank you for the question back one podcast. We appreciate that now it's time for the podcast profile the podcast profile on the productive podcaster. And that is Andrew Wong of start-up stories and Drew War has a podcast called start-up stories..

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"eric twigs" Discussed on The Productive Podcaster

The Productive Podcaster

07:16 min | 9 months ago

"eric twigs" Discussed on The Productive Podcaster

"Made you go from recording to going live. Well again, I think just the situation and we just saw the benefit of utilizing that Facebook live tool and as we as we're talking to people you're starting to see people commenting in real time and you can interact back with them in real time and just adds another element and every now like we did a Q&A session with this business consultant. He's you know, seven years here. Yeah. So yeah people just firing in questions and it went very well and it would have been the same if we if it was just recorded in the studio. Right? Right, right. So that's good. I like that. like that element that you decide to change from going live to I mean from going video to going live so that way you can get more of a a real mess with absolute a realness about it and don't get me wrong guys. If you're watching doesn't mean you have to do that. But if you also heard him say when he did it recorded, he did it as if were a lot so long You don't have to cuz sometimes I know a lot of people think I keep messing up to keep messing up. Once again. You still want to stay human. But if you mess up you can record and do it over again. It's okay. No one's going to crucify you gave me add something to you know, what I got that from so and I started out as a professional speaker and I had a speech coach his name is Ed Tait. He's actually been on a on off the podcast and he would always tell me when you're practicing even if you mess up just keep going. Yes, even if you're in the Mirror by yourself at home and you practice you mess up just keep going and then it's just stuck with me. Yeah and see my background is from from the media. If you're if you're going to a news broadcast, you can't stop and say can we start over you gotta keep going live you gotta keep going. So I appreciate appreciate that. So Eric tell people how they can find out about your podcast to see it or listen. However know a couple of ways you can go to Facebook page. Just type in the 30-minute hour and that'll get you right to our page we go every Monday at 7:00. We do the 30-minute our we also on Wednesdays at 6:00. We do something called the 30-minute our live on lockdown now actually where we have comedians that and that's a whole different thing there and growing like crazy. We have comedians. We we present the lighter side of the lock down all that ready for people to laugh. I mean, we have like musicians that come on. We have a DJ who plays music but yeah, that's a different that's a second element of the 30-minute hour. So that's all Wednesdays at 6:00. But our traditional interview the guest back pocket. You every day podcast though, it's Monday. That's 7:00. And then so you can also go to the website or even an hour live.com. Sorry 3 a.m. That net and you can get to the recordings cuz we still do go to the different mobile platform apps like anchor and iTunes. That's great man. Make sure you guys check them out 30-minute our he's doing a whole franchise as you can see but but put it down or so make sure you check him out Eric. Thank you for joining me today on a productive podcaster and hey, you know nothing but love for you brother and he was in the building. All right. There you go. Have a good one man. Have a great one. Thank you song you heard the Rumblings even thought of starting your own but how everybody knows podcasting is the fastest and best way to get your message out and grow your business all at once. Hello. Everybody knows this. Nobody showed you what to do. Well podcast nation is ready to do all that be lifting for you while you just deliver your message and Grill join the nation and start your podcast today text podcast off. See you 9 to 4 for for 3 to 3 and make them hear your voice. Do You Hear What I that's the sound of your tribe your audience you are people that's the sound of your nation the people who love to hear the sound of your voice as you bring your sprayer message too damn in your very own podcast, how do you get it to them let us handle that we are podcasts nation and we make sure they hear your voice broadcast nation is a full-service off casting firm that does all the hard work for you so can be a talent and get your message to your people just text podcast to 929-244-4323 and talk to one of our staff on how you can get started with your very own done for you podcast or just go to podcast nation.com and get started today. That's p o d k a s t Nation off. Your people are waiting on you make them and hear your voice Todd gas station. Okay, we're back with the productive podcaster. Thank you guys for hanging in there. Didn't you love that young Eric twigs and my man productivity, you know, I love that. talking about productivity since this is the productive podcast. I had the opportunity to be on his podcast and he has been on mine and of course, we're kind of University alums. You're going to find out I kind of love my my alumni my fellow alums as you would too. So the thing is I want to thank Eric for being a part of that. So now we come to a segment of the show. We like to call pod Quest pod Quest podcast. What is podcast pod Quest is giving you the opportunity to ask a question of one our guests? That's right asked a question of one of our team or of me. We give all of you that opportunity. So we go to the feed we put on a question about one of the question we got today was for Jamie muskopf who was our veteran who gave our does the podcast veteran spouse has achieved the question was Jamie. Do you get pushed back from the military on interviewing the true spouses? That's a great question and I was happy to get that from James answer and she was saying that the military doesn't really push back on it because she's not doing anything. There's no military Secrets, but she's giving away. She's a talking to some of the spouses and actually page as she puts. It might be sometimes therapeutic for you know their marriage for them to talk somebody and it's a fun way of just getting it out there to people getting a message out living spouse's know. Hey, you're not alone. Yep. We're dealing with you're not alone and some of the people who are in the military they get to hear their spouses or hear someone else's spouses and let them know some things that they may want to address or talk to about a nice family and how things are going with the military as well. Because I first of all I think Jamie's doing a great job. I love this particular topic and you'll hear me say number of times is a podcast on anything. There's.

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"eric twigs" Discussed on The Productive Podcaster

The Productive Podcaster

07:22 min | 9 months ago

"eric twigs" Discussed on The Productive Podcaster

"Okay, everybody. Welcome back to the productive podcaster. Once again, I am dr. Barrett Matthews and I am fortunate enough to have a very very special guest know. Why is he so very special could it be because he and I went to the same college that could be one reason but let me tell you something about this gentleman I have a name is Eric Twigs now Eric is the author of a book called The discipline of now twelve practical principles to overcome procrastination. So they you know, that's near and dear to my heart. That's subject matter right there. And what he's able to do is he's able to give a blueprint to be procrastination. Now some of you are sitting there watching this going gosh, that's me with me. So you can make more money, of course beyond that you can get more business if you can be procrastination an Eric is here to help you to do that because he feels bad as Divine Purpose now, he has led organizations of 500 km, Four people in Corporate America, and he shared his message with corporations all over and associations and congregations all across the country. He's a certified life and business coach and you conducted over 28,000 coaching sessions 28,000 Hillman Executives and leaders and entrepreneurs then they moved from Billings being frustrated cuz being fulfilled now, he's also the host. This is why I wanted them here. He's the host of a podcast with I had the pleasure to be a guest on called the 30-minute our I'm telling you guys. It was a lot of fun. If you get a chance check it out. If you get a chance to be on there, that would be even more fun cuz I had a ball with Eric but I want to bring to to productive podcast but none other than Eric Twigs Uncle Eric, welcome aboard man. Hey Barrett, thank you for having me on your show. It's really an honor man. It's an honor to have your brother said I don't have you now. I want you to talk a person off. Your book about tell us about you. But what what prompted you to write a book on getting over procrastination? Well, it just so critical. So the book is the discipline of now twelve practical principles wage overcome procrastination. So in all of my work, I've noticed, you know, like you mentioned I've had 28,000 coaching sessions supervise all these people you're going to have someone that gets good results and then you're going to have someone that get great results. And here's what I found is interesting is that a lot of cases. They have a simular know how level then they know a lot of the same things off, but I feel that the difference between the good and the great the great they just have this uncanny Habit to do what they need to do whether they feel like it or not. So I wanted to put a tool in people's hands that can help them go from good to great and really become aware of those things that trigger them to procrastinate so they can move forward with the dog. One of now that's great. One of my mentors he puts it in a simple term. He said the reason people don't do things because they just don't want to be in the great ones. There's something they just do it whether they feel like they're not they do it. And and that's the thing. I I agree with you a hundred percent on that. That's interesting. So tell me how the book done so often it's it's twelve chapters. It's a hundred pages. I wanted to make it, you know an easy read. So just mean I know of someone's got a procrastination issue. They don't want they don't want to read War and Peace it went something that simple to digest and the book is is got exercises. Oh affections to help you to be like, for example, when I talk about creating a vision is a couple of different exercises that I have in the book to help you wish that so it's meant to be interactive. But the bottom line is when you're done reading it you'll become aware of all those thoughts. Is that trigger you and you'll be able to put a plan in place to move forward now, you have a great podcast a 30-minute our was the book something that prompted you to do the podcast or the dog had cast prompt you to the book. Well not had the book first, but I was just looking at other ways to get the message out and I just happened to be the CEO friend of mine that you met Ted feels. Yeah, we would always talk. You know what we have to find a way work together. You're doing great things. Like I'm doing great things we have to work together and we literally sat out of the Starbucks wage and came up with the idea for starting a podcast and we came up with the name the 30-minute our I'm sure you're not the first one to have a meeting at Starbucks and have it turned in this so I won't be the last time you were better the blood that's right. Exactly exactly. So as far as the podcast, how did you come up with the format? Well, we we say that it's not your everyday podcast. And so one of the things with the book I've interviewed all the time on various podcasts and I listen to different projects gas and I noticed that a lot of them didn't have the personal humor element, right? Yeah, you bring the guests on you talk to them. We definitely left. Right? Right. Right, right. So that's one of the things that we wanted to make it. So Ted now, we have a great relationship, you know, as far as we're friends. Yeah, and that comes across on the podcast. So it's it's a mixed bag. It's a mix of humor. It's entertaining but we also make a point to throw in content that people can take away. Oh you do wanted to make it different from all the other podcasts are out there, and that's what you have to do. And if you're going to do a podcast if you're going to any type of broadcast any type of Any type of way to get your content out. You're going to have to make it something that people don't say. Oh, it's just like this one or just like that one. So that's good that you do that. I want to know how you come up with the name. The 30-minute. Our home was interesting. We were going our original name was going to be shooting from the hip right because we didn't want it to come across and so scripted and so she like every other podcast but then we were dead or alive shooting going on during that time. So we may want to think about that name. You have the wrong audience. We ended up deciding on the 30-minute hour is because like a funny thing is most people think that the interview is 30 minutes in most cases. It's an hour, but we we wanted to feel like it's only 30 minutes you wanted to feel like the end of the our main office ready because the entertainment the humor and then the content so that that's how we landed on the 30-minute our okay, let's let's go so when you started it what challenges did you hear me? You run into. Oh, I I have patience issues sometimes right? I like I like to see results immediately and not I'm thinking, you know, at first we need the first couple of episodes and people would tell them that these good things. So I'm I'm expecting a we have a hundred thousand followers right away, but but not seeing the same instant following I think is a challenge and I think just, you know having just we learned kind of knew this but it we were reminded of the fact that just have to stay consistent wage.

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"eric twigs" Discussed on The Productive Podcaster

The Productive Podcaster

06:50 min | 9 months ago

"eric twigs" Discussed on The Productive Podcaster

"Okay, everybody. Welcome back to the productive podcaster. Once again, I am dr. Barrett Matthews and I am fortunate enough to have a very special guest know. Why is he so very special could it be because he and I went to the same college that could be one reason but let me tell you something about this gentleman I have a name is Eric Twigs now Eric is the author of a book called The discipline of now twelve practical principles to overcome procrastination. So they you know, that's near and dear to my heart. That's subject matter right there. And what he's able to do is he's able to give a blueprint to be procrastination. Now some of you are sitting there watching this going gosh, that's me with me. So you can make more money, of course beyond that you can get more business if you can be procrastination an Eric is here to help you to do that because he feels bad as Divine Purpose now, he has led organizations of 500 km, Four people in Corporate America, and he shared his message with corporations all over and associations and congregations all across the country. He's a certified life and business coach and you conducted over 28,000 coaching sessions 28,000 Hillman Executives and leaders and entrepreneurs then they moved from Billings being frustrated cuz being fulfilled now, he's also the host. This is why I wanted them here. He's the host of a podcast with I had the pleasure to be a guest on called the 30-minute our I'm telling you guys. It was a lot of fun. If you get a chance check it out. If you get a chance to be on there, that would be even more fun cuz I had a ball with Eric but I want to bring to to productive podcast but none other than Eric Twigs Uncle Eric, welcome aboard man. Hey Barrett, thank you for having me on your show. It's really an honor man. It's an honor to have your brother said I don't have you now. I want you to talk a person off. Your book about tell us about you. But what what prompted you to write a book on getting over procrastination? Well, it just so critical. So the book is the discipline of now twelve practical principles wage overcome procrastination. So in all of my work, I've noticed, you know, like you mentioned I've had 28,000 coaching sessions supervise all these people you're going to have someone that gets good results and then you're going to have someone that get great results. And here's what I found is interesting is that a lot of cases. They have a simular know how level then they know a lot of the same things off, but I feel that the difference between the good and the great the great they just have this uncanny Habit to do what they need to do whether they feel like it or not. So I wanted to put a tool in people's hands that can help them go from good to great and really become aware of those things that trigger them to procrastinate so they can move forward with the dog. One of now that's great. One of my mentors he puts it in a simple term. He said the reason people don't do things because they just don't want to be in the great ones. There's something they just do it whether they feel like they're not they do it. And and that's the thing. I agree with you a hundred percent on that. That's interesting. So tell me how the book done so often it's twelve chapters. It's a hundred pages. I wanted to make it, you know an easy read. So just mean I know of someone's got a procrastination issue. They don't want they to read War and Peace it went something that simple to digest and the book is got exercises. Oh affections to help you to be like, for example, when I talk about creating a vision is a couple of different exercises that I have in the book to help you wish that so it's meant to be interactive. But the bottom line is when you're done reading it you'll become aware of all those thoughts. Is that trigger you and you'll be able to put a plan in place to move forward now, you have a great podcast a 30-minute our was the book something that prompted you to do the podcast or the dog had cast prompt you to the book. Well not had the book first, but I was just looking at other ways to get the message out and I just happened to be the CEO friend of mine that you met Ted feels. Yeah, we would always talk. You know what we have to find a way work together. You're doing great things. Like I'm doing great things we have to work together and we literally sat out of the Starbucks wage and came up with the idea for starting a podcast and we came up with the name the 30-minute our I'm sure you're not the first one to have a meeting at Starbucks and have it turned in this so I won't be the last time you were better the blood that's right. Exactly exactly. So as far the podcast, how did you come up with the format? Well, we say that it's not your everyday podcast. And so one of the things with the book I've interviewed all the time on various podcasts and I listen to different projects gas and I noticed that a lot of them didn't have the personal humor element, right? Yeah, you bring the guests on you talk to them. We definitely left. Right? Right. Right, right. So that's one of the things that we wanted to make it. So Ted now, we have a great relationship, you know, as far as we're friends. Yeah, and that comes across on the podcast. So it's a mixed bag. It's a mix of humor. It's entertaining but we also make a point to throw in content that people can take away. Oh you do wanted to make it different from all the other podcasts are out there, and that's what you have to do. And if you're going to do a podcast if you're going to any type of broadcast any type of Any type of way to get your content out. You're going to have make it something that people don't say. Oh, it's just like this one or just like that one. So that's good that you do that. I want to know how you come up with the name. The 30-minute. Our home was interesting. We were going our original name was going to be shooting from the hip right because we didn't want it to come across and so scripted and so she like every other podcast but then we were dead or alive shooting going on during that time. So we may want to think about that name. You have the wrong audience. We ended up deciding on the 30-minute hour is because like a funny thing is most people think that the interview is 30 minutes in most cases. It's an hour, but we wanted to feel like it's only 30 minutes you wanted to feel like the end of our main office ready because the entertainment the humor and then the content so that that's how we landed on the 30-minute our okay, let's let's go so when you started it what challenges did you hear me? You run into. Oh,.

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