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Episode 18-10 The One Where We Become The Heroes We Deserve

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

1:36:40 hr | 2 years ago

Episode 18-10 The One Where We Become The Heroes We Deserve

"The points i can't talk anymore the podcast starting oh i could talk about talking about why these words let us know they're all moving out of my mouth oh wow i a welcome to rhythm and pixels video music podcast the podcast where every week i play fallen fancy ten with nothing else pronounce that is the truth yeah it's true now i've i've seen it dries tried to stop him i've tried to save him from addiction nothing works fancy anonymous doesn't do anything he just finds more addicks the play five anti tim where it doesn't make sense just like a warehouse of of people playing final fantasy times where like emaciated controllers there's like i i i my name is jake up a been here i'm a first time visitor hi jake up yes i've played bomb betty ten going on my twentieth run through the game oh no jacob why because i love the character's environment really cool and the music is good no we mean why only twenty i'm on my thirtieth come on let's go we gotta get you asked run like the cows are just they're like yes i approve this you know you you don't know i work for square you you've never felt this good as as when you've completed you're sphere grid oh true but i that's the real high fernan just it also like i feel like by the way we we listened a video game music on this podcast and i'll generation we complain about the steer that's what we do every once in a while we talk about our favorite games and why we don't play anything else in right now i'm talking about five minutes later mr thousand in one spikes over there that game is a gym i have more to do new in that guy very much of their stuff i haven't done it pomp tanya that i know about but i'll do like boy dodging lightning bolts and one hundred times i've done that allow me beating the game you i wanna fight there's there's hidden bosses i wanna fight i thought the dark day on jet i think i fought most of them i didn't have to be never finished i wanna duty 'em i think i think if you kevin which is like the final dark hey honors something oh merge onto dealmaker bruins oh mercy but before you do that yes took the game over that's what i'm gonna tease you about start oh yeah i gotta start over his i forgot where i was i mean i can knock it too much i'm actually in you know in frustration lane with a game i a i was one of the people who did the kickstarter or bloodstain back way back i guess in twenty fifteen for four years ago i i understand end like originally i believe a kickstarter for the veto version and then that version got cancelled cancel so that's which to the switch version making this the next best thing you know it's not gonna be sixty frames per second it's not gonna be high risk high of four k definition wherever the heck we were looking at back then but it's gonna be portable employable and i'll be happy and is known as pronounced it as good as fi fantasy time i'll be blunt and i'm gonna take a lot of flack for this i think watch even though the game is likely not as good this is probably the one time i'll probably ever see i think the mighty number nine kickstarter did it better and at least for that system and i mean in regards to lay in regards to like i i was in both chicks okay in my number nine took took a lot of flack i mean a lot of flight in for good reason there's a lot of phil promises things that were said or done better does but if i go downstairs specifically the game itself like here's the game put it in your system in place right now i have no problems with that game there were there was no need for a bunch of patches the come out to correct the game i paid for it i mean it's frustrating because you waited all this time they get something in the shows up at well i do give them credit for saying you know we're gonna address it ramona fix it patches and stuff like that and it still goes to show you this is that hey this is your timetable no one told you to put the game out right now you could have waited got it right yes they're saying what a monday number nine they waited they they took they do it better and i'll admit i don't wanna give him credit for waiting in that regard because they want a little bit about the whole package like he got physical copy right yeah okay difficult packaging for games occasional case no manual card inside and as a slip cover over it that i'll still likely king onto and keep of course but i mean i'm not gonna knock that like i said i'm not even knocking the game as a whole because the actual game yeah that's so that it all as i think it kind of doesn't hold is how we got a government again it's a quivalent of like saying two things one the game give me great but if my copy is not great point dislike yet and go buy it again on another system or even up double dipping you mean there's a problem with it on the switch yes okay it's it's a matter of is problematic in a way where it can be fixed through patches but in the meantime it's it's a deeper knowing like i'd rather have them just say were not releasing the cart the game yet until we get it right yeah that's that's happened when i got celeste when it came out on the ps four and there were some glitches definitely broke the game halfway through and like all people like didn't get to that but like i was right there and it was just i couldn't backtrack i couldn't do anything the game which is crashing stop sounds like i gotta wait like a weaker so now you say announced like yeah we fixed the bug but sony doesn't doesn't allow us to just upload and released patches immediately so there's like a whole process hey you know what they say the idea of whole you only make one first good first impression so you only make one person pression which means that you know you put all this hoping there's something when did you put a no product expected the come out good an it doesn't end it's interesting i i feel like software as a service you're buying the physical copy but then you put it in and immediately connects to the internet and looks were patches like this the the games were playing now are living pieces yeah constantly certainly being up there they're constantly being patched so i feel like that's part of it now and that's the thing is a double edged sword because when console developed the ability to do that me personally initially being the door wide bright eyed guy i could be sometimes i would think and that's a good thing you know again if they wanna add more content thinking just shove it in there and only the release of final mix quote unquote you know square the tourists were that palm if they wanted to to fix problems that exist in the game they could do that no problem you're not worry about mailing you're cartridge back to the company and hope they'll know you're replacing it with replaced with sticks bugs but unfortunately the downside of that is companies alert learn to fall back on that to read this could have been them against saying hey we tested this game these issues that exist rather the mail you guys this rough cut toppy will hold onto a fruit of the month picked it up yeah you're gonna be annoyed not having the game while you're ps four brother and a planet but we know that when it comes out and you'll heavy copy that is good at is the standard we want it to be so if you're you believe if they communicated more yeah you know what it's good on the ps ps four it's good on this on this system but on the switch it's not about you got yanked vox is this like a well yeah i i wrote it in so we'll just we'll just not well just not release the for everything you know even though everything's ready to go everything's righted ship you're not gonna get it so so all of these review copies and all this and that like no there's probably so much more involved with this whole this whole thing is probably investor investors and the game being you know not made it's being an international release you know it wasn't international really it's a it's it's japanese developer right yeah but i mean i know it's over here while i'm i'm saying international like did it release in japan at the same time the orange isn't it right here i i now i mean life like you talk to him right like he just said you i tell you that you're copy yeah i get what you're doing they just one game smell morning complain about later but so i wanna thank everyone who downloaded and listen to last week's episode with a legacy music our they are two very cool guys it was it was surprising how open they were talk about their history and talk about the show and about what they do and they were just really relaxed and this is a really relaxed timing and we talked for a whole bunch before we started and even afterwards a little bit like rob had to go but then brent brent is like he'll be up like all night long talking he's like you i think yeah he's like the old personnel before sleep start saying what you doing bud go to bed so that was really fun 'em we and also thanks to everybody who came out the too many games again on those two weeks ago now but it was so much fun on the i'm so sad that didn't get recordings but it was just immediately it's just i think we mitigate great impression is really really good so we have another one coming up it's called the philly podcast festival and you could see us on july twentieth a switch is a saturday between four pm and five pm at indy hall on market street which just three ninety nine market street it's called the indy hall take a sick a shared workers space i think there's some like software developers and stuff like that so i don't know what to expect about where i think were doing a phone interview after tell you about that so what we have to like schedule something we don't have to but we can and so we will i am so lost year as in like we had the interview someone for the show no no no they went interview us and they do a piece on us oh mercy that'll be fun yeah will be like oh yeah sure recalled the rhythm impactful guy we we one of them wouldn't stop yelling about the high that wouldn't stop crawling over his skin right and you otherwise wouldn't shut up about this castle mania game i even know what a castle mania is well keep listening you'll find purnell vini a well you see i said if the new hot john brunel vania town great genre it's a colonel vani met metro vania yes it was fantastic gape it would just be me running across various landscapes looking for things like me from my day to day life i gotta go to the to the walmart dungeon to pick up some labia just running errands hey it's just me running airs across the east coast but but still like a metro metro vania so you have to like get the gasoline the move the cards westchester right once you get the potato chips and you could get the double job well no no no no the pretentious provide me with the you'll keep going then i get the board game which will allow me access to the board game ten which allow me access to the informant will only hang out with people who are good at settlers of catan and then from there i'll be access to information that gets me to speak easy in south central philadelphia only provide me where she took into the back door of the bar cade in fish tank which will dangerous access to expect a specially minted token that could only be used at one arcade machine arcade in north west philadelphia ashley it'd be in that game is m k ultra in after i played it i have no idea where i've been i become strangely violent we we got a request from one listeners here about taking some hi room okay mixing of hasn't been played what do we think i don't have an intendo switch 'em sign up and played by i really enjoy corrupted the necker dancer a lot i play that alive yes so i would say if you've played the necker dancer while they're not a one to one on games you still have an impression of sense of what you will be getting from canes of high role just you know now with the delicious this elvis costello yells all the all the toys are heard it a little bit easier because oh no no the answer is pretty rough it's hard to say what i've heard in ton of experience 'cause i haven't beaten yeah but i played bits of it the script that answer it's this is rogue like yes yeah in the case of my role is not a real like however it does has broke like elements in the sense that every over world and dungeon leo is a sponsor so every time you start brand new games a new layer okay however so not just every section whereas i feel like cryptic the necker dancer even though it is challenging game the patterns don't get overly complicated early on like least at first set up floors imprint they're fairly like hey here you go whereas playing payton's viral the first like you know secret tunnel i went into had a guy who had dungeon who had attacked patterns that i didn't see necker days until the second dungeon those like whoa they're kinda hitting you with a lot of different combinations of attack patterns in complicated attacked patterns very early on so without a lot of heart containers this happening at the beginning of the game and it takes some build up right once you get more heartbreaking carter sponge all dan is yeah that was my that was how i was kind of how i got through a lot of prep of the necker the answer was such a dying because he apple i watched enemies and learn their movements because it moves moves quickly to the music then you gotta move on the beat cause the enemies moving on the b two and it's just it's challenging and if you don't you'll move around but you won't get any attack buffs or anything so you'll alternately be a sour worm on the stand on the salty floor of life were gonna start with some music so we're gonna start with the music game a recent music gain this was chosen by stephen miller listener in patron stephen miller this is from jess shapes and beats the playstation four and then intendo switch this game is awesome yesterday i did finish this one in a while most of it i have and playthrough i haven't unlock i'll be all the songs but is the artist is sabre pulse super classics super super classic on ship to producer in the track it's called close to me it's one of the boss stages and it's so good it's so good i can't i can't think of another way that a better way to start the show so this is close to me i can from just shapes and beats lottery did you win it oh yeah yeah cornell where yeah that would be a better way to start any sets where i just came from a lottery city lottery town buttery whereas day population you learn more yeah now more rush sure no no no no no i don't know man or not but not only is this year or i think so i think that was close to me those close to me from jess shapes and beach on playstation for the nintendo switch now is composed by artists sieber sieber pulse and yeah that's one of the last not the last days in the game but it's one of the last stages and the game you have to save the little frowny sad face is like a little square with the sad face on well everything in this game is squares circles anyway you are correct your tiny square being attacked by a circle yes in your dodging shapes added come at you in the form of beats yeah so shapes and beat its the shares you're title yeah sodium like there's a there's a big bad read monster in he's turning all of the little creatures in the town horrible and evil and they're trying to hit you and there's like a little sad face and he's crying in so you're trying to save tim and there's a little boat in the sad he got saved the helicopter and you see the helicopter this title is it's worth your time and feel the ending feel so good the ending is it of the story mode feels amazing it's like 'em like everything comes together and you actually get the shoot shoot back it's really fun man at the owners and the year yeah spoiler they shoot bullet well i mean like there's only one spot and it happens and it's really it feels really good you mean you it doesn't take that long but like over time i certainly so any progress offer those as rank he'll take forever could take a long time it's gone and this is one of the easier boss fights the boss visors so hard in this case the period of the normal stage is the song stages they're just like the first three or like tracks in the game i think are are all boss fights and they're so hard to swallow hard three right into the game i think is largely because when you're doing normal levels so the idea behind this game again is that you're a square square and you're just like a bullet hell sore gadget the ordinance mental health department aji mom for everything is set to the music but in stages there's like there's a checkpoint checkpoints to but i'm not much about the checkpoints that just makes that when you die easier to get back in the game quick yeah but the boss files on how checkpoints says that the checkpoint thing is a problem but i also feel like due to howard radic the boss fights and see that's the difficulty of you'll have a guy who stand their standards like okay what's he gonna do what's he gonna do and they just like grabs the floor impose it up and he does it in a in a mad at a pace where if you don't know he's doing it yeah you're not gonna react sense of pride take that he got a lot of stuff and the game is telegraphed and like once you see it again it's like oh that's right it was ashley telegraph really well but you have to see the few times so a lot of the stuff it's like the state's battles are like oh it makes sense it's very the geometry's flowing around and there's like it's it's it's just you could feel it flows with the music well enough that you could just get through this phase where the boss battles it's like it's like you're fighting against the like a like an organic thing animal and it's just it's it's unpredictable a lot of fun i really recommend a scam if you like boy how games like music games it's only like twenty bucks it's really fun it's got some great news if you like chip to and if you don't like a lot of chip tune 'em it's going to be a lot a lot of this is one of the court dance dance music on this game really like a lot of awesome music in this game is a large part of what makes this what it is because while i'll admit there are times where all play music based games in the music is not so great but the gameplay pushes me through this is one of those kids were i feel like the music is already standing up the game game is good but i don't need the game to mickey like the music right yeah because because of music as were already answered like there's there's especially if you tracks that as i kinda were grading on me a little bit because there were there were there were like heavy there were like guitar solos wiz like chip tune sounds and they kind of went a little crazy a bygone that for a while a problem when we go into you're first track you should do which probably do they do they you know since the topic of the playstation one just came up i figure i'll make my first track game that was also on the playstation one this track was submitted by our good friend sephora furrow when the game that i hate but from a part of the game that i love so i have to bring it up and that is a track titled shuffle or bookie mcgee final fantasy eight you know the one oh one composed by dope botch bernau wow oh yeah t t t h g and he he he he didn't even they were featured b e t t he's he's he's he he he he he he he he sees welcome back you're listening to shovel or from the game's final fantasy eight who posed by noble we must do in submitted by brandon in listener with his sephora this track so clarify for those who put the one guy on the planning does not know this i do not like fall investigate how old is your opinion well yeah i mean i don't like it verify the big yellow however despite that statement there are two things about this game but i do like in one of those things is laguna law laguna while early or i'm gonna pronounce slash thing in the segment of the game where you play him and his team listen that cool battle track your other thing is the game that this bad boy of attract play drawing which is triple triad something that i really wish showed up in pretty much every refile fantasy game as a you know the little mini mini game as a card game you could find cards throughout the world and then you play them in a tavern and ends 'em against the other end pc's and you could win their cards and it's it's a it's a fun game that's cool i like it did when we play like any in dc glories writes a denver do like a physical version in not exactly so square that one that one's called when when it when when it that that i got i got you went wrong game but you're on the right track plastic no so they did that that went to the game that doesn't play like triple try this and the which i know most particularly secondly what you're three what i'm saying like it's a game within a game that they made a physical thing 'cause people liked it yet yeah but i want triple triad yeah they never show one sack though so we know that there wasn't anything eight i wanna say my that's my memory a little off that final fantasy i feel like another one eighty nine of the same game differ a variation of it was like it was it was instead of triangles squares i was right cool wickets afro said yup and i tried it wasn't no he's had been fourteen so fourteen has it andy online one online get okay and then there was a a fiber quarter with a very short period time or numbers a mobile version of triple try oh neat but i will tell you this there's a game i did find that a company called level ninety nine for that old called self swords it is eighty one v one card game an eye barter specifically because it is totally trouble trite okay okay oh you haven't played this one you know there's one one we never really the only one game but it's it's pretty much trouble tried you have a bunch of cars that are devoted to different like soldier types and they have numbers around the sides triple triad he plays titled down next other tile higher number ways legible try everytime has inability for when you play something happened to the rest of the board announcing triple try had anything like that was one of the later variations of it did they'll think so see what's needed is like when i was really little my grandma had all these really old board games like in her closet and we would on my part cheesy and stuff like that but one of them was this game is called tryout try animals those like dominoes but they were triangles and they're all they're crazy sets of numbers on all sides and it reminded me of triple trat a whole lot of fun that's a large part of what makes you try fun you could like let tile title down rather card and they gave in that car would make this time flip over and then if i remember correctly some rules set tach chaining seeking to discard what's this car but the carpets these cards and just take the whole border one really good play i love that i want it back like i wasn't like the c square throws me for a loop by the way square is all about the salvage a place they loved in the pocket where three releasing games in hitting you with like these other thing and they came up with that one final fantasy trading card bell game is still out there today yeah them a there's a place in phoenix bill called gamers heaven how much of the kind of like a land computer bike gaming center and the governor little arcade and they do a lot of m a collectible card game things there and one of them is the final fancy gay people are super into the final fantasy collectible card game yeah very strange to me 'cause i never got in the collectible i love boardgames card games i never got into the whole collectible card game you know i feel like they always have like kind of shared game mechanics you know what i'm it's not into collectible card games to me could be fun if they require constant stream of investment because maybe that's what the cause if you can apply that building in general is essentially collectible card games but the difference being it's a finite number of cars and you have that home that's pretty much it versus a c cj where you get one lucky poll and you're just trouncing me every step of the way because i can't come up with a strategy the beat these sets of powerful karzai home right yeah yeah the comes less about like what i'm able to figure out right so we're gonna move onto our next song this this one comes to us from listener and patron cameron warmer i think you cameron this is the track from steam world heist which he says is one of his favorite games a and this is a track called what we need are some heroes and this is from the the group steam powered giraffe and more information on that i'll get that later this is the game steam world's highest and the track is what we need are some heroes or a oh no no we may go away calls for a man who ran the news all the time both both gene how many there's drinks and little seats are going around a railroad job compared to all those dark and it came out shaming saw readily no memory well those things that only we grow we'll do ryan hobbs has a three and a dog kids do they they still riding mowers rolling in strong mad oh or or a a a i can say a lot of sorrow in bone dry and she goes to one more day is bush to switch to geico a rainbow leo game from all this there are a brown deer road to win robot among a cowboy fan misery very ambien breaking the law then strangely all of them are begin a man a metal they keep staying power down it's going to stay in the day bill failed hi go ahead courage outbound side and breakaway ashley you from a we believe you rose will nobody on their heart yeah it's a thrill a dark day right here on their own controlling congress struggle sean struck a new day a that was what we needed some heroes from steam world heist performed by the group steam powered giraffe and that is isabella bennett's david michael bennett brian barber in steve nicorette chelsea pontiac camille pen yak and michael reid and whole cast of robotic character's that look crazy 'em that's really cool they had like a whole so the group has like a whole like persona dale dress up as these these characters and they all have deep back stories on their website which he pronounced hey kevin so this game this ban rather see if i drafted the perfect fit i feel for a game in the steam world series in particular in this case steam or high because were those who are not familiar with the steam world games there are series of games not just one they all take place within they shared universe where a budget humanoid robots exist on the plant there no human they're just robot and they lives in a sort of wild west dean punkish environments nasty world big game which involved just digging deep into the soil offered cool minerals and or what charles me results and learning about the law civilization then they're steamrolled heist which is this game where you are pretty much robots in space sailing across the cosmo's there's like i can't remember the the oldest 'cause i i watched i watched you play some of this one it's it's almost like a strategy like term strategy yes it's a term base tutti strategy game where the majority of the game play involves gunplay you fired a gun at targets across the screen what bullets british it so a lot of the game play a ball schmidt cutting a trick shot make both bell stealing into a drum in the back of her robots neck and that does a critical damage in its is a gem of a gay look really satisfying satisfying i'm gonna tell you right now if i hadn't been dominant put it on extra hard mode beaten up by now but i think i look o'clock but i think the gamers like twenty hours the curse of hard medford pronounces it that's the one you know the deal i'm up to i mean i like i said fifteen twenty hours in this game but i i feel like the game itself or normal difficulties take that long but we have to like baby the second half of the second third of the game so it's but i i but even with that stated i wholeheartedly recommend the game because when i do well in i really enjoy when i'm struggling at i do well i still enjoy an i love gone for the dreaded reese stars on a three ranking areas so it's not just complaining the stages it's like make sure you do all the things and then you could rank and then you move on and you're out you don't just do what you do it right and then you're super hard mode so takes hold the or not and that's you know you don't have to suffer like i do yoga suffer like ge did you go into the game softball away normal ends just walk through it and just have a black you can't just like slide past that that reference but a deep cut reference oh no no there was no reference just friends you a lot of jews again is that from you don't remember no i i totally said that unaware of at a house of the dead at the hospital to i think typing the first house of the day the first one is in the house in typing in the know because she dies and then the second one and then typing the debt willie mays on me and they're like they're like reference the character in the first game like oregon currently you just try the gameboy norval well back in has occurred depends on the game but the problem is if you get to a certain point in something we're like okay i'll put in fifteen hours of this this is where i'm at you're you're you're vested you can't start over make of those fifteen hour for wasted you have the press song yeah it's you know you can't you can't let that you can't let that control you i have control me you don't have to do it you don't i feel i feel strongly about this it's this whole like a fake investment of time you know like you're losing out on the fun the amount of funding you would be having you're losing it because you're not playing it but i will say though that there are certainly nail this formula to the letter so there's a game i'm playing now in probably forever called 'em laborat dusk sorry yes lab with the refrain covenant dusk attala that sounds really dumb but but actually going to say that's not something terrible reading over those terrible so terrible song revoking contract you're done you're done in this industry not stopping you can't you can't stop me dead yourself but a time this game the way they decided his that 'em you can play the game in the difficulty as a matter of just requesting you could say hey i'm going normal but you go to a size screen say i wanna request is game get harder in the game and say no problem here you go oh i order i like the end if you still got to hard you said you know what now i wanna go back to the light of difficulty send the gave no problem there you go hyder i love it in depending on the after the game sometimes it makes you might give you some more benefits like maybe play on a harder mode will give you more money more experience or better drops so there's incentive to deplane hard difficult is not just you know the beating my chest bit of i beat owner or difficulty is all or even just i just liked that russia challenges also you may like the rush but were award you for that too i like win games do 'em but the game i just felt myself going to easy and i'm gonna regret not going all normal i've been going back on the horse i'll just start but then with the exact opposite where the looks really are not do you draw any firm work 'em so what's you're next traffic wish it was from you know lara's refrain but you lose you posted in if you found a post it note i never lost it don't tell the market may 'em this track comes from listener chris mary ann half the ticket because it is from another very favorite game of mine recently has stellar music is called the game is called legend of heroes fails of coal steel and attract titles colt glenn the cold steel in the composer's are from the south the i guess the outcome foul come sound team coach steal steal their new metal outlet south calms down team specifically being toasted noda talk a hero lucy's would assume goes in sucky moby yama a a good a download he should be should be welcome back you're listening to the good co steel divvied battle track from the game trails of coal steel rather the legend of heroes tricycles submitted by listener chris murray composed by tosa noda talk a hero sousa stocky moma yama salcombe seventeenth so this battle track sounds good but at one point it didn't quite clicked with me as being a solid backtracked 'cause originally i was like this team's going to move key i don't feel pumped this is low key this is hard to get more of southcom getting high energy to know what it is boy for cellcom game it didn't quite registered enough guitar by the end of the first dungeon though it resonated and i was listening to it and enjoying it very much this one the repeats throughout the game or just throw out a certain area plus the whole game this is deep deep fault battled jam okay that goes down when you're watching monsters interfaces where you're brave embroider with a not a so trailer co still series from those who are listening including the submitter chris murray they series that is just phenomenal chris got into it i've been into it and i will recommend it to literally anybody who will fricken listen to me i mean any book it is one of these few games i'm serious i think that's been literally years years building this universe that you get invested into the point where you'll play a game that's a sequel to a game that came out for five years prior and they'll bring up an event that occurred in that game and you'll be able to directly represent and go oh that was the direct result of that from that game but then the best part about it is like a legacy of of characters and play some might call a legend legend alleging a but the thing about it but even if let's say for example you don't have time for trails in the sky you don't feel like going back to a retro games you wanna start with the trailer coal still gave which is the ones are currently being put on ps four stuff all the other now pronounce i want i want the real thing well that's the beauty of it you can do that while you won't necessarily get the joy of catching all those classic rappers is being brought to light you'll still enjoy the game because they design it in a way where you don't feel left out in the cold by not having been there from the scarlet like oh i know that guy ends up it's sort of like a little injured in a thing like a like a insiders reference yes i'll just say injured but it's not a joke now but with that said though i still wholeheartedly recommend playing the oh especially if you're play the trail the steele dossier lease played coal still wanting to don't just going to because while they do have a little quick catch up thing why you wanna rita catch up things for a game that is building off of his previous title and i mean it really bills on love it you don't eat when you start trail the spoiling the game proper when you start trail the coast field to you come in leveled up ready with a bunch of gear because you are literally coming in after the first game in rather than you know he did you hit you over the head with a rock and make you forget everything you did in the first game you still know all that stuff is just now you get new stuff they give you advance spain's mechanics and it's it's going cool as accurate as action rpg yeah no it's turn based but it's a field so it's not just i hate you you hit me it's i have attacked the having attack radius okay i have a tax that goldman cone shaped me you move you spend turns moving and stuff you move you guys in the position or if you cannot move the guy in a tackle missing term but ultimately very special reason placement and it's just it's so good it's a it's probably my favorite series right now yeah i mean i look back into the christmas tree to rosemary like all about it yeah like it it may be second thought people would get a guinea about fancy he's still and i'm like i i know you've been waiting you know seven years were this remake of a game that we all enjoyed here but in the meantime the franchise right over here that you could be engaging yourself where it if anything it all he's making it easier to wait oh seven you know tell me oh from percent you might get a discount discount but you might just count you know there's just this is a gym of a game i'm glad the siyam summit for this title everyone gets bonus points if you go to your local game stop and say oh man pearn sent you obviously if you did i think it'd be cool 'cause they're basically become so widespread have corporate me like who the heck is this old man i'm telling everybody by this game we don't stop so okay i guess this is gonna be great deliveries are frankly are friend chris he wasn't town yesterday oh like for one day only with his with his wife and kids anyway so we saw last night he dropped everything 'cause he's only in for one night he left this morning and we saw him and he said trail the coal steel no cause he lives in columbus and they're like yeah we had like a neighbor who knows pronounce nosy of his name's gary gary that's not true gary seems scary didn't stay that way he sort of get rabbit no yeah i don't know why seems garret listen columbus next or i'm gonna ask that not true that is not true whatever it is it's amazing it's amazing yeah there were like yeah like you go to these places and they just they just no no no it'd be alive and says you have no way of knowing gary no i don't i just know the name garret and i know he's talking about what i wanna know mentioned that before we before i forgot about it because i thought the you get a kick i'm gonna message delivered the lack of that's fair the first of the great guy also reaching about guarantee though he drives an actual with that plastic car forget it she'll do yes the other eighty the toyota eighty six or whatever the eighty six toyota corolla yeah he drives one yeah they they said like yeah in his in his i'm in the driveway there's this old school like japanese like toyota but it's covered in japanese writing and stuff and i'm like oh you just like just like scrap metal and stuff like that i think that's i think there were thomas in guy but i have to be how many garrick have old japanese cars in their driveway like ohio who's the same person who also doesn't collect collect scrapping resell i might be the girl the same thing that he just won't resell bell nissan now in a toyota toyota toyota now to drive a toyota nissan today eyesore next truck comes to us from none other than nick walker yes that nick walker this is from monster hunter three try like in like parentheses us tr i instance composed by you go komi yama and this is called cbs battle part to change maybe maybe just job bang bang bang i the bay bridge do all the paperwork our m let me just job today whoa all the world our our m you're listening to cbs battle or k k this battle part to from monster hunter three composed by you go komi yama and it's just pick by nick walker says this song is the final boss teams the main story of monster hunter try three became i spent many hours watching my brother play on the couch super enthralled with the more a nature inspired monsters getting very frustrated by his lack of skilled damn knocks them put in her brother on blast well hopefully his brother comes back with a with a vengeance much track that nick nick wasn't good at that'd be pretty but not like mazda hunter three so fun thing about that game so i thought well there's a hunger freedom unite all that on i'll go oh gosh come on you answer my questions so i but monster hunter freedom unite on the tsp 'cause it also one calling monster hunter frontier something that somebody recommended as being like hey this is a franchise you wanna get into tried it was too complicated and convoluted and just papers annoying i did not enjoy myself so i just put it right there i the game sitting on myself do enough so missouri three called masan retry was announced an end up happening was forced you west release it got two versions really that was one version that released on the intendo we you and once a week in another version that released on three ds isn't an you could pass you're safe fall between the two games so you could play on the go in plano so to me that was like this is 'cause you play equally like i'm gonna go in at home it that i know you're so what ended up doing was i bought one version and then when i later i got the we we version first and then later on i got the discounted yesterday and i ask you did you do the thing tax fall back and forth i never beat the game proper because back then what happened to me when i was convinced that this gave me the multiplayer angle to truly be quick because the game is heavily built around the idea of hunters playing in the same universe going hunting monsters together but until you really get used to the games back then there is a lot to learn and understand whether it's a matter of like going which dumped the harvest make items that are just staples quote unquote hunting seeing the crafting and all the end knowing just how to properly sharp and you get all kinds of stuff so ultimately i played it but never truly mastered it just kind of let it go on but then later game the game sort of coming out later and i got up to the plate with other people i got really bested now i think franchises britain fantastic a so the downside of the fight this boss before yeah but at the same time it'd be nice in one day they bring back the meter which the fight him again because according according to listener darrow a this is one underwater mosser's an for what i remember be third game had underwater battles with four annoying as all get out but they were still something you just got used to and you did not change is how i like how i it seems like my vision of like what the song how this on this place because originally thinking it was like in a in a forested area roads could be a summer or not but i'm imagining it yes emerged submerged for us yeah like emerged it'd be like a like so some kind of flooded half cool it's really outcome some dude basement could be could be could be but so as a result unfortunately after dr mark turner three the water battles were taken out for the same is that just stayed in a lot of people were complaining about so slower well let's see idea of like you're underwater fighting should be concerned about their oxygen levels oh my memory come up it i i'm positive yet oxygen levels underwater yeah i mean rounds and you have to worry about getting out of the water or having visited the day i did not i did i did not necessarily i can't say i really liked the odds on the worst so as a result they took it out of the game which means there's boston unless they somehow changing say he's asked me adaptable lander something either basically out of the running until they do something about that well i hope they merged temple uses just music is is i love singing i love those on this trump bells at sit in the back behind the drums it's really good trent really good thanks for sharing nick walker thank you very much gender testimonial go where did actually appreciate the fact is that what's the final one final countdown by last track is from listeners so sanctuary and unfortunately does not have a testimonial but i'm gonna say solar saying br loves this series yes he loves that ends role care from it and stuff oh yeah she loves the stuff that's her testimony i just gave they gave away the game is called at trading obviously nexus attract titles called battlefield the first campaign is pretty much like a remix of sorts from a previous century lousy gave done for next is composed by user cushier and then in the in the in the in the in the or not or the model model a little bit more about that the throw the ball down the road than than than or whatever the whole the whole the whole double download the app or go oh whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa now they don't do it all online or sometime down the road i thought that was there was a or the all right gone gone gone i arizona's news station ktar news or or a three or go to the boom boom boom boom boom boom welcome back you're listening to battlefield first campaign by using oko shiro ville apparently according to solar sanctuary use local shiro mentioned they may have gotten a razor for this but yeah she has another name another do we wanna look it up later tracking there'll be a lot of instrumentation so i'm sure maybe he did like the original competition had additional arrangements or arrangers and then you know i i don't know how many insurance he plays a lot but i forgot diminish before i forget it was when the game entering odyssey nexis which is be final at three dollars the game all the nintendo three ds in water fricking wade and go one back end something i really appreciated about this track be submitted is that this is a remake of my favorite battles theme from the french show so like regular bouncing from the franchises breaking gold soda here yes he gave it's such a good treatment you can't go wrong with this is pure shredding andy it makes me kinda feel bad but i haven't put my copy and yet because i got a place spring probably my heart mood initially there the beauty of it the whole game at heart show is if you had hacking get out of my secret i'm always on it's always a nightmare mode vernay it's always hard much nightmare mode yeah it's always a nightmare god this is so good i'm really loving this year i love i love the keyboard shredding i love the guitar shredding i love that starts with that really heavy but didn't in in in in in in in in a setting for all the sword shredding you'll be doing the short tracks probably really intense this is really cool and then there's this little midway section where it's just gets real happy with that but then on the keyboard like to me lebanon that's trina odyssey nexus even for what little i know about it is the perfect example of a love letter to fans of a long running steer this game is an stolas sanctuaries athlete in the chat so if i'm wrong she could totally correct but they actually brought back a variety of player classes from all the games and the franchise put them in the one game game some tweaks and to bob so they almost feel new but they're also also revisit they revives somerville dungeon concepts oh very cool so it's almost like any best hit a tree in odyssey intertwined into a new plot in a way that like if you've been playing any of the gain this is almost a no brainer purchase free it's like those episodes of tv shows like where they're all sitting around the country remember that try you fell down the stairs and everyone laughed about it we couldn't find where the laughter was coming from but we just gotta assume the house's hornet left the back end of the show the flashback that's what this is not a flashback of new game play with only chaos i wrote i just sort of rewatching a community and there's one season they do it with a couple of times those episodes where they all flashback onto like memories of like member that class that we had all these flashback scenes that never happened in the show so like they're all thinking about all the crazy outfits that the dean war but like like all these scenes a curb but none of the scenes actually happened in previous episodes just random stuff they came up with all remember that day that we all get angry at each other but then we all made up any end angry so it's it's yeah it's it's i like it that reminds me of that thing i like about the show not too many shows do that though yeah scribe i like when they do when they had good memories dan harmon thing you know he's probably the the writing on the writers in the show to him or he doesn't like that to add a whole episode where they were being assaulted by parasite to create fake memories to burrow under your brain income up in existing you're world is this big character they came out with like remember that time we were in this amusement park we had fun and everybody's hanging out and it's like unrelated care just happened to be there will be like yeah wasn't but guys is like yeah you were there the whole time were shoe but if i remember we started a podcast twenty years ago yeah random pixels and blips blitz just sit there like hey guys you wanna talk about video games i'm gonna turn this track down and we're gonna get to the part of the show we like to call the bonus round boat bonus round yes vote in favor of a bonus round over bonus round is the part of the show where we play covers and remixes in arrangements on today's theme answer my bonus round track i wanna share something with you that's right so i became obsessed with tracking down this old mix cd that say got released in nineteen ninety six called club saturn is when the saturn first got released and they knew they had to reach a new market of kids kids who were listening to the new dance music that could just that was kind of like this is like the house music trance musicals just becoming like and then jungle and german base was just becoming a thing so they they networked at all of these underground labels in uk and they came up with all and they gave in samples from the games mhm so there's a there's a virtual cop game a track is a track of a fighting vipers not striking vipers funding represent it is a really bad threegame but there's a there's a lot of fighting wherever they represent something i'll tell you so i have to old old school i mean this is nineteen ninety six jungle remixes of two games so i think i'm gonna this one because i know you love baku baku animal i do so this is i mean like it who knows baku baku animal anymore it's like this is this is beyond this is beyond 'em like deep cut like this is the deepest of cuts but this game baku baku that gang it goes back yeah so baku bucket goes back young artist on this is called dream team in day go way way back to the origins of jungle so this is baku baku remixed by dream team on that was released on the nineteen ninety six a compilation and then also how they are on a twelve inch released to the truck on it 'em called club saturn which became go he told 1 will continue into twenty nineteen to ten to fifteen to thirteen to ten ten wins wins news time three twenty and keep in touch i i don't know if that's the case keeping keeping keeping p p payments complete no talk why that was baku baku german base mix from dream team from v a say go released compilation club saturn saturday this way like say all that knew that play shonda spot the different samples i caught like three of i think they only had like three or four samples but they really are will throw man like sound drops of a pop here the most is we composer own track they're all animals will go jungle they're saying why all right there's some really there's there's there's really good night's remixes on there there's a really good daytona remix like probably the best in a sonic signed three makes sign three subsonic city it wasn't long saturn saturday was sonic are sonic three blast sonic three buys that's it that's what i was just terrible yeah but the musicals cool other news good yeah yeah so it's i to play with the not so bad is just so was sunny some more like a game of flicky that's not good not some of the music 'em is very like early mid mid to late nineties sounding like you would hear like in the matrix tricks the movie the matrix it's it's really good i like it a lot it really it really this really puts me back really puts it back in high school so right on it hasn't shown in the jungle back in the jungle all right so what's you're you're a bonus track so my bonus track also comes from wickets after all they track that came really unexpected by me yeah i'm sure as if you didn't think it wasn't a picket says this this is a jam poppin and and i shut up shut up shut you're pie hole that never was said by any human ever at all a any way any pants 'em this is they track from a trade album dedicated to the game series armored core track title is called morning thinker as in like not i'm a morning thinking about morning sinker because that's the way it's written so i don't know in a are looking at from the notes here is that it was originally posed by co host shino end the bulk up performed by diaz binging it's really good rangers called another soundscape will have more information when we get back a wicked separate gave us some some information about how the track was created in in in what what's really going on here so let's listen to multiple people all over the place independence day on michigan avenue may told somebody told me on the show before and been turned i don't think people should be on man get out on my shoe addressed next man i think a good time to make some big man thank god ray get out of a job man on the face of the banks have not addressed may may on my my brain around on a stick may thing and break down or not saying scouting saying what i'm saying i'm saying i think seattle same same same god thank thank god thank god thanks thank god thank god oh thank god thank god thank god i think the same thing on brag about a month ago they say that on let's say you go on the break down on the job they made an admission on the same guy on the brakes here about the amish to run out address it head on stage and on and on and on budget address shelly she gave me an illegal dumping thinking they do go down the main issue shady non bank land on the main thing i learned early on the line right now mom thing rank ghanistan on my shoe drafting may tom thank god ray get a non issue the draft me makes me think a good break get out now machine addressing matin don thanks good get a non issue adjusting mayonnaise on my pain you just listen to keep saying morning think armored core is hey remix posed by another soundscape it is fantastic track in according to what a staffer off it is a combination of a multiple multitude of tracks from across armor core of leaves at three and four yeah it's morning glow morning lemon t thinker and someone is always moving on the surface as you could pri glamour from that morning comes from to track titles in thinker is from thinker and then someone at the memorial service just kind of hanging out out there somewhere hoping someone catching the notice i love yarmuk or games do you ever get under the i have not not because of dislike but because i don't know if i i couldn't even tell you it including we well there's never got i never bought like i played mc combat games now like i liked the idea of giving the legacy arms raccoon missiles but the first one though i played was not in armored core game it was a whole nother french on to this day i feel like i played a bunch of different make comic games but none of them have been directly armor core some might have been like spiritual successors but none of them outright ban armor cool i like them a lot like there were i i got way into to them the one the last one on playstation one in the first one on playstation two which is i don't think there's a launch game and then i might have been launched it came came out right around the launch of the ps two on their lot of fun they're very difficult to control but i feel like that's part of the game is kind kind of like tank controls a little bit but all of the customization deacon due to the robots in that game is really neat and in all of the missions they put you on it's really cool this is a cool track i i wanna go back in and play some of these games rallies washing gameplay figure out where these trucks are coming from is it sounds really neat i agree yeah like i i feel like i could totally getting one of these now especially because i think i've been built up to the point where i could understand and then work with animal never the game hey my acsi review not too long ago that i had mixed feelings about but it takes elements from these kinds of games calling armored gunnar something like that where he idea was you were you were working to pay off the debt you're parents left you when they died or disappear whichever the two was left you with their robot hangar so you have struck the mac user and you're you're robotic you know assistant and then dive into old robo bruins wins to mind this hard fight other max they're like just downer zomba fighter whatever has only robot awesome that sounds so cool it is low budget those so even though the premise is cool they took shortcuts to the point where it got old fast but deep premise any early hook is cool in getting new armored parts in studying what would you guys off and i will say one thing that bugs me which i hope armor court does not do you suffer offsetting clarify for this clarify this for me if you can't win the game i'm describing the armor parts had those like more titles they weren't just like you know nitrile armor or you know mega oh lost her arms they target buster market for not i'd be fine with that would imply it's the mega buster part but it's the mark here which is better than mark one these are things worth like are you forty seven dash one okay so is arkie forty seven dash six buried in seven five z dashed beta nine i don't know because it's just a bunch of letters strung together i think armored core was similar i'm pretty sure they were only nothing while it is cool that you get these things in outfit you're up with the best stuff what'd you say that when you play games it's easy to remember stuff when they asked me have names like actual name like if the demon sort of better than be the the lizard buster is the i dunno is the friendship racer bearing the anger bracelet i don't know but i know what i'm comparing because they have easy to understand yeah you know some context right yeah yeah yeah i mean it's i dunno i guess they're going for some kind of authenticity here's something but i think it's fun by a so anyway let's yes and sagging to play more about wehrley named mechanical parts i have a whole car full of own let me try to sell a maybe i don't know what to do it went away for for more information on the bus round part of our show good rhythm in pixels dot com and we'll have links to band camp since on clouds and wherever you buy the music and support they artists i see a horde of worship i like a thanks for joining us on episode eighteen dash ten of rhythm in the pixels this is our last episode of world eighteen world nineteen is it could be anything i think it's one of the sky stages that goes vertical and if you fall down you died and i know all we world's gonna get light headed past that i'm saying i'm saying it was a good thing that we saved up all this one ups in this world that makes sense stockpiling and baby 'cause you're always yelling at me for taking her live i really do that now breaking character that yeah i do yell at you with it because it drives me fricken i'm like hey i got four stages never dying and i guess they were all my life go i just wanna keep playing don't you want me to be happy no not that expensive back because i have to get out of here well thanks everybody who is listening right now and thanks to everyone in our chat room as this was eight live recordings episode for are patriots on listeners it was a patron subscribers listener in listeners they're both of their the same thing notice if they but thank you also much i'm and if you'd like to get in contact with us you have a question for us or if you have a topic suggestion or attract suggestion please send us an email rhythm in pixels hotmail dot com and if you'd like to find more information 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arson is a good one to it's called frequency is undermining impressed start to continue you could find that on a two page shut it all over facebook in places to have some more projects coming up in the future with him in his dj up where he lives in canada so i'm really excited to get started on that work it's gonna be some fun nerdy hip hop super nerdy hip hop so also wanna thank we could suffer ozzy give us some great tracks today and also hanging out with us one fact he may well have been these first to get a hat trick on one of these episodes oh yeah we ever because i took his bonus tracks and i took the one one book shot for bogey right and then i played truck there were in our listen the truck yeah and the reason that candles because we were like we need to come up with a good closure and i'm like why couldn't decide between the track track or shuffler boogie but since we had the both cued up that truck the truck truck is like the game that me and my brother would play all the time his kids and just the way he played it performed at least it just it was it was a battle is a fight every time we played it is how he will die like watching video of it today try i'd never heard of it until they submissions came through in a while i i really did like when the every time they came out with a new way to kill this dinosaurs appeal i could never quite grass how did die because you could punch guy so why don't you just gonna punch him anyway yeah it's all about 'em points i really wanna get again you're likely not die unless you're like drunk at the controller yeah it does it does it does it harder tristan but also like we were like real little kids so if you're a little kid you'll like this game truck truck is august for kids yeah i think so anyway thank you okay impala listening to the show thank you kung fu carlito from the heroes three podcast thank you henrik scanner sin of camouflaged commodore sixty four podcast thank you michael bridgewater from the forever 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Power Up Your Resume For A Job Fair - Part 1

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

19:54 min | 2 years ago

Power Up Your Resume For A Job Fair - Part 1

"Welcome to another edition of the successful encore career being brought to you by Central Ohio Area Agency on aging nationwide insurance INA source and our our special episode sponsor the resume coach. I'm Brett Johnson longtime volunteer with implement for seniors and with me as always is executive director Carol Ben Triska. We're talking about resumes resumes resumes. They are the hardest thing for us to deal with in our job search so we wanted to do something special for our listeners. We've created a series of podcasts. We're going to talk about why resumes are important in your job search what should be included and not included on a resume and talk about accomplishment statements which are so important in creating your resume. We have a special guest today. Sheeran Hammersley Sharon is the principal coach for the resume coach where you help job seekers conduct twenty first century job searches so Sharon welcome com with us today. Thanks Carol and thanks Brett. I'm so pleased to be on this program today and I certainly hope that the tips that I give our listeners are helpful to who them in their job search. This is going to be a great program and I know you're going to give our listeners. A lot of information. Let me also mention that Sharon has been a longtime supporter and volunteer for employment for seniors as well as the Career Transition Institute here in Central Ohio. She also facilitates all of the employment for seniors career career search workshops so here's somebody we've got with us today. Who knows what she's talking about. In terms of resumes so today's podcast is going going to include the purpose of resume formatting resumes and the importance of the appearance of a resume and and lots of important tips so let's go ahead and get started. Sharon has I said resumes are the hardest thing for us to deal with and I had questioned today that I thought was <hes> very thought provoking for me. In terms of it's you know I sort of easily like oh just start talking about resumes and on and on and on but the question is why do I have to do a resume if every employer asks me to do an online application so why am I bothering what that's actually a great question Carol because you're right <hes> employers do ask you to fill out an application but guess what that application looks exactly like everybody else's application so the purpose <music> of resume actually is to help you be you in the job search than point so it's actually your our primary marketing tool and I like to think of it as what I call a help offered employers put out a help wanted ad and what most people do is. They throw a resume at it. A thoughtful applicant will take a good look look at that <hes> help wanted ad and what they will do with their resume is they will craft a help offered ad that is they will try to speak as best they can directly to the need that that employer has and how they are really the best candidate to fill that the for the <hes>. What are your unique qualifiers. What are your what is your value to that employer so if you think of it as making putting the you you in unique the unique in you that's really the purpose of the resume. That's the one thing I think that <hes> particularly leave for our mature Jobseeker's when we talk about resumes because they so often just have a list of tasks and if we talk to them about it being uh a marketing tool and sort of sound bytes about them. It's they start it start. You could kind of see the light bulb go off. They're starting to to see how they can make this about them. As opposed to just general information that's correct and actually we're going to have a whole podcast. That's going to be on accomplishments and that is the meat of how you present these qualifications and how you create a unique picture of who are in what you offer great good okay. I think formats of resumes are difficult in the. Released and they've changed a lot as well too. I think it all can depend on what job you're applying foreign such too but it does break down to two or three types of formats correct correct that is correct. <hes> the two formats that we talk about are the functional format and what. I'm going to call the combination format and now explain that in a minute the functional resume is great for anybody who is seeking to go in a different direction and that's probably a lot of people in our audience. They've done something for fifteen twenty. Maybe even more ears but they're looking to move into a new field field not necessarily what they've been doing but there are a lot of similarities in the skills and experiences that they bring to who their intended new field so functional resume presents key skills and qualifications that have been gained throughout throughout your work history so let's say that you're looking to move to <hes> nonprofit function <hes> but you fin pending sales. Now people might say well. Don't see a connection there. <hes> there's a lot of connection there in that sales involves engaging teaching people. I'm convincing them to support you. <hes> all kinds of different things and in a functional resume you break all of those skills out and present them from your past experience and show how that is going to make a <hes> an impact for that new employer employer and actually Carol that brings up a point <hes>. Don't we have a podcast on transferable skills right absolutely I was just thinking that a two and <hes> it it this also goes to the question of a resume needs some thought put into it and functional resumes really need thought put into it. You can't just throw it together. You have to have some direction may be some help. It's hard to do it by yourself and you have to have a really good command of your your skills and the <hes> functional areas that you can claim to be <hes> in your bailiwick so that you can put together could functional resume yes that's true and and definitely <hes> we do have great to great podcasts on transferable skills excellent so then the second format and this is one that you'll more commonly see out there is something that I call the combination resume and that actually has many elements elements of what we call the used to call the chronological resume. That's the one that started with objective xperience and <hes> it looked very similar more what when you see this resume format really focuses in on what you offer the employer it is actually actually it really is a marketing document so in in in this format you start with a short summary and what you we really need to include in that summary is look at what the employers asking for and make sure you include those key words okay okay. A keyword is simply something that you see repeatedly in employer ads for the type of physician that you're looking for so make sure that when you create your what I call basic resume that you include those keywords you can always tweet when you're actually submitting your application so you always want to start out with a summary and you want to include those keywords then you do want to present your work history and then education on tier activities those types of things but it always starts with a summary and then the second key piece is does your Employment History Sheeran if somebody asks you while which type should I have a functional or a combination. There are times when my feeling is that an in a job seeker meinie. Both I think that's true for functional resume. What I tell people that I work with is that at that resume needs to always go to a living breathing human being in the company that you want to work for because it doesn't really work very well in the standard a web application format but yeah <hes> I think that there are distinct advantages to having both and the more you work on this the better you'll know oh yourself and the more confident you'll be on down the road when you get to that interview stage that that's really true and I think that's one of the messages that we want to have in. All of our different PODCASTS podcast for the development of resumes is doing these steps putting a little bit of effort into the resume is not only GonNa make you a better job secrets. GonNa make. You a much better interviewee. You're going to really be able to talk to an employer about what you can do. You have a good firm understanding by having developed a good resume <hes> <hes> but let me also just step back one more second regarding both formats. Is it safe to say that. If you're doing a resume you have to have <unk> at least the combination and the functional is a potential second that would be the most obvious paths to take us great yep. Okay well the next question I always hear from clients even before they've put the first word on papers well. How long does it have to be and that is <unk> a really good and somewhat tricky question because the answer is it is defense excellently okay life so many resumes will be two pages long. You may have heard the statement out there. Oh your resume could never be more than one page long well you. You could try to cram all of your information one-page but that's probably not a good strategy so a two page resume is for a H.. Job Seeker who is is currently looking for a position that's at or above what they are currently working at or their most recent recent position and this is especially true. If you have I would say any more than ten years of experience because sure S- right out of college you you might have that one page resume but <hes> for most job seekers to try to cram enough information into a single page page either means. You'RE GONNA miss a lot of stuff or the font is going to be so small that nobody can read it right so that that's can can can can I ask to <hes> is it still common thought that when an employer is reading a resume number one they don't go through the whole thing. I they're going to give you seven seconds so of everything on this on the resume. The most important part is the first third of the first page at summary Reception also even in the second round of reading it. They may not get to the second page so what regardless of one pager to the most important stuff is still that first page the most important stuff is always page one in and in fact that top of the fall is we call it top third tired of the page right at that absolutely has to pretty much hit an employer between the eyes or they're not going to move on so yeah the one page resume resume <hes> yeah new college grads but also if you are really at a stage in your life where you WanNa take a pretty big step back and you don't want the level of responsibility that you've had and basically you're just looking for work. That's fulfilling but it doesn't take up up your entire day. <hes> you can carefully pair your resume back to one page and just present the key elements of your experience that again relate to the type of work that you want to do which may just be. Maybe you've been pretty high high level sales manager now. You just like to spend fifteen twenty hours a week. <hes> answering customer calls or something like that. There's a lot of experience there her but the employer doesn't want to see somebody that they would think would be overqualified so you need to just present the most a key elements of that experience and then you know you could explain to the employer in your cover letter which we actually aren't going to talk about at the moment but you could explain to them that it is you've made the decision to step back and therefore you're looking for a position at this level of responsibility and and you know that a lot of clients will say things like Oh. I'm not going to dumb down my resume. It going to a one page. Resume isn't dumbing it down. It's just that you are focusing on the job yet and it's the job is much lower position than what you have had before. That's okay if that's what you're looking to fulfill to that will fulfill you in your your next employment opportunity. So what you're trying to do is more focus in on just the absolute information that that employer meet not the breadth and scope of your previous positions. That's correct. I wouldn't call it dumbing down. I would actually call it. distilling there. You Go. Oh that's good. That's good thank you so. How important is the appearance of the resume. You're creating. I would say that if a person is actually presenting you resume <hes> an in person interview. It's your number one make or break. The factor if your resume does not look neat <hes> if it has tacos or any number of things you know it's just a turnoff. You'RE NOT GONNA get very far with it. So I just make a couple of suggestions about appearance your typeface. It has to be large enough to read so it's it's. It's just <hes> but it can't be fancy. I've occasionally. She come across resumes where people have the whole resumes written in script. I'm going <hes>. This is hard to read or all caps. Yet are all all cap. You can't tell what starts what stops yeah right or you know lots of bowling and underlining and this and that no it has has to be you want you you do need to maybe bold some stuff you might occasionally need to use them underlining so metallics but all of that has to be very ju justice so <hes> so then the second part of this and this kind of goes back into well how long should resume be that whole white space issue and it's kind of like goldilocks. We know when it's too hot or too cold to you. You know if if everything's crammed in you know it's it's not legible. If you have a long white space suddenly it looks a little <music> skinny. They're like maybe you're not really qualified for them position right so you you need to get that balance. What I usually recommend there's something along the lines of standard margins which is I think one edge and you may have to play with those a little bit to get everything to fit right on the page but generally only speaking standard margins <hes> whatever word or Google Docs sets up as the standard distance between lines is good. Don't try to cram stuff in but don't also space it out a lot <hes> now. Here's another thing that I get a lot of questions about. Should I use graphics or do do I need borders and my question my answer to the person who's asking about graphics is. Are you a graphic designer her because if you're a graphic designer you better use graphics for everybody else. Graphics are really not necessary or recommend it because actually when you put it in graphic. That's great real estate. That could be conveying some other information that you need read. The same is true with borders borders. Oh look really nice. They take up real estate so right now. Sometimes people also ask me a a little bit about color on resumes and I see a little bit of color might be okay just highlight a section. Maybe at the top or something like that but again you know <hes> nothing that's going to distract from the actual content of your resume what you're trying to the present and going back to the notion of being a graphic artist. If you're not a graphic artist and you can't do color well. It's better to not do any exactly Salihi. That's right and then speaking of color <hes> you're going to need some paper for hard copies eventually and what you clearly don't want to do is pink. Purple Bright Green or allow any of those things there. I think that's a mythic. <hes> has <unk> existed out there for a long time because when you send in a paper copy of your resume in the good old days <hes> somebody got the idea that if yours was hot paint maybe it was stand out in that stack exactly that that really doesn't work so what you really need to do. Is You know to go. You need go to your local office. Supplies store and you need to find the little rack of resume paper and it we'll be wide or off white or cream or one of those colors and it'll have a little heavier texture than what we would normally do but just plain white paper is absolutely fine. Yes so I I would say you're going to need to take hard copies. Interviews and I also sometimes get the question especially for <hes> Job Fairs and that type of thing well okay so I have a two page. Resume should be front backer steeple. My preference preferences actually stapled but the one thing that you have to be very sure is that your contact information is on that second p exactly so that's a great Sharon. These are wonderful tips. Thank you so much for getting US started on developing resumes. We've got lots more to go but for this podcast was wonderful circle to seventy media DOT COM.

Sheeran Hammersley Sharon Carol Ben Triska Brett Johnson Central Ohio Area Agency Central Ohio US Career Transition Institute executive director principal sales manager fifteen twenty hours seven seconds ten years
Giant Bombcast 619: The Jger Cube

Giant Bombcast

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Giant Bombcast 619: The Jger Cube

"Cast on this tuesday the twenty eighth of january two zero sugar cherry who your energy is provided by a mainstream yeah i've ever purveyor yeah i guess i guess i might as well i've never had this isn't i guess i might as well open it up and drinking on the show didn't know that yeah coke mix and energy i was wondering if we should say their name because it's they're not paying us yeah if we're gonna talk about a company yeah but that that's why you can trust this review right that they have deep pockets we should we should all right here comes is scan it is that's oh that's smells it's like is this a new thing for them yeah i think so i don't know that i've seen they've they've dabbled in her drinks that have other shit sure they own al-khanjir hijack cherries cherries coda can you argue the regular coke already kind of interesting it caffeine doesn't sued for anyone anymore it's it's the nineties we're beyond that the job this smells off before like like are they are they pitching it as a coca cola as a cola beverage with energy energy takes like yeah well yeah it says he coca cola zero sugar zero sugar cherry which is a regular coke coke zero flavor this is okay so this is just an energy variant of cherry coke caffeine red bull never say that say they only after they say they don't think they just have to say contains caffeine right yeah i don't think that's actually have to say and it's not in the nutrition facts because it's caffeine not nutrition but editor drink you're you're supposed to say advertising slogan though you're you're only supposed to say if you're saying it's could three hundred milligrams motherfucker it wasn't maybe in small print on the back isn't isn't isn't there a legal limit said something that was not the whole thing with joel one grandma over but then like that's probably all changed since eighty so yeah jolts in the drinking water now it's much much like marijuana the energy as much much more potent these days yeah turning the frogs energetic sixties oh okay oh blah buh buh bad fake in relation to the regular like zero i like cherry coke zero sometimes i'll deal with this tastes like if someone took a cherry coke zero and some raid oh the aunt yes and mix that together france now yeah it makes my tongue in the top of my mouth feel a little weird i don't vitamin b. okay that's working i don't think go for a second sip because sometimes better okay no it looks like it might be worse yeah that was decidedly edited it's very off it's very often away that like energy drinks are not usually off it's like a different type of off okay see if you had just tasted like maybe if they sprayed some raid and some off in their started i started asking if it was if it's worse than the stuff we had UPS worked here for that what was that it was a four look either four look sour thought i got excited because i thought it was the seltzer then i read the afterwards it's our right green shade slammer looks like oh yeah that color the green literally looked like plasma cooler cooler but fourteen percents onion had horrible so bad his christian name mm-hmm it's not taste like someone melted a jolly rancher bobby moore but more codeine chemical nature okay after this i'm going to go get one of these energy coq things and four loko sour and just see maybe the knitting equation is you just put them together so that wasn't the white clawed attempts somebody said it was like their attempts to compete with no seltzer but that sour is just here's a variant flavor four loko which there are many okay still never had a white david it's okay and borderline lied enjoyable to the bud light sensors stay away from those really figured it will all be the same has it compared to the metro light seltzer light seltzer over the natty lights out here because i was like sickeningly sweet it smells really good smelled really good very floral but from your elegant bouquet natty light good with a cake but okay yeah kinda anna ABC are we talking in these things not enough the four logo and yet the fourteen twelve or something with fourteen or something go ahead six that's eight it's not reading too i think not nothing no but smaller cans so i they're they're they're not talking about just buying by the case i i don't know why i was not impressed i think it's all the flavor i think i got cherries alright lime is the worst lecture is up there is up there there was a cherry cherry i feel like it's weird to do both there was a citrusy one that i liked i couldn't remember there's a grapefruit that might have been an okay yeah it was michael here to stay or we said being declared very the only one that will survive it's not it's not very last decade at this point not yet there's still last year's drink it's still the choice if they're selling them at bars allowed groups of people who are still want in like and actual dietary reasons to choose that over like a vodka soda or something something like soda in it it's like the people who will drink michelob ultra as even though they're gross in bad i mean that was me i would probably rather drink global tra than most of the white claws i guess you know it's only almost february here we have a a real opportunity to get a jump start on lockdown the seltzer figure out what the drink of this summer is going to be this summer ahead of the curve cinco it's corona rona again congratulations great all right well if the hard seltzer thing is pretty much cashed because because that's like everyone's on it got to be something else that'd be the opposite is there pendulum swing effect where people like i wanted to be full of flavor and hard as fuck texas check us out it's a it's a solid cube okay take bites out of town drunk like is it not bloody mary but if someone cut out of a watermelon and then puerto bunch of over it it's a little chewier gigantic gigantic dilatot it's no it's got to be something really like is the white cloth thing is they're extremely drinkable this needs to be a chore to eat this needs to be like kike back again great fool man with the cuba it looks just like the mortgage hugh ever done the watermelon thing where you like stick a bunch of bottles of alcohol in it uh-huh oh god what have we just do that and then make that into jello i don't know how to work with jello right yeah the end it'll eventually third burn off the alcohol don't you okay okay we need to figure out the math for this i'm excited to see see if our publishing system can deal with the special characters and yeager today later today to see how that goes barron yeager something nice something classy there was a coffee that tried which was terrible oh ooh i would like for net or do you like being being someone who can handle for net in front of people okay all right i love what a regular dried okay okay with the taste of ringling but speaking of floral gets up in the god the sinuses rick oh sure her bartenders love to watch you order entering frenette idiot exactly what they're doing yeah video games shall we discuss okay shall we buckfast let's talk back emergency bottle over there on the set the bottle at home too and yeah exactly what fast has never been around long enough to expire biracial sitting on a bottle of buckfast i gotta wait for the just the right time generally alcohol beer but like anything harder lasts for years i but i don't know what else is in that overtime all rice wine i think i'll probably be fine twenty twenty or something like that i think that's delicious yeah i had so i was sitting on three or four i was telling alaska this earlier i had three or four different things sparks like four they sold them in four can talk and i broke come out and brought some three one year which i don't really there for you we're not there maybe you might not have been there that might have been before you were there for that well you wait this is like no way long long ago this is like when do they or second year of giant bomb oh i wouldn't either yeah i guess you would have been there yeah of course it's your fourth website launched yes of yeah well we had an e three before the website launched also i think it was daddy three i think it was at first he three no we all went to that okay all right we were all there were there for the spar anyway i brought some sparks down yeah i don't know if you remember i smuggled sparks into a bar sound familiar with aku partner and i smuggled into like pre bandelier far totally remember kadogo party okay all right just so we're all on the same page so i've had it for at least that long and actually a little bit longer because because i had it from before they before they banned it and i found the last four cans of it about two months ago in a cabinet i i'd gotten rid of most of it because i like the as the years wore on even back then i remember at tasting a little bit like dirt and i was like okay this is not going to last and then i'd like few years ago it was like i have to get rid of this stuffed so not only did i find four cans one of them had somehow burst open in the decade that it sat in there and there was this painless orange sludge all all over everything in this cabinet and i i bought i thought about it i instead i went and bought i went to amazon and just said send me the fucking most murderous cleaning product you've got because i've got this sticky sludge here and they sent me stuff i was literally afraid of this big juggle lemon scented stuff that there's just so many different has matt suit to wear while i wish i was sitting here going like oh fuck i got gloves because everything wanted it was like dilute this fucking to luke this do not not do this so i had to find a spray ray bottle and mix it together and spray it on the sparks goop and then try to car like peel the sludge up i was scared i was scared of the cleaning products i was scared the sparks sludge i have not cleaned since that cabinet is now empty save for whatever isn't leftover no i got i got everything out like also it'd it'd melt that was worth a chance to combine the pre band sparks with hi-fi and you didn't take that chance yeah yeah my just showed up okay so it was legit yeah good website works i can report it is not as sponsor is gigantic scam let it that last part but also that was where all on my phone books were kept so it was like an eight year old phone book had also been cemented to this like this shelf by sparks and i'm trying to do all this without my wife walking in seeing the horror of the mess and golic what the fuck did you do in this house before i lived here yet again better yeah so yeah i need to get in there with like a paint scraper some kind of some some kind of scraper elving at this point yes yeah all i know about buckfast is that when you open the official accident actually don't know if it's official defined me bucky app which is your way to locate stores that sell buckfast yeah the closest ones in cuba no i mean the app holy oh yeah ooh app it says fast the wreck the who's juice which i think is a delightful the wreck the who's juice what else buckfast gets you fucked fast oh oh ron on the alcohol that they had to switch to plastic justic bottles avoid bar fights okay great can get a tattoo that says love to whose well anyway this coq energy concludes our discussion of video games this week thanks for joining us what we got going on super mash superman superman is that it is it's a it is okay um it's a story driven game in which a trio of characters who are operating a game store find out that they've lost their lease and they are given given an old game console takes two cartridges at once and a bunch of cartridges that i'll have genres written on them and to plug in and then yes exactly so ask you have i cartridges that are metro vania and j RPG shoot them up and i thought metro vinnie vinnie was already a few snow now right i need to look this up i've never heard of this before yeah no this is the last year it's on the epoch store if nothing else yeah i think it might just be there i don't know maybe switch seemed like this sort of thing that'd be a switch anyway the core idea is really awesome because it's like oh you're you're gonna get these cartridges you also as you complete the mashes you get cards for the characters and items that you find in those games and you can pull those kind of use those to kind of customize and do from different stone mesh stuff the games themselves have not are not super fun that's always that's the yeah intentionally usually retro multiple genre thing you can do a lot of okay but none of them are necessarily in the ass and this one is trying to do a lot of because because it has a i assume i i've not played a ton of it but i i assume you get more cartridges later on or more variants or something that is going to mix that stuff up a little bit more but even with the eight or so that you get out of the gate six or eight or however many it is like i started trying to piece together and and make different things and some of them were interesting look at it and go like oh okay yeah it's like a superficially i see the kind of metro vania aspect of this and then if i accidentally touch an enemy instead of shoot them it breaks into jared PG combat which is not especially good just the shoot 'em probably right yeah yeah it's like it's a way easier way to go then whoops i bumped into him and now i have to go through this whole turn based also all of the games operating on a timer so so like the all the goals are more or less like you've got five minutes to find seven of these things are fifty things like that's the wind condition for everything i've seen so far may change later on and so in some of those like i saw zero of the things i was trying to kill kill i mixed a shoot them up in a JR PG and became like a jar PG character with a wooden staff floating through the air like parochial style or something yeah yeah clubbing these snakes with my thing and if i bump into them it would turn into straight up like final fantasy for active time battle like meter filling looking at combat looking at the screen they're not shy about their influence absolutely not it's really clever and i it is a really cool idea like cool enough that like even though the mash up games that i've gotten have not been great they're still some part of me that wants to just like dig deeper into it to see if i find something good i did it just pull up the gamespot review would like to hear what i'm hearing is that it's what the tone of your voice says it does not get better they gave it a three okay oh now that seem harsh i'll say but i haven't also have not finished the game the genre mashes are shallow repetitive and uninteresting yeah okay a few mashups can produce amusing although short-lived results so let's just december yeah this is pretty in the uber like in game of the year production when this came out for the last few the only meaning to try it out because the concept is really cool that was my problem with that game twenty x eighteen eighteen x amount switch i think it's like you know it's an interesting idea where it's telling a story about arcade goers so you occasionally dip into these omar lodges to whatever but the nineteen eighty x one yes yeah there is also a game called nineteen that's the mega man x a mega may nineteen nineteen is a take on nineteen forty three are- vertical scrolling shooter right yeah okay yeah then of course then made from the nineties is that capcom psycho or something really spike okay all right at some point anyway it's all been done sure putting xs and your game titles g been on it for a while what is what is twenty x twenty x mega yes rogue run based east too much dude right also we're we're ready to just move on to twenty one x x now right the entirety of last century was like we're here it's time times it's time to twenty two i guess because you want your game to seem like it's happening in the future riding who wants to be thirty years in the future not me not me five minutes in the future maybe twenty minutes in the future let's talk about it now yeah yeah speaking of now yes journey journey to the savage planet ou out today now yes it is out now ben i know you've been playing some of it yeah to have dipped into it yeah let me think interesting i kind of game is it's tempting to say survival gets ten yeah yes yes it's tempting it's tempting to say it's like a survival game but it's kind of nodded has the trappings of a survival game but it's actually very linear and like hand designed okay like you do collect crafting materials that you need to cash in to buy upgrades but like still beaten on trees the upgrades no no it's not like that at all i mean it's twenty flowers and like carbon retirement and so what do you do have to farm out materials from killing enemies sometimes the most survival it's gotten is that i just got the next story upgrade and then i went what to buy it in my ship and i got there and i was like you don't have enough carbon yup so i had the unique item i needed but not enough just the generic matt's but it's not like it's not open ended it's not like i'm going to go out and craft feel like build a campfire very linear in story driven you're only really has like i i can't tell but maybe like eight to ten actual upgrades the unique unique items you crafted the pistol pretty early on and then they'll have a couple people like upgrade jetpack mo or yeah it was like a jetpack and grappling hook and kind of basic stuff and you can use a longer and stuff like that how how far have you got my check my percentage i'm i think i'm around like thirty percent completion or are you in the second like set of areas you can just got the jet pack the full jetpack okay in the quest to get that that's the one i couldn't build because i didn't have enough mass for it it's interesting to see this take on yeah pre release i didn't know much about this game but i taught people wondering where it's like you have a base in urus only like building all all this stuff but it it really is more like a i don't know i hate to say it it's more like i was totally going to say it feels sort of like a metro early on you like see some places that are very obviously you can grapple hook to also straight outta metro and it has the metric prime skinner that kind of like flip into this in writing scan an object it's going to tell you what this is like enemy it'll tell you like it sweet legitimately fairly useful scanner oh yeah i'm always gives you a tips about what to do it highlights anything that you have in scanned as like four orange and stuff that you have scanned kind of half filled in so you kind of always flip to back and forth there's there's more stuff you can search for and then they'll tell you like oh this is a this store has a crack on maybe if you had some explosive you could get back in here like i like that aspect of the game like i i like hour and a half or two hours i thought i really didn't like it very slow i played i played this at three our pre e three and it was a demo that basically started at the start of the game awhile okay yeah so i was just like man i this i don't think this is i i'm having a terrible by i about ninety minutes into it looks like i don't know if i want to keep going and then i got the grappling hook in the double john was like all right now there's something here all really think was like this is a really hard game to demo event like yes it's not just being at an event because like i said i think even playing it at home shirley thanks so time even all of that compounded with the knowledge of just like i'm i'm gonna walk away from this and if i ever choose to play this game again i'm have to start from scratch editors in the middle of so many upgrades at that point it it was only like a really bad demo and it's okay and they've got there like okay did you did you guys find the game funny any at all so that's that's the other thing is that it really wants to be a funny game and i would say i would say like maybe ten percent of the humor is landing for me i think ames for her like what a control does and then lands closer to what was that snowboarding game amped three amped three okay see i liked amp only twenty three capable of yeah a lot of like sure funny advertisements for your free food and we're going to list like it's like the whole joke because like the food that they eat is this purple synthetic goop but here's like it can tastes like parmesan cheese or freda lists like fifty things freezing lee ridiculous things that taste like kind of the whole vibe of the it made me actually i appreciate this more portland's more because the thing about like two two games that i don't necessarily find extremely funny but borderlands in your face at all times you have to listen to the characters it's everyone's screen jokes you this this is like you go back to the ship and there's an ad playing under you can just like your thing yeah it's pretty easy to ignore although they may well i don't know what the budget the game was they should've of maybe made a few more TV TV commercials because they start repeating pretty frequently what are your thirty minutes into the game you're going back to that ship lot and you've got a like a computer i i telling you what to do and she's kind of that lake i'm very upbeat and twee about the delights of committing murderer it's not terribly written like i feel like at that character is okay it's there's some genuinely reminds me of invader zim yeah it's not the same as what he twenty yeah it's like it's like it's not offensive -ly bad it's just kind of like yeah yeah yeah like it's not most for the most part it's it's kind of depression i was just like this game really wants wants to be a funny game and the premise of it was like you're you're signed up to do some exploration for the fourth best space travel company in the world so everything's kinda the budget and hacking could do some interesting stuff like you get there it's supposed to be on an uninhabited planet and you get there and there's a giant tower in the middle of it yeah and they're like what the fuck is this like there weren't supposed to be aliens here we've never met aliens before you should figure out what this is like that aspect of it is kind of intriguing like dig into it more it's a little more for its way more combat focusing on i thought it would be a dodge in fight bosses with weak points and you had to kind of combat puzzle you in that first boss boss giant crab i thought the giant crab and then i fought the one that has like tentacle bulbs and it shoots like rings a fire out that's the same one i couldn't really tell the the duck like if you're standing still the button ducts you if you're moving at dashes you instead and that boss has a tax that you have to duck and moving when you hit the what you think is the crowd is also on platforms tiny little corgi will dash into his attack instead of ducking under lots of first personal latte for pretty wonky if that is something you are opposed to this game is probably if you yeah you you've got that was what i ended up spending most of my time whether doing is like it was like oh get way way up here into these trees or whatever it was to find this item and i was like i don't see a clear path i'm just jumping up you've gotta you've gotta double that looks like it will become a triple jump and you're going to get a full jetpack can you got a grappling hook and you've got to like space out a bunch of platform jumps on we'll get you a lot further they do a good job of slowly like i don't mind first person platforming generally and it's been fine for me but if you really hate it and there's a lot of it in this game yeah like started it'd really slow and i thought i didn't like it for a while and then all of a sudden something happened there is like i'm starting to kind of enjoy this like all right the thing you actually they're not really the same kind of game but it almost reminded let me of grow home a little bit not as thing not at all in the game play because grow home is a game where you have like a really flexible tool set you can climb and grab anything and games i'm just gives you these like powerful abilities and let you find your own way and this game is one hundred percent the opposite it's like you're going to do exactly what designers want you to do i definitely a ah but but it's a similar like big fanciful colorful world full of seagulls tons of secrets in this like tons of upgrade secrets i don't know how many like the like the orange orange blob things you found tons of like you start with a small amount of health and you can only sprint for like ten seconds there's tons of like one hundred there's one hundred of these fairly well hidden collectibles that every time you get a couple of those you get more healthy salmon i saw game that i would like oh that's like funny ish was ah like every time you eat goof is just like i don't know all right you just kind of like stuffing you just like this game right yeah say that it's like your mind you're like eating the scoop and power but they're not the ten th time i did it i realized he's just smashing the on the front of his helmet there's some pretty amusing i yeah yeah i may vary like exaggerated slot yeah there's there's some decent personality too but i'm just getting into the aspect of roaming around the world looking for secrets just having fun grappling around and stuff there's something there it just takes a little while to get into it i was a little concerned it was a little too linear up obviously i knew it was going to be linear game designed world it's not like a minecraft but i just felt that there wasn't enough secrets or weird things until i got to that second s area and you start to realize like okay this place is way bigger than you think it is at first and then i probably probably don't even know the tools that i don't have that would make exploring this first area yea like if they just maybe frontloaded that starting area with a little more of the stuff you're gonna get into later interest might have made a better first impression but sort of abilities yeah sure but i think it's bad it's thirty bucks so it's not a huge commitment like it's percentage completion that's probably like a twelve hours to finish maybe like fifteen twenty hours to one hundred percent yeah online any kind of it has lasko off which we were tried yet we might try that for quick look cool yeah it's okay yeah it seems all right i'm going to try a little more just you'd do a goodly title card of like when you first get out and see that big tower and i was intrigued enough to be like i wanna know what that tower is all about just because it looks so distinct yeah the nearest yeah they do the big in world game logo stuff like that stuff i i just i hit a point where like i for the first couple of hours i was like all right i'm gonna play enough of this to do the quick look and then at some point i rolled over to you like maybe i'll just keep playing this finish it like there is something to it for sure yeah it's thirty bucks so all right how bad epic PS four and expulsion you guys got any other game i'm finding lots what's the monster tracks jesus christ i'm sick of hunting down the tracks that's all i'm doing like i'm getting further in the game aim right i'm getting cuts the ship then they're like well let's go fucking find the elder dragons again let's go fucking walk around and find tracks and it's you're saying it's repetitive it does get so this is like the third or fourth time that it breaks up the story with these things that they do not need to have this in the game by any means because it just completely stalls the action any kind of you know ford momentum that that that it gets going is born with ice porn sorry that's all but i'm playing again he's still talking about monsters they're right here does oh boy that was that was kind of a weird released last week i almost forgot about that was like my week guy i tempt came out while it's still in early access became out on steam people been it's like the pokomo killer that's an emo finally can kill these fire they won't faint other killing terry why would you kill it anyway so it's well not it had a really really rough launch because everything would break the game and then they the developers were facing huge as queues of people trying to jump in and everything but for what they have so far it's pretty neat it's it's pretty flushed out it's the there's a bunch it follows the pokemon formula like hardcore but it does a lot of neat things different than that one of the things right off the bat is instead of sending out one pokemon oh come on you send out two of your thames so there's a little bit more of a you've gotten gotten the the lingo down i know sometimes in your them cards what are the cards called though cards okay i think i think they're cool they look like they're cyber either laugh ask glad they almost look like microscope slides or something glass cards with a monster i see you finally yes yes a friend of got him tombs the p. word that was an ongoing problem friend had watch that unfinished and then send me a count of how many times i said poke them on what i meant to say tem and then it'll drinking game i mean i guess that means the temptation developers are doing a good job yeah like attracting that audience row one hundred percent i mean they got the god which one's ones which is this this is the game that has vs and this is pokemon has i vs is has s. and not TV train yes yes so it follow the same staff same stat collins just different acronyms nets yeah interviews they've said like well we're we're we're very inspired by under really really not pretending but like well let's say who else done that i mean like a digital on did you try to do that with like a bunch of different titles like anybody ever gone this like one the one though there is a there was a small indie game that came out last year recall disc creatures the kind of followed a similar format but didn't want to blow it up to the scale so far i don't see the need for it to be an emo because a lot of the interactions interactions with other folks are just see them run around the world and then like challenging someone that's in the same instance that you're in right now i haven't gone back to work per se so can you like party up with a player and go through co-ops yeah yeah the developers of said that you can go through the whole campaign co-op with another another person and i think that wants to the whole thing versus just sending one out and you know they have a full roadmap and one of the things on that list is like crews dedicated teams nice crews have ice crew battle forget talking about the three crews so you can imagine we'll just this rolling out your whole team against somebody else's yeah we were a little skittish about doing any of the cooper any any of the multiplayer stuff period about anything like the game very frail rayle anything interacting with another player apparently was most risky gotten a lot better i played up to where we got a second island okay sickly yeah different landmass from what we saw on that no that was the one we like travel to at the with airship okay thames are there more than eighty i want to say there's also they do the thing where you know there's some temptations are weaker to other thames but then they're also weaker to each other if they're the same type the digital digital digital okay all right remember that yeah the game is doing like a lot of neat things like your ten times have stamina versus like a a number of stock is a stock so that'll recharge in between battles this is very very grind e though like i wound wound up having to you know what is it thirty thirty four thirty five bucks thirty five it's very grainy which i think like the hardcore people are fans of the original pokemon games are more of a fan of like there's ESPN share if you wanna level up your temptation is you have to throw them up front or switzerland and and a lot of people want that type of stuff to take their time this whole game is kind of catered towards that more than classic hardcore hardcore hardcore pokemon audience that needs to be no bikes motherfucker there's nobody who soap i it's right now but they're in a series of dark souls vile okay so called s flask yes so that actually is a neat introduction thing this game where instead of taking your time to poke him on center equivalent or wasting a bunch of potions or revives you just slap a vial up heels the whole party and that recharges every time you go to a tem vet vets i think i forget whistle AM temporary attempts to okay temple would have been much i gotta i've got to say from what i saw on that video i think pun games a week yeah like the temptation names yeah maybe you could use a little work but the ten th time designs themselves they're pretty cute the art is not bad art a lot but i think that pokemon definitely has the edge in it's the design of the actual creatures themselves themselves are a little more exorbitant here's my question okay popular leo was attempt him would he be the like would we be divisive or would he be like far aren't away the most beloved tim one of that'd be the love to be the poster temp yeah right yeah like basically deserve it because pop leo is among wrong is is there a p q of temptation no they like flash like a bunch of the early ones that you'll see i think maybe that's you getaway for the temptation animated the ryan that right i mean that's a live action show on netflix i just i just googled most popular tempt him wh what were the i didn't i didn't find a good answer to that but the headline on vice from an hour ago did pop up the says temptation the pokemon game nintendo refused to make imply the tim dares all the ten minute for starters the game every you can catch them all the big ten and they say no we can't is not ours pocket monsters are supposed to pieces of fun and light and airy feel won't they how has this become so contentious either fuxing this one for everybody says on my favorite thing about ten times so far is popping on the discord whether or not to check the server status but just to see people exploding at each other off aw well we were just joking about people having legitimate conversations like fuck your tap tap like just like the broken exactly exactly no competitive tem tab channels and i hopped into that day one and other's throats about the viability of of these towns that have existed for twenty four hours you assholes give me some temne names i just pulled up a list we got yankee yankees he's like a gangqi okay key all right all right what do you think janki looks like the name is e. i wish chance it's like a horned electric bug electric definitely which bird you got at the beginning to way too way to weigh the two can it's not bad let's see or e planet pet platypus good plot a pet seems seems like a far fetched equivalent wally slowly swallow or what is it does appear to be a bird is a lot birds i think a lot of birds tropical island yeah we'll see appaling bun bun bun scud the chicken yes god god what are they paying concert around these parts what an interesting glitches people running into is that they're scrunch would devolve evolve into scale i think it's called yep and then it would break the game hate when that happens yeah hey what am i sketch devolve not ready for people who immediately just just start using the word scrunch earnestly incidences faced scrunched evolves boy seems very popular yeah based on like number of steam reviews and stuff like that was extremely popular i wanted to play tim tim let me say it's still the top selling game i don't know why another another distinction thinks in from mainline polka mom games that i like is your rival is a threat in this gas straight up blues away bright before you got an airship yes awesome yeah that didn't go well you were you were under healed and stuff thames he'll run territory rival rolls what's up beats you and leaves oh yeah normally in like a mainline pokemon game you if you were to lose your rival you'd faint go pokemon center and redo the scenario here here's like sorry dog up later but then they let you move on yeah which was kind of nicer than you're supposed to lose have you heard close close were healed you probably would have won had properly down his last one or two i think so you think so it is still the number one selling game on steam after a week so cute times were rough royal seem to have gotten a little better i don't open any boxes don't interact with anyone in this MO we'll see your guns in the eyes and the developers seem like they've been working around fucking clock yeah from what i can gather pretty small team based out of spain this was kick started game which i didn't realize a from a few years ago but they raised a lot of money i wonder how much of that money they spent on lawyers just going like is this okay like we're pretty sure this is okay but like look we just want you to look at this and make sure there's a song in the game that starts like the change on suck he's motherfuckers standing at the line and be like what god it's weird kind of cool though yeah yeah it's a world where like people have always had big dreams about what they thought pok mon could be on a grand scale you kinda knew even with the switch game which came out when it was all still just a dream i feel it always you always knew like it's gonna take someone else to come along right say like no we're gonna make the modern equivalent of that and isn't it yeah it's not going to be cube but it'll be if this is the hey w to the WWF afford do you think he's developers were sort of like stealing their fingers to a month or two ago watching the reaction going like oh man it's the perfect time i bet they're big enough pok mon fans fans to be also super bummed about it but definitely like there is suddenly a lot of asset pokemon system but like is that what you want your our player base to be those people like fucking angry all the time fucking making weird demands let's say it's playing with fire with that i mean that's any i feel like i get any ever now right yeah good point yeah does he's a water type to cool down the fire that's right oh you got an answer for everything yeah yes talk about yes i need to we got we got an email i just paraphrase somebody basically just sent in an email saying can you kingdom mm-hmm harsh remind me why i play this shit all right i can't i can't tell that person why they do it 'cause i can't tell myself why i do it personally okay okay so kingdom hearts three remind DLC came out last week which is supposed to square said and numerous said it's supposed to fill in the gaps of the story in three and it does some of that create a lot more in the process and then digs more holes in the process of the whole thing set in the middle of is it like this is the missing assassin's creed did that one time where it's like here's chapter six wasn't in there before it's like i'll take this it takes place before during and after all the events in multiple timelines sometimes it is inexplicable go ahead you actually bentzi the more time you spend with me the more of an expert becoming so yeah it's exactly what ben said where it takes place before the final cut scene but after like the last quarter of the game but you're also replaying that quarter of the game so even though they've added a bunch of new cut scenes you wind up they wind up recycling existing cut scenes and existing boston counter on a sec yes you end up replaying yes a chunk of actual kingdom hearts three here is it from a different perspective or sometimes you watch the exact same cut seen like when donald duck fires off the flare cycling well this cuts he was already on the disc with alex so there will be like slight differences is before that original cut scene but they'll still play it out and then some of the encounters will be the same but you will have the option to play as a different character that was in that instance so if rica with you play as rico or he could play aqua- or rock says okay but that apart is a bummer where they recycle all the stuff the part where it's like neat is that there's actually a bunch of good we'll set pieces one of them i was yelling in my room the other day and my partner was looking very concerned she had no idea how to console me but it is straight up where mickey mouse is pretty much solid snake at the end of metal gear solid four the hallway scene like mickey mouse is dying as organization thirteen ghosts are attacking him and then at the end when he finally reaches the keel they have like a father son command may moment with with sora who is like not a ghost is mickey source dad spiritual spiritually father figure i don't know but then as that was happening i was losing my shit and just complaining how dare this fucking game do this again to me yet again i'm fucking enraptured by it and i hate it i hate it so much have you finished it yes how much of it so i sat in with you for i don't know the first chunk first hour ish the game and it was almost exclusively boss fights so weird arenas that seemed semi recycled it is pretty much that the part where you are walking through an environment is just exactly the last quarter of the game it is kind of just a boss rush type of deal and it's about two and a half to three hours long just for the thirty dollars just for the remind portion of it and and then from there once you beat that you open up the limit cut which is a straight up boss rush encounters where it's a boss room but that guys you need to beat that to unlock the secrets secret ending and the secret secret boss where you've puck doc mickey mouse no you don't get the fungi no no walt disney's head in a giant mac that would never wolfenstein ended with walt disney and i apologize for the folks listening at home to have yet to beat the thirteen boss says spoiler alert you got one minute go you fight your zora and your zora was like the protagonist from the fate game that was in the toy story world that opened up the trailer eh after you beat that successfully zora it launches into a cut scene that is a one for one remake of final fantasy versus thirteen a ah trailer opening from that it is a shot for shot what's what's wow course it he had some unfinished business unfinished like data laying around us right so much salt so much it's your mountain is up okay i've had special it's the people who don't want to be spoiled so i need to hear this is going i don't know but then just nomura just has so much salt and you didn't want me to it makes game i made it anyway and then launched me into a fucking thing where it's always sunny in philadelphia episode with charlie and then i was literally with a piece of paper mapping stuff out and thinking like wait final fantasy versus thirteen to get to the secret ending get to beat thirteen bosses uh-huh and then thirteen exactly and then in the limit cut episode that's where you actually meet re meat or rec- the final fantasy characters uh-huh uh-huh and then i'm reminded in there it's right there right there in front of us also patrick olympic reminded me that there's a block mine in this game because i was dying repeatedly fuck there has to be something missing because i haven't played it since last year and the other is blocking walk in the game and i'm just reminded how well reminded how the block is a little awkward it's great i love it i hate it thirty dollars to forty dollars dollars if you want the special orchestra orchestras concert hated it in officers rats tend to be one of the best games but i hate putting fucking true ending well hang on how does that feel like it was a true ending to the kingdom hearts three story or did it feel like much of insanity tacked onto the end of the like this is the real real ending but it really is just like a bunch of garbage can be both it's both it does offer i got it offers it it closer do you do you know come out of it and go like okay is it closure for kingdom hearts three at least sure sure it closes that chapter her and what happened at the initial secret ending that played but then that sounds bad then if you're if you're paying additional money for closure sure that's usually a bad incredibly scummy to charge that much money to the fa- it's just ringing poor kingdom hearts fans who well how big march three did it did feel like man this sucks they sure did lee thing i don't know if it's become satisfied there and this is just like oh well this is technically more heartless list i think it's it's fucking shameful to spend to make people spend thirty dollars for canonical content in their game because like even if it's is not closure even if it's not putting a cap on three for the next kingdom hearts thing you don't know what's going to be relevant what's not unless you considering they've pulled into mobile games and all the other shit it's all relevant as long as it's all relevant which is makes it chilly but also what you're saying is you don't want to ever be relevant to a story oh because you can also like like you can have continuation of you can and the fact like what i was going to get to you is that it's a shitty way the player too because it's just a series of you've boss fights recycled bus it sounds regardless but i guess that's the thing is if it's if it's if it's solving if it's closing the came to march three story and you have to pay to get it that's bad unless people went into kingdom hearts three or came out of kingdom art three feeling like hey the story over nobody did that okay or like the kingdom arts three if they felt like hey this was like decent closure for this particular story left in in a place that is sensible for a video game to leave off if they leave it deliberately open ended and they're just like fucking who knows what happens and then they sell you that ending then they it's almost like the then they we really knew ahead of time that they were gonna fuck you on this whereas if like if they wrote a thing and then like decided like what if roe trending well i liked the ending we have like fuck it what am i trim like that's a little less bad right agreed trying to think of how the initial game offered for some type of closure i don't know if it's due to the world we live in now where everyone is waiting for an after credit sting that everyone is waiting for some twist at the end where may it's not an excuse that they can charge thirty to forty dollars for this but i feel like kingdom hearts fans unfortunately nationally accept it and expect it has marveled destroyed the idea of the self contained story in popular media everything nothing is nothing can be self contained anymore people always want more people wanting another thing and they always wanna be led through it there's no it's like people don't even really want mystery we all that much but i guess kmarts has plenty of that yeah like stuff that's like deliberately not explain yeah so that secret the secret boss at the end gives context and to what happens at the initial secret ending that released a month after the initial game had come out so there's that i you should take a cue from near and that game the deal let you fight the square ethics yeah yeah if you fought walt disney mega disney yeah but yeah i mean i it didn't add much more in terms of actual gameplay other than getting to play as separate characters which was cool but i mean they weren't really leveled up to your same level so sometimes it just be it would be a chore to play as them versus the sore that you've built up throughout the course of the game because we know if this is it for this game and subsequent okay another game yeah right project the mobile we'll thing does that count as an actual game yes okay to count every kingdom hearts team as a game because they find a way i made that mistake for the new bits of story where adds a little bit of context and like some flavor text it's it's a neat but thirty dollars is kind of a lot especially when you can get the base game for twenty lately well well i guess it's been a year came so he's waited and you want to get the whole package i guess it'd be close to the the price of a full game what if i didn't then that's fine get any of it that's fine great cost you zero dollars i'm gonna stick with that safely working on with your life aw i still have the power points ready guys someday i don't i'm not sure i do have to fucking update i'm not sure what will occasion the unleashing of this powerplays we'd some some day we will have a need maybe i'll trap someone in this room and talk with me about kingdom hearts or something it's going to be me sh- sean video games anybody else that's it just want to give a really quick shout out to a phone game i've been enjoying lately because they're few and far between art chiro h. e. r. it's pretty simple i mean it's like a rogue esque rogue like like forever it's like rogue rogue lights you top down character around with a fake joystick that's the only control you need when you stop moving start shooting you're getting new power ups as you play and then it has of course mobile game it has like a whole chest system which will give you a new character and stuff i just found it to be i always on the lookout for a good phone game that i can play one handed while i'm like writing the train i hear you holding holding the pole in one hand using my phone in the other steady yourself been playing a lot it's great for two point zero charro check cool cool all right now that's definitely it for video games yeah and the segment second i break we will be right back see then all right time for the news and speaking of news there was a little wrestling chatter the break 'cause they're in the business we need to do this or should we just fuck that got rumble sixty seconds it's they they got a good place by the end i think the one the rumble drew mcintyre who that was part of the business dave houghton was it not friday yet behavioral rumble speculation thought daniil brian would win brian did not heroes news and even in the rumble yeah no that's not the lock of the week that was yeah no it's i i think that's a good person to have win and like elevated up to like a really good main event spot and also their stuff is deal is scottish dude food cool looks at a tough kilt no you might for the big show though yeah because that that seems like the level of cultural nuance WWE trade zone so it was so now the whole thing though then you're voting rowdy roddy piper over you're kinda like that means something different for visual language so it's been done it's been done yeah and perhaps better sure who's use can top roddy roddy piper yeah housi- no no but yeah they they really to get him there they ended up fucking over or like the first half of that match by just having it be utterly meaningless other than when all that stuff paid off by the like okay well they they they put as much emphasis behind him as they could and from a logic from like the way they view view how they booked their story lines at least how i perceive it i feel like i see how they would come to the conclusions they came to when making that match happen happen but is look at it as as someone who liked the royal rumble is one of my favorite things they do period having half of that match go oh to shit for a story line that could have been written in a more efficient way like not looking at you know it was a bummer to watch however made it less fun to watch one of the best returns ever in that i can remember in a long time big pump yeah terrible camera work during it where they missed is like a they've put out like all the other camera angles from that or something after that we're in the ring complaining about it yeah ah if to return from that type of retirement where like the injuries sustained and stuff amazing whose edge adam copeland yeah starve vikings yes vikings star everyone's favourite all right time for everyone's other favorite which is video game news yeah pretty much on par yeah last week somebody just straight up posted pictures of an xbox series x to the internet with like two serial number running back with the serial number clearly visible questionable decision perhaps you know when you gotta get that credit ah when you got to prove that your dad works for microsoft all for a single drop of cloud spread right if i'm wrong didn't this exact thing happened with three sixty i think so and and it turned out the be somebody's like sixteen year old kids dad had brought it home from work and he like three sixty xbox wines three sixty yeah you're probably right i feel like this happens in in some form every time yeah it's stuff like that's hard so it's coming from microsoft then well he could retire yeah yeah i mean maybe if fact fact maybe i'll wait did i just find it that i actually just find a games industry dot biz story from july twentieth two thousand five it is certainly possible that this was okay loosely staged thing because think about it like they had there was the thing with the ports back at sea and they're like well we'd like to get the information about the ports out there but that's not interesting listing news on if we put that out in a big press release it'd be like soda showing off the PS fogo so maybe this is like a smooth way for them to just say like here's what's on the back of this i just got maybe maybe we are without having to come out and say there's only one AD port port because we fucked up last night you know like it's not your scenario where this was like a calculated thing who knows they'll never know case they themselves could have blurred the number just to make it seem more legitimate i saw someone responding to that on twitter saying like i went to my like register hardware hardware paid i saw an xbox dot com and the number totally rang up they registered this prototype yeah and now can you please remove it from my program ah but so you know who knows the the big sticker on the back says xbox products named placeholder older prototype not for sale yeah cool so it doesn't even say series acts on it also at the end of all that it's super predictable it's two USB reports was the standard USB rectangular that everybody knows and loves either net power one HD my in and an optical audio what's the weird rectangular it's some kind of proprietary terry debugged port okay you know you're always getting diagnostic stuff out of your development hardware presumably hardware we'll look somewhat different than that then maybe by virtue of not having that poor that poor does take up a big spot in this kind of regular areas place for another admi port let's go about its demise sideways yeah fuck it double admi HDMI i've lost track like didn't microsoft has never come out and flat out said here's what's on the back there will not be an issue my in i think i think i called it an issue might end when i was rattling this off it's out i don't believe they've ever come out i'm flat out said it will not have it i don't believe so but you know who knows yeah i would expect back honestly i would expect a little bit more USB yeah kind of well i would think the would be on the front because right for front facing devices but even there they've only got one a port on the front yeah and the controllers are even see right like isn't the new elite even see yes yes yes i think i'm pretty sure it is still micro i'd have to look i would have to look yeah i'm kinda with you yes yes i thought that we would have been all see all the time by now or maybe like one a and two c or something like that but you know what a legacy a for you know because why not here's the thing i feel embarrassed to ask what is the difference USCCA's the small oval shaped port that the cable can go in either way reversible like like a lightening cable and it's fast it's faster you have which charges off of its control patrollers reflects into i thought that was a completely different i didn't know that was USB some parliamentary okay well then it's a b. b. is a say a is the regular the most common one be is the one that's like square ish with like a notch top oh yeah signed a micro many also as slow as c. has been penetrate the market they're basically obsolete as a standard are already beyond it in terms of the ratifying vying new USB standards oh there's a d. also there's like there's also there's USB three point zero and three point one fucking mess i don't i can't keep up with it all wi fi six yeah wifi six yeah with his wife i it's it's it's it's oh yeah oh you mean eight oh two dot eleven a. x. it's yeah you know wifi has always been lake at BG in AC and that shit they finally were like what the fuck are we doing and we have to stop this we have to give it an actual name and the name they settled wifi six okay yeah anyway anyway in terms of what's on the back of this box like there's not much talk about here and there probably was never going to be a story what's on the back of xbox anytime they had a feature on the previous machine that they are now removing somebody is going to be like oh i'll take export i can't believe it i'll take any news on the new consuls literally as as kind of dole's i mean we could talk about this looks like hotel room carpet that it's sitting on this does not look like somebody's house is carpet man tell room carpets right that is like a a real low pile nobody would put this in their house yeah i don't think apologies policies you if you have put this not here to judge your interior design yeah that that's a that's a but that could also do we have a pullout loud enough shots and know that this is full carpet and not like a doormat oh these are the original photos okay so it's small enough to that could be like a doormat that's true i guess because that that doesn't look like like something yeah it looks like yeah waiting room or something like that in office you're a guest that actually looks not unlike the carpet here in this room yeah now that i think about it wake did we leave the at such series talk we fucked up when they brought it by last week and the head of those bottles fast yeah we should have really i can't believe you power thing by pouring the buckfast into the top of it komo few drops at a time though or else whips together like this thing i think i was not here when all this stuff got vail i can't remember i was the look of it or or maybe yeah i can't remember yeah just like the boxy nece i learned about people like putting it upside down and then the disk falling out and getting jammed in there somehow i based on you know what i'm going to say based on this up close photo it looks like that x. logo button is not going to rotate god jared haute built right i can't believe they have decided that vertical is the default orientation does this thing if you're gonna put it on your side like any sane person it's your ex is going to be wrong i've always wrong and sony solve that problem twenty years ago almost but like they did the case of the PS two rotated did the a PS three no but it didn't have a logo away okay i just i admire that kind of attention to detail agreed the PS two to yes i mean really the PS two they sold a horizontal stand for it that's like fucking ridiculous so great i thought that horizontal johnson man the only japan i don't know you're brave enough to say that the nintendo gamecube is the greatest designed console of all time her box with a handle i love gamecube too talk youtall all if that's too tall and you're really gonna hate this expo no because it's the law it's long okay it's like a brick top's do you stay together i'm sure they've real power they must have done there we their market research on this thing right i'm sure it'll fit into most any shelf i think they're under my tv TV laying down laying down i would assume that the thing is like okay they're going to have a cheaper version of this that is gonna fit if you care more about it fitting out of your TV than having the most powerful game console you can so we have the fucking lockhart whatever i suspect that they were going out on this for people who were just like no fuck it i need this shit evan fucking earth to to put it wherever the cell a special podium for microsoft put anywhere that you want that's the crowd they're trying to appeal to drill a hole in the top and then just slide it into yourself yes yeah so i dunno i in in in the sense that when you look at it it looks like something that they said fuck it no compromises were making this big ass thing i think that's a strong look he looks powerful yeah i can't wait to see what five looks like it's gonna look like a PS far PS four a probe but with like one more another layer that just leaves according out as somebody who has to hook up consoles over for over all the time whoever decided on that slanted rear panel where you can't see towards when you're leaning bad they have to get rid of that and also oh as people who occasionally lug a council office like this thing looks like a pain in the ass we need a sling for carrying case raleigh cart we'll get the mac pro wheels okay and just bolted to that totally make carrying straps for like PC's for land party now as i say to invest the tech advances we can get one of those cards that baby yoda floats in and just nestle in there and push it around what's the valve did ama on reddit about half life alex that's cool not a lot of super interesting stuff out of there like the biggest sort of data point or like actual news is that they flat out said it will be as big as half life two yeah that's pretty amazing it's bigger than i expected amount of content ah yeah that's kind of how they're describing it they're saying that play testers long play plato plato have taken a similar amount of time to complete half alex as they did to complete complete half-life to you so they're really talking well they say the games are comparable in terms of total amount of content whatever whatever metric is in that goes with the other point on there that i noted which was the size of the team involved they said it's the largest amount of people they've ever had working sixty eighty eight people we're gonna win like at its lowest there was three to five people working on doda right now that's pretty impressive now although i didn't know the how in many that's also a sign of how long it's been since made a full size game yeah that do for sure and then like eric paul talking about not wanting to work with an ah protagoras anymore yeah it was cool it was something i was i was worried about when they announced this alex is like a character howard you're gonna do it if she doesn't talk she does i think his quote in there he was talking what about like since left for dead never wanted to go back to a silent protagonist because they had half-life and then they had portal it was a joke in portal that it was a silent protagonist i bet you can't use i can't keep doing that i didn't realize paul paul was writing this game until they'd yeah so i don't know if that was known or not no because he came back gla- early last yeah something like that was like well what's he going to do that's that's fantastic coming yes he's an amazing writer yeah it sounds like he's been consulting with mark mike i'm sorry mike laidlaw one of the two notable laws in the industry who wrote all the previous half life games who's not there anymore so anyway anyway and then they say they're like done done there's polishing bug fixing and they say they will definitely date who's really promising yeah i maybe it's just because every VR game ever ever come out just feels like a trifle like they never feel like big well except for like skyrocket fallout those names but most people have done i mean there are big story driven games in VR the half-life like that av valve employees well there are some big teams big teams that have done VR but not not not quite like this you know this is a a franchise with so much history compared to a lot of the other stuff that that's that's coming i'm getting more and more excited about playing this as it gets closer i think it will be very interesting to see because you talk about this game is like a big game and you know i i assume that's you know that's similar similar our account or something like that how long was half twelve twelve twelve fifteen i feel like i haven't played through it since it came out that i remember being pretty long okay well anyway you know the our session time and easy to sit down for a half life two or any kind of sit down in front of a monitor and play a story driven game the the you get sucked into hell and just burnt through it in a sitting two sittings whatever you know it's like whoops i spent the whole weekend my underwear and plays this entire game VR brings a separate set of concerns along those lines and then you have to wonder like okay like how how long are people going to play in a session did that impact how they paste the story at all if they're like oh well we understand that people are gonna maybe take a break a little more frequently than they would with in a traditional half-life game they didn't mention you can play sitting down which is nice to hair that's not novel at this point or anything no no but like it seems like they're just supporting as many a different configurations whether it's controllers or headsets or stay seated standing whatever i will i will say i agree with you that it could complicate pete the story driven nature of it just because VR is a is a some people just can't hang in VR hopefully early they've built more downtime lake little spots where you feel like you could get out yeah but i will say like i'm not the most experienced in VR but i lost i when i was getting really into tetris interest in fact i would get completely lost in it like i had another isn't petrous is very different than play in the first person shooter yeah but i think i think it can work to their advantage if they take advantage if they have that in mind and try and keep and valve appellate has been doing research for a very long time time so i assume that they have a whole lot of data points in a whole lot of things that they can look at and say like okay well you know experts people are going to have to punch launch out at the one hour mark our to our long the the session time ends up being an start to think about what that looks like and what that could be something as simple as and and i don't know why without knowing more about the story and how it's told and also stuff like who knows right but you almost wonder would do a last time on half life alex style thing thing when you put it back on like hey you had to punch out of this in the middle of a thing just want to catch you back up here's where you are here's what you're doing like you know hud elements on in a VR game are sometimes very weird as well so the idea of a thing up in the corner that says go collect these batteries raise whatever like that's not going to be as easy to do so i don't know if these are all like super minor concerns in the grand scheme of things i just i'm i'm excited excited to see how they got to solve some of that stuff you could really pave the way for a lot of other VR game says is going to set the bar i think for yeah subsequent one other thing they mentioned is that head crabs are kind of a lot to deal with in VR which i've always found crafts just be kind of goofy and conical almost and lewd previous games but also i will smith went up to valve and play this game and he has come back saying he said some of the same stuff that like hit krebs flying at at your face and VR is kind of a lot oh man to deal with so thank you should be cool i hope silent hill fans in here yeah yeah the first one never follow the subsequent release i would feel about a new silent who ooh okay all right definitely news al's who we're talking about a lot of rumors and leaks lately league but i guess that's just the way things are going yeah started a year you know everyone's thing everyone's excited looking forward to twenty ounce calm yeah well we'll see so it's a lot of stuff like you're a gamer has basically sort of collected numerous signs together that news donald hill is happening like the biggest one is there is a leak on twitter from aesthetic gamer who had never heard of but apparently they're one of the bigger capcom leakers okay of recent times who've flat out said that here's here's the actual quote kanani about two years ago reached out to various developers to pitch ideas for to silent hill games won a a soft reboot of the franchise the other episodic telltale slash until dawn style game to go alongside the reboot so there's that they point out the stuff about kajima himself twit teasing recently that he's thinking about a war game in there that yeah relations between that was like started to cool down a little the euro gamer writer themselves are saying like hey we've heard things between kojima and konami or not as chilly chillier they used to be a make sense distance time and money talks shallow if it's there i mean you know kanani what is konami right now right i mean if they could get out there and say hey we're making new sound hill game that's one thing but even that's like you know what silent hill anymore especially ashley with the number of different silent hill games that came along so even even can't be blind through the response to PT right to this hey people lose their shit over thing i'll tell you what if somebody who's like i never played in silent hill games i've always found that aesthetics kind of interesting and it seems like a cool world the idea of that more episodic um similar to the the dark universe game dark universe is the minimum dark pictures that kind of that style of game or something a little more focused on the story it's not this big you have to run around i didn't play kind of a shitty oh it's not like he survival horror fought plus fog but like those elements in a more story focused that that could be something i could get excited about i think that we're missing we're missing down there aren't a lot of like high budget scary games right now there's been kind of a lull and resident evil seven and then like it's really been there was there was that big boom you know arrive five seriously though that period there was like a real a really big swell of scary games and that kind of died down and it seems like silent hill hill could be one of the really big ones to bring it back just like hey we're back we got this new style if done right for sure i think making something that adheres to classic silent hill all seems like it would be a really weird move yeah because it seems like there there was we would be better ways to convey horror game in this day and age then yeah then to make something that feels like this vaguely surival hillary resident evil kind of thing so the director of silent hill to masahiro ito tweeted a couple of weeks ago i'm working on a title as a core member i hope the title will be cancelled south and then he responded to himself saying about that i can tell you nothing yet and so people saw that that as well and there's also the fact that they've been up in the they're patent rights i guess refiling trademarks or something like that tanabe put out a statement yesterday we cannot share anything at this point but we are listening to customer feedback and considering ways to provide the next title so that's seems not exactly middle not exactly exactly like shutting down all the speculation i don't know i i was never the super in the silent hill back in the day i was a little bit more interesting evil i just never thought much about it taste was shattered memories was that yeah but that was such a thing wrong oh that was the we released the flashlight and everything yeah i i i didn't realize let me make sure i'm not talking about my but yes i was because i didn't realize at the time i just thought it was a great game but that's sam barlow the guy who's been doing about your FM v. narrative yeah stuff more recently but anyway i was just gonna say hill seems to be ADP deal than i realized back at that time yeah like it's wave seems to the movie yeah people people up here people's yes people seem like that franchise so sexy way more than i realized anyway anyway but this year who knows yeah i feel like calm he has to do something right i mean it's not gonna be metal your survived to kessel shirley they hadn't eventually moving to put out another bomber man sure why is yeah what do you can't rely on health clubs forever pro eleven soccer do they still owned the lost they lost i think they lost the license earlier they let it lapse or i think they seem to remember them saying hey this is it for soccer i could be crazy but that's right i i feel like i feel like i went to an event and and they relax check out the soccer game by the way and we're gonna make like oh they were making an olympics game that i checked out at eighty three two years ago right i don't know if that came out or i'll maybe they're timing it for the actual olympics so oh sure make sense jan poke him on home pokemon home pokemon home on home so this has been announced for wiles correct some more news about came out this morning yeah i think they announced this like for a lassie three i wanna say it was in the giant direct where they introduced pokemon sleep and all the other random like life things that's right yeah okay right but yeah pokemon home is is supposed to be a way where you can transfer your poke amman from let's go get you an easy and to sort of shield from pokemon go and from the pok mon bank which is the storage system from the three d. s. games so okay it's supposed to be a high where he can i i don't believe you can move them back and forth obviously you can't bring like a newer one into an older game well there were on the on the info-graphic there were some one way arrows in some way rose okay so i like that two way we're talking about temeke oh yeah i think you see here is that info graphic while it was like the worst confusing traffic traffic signs in the world okay well this makes sense to be now now i'm seeing it so yeah for i think because you can't move the poke it looks like the only two way transfers are in and out of kokomo sword and shield yes you can you can only deposit poke amman from the other methods from go bank and let's go to an av but within sword shield i think it appears that they can go back and forth and there's going probably not all the polk amman from bank could make it into a shield right 'cause yeah doesn't have them all doesn't support report them they're talking about there's going to be two tiers of pokemon home the basic i think looks fine enough that that was free that was it's free okay the premium pay yes yes pokemon pokemon random fucking live in the bay area i can't read myself i'm not going to pay pokemon rent the put on the first day yeah you can only get the pokemon bank transfers with the premium service yes the premium it looks like one month will will run to ninety nine three months four ninety nine and a full year four sixty or fifty ninety nine i think personally for my needs the basic plan which is the free one works out fine because i have a couple of pokemon from let's go pichu an av that i'd like in sort and shield but i could see long-term the fans being off put by having to pay sixteen blocks to bring in or safely store there poke them on if you don't pay for the premium how are you going to get by i without the judge function the judge folk touch phone what is what is the judge the judge function is so he can see ivy's and brad you're slowly getting getting there that you can do in existing games so i don't see being like too big of a deal and the storage george stuff for me personally again like this in my own case i don't think i would need more than thirty random slots to store poke on in the home but the premium goes up to who six thousand and i guess if you're sears hardcore breeder or you've had pok mon that have existed in the bank for a long time you just want to keep them safe but yeah a lot of people not particularly thrilled about having to pay you just think about how much data needs to be stored to straw several game yeah but like how big would the data for six thousand poke him on b. in terms of server storage and server costs it's not sixteen dollars worth of fucking money yeah it's it's just it it feels ridiculous that this is something that they are feels like they were large and how do we and start getting more money per yeah how do we start getting people to pay per month for pokemon well we could do like they started there and work that much wants to pick my bank pogo and bake i think it was like five dollars yeah just like a one time fee by the bank or i forget i think it was like like five dollars maybe for a year or in i don't think it was as much as this right and that was kind of like almost a one time fee that you could just take care of not have to worry about this just feels like something that like should like hey you need to be nintendo switch online member through in yeah if you're an existing an SO subscriber tacking this on i get it like whatever like let's fuck and get paid right but at the same time this fields yeah like for the for the of the amount of math that needs to get story on a per pokemon basis the idea of hey you need to pay seventeen dollars like you're not gonna be transferring during these in and out isn't that some like cloud server charge that's going to ripple nintendo or something like it just it just it's always are some of the screen shots they've shown it looks like the assets are just super basic as you wonder like did they put a ton of work into it is like something that's like deceptively complicated to pull off like i don't know they've been that that could be true but it's sure but they've been building games off the idea of trading pok mon from game to game since the very beginning so if they planned that out poorly and now have to solve it by charging people money that's still bad right still sucks there is a mobile app to i think that's also included in the the basic plan so that part i guess is neat where you could kind of take care of stuff on the fly i mean i don't know how hardcore you'd have to be to be constantly checking your phone rates are going through it so is that what you're doing is it trading that you would have to what would you even check in on are they like other zero grow light when they're in the home and they're gaining levels slowly or something you know there's a 'wonderbox feature which is kind of like a random trade thing no gum and if the basic plan you can only throw three and for like a surprise trade and versus ten with the premium even that i don't think is like that big of a thing that you want to keep watch over i forget an roble apps have been pretty poor like this which online ones is not great so it was always rough trying to get let's go peek eager to talk to pokemon go and pokemon go isn't going to be available for pokemon home at launch but i mean again so when say did you just say i'm sorry my brain didn't comprehend that goes not going to be initially oh yea graphic is who is labeled as only coming soon their biggest one moving because the whole point one hundred percent especially when they're lauding like hey you can use this on your phone you can't take the phone pokemon yet bizarre yeah come on right they are offering a free month of it when it initially comes out in february so yes that's out next month now exciting all right whip through a few more of these deadlines real fast here torchlight frontiers has become torchlight three it was free to play they are dropping that it's just going to be paid to thing and they say it's going to be totally wanted to l. i forgot they were thinking yeah torchlight flip the developer doesn't exist anymore i think largely from that team max max schaefer is the guides aged the video pronouncing this change some of the definitely key people are they are under a developer thing but yeah perfect world their control but so to hold is a perfect world launcher that sounds right right it sounds right in this announcement video i don't know if it was going to be in our launched laura and our culture game him or if he's just well when it was free to play a probably would have been that that makes it because then they would get all kinds of other stuff so it was like hey this is going to be free to play shared world right driven game and now they're like so about that yeah suicide to make a game which is i don't know if you remember but like that's kind of torchlight to win yeah because originally they torchlight it blew up and they're like now we wanna make an imo escort torchlight and then the memo they've been trying to get to this place for for years you've been time making it and go like oh maybe this isn't fun make another one right so yeah now they're back to like kind of basically off line experience for player classes like pets and forts and all the torchlight another sure and its and its own steam like it's not he flat out says this nabi abi unarmed game this will be a steam game did he say anything do do you see anything in there about if it's still coming to console because that was later watches officially relaunched our house for all three three PC only at first and then consoles sometime after yeah that's gotta be tough to pivot like that like to find out intellect to actively admit that hey this is dan going well we should just make something he's got some like pretty good language in there is your as you develop a game you it tells you what kind of game it wants to be or something bad so like like they seem pretty upbeat plenty of the assets probably just like are still valid but but yeah the house mark you remember they said that they were done making arcade games are dead art yes they've fucking likes a lot of house more games from that era for the next modernism superstar and nation god what is the resident just for a launch game they made a lot of cool games teams in that style and then we're gonna make a battle royale game and now they are putting that battle royale game on hold tornados alive again storm divers remember them announcing that looked like it was going to be about a rail game with like major weather component or something and like maybe some flight jetpack okay anyway they were like hey we're pivoting to bigger games such as this royal game a few years ago and now they are not currently lead working on the game because they were working on something bigger but the whole studio was on they're just gonna keep like no that game fuck now remember even the bigger frontiers are calling i wanted to bring this up because i like how smart can be because i wonder if this is just a sign of like battle royale market is like kind of sewn up it might be risky to try to put it in the bank the future the studio on another one of these right now yeah could be speaking of that apex apex four new thing fun so they had a basically they had teas that there was going to be a new hero he was like big kind of robot arm box john wrestler wrestler dude until like they put out the teaser for him and it's like a like a press junket thing he's talking to this lady about stuff and he's like i'm embarrassed i i'm gonna win apex then he gets fucking like stabbed like do sneaks up behind and murders and she's just freaking out and then it's actually four this this revenue in theory i guess so that character is not in the game i can meet up like leaked a day so read it new and everything because all the comments on the buzzer like dan this would have been really cool i didn't know it was happening this is the first i'm hearing for most of the last week i assumed that guy was the new i kinda like saw the character and didn't have time to check in on it until yesterday you lost that trailer and i was like that's cool like that's a well done refund story thing and then like you start to think about like what what assimilation or something like that so maybe there's some form of this forge character that lives on or something who knows it can cause they added some in in map stuff for you can find his death box you invite his death box there's like ads for hudson hamid robotic everywhere those in because they're his sponsor yeah so oh yeah like they will use him more than just like this little tiny thing but i thought it was really great like oh cool you don't usually see like stuff like just when it comes to character announcements because people are so it's interesting because they did like a live dev thing where they had like a writer like people people live live real people on camera talking about this character and what he could do and getting really close like like the day before they fucking murdered him are a few days before whatever yeah it was like a really really good commitment to the bit that then like data miners uncovered the truth or something so off you know it's still that it is still really cool thing they did yeah that's cool you can totally just just see like the some creatives sitting around the studio won't make maybe after hours one day just going like we make a fake character and then kill them off or something like you're just like like fuck it just kill of graphics that's cool so alex is pulling the mac and lennox versions of rocket league where they're basically going to support for them they will no longer work online you can still play them off line if you want but they say collectively those versions are less than three tenths of a percent of their active players here's the full story like you know the the big thing is that you know they're moving from like direct ex ante as like eleven or something like that would take considerable resources you you move the team and the engine over to to that in cabal incompatibility concerns they're basically doing a massive tech upgrade to the basic basic platform and they basically said like amount of resources it would take to rebuild these games on these platforms is not justified by the player counts right also they're anybody who owns it on those platforms and wants a refund does getting one oh cool and that falls outside of the normal like the steam refund policy it also but it also doesn't cover any micro transaction action purchases show like yeah it's a refund it's not a full like there may be people on those platforms that spent way more than that amount of money out true i'm sorry for both there yeah yeah yeah but also yeah it sucks whenever that happens but when you're on lenox or mac it's the role of the dice i'm surprised that rocket lee existed on those platforms to begin with sir i did not know that that they were there with the the refund even on the basket is already more than i would expect for a lot of situations like this so that's not terrible almost like epic can afford it now yeah i forgot yeah i knew it was on epic i forgot they are epic indeed this podcast with reggie fees may that's going around is kind of fun the podcast is called old present value apparently it's done by graduate students at cornell university it's like a business podcast assume they're like MBA's or something and he's a he's a like a VC you company or something now well that's right he did okay that's yeah i forgot about that politics now the he basically told a bunch of anecdotes about his whole career and business most of which obviously isn't nintendo on this podcast but there's some other stuff from some of his other gigs to the f. one pizza hut story there or is a good one but the one that seems to be grabbing all the headlines is that apparently when he came in and intendo they were in the process of what he described as well as the freezing he used used and aged up logo for nintendo perhaps in graffiti style yeah sure i need need i've ever heard this scripture before but he use the word race track no this was i got this off of our stagnant they i've never heard anybody called the classic nintendo logo the race he's track logo but that's totally what it is yeah he came in around three or four apparently they were not let's see when i joined intendo there there was a sense of almost shame that into appeal to young consumers the marketing team it into nova america's started doing things with the logo that classic nintendo logo in an oval they would put it in a graffiti style or they do different things to try to age it up and put a stop to that because that is not our brand put it in a graffiti style and put tasr in front of it where basketball shorts he goes on to talk about what they did instead of that but just this got this got me thinking about the direction of nintendo in the late ninety s like the play it loud yeah yes exactly yeah like i got a hold of VHS tape like like a minute promotional vehicles statement in the nineties like i wanted it because it had more to come to footage for superintendent wanted him but they had like the using like butter surfers further background music and stuff like that they were just like there was a weird they were really really trying to be edgy for weird period of years there but like they were trying to be nintendo edgy like yes it felt like your like your dad's essentially dad edgy every time they've tried to do it and i feel like what the switched and stuff they've hit upon it just turns out like hey have games that appeal to wider audience is mostly found a way to seem like cool and still genuinely nintendo yeah maybe like rooftop mario kart aside yeah yeah totally some of that that stuff but also corner was like you were still trying to wrap your mind yeah what was the system capable back and watch that was effective intimately bid the parties is that have gone yeah i i watch that's which reveal the again a couple of weeks ago just remember like it pitches the concept of the system very well yeah for the first i think you're seeing of it it's just it's it's wild i need to i posted i think one of them to the site i need to post the rest google released lifestyle sal photos for the stadium like people gathered around a TV with a pizza boxes controller having a good time like they did that photo shoot like no one fucking does anymore and you want to i want to look at it and go like someone knew that this would be fucking hilarious to do but the longer i think about it now everyone thought autho this was something they needed to do and this is a good thing to do but he's look at it just cringe it's like people holding stadia controllers near our pizza and on a coffee table game in the fucking shit left game span it's rough enough to think what would have happened if he had not come in and stopped the stuff like where would into new gone yeah well yeah i'm trying to think oh three or four or so that's like nick like DS came out four that's kinda like mid game q. right yeah so he talked about a bunch of that stuff i kind of want to listen to this podcast he talked about his interview process getting into nintendo and al i like before he would accept the job he wanted a phone call with water and apparently the management japan was just like who who is this guy who wants talk to our president with fuck this right but if they made it happen anyway talks he's big couldn't say now he talks about talks about like the infamous press conference moment where fucking nobody in world knew who he was until he walked out on stage gave the line and apparently he was concerned about it according to his account uh-huh i'll just read like you talk about the poor trying to decide how to present the new direction of the company and blah blah blah given by aggressive nature off my ability to confidently speak in front of thousands it became by job to set the stage for this new direction yes those fateful words i'm about kicking ass taking names they were completely thought through i was the devil's advocate is this really what we want to say is this the approach it began the journey of what would accomplish not just the bravado rivaldo we had the goods to back it up yeah yeah yeah yeah that's lastly he talks about some pizza hut stuff including apparently faded bigfoot calling the bigfoot pizza one of his biggest personal failures and the thing that led to papa john's is becoming a thing so wow so wow register canceled i don't have the transitive property i don't remember knbr much about the bigfoot pizza square rectangular straight little caesars knock off more or less yeah yeah i guess yeah little caesars doesn't make that they do they do the their their deep deep dish but like it's not like it used my god really it's not the gigantic holy shit that's right circular pizzas from them go get i really hasn't had that double pepperoni that was all right a couple years ago as a big rectangle ooh that's their deep dish the dish that but it's not it's not big you're not walking out there trying to crack the cardboard fucking breath hard style like your yeah there is a pizza company there's a restaurant chain in canada called pizza pizza yeah i it it is just straight up lifted it did they lifted or is is it the same company or i think it might actually be just don't know what caesar is yeah i think pizza pizza might just be evatt up their same code but oh this is this little caesars as specifically one of their competitors and the brutal yeah well cut the in the pizza world yeah you gotta eat upwards of forty pizzas and thirty days to hang with this shit i could do it watch me let's listen to the last week's aftermath really get it i'm going to have to i might have to pull it reggie episode sounds that sounds cool it's cool to see a guy at that high level boulevard major company like getting out there and telling stories also win candidate yeah if you think about like the maybe some of the unspoken messages in some of that when you think about like him talking about directions and logos and stuff like that i think it really speaks like there's not a ton of game development happening here like it's a lot of like it's a sales organizaion stuff comes in from japan after figure out how to market this to the audiences here and try to figure out which demographics they can appeal to you so it's like oh we aging up the logo to try to are these games gonna appeal he'll to an older audience or we you know what hard again well yeah i mean yeah in a sense like like trying to figure out and talking about last week stream two weeks yeah he does give credit to the products in that saying like you know coming into three he was able to look at like diaz and the week before they were out and know what the company had up its sleeves so that was able to like dictate the marketing direction they should go all right last story going to read the top of the press release atari announces world-class class video game themed atari hotels first atari hotel to begin construction in phoenix phoenix beautiful phoenix arizona arizona amid twenty twenty great time phoenix this is brought to you by a hotel group and i should i wish i i just read this paragraph yes i sense or whatever sentence with hotel development and design is being led by shelley murphy GFD group and napoleon smith the third the producer of the wildly successful teenage mutant ninja turtles film franchise reboot yeah this is never going to or or it is and it's monday under oh sure okay yeah yeah i don't think atari has any money left to launder but maybe someone else does the laundry through atari shirt so what i'm thinking or atari hotels level up hotel entertainment with fully immersive experiences fucked for every age and gaming ability including the latest in VR and AAAR hey select hotels will also feature state of the art venues and studios to accommodate each sports events is so much money in the first thing i think of when i think of atari VR VR any sports right those classic atari endeavors until wood grain there's another quote in there at all wood grain hotel yeah yeah in this one when creating this brand new hotel concept we knew that would be the perfect way to give guests the nostalgic and retro meets modern look and feel we were going for the atari let's face it how cool will it be to stay inside an atari that's the one that's i would be so feely about missile trauma inside of an atari probably that's fucking insane i don't know this is on with with like hey we're going to make an asteroid's movie like it's just atari goat i wanna go still a recognized brand what can we do with this yeah how can we make money on how can we get some money coming in with like what is this this is like this isn't real this is them trying to make a pitch to get money right like they have nothing you know failure hey you're fucking hotel this is like this is a concept of what it could look like like all they have are concepts and money starting not even atari like all these other people the polian smith the third is out there imagine you want okay you think of atari other podcast please do not make one of napoleon's was if if the hair jesus the producer of the wildly successful what the fuck of i'd done i missed this the group with is described in this as a leading innovation and strategy agency that even think of this whole thing that sounds like a lot of smoke and mirrors i mean this whole thing sounds it's like i feel like a lot of this stuff the atari brand has been affiliated with for the past five years if not i don't know i can't even go back i will say we we had a we had a voice mail in the after show that i never got to a new father using the speaker hat while he was holding his baby as a nice way eight to you know like hands free it's actually maybe a little bit and we took that as an email oh yeah yeah yeah it's yeah so the atari brand i feel like is so tarnished and meaningless at this point that of course they're doing this right yeah it's anyone who follows gaming in any kind of long-term way or anything like knows that atari is just like nothing now pay off off of all their crypto stuff from the future using atari coin to make all this happen otherwise on his quarters they do say they we have made a deal with a phoenix based real estate of alive that they have so many hotel will be built there will actually come to fruition and be an atari hotel in this zone with an e sports zone podcast recording studio download the app and then a are will guide me to my room and look who's in your room it's custer air from custer's revenge sweet boy don't even well we'll find out because they say the san francisco is on the list of initial cities to atari hotel we'll be there eh one yeah where would they put into tari hotel in the city legitimately and matteo san jose san jose is also getting okay great i'll be in between two can you imagine that in lake around union square takes up union square union square becomes the atari atari sorry scores power you know there's no one's using that everything else assist plenty of burnt out motor inns that you could hey hey there's plenty of like still somehow reasonably priced housing that you could like tear out and put in a shitty boutique hotel i'm sure you have these make this city slightly worse these artists renderings things don't look that big they probably look like i dunno tim floors or something it's yeah like a this press release yesterday and just i feel like my only actual of course of course this is the next move is the most likely the thing that happened with the atari yeah but like i wonder 'cause they they were trying to put their IP's their game IP's up for sale and i don't know if anyone's old off glasses probably asking too much money they're like these days aren't even able for the right price i would buy the yards revenge IP what's the right price in two hundred and fifty dollars sure i you might be able to compel me to pay three hundred bones for that okay well i'm gonna go call tari you see if you can get jars events for three three hundred dollars let's set this up i would do the finders i've said it before i would sooner pay three hundred dollars for the original painting of the cover of yours prevents for that actual proper okay that's why i buying it because then i could sell you that are under bucks i'm all ready out ahead i mean i just want to pay me i hope these are built god i was like i also i don't think there's a chance in hell that they actually hit they actually build that many hotels in those locations i i i just don't see it death but god i hope they do whatever ended up happening with the atari classic did that happening it got delayed number they delayed it they're like we're making it hardware better we're doing a big upgrade yeah so it'll be every hotel room that's right god you're probably paying AM the executive suite and you've got a class well no i mean you know yeah they'll have returned from retailers at some point if they ever do so might as well put it in hotels let's control you the things like a lennox box was like four hundred bucks or african dumb good luck to napoleon's third and all else involved yes the turtles okay great all right do you think that like the minds okay think about the brain power that went into that if you apply at the hotel do you think it would be okay okay yeah famous might be there oh well cool are they gonna make that WWF hotel back in the day oh they bought the debbie reynolds hotel in vegas and they were going to do that as a big old wrestling hotel looking at if that didn't happen then there's no chance this yeah case jones bieler advocacy no he doesn't wear the math what's the point only if ernie reyes junior senior from teenage mutant ninja turtles two is their allies katina's came up on ups and alaska seemed surprised that i knew that was you know who that is him come on casey jones the original case okay i know i didn't that's a good that's fair like that all right we got to take another quick break we've got stack of emails read and we will come back in a minute and read them emails podcast john dot com okay great so people people send us these yes come over the internet cable post yes yes we have what should i send an email a variety of people emails if i'm listener what kind of questions do you guys like to answer her what are your thoughts on vatican city gaming culture yeah culture video gaming that i can city it's right we have a lot of wide variety of topics animates yeah what should i write about meet no no feel free to meet professional wrestling kind to know the games themselves not those ones either cobra commander how on his leadership abilities sonic the hedgehog not part of gaming culture ah he's a movie star now left us my bad news for you granted bail so of course it's bad brandon from louisville kentucky i have loved sonic my whole life and i want i want to see the movie on opening day which is valentine's day how do i convince my wife to go tell her it's important portent to you okay yeah that's a good real answer that's fine within okay then how do you apologize to her later i'm sorry got her nice this valentine's gift something important to her childhood movies rate is she not in tucson i hang on as a joke but i have a pair of friends who have been dating for twelve years now that met on the sonic the hedgehog message board why would you out me like that the music video came out i ako shiloh aw that picture by fred says that billy bush no i i got about twenty seconds of the video for what i guess suing khalifa part is non talking about his his actual big hit fast yes i could better name for a sonic the hedgehog or probably the whole reason i couldn't make it very your problem now i i feel like the whole reason is that that whole track seems constructed in such a way a record label said like we gotta get this kid over yeah put him with wiz khalifa y'all got we gotta get gotta make this happen about rap moral talk but we've got to make this real so i guess the answer i think he was making beats on tick tock and apparently that's how you blow up now that's all it takes well now it's bite right exactly of course yes i'm going to be big on by rolls around because every every time i think it would good username maturity bite with a t. or an ira why why okay but you can't see like follower account exactly that's that's the hot new trend that's everyone is like flirting with that like what if we stopped showing graham and what if we stopped showing the numbers because it's super unhealthy for it i think jeff jeff nail that i think you explained like earnestly look i know this is gonna sound funny or whatever like she probably those your gamer you're married you're writing into the giant comcast i'm going to say you probably have some consoles up in your house somewhere she probably knows your interesting things that dark secret and it has to be like hey this is how i really wanna see the sonic movie why sit out you don't know this about me go the man cave that you're never allowed in man cave bringing in on our plans for the man cave explain them as important to you explain in that like you think it's going to be cheesy but you'll have a good time together tell her you know there's there's no one else in the world you'd rather see the hedgehog movie with and then yeah do something nice or try to find a midnight show on the thirteenth no you gotta you gotta you gotta go with your loved one to see som- no and bring her i mean you know like like that way you can still do something else or you could do like a tiny show on like oh yeah yeah well if you if you go to the first show like how do you want to see the movie right do you wanna see with a bunch of actual kids know that don't go to the for showing well do you want to see it with a bunch of other saad freak adults no don't go to the midnight showing all right wait for it to come on a blu ray watching your underwear takes six weeks these days anyway does doesn't it i'm seeing i've seen it on on opening day and it wasn't even my idea as my partners i'll can it's all foundation there i'm excited and i hope i hope that madeleine didn't didn't fucking spoil the end of that movie yeah you'd read the last page of the mad libs to me and i'm partnerships that i really hope ashrouf the premo product placement do product placement for mad libs so it has to be real it's just get both of the sonic emails out of the way now now this this one is from abbey in arizona been mentioned last podcast a sonic billboard he saw there's one overlooking a strip club to the near where i work nice i have provided photographic evidence of its glory sonics smug gays reminds me of the is on the billboard in the great gatsby spying hang on all sin if you can't read the tagline it says if you were me you'd be home by now lives at that strip club it's pretty pretty nicely composed photograph of sonic billboard and the dream palace dream palace has a good buffet do oh good good brand synergy going on their free mills zone yeah yeah see a mike from DC i think came up recently hello kitty has a pet cat named attorney kitty what are your thoughts on this is it morally okay okay for hello kitty to own another cat yes she's a funny animal should i boycott hello kitty and the other one's also hello kitty economically british oh okay well that could you know be a cast member if it wasn't so dumb thing you got to be smart to be we like hello kitty status we talked plu those goofy exactly i can think during a soundcheck i brought up hello kitty was five apples tall yes right might do that okay yeah yeah there you go so little yeah it's true i think you're underestimating how how tall an apple can be there we could figure this out later like there's this forty five inches those are small as apples album times five twenty five inches max two and a half tuna and it's like it's like it's like two feet tall that's scary but as tall enough to be afraid of horrifyingly a small like if it was this big i wouldn't don't be afraid of it but it was cute i actually there's two and a half feet and this is what we're talking about a toddler size this gary i'm more scared about style mall doll shaped weight i feel like chucky is about that size chunkys like two and a half maybe i'm thinking of i've never seen child's play but i have seen simpson's or where he has the crusty doll that's like actual adult that same thing question from john are kiss just boomer gigolos the whole collection of kiss action figures over there that we think are they gone i think they may be gone taking the home or not those games spots run off so he had a pit of stuff that they didn't want and i'm like i think we need these we didn't star star man kisses bad it's bad fucking kissed the members of kiss are totally boomers i never even thought about it before i i look like literal there are far more insane clown posse songs that i like then kiss song yeah agreed far more trying to think think of a kiss song that i like i don't even know that many years following detroit rock city we'll see more sincere about their their personas than kiss does is yes true yeah sometimes they got cups and don't they would you say that they have opposing biblical alignments however how is this more satanic than the fucking icpm nights and say oh it's um yeah all right said also those satan's nights i'm really not scared of going to hell brian from winnipeg now last week ben was shocked at still learning new things about mario three and mario world here's something obscure about the original super mario brothers that i only learned a couple of years ago it's it's not as crazy as threes coin ships but i think the full extent of it is even less well known okay they're invisible blocks containing one ups in the first level of every world in super mario brothers so one one two one eight one except they're not always there you can't always get them if you collect one all of these warm ups and then die it won't be there on your next life this part is reasonably well known but it's more complicated than that in order for these invisible blocks to possibly be present in a world one of the following must be true you've worked to a world or started a new game at one one or continued after a game over with the plus star trick creek or in the previous world's third level collected quote enough coins for the invisible block with the one up to exist in two one without warping or continuing you need to collect at least all but two of the coins in one three all but what into get every coin except the however how many coins there are in one three you have to get all of them at least at least all all the mind into this is just natural coins coins blotto how's this multi box he doesn't say he says for all other worlds in the game you have to get all of the coins in the previous third level for the one to show up in these subsequent world unless you're continuing yes or have warping there or warping they're weird in addition to the above if you scroll the screen close enough to the invisible block with the one up you'll only have that one chance just to get it whether or not you do get it won't exist again in that world until game over so if you start a new game and fall into the i pit of one one that's too close to the invisible block which will not be there on your subsequent lives even if you missed it on it's like quantum mechanics by observing something you've changed future results except you might not actually observe anything because it's visible now you to know this obscure bullshit i love this shit what obscure bullshit can rattle off on command i love this shit because it's it's like video games are i was just talking to somebody yesterday about this video games are kind of one of our unique in that regard of like you don't really excuse me if you revisit an old movie twenty years later it's hard to discover new things out everything is right there invisible right you can just watch it and no and then maybe you could hear a story of something that happened behind the scenes that's new whatever like maybe there's some new supplemental material itself yeah is constantly like have you guys seen the new accoring time speed run stuff with i star foxing shot oh this is different okay they discovered that with inputs on the slingshot you can basically recode the game AM while you're playing it might be related came just by doing very specific movements with slingshots was that do you know if that's the way they got the star fox stuff do you know about there's a there's a way to get in there all the time there's a way to spawn nor wing and in that game because they use the code for an are wing flying to like make one of the bosses in that game fly okay so like there are wing model is on the cart and i think it's using that same trick young like recently they just found a way to do it with no hacking right right really like to be able to change within a chest with this system but now you can just straight up get to the there's some wild shit that shit basically weekly like video games are unique in that regard i think that's really stuff is super bowl for sure let's see here does cheats this last week brad stated that he slept on the couch in order to not defile the clean sheets on his bed i for one applaud this genius decision i guess i can't think of a higher the state of bliss than getting into your bed with freshly made sheets after taking a stupid hot shower this has me wondering what weird household rituals or behaviors do the rest of you have read please please be honest that was the one positive and you got like one hundred emails saying that was insane right what we just changed the sheets that i was too lazy to show or was it's not about the gift clause completely clean digging through the mud looking for just i just like i said i just really like brag is dirty really liked psychological it is here of course it is right so what what are your weird household rituals have to have a fan on at all times okay a white noise kind of but also the debris he's got some of the top shut off time right so it doesn't take the air out of the room and in some cases they know it's on twenty four seven yeah it's really playing with fire his dirty it gets cleaned that pretty often have to i don't know i don't i don't know that i can think of any i mean i don't have anything that i need to do it but i think one of life's greatest joys is uh slipping into like a warm completely warm right out of the dryer outfit taking a shower timing it with the end of your dryer load and then just hopping hopping right into those clothes dryer like that's the closest i get to biman retrial happy retry the close just to get that feeling tossed something in my partners doing doing laundry or something i'm like i'm just going to throw these in for like a couple of minutes you probably have washer dryer or in your run it and sit on it is just having to clean my remover whatever i want or not clean it if i don't want to know i love doing it i love it it's so stop together and this is a different thing now i feel like i can make something out of this toilet yeah it's fun mustache what i was a kid i was i was convinced i'd be able to make my own clothes out of it i'll see why wouldn't be able to fix them glue in there yeah fabric may save the stuff up it's good for starting campfire yep oh touch a battery well i think you need some steel wool to okay here's an email from ryan medina where that is medina california sounds like a california could be the hell is medina i was watching last week's play date where been asked about original xbox games that he might have missed and brad mentioned blood week fuck a blood wake i was as a junior in high school when i was working through blake after school the camera and controls were not the best and i kept running into the proverbial brick wall on one of the later levels after what seemed like like an eternity of failure i punched the ground in frustration breaking my hand in the process jeez i calmly told my mom i broke my hand she gave me a bag of ps two ice down down with we went to the hospital the next morning in a house with two boys and i was playing rugby at the time broken bones were fairly common so yes fuck blood wake yeah being like okay but that's like a forgotten all things about actually actually playing it how many kids like it right i think that was the thing is that this wasn't a lot more impressive that's probably the most severe self sustained end injury i've heard of from somebody blame game yeah breaking bones actually breaking your hand birth control air punching something as maybe eighty punch some glass you get caught up or something i one time made a really big doughnut in under three minutes and wanna shirt and jumped up and punch the ceiling of the donor place in person my knuckle open and and the poor lady working behind the counter was the most terrified i have been drinking yeah congratulations thanks i still have the shirt great so to bob's donut on polk yeah go yeah deal from ireland i'm finally pointing god of war on PS four and i am noticing some pretty bad clipping when i choose any armor outside of credos wearing no armour at all my question is this great lighting is good but nothing takes me out of the experience quite like characters armor morphing with their face will next gen finally solve clipping as the oldest talk about ray tracing but nothing about craigslist armor not combining with his chin do you think this next gen will finally have armor that doesn't clip with the protagonist can wearables in games finally act naturally he immediately sent a reply to his own email saying i can't stress how much clipping ruins the game experience so much slow that i replied to my own email will the major thing that i want to streetfighter six is to fix kens hair clean vs on when he's on the second player's side and he looks to the left everything on his right side clips through is his shoulder embarrassed that particularly egregious just like there's just all laura's hair i remember that the worst clipping i've ever seen it's so bad i don't think it's actually going to get better you know i i i i don't think i don't think it's like they can't solve it now if they just put the evidence i have solved this yeah yeah the exciting right like that's that's probably something that takes like CPU power or something we've probably naughty mal this stuff in such a way that there's a physics system raves the hair from going through this thing collision on this and they interact properly or whatever collision even call it yeah yeah i don't i don't know if this is a huge horse tower thing or not so so much as just like an attention to detail i don't know yeah i guess developers would probably a bit of both yeah i know how hard it is to of course at the same time you always your shit about like making things interact act with each other in video games it's like way harder than right totally making things touch realistically it's a swords don't swords just hover on the back yeah or characters spawn of just a foot above the surface so they don't accidentally swan inside of it and break the game like like weird stuff yeah tricks like that it's right on the character select i don't wanna know know remember birdies chain clipping through his mouth mouth or something rarely vividly how can they be cool with that i don't get it i reinstalled tech and seven yesterday some of that got online lost miserably ryan from south wales he writes in about the horizon zero don coming abc rumors he says in the jason trier story he says the game is coming to steam and epic which is cool but my question is do you think it's possible that sony he could ever release their own launcher for the PC in the future release what hey anything's possible anything doesn't seem super likely to me though like how many how many exclusives disown even have you know they're they're not they wouldn't be in this they wouldn't be releasing horizon to try to grove that per se right i mean they they wanna get the game out there and sell it and they're fine doing that on other platforms like they're not in it to try to build a customer based on an exclusive customer base if they want an email addresses and stuff like that for users they just have like oh we brought PS end to peace okay and when you open up horizon you need to link your account and do the stuff you'll get trophies and friends hey playstation i wonder if they will do trophies on their PC games ooh yeah it doesn't seem like the type of it doesn't seem like the big benefit that they would be going for here if if they did decide to put that game out on PC now agreed list from queens i was exploring a new neighborhood the other day i saw a sign it just said vape beer while it probably meant that the store sold both vapes and beers i choose to believe that they sold beer that you can vape vape any trials yeah what beverage would you vape if you could well this is the thing right there those bars or like the k. we built a big room at the ice and then we're pumping vodka vapor into it walk around and wasted drunk i think i think really interesting at all nightmare whipsnade ah accidents fell asleep in the locker room now i'm dead de does sound dangerous shit juve eight that coca cola zero sugar terry jerry i would not i would not i would love all the fuck they already have it as i say i would love coffee but there's already caffeine vapes when i had a i if there aren't even thought about that but yeah it's posible little like when i had a roommate he bought a thing to for vaping alcohol and it was a big glass ball with a little look elaborate elaborate crackpot the big old ball little stem cumnock something that'd be in the top of a wizard sykes totally the acts at the stem immediately broke off so it it's just a ball with a tiny hole in it and you would pour the alcohol into it and then set it over a candle vaporize in there yeah yeah exactly yeah bend the spoon and put the vodka in it and yes so i tried that it sucked i i've got light headed for a few minutes yeah and then some it was like oh this feels bad and then went away i didn't go now do it again like no yeah yeah fuck this this terrible terrible terrible no thank you when we were developing the yeager cube like the complete opposite taping so i think we are on the right track with this definitely not a vapor cube it's a your cube right you decided to pass on vaping alcohol and went right back to checking it and you know you you should never drink on an empty stomach so you're actually getting full win while you're okay there's calories isn't it yeah james franco over with brad having returned with some pretty impressive footage from duma turtle i noticed that there were elements and doom you must coincide with other games like celeste and super meat boy was thinking to myself this potentially opens up a first person superman style challenge mode in the game and was wondering wondering what your thoughts are around this possibility i leaned all the way into some of that weird ass there was a game from from a couple of years ago i don't know if you played it seem speed runners from hell that i think is like a decent concept of like you can kind of nail this what do mistake but with like a fast right forming twin started a little more you know about shooting there is shooting in it but it's more about like movement movement the neum is is really focusing on that movement martha counterstrike mods built around this sort of stuff for like a day concealed yeah yeah similar i totally think that they could do something like that and it could be pretty cool i like we were talking about with savage planet you know there's a crowd out there who will not be into first person platforming at all ever in any form yeah but i think that's one way to sell it in this game for them to just lean all the way into it and let's stress these mechanics and see how hard we can actually you can do some time attack stipe type thing just like hey we built a level that's full of the stuff hyphen kill you get takes two seconds off the time ago arcade modes wasn't that far away from that in any way imagine if they had something like a course creator where you could build these little kind of snap map technology today's you'd run arena today there's no mods and the game period i didn't i'm not sure you've eternal sure sure how they're dealing with that definitely know snap at the time map abs- yeah i mean were there any mods for doom twice outside of that's not a couple of emails about winning up to luca for vancouver we'll talk about win app skins you mentioned justin frankel and wondered what he's up to these days i'm a sound designer and i can tell you that many of us in game audio don't have to wonder for for the last year or so justin and a handful of other developers have been building reaper the program i didn't know about the program i use every day to create sounds it's become incredibly popular versus the old industry standards of pro tools and a new window over the past few years for several reasons because it's cheap hot garbage on windows the way pro tools used to be it's user extensible if you know how to script and doesn't suck you into a proprietary ecosystem of USB sticks and authorizations it just works and well many of the games you played last year to say nothing of films albums and podcasts had all of their audio designed and delivered in what was once the program justin frankel developed because because he wanted a better tool for making his personal music yeah repair is weird i've tried it so reaper actually was the suggested or maybe even the only way to author music for rock band network okay they had a a reaper setup they they they're tutorial was like us reaper to do this and this and do awesome and i think i was like man every time i've tried to use reaper it's been a nightmare i'm done and did not make anything rock band network but yes ah yeah and then didn't he also do cocco us cod that's less yes so that's like a lot of live music or is that the big cross shaped fucking guitar pedal somebody else wrote in about that i'm not sure what i think it's also a company name yeah it's also company okay tacos inc founded in two thousand four that's the company that is the technically the company puts out wrca also so i guess that's just his company gotcha yeah reaper is cheap just look it up it's sixty dollars for a discounted license or two hundred and twenty-five for a commercial we might need one personal license which not that much in the grand scheme of course studio is actually really in that price range also there's there's definitely like good windows music making tools that are affordable these here's the other one app email from aaron in florida you guys we're talking about when it happened last week show in a gave me weird flashbacks i wasn't old enough to ever use win a buddy it was my dad's ads favorite player going to say right now the reading the line went was my dad's favor please never made me want to hang it up more what about wind play three talk by the MP three players that truly mattered you would make these mix tapes or i'm sorry mix cds for car trips but every single single one ended with an eighteen second track of wind up it really whips the llamas ass every trip every cd for over a decade okayed etched in my brain and i never even got the joy of using the place fired MP3 what i'm hearing here is that your dad is a gigantic dork yeah it sounds like a great dad i want you want to be a dork i am a there you go did you ever heard like oh shit william win app yeah it was included in the wow opened win app it would play that for the first time also never appreciated how much that delivery of win at up at the beginning sounds like morning zoo crew radio they clearly went to sunday on radio prep service station intro type stuff's and it's weird like that's just a thing wesley willis said in a song like the like the gets that's okay so weird all weird that is quite odd and i said okay should this be the last email probably probably looking at it probably should it's from merrick in charleston south carolina has jeff been keeping up with the free xbox avatar trash forget twitter profile icons full-body xbox avatar anime wear oh yeah assu- dislike and just read you some of the names of these avatar items that he sent in anime katana hat w anime annemie hero p shirt be anime gamer sniper black shirt chernoff if you eyeball t-shirt yeah it is totally a gamer t-shirt of anime lady with a sniper rifle great great deals you in the game she kills you in real life i don't want that anime gamer sniper shirt that's great is a bad that the avatar stuff even existed like they ended up rebuilding he building they relaunched that whole thing and i feel like it's totally invisible if you don't go looking for it now anything else on the xbox pie they have they've made it they've made real improvements to the my games and apps yeah game enumeration or whatever i also heard that also they've rebuilt that like they moved around mixer and all that shit there's been photos going around for awhile of rebuilt dashboard like a home screen but none of that stuff has made it out of the previ- rings yet i would like to see that stuff while the xbox one still is relevant oh sure hopefully to commence here all right calling it on the emails that is it all right jan shaking his head down there was no that's it what does it no more stories of your dorky dad's amp trump funding playlist or if your dad yeah yeah return to four on the show this week we back we'll be here today we'll we're here today doing h. after show true immediate and immediately after it was after the after the bomb cast on wednesday last week it was just more after yeah now at any shows an after show any show is a pre show true stay tuned for the pre show coming up right after this yeah yes all right matt 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I brought it up. I was like you know at some point. I got this grand theft. World dot com. You are l. I'd like to launch it and bring all these people are getting sensor all my colleagues together on one spot on site and one of them goes. Hey you sure you own that. I was like why. Because it's available. So i went upstairs. I bought it back. Because i guess i'd let it lapse and then it went back to the open market. Luckily i got it back. We develop the site. And there's probably thirty five or forty independent liberty minded media producers. Who you and. I probably know the the bulk of them I know most of them in person and others. I just admire their work and think it needs to be showcased them preserved in a way and i'm also interested in getting the grand theft world dot com backed up to the f s. Because it's not just about my work. It's a collection where we're piping in. Rss feeds from burma's and lucrative hausky and dan dick's and you know a whole plethora of people who do solid work on a consistent basis to defend freedom and liberty in this country. So okay okay. I i wonder i wonder though that virtue grow said ips. I if you open that box so we've been talking about it for years now. People are just catching onto the fact that you say these letters before it was just noise but now they have meaning. Yeah no. I've been meaning. I how much as i can This is what's the update on. That just happened last few days. I just told james last night. It's getting to where we dan dixon and he's been purged in and demonetized in flame thrower word. And you know whatever. Okay and i look at this and i'm going well i p who's there and i it's not about. Who's there is that you have the content available to make it available to anybody time anytime it's there then. We need search. That's that's what's really going to change everything the meta data like when we pulled. Corbett report is all on l. Formatted on ipm as that. We have and course ourselves and everything. But you go there and meditating. You know the title in the summary and the graphic and you can still format that and put that in any way you want. Well the information is pinned on your own node your own server and then it's replicated. Every time it's requested he goes faster. It doesn't slow down. It goes faster than more popular. It is well. This is what the concept is. I'm going we need to have our survey because if you go on male champ you know deleted took away his ability to communicate by email dan dick's they took it and they have his database. And i'm going. This is just stupid. We are acting so stupid because we're depending on these platforms stop so i talked to kingsley edwards over at float. What we're doing. They've been doing a lot of customization for us and different things would make donna's life easier like the live streaming you automatically post and so on and you know some other features that we need and says sitting there staring at wheels for you know you. Low fifteen twenty hours a video a week. You're staring at wheels all time and especially if you don't have good connection so i'm going to all right if we loaded to our own. Ip f s servers that. We have here on the bus. Then it copies or we can admin straight to our ip s server in canada that we have agra's hosting and he's installing right now sixteen terabyte drive okay. That's you know for us to you. Know and everybody that we care about. Like neil richard rose so we put all that on there and then i do these different platforms so i talked to kingsley. And i said look if i create where it's formatted in such a way that You guys work with us and it. I don't have to enter it into float and bit shoot and all these others that we do it on our own. Ip f s nodes which makes it available to everybody everywhere. Anyway we have search on it that we can And it speeds up when it gets popular that all the content providers are storing and serving their own content. Would you be willing to work with derek your team so that it populates flow to camps that you're pulling it from our node that we don't have to enter it on float it pulls we own it's there and that becomes the seed the pin for all the social networks and starting with float. You do that. You have a token sale out. Now i guarantee by the end of the year. We have this developed where we keep all our own data automatically post and our accounts on float you are the man and the man over there we do some whip ass and he's like Yes so en- derek working on that now so what's going to happen is all this content that we have we post our own. Ip server which makes it available and quick and pinned and distributed to everybody and that becomes the feed and some kind of an api that goes to the social networks so when they go down when youtube goes down like it did for almost an hour yesterday last night. That doesn't matter because the hashes go to our network and they can suck it. Are you in richard man. I'm encouraged to hear that kingsley's talking to derrick about that some keenly interested to see what they come up with currently I don't have that exact framework setup. But i have the option the upload wants and put it many places from that one upload or i can just published a youtube and put it on bit shoot and d and Library yeah the scripts are being done for that. See what happened if you go to. You could do it right now. Pull it up. Go to site pens dot net. Sat ep s dot o. You don't have an extra computer i can't. Oh my god. I don't have you. Don't have enough computers sitting there. You can't do it the Cyprian's dot net and you'll see this is just the beginning hub that derek created Start pulling stuff over and scripts that we did to pull over all the youtube and everything for everybody. You'll see freedoms feed thirty thousand videos that we save. Then we got you know. We are changed and corbett and dan dick's world alternative media bros. There's a bunch. More of that. I think is on there. We did that like summer of nineteen now pulled all these over so when these guys go. Hey i lost my earning. do you happen to have. Maybe i do. Maybe i don't know we gonna give me you know. Give me crap all the time. Now you need it you know so this is was the beginning of it and it's to show how you can just do a raspberry pi two terabyte external drive. And you're done. I'm telling you richard this. Is it certainly like this. Luke is that. Lisa's hi lou. You could see you. You can't oh man. You're so big now big boy. It's good to see you luke or you know what richard he. He is your father anyways. I got him a shirt. Did that line. Luke i am. Your father got home from Tommy boy more strange. He's not installing. Know that i was a word days. Awesome awesome awesome. He's got up there as we're gonna get caught out more with randi as predicted. All this stuff. We have some good news. The indictments against also in the district of maryland were dismissed with prejudice. Meaning they can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge ever made that ross engaged in murder-for-hire. This was a serious allegation. At roles oprah denies it was never prosecuted or ruled on by a jury but was trumpeted by the federal government and the media. As if it were proven fact. The maryland court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning. Ross's case and leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in ross's appeal to the supreme court the fact that the judge used these allegations to give her all draconian sentence of double life without parole violated his sixth amendment. Right to a jury. Trial judges are required to issue sentences based on convictions. Decided by a jury not unproven. Allegations never even charged at trial. Although this is a positive development that dropped indictment will not set rolls free now. A presidential pardon is ross is only hope of freedom. Sign the petition at free. Ross dot org free. Ross dot org join liberty minded. Volunteers anarchists and libertarian from june. Twenty eighth through july fourth for fork fest. Twenty twenty one at rogers campground in the beautiful white mountains of new hampshire fork. Fest happens the week after the porcupine freedom festival and forecast is decentralized which means no one is in charge that also means. 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The answer. what's the question you're listening to ernest hand cough and richard grow tragedy and hope spelled out and tragedy and hope dot com now. What i wanted to do. We got kind of caught up with each other and doing stuff and being somebody but You predict this you know. There's consternation i mean you know. Nothing surprises me anymore. So did you vote really hard. How how hard you vote you know. I'm a big believer in voting for nobody so i did not vote. I haven't voted since two thousand and four last candidate for any political office iran. I voted for was michael bat narc. Who was the libertarian candidate. For president of these united states in two thousand four. I agreed with that political philosophy and i agree with his political philosophy today because he is a graduate of my course quite often now so he convinced me through learning on my own not. He didn't tell me not to vote. But once i understood things and compared how things should be to reality. I understood that my voting was very much like a kid in the back of the with a pretend steering wheel pretending. I have something to do with how the parents are driving car. The steering wheel that we are grabbing in voting is not connected to the wheels are and domestic policy. Don't have any like keep pounding on that little horn you know. We've found a carter. They take away your horn. not allowed. Okay so the have you been paying attention to you. Know the recounts and the numbers and who in the fraud. And you know. Pete i mean you know how much you paying attention. I've been watching it like slow motion car wreck at like three hundred frames a second. There's a lot of things to take in any given day. I listened to the claims. that giuliani makes. We'll see what comes of that. I listened to how the left can just dismiss any claim by saying no. There's not like leslie stahl sixty minutes. That didn't happen. No he's not she's just like she's gas lighting them so whether or not that person doesn't understand or they they're but they're trying to convince you of unreality okay. Now we're hearing that a lot of gas lighting now. I've despite that movie day wayne to people with that means all right so There was a husband and This movies from the fifties. It's called gaslight its features ingrid bergman and she's the like well there is a play four eighteen hundreds or something. I mean based on something right. I'm just going from the cinematography. Okay okay i think it might have even been a hitchcock films. But the point is. There's a psychologically battering the wife and to make her think these realities they were putting her situations and then just lying to her about the environment so there was a pro like there. There is other other someone else in the building and they would turn on the gas and her life would go down but they would be like no. It's not so that's where the term comes into the public vernacular. It might have a longer history but it basically says trying to convince people of unreality that you are you may or may not believe as a gas lighter. I don't know what they do not side but it comes down to that experiment. Where if you're in a room and everyone says two plus two equals five after awhile. You'll start to agree with that to go along with the group. That's the idea political propaganda psychological warfare behind gas lighting and so Leslie stahl when trump said you know biden's under investigation a lot of evidence she's like no there's not no he's not that was debunked. Just yeah just like that's wishful thinking and and when they say there's nothing to any evidence is say how. How do you know. Have you examined the evidence. Are you a judge. Are you part of the legal system. Otherwise you have to let the adults working out buddy and stop claiming there's no evidence right. That's a claim. Even claiming. No evidence is a client in the affirmative. That saw thing doesn't exist when possibly it does or if you haven't checked out yet see a big problem is on one side. You have people willing to read and look into stuff and on the other side. You have people making assumptions and judgments prior to investigating the claims or observing. The evidence and a bunch of people over history have claimed this to be the root of ignorance. But i think aristotle said it best he said Observation or judgment judgment prior to observation is the epitome of ignorance. And that's what. We see being pervaded news every day. Is this assumption pervade as reality and that gets people in a lot of trouble historically they don't they don't care they're advocating for a mind screw of whatever the hell they want and the big thing that they're doing they won't wear you down. I've seen this before. We went through this with the gore Bush year in two thousand election. And it just drags out. Drags out drags out and get you to mentally exhausted. You go look man just just pick. I don't care don't make any difference to me. i don't care this one. you need to care. This is going to be long time. Perpetual if trump loses eads not president. I was looking forward to was if he lost last time. We're going to have trump tv. I get trump tv truck movie and trump the lunchbox and trump. The i mean whatever you know. So it'll be there'll be some fun baseball's yeah he's the flame thrower kids love it so they're not going to be Sitting on their hands and this is there. It's kind destruct. Nation thing that's gone but the mistake is that surrounds an individual or a brand. You know this is the mistake. But i don't know how else to convert into you. Know general knowledge. And what do you think's gonna they them those new world war. Oh you're saying biden wrote an article about how he lows hymns new world order. What was that in. Nineteen ninety-two biden. Penned an article called or titled. How i came to love the new world order and This vote for him but president not making any claim other than he wrote an article. And you can look it up and read it. Oh man i so what's gonna happen. You know how you see this thing know coming you know. All of a sudden a whole biden wins and we got a cure. Everybody just take it all cure. We're all good. Then the top guy in the sell sixty percent of stock at i. You know what i'm going to. These guys are openly corrupt. Yeah welcome to the adult world. There's adult topics to be talked about like how there's a bunch of people that are corrupt. Running i have you remember the james bond movie where inspector had that fish tank and they to fish they fight each other and then the third fish comes in and after the other two fish too tired to mess around and fight back for themselves. That's what civil war does civil war is never about right side versus left side. It's about the third side that put those two sides at each other. So it could take the spoils. That's what it's about an eighteen sixty one according to solomon dirac child in his personal letters back to his family. He's like north and south will extinguish each other's resources. And there will be no victor right. The still there's people playing the game of politics and they're not playing against each other. They're playing sides against each other. Ab like instead of playing a grandmaster chest Instead of playing grandmaster in a game of chess you would play two grandmasters against each other and then take the spoils from whatever whoever wins the game. You would organize that event. What they're doing they're organizing a big event. They don't necessarily have to control each and every piece of it because overall chaos despotism tyranny or already built into the hawk. Exactly what. I wanted to talk about how it's built. This is what. I've been finding out travelling the country and going doing. Are you know. Little meets an teach. People make signs and having activism and everything. The problem community is it's all down at the local level but their biggest opposition is not so much the local guys wanted to be how communist can be but It's county it's county by county by county by county when you have. Supreme court in michigan says no you seven zero. You're in violation of the -mergency. Whatever you're doing. Oh and by the way for that. Emergency laws unconstitutional anyway. Oh newsom california. You're a scumbag piece of crap. You can't just do any well. It says right here. I get police powers of. I'm gonna watch me use them. You know well we say you can't have says right here. I can't. I can't and when you know it's so confusing out there. But even when they go after the state what happens it goes down. They just say okay. If i can't do it. The county's can the county health director county shiny badge. Clipboard of somebody's gonna say and make an you got your license permit of you're not allowed and it's county by county by county and it's done under sustainable development of whatever the hell it is the infrastructure is all ready there. So how do you undo it. You gotta endow techniques as they got cornered into all this even dealt by technique artificially limiting your person high when we come back delphi going into break you get you get some port right when we start music. I write this down that del by technique and we hear about it a lot but to we see witnesses. See at put an actress award in ya. Well kids here. We'll be right back from the third letter of captain. Mark the crown's observation conditions us to be dishonest with ourselves. Therefore constant surveillance produces a society of constant deception. Honest communication is the seed of civilized conduct to deny the seed to deny us. It's fruits but the crowns. Primary objective is to stifle breath. 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There are those that just want to be left alone and those that just won't leave them alone. which one are you in. are you the ernest handcock show. Show where the richard grosvenor. I i wanna do the delphi. Thing just wanted you know. Make sure we get this in. He has a ton of money which is a class or you know. Get your mind right and learn some skills and some you know personal development stuff and confidence and you've got you know competence and and experience and things and and you you have a rep. What was it is Yeah you get you build self esteem based on actually do stuff. You got confidence in doing things. Like man camp. That j does well. This is kind of intellectual man camp for autonomy. And what happens. Is you all of a sudden. Find out what you can do. He takes the best to that puts them into a consulting thing and they're out kicking ass and making some money. You know because. And i tell you what i do need and you guys doing. Some marketing stuff is when we get it set. It's not yet when we get it because our traffic keeps going up while everybody else is taking a dive in deep platform. We didn't depend on that so we're like three times what we were even two months ago. So i'm going on and on enough. But what i wanna do is the s nodes that we can feed into social media and all that needs to be marketed. James corbett has been really big about pushing people. It's when you do you know. Corbett report dot com. That's a number. It's an ip number. Well what happens when they take the name away associated with that number they go. We don't like you and we ban that okay but you still have the numbers just to address your server so you promote that. We start doing that. Well the i could be kind of the same thing. it's gonna be a totally different internet. Three point kiss my butt of the people when that happens and we're ready and we you know there's something to promote and how i won't richard and friends and say it's time so get ready to get get your mind wrapped around out. Okay help me make fiction again but we could also help you formulate a course around that knowledge so you could spread it to other people and they could do likewise and freedom could proliferate. Wait on you now to weigh in on you gotta do everything i can do to get up and do the frequency delphi. Give me definition of this technique that they're doing delve is a structured communication technique developed by the united states army in the mid twentieth century. And when they use it on you it's limiting your comparison and contrast to come out to a predefined result. But it's supposed to make it seem like you came up with that result and that's what you wanted. So it's part of psychological warfare and then it's used to run agenda twenty one you know. Sustainable cities meetings all over the country. It's used to weed out dissent and bring in ideas that they've already decided on and make people think they're coming up with those ideas. As an example. The delphi technique was used in developing common core. Common core was developed by some people with some serious -ociety ties. I'll just leave it at encore. Was bush education thing. it's now globally. It's all over the it's all over the world. Tell people what they. They went into states and made the people think that they were the ones creating the curriculum but they weren't the delphi. Technique is using those types of situations. They have a predetermined outcome. They want people to buy into it. They doubtfire techni technique. People of their freedom comment did this integrity. They did this with the children's brains their minds and common core was to have. I mean they sit there and just told you what it was in the middle of the freaking sentence common core curriculum. It's just everybody you know. No child left behind. We're going to get them all so this has been so it came down to where a lot of the states. I remember the argument. We need to have our own own and the steam valve was creating charter. Schools or l. private schools got us a lot and homeschooling took off. And it's because so. Who's in this common core thing. Well it's the government schools so and when they did this lockdown in they started shutting down the schools six more twelve. Grandchildren are like we're homeschool. Now they're done they're out. I i is that a blowback. They think they anticipated or not. It's a temporary blowback that they anticipated in their long term strategy is eventually to make being parents illegal. They want the kids raised directly by the state and parents are pesky like Intermediaries they're monitoring or online class look eighteen nineteen thirty two brave new world. Chapter one is huxley saying the state grows the people. There are no more parents right. It would be illegal and they're going to say it's too dangerous too expensive for you to have kids and the states just gonna produce and give to you. Maybe you can be a custodian of the state's child. They're just they're twisted man. they're empty hollow. And they don't have any love they controlled loss through fear because i think they're controlled through fear. The people who are leading us as far as the the globalist and the people doing all these illegal things and things that are deleterious to our freedom. They're not wholesome happy well-balanced people okay and they're not smarter than we are but they are more ruthless. They are more running. they are more maquiavelian. And as long as people keep saying that doesn't exist nuts conspiracy theory and giving themselves an excuse not to do any reading or not to familiarize themselves with that which exists here in reality. It's gonna get worse before it gets better. They're gonna take their shiny badge and beecham. Well that's an idea that the badge has power it used to be an actual shield that they protect themselves with them and then they shrunk it down. Early still does the same thing because it's a mental game so when you get your mind straight then you got a chance to get your life straight so aside from autonomy Grand theft world dot com. Every day it's being piped full of all the liberty producing people that are being sensor mall over the place and they don't have you. Youtube will bring in their library. If they don't have library will bring in their to or their bit shoot. Freedom has to exist in the future from my perspective. That's that's not compromisable so order for it to continue to exist. We have to proliferate these ideas of learning and intellectual self-defense. critical thinking and coach communication skills. Otherwise we're always going to be at odds in a conflict which at the end of the day benefits are opposition. Grand theft world dot com. I'm just pulled it up here with a bunch of puzzle pieces zoro's dr. Yeah what the hell man. County attorney district attorney thing. I could see it. You know the guys who who turnament. Who's going to prosecute you know what's he bought off the da's like it's a big deal source set aside according to the new york times. Nineteen billion dollars for his endeavor to mess with our reality. What have we put up for our side like he's buying off. Da's he's like it's it's a big deal so if you think that that nineteen billion doesn't buy any influence in this country. Really underestimating your opponents. Okay so who who curates grand theft world. Who who does that. Who decides what goes where. How and How fresh where setting it up. So it kind of curious. But i will have some editors who are doing like fine tuning but what we're doing is basically bringing in people's espy's untouched so we're looking to bring in more meta data for some of them but some of the widgets and plug ins or already doing like a pretty good job of bringing things over from talking about with the ip afs nodes going in stuff fight. See i remember eight. I'll plug into that site so my thing was. I don't wanna have to go to all these different sites. Although my friends work now that they're scattered to the wind. Let's put all their work on one site that i could just go to. And then they can use it to promote their work to if they don't have their own web page use grand theft world dot com and your section on there to promote whatever. You want the right. That's why i'm feature in so many you know so many Prolific minds work on their. This this is what i saw in about nine. Ten when wordpress started becoming a thing We would see different sites. We got you know a big jump in sites that lincoln or something you know on different metrics and what it was is somebody created a widget that pulled. Rss feeds from friedman's phoenix that went into section on their wordpress website. It'd be like you know the top. You know like a miniature version of phoenix with a ten headlines or something like that you know we have these kind of widgets feeds that they can take and just put on their own web pages and i've yet to get 'cause i'm i'm i tell you i'm really. I'm really encouraged. Finally by this ability for us to maintain our own nodes. That then can be into what you're doing here. This is it. This is the future of news at the perspective and then that's content providers and the problem that we're having with all these you sit there watching it spin forever. You know loden stuff fine take it from a load mind at sitting there and then you take it. It's just exactly what you're doing here. I'm tired of me. You know building your platform you want to build it for myself. Make it available cool. But i got in. The mail belong our own network of suck. So i'm he were in the main no more minds. We've locked together. I get it. You know i will help you but what you people do right now ren music grand world on hosted grand theft. World dot com. Yep yep yep. Yep i knew richard saw so we're going to do with archival drive back red camper group for ninety be l. r. n. don. Fm's free to air satellite feeds blanket. Most of two continents. It was my goal to put our channel there. So people without internet could receive our programs and feed pirate radio stations as our contract with our satellite providers. Coming up for another three year renewal. I have to consider calling it quits. It's rare that we get feedback or support from our satellite users. We started a fundraiser. A few years ago though there are a bunch of great contributors to it as of this recording. 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Fernandez it will be the first woman and latina to ever represent northern new mexico in congress in new mexico's second congressional district republican that herald defeated the democratic and coming to win her first term reporting the state. We should note that despite the gains women still will represent less than a quarter of the seats in the house. The senate c. n. b. c. reports president trump that would top election advisers wednesday as his chances for reversing an apparent win for president elect joe biden and the race for the white house looked increasingly ting. Wednesday's meeting came as nbc news reported. There is growing expectation among trump's advisers. He will never could see that. He lost a biden. Even rebels are certified in coming weeks around the country. A top aide told nbc. Do not expect him to concede likely say something like we can't trust the results but are not contesting them election officials across the usa. There is no evidence of illegal votes helping. Joe biden win the twenty twenty presidential race. Mike bowen reminds us. President trump and some allies are still floating. Those baseless claims governor christie. No must staunch trump supporter is among those echoing sentiments from his camp. University of south dakota political scientist. Julia hellwig says on the surface people might view what's happening as typical behavior in the past. Four years and thinking. We'll go away with biden assuming the office but she says there could be a lasting effect. Democracy doesn't just disappear. We don't just turn a switch but we know from our studies of democracies that it's sort of slow chipping away of erste normative behaviors and then institutional procedures. Hellwig says democracy is more than casting your ballot. She notes the bar should be much higher including up. 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Heads it it really makes you appreciate what we can do. Restoration not only keeps sediment and debris out of local waterways that supply drinking water but also can prevent store runoffs and damage from flooding. This is mike clifford for public. New servicemember. Illicit supported her on great radio. Stations across the nation and viewed on free speech tv. Not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred years we have these machine and after a century of lord i remember that we still let us make them fear to what are you. What are you. Pay your freight. I'm i'm i'm i'm not because i you know it's not that i don't care is just like it's i see. It's like crocodile. Dundee in the second movie goes the you know. Talk to him about this kind of stuff. You know out acquitted between Political factions. And he goes you know it. Sounds like to fleas arguing over who controls the dog. That's what i see. I'm going you know when the people just got stint aren't gonna put down my beer in the flies gotta die. I mean you know. I'm and it'll it'll go whichever way the winds blowing is all about trying to limit your options and you may choose from this or this i about i choose not to choose right you something else about that. Oh no you're not allowed. Well we're getting a big giant choice. Now now you're going to be ruled by one side or the other at and i go and it seems like who who's on trump's side. Where's that line. Who were those people. Just the people. As if it was a philosophy it would be more powerful. I think what is the philosophy. I dunno finger in the wind stopped america first. That means sean just looking for. What's what are we defending trump. You know we keep malani is first lady and you know A vodka being hot on The internet and every day. I see what she wears coming out of the daily mail. You scroll down looking for news and everything every single day. Boxx out it was she wearing. I don't care whatever so this. What are we defending. What are we. What are we hold true. I tell you the big thing is just truth. Justice american way which used to be an actor vote count so when trump. This is my rant. Frank i go through this thing turned to you. Is that if trump did not anticipate them cheating if he did not think that they were go to whatever ends to win that they didn't you know we're going to make up votes count votes. All the laws passed you know facilitated this there get whatever numbers they needed over. How many weeks to insert the process. We found here and got a postal stamp. I mean oh we get this little rubber stamp here in san came from okay. We'll do that. You know what would you think it was going to happen. If he didn't set up a sting if he didn't have you know law enforcement milt whatever for elections in america because it's a national security issue if it wasn't seen as a national security to merica defending us against all enemies foreign and domestic if he didn't do it he doesn't deserve to be president but maybe he did. What do you think frank i. Well i mean you just threw a whole bunch of topics big meta topic one topic or one time. Secure the vote beaumont's a bunch of soup what you would look at is frank camboriu red meat to get me going. I'm not taking that bait right now. Right too much for saying saying what that i agree with you. If he sat back and just twiddle his thumbs and just allow them to take it Did nothing i absolutely i. I don't know what the heck he was waiting for. You obviously didn't want it that bad. I told you last time. There's no way in hell that he did that now. With that said does that mean that he did the disposal to on special order. More code and all I don't know. I don't think so. I think that's another cunanan deal. I certainly wish that would be the case but the problem is that the election process is by design. It's so specialized it's it's it's it's it's a disseminated amongst all these different states and and localities and you know each state can can do its own way is the tenth amendment At the same time it does keep away. National fraud Not to get too much to talk about today but one of the problems i'm hearing is that some conservatives are saying well you know let's not make let's not let the let let me have the left riot and you know i don't think it might be enough to battle for trump and i don't think we should be winning in the courts you know. Maybe we should just let them have it this time and we'll fix it for next time now. Even i sound like ernie hancock hearing well. We'll just fix it for next time. Even i kind of went ballistic all nap. Because it's not gonna be a next time for a bunch of reasons but nevertheless nevertheless it's like it's like if you're going to Anyway my my point is is that is that these these the there might be a watermark issue. Because it's so different from state to state so you couldn't put a watermark paper and make each state. We need county use the same ballot in my opinion. And of course you know. That's with ballots since some some or our our our our Electron ick the mail in ballots are all different. Pennsylvania had the had the supposedly privacy envelope with with with the thing went into so many different the differences. I doubt it was to that level. However i confident that he sat there. He's had attorneys all involve. I told you about between jay segula and rudy. Giuliani deals with mobsters rudy. Guiliani but i mean to pick. He's he's got. Giuliani got guiliani himself. Dealt with dealt with fraud and the and the mob tearing. So you've got people who i dealt with the federal mob at that that that that we're up against and so i believe course. Trump is taking this on. I think he set up a probably traps with things. i think. one of the traps if nothing else With the media right now is he sat back. He's allowing the media to say. Oh there's no fraud those no offers nothing. There's nothing to see here. And he's just letting them pound away and and big and didn't dig themselves deeper dish at the a ditch. There's nothing there's nothing there and then of course all comes out and of course it's going to be quite a bit for them to say that there is nothing here i mean i mean just the most blatant a kind of impropriety to begin with which not to get bogged on this again. It's simply that. How many states stopped counting When everyone went to bed the same states that you won last time controlled by democrats. And that's never happened before. Not one state has ever stopped counting in any election. I've ever heard of and look actually look that up but has five or six states all do at the same time the saint states that trump was pretty much leading in and then and then and then all the sudden he's donald show up so just that alone is enough of a reason to question these results not to mention numerous things that all of us question them want. I question them they go. Yeah well they. Here's the rules. We changed the rules to where we get to count them for however long after as long as they're postmark before here you get post a bolster worker going nervous. You know how many you need this. Many okay fine. We're just stamping them. November third you know and then we got to count them because that's how you get them from that side of the line to the sideline once they go from this side of the line to go in there to count. How do you pull them out. Then you got the court saying oh you got all these other you gotta stop county or segregate all these new ballots you through into the system to get them cross the line they gotta go in that pile over there okay. We did pinky. Swear you know i'm good. How are what earning. There's we have a whole show in an after show. We can start going over the legalities. I've done a lot of work to try to explain the different acts on different fronts. What does this if you're answered everything is it just doesn't matter it doesn't matter i just won't bother but the point is i prepare for the show and then and then on the response doesn't matter and then and really. I guess the show doesn't matter but my point is frustrating. Because what i what what's going on is is you're asking about. But what the spite is. It's trying to pull some sort of rule of law a constitution and the rule of law behind it and it seems that this whole country is so is so jaded for so many different ways that it's like the whole country just wants to give up and third their hands up and i feel like that the conservatives were trump wing are jodi foster in that share with shaking violently. And maybe we're the ones that are super at after. Doing jim connected today. This i tell you the music is going again here. You come back. We'll be right back. We'll go go into archive. Virgil we get a break here. Frank swain. i haven't been from the sixth letter of captain. Mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions. Unfortunately the crown presses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished years ago but the crown still claims to own us. 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He has been watching freaking too much television. He's reading too many. You know Papers it's all the comments on its facebook and everything. I can feel it and i'm going i just sit back and i'm going. Yep they're out in this. People are more aware that this is. What's gonna it's gonna get going to get fixed for next time. Probably not going to know it. Probably them what you know. So i i am much more encouraged by biden being there as an illegitimate in the minds of way. More enough people that this government is illegitimate. Dad is freaking win for me if trump gets in again. There's gonna be another half saying it's illegitimate So i went again hall. So this is I'm looking for trump to convince me that you know he knew what was going to happen. He documented it. And oh my goodness somebody went to jail. So i'm and these testifying. These hearings getting mccabe. These guys go up. You know ted cruz. I have no of but you know for them to slap these guys around. Get him on. Record the sad. I wanted to say it so now what where are we at. Well i thought no. I i you know we had an interesting intro but No i'm pretty optimistic of of where this go. I still think trump will be president For what it's worth Under the country we've divided got trump and biden each fighting. Be president over country. Economists about to go to craft either fighting over that. Yeah here's a wheelhouse. Titanic you take the data. So i just i'm not i'm not lost on all of them And i will admit. I mean yeah. We will stress Despite being optimistic. Oh by the way being optimistic Just hit hit the voting site the voting site that supposedly i lost my money on Too much detail except the fact that it went all the way almost two zero. I'd employed anything out. I sold trust the trust and trump. And what's interesting is where it should zero for trump. You know to win. It has been going up every day. It's been going up every day. And now if i sell my shares i will. Actually i think make fifty one percent so just yesterday it started to break break fifty fifty fifty one fifty basically. Actually you know. I would not lose my mind. I would make fifty two percent of whatever i thought. I would be winning if i sold now. I mean that shows you as we're watching numbers go up that more and more americans are starting to wake up. They're getting past that. I hangover of the media. Thing is all done. It's all done and people are starting to kind of like the worm is turning a bit for a lot of people that's a lot of things explore on the show but the finish my comment from from earlier and the reason i was jumping on us is just the feeling i get By watching everything. And yeah i do make a mistake sometimes. Watch you too much. 'cause i i've always tried to eat my own pudding of listing all sides and trying to listen to all sides now when we're su- literally in the mouse genome of an information war. I mean it's what infowars without shows always predicted. We are in historic times. Where the entire media's breaking down. Everyone assist saint. People are scattering fox. News is destroyed. People going to newsmax. And over here in france phoenix. And i mean i mean you just all sorts of some nation of decentralisation been formations collapsing around us. Which by the way predicted on your show that has threatened to look back on the left as literally the death knell of what we know of as media but north from you to watch everything it's so overwhelming and comments and people trying to i think people don't knows much with the issues that i it's all a cyanide you waste is the whole thing society of my thing is this. I guess what's been frustrating is is You have people who would know who are in government who are corrupt and the swamp and they don't care about the rules sprite. Then you have the media that is ignoring the rules and don't care then you have. The average average sheep will between democrats and and just the average person out there who don't even know what the rules are right. There have been taught in school with the rules. Then i have libertarians. Who know the rules better than anybody can quota. Who just then don't even care about them because they're not gonna bothering with them. They're just sitting back watching the whole thing laughing at it. And then you've got then you've got trump supporters that got a lot of republicans who just feel so disenfranchised and so let down feeling that the rules don't even matter anymore and they feel like you know about the slink away and go off the montana and give up and then what you have left is a small contingency that i feel times of what you might call the trump supporter or the cool drinker from some people might think which is unfair to say the people that are holding on for everyone else. Jodie foster in that shaking of the spaceship sitting there just things violently shaking and we saw like we're the only ones trying to alter the rules and the rules that are sitting there there and now of course you know and and and people are getting mocked at for it or or ignored or they don't know and if this turns into the courts simply by following the rules furring out the votes that don't were not legal following the rules completely and if trump wins this legally which i think he will then at that point points the left thinks that that that's considered a coup the actually follow the rules all the way through that is kind of the existential problem and the ultimate you know the old saying of the unmovable force hits the you know the the unstoppable the barrier. Whatever i feel like. We're at that point because like the morality tests that you took took on air left alternately. Thinks it's all about the the means justify the end if they think that there's an injustice. The rules don't matter slow sanctuary cities with with with with with the eagles. I mean they don't care about the rules when they feel in their heart that the right it doesn't matter the right however conservatives of sort of the antithesis that they will follow the rules even if even if they don't agree with it on principle befall the rules. You know the old saying is. Is that if you happen to be at a stop light at two o'clock in the morning and there's no one around you know. Republican will sit there you know with no one around in for the white to change where where where whereas whereas democrats that there in say. Well there's no one here. I don't care of the white and libertarians are story but the point is is that who exactly and that's kind of what i feel here is that we're at that point where we're the left is just not even caring about it in the white is is trying to follow completely but if the left never cares about the rules and don't even know about them but when the if the this is why you keep the rules then we have complete chaos and there's people in the right willing to give this up not because they don't want riots and capitulate which i think is the one i'm saying wither on the right or left your politico. You don't care about the rules. Anyway they count on people. Well are you law abiding. You're going to be law abiding be the law abiding and the very people saying that you gotta be law abiding or the ones violating the law. Do what they want while you're being law abiding so this is when you give government the power and certain things to do things they're going to do it you know. Or even if they don't have the authority they got this badge in shiny. Whatever nurtures gonna do whatever the hell they want to do to support. They them those that got him in office. I'm telling you the whole concept of the system is wrong to put rules on. It is a frequent waste of time. We're going to have a rule that we're gonna have ballot access. Never rule on you know voter acts or whatever and then we have some Professor yesterday guy sent me a thing that was A professor saying legal votes are racist just like illegal. Aliens is racist. You know all that legal votes. You're you're you're being racist because illegal ones. You're tributing dab dab what it just makes us crap up as they go along and then you spend the time in waste countering what i don't freaking care argument as get down to the fundamental of what this election should really be about. I just needed to be active handing convinced me. That voting feeds even what they say. Yeah now now that he will. 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Because i need somebody to defend if he's not there to defend merck grayton defend. The election defended defend against the scumbag. Defend what the hell it good is he so he better be well. Yeah i remember By the way if you're listening live we had a nice conversation about Adopt trump little bit being a counterpuncher and this delay. That's going on tall. It his his Trooper out lay it out so you might wanna check out in the archive. But i'll tell you. I think i think for a lot of to earn his is. It's like at the last at of a clint eastwood movie. You know the the the talian spaghetti western. I mean you've got this corrupt town. Remember this whole thing was not about building a wall. Really put trump in was the swap and kids of this building up right. it's been more. There's many reasons aways which got to this point number two outline that many in another segment here. I listed all this out. Health everywhere that we're at today or not taking anything for him way from krupp republicans but it's it's left in many ways since watergate that has led to this moment and then they just keep changing rules and doubling down bad mistakes and lying and whatever and keeps having an outcome and a reaction from americans but keep have led to this critical mass moment. But the thing is that swamp remember. How many people voted for trump. the did the hail mary not because of building the wall. But because of hillary clinton those emails and that whole situation not just the emails could watching the government cover for her blatantly and the end the pizza gaetan the epstein stuff that we knew years before before our democrat friends ever heard of the guts. I mean all of the stuff that we've been watching and god knows everyone listening to me to go on with fifty hundred your other scandals and things that are building up for years the federal reserve being one of them and we can go all day but the thing is. We've sat there when we watched this more more. People have been disillusioned forced off of mainstream media looking for other media. So it's been building building. Trump took definitely took advantage of that. He could feel the pulse of the people. So when you talk about. What's his philosophy. That the i i. I don't want to boggle in this point again but you know the point. It's not about the fed or this or that or that it's about just people like there's not even any control left of this country when the when the media and the politicians are literally wind to your face like you can just see the why and they tell you that that they'll sit there and this on the tally raining and it's gotten to that point and the hillary clinton stuff i think really put it over the edge and that is what the strain of swamp thing was so what it was like his clint eastwood coming into this crop little town. It's not well. A big town news pushing. Yeah exactly what when we come back and and all what happens when you come into a new town. They don't want you there. They don't want a new sheriff in town. you know. Granted clinic eastwood. It was silent Trump's a little bit noisier the net pretty comes in all the whole system stablishment fights back right and they start doing all kinds of shenanigans and rescue friends and the door when all of his happened the trumpets. Let somebody clint eastwood movie. And the thing is that then. He's got us keep fighting back and fighting back and you're rooting for the underdog to take out this corruption. That is so desperately and builds in bills and so towards the third act. You know the the bad guys make their final push and that's what's happening right now. A final push and you're sitting there now awaiting because the half was not to be a movie but in the movie find out they. Clint eastwood had the i remember. He had the iron a fireplace. A the iron sheet under his shield blanket. Got shot and it was a piece of iron. He had their proof. I mean you're sitting there waiting for trump to show that with the watermark or something else. Granted you know a bunch of legal lease and and the legal proceedings not as fancy and sexy as a cool watermark. But the point is he's going to follow the rules and the rules lead us to a complete spiel than we realize. It's not just one area. This is a group. A group effort of the west of the establishment. That's called a coup. They're the ones cream. The coup and as usual day queues. Other side of what they're doing but this coup and this amount of corruption is found whether you're correct whether trump officially windsor not it will. That is the real win. So i agree with you there but what i'm saying is i don't want trump to skill in any way if this country voted socialist find. God bless all god bless all of you and then end to the people who voted for jo jorgensen. Some some show socialist voted that the country. The country deserves it. Whatever all i want and people like myself we just want god forbid for once a legal full official count so we can finally fuel a hard on the table and see where we're at and if it really is you know if it's if it's for one side or the other point and yet the does at one account and the more they keep trying to obscure obscure this and run from it and call a bloody murder and the rest the fact that they don't want discount show. How corrupt corrupted is. Because i'll tell you what it's you're right. It's not just the win for the people vein trump's face in the crown. They want him to eat it. The only way you can stop. Trump is for him to officially ruth other words if all these votes really providing non. It's too late. They're al- freaking crap. I tell you what it is i. It's we sucked it up and now you gotta be goldberg. She gets gets up. You watched a video of her going. Well you're just gonna have to suck it up like we sucked it up and they weren't accepted results for. They want you to feel the pain they want you. They had the pay. We want you to feel the paying. 'cause you're 'cause we hate trump and i'm wondering i'm going this hatred for. He was loved to you know in civilian life. Yeah the press loves them. Tv loved them. Yeah i rated whatever. I would you like them or not. You know i. I don't care you know. So i'm just like compared to other presidents and their history and their because he's been scrutinized like crazy. I've seen the documentaries. I know all of his crap and his pussy patent of whatever the hell you know and his affairs and business dealings and you know graft would new york. You're building a new york. You're paying somebody you know just i. I don't care you know what. I mean a lot of it. I don't care about anything. I don't care anyway. But when he comes in and he's like you know. I'm gonna put my name on the line and we're going to go ahead and try and get something fixed. And when he came became president he realized that the president is not really in charge. You know it's not you as the bureaucracy. They do over the hell. They want a slow walk. Your orders through of kind of. We're not going to do it. So i just demonstrates how little the president matters no matter and but you get a bad guy in their grease skids on media authority. Tie up so there is another agenda. That's already way down the road in place of this and if it doesn't have the people in opposition to this it's not going to be opposed so if you're going to support what would you support trump being president or the investigation of the election system. So i'm like more about. I didn't really care. I don't rule me when he's in charge. And where's the badge anyway. So i don't give a crap. But i would really really now. That he's there and he's president mirka that now that he is there. He better be hammered on this election. Fraud thing could if he's not doing that. What the hell good is he you know. And it's a good point. I mean after all four years of every we've dealt with ours an airplane going over with all the four years that we've been dealing with this it could be the web's legacy is five from destroying the media being a steward. During this time it could be the whole voter fraud and the wok of of you know that your vote counts the thing that you and libertarians. Talk for a long time. That could be what four years you know what story's look back and say that is what the success of the trump presidency was so that's been exposed it but i've seen this many times before even to the point that the accounting machines you know the fact that it's not about whether we have computers counting it or not. It's which computer. Oh i feel better now so they come in with the computer and say oh well this one does it right. We we scan the image. We put hard drive. You can turn that part off. I went online. It's never gonna to until you get down to low lease count pieces of paper and it's right there on election day it's all via and they demonstrated they pass laws to make it work was made it able to do exactly what. How many do we need. Those optima crossed the line here. Stamping forever dave. Both dummy win. I you should feel a mile away. Free speech is protected on the internet. Right not always government agencies. Try to limit free speech commerce on the net. Luckily when they do the institute for justice is there to defend your first amendment right to free speech. I j helps at the first federal precedent for internet free speech in one thousand nine hundred and ever since his where to prevent unconstitutional roadblocks and cyberspace visit our website today at j. dot. Org imagine someone in your community getting in their car turning on the radio and hearing the liberty radio network you can make that vision a reality. With your own micro radio station. 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And it was such a genre here in america and just kept the westerns kind of alive. The western have come and gone. You know over the years and there'll be a spat of westerns and people that are from out of the country. I was encouraging james. Corbett's wife to watch open range with Robert duvall kevin costner. And we just want to hear a few nights ago beer. Wow that's pretty good. I said man what i steer you. Wrong man come on you know. And it's a western culture america No won't tell me. What new sticks in my craw. You know there's things worst dying your midday. i mean that kind of thing. So i'm i. I'm waiting for whether you're men. Aren't you your women aren't you you. I'm i if america doesn't support an accurate get to the bottom of we. Just hate trump. So we don't care we don't want it If that's your attitude you deserve what you get and it's not going to go well and it's gonna be fought back which is already is it's county by county by county by state by community Individual and family and when they come out with this we can separate six year olds from their family because they tested positive for covid when they start having covid camps. And they're doing this. This nazi crap. Man this is hell no. You must have line. that's it. ernie. I decided i just had someone send me. Heart sent me think from facebook. Some note from Was it It it's it's the ticket tickets ron at the main one is now if to buy tickets to an event you know you gotta have who've testing. Yeah yeah exactly. You have to prove that they actually are setting this up that in order to get your ticket you have to prove whether or not you've been vaccinated for covid nineteen now. I know the vaccine out yet. But they're actually putting that in now. You have to prove in order to be able to buy a second. Wow yeah i mean that's common all along the forget the little mask mandatory mask wearing this. I mean it's right here. It's right there and it's the founding of a leftist has no clue what battle that's going on they want wanna they want to get by design tennis me. I'm i'm i'm i'm tested looking my happen. When they did the social Credit scores china they started including it on their match dot com. You know personal profiles show my future mother-in-law how compliant and what my good z score. Is you i just. But it doesn't matter the questions. If the questions are stupid you know this is one thing you know docker. Frank had sent me this saying whether you're a libertarian. Conservative whatever and we did it on air you know if you owe a couple of weeks ago or something. I don't take the test on it just to show how stupid the questions of older thought it. Oh my god. I thought it i mean it just stupid. And which way would you like to be. Ruled this way or that i go. Where's that i don't wanna be ruled thing. You know not allowed you gotta back. Yeah but but but it does forgetting the the libertarians for this for the section here and Yeah you're trying to out. Think the person designing. I dunno earning. I do the same thing i do and i'm sure why audience does too because you know we we. Actually we like week. It's like chess playing. You can see moves ahead of what they're trying to do and wasn't that libertarians. We abhor people trying to get your brains and manipulate us. That's of what really turns us off more than anything and so so many times. Yes i put my. I have to turn my brain off when i start to do these things and just say okay the flow with the point trump report a breaks brain turned up. Okay i got one thing. I got here. It is i want you. When i don't want anything any bitty thing anything anybody right here it is you go but no no i gotta say it say you gotta do black. Market friday dot info or agress. Dr dot market is where it goes to black market friday dot info on black friday. The day after thanksgiving this is something that we set up longtime ago corden. I are pushing it. They got an address dot marketplace. That has all these different people signing up like crazy Black friday you buy something with alternative currencies. Silver got cash almost alternative. Now you know Crypto whatever something from one of these Suppliers and i go you do craigslist up by the you know the super luxury version. That's a year old. That costs half of what the new one. Isn't it three times better or what you know. Go in and alternative. Currency alternative market meet space and as in meat. And i mean you know you actually meet space somebody and do a transaction on black market friday and not go on your big giant spree of make an amazon and walmart rich again. You know if you do a black market just support that do that one day. 'cause corporate is going on about he's like you can't get people to stop. I go about one day about black market friday about that hall. So we're pimping that. And if i can get frank the by you know a black market something from somebody would turn of you know. I went on craigslist or something. Boom i win where you do. It helped me when i give me a win. Man i well. We'll we'll we'll. We'll talk about friday. do some. We'll do we'll we'll look for the time. We time we have left. I i went on to know. We're going to get the after show a little bit. I do have some numbers. Numbers and strategies of what the trump administration is looking to do. And how it's gonna pay by overly of the through the courts. I rant something. Maybe if we have time here. But i i just want to say that that morality suggests that you mentioned you know it it does bring up that the means justify the ends for the left you have to understand. That's how brain works and people in the right often are not they're more dogmatic and just simply have the comfort whether you think it's foolish or not a following the rules order or whatever it might be. I mean it doesn't mean that doesn't have the rules or laws are always proper a writer. What have you. It's just that at least we can agree to. It's like playing poker. I'm always liked the house rules for poker for vegas. But if you're gonna sit down at the table and put money in you can't be playing money and put skin in the game if the other side doesn't know the rules change on the fly. That's kind of what people feel here. And when it comes to politics is a great saying that someone had mentioned recently and they said that that basically that liberals or leftist especially but the people know laughed because the means justify the end they cheat. I mean that's the whole thing that happened that she i mean it's nothing else i've been. They always do not be that that up to him and they want you to put republicans are called brigade votes suppressors and they and the other problems with conservatives. But you never quite here liberals call conservatives chief you think about it. They're call a lot of things but never quite cheaters where the opposite goes but when it comes to the conservatives they don't cheat and i know i know the republicans are but in theory and fury conservatives. They follow the rules. But they play hardball with them especially people like trump and he goes all the way to the post. Sit there and squeeze out every rule. There i mean. And that's what he's shown against against the left and that's why i think this has been so so confusing and everything's going up is because republicans for years because they didn't have the the communication streams have capitulated time and time again whenever the left ignores or just blatantly cheats the rules. They just kept folding folding and fold because fox. Zen fox news said this guy wins. We just so say to the tv's favor exactly exactly always folded and donald trump comes. He's the first republican who had the law financial twitter. St no and love all public. Like the the only republican. I'm fifty who talking drove in the last hour. Nobody tall delphi's you limit the poisoning fake. Probably just your your voices keep sending you down to where they want to go and the bottom line is that i will buy whatever shiny man on. And what new california do it. He's like. Yeah i don. Fm's free to air satellite feeds blanket. Most of two continents. It was my goal to put our channel there. So people without internet could receive our programs and feed pirate radio stations as our contract with our satellite providers. Coming up for another three year renewal. I have to consider calling it quits. It's rare that we get or support from our satellite users. We started a fundraiser. 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Twenty i mike flicker when the us congress convenes in january a record number of women will be representing their states. Roz brown has our report. Republican and democratic women elected this year also will witness another milestone. when kamala harris becomes the first female and first black vice-president kelly dittmar with the center for american women and politics says november twenty twenty was a watershed year for african americans. Asian americans and other women who've long been excluded from many aspects of politics. We did have a record number of native american women who ran for office this cycle for the us house and we track that over the course of the election cycle noting the importance of that in diversifying the pool of women who run new mexico step holland democrat. Retained her seat. While democrat theresa ledger. Fernandez it will be the first woman and latina to ever represent northern new mexico in congress in new mexico's second congressional district republican you that herald defeated the democratic incumbent to win her first term representing the state. We should note that despite the gains women still will represent less than a quarter of the seats in the house and the senate. Cnbc reports president trump met with top election advisers wednesday as his chances for reversing an apparent wind for president elect joe biden and the race for the white house looked increasingly dongting. Wednesday's meeting came as nbc. News reported there is growing expectation among trump's advisers. He will never concede that he lost a biden. Even with ballots are certified and coming weeks around the country. A top aide told nbc. Do not expect him to concede he'll like we say something like we can't trust the results but are not contesting them election officials across the usa. There is no evidence of illegal votes helping. Joe biden win the twenty twenty presidential race. Might mohan reminds us. President trump at some allies still floating. Those basil's claims governor christie noma. Staunch trump supporter is among those sentiments from his camp university. South dakota political scientist julia. Hellwig says on the surface people might view what's happening as typical behavior from the past four years and thinking we'll go away with biden assuming the office but she says there could be a lasting effect. Democracy doesn't just disappeared. We don't just turn off a switch but we know from our studies democracies that it's the sort of slow chipping away of erste normative behaviors and the institutional procedures. Hellwig says democracy is more than casting your ballot she notes. 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This is mike clifford. Four public news service member illicit supported her on great radio stations across the nation and viewed on free speech tv. Another live addition of titillating. Sports till common to you from my house. My a where. I'm so rude to all my waitstaff. Ice call them servants. That's not pc anymore on say stewardess. Its flight attendant. Say waitress it is restaurant helper a little. You're not sure your wrigley challenge fall. You're all likely challenge dumb. You're an idiot. Someone's a moron night. It's called jackass trying to be more am i. Right might be off on that. I am on the air pay. Come on in and get hurt yourself at one. Eight hundred. Eight seven eight p. l. a. y. No alibis you. Ugly phyllis talk. Let's talk some sports. Like i'm getting punchy. Just a little bit in my house talking to a wall of this whole time. I've been doing this since march. I've had no return meaning in here. The music and stuff coming from dominic in san francisco. 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He's so wonderful genius ever. He's so wonderful. Chips elating sports with rick tittle key so handsome. He's a genius. A thank you for that and welcome back to the show retailer with you. All around the united states in the world on the american forces radio network as well. Let's start off talking a little. Vino that would be keno. Because we have chamie richie with us. We're quite happy out. Jimmy ritchey because Jamie is here to talk about. Sotheby's wine encyclopedia ran new out. And this is the world's most comprehensive wine guide jamie. Thanks for being on the show. When did you reach the status of a sommelier and is that an official designation or is that something that you kind of call yourself after you know what you're talking about. Well thank you very much. the The the title of samaria is again. Can be on a by various different. So many organizations or i think can be self anointed I actually run subsidies global wine business. We have oakland's in london new york and hong kong and we have a retail store and business in new york and hong kong And i've been with television for about thirty years. Joined in nineteen nineteen london. And then i moved in your twenty five years ago And so it's been a passion of mine and we're delighted to have been used of these. One encyclopedia has just Just been launched on the market and on the first full update since two thousand eleven. A very comprehensive book about every aspect of the wine of wine From growing grapes to making wine to all the regions and the great variety. So a lotta inflammation packed into one. True encyclopedia i. It's funny. At the time. I spent in england which was a lot. You know there were some apple wines and maybe a australian sarah german recently and of course french wines as well but it was mostly people would have a cleric or a radio hough. So how did you as an englishman. This great knowledge. Did you have to come to america or is it possible to get it in blighty you can get in blighty Yeah the they. In fact because england doesn't really or didn't then produce very much wine Ah it was It was really the center of the world. Wine trade wind went from france and And italy through england out to the rest of the world and that's gradually evolving but But there is a a great appreciation for wine. England doesn't produce much wine and there's a great appreciation for all different types of wine. And i would say because the english drink wine Seven days a week for lunch and for dinner They need a great variety of wine. A different price points different styles. And so it is. I've event in fact the very very Interesting market is that has an enormously diverse range of price points and a variety of reasons countries crepe from great brought. It's a very interesting place. So when i think of of course i think about the auction house. So how did they get involved from auctioning. Great wines so yes. I said it was open. Businesses being has been here since nineteen seventeen in new york since nineteen ninety four and what we wanted to do with our retail business which we saw in two thousand ten to To give people the opportunity to buy is from us. Different price points With having to go through the auction process we actually last year. We launched a range of own label wines of subsidies branded wines which are affordable wines Between sixteen and forty dollars which is very typical of the region. And the great rottie We've done that because we want to. Give people the opportunity to tie bail to by weinstein. A true to the to the region And affordable saint on. How much do you think when it comes to wine. I mean a person like yourself is gonna know but the old test of switching labels and here you have some ripple im seven eleven and then you have a bottle of rose shield over there. How much of it is mental. Or how much is the your nose and your palate can distinguish it immediately. So one look at the label is is. I don't know if a lot I think there is yeah in terms of wine. You pretty much do get the quality that you pay for it in the bottle and say yeah. That's that's nuanced and the great values less good values but generally speaking eighty s that runs the merit. I think the great thing about wine is it's very positive what we personally like to drink. It doesn't what the door to us. Licensing is what we like to drink so understanding what What that is what you do like what you don't like And then going on a journey of evolution. tastes change and evolve as we gain knowledge as we mature as we as remained can afford different things And so i think it's a fantastic journey and so you can define different wines like a white white and red was reading. And now you know if someone gives me a blind tasting on certain things Yeah i can be you know reasonably accurate without with things have come to a couple more questions by the way for jamie ritchie for the southern wine encyclopaedia. I remember seeing Online it was ruth shield chateau lafite nine thousand nine hundred sixty one and it was going for twenty thousand dollars. What is the highest price that you've ever seen a bottle of wine. Go for and the second part of the question. Doesn't they get to the point where it starts to ferment. I mean how do you know when you got to pop that cork So the ball will. I was very privileged to actually be auction. If the highest valuable of wines have been sold and that's a bottle of romanee-conti nine ninety forty five which we sold a couple of years ago for five hundred and fifty thousand dollars So that's the world record price for a single bottle of wine and And the thing that is. When is it ready to drink. So so obviously there's there's quality Yeah a very high quantity wine bottle. Yeah we lost. Many many years as long as as long as is correctly stored And yeah and then expensive wine. We'll have a much shorter evolution periods. So maybe maybe two to three years or four years And so it really does depend upon the quality level of the wine but was say is is much better for me to drink a wine while on improving phase or plateau Yeah of drinking than it is when his post is best And then i tend to lose interest and as it begins to oxidizing and play on tonight so i didn't think as There's there's There's crime and drinking wine too. Young is It's a great experience as well interesting. I'm a beer enthusiasts myself. But i you know lucky enough to spend my whole life just about an hour south of the line country here in the bay area and i do love going there and seeing the symmetry of the vineyards and the spanish architecture and all that but we have seen so many new wineries pop up and a lot of people are just growing grapes to sell to venter's as well with the It seems like everyone has a craft beer now. And i'm not a big fan of ninety percent of craft beers. What about all these new wineries. Are you a fan or are they doing it wrong or can we make such a general statement. I think we can make a general statement. I think most people who get into the wine business and for the love of of of the wind of making wine and and and they're trying to make something that's good and enjoyable. I think we just nbc files and we've seen them an evolution away from the vague alcoholic. Powerful sort of one flavor solid lines to more nuanced elegant subtle lines. And i think people are trying to understand that evolution and they're trying to make veteran better ones. So i think you make that generalization. I agree with you on neget with a craft beers or with wine. We're really trying to make the transparency of the of the great variety plant in that specific site. We're doing as little as possible to get into the glasses of wine And so i think that if if that's the true aspect of it where where we're farming the vignon to get the maximum flavor vineyard into little then i think that is you know what what the aim is. And and that's certainly what we do. All our label wines as well so to to show that old thing testing transparency. Last question for you. I know i was staggered. By the fact that i saw you guys that americans just just by themselves we americans have purchased more than four point five billion with a b. also of wind just last year so i would imagine with this pandemic and more people drinking for whatever reason that is. Have you seen an uptick in business. Yes i mean. I think The the the retail business around the country. I'll take because people are obviously not Enjoying these These times get much in bars and restaurants where they would have consumed of wine. So we've seen that translate into people doing Enjoying them at home People exploring there on that favorites again and they'll also taking up new avenues of new varieties new regions need produces and so i think so so combination so yes we definitely seen people doing and yet we all love experiences. We experienced you Unwind as part of an experience. We have with with food and i think people want these experiences they want to shop things together And we've seen uptick in quality. I think people are thing. I've got this bottle of wine where i've got these seller wine. Let me drink. Let me enjoy it. let me savor it. S jamie ritchie. Who is running sotheby's global wine business and Of course Launching sotheby's wine as well and The number one wine auction near. But we've been talking about the book you have to get. It's really lovely thome. It is the new sotheby's wine encyclopedia. Jamie thanks for coming on the show and hopefully we'll catch up down. The road cheers. I live for to thank you rick. All right i'm rick to the we'll come back and talk a little sports on the other side. I'm rick tuttle onto leading sports. Have you written a book. You can become a published author with and publishing the nation's oldest publishing services company countless authors have trusted durins for nearly a hundred years to bring their book to the market are professional team will editor text design your book pages and create an appealing eye-catching custom cover plus our authors benefit from a custom book promotion marketing campaign that. 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The toilet store shot john. I'm so disgusted by tiddle. That i find him in toxic. Aiding all right. The lines are open for the rest of this hour. And i wonder how many times people say like you never know who rick is going to have appreciate it. But he's sticking with us now that that guy was a You know gas that just like it's like well. I thought i was going here. Some sports talk you will mostly but once again like i'm not even a wind guy but as i said i love the wine country i remember. How's this for pretentious. When i was staying in all sas years ago. I made sure to find this place called. The clothes saul sad of the coaster of saint vincent which was inbetween reba. Va and rica. Vir thing i love about asses. It was germany like five times. It's back to france again. If you think about franco-prussian world war one world war two magic line anyway. It's it's really germany. It's all the fox fair. The half timber houses. They have all these names of german cities like salzburg and heiser berg and anyway but it's fallen so what has a better and says bulges but anyway it was right smack dab in the middle of recent vineyard. This old monks cloister that they turn into a hotel. I love grapes table grapes. I love grape flavored. Gum and slurpee drinks. I'm from richmond What does that mean. I never really got into wine. Just hit me right. And oh by the way. Raisins are the tool of satan. Reasons are evil. It's like the people who give raisins on halloween. And that's raisins as they exist. Now you can do a chocolate covered raisin and you can like eat those whilst wincing with one eyebrow raise but if you throw raisins and a salad you throw them into bread you throw them into anything and you're going to throw throw up into their me have quite the delicate palate Just heard from chris and oakland who says that he likes boone's just reminded me of boone's farm strawberry hill. And i'll never forget this line where back in the day in high school and i know this is not responsible and kids. Don't do this at home. You know we were sixteen and we would go to the liquor store like atlas liquors and whatever and we would stand outside and we would offer some derelict. Who had an id bias. Six pack twelve pack case whatever and then we would give them a dollar or one of the beers is weren't stella's is there like shaef daddy's i mean this is just some round derby mickey's big mouth bad bad stuff. Anyway bring that up. Because i remember we took all the beer in the car and then this girl walked over and knocked on our window on went. Where's the party are like. Oh my gosh. And when she said. Where's the party. She was knocking on the window with one hand and the other hand she was holding the bottle balloons farm strawberry hill bless her heart. Bless her heart. She's probably around. I'll i won't say who it is obviously like one of my friends in college. She would i swear. She got drunk every night when she was crazy and she she'd always have skinned up knees and elbows from like fallen down because she was drunk all the time and i just i just saw a couple of years ago. She's a huge huge. And i mean huge executive now at a very lucrative company. It was college man. What are you lying wasn't dumb. She disliked the party and good for her. You know she's she got it get her done. Whatever that one eight hundred eight. Seven i play. You know what's getting done today. We're gonna have the masters that's right though my two favorite things wine and gulf to start the show but thing about golf is there's always to me except when tiger was really dominant it always to me a guy i never heard of seems to be if not winning but like in the top three and i think in a way that keeps golf fresh but in another way i think it also crushes some of the ratings because we got to a point for almost twenty years for the sport really should have changed. Its official name to tiger. Because that's all everyone cared about. I mean a golf tournament without tiger was like an olympic event without an american. Unless you had a houston bowl. I mean there had to be somebody that it didn't matter. What country it was from so if you look at the ten favorites in this tournament you gotta start off with bryson to shambo and it says the guy of course. It's the ball four hundred yards and has the new technology in the new swing. But that doesn't mean he's going to win. I like jon rahm. I've talked about this yesterday. He hit the greatest shot in a practice round. Great shot and the history of golf which will never be matched. I don't care if somebody hits a ball. And a squirrel carries the ball and a bird picks up a ball and drops it in the hole and then the whole explodes. We still won't have a better shot than him. Skimming it off the water three times. Which i didn't think was an option. It would be like throwing a touchdown pass or you threw it straight into the ground. But it didn't hit the ground all the sudden it just curved up like a wiffle ball and went sixty yards in the air. I mean that's how i didn't know it was an option jon rahm. Everyone says he's got to win at some point That's the people said about greg. Norman ever did so people said about ernie els and he never did but then you look at dustin and just in dj jt. dustin johnson. Justin thomas yeah and then hollin. Morikawa is the fifth that the betters like in the top ten right now. This is his first masters. That's why you probably haven't heard in the name like i haven't heard of the name. Oh there he is all to roll boy. The bills ringing directly to golf in ireland auto. Paci them even a broken clock is ri- today in ireland. Sorry or he was engaged to the danish phenom tennis star. Let's see i got a note from dominant. Colin won the pga championship at harding. Oh that's the guy is a local kid isn't he. He went to cal cal right. Yes all right. John never heard of rimac. Role is engaged to caroline of denmark and then. He broke up with her with a text like that. Then you get zander showy phila- then you get matthew wolf. Athey wolf is the first golfer to finish top four in each of his first two majors. Pj championship and the us open in one hundred and forty years this article i read said he has a lousy short game. Yeah i'm sure it sucks that he got into the top four and then the the other two in the top. Ten tony fee. Now this is the type of guy could sneak up on everyone and then brooks kept a was one swing away from winning a green jacket last year. Remember that other than the field. Adam scott webb simpson. Patrick reed louis. Oh thousand after. Can't lay jason day members mama so poor. She had to cut the lawn with scissors. Forget that story. Tyrel hatton hit decky. Matsuyama bubba watson mean fleetwood. Justin rose vegas has taken bets on him. Lee westwood other way. Tiger woods is ranked twenty third favourite to win whereas big al-fateh lefty. Oh he's thirty. One while my guys rickie fowler because rickie fowler married that beautiful track athlete from cows speaking to cal. And he's been on the show. So i'm a fan masters. You'll never get the breakdown analysis you'll get from me one eight hundred eight seven eight play. I'm rick that will come on back the one that i wanted. I tell ready for an oil change o'reilly auto parts as you need our professional parts people can suggest the best products for your car and budget like five quarts of mobile one full synthetic motor oil. Just twenty eight ninety five plus arna ten dollar gift card. After mail-in rebate and double rewards points stopped by reilly auto parts today visit a reilly auto dot com bart's airlines have just reduced their prices even more thirty days in advance and save big. 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We'll have fred hurt. No relation to john hurt or dick hurts Join seats from the brand new spin off from goldrush and discovery called goldrush whitewater. It's going to start tomorrow. Also we're gonna have logistics on laurel. That's her name. Logan adra break-dancing world champions. He'll be going. Zealots compete the red bull championships or anything of that. That's sports kind of and then the third hour brian westbrook pro bowler niners played for you for a year. All right anyway. I wanted to bring this best upbringing of now. Because i try so hard to not be insensitive people who are in pain. I try to have sympathy for any human being who is in pain. Because i think if you're just a you don't have to be a good person. You said to be a normal person. If you see somebody who's in pain you want to help them right but we also live in california Least people's whose houses. I can see all around me. And we live in california. And it's the most highly litigious state in the union. And i bring that up because former san francisco giants outfielder guy by the name of mac williamson. You probably never heard of them. Unless you're a baseball or giants fan. Mac williamson is suing san francisco giants over a concussion. He got two years ago when he was playing for the giants at. At and t. Park as it was known then and he was going a foul ball pop up. He hit the mound. He hit his head. He said i. Life hasn't been the same since suffering the injury. He says that it ended career. Here's the quote that concussion ended my career and it left me with lifelong injuries. That have also taken a significant toll on my personal life. I suffer nausea trouble sleeping mood swings and other issues. I wake up everyday hoping that today is a better day. And then i'll get closer to how i felt before the injury now. It's very sad. Especially for a guy just turned thirty. Ee defendant is china basin ballpark company. Llc it's controlled by the giants partnership group the giants issued a statement quote. Mlb in its clubs have a long standing practice of addressing claims arising from player injuries through the collective organ greediness grievance procedure and the workers compensation system williams claims are properly resolved through these processes not the courts so what the giants are saying. Basically look your union has workers com so go to them now. Giants recognized the dangers of the bullpen. And they actually move them. Jaen the outfield fences this year. We didn't get a look at them outside of tv because of the pandemic obviously but this was the beginning of the season two years ago was still april and williamson came up and he played in five games and he hit three home runs in those five games and he said at the time. I was the best power hitter in baseball. It's like well that's like me going to the new york marathon and right when they say start sprint as fast as i can and then i can say you know at a certain point. I was winning the new york marathon like well. The guys who are actually trying to win. Or not sprinting. In the beginning pacing themselves. But i digress. Williams was out from month. He came back and he hit only one more home run and that was in two months. And so the next year mac williamson was a bit of an afterthought he was remember when our zaid he came in the outfielder the author was route revolving door connor joe. And you know Austin this and austin that and it's just john andreoli i mean it was just this crazy amount of schmucks guys. I mean like. I was thinking about brian westbrook. When he went to the niners the reason the niners signed him is because glenn coffee quit to be a priest or minister. I think even if you're niner fan you like oh damn. I forgot about glen coffee. Which i always order when i'm at fills like the glenn coffee the glenn kuyper the glenn coffee so i mean this was a guy who looked like he was going to be the real deal but i don't know how many times it johnson had guys like that. The jared parkers of the world who just are jr phillips. They just mashing. Then it come up and another big nothing. So last year with the giants he played fifteen games. Hit one eighteen. Got the fade and not play in the majors again. And his attorney on zoom news conference on tuesdays said quote based on max talent level and performance. We believe he was due to earn tens of millions of dollars as is common with many major league. Power hitters so you know if you think about the fact and i forgot what some other team gave mac williamson. A chance. didn't work out but this is a guy who is going to say to. I don't know if there's going to be a jury trial but they're going to try to prove to a judge at least that he was on his way and if the giants or if the giants just turn this over to mlb and say. Don't sue us. But if they turn this over they'll say i can show you a list of five hundred guys. That hit three home runs in a week. That didn't amount to pile of crap and their career. There's no way you're gonna tell me that you were going to be babe ruth or even matt williams with these numbers. The other thing is the. This is the thing about california. I remember at my junior high. In the seventies in richmond. There is a lower and upper playground. Adver playground hey By their clothes on haight street. But if you Went to lower playground there just tons of basketball courts so one day on a saturday when schools or as close. The guy was skateboarding around his head down and he'd slammed his head into one of the basketball. Polls he sued. The the richmond unified school district. Anyone saying that basketball poll shouldn't have been there. I mean that's how ludicrous. Why they say that. A nuclear holocaust cockroaches and trial lawyers will survive the blast pete. Holmes median. av star has been in studio with me. He had a great joke. Re says say cockroaches will survive a nuclear bomb. So what's in the can of raid. That's more powerful than a nuclear bomb. Anyway that i mean the frivolous lawsuits like a. I think it's terrible that this guy is in agony. I mean it's one thing to get rob your career and that's happened to a lot of guys you know. My shoulder was never the same. I could never pitching again. You know i blew out my hip. And i have an artificial hip and i can't run any i mean there's just there's so many stories like that that are very sad and i don't i i feel bad for him that he wakes up every day and misery according to him. That's really sad. So on a human level i feel bad for them but i also want to say the man and accept responsibility that you played a game where you knew. That stupid bullpen mound. Was there and you could get hurt. You know how many people we have seen eat. It on a bullpen mound. I saw last year match avin. His career almost ended because of the mound in the coliseum. Tampa bay has. There's on phil too. But it's basically the last outdoor stadium the call siham. That's it even wrigley move. There's a few years ago. And he got twisted around and he went up the bump and then he kinda like The the old hill. I called cal a hill and minute maid park and had the flagpole on it. I think you'd do that now. Especially in california towels it allows a towel the gm. i've seen so many guys eat it and think about what a what if matt chapman broke his leg in three different places. How much money was he gonna earn. Because he's actually a real player with platinum gloves. He's not mac williamson he sue the oakland a.'s. For potentially two hundred million dollars. It's not out of the question. It's literally not out of the question of think that match chapman can still make two hundred million dollars the rest of his career. What if he has a season where he it's forty five home runs and he's like bryce harper or manny machado. You can't say that that's not possible. So this is the thing mac williamson is going to say. Look look what this man did to me. But all i know is when i buy a ticket to anything especially a baseball game on the back of the ticket it says not when it is and maybe when you get hit in the head with a battery of all. Don't come crying us because you're entering the danger zone any loggins. This is not a safe place to be. We think it's mostly safe. Why do you think major league baseball got. The japanese style nets all the way down the foul poles. It's because for over one hundred years people have been taken it in the noggin. Hits and those bats can helicopter into a crowd and who is up there. It's baseball it's little kids and old people. What are their reaction times. Kids aren't paying attention. And the old people. They had them barely have time to get their hands up in front of their face. Here's a professional baseball player playing in an outfield where he knows. There's an exposed mound. He hits it he gets hurt and now he's going to sue. I am sorry. I have zero sympathy for this lawsuit. I have sympathy for him. Being hurt as i said but this is such a load of garbage. I think you can look back and think about all this josh rettig sue. What stadium was we. Were on the. And josh riddick slid and he hit this metal bar that was supposed to be behind the padding and he was out for two weeks would have ended his career. That was an exposed metal bar that should have had padding on it. That's a lot different than a damn mound that everyone knows as their and everyone has eaten it on. It's just that mac williamson got her way worse concussions affect everybody differently but this is a frivolous waste of time lawsuit. And if you're a part of the williamson family like i said. I hope the guy feels better. I don't wish them any will. Let you gotta be fricken kidding. Me take some responsibility for yourself. You hit the mound. You ate it. That's bad luck that's not negligence on mlb or the giants or h. Okay sports that designed it in this gracious l. uber all. I'm rick tuttle. Quick break the second. Okay i just need you to listen to me know that a lot of times mom. It might not seem like. I'm listening to you but i am. I hear you and what you say really doesn't matter to me. I mean let's be honest. No kid likes rules. But i get why we have them. I hear you. And i know it's because you care all the talks we've had over the years including what you've told me about not using alcohol and other drugs they stick with me and believe it or not. 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Lots of logging. I've been to grants pass really cool. You know you mentioned parker parker's grandfather. I haven't parker on the show. The very first time he was on goldrush and he was just a kid. I mean i've seen like watch him grow up and now he's a he's a big star and he runs his own crew. But how's it been for you. The the fame because i think discovery always picks people that kinda aren't affected by the fame. Because you're just real folks but on the other hand i mean you you get attention you get people contacting you. How's it been for you i It doesn't really bother me one way or the other i. I'm a people guy. So i never put people off and people recognize me at public. Accommodate them you know it's usually They checked me out and they're not sure they say they know me from somewhere. Wait a minute you're the gold guy. Way they find out they look down at my booth confirmed. Yeah that's that's him. Got that big boot but hey usually they want picture things of that nature which is fine. Not accommodate them. happens all the time numerous times the number one. I mean it's the number one show and a lot of people are watching it. What was it like for you that here. you are up in alaska years and years. You're working the porcupine creek and all of a sudden here comes. Todd hoffman. Here comes discovery channel cameras. You kind of feel like they were invading your territory or did you welcome them in. No well we actually showed up on their job site and get them off. They decided they wanted to do their own thing. the I thought i could do you know. Let them inform them a few things to kind of improve their operation. They didn't seem to want any advice. So we didn't always get along that well to say the least. And i know some people think that There was some Hanky-panky going on there with me taking the claim and all that which ever get out but If you knew anything about mining you know that it can't happen that way. So i go or sure and this season you choose your dive site at the tr- affect Twenty feet the bedrock and some people said that that was not the smart choice. What was it for you that you're like no no no no what i'm doing here. Well this spring. I happen to visit a mine underground mine of all things That was actually an ancient waterbed. I mean a riverbed riverbed and Only place that they ever found any of the nuggets or gold right down on the bed rock. Well two years of digging in the contact area there. We never did. We got into finally got to bedrock the second year but it would write in what i would call a shoot. It was the narrowest area of the creek is only about fifteen feet wide down at the bedrock said man. It's not the place to dig. So i had to argue with us in that whole year. That look i said we need to be about twenty twenty five the farther down the creek where it opens up a little bit. No no no no so anyway. We didn't do it this year. I decided that would be the billy place to look. And i'm gonna tell you. What happiest mining season of my entire mining. We had a great season this year. You mentioned your son. Dustin who is so experienced himself and it's been few years now since he put all that money into a flame along mckinley. Creek you're saying this is all starting to pay off down there. Rockfall ravine those places. Yes he's a he is doing. Well he is doing quite well He's run into a few areas there. That are still got. So what he's doing he's Investigating areas that. The old timers just couldn't go do and You gotta remember. Most of that has never been lined up in there where the real fast water has been running Bottom of these waterfall areas. And things that no you know in the old times they didn't have all this nice Technical equipment that we've got now diving equipment warm water Help the babar from freezing a debt. That things of that nature the way at waters thirty. Yeah all the time of course after the show the dirt with krista doyle and i've had crystal on a few times over the years talk. I've had todd hoffman a few times and there were times where it looked like todd really wanted to punch krista right in the face for you how i get away. I said i sat between dustin and christo. Ou go ahead. i'm sorry. I been be did So dustin that a problem with christos question It's not the questions. It was the things that go back a long time in the way bit We kind of got treated Kinda like red headed step children.

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Helping Communities of Color level up with Juan Young

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Helping Communities of Color level up with Juan Young

"Hi major and right. This moment there are tens of thousands of black entrepreneurs around the world create an amaz- in startups. That you've never heard about for some reason. The mainstream media doesn't cover fat entrepreneurs as much as it should but on this show we find these amazing founders. The sit down with them bigger house. They got their ideas launched. What their struggles were what they're afraid of. What drives them. My hope is that you have enough firepower from listening to the show to go out there and start your own business or if you're working on something continue plowing through it. That's an amazing time together. Welcome to the show. All right one young right so this brother popped up on my radar. I think a few weeks ago came out of founders jam into a pretty interested in crowdfunding campaign checked out the company. And you do something interesting here man. like what. are you doing over melons. Yes oh i appreciate you have a meal. Melanin is an online learning platform for communities of color. Run out when i think of melons are kind of explain this to people. I really tell them what we're doing. We're diversifying at tech. You know when you look online learning and just education general you know. It's been the same for hundreds of years. The way that students are taught the way that that continents presented and really the voices at the table who's creating content and determining kind of the way that we are supposed to learn and the type of content. That's out there. If you take a look at the the entire kind of ed tech landscape the creators the platforms. They have the same perspective. The same vibe the same emol and so what we're doing is trying to really focus on the needs of communities of color and understanding that you can't one size doesn't fit all and so you know we're really trying to make something that speaks to commute color in and helping us to learn the things we need to to go to the next level take our careers to the next level. Take our businesses to the next level. Yeah i checked out the the site. It looks great looks fantastic. I liked the idea that primarily on the show for one thing that i had to ask. Though it could be a brandon thing it could be a language thing but a lot of times people will say communities of color right. But they're really referring to black professionals or people would say minorities or as a black professionals. Is it the case here. Which is the same like the core audience is black professionals. Like when you go to bed at night you're thinking about black people leveling up or is it just general multifaceted sort of a multi racial thing or that. The black audience is your core audience. Yes oh i'm a black male and married to a black woman have a black sun and so you know. I am always concerned. First and foremost with the black community they are always at the forefront of my mind. We are always the the reason why i do what i do. And so really. Our core audience is really black millennials. Really that that. The audience that have gravitated towards our product the most and so when we think of product offerings and things of that nature really black on the news are a beach market but we also understand that there are plenty of other communities that also have been overlooked in are under represented until with imposter syndrome. Don't necessarily see themselves reflected in in board rooms in an east. Wait and see sweden etcetera so we wanted to really create a safe space for our communities of color to feel safe unlike some other Really large platforms out there. But you know. Black os really have been. Have i really see being the the largest demographic on our platform and then even more specifically getting down to even just even more specific like black women in all black women have been the ones which have been leading the way of us talking about interest in the platform when to teach on the platform in so so. Yeah that's kind of where we stand. We are hybrids focus on community of color. But i think he will. Specifically a black millennials. had our number one focus to start. Yeah i think this is the question that a lotta people ask right. They don't understand this problem. I do you do we all do right. But let's say folks that don't necessarily have this issue. The question would always be wide. How does content that is targeted to. Black millennials differ from all the other content out there because right you going into a very competitive space you've got you've got lynda dot com you've got you to me i mean there's tons of these platforms established millions of users. Whatever the case may be how do you. How do you attack that question and sort of break it down. So people can understand why and how the content differs. So you know. I think oriented things i tell people when i'm having when i'm pitching. Vc's angels next setters if the current educational technology platforms. Were doing what they're supposed to do. Then you would see a change. In african americans an executive leadership positions. You would see a change. In the percentage of how likely we are to be professionally. Developed at work you wouldn't see black ling. Dan getting articles written up because they're being silenced. Own linked in and so the idea that the needs of communities of color are being met on these platforms although may although platforms can have been created in vary with with great intentions. The execution of them have been the same and the and the underlying issue is our lived experiences are not represented representative in the instructors and our voices are not are not included at the table when it comes creation in a decision making on the platforms. So you know it is when i have conversations with disease and angels i tell them what we found through interviewing over six hundred people. Potential users on our platform is that there are certain types of courses were doesn't matter someone's black white orange purple green if it's had a set up your podcast equipment don't care who's teaching them how to set up podcast equipment. They wanna know how to set up podcast equipment. They just wanna make sure you have that information but where your lived experiences in wear it. It helps to have a mirror right where you can see yourself as opposed to a window where you don't see yourself in. That person is when it comes to the soft skills. Now you know if it's a class of course is how to set up your podcast. Equipment doesn't matter but when it comes to how to be successful as a pot caster or ride had to have a successful podcast data when you want to have somebody who shares lived experiences right because you wanna feel that the person understand where you're coming from. They've been through some of the similar things day. They they feel you they understand. And then it encourages you and motivate you to continue to go. And we've seen that all education from early childhood education you know from the importance of having mentors in etc etc and having teachers who look like them even in the professional realm. So i tell people. We're not creating anything revolutionary. You know what. We're doing really revolutionary. Because it's the it's the the low hanging fruit is listen. It doesn't have to be done with different bills and whistles. We just need people like us to teach us because they've been through some of the things that we have an. It's really really important for us. And our health to be able to have those shared experiences in the instructor Somebody we give instant credibility to that's important in our conversations. I don't think that we are as say that to me. Even though it's my company and i think the business we're not trying to reinvent the wheel right. We're now creating this new way to present this content in a way that no one's ever seen it you know we're not masterclass and going using twenty thousand dollar you know a film production cameras. We just want people who look like us all our communities been asking for and so essentially. We're just feeling that need of a large group of people who said no one's listening to us and we're speaking to their needs Delivering on that promise to give them continent they really wanna see honestly. I really do agree with that. It's something that i've experienced as well as a black professional founder entrepreneur talking to vc's and angels myself so i definitely get that standpoint so let's talk about established that this problem does exist. You built a platform to actually address. These needs you recently. Launched what. I consider a very successful crowd. Funding campaigns congrats on that. And how's that been going. And what is that process like. I know that we had a lot more crowdfunding happening now. Just because we'll non accredited investors are now allowed by law to invest in startups early stage. Startups walk me through that process of getting this idea building out the tech as a nontechnical. Founder yourself your background is in marketing from correct rate. Yeah mark hanage kitchen education stepping into the tax base and now building something and then putting it out on crowd funding campaign. Walk me through that process out there. Someone's listening and they're thinking about doing something like this. Let's take them through those steps like you said so my and my background's in marketing education former preschool director and so i ran a preschool at twenty two years old at thirty five kids thirty five. You know preschoolers and a staff of six at twenty two so kind of his passenger education. And after i left from near went into like the professional world and worked in the nonprofit sector for a little bit and actually want to make some money so into the professional world and started doing marketing so yes get into his tech space. I just never never knew anybody who was a founder of text arte creating tech solutions. And so i just thought as a nontechnical person who wasn't a developer or anything like that like there was no way i can create a technical platform and so after getting frustrated with adams grover fifteen pages on the learning before i found anybody who looked like me. I said you know enough is enough to build this platform. So you know to this idea. And we pulled four one k. Talk to my wife. You know we pull the four one k. Money and you know we we just four five some developers to get it done about when we started thinking about how we're going to finance this. You know. i think one of the things that a lot of like we the data will show that. Generally for black founders. Our money we can stretch. We can do a lot of things with very little and you know. The data shows that are white male counterparts. Go through money like crazy and so you know we will be able to accomplish because a lot of the perspective generally for black from. I need to flip this cash. Because if i get two hundred and fifty thousand i need to turn this into something else because you never know when at two hundred and fifty thousand dollar check is coming right and so there isn't a isn't an expectation that i'm going to get more because you know less than three percent of all. Vc funding comes to black founders. Right so i started thinking. Well how are we going to get this capital in a world where everybody's getting millions and millions and million and so it was important for us to go to the community because you know i saw a few other black founders. Who did really well raise like don digs exam from from pop com. Raise a million dollars more than once. You know doing equity crowdfunding. She's the first african woman to do that. So i was encouraged. And saying i think if we go to the community we can do this. I had for a previous business. I kick kickstarter campaign so it had successfully funded raised twenty five thousand on kickstarter and a pass so this idea of going to the community and asking. Ncaa hey buy into this. could work. And i knew that if we did that it also would help us to have our first initial kind of supporters in users. So you know we out to to net capital who decided to do our equity crowdfunding with and the reason why i chose them. The director of west coast operations is a is an african american male. He's a black man and he's about my age and he was the most receptive to our idea. You know we only wanted to raise two thousand and a lot of other platforms. They want you to raise the million. They didn't take this platform. Didn't take any equi they don't take equity from you or some other platforms. Do and you know. I think for any person who's kind of thinking about what the next step looks like they. Just i you know. There's a due. Diligence process that they go through. The astral your financials they wanna make sure that your business is a business. That is a scalable right that it's a that there's either an ipo or exit. Are what some some sort of strategy to return. investors A nicer sizable return on their money. And then you start getting into grimaud and used you start hitting up everybody. You know our building at list in friends and family and you know. I think that's another part that like you know. Black founders like culturally like asking people for stuff you know in our mind going out and saying hey can you do. This is not something that is like. It's something that's kinda frowned upon a lot of times. You know we kind of get over that the people you're gonna you're gonna need strangers to to investing business out of now we're at ninety six thousand almost hundred thousand raise in the last few days but out of that. Most of that came from all people that we don't know that. I don't know personally who just believed in the vision and this wasn't like i had tons of friends and family who can open up their pocketbooks in just korean coming from strangers you know. One of our largest investments came from from italy so yeah so international. So there's this idea that just got to get it out there man and keeping yourself out there get on as many podcasts as possible that are dope hop on here because you all are doing some great stuff too so yeah i love the fact that you can just use the internet indus ask people for money into hey. I've got a great idea. Who wanna do this. They give us money and people will say yes. It's actually one of the most amazing things on web. But one thing i noticed was that you had a team setup already which is pretty hard to do. How did you get people to come work with you. Because at this point i'm assuming that people draw salaries yet right. Everybody's sweat equity sweater sweat equity right. So how do you. How do you get people like say. Hey because it's the hardest thing to do. I know that one way that works. Is you build something so you had something in. You had something built already. It showed that you were moving. It wasn't just an idea you you have skin in the game. But how do you approach people where these people that you know personally and say hey come join my startup in work for a few years and not make anything. Hey what are those conversations like. Yeah you know when things. My adviser told me to watch amazon. Prime is this show called undercover billionaire. And it's a guy who's like billionaire. He was like you anywhere. Anywhere in the world are anywhere in the country and drop me off there in ninety days ability million dollars. It was interesting watching him. Go through some some of the things because the advocate you yet to find people to talk to them essentially almost like a startup right In just having conversation with him so it was interesting watching them do it. Anybody who's listening checkout undercover billionaire. I obviously is tv. But it's actually pretty good but every personal martina. I have relationships with before but not everybody who might team ever have relate like i didn't have relationships with them and we ever thought about doing business together right. It was never. These are just people who had just meaning that worked with his new from a friend of a friend but really that conversation is hey listen. I am building something. I think you are the perfect person to help me build this. I want us to do this together. I'm not gonna. I'm gonna be very upfront with you. This is how the tech industry works. The tech industry works with people putting in sweat equity in the beginning. So what i'm asking do is in anything that is out of the ordinary but i would also need you to do is to make sure that you have something that you are also working on his. Well i don't want you to drop everything for this. This is only going to be part time. My team works part-time. Only right now. So we're talking. Maybe fifteen twenty hours a week on a high week. Maybe ten hours a week on a on a normal week. Ten twelve hours a week on a normal week. And i want you to do this. And what i'm gonna do is can pay you right now. But there'll be some some equity involved at some point and we'll have those conversations as we go. But what i will do commit to having a monthly conversation with you in being completely transparent of where we are. You know here's my plans on raising capital and then. This is what i planned to do. When i raise capital i mean i think they're very uncomfortable conversations to have but the thing that's the only way to grow as a you know for them have confidence in you as one of the things that i don't have have actually started building my team and some of the individuals of my team were not even part my sweet so i had some people that i can bring on the team before i even had the seasons. We'd on which most people will tell you don't do that but if you have people willing to come in and put in some sweat equity into an willing to help you build something in a letter you know. I think there were three requirements for every person on my team. When i told them that i wanted to people who are humble hungry and smart anita people who understood it was about the team who wasn't about them or me or anything like that and needed people who ask them self determination and drive and people who were mostly intelligent. I need people who knew when a step up and step back and those things were really important to me. And when i had those conversations people kind of thought about it they thought about the relationship with me over the years and they said okay. This is a guy who i can myself at least giving him a shot and when we started working on things is is actually hard to get people to kinda turned off. You know i am. You know in a place. Where now where i've been having conversations with my team is saying listen you may you know may be another eight months before you can come home full time. I needed to be okay with that. And everybody is. But i'm like i feel bad like i'm the one feeling bad and their like no. We're good so it is. It is one of the most challenging things have founded. What do that raising money. I think the team thing is the first ticket right. Thing is one of the hardest things to do to get the right team in place and you would find that you know angels or vc's or anybody in the finance in world and startups. They look at team very keenly first because they know that ideas can change right. The format can change. It can go from being you know a web platform to sousa a book. It can go from being what you have right now. Two events right. There's so many different ways it can go but the team always stays the same right so that that is probably one of the more important things. So let's talk about okay so we've got idea. We cash out the four. Oh one okay that. That's that's that's a bold move but you know we have a vision we got. We got our team together. Now you know we've convinced them people that were not crazy and so now now you've got some off behind you. What's next so we do not really. The the next thing is Besides securing capital. Which forgot where where i hear her to mention it. The united you should always be in the business of raising capital but now now it's really putting it out there right like it's it's getting our product to product market fit and taking all of these insights and this this product that we've been building for you know for a few months and and put it out there like now's the time to to see entering the test. Those assumptions right into fools to investors to our team. That people care about this and people will pay for. It's always great until you. You always think that you know until you start asking people to put their credit card information and that's when the rubber meets the road. I think so. Yeah so we actually just went live on. Our platform did a silent launch. Not anything too crazy. So actually people now can go sign up actually experience melanin. We've launched with about twenty initial courses on the platform and yeah and you know. My goal at the end of this month was to have one hundred users at the end of october jessica test out. We're at one hundred sixty now. You know when you putting any money to marketing without doing anything like that and so we're not releasing an email lists kind of wants to see who was going to find us organically and while we work out some of the kinks in the bugs. And that's what we're doing right now. What was the first course on the platform who did the first one. Yeah the first course was actually an instructor based out of the uk. His course was on three d. animation actually did an eight part series on three d. animation which was actually some of the most is my the first course was in tech and i just i was like wow. I had to ask him to to actually to break it up. He had one course. That was twelve hours long smokes. Yeah so i say you have to break this up and so we worked with them to figure out you know where where we can break things off and broken into a part and then right after that was the second course was linked how to use link dan to maximize your exposure and your potential recruitment and so really amazing kind of career coach. She did that course. So we're excited. We actually just partnered with a black owned company called. Try boxed up. They are a navy rental company so now we are sending filming kids to all of our potential instructors who we approve where we're going to be doing this for about maybe two hundred to three hundred instructors and we're gonna send them. We camera lighting a mike and so they have professional sound audio. So we're going to pay for that and that's going to really help us to to have content on the platform that is. That sounds good. That looks good. The lightning's great and then we're also going to offer a editing services for instructors as well so we want to make it as easy as possible for creators of color and subject matter experts to come on our platform right now in the beginning right. We know that's not a sustainable business model but For to to build out our content. Our goal is to half one hundred plus on our platform before january. And so you know. We're nasa working on now and we've had quite a few people take us up on that and people are like. Hey they get their equipment for four days and they're like in four days will film four courses in. So i'm like what the yeah. We'll fail three or four courses. The hardest part was finding a place to get a camera or winning this and having money for that. So yeah we're we're super excited Potential partnerships that we were working on these partnerships If solidify are going to be huge for us so what what. One is doing right now for people tuned in his removing friction from his product. Right so like when you start up. Anything especially start-ups it's just full of friction meaning that it's hard for someone to get to the finish line in your case creators. Who have to have all these equipment like in place already. If they don't have that you expect them to go get it and that might be a point where they just drop off the conversation. But you're saying we'll give you everything you need upfront rats. All you have to do as far up the air camera and say what you have to say record it and then throw it on the site and instead of a win win situation because they get paid right at the end of the day talks me about the business model of this thing. I know that when you pigeon. Vc's and angels one thing that. I'm sure you've heard. And i'm sorry you're going to hear it again. Is the market too small right. It's like this. Sounds like a niche thing. How is going to be a billion dollar company especially if you're trying to raise some money like if you're asked a here we think this market is is exciting but it might be small right. How do you. How do you come back from that one. Yeah i think you know. I think one of the things that we always share that we want. Vc's angels excetera to to understand. This is not just a a united states. This is there are communities of color all over the world that are looking for spaces that speaks in resonates to them. If you look at the social unrest that has been happening not only in this country. This has been a global social unrest right there. Is this this idea in this movement. All over the world of marginalized communities wanting to have spaces for them to hear and be able to learn into engage and when we look at the edtech space you know eight derives because of international consumerism isn't just because of the united states and so the idea that you know that the market is small. I'm simply because we're focusing on on communities of color in his religious not true. I mean we talk about walker and company in just looking at some of these companies that have revolutionize industries by simply just focusing on communities of color in and the other thing that i a lot of times i tell him. It's kind of hard for them to even accurately size the market when we're really creating a new market because our communities are not even leveraging the linden learnings of the world of course eggs were such a small percentage of those platforms and partly. Because it isn't anything that really speaks to us in resonates with us. We don't see ourselves in those things. And so i i just. That's kind of my answer. you know. i think that. The workforce in our share that the workforce is becoming more diverse. You know anything. Our communities are growing at a more rapid pace than any other pace right. And so you know where. We are now where we are in five years. The future of work is more diverse. And so if your workforce is more diverse it makes more sense to invest in dive in those diverse human beings that are going to be in those in the workforce creating businesses and etc and then our our buying power is not going away. You know we. We have tons of money that sitting there ready to be tapped into an in fact is actually i tell people. All the time is not charity is really a great business decision to invest in into communities of color because we are the most untapped kind of potential. That's out there right now. Specifically black the black community. Yeah i agree with you so one thing. that's always interesting when i look at like your platforms platforms similar to yours is the potential to become a lot more than just at right so we know that it starts off with the right education from the right person right. That's very important but also when you start thinking about it from like what happens when you get that information you need to be mentor. D- right so there's an entire layer of mentorship that could come into play on the platform and having the ability to transfer skills and knowledge. Like this morning i was looking at it was like hey you know what maybe i can do. A short chorus on like how to build an mvp right how to go from scratch mvp or you just mentioned podcast right now. That'd be interesting. So i think that you really building a space to transfer knowledge which is very exciting. Because there's a lot of people that know allot they wanna give back to the communities but might not necessarily have the time the resources to do it at scale. So i think that if you're able to achieve scale you've created something very important and i think is something that's very valuable. Let's talk about scale for a second. You know what success for you right so you talking about like getting on instructors and getting on black millennials to use the product and take the courses and stuff what is success. Look like to you. It's a great question you know when i'm vision. Just big picture right when when i talk about. We'll talk about the largest lack. pioneer scott. Big man go big go. Big really is to create a more time to create a more inclusive and accepting society right by removing the margins in education. That's the big goal that we're working towards to removing the barriers to high quality online education. So anyone can have access to the largest but i really see us as being the premier online platform for melania excellence. And so you know the hub for it so when it comes to four years from now when we are voting again. There will be a presidential debate on our platform. Why because we have the ears of every single person of color who is looking to better themselves professionally in a professional career. I envision visby hub for four that that that cycle that you mentioned right. It's the i talk a lot about sewing growing connecting so sowing seeds into the community where people come here to sow seeds. Give give give people come to receive that knowledge and then they connect an assist kind of cycle of one generation to the next generation which deposits to the next generation which deposited next immersion all. That sounds great but when it comes to like money investors like yeah great sounds good. What about us. I really think you know. At some point they will be you know a logical will probably be some some very clear players in the game were acquisition at some point may make sense. You know you know. I think i am a passionate about lots of different issues. And you know there's some larger players in the game that i don't think have the ability to ever pivot and focus on this way because their whole business model was made up. Lincoln is is a perfect example. Like they even. If they've tried linked in lincoln is their dna is who it is it. May it would make sense for linked dan or even you know who knows maybe amazon wants to get in a game to be able to an online learning platform where you can influence motivate encouraging the spark news of color. So that's kind of long long winded answer. But this kind of how i envision what success looks like for us you know. Platform that grows at scale sa- platform has millions of users. That are using it that are contributing taking the knowledge. It's a platform that allows us to grow our financial base Because ultimately all of this is to change the game and to give us a more solid financial base which is important. Because you knew you doesn't matter how mosquitoes you have if you can't get promoted you can't pay for your education you can't pay for if you have tons of student loan debt if you like those things and so we want to make sure that ultimately all of this leads to helping our communities to to grow financially as well so i completely understand it. It's like the coal that has been successful. That giving you game you know. He's sitting on the porch and listen man. Let me tell you how it's really done right. I feel that's that's the vibe that i get is okay. Well now. you've learnt skills. You need to do your work now. Let's tell you how you grow right so that makes sense to me. It's interesting because you're right. There's a lot of different ways that this can go. There's a lot of different ecosystems that it can plug into an you alright. Lincoln has to diversify their instructor pool. I see it taken a few courses. I'm really excited to do those courses. Because i see people like myself teaching them and especially when it's around technology brigands edtech is going to be hard right. It's gonna be hard regardless of what communities servant right so. You're in it for the long battle right now. But i'm sure you've had this discussion when you break into a market. You wanna focus on niche right. So you have that down in terms of your customer you circuit. Where we're going to target black millennials but within that space. What's the one thing. That black millennials wanna learn the most right. What what are we lead with like. What's the leading. Edge is it. You know. I don't want to diedhiou on but it personal finance is it. Technology is it salary negotiations like. What's the one thing that you say. If we do tan good courses in this space we can scale this to offers thousand if we offer them for free. We you know we surveyed right. We did our survey the number one over six hundred potential users we had over eighteen hundred people sign up and say hey listen we want. You're interested in his platform. Let us you go live. And i happened in about. We ran a couple of hundred dollars worth of ads. Now happened in like a couple of weeks so you know we turn it off and we're like oh okay. We see this. As working. people are interested are cool number. one course. subject was entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship was by far the overwhelmingly number one topic and of course category and so when we started having conversations. What we're finding is not necessarily how to start a business per se. It is how to start a business. But it's more so people were looking to diversify income streams and so these are most of the people in our platform are middle to senior managers. And they're not necessarily looking to completely leave corporate america but the are looking to find ways how to add an earn additional revenue so whether that's do blogging whether that's monetize already doing their nine to five but they don't know how to market. They don't know how to set up their instagram profiles. They don't know how to you know to to run digital ads. They don't they don't know how to set up the website. Seo they don't know about wordpress right and so it's these things is not necessarily These are these are community from what we've been seeing isn't necessarily the i'm quitting my job today. I'm going super hard with it before my i do wanna know like okay. How how do i take this in. Then the mindset that come like what do i need to be prepared for. I don't know about you know what's the mindset needed. What the heck is in right and talk to me. Although you can google these things a lot of people don't even know where to start. It's overwhelming when you google to start a business and you know you have sally telling you about how she made. Six figures selling bow ties on her oetzi. Page miss okay. That was that worked for sally. But i need to talk to somebody who looked like me. Who who doesn't understand that. I you know i have have a kid at home at his corporate job. The team stressed me meow. I'm dealing with all the other things that are happening in the world. And i'm still trying to to bounce it. So entrepreneurship was number. One leadership was number. Two health and wellness was number three Tech was number four. And so you know. These are some of the things that we were thinking about. And so entrepreneurship and leadership kind of go hand in hand because it's kinda entrepreneurial mindset in the enterpreneur also you know how to navigate these nine to five waters right so that we acting Quote unquote security bag in in growing and make more money get promoted. What do i need to do. Because i have all the tangible like i'll have all the technical skills but how do i leverage those to make sure that when i'm negotiating my salary You mentioned i think before when negotiating my salary. I do this in a way where i can actually make someone or how do i kill it in the interview. Do i respond. You know what's in my resume. Look like the all those little little things like this. That is exactly where we're going all in right now to start and as has come in cool but that's where we're going all in. I honestly believe that you're spot on with that. I was going to mention that. But i was like. Let me let him. Tell me because. I know that entrepreneurship is a huge thing. Right in the black community. Especially and you see that. Because i don't want to get in on. Mlm's right now but like you see that because so many people are getting into these multi level marketing schemes. Because it's it's branded as a business right when it's not right so people are actually thinking and they're looking of ways how they can turn their skills into dollars but like you say it's all on the web but it's not as simple search it rights. I definitely understand that. And i think you are right entrepreneurship. I think covers almost everything else that you named after that right leadership tech it just really. It's really part of everything right now because you have to use in a net in the modern entrepreneur world but backtrack a little bit. I wanna talk about like you know you're doing all these things you know your family man you. I believe you have a son how you manage in time and your money and your health right. I think those three things are things that entrepreneurs sometimes tend to ignore. But how you able do all this and still be there for your casing family. Yeah so time it comes to being a good steward of my time. I'm really intentional. About ensuring that i spend my time in ways than i am most productive. I wake up pretty early. I have a two year old. But i wake up before. He's a wife is up. So i'm generally up about five thirty. Am and i can hit the ground running. At that time i wake up kinda give. My day started respond to some emails in. He generally wakes up about seven thirty. So i have a couple of hours headstart of work. And when he's in his his time. You know i'm getting his breakfast hanging out with him. He goes to daycare about eight thirty. And then after that then when we hitting the ground running meetings and etcetera etcetera ended. I pause in the middle of the day my wife. She works from home as well. We have lynch. You know we'll do. We'll sit and watch you know maybe thirty minutes tv so i'm making sure that it's kinda hard time kind of reset and then go go. Go go go on comes from daycare. I give him a couple more hours him alive. Make dinner stuff like that. It after eight o'clock take a little bit more time to to give back to a while. He's just kinda chilling sitting next to me. Plan his games and stuff like that. So i try to be pretty intentional My wife is actually on my team. So you know. I think she kind of also understands a little bit of that grind but it's constantly understanding of being aware of you. Know how it's been in my time laying things out. I'm very intentional on certain days. I don't take meetings certain timeframes. I don't take meetings. It doesn't matter what the meeting is. They just have to understand. I don't put it on my calendar and then when it comes to time money and health is very easy. I don't have much of that. All of that is in business so we bootstrap into the boot strap. We i'm four-times founder. So i'm working fulltime. So obviously their sacrifices made lifestyle changes. And i don't. I didn't spend a lot of money on a lot of things before. But i did like really nice meals. And so you know the so a lotta open saving a lot of money by a lot more healthy. There's a lot more salads here so you know we're doing doing those things against the one silver lining of abm pandemic like go anywhere. So there's no gasping spent you know we're there's no troops being taking so kind of put all that money back into the business and then when it comes to hell with me and i think the biggest thing is mental health man you know trying to stay trying to stay active physically active just mental health. You know it's hard. I i don't watch a lot of news now. You know really took the things that are coming in. Because it's man it's a lot you get hit. You're getting hit everywhere and every week. There's a new police shooting. That's being shown i. i kinda paused. A lot of social media activity let other people pulse in or i try to plan out my pulse. Because there's no place that you can go where you can kinda just brief for a second. Dan facebook twitter. You know having not sports. There's no place you can go. Kinda just brief so to yeah just turn annoys offerings to spend time with family and in love once to be grateful practicing gratitude. Code hasn't hasn't affected my family. Anybody in my family. So you know. We're blessed and i just try to hold onto baton and just try to remind us remind ourselves. Let god though things are tough. Now that we're still really really blast blasting just trying to be very grateful and practice gratitude on a daily basis. You know. I really liked the fact that you are strict with your time. I think that that's one thing that i've been terrible with. I'm telling you right now. I've i've been bad with that. Because i've had to learn how to prioritize things because i always think that everything's important. Everything's on fire where you on a startup. And that's one of the things that i've been focused on is time management's i i like the way you've laid out your day that you have these time blocks and everybody would tell you the time block right and so i think that's definitely one way to go about going crazy first of all when you build in this stuff but it's very interesting because you're basically setting up for the long haul right like you mentioned earlier that it might take eight nine months before you know people can draw salaries. It might take five years before the startup is actually even profitable. And it sounds to me lakers set when the in for the long haul with this one. Which is i think from a consumer side of someone that might actually use your platform or is going to use your platform. That's exciting. Because i know that if i invest my time into this that would be great because his brother is is ready to go on this trip right and ready to go to the very end. So that's exciting to see but you know you sort of early stage in in the company right now but if you go back to the start what are some of the moves and i'm gonna say mistakes right but we call them learning opportunities. What are some of the things that you did that. Looking back now you would have moved differently for a better outcome. I mean we spent a lot of money in development to our our product and he came from just my my fear and guess my own kind of a lot of times. I understand i know dealing with interacting with companies. Mvp's that there are people and companies whose mvp just trash. I mean just terrible. And i think as a black founder. We get the luxury of being able to put out a trash in the beginning because especially if you're dealing with our community at a has to be semi polished in the beginning so we spent a lot of money. I probably would have spent a little less money in a development piece. But the other part is i think i would have spent more time having more conversations with more people prior to just assume what people wanting we spent a little bit more time in the development process refining things and changing features and that we i thought was going to be home run features but after i had conversations. People didn't really care about those things. And there is this book by jeff sutherland. We scrum and agile for our team. But in a book it talks about eighty percent of the value for any product is in twenty percent of the features if eighty percent of the value in twenty percent of the features wide. You have eighty percent of those features you know. He talks about like think of microsoft word. How how many things like they have tons of things you can do on. Excel tons of things. You won't work but the reality is like most people don't use like more than ten twelve functions. So if that's the case y you do you spend your time building. Something that doesn't add value. I think we did a lot of that in early. Early stages We're getting a lot better with that now. Because now everything is based off of data. Right everything is based off of conversations with customers and true users as opposed to the hypothetical and me just guessing at this point so to be honest with you mandates a very common problem especially before not technical founders but especially for first time founders. Even developers overbill. 'cause they assume that. Hey 'cause i think this feature is cool or i think that this where people are gonna use. Let's build it right. And i think so. It's even worse off for minorities who might not necessarily have ready access to talent as friends that can code and can build things for free during the team because we actually have to go pay people to do it right at proxima change so many times that. Like if. that's the only lifeline. That might be a problem right. So the overbuilding thing. I think you could prevent that like you mentioned earlier. It was as you just gotta talk to people right. You have to spend time and just talk to people and not. Just ask them what they want but extract the information rather than assuming so definitely agree with that. It's something that. I've fallen prey to as well so it's definitely coming from a place of experience at processes scary process though. Because it's almost what happens if you talk to people and you find out that thing that you really want to build in that you are all in on is want they want right. And so sometimes we avoid having those conversations lot easier just bill o. We want as opposed to tell somebody else. Tell them as like that idea trash. It's so scary. And i can tell you on. I talked to a lot of founders. Just because of the pod and i've started a few communities in the past with like you know primarily black entrepreneurs and stuff. It's a big problem right. It's so much a problem that people will go on years years bro. Like just trying to build the same thing and you said something earlier that struck with me and you said we're gonna try out this product. You said something about experiments. And i was like yes. He gets it right so like the product. It's too hypothesis at this point. Eight you're trying to prove or disprove this so i'm part of the mozilla foundation's accelerator having gone through that accelerator for the past three months with my startup and there's all one thing that the mentor stressed on was that to disprove the hypothesis. I e people don't want this to prove the hypothesis people want this are both success metric right you. You're so successful if you learn but this is not what people want because you just see yourself possibly years and thousands of dollars if you're found out there and you have that inkling that people don't want this but you still keep building you can shut it down man like you have so many more ideas to do like you can shut it down and pivot. Imagine the conversation when you after you pivot that you can have with investors at that point you can use that you can say hey we listen and we allow our customers to dictate the path of our companies and yada yada yada and we pivoted in this where we started and so to give them some kind of faith that your company that that's using consumer insights in data cetera to make some informed decisions. I think that's even more exciting and your humble founder right. It requires some humility to do this like required to say i was wrong right. I've been wrong quite a number of times myself. And i've gone all in certain things that i was completely wrong. You know one story house in a diner with one of my friends and it was like twelve o'clock at night and we had just left a co working space and i was working on a different product completely as you kind of looked at me as she said. You're trying too hard. I almost broke down after that role. She was trying too hard. If your product is something that people want. It shouldn't be this hard now. It will be hard to skill and grow companies regardless. But what you're doing right now. It's not working bro. And once i stop right and say you know what. I think you're right and i shut it down. The following week broke something else emerged. That was valuable. But i had to shut it down. I and i had to mentally shut it down and wholeheartedly so you know what i think. I'm done with this exercise. I'm onto something else and the second i did that. Some are merged immediately. So like i think that people often feel like. It's a one silver bullet. It's not bro. The world is full of problems. There's there's a lot of problems on. There's a lot of problems to solve in a lot of them a valuable. And i think that if you're founder once you'll be a founder forever but in terms of being a founder. I think that one thing that i like to end off on is actually two things matter. Of fact so founders. Jim is sort of this. This new training camp or boot camp for primarily minority founders equipped with information to go out there and build your company. Give me sort of a top. 'cause i haven't been founders. A lot of people on who tuned in right now might not have the ability to join founder. Jim because it it is paid right. If you can distill it down to three or five top points that you got out of the program that you will under share go ahead and show that yeah. I think one of the biggest takeaways from founder. Jim is the value of your how to take your lived experience and present it in a way that shows that you are the right founder. And i think that's probably one of the largest takeaways is the value who lived experience and then number two how important it is especially in early stage companies for founders to show you the right founder. Not that this is necessarily. I think a lot of times people think this is the right idea. May spend all of that time but rarely focused on okay. Great great idea. But why you right like why you and why your team. And so that is one of the things that was really big in third was just i think any time you know you know this from creating communities in the past anytime that you are in a community. Other people who are going through similar journeys i think is valuable and the importance of those communities. I'm in a fraternity. There's something valuable about being in my fraternity and knowing that there are some other people who also have been through some similar things to to get to the point so yeah. I think that those are some of the gym's founder jam some of the highlights from my experiences with them. You what's interesting that none of those points focuses on ideas. Mvp's or how to build stuff. It's really just something that everybody has in them. You've lived tracy out of story tale people valuable. Find yourself in a good community right. So i think that you know you're spot on there and i think that what founder jim is doing is actually pretty pretty remarkable super viable for the community last question. Because we're coming up on our love to keep going but obviously you know people might have got to their destinations at this point. You know when the tuned into the pod but what you superpower right every found a has one. You know the thing that you get out of bed and you just rock at it. Everybody sees you then they go. Oh yeah one. Yep he's good with that and it's not necessarily like a scale per se but it's more about something that you naturally have an affinity to just be great at i joke with Like friends and whenever i've been on interviews. I always compare myself to come fool panda. And which is the. I started laughing that way. What i'm like. I am like kung fu panda and i don't know if anybody's ever seen the cartoon comfy pants a great cartoon like three or four of them but he is the there he's he panda pandora's the dragon warrior. He selected to be this dragon warrior in everyone around him seems to be physically more qualified. You know stanford. Mba's you know they've been here and been there went to cornell undergrad etc. They've accident google etc. You look in landscape and everyone's around him seems to be more qualified but the one day that he has is disability to to take any blow and keep going. And i think you know. It's a superpower that. I think that i have is my resiliency to overcome any any higher any low deal continue to move on right and be able to pivot to be self aware. The he's extremely self aware he knows like fast is like i don't know karate like some of these other people but he gets punched in the face and he's like that's it gets punched in the stomach. Beds it so. I think that would be my superpower. And i think is the ultimate resiliency and i think that is why i believe that i will be successful as a founder and in any entrepreneurial endeavor and i think that is. What draw has drawn me to entrepreneurship. Just in general is. I'm not afraid to fail on my face in front of the public. I'm not afraid of failure. I've a i've tasted it. I've experienced many times in my life. I've had you know lots of things happen to me. You know throughout my time living and you know being able to have different lived experiences has prepared me for this founder's journey so i would say that would be my superpower my ability to be resilient in situations when most people be like i'm good it's time to Go go back to go get another job. Know i think i have that unrelentless spirit look man. I love that and you are right. You've got all the grid all we grind and to me. That super exciting i. So there's there's two things right. I love startups. I call myself a product junkie. Because i just love product and i love startups have of businesses innovation. So a lot of the folks. I talked to him ashley. A first of all. I i contact people to bring them on the show because actually like what they're doing and i'm rooting for you. I'm going to be a user on the product. I'm going to try imply to do a course a microsoft product stuff on there how to build stuff without hiring developers of the as well. I'll be able to share some of that Some of that knowledge on their otherwise. If we've got people tuned in that want to reach out to you maybe they want some advice or the right you a big check or they want to contact you to get onto your marketplace. How do they reach you. Where do you hang out on the web. How can people get in contact with you. Want so the easiest ways. Email me i'll give you. My is very simple. It's launch a in at melons dot com. That's m. e. l. a. in e. n. c. e. dot com. Emails is great. I'm all linked in one young. Feel free to search me and we can connect their us have instagram at juan young while you g junior. Jr also have a twitter at lan. Junior i don't really use twitter down on my personal page though i g and lincoln is where i'm at most of the time but then yeah and then accompany you know. The company has a twitter melanin. Underscore i also has a g melanin and www dot melania's dot com but schumer. Memento love to you know if you heard this and heard the pod and you want to reach out. Yeah feel free to do so. We can shoot dramatic candidly to cavalierly. Right economy's doing a big my gosh Yeah shoot you my calendar and then we can. We can set up some time to talk so our man. This has been fantastic. I love having these conversations. If you're tuned in a you made it to the end of this show thank you drop us a review on itunes or wherever you can find a place to comment on the podcast share with your friends and melons and try it out Next week bye.

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If youre curious about NFTs, listen to this

The GaryVee Audio Experience

09:45 min | 5 months ago

If youre curious about NFTs, listen to this

"This is gary v audio experience. Podcast joe from team gary here. Today's episode is a recent compilation of interviews. That gary did where he speaks about. Nf and why he believes that that technology will lead to a revolution in the digital art. Space enjoy. I just wanna make a video on an early observation while i'm in the process of the journey of through this t. Space obviously bought bitcoin tyrian back bitcoin in two thousand fourteen and have been following space for a long time and really understood what was going on with. Nfc's maybe a year and a half ago obviously in the sports card world. The top shot all that stuff but somewhere around october november. This year started getting really serious and just started realizing how excited i was about it because it was like a combination of all the things i love storytelling. There's going to be millions of these projects and and most won't succeed. No different than for every pok. Mon or star wars there is a black hole bucky o'hare right. There's just or for every magic gathering. There's a snow works. There's so much hype out there. But what's very clear. Is that the alternative investment ecosystem the growth of blockchain in general societal norms digit to zeeshan of our society. What's a blue check. Work to a lot of people is what i say to. A lot of people are like. Why would i buy this status. We are brands to communicate who we are. We have facial hair and we're hats and live like we are creatures. They communicate with each other through. Our purchases are behaviors like to we are and so so to me. This t journeys amazing. The communities amazing. I haven't felt like this since web. Two point two thousand five it just so obvious. Some my brightest technology friends that friendships with back in two thousand and five that web two point. Oh era are flirting is just so obvious to me. And so non-punishable tokens are going to be a big part of all of your lives. I really believe that. I think this is a space space. A real real space and so. I think you should get educated. I think i think it's a really good idea to spend the ten fifteen twenty hours to go down those rabbit holes on youtube or google depending on how you learn better audio video written word and i'm really excited about going to really go at it and i'm going to buy a bunch and i'm gonna trade a bunch and sullivan. Shen use a bunch and really get deep into this community. And so i'm excited. And i want excite my community because i think a lot of you will do well and this will be the video that you reference and five seven nine years to being one that you going in a space. That changed her life so fun. Video for me to make haven't been able to wouldn't have been able to make a video like this. Maybe sports cart three years ago. But this is a video would have put out two thousand five or six or seven around social media and i did. I do have some of those videos anyway. Nfl something that. I think you'll enjoy the. Nf teas my favorite new. Tom so obsessed to. I'm spending a ton of time on this in my own people. that don't know what. Nf teas are right. Non hundred tokens. These are one of the great parts about the the whole it crypto. Space the blockchain space. So she's white paper is it was the first digital signature that you couldn't counterfeit so they vote. That means you can make digital art. No one can counterfeit and all of us markets gets its value from scarcity and so the blockchain allows you to do that so now we're going to see artists for the first time create art digitally right great artists. They never did before So get sell digital. You're going to actually take your phone. You're going to buy it as going on your phone. You're to walk home. You're gonna throw it up on a giant screen and you're like that's mine. No one else. I think that's mine and so we're going to have collectibles. They're going to create new collectibles. There's going to be instead of baseball card. Set their semi top semi-topped so rare shopping blowing up all of a sudden. I'm looking at it and so then there'd be fractional things that gets sold well. That's what's happening. The fractured only station of physical. Things is a game changer. The reason michael jordan's rookie card is going to a million dollars. Says you can sell hundred cover. Act because kenny actually want it. I know they do. But they're not dropping three hundred thousand on a single sports night yet. Not yet not yet and i i know them but would they drop three hundred fifty bucks if they knew was going to a million. That's no different than buying a little tesla apple stock. The fractures ation of sports cards is going to get that market insane on the tippy tippy top. And so and you're gonna you're gonna factionalized jerseys you're gonna factionalized cars or all kinds of memorabilia is gonna follow it even bigger than that are going to be the. Nfc's you're going to have a the super bowl. we're going to mahomes. And i'm going to have an artist painting digital painting. Woman a rapper. Sing a little song behind him and then he's going to be up there this in. You're gonna sell that little clip from the super bowl done by chase chase hall or whoever. The artist is and feeling like dude. There's only ten of those and they're going to buy them and they're going to think people need to know to showcase them missing. Where and just for the record. Because i want to clip this day and six in nine years clipped like see told you you're hundred right in one. Other man's humble opinion why why artworks is high net worth individuals by piece of art and whether they put it in a moroccan you know warehouse or whether they put in the upper west side Apartment or whether they have a shell that they donate it to something they're able to you know split display their sports. Cards are is because you can selfie and put it on instagram. we love to flex. I'm waiting to understand the flex of a zeeshan of the nfc. And as soon as i understand it it's common. I'm the least confused of all time. So when you think about an tease you mentioned digital scarcity. Nfc's what went on in that space. It's really early as you mentioned. I think it's a great area for people who really get tapped to do some research. What are you seeing. Where can people start to learn a little bit more about that space. You know. I think when you look at that. It's ski dot com a platform. That i think is worth go project. I mean if you just go to the hashtag and on twitter right now. There's an incredible amount of information people. The artist like just google search. What he's up to with christie's this is for me personally. This may be the space that is the manifestation of my life supply and demand scarcity trading. I p if you wanna talk about something to pay attention to the ip wars for nfc rights are going to be remarkably interesting and just the fact that we're living individual world. What's a blue check verification worth to a lot of people in the world today unfortunately or fortunately depending how you wanna look at it quite a bit. And i think what the rise of vr. You could really start to understand why these nfl. T's have a real shot. I think that that t is going to be something coming out of a lot of people's bounds on this program over the next half decade. let's Speaking of sports entities. Tell me what. I need to know about Top top shot. And just what is going on there. Because i'm only thirty. But i feel like a boomer when i when i look at some of this stuff. You know what's so funny. A lot of people are trying to connect their coin base to their meta mask right now and they're like scared and i keep making fun of them because i'm like you made fun of your parents not wanting to put a credit card into a website nine years ago and now you're the boomer there's a lot going on and nfc's the digitalization of everything in our society social currency. The reason people care about a blue check on instagram's the same reason. This is going to be huge. I is going to see an incredible amount of dollars. Artists both digital artists and music. Artists are going to going going to find a platform that is going to allow them to monetize without people sitting in the middle taking a piece of the cut this is going to be an incredibly big revolution and nba. Top shot is an incredibly big platform because abby is so hot sports cards have been so hot. Ft is getting hot so that was a perfect storm. Big shot up to those individuals. You've got so rare. Which which. I wrote a tiny twenty five thousand dollar check into but i bought more in the soccer cards on there. I think you're gonna see a lot about so rare. Talked about giving football's ak soccer's global footprint and then you've got the overall market which is just about. I wasn't kidding. This program is going to spend an enormous amount of time this summer. Fall and winter t episodes over. Please leave a review and subscribe up on apple. It would be a lot to me. Thank you very much. Today's highlight review is best. Use of your commute. But f h s the amount of knowledge gary drops in a short five. Ten or fifty. Minute podcast is unprecedented. Do yourself a favor and make his show a part of your daily routine. It gets your mind right for life. Ed thanks to f h s. Keep those reviews coming. We could highlight yours next.

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The Rack Extra Reviews: PGA Tour 2k21

The Rack Radio Show

16:51 min | 1 year ago

The Rack Extra Reviews: PGA Tour 2k21

"The following The. Rack interviews right here on wild talk radio DOT COM. He's Rock I'm Lindsay, and we're back with one of the secret projects that we've been teasing you about guys. That's right. We are here to talk to you about the upcoming Game Pga tour to K Twenty One and rock is here to tell you all about it for super excited. Thank you so much to to k for giving us the opportunity to review it and play through it and have fun with it, and it's pretty awesome game in it. It's a pretty cool goff game in general because it's been a while since there has been a really Good. Golf. Game I don't folks over at two K had one come out a couple of years ago so this is the second one that they've put out. Years years ago it was made by sports. But now to K has a license for the PJ tour and we now have PGA tour to k twenty one, which is available tomorrow August twenty first nation and world wide I can finally talk about I. Haven't been able to talk about this game for week. Now it's the secret secret content project for US 'cause rocks than having a lot of fun with it he's been Really. Enjoying it and going through all the different play modes in the courses and everything like that. So you we have to talk about the first, the foremost the creating your player process. Okay. So you jump in the game. That's the first thing you have to do like you can skip it but then they give you the default character and who wants to default character nobody. I want to be the most awesome Golfer in the world. And while the options are limited at the start, but that's The way it should be you should not have every outfit to choose from the beginning. Because then when you play the game, you've nothing to earn. So that's key going into the game you create your character to give give the name you give it the look you mess with the hairstyles which when you comparing to other to K. Franchises who have loads and loads hairstyles, I'm looking at U. W. Meet UK this one's a little bit scaleback which when thinking about it, it's like, oh, it's golf. Yeah it's called they're very clean cut and there's not a lot of. Hair or facial hair options thinking of modern golfers and even golfers of the past they're usually very clean cut in clean-shaven. So Yeah. I'm sure a lot of. Knowing no, it's very, very straightforward. The hair, all the facial hairs and stuff, but you can do a lot of face morphing. So it's like you guys not very generic. So that's good. You can work with not. The is I was which I liked how they broke it down piece by piece eyelashes and your eyebrows and everything you're able to adjust on at zone which when compared to go with the two K., they give you options but it's like this was more this was simpler to to get through in terms of. Okay, this is how it's breaking down. It's very straightforward and you're able to just something's going along the way which which I really liked about the creative option, which was good. So you get to pick out you know your character basics basic clothing because throughout the game, this is key you unlock different tires how you do that earning sponsorships, which is on the on PJ tour, and you get brands like Ralph Lauren, cal, Gough Adidas there like some of the major brands that the athletes wear. So you get all the cooler. Shorts and pants and. Shirts and what have you hats you watch as you can put glasses on you conduct yourself out. It's Pretty Very. Fancy. Like the moment I had money to unlock glasses sunglasses. It just turns your character up just a little bit. Makes that much cooler so I like the process of creating it to start with because it's like and it took me like a good twenty minutes to do. 'cause you gotta look through everything. You got cause you can't just pick out the first go. Hey, that's what I want especially with your face and your hairstyle and the beard or the non mirrored. What have us you gotta make sure you check boxes make good twenty minutes get through and I like that you can like earn like sponsorships and improve your character and as it improves. You get those higher in sponsorship. So you get to work your way up the ladder in the PGA tour as it were in the Gulf world as it were and you have something to strive for because know when you don't have something strive for while I'm sure this is a wonderful golf game you you're just playing golf virtually which right now current climate is all that's great. But like you know when when you, you're able to actually play golf in person on a real life course you know you're not gonNA WANNA play virtually. It's nice that you have like goals and things that you can achieve an unlock those different levels. So that way as you improve, you get more and more things in you're able to make your character more decked out in pretty nasty of those virtual courses Let's talk about the course graphics. Okay. So going I had very realistic expectations because I've played the Tiger Woods Golf's from many moons ago. Never the golf courses were very straightforward and you had trees and stuff for going into this one's like I. looked at it. Okay. All right. Very Straightforward Grass Roth and there's the trees and stuff it looks pretty solid and but the further long ago the different courses and like each course has its own feel authentic feel to it like the. P.. T.. P. Sawgrass with the big. The big. You know rough edges they have. You really could tell the difference which was which I enjoy a light because they gave you like, Hey, go out there. You know what you're the courses on the tour look like. On in this game, I believe fifteen different courses to choose from, which is pretty good You'll have them all, but you get everything in the TPC grouping of courses that that's pretty cool. East Lake Golf Club is one of them. Sawgrass as another and so as you're playing it, you know you get in the bunker. To bunker there's water because when you hit the on yeah headline a couple times. Talk about it. Changed when you Change Your Golf Club when you improve your character and There's not as much. Forgive this some of the comes and went one went when the water it's like we're not going to. We're going to move past that which is moving right it's One things though we're not gonNA talk about it, we're not talking about. Going to move past McClellan talk about the crowd 'cause you know in most senses when you have a crowd and in video games. The models are two D-. Thank they're very flat and straightforward, and it's like here's your crowd. These were three D. models for crowd which which helps. You see a lot of games where they're the very day and was like. This doesn't look realistic when you have a three D. model as a crowd person, it helps make it more authentic works more real and I thought that was a nice element to the game. So. I like that very much now speaking, of course, employees complain throughout. The announcers WanNa talk about the Nassar's really quick. Yeah. Let's talk about the announcers 'cause it's off and you're not gonNA have the over the top ness because golf is very straightforward. Well, let's me don't depends. It depends on the insane level. You hit a hole in one that's pretty Dang exciting and they get excited the not wrong but the the the announcer not over the top selling every little thing it's the give you. You know here's here's a breakdown of what's going on. At the moment with your character is to do gives you hints on how to Putt the ball or whatever you know where to hit the ball and stuff like that, and they break it down like the real pro announcing team would on your regular you know television every week The announcers are Luke. Luke LV and rich beem the Var symbols before and the music of the place behind them keeps going, which is what you want. You want to keep it moving you WanNa keep going you WANNA keep people interested in it now if you don't. Like any of the regular courses that they have in the game, you can go all Jack Nicholas on everybody just design your own course, which is pretty epic gotta say. Yet designing your own course, it's a little rough. The don't get me wrong. It's a little bit rough to navigate I go into it. When you do go into it, there's a lot of different themes to choose from including a desert theme tropical theme of rustic theme. Would just go I like the desert theme. Furry. Clear. It's like. It's different than just straight up grass. But for for all the things, you can choose the water level. The amount of hills, the plants, grass rocks throughout your course. Trees the trees. Yeah. Yeah. The trees you said the number of par-threes number far one on your course of how you can make a really hardcore real easy course. However, you want it, you can determine how big the bunkers or are the with the Greens and the fairways and and all the like which is, which is nice touch, and so the halls are pre set, but you can go in. And maneuver the Marana Limit. It's very tricky to start. You have to actually play around with it and look through it and spent some time with it but overall, the excuse me the concept of it is very nice concept it's easy to use. Once you know how to do it and what the best part about it is you can upload them to the Internet and other people can play your course. And you can download other people's courses and play them. So it's like you're rushing the game based on other people's courses. So like other two gay franchises sticking with WWe 'cause that's one of the ones are really familiar with. It's kind of like Creator Russell right where you can create different wrestlers in the creation sweet and then you upload them to the servers and depending on who you create PV people may want download it. So if there's somebody not in the game that you want in the game, you can download them and use them in the game. So it's kind of a similar concept, their lucrative remixes crews that are way to put it not wrestler but credit because the concept in the two games, it's the same type of thing you upload. Yeah. You can't okay I. I didn't realize you could upload. COUPLA crater. In the two K. Franchise. So it's like it's just like that you can. You can compete against people. It's you can challenge your friends and stuff like that so that that's a pretty cool feature with gaming is so we'll keep it fresh because after you play the game and you you work away through the PGA tour concept and all new your sponsorships and whatnot you're going to need something to do especially now. Yes. Especially right now I have one last question about the course designer. Can you parkin alligator in the middle of the fairway? I was not able to park in the Middle Fairway. Sorry. Sorry need to be able to park the all important alligator in the middle of the fairway and the thing especially if you're course is in Florida. But overall impressions. Good bad indifferent overall. I've put about. Fifteen twenty hours and the game is just now. Got to the point where I made the tour which I need to. Talk about that. So he started like the Q-school and you have to. Win that first event to make it onto the the next set of events, and then once you qualify from there. You can then make it to the PGA tour and what I've learned and run up on a little bit is when you get on the tour and you start earning your sponsorships and you start doing well, you make rivals and then you can compete against your your rivals in the game, and that will allow you to earn more points more open up new. Rewards and stuff when you beat your on the game. So it's like right little career mode thing whereas like. We can you now going against people like Sergio Garcia and the like it's like, Oh okay. Because Sergio is one of the best golfers in the world So it's like you can. Now he can be your rival because you're the new kid on the back you're trying to take his top spot like in any anything it's like, Hey, you're gonna take his spot now I don't think so he's GonNa stop you from doing that hopefully, he doesn't go all shooter mcgavin on. You. Sad hopefully, it doesn't go shoot him. But overall I enjoyed the game from what I've put into fifteen twenty hours already something like that so far I. wanted to touch on all the different things. One thing I want to talk about really quick is. The controls just to pick up the game and play. It is very simple because it's either you choose the less thump stick or the right stump stick whatever you more comfortable with flinging backwards and shooting. That's a simple basic troll learning the pot. You got to read the Greens, which way the goes goes and they give you tour of how to shift the putting and stuff, and there's a more advanced options to where you can spin the ball and stuff like that once you get really comfortable with the game and can control the game. You can improve so like if you're a Newbie, the simple easy flick of the wrist type control is very simple and straightforward, and then once you get into the game and learn the game and put more and more hours into the game and want to get really good at the game. The events options help you fine tune your player with all the different clubs and stuff year and throughout throughout. So we really good. Hey you can shoot a ball often hit the backspin bonnet repeatedly and the ball will slide backwards closer to the whole which golfing. That's what you want. You want the spin the comeback. So it's like, Hey, you're not hitting a thirty five foot. PUTT. You're hitting a five trust me I was hitting a lot five butts or attempting to thirty five pounds because I'm not. I wasn't good. With the backspin controlling it slur, you need to work on your short game just a little bit I need to work on my short game I get to the green and says I'm working on my shirt game. He's got on the long bat on the short. Exactly. So it's like it's a work in progress. Also when you change your clubs make again said that early in the review. The forgiveness thing is you got to work on it because. One. Game I switched clouds to hire a different club and it's like, Oh, my my shots were just going. That's when they were going water and stuff like that. There was no forgiveness. It's like yeah, overall. It's a very enjoyable game. It's a nice step in progression in the two K. Franchise. It's great that they have this out there I'm enjoying it. I'M GONNA keep putting more time into it. Because it's got off. It's something different to play. Because right now there's not a lot of things to do because of the current situation where we're also like having new and exciting video games to try and play is great. PJ. Tour to K. One is one I would recommend the people go out and buy it's available tomorrow August twenty first digitally download it from to case website and Yeah, you don't Amazon Game Stop You name it, download it and enjoy. I. You'll really enjoy this game. So I think that does for us. What do you think it does make sure you follow us on twitter. That talk radio that recommended to. Subscribe to our new growing Youtube, youtubecom radio show, you can follow us on twitch twitch that TV slash W. to live. If you have Amazon prime account, you can link it to your towards account. It's called Prime Games scribe for free and support the channel as we continue to grow probably play a little bit k. Twenty. One on the Stream is a couple of days. So you all say like a real football game, this is some content on Youtube Channel. And all that fun stuff. So hopefully you enjoy. The reviews and I and you know for more exciting reviews coming your way very very soon Serrato I'm Lindsay Ward. 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Why a New Paper Mario is so (Cautiously) Exciting  NVC Special

Nintendo Voice Chat

24:53 min | 1 year ago

Why a New Paper Mario is so (Cautiously) Exciting NVC Special

"The smoke into this various special standalone episode of Nintendo Voice Chat. I'll be your host today. Tom Marks We are recording this essentially because we never get lucky ever and a paper Mario. The Oregon became was announced mere hours after we recorded this. We since we're doing a little special off can be shorts can be quicker. It's in between other things. Sor sorry if it's a little bit ramshackle in that regard but wanted to get you guys are thoughts before an entire week had gone by. I am joined today Mr Brian Tano. Hey Janet Garcia Anzac Ryan. Hey everybody guys. I'm very excited about the surprise announcement but before we get into that before we get into what we think of the the trailer reveal our hopes and dreams for the game. That sort of stuff and also taking some questions from you. The listeners In a special tiny episode of Question Block We had one question for a man. I'm sorry for mispronouncing this name. It Cra Asad. Khan who asked? How would you explain what to expect from paper? Mario game to someone coming in from having played other Mario Games but never paper Mario before why should he? Mario Fan play this and this is especially relevant because Janet. You're kind of perspective in all of this is that you're not really paper. Mario person right correct. So that's the question is like why should anybody? Why should I care? Why should people care about this series if they've never played them or if maybe they've only played like color splash on we? You and you know. There's a lot of love for thousand-year door and that sort of thing. Yeah I've been thinking about this a lot since I saw it the dock this morning. Tom and like a Peter. Maria series to me is kind of a catch twenty two in that like it has a couple of really fantastic games. It has a couple of like pretty good games and unethical Pretty bad games. I might have added more games of the series there than there actually are in total. But yeah that's yeah. It's so in the seven games that I've played I've found might be. It's a very sort of simplistic action. Rpg series but it gets by mostly on its charm and the like especially the the the smart writing in characterization. I think that it's a one of the few series. This an Mario Luigi Series. One of the few video game series. That genuinely make me laugh. Like I think it's very funny. And engaging series in that regard on in terms of the actual game itself like yeah. It's kind of simple like pick up and play action. Rpg. That doesn't require a ton of like stat managing management or mid maxing. Or anything like that. Yeah I think that's a good way to put it. It's it's a very simple it's like an RPG ajar PG that's like not doesn't itself nearly as seriously as a lot of like the big heavy clunky Derek. Pg's out there. It's also a sort of a fraction of the time sync for better or worse. I always appreciate these Games because I can go into the knowing I can finish them in fifteen twenty hours. I think Zack said he totally nailed it like. They're incredibly charming games. The art style. There's a lot of the heavy lifting here. I think that like occasionally they attempt to be sort of rudimentary platforms Which is not really their forte mixed results. I'd say like something Super Mario got platforming to some sort of interesting levels of that. We never really saw on the later games in terms of like rotating perspectives and stuff like that But yeah these are. These are sort of like fun. Quirky charming simple. Rpg's for all ages for people who don't really want to invest one hundred hours in a in a like really hard core J. RPG and also really love Mario and some of his friends and as someone who's already thirty five hours to a runoff percent. Five Royal I get the the appeal of a shorter. Rpg Let's talk about this. One specifically paper Mario the Origami King. This announcement came out of absolutely nowhere and already has released eight for two months from now on July seventeenth going up against ghost of Sushi. Emma but I think probably the audiences are a little bit different for those two games. So you know there we go. What did you guys me. The trailer genuinely. What like how how how to make you feel? It was absolutely wonderful surprise to get this kind of out of nowhere. I think it was also like I think a lot of people are just starting to wind down on animal crossing in. They're sort of looking at the horizon. No intended and saying what's next a puns too early punts And so I think there's been a lot of chatter about like you know the lack of Nintendo directs or news on re really. You know I party stuff happening. The rest of the year E three is a big question mark in terms of when you know a anyone will be actually presenting any sort of new information about video games across the industry around that month and so this was a really nice sort of thing to wake up to Yesterday and just go. Oh Yeah. They're making a brand new paper. Mario Game More importantly this was rumored for awhile and it was part of a sort of a series of rumors that we talked about on the show before which is celebrating the thirty fifth anniversary of Super Mario. And bring on this sort of a ushering in a whole set of master's and stuff like that. So part of me was like a new new paper. Mario game almost poop Mario and third. That's that's coming next And The other part of me was like. Oh the thirty fifth anniversary remastered. Rumors might be true too. So maybe this is going to get kind of the hype. Train started on all that. Yeah and I do that. Were rumors later but like the trailer itself also just like it just looks like a cool paper. Mario game to me. I think that that you know my my genuine feeling upon seeing that trailer was cautious optimism in that now that this is the ninth injury in the paper Mario series. It's always the same kind of thing like you see the new one and it's like Oh this is great. I'm so excited about this thing. But then you remember the previous game and you're like well that wasn't very good. So I I I think that the the way that they keep refining redefining the art style and the new mechanics. They keep putting in their. Make me excited to play it But I'm curious to see how much they've changed. How much they can actually take it back to their the paper On the sixty four thousand your door people love so much. And if that that you know that'll shine through and make the game a standout in the franchise that now has fifteen injuries. So and that is that was born more signed. That is the interesting thing about this too is like it felt like almost everybody had like collective. Amnesia where all again other paper Mario Game. And then everyone at the same time like why. The last two weren't that explain like none of them are bad. That's the thing I don't think any of them have been the eaten nines or tens in a very long time but I think that like what we're hoping for. Is that like every single one of them including the the one on three D. S. was like such an almost and so like the recipes there the formulas their art styles. There think that there's so much in play that can jell together to make such an awesome game But it's always missing a little bit of something or dragged on a little longer feels a little too repetitive. Or there's a mechanic that feels a little dumbed down and so I think that like the optimism you saw from people here Albeit cautious not was that there's a chance for this to be the one where everything comes together and an actually really works out for something stellar thought because I haven't played in near the previous games and like I know that the old ones are really good but I was thinking about how you know. I'm like didn't everyone eight to everyone's like yeah but like is going to be different this time like everyone seems ready to get hurt again. You know and it'll it'll be interesting to see like I think a lot of these kind of side franchises. Sometimes they end up being a little bit of a mixed bag. I mean it looked good from the trailer but it's also a trailer right if it always looks exciting in the trailer. Kind the point of it. I am here for these insanely long. Arms I was excited about the long the puzzle solving that was that was key and weird. Goofy like you know speaking of like side stuff like I remember playing like a bunch of inside story like how corky random that guy I love seeing the Bloomberg covered in like I don't know lighting was trying to consume like mistake. Gumbo is really cool so it looks like it has a lot of personality. But that doesn't always I think one of the heralded issues within games but sometimes you stop. It looks really exciting. But then when you play it it's less The game play doesn't really live up to the design of the aesthetics and the feel like I even had that feeling playing the most recent Kirby game The early levels in crafting world had that Later on got stronger game. Tahmina your enjoyed it but I think sometimes there are those issues where it seems so great but then when you play the live up so I think we'll kind of need to wait until we actually get hands on with it to see whether or not it. Is You know. Return to forum in the things that people loved about it or just another like okay. Entry in a in a solid series. Br Brian and I talked about this a little bit yesterday on news games and more weekdays at four PM on Jan Dot Com and Youtube but We specifically talked a little bit about. How nintendo with the paper. Mario series has a tendency to to hinge the entire game on like one mechanic and kind of run that into the ground. And that's the kind of thing that I'm a little concerned about because after one thousand nine inches in the series like obviously they know how to make a competent paper Mario Game. But I'm just. I'm just worried that they're not learning from the stuff that they've navy missed staffed on in the past and so those are the kinds of things that I hope that we can get past in this new and I think that the the thing that makes me feel a little more confident in this one is that we saw so much variety in this trailer alone. There are so many different mechanic mechanic's at play and a lot of different settings and backdrops. And I think that's really interesting. And maybe bodes well for keeping the series fresh after twenty plus injuries. So yeah I was. I was looking over. Aegean top twenty five paper. Mario Games and I was surprised. Got Killed Zak yeah. I was surprised to see that you know a lot of these. In terms of kind of transversal are pretty rudimentary and pretty straightforward. But this one seems like had a lot going on that was almost like this sort of like the DS. Zelda Games have that sort of like touch screen voting around around our earliest. The first one did specifically And I I was picking up vibes to sort of like mild when waker stuff I think that like kind of going around the world looks really interesting here. The sort of The splits between the actual paper style and the kind of paper shape paper craft style The like paper Craft Goumas and stuff like that. I think there's like A. There's there's a lot of potential here for different gameplay mechanics that weird sort of like puzzle spiral thing they showed you know. Which is Mario? Fighting Group enemies interlocking asset of circles That looks like it has potential to be fairly interesting but also kinda frustrating so yeah I don't know I. I think there's a lot more here than say the the three D. S. paper Mario Game which you know felt pretty repetitive. On the interesting thing about this trailer to is like I don't necessarily think it was like a well cut trailer but the reason I think that is because it was basically like a shotgun blast of just like. Here's another thing. Here's another thing. Here's another area. Here's another mechanic and like I loved that right. It was almost rushed because they had so much they wanted to show. And you're right. There were some interesting stuff that there was like a Dune buggy. You're driving there was a boat you're sailing through. There was really cool. Section of like tall grass. There was like a log ride going down a river like they showed off a lot of really cool looking stuff and one thing I did want to dig down on was the combat specifically because one of the things people kind of going in on his their their dislike with sticker star and color splash is that they use these sort of like limited resource card based combat systems right or sticker base rape basically. That's what they are is like a kingdom. The Kingdom hearts were three D. S. A. can't earn can't the chain China Memories Memories. Yeah it was a similar Combat System to that not real time obviously This game from what we've seen. There was a a video on the Japanese. It's not a leak people that it was leaked but it's not a leaked video on only on the Japanese version of the paper. Mario Origami King site that showed off the combat. A little more and that weird interlocking wheel is the combat. And they're calling it a mix it to like puzzle RPG combat or. What you're doing. It seems like in each round. Is You have a certain amount of time to twist these wheels that all the enemies are on and line them up so that when you use an attack you can hit multiple enemies in a row where you can get combos that way so that just seems to be like how the combat works and it doesn't from what we can tell us a resource system. It doesn't cool things like bringing back the crowd. The audience from early paper Mario Games and like I'm kind of into it so far like I'm really excited to see more of that combat system. Yeah I I'm predicting it right now. interlocking wheel things we make it or break it for a lot of people like it's. I think it looks interesting enough but it's also I could see that being severely tedious after doing it for fifteen twenty hours. I mean obviously Nintendo's they're gonNA throw a lot into that mechanic at they always do. Is they basically build a mechanic for a video game? You know a a gimmick but in like the a the most loving way possible and they build an entire video game around in the expand on that mechanic as much as they possibly can We've seen them do that with with so many games before and so I really hope this one sort of sticks landing because it's a I could. I could definitely see myself after you know fifteen hours. A spinning dials. Like I'm good a yeah. I think I think fifteen hours is about the Max you can expect from these Games though I you know. I don't feel like any of them. Have run much much further over fifteen to twenty hours and that's kind of a completion. Est they're not seventy plus our JR PG is like your final fantasy sevens and persona fives. But what about in between the interlocking wheels? You drive a little doom buggy. I'm into the astor. I really liked coming off of that boat section that they showed that was that little car is actually Shoe that Mario Goodson. It's a bronze that green. So like I do like those little like small now than I think you know. Kind of bring it back to that original question of like someone who isn't into these games like watch you play them. Withdraws these kind of side series. That Nintendo has with Mario. Is that if you know. Mario and play the Games before you get these little pieces of enjoyment from the Lord that sprinkled throughout honestly Myers a story heavy game. But there's so much bill out into those worlds in terms of the power in the abilities and the enemies and just seeing those different contexts is always like refreshing exciting. The front thing I wanted to touch on before we get to some questions as well is just quickly like I feel about the fact that this is getting revealed two months before release and like if there wasn't he three with this beginning revealed a month before released like this is wild the super cool to me. I can't think Nintendo has been pretty pretty good. This cycle about keeping their cards close to their chests playing their cards. Close definitely stuff where it's like. Hey this game will come out in you know at the end of the year or this game is coming out you know in the next few months and so this is just another example them having something in their back pocket. Okay well now. We're GONNA put this out. I do. I do think that it's interesting. I saw a lot of people online talking about how this this particular trailer felt like. It was because of the abrupt way that it ended felt like it was clipped out of a bigger direct. So I you know. I'm curious about that in and especially considering that we got follow up news this morning about any s and new any SNES games coming to a those platforms on switch. So you know. Maybe there was something that they had planned for bigger announcements that you know that that e three direct that they postponed that we're kind of getting bits and pieces of now as things are getting closer yet. They don't to hold till July basically in a year in a year where we are you know. The the rest of Nintendo's released calendar is big question mark. It's nice to have something to look forward to in a post animal crossing world so definitely in who's to say that the cove also play some type of factor I know we talked about this news games more which is live four PM PT Everyday due but in all seriousness. We talked about how like. Oh it feels like somebody's announcements like it'll be mentioned in there like it's two weeks from now it's a month from now in a part of that might just be our work perception of time as we all are at home but I think the benefit of doing it that way is like when life was normal a few months or a year or like a few seasons for now seemed kind of normal but now it just feels so far away so I think having these short announcement to release cycles really beneficial because it makes the audience a little bit less agitated I think we're at the point where it allowed. If it's far away it just seems even farther away so I think it's a little bit a little bit of Columbia and obviously the lack of each reading. These other events is also due to Kobe. So I think a lot of how the world has changed the announcements and game hype and how all those are cyclic grew to that. I totally agree as well. And we put out a call for questions for question block a special little one On our NBC. Podcast forums on facebook. Go enjoy him. It's great low community. So thank you. Everyone who contributed I grab a few of those same Schumacher. How much credence does the announcement of this game? Give to the other. Mario related rumors. We've heard this year Brian. You already touched on this little bit that you know the thirty fifth anniversary stuff but there was also a rumor. That a new paper Mario Game. They knew trudy metro game. We're going to be coming out this year and obviously you got to take all these with grain of salt. They're all not confirmed. We don't know but that was another one that half of which was seemingly proven true. Yeah I mean we. We've been talking for almost nineteen minutes now about this trailer and we've really Kinda gloss over one of the most cool parts of it. Which is that Little Easter? I get the end where there's a paper mcshea Metro Sam Helmet And obviously this got everybody going insane yesterday in the best way possible because we need a little hope right now and metro hope for a long time now And so yeah. I think that there's something there I don't necessarily think it automatically means I mean I'll put it this way. It can mean a number of things it could mean Bibo support for for this paper Mario Game. It could mean it's just cool. Easter Egg or it could mean that they're ready to talk about metro-dade again in some capacity whether that's a brand new two d. one maybe they have some interesting stuff to show for prime for Either way like it's it's good news. It reminds me of the year where I believe. Reggie wore like metro pin and everybody lost their minds. And I don't think it actually turned into anything but It's hope and that's what Medford fans need and yeah I would be all for it. So hopefully it becomes something real. I think it lends a lot of creating cities remorse. I think this coming out. It's a good sign that the rumors are true. I don't think it's a guarantee by any means. But kinda reminds me of Tom Before Pokemon or Joselito. You did an article on you know this like the new the latest trailer or like direct shows. Some of these rumors have been proven true and then we look back at the release pretty much. All of those rumors were true. Except for maybe some of the details like the naming bang for different or maybe a few details in there didn't actually out so I kind of see this as something similar like the more and more these announcements come out now aligned with that rumor the more I started to believe everything on that list so really good sign. I'm not ready to say for sure yet. I also just want to get my hopes up because it's such a cool like it was such a cool rumor and I'm like it. Sounds too good to be in his to say that like you know where her kind of started. This river didn't just throw a couple of extra things marital padded. I'll make a little bit. You're also potentially to to avoid getting caught. If they knew the information you know throw a couple of things that are inaccurate. Those that's always a possibility when rumors are swirling around so yeah it's starting to look good. I'm not ready to serve at a frigging bed. Which is exciting. Just put prime one on switch just put zero emission switch. Just that's it just hang on. I just want metrication. But that's all I want. Make Yarn I. I'll take if it leads the rest of them but no I I like fusion but zero mission and the first prime game use the with this not best suit that wasn't as good as zero-emission. Wow Wow you know what? Well I don't mind you're better than all forty five games combined and I'll fight to the death this is. This is escalating wildly out of control. There are two questions a couple of questions that are really quickly wanted to breeze through running in time but jaundice asked. Does this mean the next tender is after July seventeenth I think? No that does not mean that specifically I think it could go either way. We've seen with other directs where they'll announce a game with just a trailer and then do a direct to expand on that game so it could be that we're going to get something religious that just expands on paper. Mario coming out later So no I don't think that means that specifically We also had a question from Emmanuel Luevano Nevada. Sorry I'm terrible names. The only paper Maya Game I played with sticker star but was just never motivated. Finish it do have OJI paper. Murray on thousand your door using sticker stars perimeter should. I tried the older games. I'd say one hundred percent play. Thousand-year DOOR THOUSAND-YEAR DOOR is like. I think it's one of the most underrated games on the GAMECUBE. And Yeah and that's saying something about a game that is actually pretty rated but thousand your doors the one that people always points to when they talk about like with the hallmarks of a series that has over fifty entries in it. You want to go back and play the best of the best. And so it's it's tough when you've got that many but yeah thousand-year door is definitely worth the tar. Yeah I think you can probably skip the Oji one. I think the other ones are up to you. But thousand doors worth going back for if you can find a way to play it a and finally David Barbara ask since newsbreaks after NBC can you start doing NBC twice a week? So we can get the Metro Trilogy. Announcement already No promises we did do twice a week this week but this was a special case. I'm sorry we can't quite help you out in that regard Thankfully though we to say I think if we stick with the Wednesday schedule it means that you're pretty much guaranteed Nintendo News on Thursday and so strong. Look at the look at the bright side here as long as You keep recording on Wednesdays you're gonna get an awesome news drop on Thursday. We may not always get to it. But wouldn't you rather have that in two episodes and no news? Yeah if you think about it. I mean we're really taking a hit for the fans you know again. We're working working in partnership with you. Guys it news. And we don't so that's really. Yeah speaking of shutting this business down right now. Thank you very much for listening. If you're new to this show we usually have normal episode as we've said on Thursday at three PM This was a special one offer doing in between meetings. Because we're very busy. But we'd Wanted Stock. Do this with you can always contact us at NBC at Aegean Dot Com over email or on the NBC. Podcasts worms on facebook or in the comments on Youtube. You know I- Jen Dot Com anywhere you can. We'd love to talk to you on twitter. All those places at NBC podcast. Twitter believe are handle very go. I hope the satisfied your Mario Paper. Mario craving and remember that. This is the only place where you can because they.

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How to Get More of the Right Things Done

Copyblogger.fm

29:50 min | 2 years ago

How to Get More of the Right Things Done

"Rainmaker FM hey everyone and welcome to copy Blogger FM. I'm Brian Clark and this week. We're doing something a bit different. Daryl Fester felt is off spending some time with his beautiful new baby girl who just welcomed into the world and we realized that we had an episode in the queue from Sonia Simone so let's sit back and listen in Sonia speaks with longtime copy Blogger Fran Charlie gilkey about productivity. This podcast is brought to you by copy blogger dot com words that work build your on authority with powerfully effective content marketing get superior content marking education so you can build a remarkable online and presence head over to copy blogger dot com to learn more. That's copied blogger dot com. Everybody rates seal again. Welcome back to copy blogger. FM Content Marketing Guest Cubby Blogger FM is about emerging content marketing trans interesting disasters and Enduring Best Practices along with the occasional rant. My name is Sonia Simone. Am co-founder copy blogger media. I also share more writing any complete archived podcasts at remarkable dash communication dot com so unless this is your first time here you will notice. I have a cold semi vocal quality. He is a little off but that's alright because have guest today. I'm really pleased that I'm here today. With Charlie Gilkey and Charlie has been a member of our community forever. We have had so many long conversations and and you know things done together. He's written for the blog so it's kind of long overdue to have him on the podcast. Charlie welcome. Thanks so much for having me for things one. It's been a minute since I've been you know some since we've we've had a damn copy blogger but to thanks for showing up with a cold yeah well. You got to got to be brave. let's turbo. Just letting people know kind of you know what you do. Who is it you help. How do you help them. All that good stuff so great I helped people finish the things that matter most depending upon where you are in in your business journey like on the corporate side. We might call that strategy execution. If you're just in your this UNIFIL shop you might be sort of coming from the camp of just getting stuff done but largely speaking what I help people do is take the ideas that they have filter to the ones that really matter and actually get them. I'm done so that they can get the success the fulfillment the mastery in the results that they want from their idea business or career yeah cool cool and to that end you have a new book coming out which is called start finishing how to go from idea to done. I was looking enough. I got an advanced copy so thank you for that. I've been enjoying doing it and you know. Obviously we look around. There are so many books about productivity about you know getting more projects done out there. What was it that she were not seeing on the shelves that you wanted to add to that conversation you know this really interesting and I think there are three things one is. The problem that I had that got me started with productive flourishing in the first place is that so many of my challenges came down to getting projects done so the productivity literature is a lot about tasking asking you know maybe the next action maybe messing around filling with your schedule or whatever after you're using but when it comes down to it there are these broader projects that tend and to be cashed out in terms of quarters that they didn't really help me with right and so by problem was messy middle world of projects and and so I thought you know want to start out. Maybe it's out there and I just haven't found it yet but never find it in a way and I've been doing this for about twelve years. So what one thing that start finishing helps you do is really go from that idea and remember. We don't do ideas. We do projects and that's where people get stuck. Doc is like you have a bunch of ideas and they automatically apply some commitment juice or some accountability. Jews to that idea but that's not really where you are. We do projects so that's one thing to I would say say that I get super frustrated and Sonya and I've gone had talked about this for the last decade or so I get super frustrated by how much the productivity literature richer focuses on economic work but it leaves the work of our lives out of the equation and so we end up having these really lopsided awkward awkward conversations about work life balance and is largely because we haven't made the work of our lives as important as the lives of our work and so I wanted to really write that right start finishing we understand it you know in my language anything that takes time energy and attention as a project so that closet of doom as a project that you know move across the United States or to Europe. That's a project getting married getting divorced getting kids off the couch. All those are projects that we have to make time and space for and were not it so I wanted to include that in the conversation and third I wanted to talk more about the root causes of why we don't do the work that matters most of us rather than just continuing to apply. Ben Dates to it and continuing to just sort of hack at the top of the the top of the weed as it were. Let's get to the roots of this and really really address this because for so many people the there's this awkward tension in that the things you most want to do are the things you're going to thrash about when thrashing is just that manifesto that Meta flailing that emotional work that quote unquote research that you're doing but you're not actually pushing the idea for the more matters to you. The more you're going to thrash. None of us have an existential crisis about doing the dishes or taking the trash out starting business. Launching a product getting married carried getting a new job moving. All those types of things can be things we do start that thrashing precisely because it matters to us and I think that's been something we haven't talked about enough in space productivity and personal development yup very cool very cool. I the thing about people who are pretty tippety vity books that consistently gets a minor and I think it might get on your nerves too. There's a molly ivins quote. He was born on third base and he thinks he hit a triple. It's like they write these books about well. You can have all the success in can have everything you want and you look at them and you think you have no problems you have a very straightforward situation and you have a lot of unexamined privilege and all that good stuff and I know you pretty well and I know that that's not exactly where you came from. Do you WanNa talk about some of the challenges that you faced in being a successful person and being a person who gets you do get a lot done. I think that's kind kind of admirable and amazing. What's what are some of the things that have held you up so people because I think otherwise people sort of feel like well. It's easy for you because you have X. Y. And we'll have our own stuff yeah. I'm glad you start at that so for the majority of my life. I've always been the underdog I mean that grew up poor multiracial and in the south in the eighties right and so in in multiracial in the south major black right so I grew up poor in black in the south and and there wasn't a lot of like resources laying around and a lot of attention given to me and my creative career anything like that. I didn't even know that this was a possibility ability like being an author and being a consultant and doing what I do now nowhere near you know I didn't know that that was the thing that people did and so so all my life it's been sort of trading up and using the best of what I've got in fighting through the tensions of that and you know super fortunate in that I joined joined boy scouts and then I joined the military and things like that which really did give me a lot of the skill sets at show up in this book and character sets but throughout all of this even since starting starting productive flourishing in two two thousand seven like moving to Portland and the major lifestyle change. That's been several car accidents a few surgeries. You know my wife. Angela has some mental health challenges due to Prost Matic stress around dying and some other things like that and so yeah it's not like it's just been like hey you know I started out with a bunch of money and I started out family a privilege and it started out with this with his wide opportunity set and and just like Oh yeah it's super easy and I think that's the message that I'm going to come across from the book because the other thing about people other thing about some of the productivity literature said it it can make people feel like did about themselves. Just make them feel uniquely defective. Somehow and that's the thing is that I want people to know like you're not uniquely defective whatever store you have like when you say like yeah that worked for that person but it won't work for me because I got the thing yeah whatever thing you have other people have that thing to write right. They might that person you're looking at may have that thing they may not. They may have a privileged to not having that but there's also stores especially from US creative folks like we're forever. Forever faded to be unable to get together. It's just one of those things or we tell ourselves. Things like I'm not a planner or I'm a procrastinator or all. Those types absorb things in that head trash that we accrue man. It's so much weight on on what we need to do and the way I like to think about it as imagine in a big vin diagram right so you got the big circle of all the energy required to do any given thing and then a much smaller circle in their completely contained by the bigger circle is the amount of work the amount of actual work it takes to do it. It's tiny compared to that big circle that bigger circles full field with head trash and filled with stories and field with you know all the dread is filled with all of that sort of stuff that just makes it so much harder to do the work to finish it. Get it done and move to the next thing. Yeah it's innocent. It's kind of a you know. A lot of people say it and a lot of people say it because it's how it works. It's amazing to me how much I can build up certain projects into these terrifying horrible things and then you just avoid them so that works great. You Know Yeah Yeah. It's it's a big deal. Do you have like A. Do you have a handle that you give people when they say you know. That's that's great for other people people but I'm just one of nature's you know unproductive people. I'm I'm basically lazy or just basically a procrastinator and I've tried everything and it just doesn't work. It's just not for me to have a handle that you can give people to start to climb out of that. Yes oh I'll start this way. No one needs productivity system or an accountability buddy to eat ice cream. Yes right now seems pretty obvious right. The things we enjoy the things we love the things that that have a very short delay between doing the work and getting the outcome are things things that we go into and so I look at it from a matter of motivation values and prioritization right in so plenty people for Krasny and and our demotivated to do things that they don't WanNa do Duh. You don't WanNa do those things right but that's not necessarily about you or your character. It's about the thing in your relationship to it and so really what I want to orient more people onto his what are the things at fire you up. What are your ice creams that if you were to just allow yourself to do that head and I'm very carefully saying allow yourself to do them because a lot of times there are things that are right in front of us that we don't allow ourselves to do right we keep waiting for for that better time or the better boss or you know when we have more resources. We have sort of a bunch of barriers put up before we can even jump into that thing but again very rarely. Do I find the case where someone really loves to do a thing but then they're lazy or they're you know they procrastinate on that thing and so finding that alignment super super important which leads to the sort of obvious objection of like what if you have a bunch of work that you don't want to do like what if you've got a job you don't like you know how how do you get the motivation to do that and again tying it back to broader values and things like that like you may not like to be the Barista or some version of briefed for a knowledge worker right and and if it's really important for you to keep food on the table and that's why you show up every day then that can give it some meaning and purpose that at least make it be be such you can not continue to self sabotage not continue to you not do well at that job. You may not ever thrive and I hate to say it that way but you know I speak the truth when I can right. I guess I speak the truth when when I had the opportunity to. It's very hard to thrive in your life in your career if if you're not focusing on the values and the priorities and the goals that matter to you you can get by but thrive not so much yeah yeah. I had a conversation recently with Tim Bronson who just wrote a book. Why didn't just it's been out for a little while actually about values because I'm a big. That's my my battery battery. You know it's like if I'm if batteries running low you sit down and think about well what does matter to me on right about it because I think what you're saying thing is really important to say not everything we do in our professional lives or our family lives or anything else is going to be enjoyable double or you know that there's a lot of stuff that we all do that is not enjoyable and sometimes you know we don't assign a lot of meaning to it or whatever it might be. That is how it goes for nearly everybody and yet you know we have this time on this planet that we want to do something cool so that we have to make some peace with that. I think that's true and I think it's partially because of our association in the West with are the sort of correlation between all right entity in our work right and when we look at things like parenting. There's a lot to do a parenting that no one really wants to do right no but we don't have a huge story about the work entailed all the all the credit messy part of being a parent and who we are we. We understand that being a parent is accepting that there are times where you have to do that but when it comes to our especially economic work we tend to get to this place where it's like. Oh I may either too good for this so this is not what I want to be doing or whatever that sort of wasn't without realizing it like maybe there are aspects of your work that see in the analog to wipe into babies but like no no one wants to do that but it's a part of doing it and there's not a whole big story about that at necessary part. If you can like managed to get that out of your work that's great. I think the amount of emotional angst that we apply to it again goes back to that big van diagram those talking about like you know for example. We have a geriatric. She's twenty years old. She's having problems with walking and she's having problems getting into the litterbox so occasionally she's half she. She's like half hitting the mark in the box and Ping Ping outside the box and that happened this morning right and she's old taking it helping and so like when I woke up this morning that happened it wasn't like Damn Yukata. What's what's wrong with my life and the socks and everything like she peed outside the box again cleaning up it takes five minutes move on right now. I think there is stuff that happens in our work life our economic work that is that similar the nature except for we do go through that that tantrum about. Tantrum is a good word any word. I use a lot for myself. I wouldn't necessarily advise using it for other people because people get really salty but it's really useful to be able to notice when it's like. I seem to be having a giant tantrum right now about doing something that is just part of towel. Life is and you know the Tantrum is making it worse so maybe I could just not do that. You talked a little bit before we started recording about. There's a and I think this happens to a lot of especially talented and creative people. people who do have maybe a little quite a quite an interesting spark to them and and they've got so many things they want to do and ideas and there's this real rich inner life and they look over and someone who is not as cool as they are and obviously that's an huge coach air quotes right but somebody like doesn't seem to have that rich inner life has just completely lapped them like they've just bully while you were sitting there thinking about the optimal optimal way to put all these pieces together they just did it and they did a version that might not be as amazing as the thing that was in your head but their thing exists in the world so that's that's kind of more helpful. I mean I know you see this a lot. With people who are who are creative and is the answer just well just slapped but together and do it and don't don't have all this creative dreams because I don't think it's that either. I think it's understanding the cost of being a renaissance soul in many different ways is because every aspect of every interest every quirk every sort of project every venture sure you want to hang onto they all require upkeep in the term of projects right and you gotta do stuff to keep active to keep good to move from along and it turns out that we spread ourselves so thin that on the one hand it's like really interesting and fun in many ways to to be a professional amateur but over the course of five years or decades it can be really frustrating and so part of it is just like if that's your jam understanding and when you get frustrated envious when you have some sort of comparison is come up about someone who's just been focused on is like understand that that was a choice that you made right and Dan you traded novelty for mastery okay great. That's the choice you made live with it right and if you want a different choice make different or if you want different outcomes make different choices then. I realized I sound like like a heart attack on that one but it really does come down to how your time energy and attention are building something thing that matters to you and the other thing is like it just happened to me is happened to me and the original line of the proposal or the first line of the first proposal four start finishing was those who ship win right those who ship win and right as we like to three weeks before we were going to market. I didn't notice from a buddy that someone had written a book that was very much talking to the promise and the pain that this book was and because because I've talked about is Johnny Kaw came out with finish two three weeks before I came to market and I was like at first. I was super pissed because I'm like red in the face like how dairies like I got deep worked in Newport Rhode deep work. I was in the same way I was like man. I was writing a book right but all Hell No. I'm not getting deep worked again but I was also a looked at. Ah What I had said in my proposal he shipped before I did. He like this isn't about me or is not about him is about me. I didn't shit because I had focused on other priorities. It's all good and also I'm like. I'm not going to deport again so I'm. GonNa go forward with it and so the fact of matter is is like if people we got to understand that those who finish the projects that matter are the ones who are winning and so if you want to win in that way finish the projects that matter yeah and circling back to what we talked about earlier that's not always and this is a big theme for me with our community. It's not always the work for money. It's not always is the you know digital product or the business or whatever sometimes the project that you're working on. That's the most important to you something going on in your family and fund there are people who say that's an excuse and I don't buy that. I think it's a I think it's a priority and we have different priorities and you know all of us kind of accountable to ourselves. But what do I want my life to mean. Do I want my life to mean that ship. This amazing digital course win. You know and it cost me my marriage. Trust me my relationship with my kid or AM I. GonNa Focus on this now and then this later and that takes longer it takes longer just does yeah. I'm with you on that. I wouldn't I mean I want to look back so there's really awkward thing in that like a I have yet to complete my dissertation in philosophy right so I'm near PhD in philosophy if he would which is really awkward when you've written a book called start finishing right and in two thousand sixteen. I was like you know I've been out of academia for a while. Now there is a time limit on this. I need to figure that out what that was reached out to the university and on Election Day two thousand sixteen. I got my response back multiple responses on election Sunday but pursue pursuant to this particular project. They told me that I needed to have it completed by two thousand seventeen two months and so and so my first thing was like this is typical of academics you don't say winning twenty seventeen so as at the beginning twenty seventeen or the in two thousand seventeen because how scrudem here right right two months bluesy screwed rude if it's a year there's a chance but probably still be screwed so after a few moments of hot face and resentment and anger and all that sort of whatnot and sort of Paul's. It's not like you know over the last ten years. What would I have done differently. It's sort of the life level or how would our prioritize differently really so that the dissertation would be done but other things would not and would I make that choice again and as thought about us like I I wouldn't have prioritize taste things differently and part of what's been going on for me. Sony and you know this is like I've always been faced with this choice of. I can complete your sister station that six people for whom I paid to read it will read it and then a few letters after my name for career that I'm no longer in or or I can write a book that potentially helps thousands tens of thousands of people finally do the work that they need to do to thrive in the world like which is more important to me in the book is always one always one and so here I am. You Know Twenty Nineteen dissertation. Still Undone but the book is done and you know what let I can live with that. That's the priority and so I agree with you. That had like whenever people start whenever folks are like well. That's a cop out. You could've made it work and things like that. I'm like you know until you've walked in that person's shoes. You don't know what they're going through and you don't you don't get to set other people's values and priorities for them. Clearly they come from the sort of Gandhi camp where action expresses priority which really can piss people off because when you like look at your schedule over the last last two weeks your schedule is a representation of your priorities. and people. I know is not I have other. Priorities is where are they. How are you taking action on them and so if if it turns out that you've got you know an ageing parent and you're the primary caretaker and that takes up fifteen twenty hours a week. Guess what you don't have fifteen twenty hours a week to do other things yeah and looking back five years later or ten years later whenever they pass on. Are you gonNa say you know what I wish that I would've finished project X and not focus so much of my parents not so much on being there for them in that stage. I don't think most of us are GonNa make that decision which again goes to my point of what what pisses me off about so many of our conversations because not only does it leave out the relational quality but I'm GONNA go. There makes the whole conversation in assessable all to a lot of women as well right yeah yeah well and and it's an interesting thing and anybody who's you know. Parenting is a big part of their how they're spending their time. It's a balance because you also don't necessarily need to be martyred. Your kids projects like you know so it's it's not like there's an answer that fits everybody. It's really leap for me about kind of awareness and just understanding the opportunity cost because everything has an opportunity cost of time of energy just about anything that you do do is GonNa. Take away from something else so we're all always working that equation. I'm I'm curious. This just fascinates me because I'm I'm very interested interested in productivity and focus and I talk to people about it on the podcast and I read people's books where is going on with us like a generation ago there. was you know a couple of things by. Napoleon Hill and you know there's this just handful of books about how to be more productive and now it's you know it's the whole section of the bookstore bookstore. What is why do you think that is tired of that. Is just the publishing revolution that we're going through and that it's easier to write books now. It's easier like they're. We're just more places where you can right. There are no gatekeepers so you got an idea on productivity like sign up for medium right up log was he had cost you nothing right. That's new that did not exist twenty years ago thankfully because I don't know what it'd be doing without it will on. I have some ideas whatever you're doing but it wouldn't be doing this the second one and this is a really Walker statement from a guy who's written a productivity but what qualifies you as our productivity expert right. There's no degrees like how how does that. Come up so those those are sort of two landscape factors. I think third one is that because of the productivity gains that we've had from largely information technology computers and the Internet had that had demands on individual workers knowledge workers are so much higher than they used to be and so in some ways we we have expected our productivity to keep up with technological capabilities of the computers that we have the technology that we use which is complete folly. It's one hundred percent folly but we do it anyways and then I'd say the fourth one is at the same time in a lot of these are technological ex- ex- explanations of it. The fourth fourth one is that we now carry our work in our pocket. If we're not careful everywhere we go and so just think of the patterns of how many people now it it's normal to say be watching TV in the evening but having a laptop on the sort of you know couch stand so that you can check things and you can do things and you can be multitasking in a different way and so I think that has gotten us to this place to where we're always on our we feel like like we should always be on but we're clearly not always productive and focused and so there's this mismatch that we we commit against against the the full waking time that we have when we start thinking about what we should do without realizing that on any given day. We're lucky if we have four to six hours of really focused time like that's a great day that many people don't have and that's the type of I call them. Focus locks those two or three focused blocks a day that you can put in those periods. That's what fuel the work that especially the economic work that really matters right but we don't have it so. I think it's a lot of those things going on and for creative knowledge workers. We live in a winner. Take all or winner take most society. We are in an era in which there can be it seems really exponentially greater game gains for those who win versus those who are just putting a work in so we think that if we work harder and work more that we're going to be one of the winners that take most and it's just a feature night. I was listening this is this is an aside but I think it's relevant force. I was listening to the indicator which is a podcast by planet money and I think they mentioned at the top up point zero. One percent of musicians earn something like sixty percent of the revenue from the entire music industry right right but those patterns are happening for writers errors and you know there's that author that writes on on X. That's going to make a huge amount just because they're them versus the rest of us out there like writing writing and doing the hard work so I think there's a lot of things going on there and we have if I were to sum it all up our expectations and the commitments we make off of those expectations don't match reality and they've accelerated with the pace of technology yeah. I think that's that's that spot on well. I could definitely chat with you for a long time and we have many times done so but I would like to steer people toward the book. It is called start art finishing how to go from idea to done Charlie's last name Gilkey J. L. E. Y. And a book publication Dates Still L. September twenty four th is that right correct and I assume people can get it out all the regular places you know Amazon Barnes and noble and all those kind of things yeah you could you get there. You can get into India bookstores. It's going to be everywhere yes so this is good great. Thank you so much for the conversation and yeah I would really encourage people. Charlie's been working with this stuff coaching people writing about this stuff for a long time and he really has good sal solid grounded approach. I think you're gonNA find useful so Charlie thank you thanks so much.

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JTT Tech News and Commentary - August 3, 2020

Joey's Totally Tech

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JTT Tech News and Commentary - August 3, 2020

"Hello everyone. It's Joey. Here. Today we'll be discussing this week antitrust hearing. Seriously that's a good chunk of the news. This week and Wa wa is suddenly the number one foam manufacturer in the world apple's new back but could cost eight hundred dollars. INVIDIA is in advanced talks to buy arm. But not without some controversy at arm, there's a damn of robots being built in Japan. The US government wants to build nuclear power plants on the moon and Mars, and NASA is about to test its first off world helicopter. It's time for the news and commentary own Joey's totally tech. And Welcome it's August third twenty twenty. This is the past week's news here. Own Joey totally tech. Takeaways this week's antitrust hearing the antitrust here he'd evolved Apple Google facebook, and Amazon, the companies are trying to convince the House Judiciary Committee that their businesses did not amount to anti-competitive monopolies. The companies were tried to make the case that they provide beneficial products where there is competition and their massive scale makes their services better. Many in Congress questioned claims. David cicilline Democrat for Rhode Island and chair of the House. Judiciary Committee opened up the hearing by warning about the influence that the biggest tech companies have quote because these companies are so central to our modern wife their business practices and decisions have an outsized effect on our economy and our democracy. Any single action by any one of these companies can affect hundreds of billions of us in profound and lasting ways and Sicily said. Sicily, and also laid out the patterns across all four companies like being bottled at four quotes, a key channel of distribution end quote. Usually data at surveillance of other companies. And the platforms all quote abused their control over current technologies to extend their power and closed by preferring their own products or created predatory pricing schemes. Quote their ability to dictate terms call the shots up an entire sectors and inspire fear represent the powers of a private government. Our founders would not bow before king nor we bow before the emperor's of the online economy end quote. CISL included. James Sensenbrenner. Republican from Wisconsin, replied quote being big is not inherently bad quite the opposite in America you should be rewarded for success. We're here to better understand your role, your companies have and the digital marketplace, and importantly the effect they have on consumers and the public at large in quotes. Basis Chai Cook in Zarqa. Berg each delivered five minute opening comments. Sizzling question Pichai asked about Google search practices like scraping of content such as restaurant reviews. He asked quote. Why does Google steel content from honest businesses in quote? offered. The nonspecific denial and then was asked if there was a conflict of interest, the twin Google's goal of sending people to the relevant websites and the incentive sell ads and promotes its own services. A memo was also cited which complained some searches got quote too much traffic inquiries. He also asked if Google used its web traffic surveillance capabilities to identify and crush its competition Chai responded quote congressman just like the other businesses we try to understand trends from you no data which we can see and we use it to improve our products for users and quotes. Sensenbrenner asked Zuckerberg at facebook filtered out political viewpoints as well as why it temporarily suspended donald trump junior for posting of video that made false claims about face mask and hydroxy chloroquine Zuckerberg however pointed out that this incident actually happened on twitter but also said that post making false medical claims related corona virus was be removed because they can quote 'cause imminent risk of harm in quote. Jared Adler and traduced emails that showed facebook discussing the acquisition of Instagram to prevent it from becoming a competitive threat soccer burke defended the acquisition saying it was quote far from obvious in quotes that instagram would have succeeded without facebook's help. Republican. From Florida Matt Gaetz as child to pledge that quote, Google will not adopt the bigoted anti police policy and quotes of ending tech contracts with law enforcement agencies. A child responded quote congressman we have committed to working with law enforcement in a way that is consistent with wall into the process in the United States in quotes. Of, Course Soccer Berg was asked about the Russian election interference by Jamie Raskin. They were also asked about the response to the HASHTAGS. Stop Hate for profit campaign supported by color of change and other such organizations. Soccer Berg said quote we are very focused on fighting against election interference and we're also very focused on fighting against hate speech end quote and Zuckerberg. Included that they had built sophisticated. Ai. Systems to remove hate speech. Bazo was asked about, is it third party sellers data to develop in launch their own competing prods? Carmella. Jay Powell asked quote does Amazon ever access or use third party seller data when making business decisions and quilt bezos replied quote I can't answer that question the Sir No. What I can tell you is we have a policy against using specific data to aid our private label business. But I can't guarantee that policy has never been violated. I'm very proud of what we've done for third party sellers on this platform and put Bezos dead bench and that the report of this accusation was still under investigation. Many more questions were asked and Tim Cook from Apple. is asked about Apple Vivid third party parental control APPs as well as the report that claims AIRBNB and fast pass were hit with demands for commissions after launching virtual classes. In regards to the latter case coke responded that the company would ever engage in this activity and said quote, the pandemic is a tragedy and it's hurting Americans and many people all around the world and we would never take advantage of that. I believe the cases that you're talking about are cases where something has moved to a digital service, which technically does need to go through our commissions model but in both the cases I am aware of we are working with developers quotes. After five and a half hours selene ended the meeting sane the committee well published a report with their conclusions and the next steps. This hearing has made one fact clear to me. These companies as they exist, today have monopoly power. Some need to be broken up all needs to be properly regulated and held accountable. We need to ensure the antitrust laws I written more than a century ago work in the digital age and quote Sicily said. So I have to agree with Sisley something needs to be done about these companies. They've gotten way too big. We've got lots of security s years. Data is she is at Cetera. People are kind of freaking out about a lot of the problems that these companies present. I think apple is probably the least guilty here of the whole bunch and I'm not the biggest apple fan. But I commend them own respecting privacy. They will not just give information to the government. For example, they fault hard in the past to keep government from getting into their I phones, for example. Why as the world's number one smartphone company for the first time while way has surpassed Samsung and has become the world's number one supplier of smartphones. The company has shipped more smartphones in the second quarter of twenty twenty than any other company in the world. Previously, apple and Samsung would compete for the top spot for at least the past nine years analysts say that they achieved the spot by taking advantage of China's economic recovery after the covid nineteen shutdowns, the majority of other smartphones are sold in China. Roy surprises me that wow way of companies as the number one manufacturer now especially considering the fact that they were banned here in the United States I. Don't know if that ban is still in effect or not. Now Galaxy Three watch APP reveals new gestures Samsung Galaxy Watch out is now in the play store with two new smartwatch gestures. Users can silence calls and alarms with a twist of the wrist and users can answer calls or take pictures by clinching their fest and releasing. More. Accessibility features have also been implemented. New Watch faces will be available and you'll be able to shuffle through the watch faces. Of course, they got the watch face idea from apple I. Don't know about the other features that they've mentioned I. Don't know if it's own apples I watch or not. some ten. Let me know though I. Don't know. Apple is eyeing a new streaming strategy after Tom Hanks drama breaks records apple may release a dozen new movies per year on Apple TV, plus this would include blockbuster titles as well as Ted Paul like feature films. Apple TV. Plus its initial focus has been TV but it has found success with movies such as Greyhound the low fi and theater quality films has helped apple grow at service and keep it competitive. Apple Glassy is might be able to manipulate augmented reality images with real objects. Users of apple last May be able to transform ipad shaped objects into virtual ipad screens. The patent application filed in January talks about software that can turn everyday objects into virtual interfaces. The system evolves using a camera to track real objects and software to map interfaces onto surfaces to batch the position and orientation it should work similarly to a privacy screen. So outside observers won't be able to see the users displays. Of, leak shows I back book with arm processor specs and it shows up might be eight hundred dollars. What are you user Komiya as the source of this information and the leaks have been reported by macworld but remember to take this with a grain of salt. The League says, it will have an a fourteen x system on a chip eight gigabytes of Ram or sixteen gigabytes ran a two, hundred, fifty, six, Gigabyte, five, hundred, twelve gigabytes or one terabyte SSD twelve inch Retina Display Fifteen, twenty hours of battery life a seven, hundred, twenty P, facetime hd, camera single USB port. Wider Than One kilogram and fourth generation. Butterfly Keyboard. And the price is seven, hundred, ninety, nine dollars once again, take it with a grain of salt. Let's not believe it until we actually see it. INVIDIA is in advanced talks to buy arm but could inherit a controversy Bloomberg is reporting that Nvidia. In advanced talks to buy arm, which will nicely complements. Existing. GPS The legend. However, it's possible that as they by the company, they'll inherit some controversy as Alan Glue the CEO of armed China was fired for brining in listen. Investment Scheme. However. He has refused to leave his post and has hired a security team and band representatives of the British arm of the company from entering the premises. and. We'll be right back after this message. Do you like music sound effects were using on the Joey's totally tech podcast. Well, we get the licensing for this is through epidemic sound. If you're a content creator creating video on Youtube or other social media platforms or fellow podcast her. visit bit dot L. Y. Slash jt epidemic. 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Google will keep its employees working remotely until July Twenty Twenty One, the company will keep its two hundred thousand folks time and contract employees working remote until at least that months according to Dr Pichai CEO of Alphabet. They made the announcement following a meeting with tot company. Executives. Google reopened some of the offices for a limited number of employees but working there as optional. Other companies like facebook twitter Ed Square have announced plans to keep their employees working at tone and definitely. I. Think that's a smart thing for Google to do right now, as well as any company that can do it have your employees work from home. We don't want anyone catching this virus or if people have catch the virus, we want as few people doing at time as possible. So our hospital systems don't get overloaded. Goal is keeping tabs owned rival android APPs to. Competitors Google employees reportedly have access to the ANDROID WLAC box program, which allows them see data on how users interact with non Google android DADS. This was discussed in our first story on the antitrust hearings. It's appears to be used to keep tabs on rival services Google as facing antitrust investigation in almost every state investigators are focusing on the company's search and advocates notices, Google says it's open about its data collection activities and users have control over the usage of their data. Google has bought. North. But there are focal point glasses won't ship. Go has acquired the company though didn't reveal any details about the acquisition north weld joined Google's existing team and the catch nor Waterloo area where North has faced. Aid West, the company's hardware. And ambient computed future ambient computing is computing that fades into the background of the user's life. The company Welby winding down support for vocals. One Point Oh glasses, and they're canceling plans to ship Focus two point zero which they have been teasing over the past few months. Legal challenges at Intel recording securities fraud. The seven nanometer process might be complicated by these legal challenges. The hagens Berman Law Firm issued the press release calling for investors impacted by Intel's reset stock market losses to join a potential class action lawsuit for investors fraud. They also courage anyone who could assist investigations contact them. The announcement that the seven nanometer process was delayed caused the stock price to plummet sixteen percent over the weekend. Bernstein had noted that Intel's most recent earnings call was quote the worst we have ever seen and forty two years covering Intel and quotes and the stock is quote basically unknown -able end quote. Take talk is opening up its algorithm. The company announced that it will open up access to its algorithms and allow experts to see it's moderation policies. It's also challenging rivals to do the same ad says, companies should disclose their algorithms, moderation policies and data flows to regulators. The US government has threatened to bend the TIKTOK at. To its data practices. The company has also been accused of censoring content to please the Chinese government. In my opinion, they need to just bake tick tock open source at this point. I don't think just making the algorithm itself public is going to help I. Think there's other things going on in the Ted talk cap or people fear there might be other things going on I. Don't think it was specifically just the algorithm. Does the Microsoft Nintendo and other companies were hit by a massive source code leak. Source Code from more than fifty high profile companies was leaked A to a public get lab repository. It's was obtained by scanning third party sources in configured devops applications. Some of the code does include credentials. This can have a serious impact as cybercriminals will have all the information they need to exploit the software. Kami is making overpriced gaming PC's PC has reported that Konami the company famous for its video games such as Castleblaney. A- and Contra is now building. He sees known as our spears and there are three models. The are Speier three hundred are spear see seven hundred and our spear see seven hundred plus the C. Three, hundred cells work one, hundred, eighty, four, thousand, eight, hundred yen. Or One thousand seven, hundred, sixty, one dollars. The high end see seven hundred plus selling for three, hundred, thirty, eight, thousand, eight, hundred, yen, four, three, thousand, two, hundred, twenty, eight dollars the C. Three hundred is entry level and will play less graphically intensive titles at Sixty F- ps at ten eighty p. but for that price, you could have spent half as much to build your own equivalent system. The asper see three hundred has an Intel core I five, ninety, four, hundred F- CPU IN GT X Sixteen Fifty Graphics Card with a Gigabytes of DDR four ram at two, thousand, six, hundred, sixty, six ABAGA hurts, and from these specs alone, I can tell you that their entry level is definitely overpriced. The other two models are also of Christ but are capable of higher in gaming. So yeah maybe don't purchase this unless use the Konami code to give yourself unlimited funds. And Sell Studies Seaweed extract outperforms Rim does Aveer and blocking Cova nineteen virus. Heparin, which is an edible extract from seaweeds was shown to be more effective in blocking covid nineteen. Then rim does aveer the spike protein and covid nineteen kinloch onto a decoy molecule with a similar fit neutralize the virus Heparin as effective and trapping other viruses including Sika, and let's say and then Ju I believe that's pronounced. I'm not sure. That's D. E. N. G. E.. F. Anyone wants to give the correct pronunciation. This treatment could be made available as a nasal spray which neutralizes the virus before it can infect the body. Airbus's self flying plane has completed a successful taxi takeoff and landing test. This. Will Open the door to fully autonomous flight over five hundred fights were conducted with the Airbus a three fifty, one, thousand, x WBZ. The pilots only had to line up the plane with the runway before lady the planes take flight on its own. This program relies on the on board cameras which are used by pilots to help guide the plane while on the ground. MIT can manipulate the content of your dreams. Researchers at MIT have developed a method called targeted dream incubation to report dreamer ports and guide dreams towards particular themes asleep tracking device called. Remo alters dreams by tracking dream, states and delivering audio is. Based on incoming physiological data. This. Requires precise timing. Guy that dream content can be used to complete tasks like creative story writing dream studies show that dream incubation is tied to performance benefits and test of creativity. A whole damn of robots is being built in Japan. The corporation is building a giant dam in the southeast corner of Japan's main island almost every stage of this construction and falls automation technology. The robots are directly overseen by human workers for safety reasons. Productivity on the site has increased about ten percent and the company wants to eventually cut building time by thirty percent. The US, wants to build nuclear power plants on the moon and Mars. The. Department of Energy has put out formal request to the private sector for us on how to build such power plants. The reactor must be able to generate and uninterrupted electricity output of ten kilowatts per hour way no more than seven thousand, seven hundred pounds empty able to operate mostly autonomously and space for ten years. The reactors will likely need highly enriched uranium. They aim to have a reactor flight system an lander by twenty, twenty six. And finally Nassar's Ingenuity, the first-ever off world helicopter will have a right brothers experience on Mars. NASA's Perseverance rover is carrying a four pound helicopter named ingenuity. It will attempt up to five powered flights. Omar's the first flight will replicate tests previously conducted here on earth after this genuity, well start testing the limits. Eventually flying up to one hundred, fifty feet away on the final test each trip would last around ninety seconds. The atmosphere Omar's is less than one percents of the density of Earth's atmosphere. So the blades will need to spend ten times faster than helicopters on earth to create an upward left. Recharge between flights we'll take an entire Marsha Day or twenty four point six hours, which is just a little over a day here on earth. This has been the news and commentary on Joey Totally Tag. Thank you for listening and I will catch you next time.

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Bonus episode 3: Nutty Putty Cave

Cold

22:21 min | 5 months ago

Bonus episode 3: Nutty Putty Cave

"This podcast discusses domestic violence criminal behavior murder and adult themes while not explicit listener discretion is advised standing at the top of blowhole hill. I can see storm cells sliding south across the cedar valley off to the west the tick mountains obscure my view of rush valley beyond that a sea of basin and range stretching on across utah and nevada. It's early march. Rain has already softened the ground. We are eight miles off the pavement down muddy rutted dirt road. You coming out here. There's no fast way to get here. It takes the better part of an hour from spanish fork to get here anybody from anywhere in utah county. The closest anybody would be in a rival. Time would be thirty five to forty minutes at the very best if somebody was coming from say saratoga springs or or go or eureka or something like that but if you're not familiar with any of this geography that's okay. All you need to understand is we are way off the beaten path standing on the fringe of utah's west desert next to a hole in the ground known as nutty putty cave the opening to the cave starts up on flat ground up here will flat rocky ground then go down into the ground about fifteen feet and from there you have to go horizontal and the only way to get through the first part of the opening which is ten or fifteen feet long is to either go flat on your back or flat on your stomach and just kinda move your way through Carefully like that and then the cave opens up into some are larger cavern west valley city police case files indicate. They received the first of many tips about ninety putty cave on december fourteenth. Two thousand nine exactly one week. After the date of susan powell's disappearance people wondered if her husband. Josh powell might have disposed of susan's body. Not in a mind but in the cave. This is a bonus episode of cold nutty putty cave. I'm dave collie before looking at the plausibility of the nutty. Putty cave idea. We have to determine if josh was even aware of the cave. I can tell you with one hundred percents certainty that the answer is yes. Here's why while sifting through hundreds of josh powell's digital files. I came across a scanned copy of postcard. The front showed a picture of the heart of tim. Goose a rock feature inside. Utah's timken august cave national monument. The postcard had never been mailed. I could see the address lines on the back. we're blank. There was no stamp or postmark. What made this postcard curious. Were two lines scribbled on the back in josh's handwriting. They read nutty putty caves in eureka south of spanish fork hole in the ground with maize. Now i don't know when josh wrote those words or why. The postcard wasn't dated but it proved he was at the very least aware of nutty putty in addition west valley police located a few small thumbnail images on josh powell's laptop computer. The one they seized with a search warrant the day after susan's disappearance one showed the opening of nutty putty. A time stamp showed it had been accessed on december fourth three days before susan's disappearance. Another showed a man named john edward jones who had died in ninety putty cave the night before thanksgiving the time stamp for that photo showed it was accessed at five twenty five pm on december. Sixth about the same time josh was looking at the weather and information about illeana vada uh john jones death in nutty putty was along with the disappearance of susan powell one of the biggest utah news stories of two thousand nine since tuesday night. Rescuers struggled against the unforgiving topography of nutty putty cave. We've never seen in. John had grown up in utah attending brigham young university before leaving for medical school at the university of virginia. He was twenty six and in his second year there when he his then pregnant wife and their fourteen month. Old daughter came to utah to visit family over thanksgiving. John enjoyed spelunky. He's been in caves. I've got pictures of him at the bottom of the bloomington caves in a tight spot. Easiest he'd explored other caves for fun so on the evening of tuesday november. Twenty four th two thousand nine. He in several friends entered nutty putty to probe its narrow passageways but while wriggling through one such stretch at about eight forty five pm. John became stuck. He couldn't go forward. He couldn't go backward. It took some time for other members of his party to discover his predicament and exit the cave where they could call for help. We got notified late at night. It was after nine pm and that's not uncommon that that happens but where it was we. We knew that right away that there were certain set of challenges that we would have to defeat right from the very beginning. You know getting here getting any resources here that we needed to try to effect a rescue. So there's a major concern there. That's utah county. Sheriff's sergeant spencer. Cannon nutty buddy's remote location meant it took some time just for the first responders to get their let alone to begin the rescue. The rescuers knew a thing or two about nutty putty. it had a troubled history. In fact nutty putty had been closed for several years prior to two thousand nine due to some close calls after those earlier incidents authorities considered closing the cave instead. They've allowed a caving group to manage it. We had to rescues within about a week of each other about four years earlier one was. I don't know maybe six or seven hours long. The other one is about eleven hours long It wasn't the exact same spot. John was stuck quite a bit further in along the same route where the other two have been rescued from the sheriff's office called out. It's volunteer search and rescue team for certain rescue. Team has a number of members who are experienced cavers and we had experienced rescuing people from this cave relatively recently prior to this incident. The good thing about it is that If there isn't a good thing about having experienced here is that we knew what we were facing so we knew at least at the outset. Exactly what equipment had to be here. What resources had to be here. They went right to work. The members of john's group told the rescuers where they would find their pinned friend. He was originally described to have been an area called. Bob's push which is just near the birth canal area both restricted physical features inside the cave that are challenging but Swear when they go in the cave he was actually beyond that an unnamed really unexplored part of the cave that As far as we know nobody had been to. We know now that John had been there but We don't know that anybody else ever had been there any. Hope they might have had for a quick and easy rescue evaporated once. They reached john's location where he is trapped. He is on a band so there's no way to really get a hold on him to be able to pull him directly straight back Constricted doesn't begin to describe the narrow space we've never seen anything. This technical this tough to get in and get this personnel. The rescuers had to squeeze through. Narrow twisting passageways. John jones feet were sticking out his head down his body. Completely plugging a narrow tunnel ten to fourteen inches wide. We were fully confident when we got here that we'd be able to effect the rescue. It's what's what are search and rescue volunteers do they. They don't go someplace expecting to not have the kind of success they they want and it took quite a few hours even even fifteen twenty hours into it who were still confident that we'd be able to get joan rescued out of there. John had become stuck while angled downward about seventy or eighty degrees with his arms under his chest. The rescuers could see little more than his ankles. Only the smallest members of the rescue team could even reach the spot areas where they were down there Sometimes you were making another turn before you even finished the other one. You just came through and in confined areas like that. You had to have small people. The rescuers worked straight through the night and into the next morning. Nothing they tried seemed to work as they tugged at john his ribcage caught on the lip of rock. It was as if he had been ratcheted into place. State senator john. Valentine has been a volunteer search and rescue worker for thirty years. He says the problem rescuers could not overcome was a small lip of rock at a critical bend in the narrow tunnel. The lip basically captured the center part of his body. So that as you pull against it you pulling back against a fishhook. John was able to communicate with his rescuers but not see them. They kept up a constant dialogue with him seeking buoy his spirits meantime. His family waited hour after hour outside the cave. John is an incredible young man and as an old guy. I look up to john and i had lies. He said is a great example to me. We let them know that He was talking. He was singing church songs. We let them know that we had set up a communication line into the cave so he could talk to his wife. I think even talked to some other family members. Well we had that communication line up partly already in there for the for the rescue operation. The volunteers that were conducting it. Most media trucks couldn't make the final climb up the rocky slope of blowhole hill so spencer met reporters partway down the side time. You're you're in a position where you don't have control over when you come and go Got to have an effect on on a person emotionally. We were doing the best we could to make sure that the media and then along with the public knew exactly what was going on. The rescue effort continued straight through the day on wednesday at one point the rescuers rigged up a pulley system along the walls of nutty putty. They made progress inching. John backup over the lip. He's free of the titus spot where gravity was really working against him and he didn't have any leverage. There's still some more tight spots in the cave. Actually i think i think they've got past all the heart spots now but a rope and when it did john dropped back into the trap more tightly than before they had to a level spot where he wasn't heading downhill with his head below his feet During the course of that they have a raising system that That was helping to hold him in position One of the devices is part of that system. failed and Mr jones actually ended up falling back into the area where he had been stuck for so long best. Anyone could figure john was about one hundred twenty five feet below the surface pinpointing his position from above though proved tricky stuck was unmapped drilling down to him. Might miss the mark entirely. As josh powell was at air gas that same afternoon hounding employees about buying an oxyacetylene torch exhausted search and rescuers were struggling with an unsolvable problem at nutty putty. I think that there were no options available that were not considered even seriously considered time and gravity conspired against them. John's head down position was precarious because it blood pooled in his head. His heart had to work extra hard to push. That blood away from his brain considerate the cardiac equivalent of running a marathon while pinned in place. The strain hour after hour proved too much we were able to Send some one of our cavers in close enough to him that they were able to check him determined that he did pass away. John died just before midnight on november. Twenty two thousand nine eleven fifty six pm on wednesday night just before thanksgiving to his death came just over twenty seven hours from the point at which he had. I been stuck even then. The fatigued rescuers questioned how they would ever manage to free him. Once john had been declared dead there were discussions about. How do we get him out. There are some rather distasteful discussions as well things that nobody really wanted to do. But ultimately the decision was made that It was too much risk for the rescuers to remain there in an effort to try to get him out and the decision was made to leave him in place a leaving. John's body in the cave presented some unique considerations for one. What would keep anyone else from disturbing his final resting place. Those issues were part of the discussion. And if the decision was made he would have to remain in the cave then becomes a sacred place for the families. We did not want it to be disturbed for for john sake for the sake of the families in their Peace of mind and to make it a place that they can come back with at least fond memories of john. The effort to rescue john had made headlines across the country. Deputies knew some people would be drawn to the site like birds to pile of seed. Initially there had been a gate down at the main entrance to the cave that stayed in place initially could that gate alone protect john's remains forever. The cave sat on public land owned by the state of utah. The county sheriff floated the idea of closing the cave permanently. There were a number of entities that were brought into that discussion errors. The officials from the school and institutional trust lands administration sheriff's office caving enthusiasts here in utah county around rata. Right the grotto grotto clubs. We took input from everybody in in making the decision. John's family was included in that discussion as well. The idea met immediate resistance including from the man who had first discovered in named nutty putty in nineteen sixty. These cavers understand the tragedy but think the cave could eventually been reopened. Tragedy doesn't mean you have to close it down. I think we should have a say in whether or not you know. We understand the risks. What we're doing and that's something that we really love to do. Those arguments did not prove persuasive thing. That's kind of a rash decision for them just to close it all at once at the end of the week. The utah county sheriff's office made the call the utah school and institutional trust lands administration or cinema which owns the land set in a statement while settlers recognizes that. Some indication community disagree with this decision. Sit la- believes that. The consensus decision of the various government entities with responsibility for land management public safety and search and rescue to close. The cave was the correct. One nutty putty would be sealed. Exactly how to do that was under discussion of what ended up doing is our eeo deep folks are bomb squad went in. There's an opening not too far from her. John was kind of constricts. The is constrictor that you have to go through to where johnny is and they took A large amount of explosives in their place them around that smaller opening came out of the cave in and set that off. The idea was to cut all that rocked. Come down and closed at the opening. That happened on the first of december then. On the morning of the of december they had a load of concrete. Come out here. I believe it was about thirty. Yards was poured down into the the main opening to give it as permanent closure as you possibly could get for. You might be able to see where this is going. But there is a reason why i came out to nutty. Putty myself to speak with spencer cannon about that tragedy more than nine years later. The idea that susan powell might also be inside nutty. Putty cave has persisted. It doesn't work for a few reasons. Susan was seen up until the sixth of december the opening of Ninety cave was permanently closed with thirty yards of concrete and explosives on the second of december for the sake of argument. Let's say that wasn't the case. I asked spencer if he would ever attempt to take a low clearance front wheel drive minivan to the top of blowhole hill in december in a snowstorm. One hundred years. I i would say it would be virtually impossible for a off the rack off the showroom floor. The minivan passenger car to get up here even a small four wheel drive. Suv would be very very difficult. Something like a nissan rogue or even a toyota forerunner would have a hard time. Something bigger. A full-size pickup truck or full size. Suv it's a challenge getting up here in those vehicles but a passenger car minivan like that. It's not going to happen okay. But what if josh parked at the bottom of the hill and pulled susan's body up the slope. In a toboggan from the place you could conceivably get close to it to carry something up hike up here. You're better part of a half mile at least and then you still have to hike up another two or three hundred feet in elevation to get to where the opening of the cave was say. He summoned herculean strength to make that climb. Could he then have managed to get past the locked gate in push or pull susan's limp body through the narrow aperture of the cave's mouth while flat on his stomach or back that first part of it would be extremely challenging carrying something that is just a heavy mass over one hundred pounds strongest. two people would have a hard time doing it in that kind of configuration. Anybody who's been in this opening or been in the ninety cave knows how difficult is to get in there by yourself to get in there with somebody else or something else. It's just not reasonable almost impossible to do given what it would take to haul wait in there. That is completely supported. If josh had somehow managed to defeat all of those obstacles he would have had to do it while avoiding the notice of deputies who were parked just feet away. There are those Smaller number who might want to go inside and do something or collect something and so we had deputies here. Twenty four seven from early on thanksgiving morning until it was Sealed on december second with concrete and twenty four seven. We had somebody here. After that date josh would have had to chisel his way through solid concrete so what i'm understanding is in your mind. Their zero probability. That susan balancer zero probability. Susan powell cannot be in nutty putty cave. It was a rude awakening there. An ak47 to twenty right in my face. But that was only the beginning. Now making the live your the full story. What are they doing him of one. Man's struggle to survive help inside one of the world's most notorious prisons. Please come and get me in the fight to set him free. How does africare new podcast. 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"My Dream Seems Out Of Reach Due To Lack Of Time And Money"

The Ken Coleman Show

46:54 min | 1 year ago

"My Dream Seems Out Of Reach Due To Lack Of Time And Money"

"Thanks for listening to the podcast of the Ken Coleman Show. You can catch the show. Live every weekday from twelve to one eastern on Youtube and one to two eastern on Sirius, Xm, Andrew. Local radio station. If you'd like to ask me a question, you can talk to me. Live any weekday from twelve to two eastern by calling eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven seven. Setting the pace on the pursuit of happiness, these Ken Coleman show where you discover what you were born to do, and how to make it happen. Now helping you get on stock on the path to your dream job Ken Coleman. I'm coming to you live from Ramsey. Studios in Nashville and you are joining a conversation about who you are. What you were created to do where you want to do it. And how you can get there, it is about you. This is not political talkradio. This is purposeful Talkradio we're talking about. Your contribution, every man and woman that's ever little facie has at some point wrestle with the question. Why am I here? What should I do with my life? And that's what we're taking on. We have a simple process. Where we help you get clear the first stage in. Realizing your dream working like no one else. Giving yourself away? Get, clear Then get qualified. Then get connected, then get started, then get promoted. Then get the dream job. To then work like no one else and give yourself away, those are the seven stages. Get clear qualified. Get connected. Get started, get promoted. Get your dream job. Give yourself away. What state are you in? I'm here. To walk alongside of you. To help you pull the answers that you do have. Pull them out of you and let's come up with. Action items. Help you. Get from one stage to the next eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven. Somebody. Listening right now needs to call I feel it. Call today right now. Clarity is a call away. Let's start with Kelly who is in Kansas City Kelly. You're on the Ken Coleman show. Hi Ken, thank you for taking my call for what you do. I have your book and I. Love it Oh. Thank you so much. So I'm calling today because I am exchange tremendous, build up and burn out in my pursuit of what I'm created to do crash. I've been able to down over the past couple of years as a couple of items that I might go after, but I'm seeing some blocks along each way and now kind of freezing out the not choosing any of them. Okay, so it's Kinda like they get a little bit of advice how to move forward with any of these sure that I'm interested in all right, so Gimme a couple of directions, the the couple of goals the dream jobs the the areas that you're thinking about, and then I want you to tell me the roadblocks. These roadblocks are describing to invalids I. Start with where you WANNA. Go couple of options. Okay, so I I've got three options right now. I'm looking at right. We'll look into design fields all the different design fields for some time. And I kinda ruled that out so then I, but I'm passionate about designing things and I'm a creative person. I also And I know that I would make a good counselor. I have life experiences and healing. That I've done with myself and I know that I could provide that service to others, and I feel like that would be passionate thing. In my life There are roadblocks there as well. Hold on, we'll get to those in a second, so keep going. Keep Rolling Irvine all right well. Thank you. The third item kind of relates to both design and counseling. It's visit my hard for a decade. I have ideas of When someone's in pain, sometimes they look to affirmations to make them feel better and I've designed in my mind on paper products that I could offer. that could help people. I feel like that would be an amazing career. Patch can choose yeah Gimme. Can you give me one idea of one of these products? Well I go either like I started off with For example candle. That has a certain. I feeling. Maybe somebody wants to go to this website and buy a present for their loved one that is hurting and they go on and pick a candle that says like. it's a quote. I can't think of right now. I know. Got You designed the labels I could do t shirts. I really want to t shirts and candles. APOTHECARY items. People purchase for themselves or for others you know would offer some kind of counseling in a in a wakeup. Yeah, all right. I love that by the way that's really good, and I do think you're absolutely right. I think that third idea is not a separate idea. I think it's an extension of the other two. That's all it is extension on the other to their roebuck. I'm facing and that is that. I'm in my forties. I'm a single parent of two teenagers. I have a great job, but it doesn't pay much and that the income level I'm at. You know what I'm trying to be debt free on a couple of dollars away from being completely debt free, but. In order to do this third thing of this online ecommerce business I would need to invest in product sitting. Have Merchandise Ready. One of those potential sales and I just don't feel like I can invest that kind of money when I don't make large income anyway. Is it possible that you might be thinking too big with all of these products and you're thinking thousands and thousands and thousands of dollars, and and all the investment to get these products and warehouse them, and then deliver them and you thinking about designing a website all the things instead of just going. You know what I'm going to start. I'M GONNA. Find somebody locally. Who makes candles. And I'm going to slap a design quote on them and I'm going to do this. And this and I'm gonNA. Just see if I can do fifty or twenty. Starting really small and start selling me six. Is it possible you're thinking way too big instead of just thinking small. and. I'm also considering the fact that the margins are not large. They're not and I do need to be able to raise my income. I'm currently. Dating my family off thirty thousand dollars I need to have considered lateral moves as well after reading the proximity practical life. And going on job interviews before Kobe hit taking a look at lateral moves. Canadian. Raise my income a little bit well. I think there's a couple time. Yeah I think you could try to not job and then I'm GonNa. Leave that for all right, so here's the deal. You're close to be in debt free. That's going to change your life significantly. And then you're GONNA be able to move into baby step to skew baby babysit three. Dave Ramsey's baby steps and you're GONNA be able to put three six months in the bank and that's going to give you some margin in some breathing room. And I think There's a couple options. I think one is certainly seen. If you can get a different job, a better job that pays your more certainly need to look into that. There doesn't mean you have to do it Kelly. It just means it doesn't hurt to look unless you see. We can find another great place at actually pays you more money. The other option is is actually instead of starting your side-hustle right away in any kind of major way. What what if you did some design work on the side for somebody else? What if he took on a part time job doing some type of design work now we've got two things happening a you making more money be. You're doing work that you really really enjoy and kind of getting the juices flowing. Okay, that could then lead to. could you save up money over a two to three your? Calendar time and Pay For the counseling degree. Now all of a sudden you can get yourself in a two to three or four year period. If you can cash, flow your way through it taking some classes. What would it cost you? To casual your way through counseling a degree and get into counseling. And actually make more money. And then down the road as you have your own successful counseling business, you have some products that. Just because they're low margin doesn't really matter. It's a passion play now, and you're selling that to clients and their families, and so forth and so on, so I just think there's a lot of ways you can go with this and I want you to take your mind. And and get it off of the big giant. Investment and all of that. And just go with all the different ways. That I can begin to move into design. That would maybe set me up to counseling. See. That's where I would go, because that's your skill set. Those are the tools you used before. This is the Ken Coleman show. Hey folks, we are all created to fill unique role that means that you are needed, and it means that you must do it. I know that trying to land that dream job is not easy. Because I've been there. It's intimidating. It's scary. There's a lot of doubt but I can tell you. 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How's it go in? I am living the dream. What is going on with you? So I am currently out of job that I love what I do, and my direct supervisor is amazing. Lira team of two and so leave early built a bond, and he is an incredible leader, but the culture at our company is not ideal it's really starting to affect kind of my mental health and ability to function while at Work so I've been on the job search a little bit. My boss knows he is on the job searches well, too, but none neither one of us has found. Found anything yet. I came across a company and position that I feel it could really be my sweet spot. It's on perfect for me and found out that my boss actually has a connection at this company, so my question is, would it be crossing the line or inappropriate in any way to ask him to reach out to that connection, or to give me a reference for about job I, don't think so based on the fact that it sounds like you guys have great working and personal relationship correct. Yeah, we do. Yeah, he's looking to. Yep Yeah, I don't think it's over the line at all. Okay I. I think it would be different if he was stain. Then, but even then if he had a great relationship, he does with you and he's like I. Get why you're leaving. I, WANNA! Help you so yeah I. Think you guys, are you? Guys are partners in crime here in the in the sense of trying to get out of there and yeah. I'm totally fine with you. Asking that's the way to go. That's awesome. Yes, that is a no brainer and by the way when you ask, say hey. How can I shake the relationship tree for you? You know what I mean, so they try to try to be active just to do him solid. And thinking through maybe people you know. That know some people that know some people however goes eight, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven, eight, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, sent me back to the phones, and just a moment, but I wanna read this every week on Friday, Joe and Katherine. They, they sent. They give me a report here. That's burned out on the studio desk. And it's just some fun highlights from social media. People Post things, and they post their progress and I love this. So I'm going to read this really quick Lauren G. On instagram. Shared this message, she said Hey Ken. I started reading your book. The proximity principle recently and today I had an Aha moment. I was reading in chapter number seven about how to start from where I am. But I was discouraged because I'm a storyteller living way far away from big name film studios the next thing I knew I turn the page and I read about Brad who wrote about who wanted to be in the film business. I follow the advice you gave him. I searched for production studios near me and surprise surprise. There are several. I will research them soon, and I will be one step closer my dream job. She said PS per the advice on your show. To get in proximity to professionals in the film business through online courses, social media podcast I'm learning a lot. And practicing as much as I, can one day I hope to direct one of my own scripts. That's awesome way to go Lauren G. Way To go. She. Is Acting on something she read, which by the way that Brad story that she read. That was a caller on the show. As I. Recall, Charlotte, North Carolina. Thought Man I I. I've always wanted to get into film work in TV and tell and I've done some of it before I got Mary now Mary got three kids, and I said how many studios how many? Excuse me production. Companies are in Charlotte North Carolina. And he chuckled and said well probably twenty or thirty, I go. Yeah, I. Start getting in proximity to those people in those places This is a great time. Remind you the proximity principle. The number one best selling book that Orange East talked about. It is super practical now just as inspirational, May. This is a practical book with a lot of great. Practical homework at the end of each chapter We've got the number. One Book Number One bestselling book. At a crazy price, you can get the autograph hard copy the book and the Audiobook all three formats twenty five bucks as a thirty five dollar savings. And the only place you can get all three formats is at Ken Coleman. Dot Com Click on the store all right back to the phones we go Vancouver. Canada James's there. James you're on the Ken Coleman Show? Thank you very much for taking my call? I appreciate it. You Bet James. Thanks for calling what's up. Well I recently completed my degree and just kinda battled it out I am debt fee, so I paid for all the classes on my own. And well at the same time I have a chronic illness, so I have studied flash cards in hospital you know gone from tests to be hooked up to you know different machines, and all kinds of things, and this is taught me a lot about compassion for others heart. Goal setting determination. So my question is. How do I communicate? My strength. To potential employers. They seem to be looking for specific like technical skills or specific experienced I was just wondering. How can I include my sort of unique experience well? I would just involve it. In the description of what they're looking for, you understand so if they're saying we need this technical skill, and we need this kind of experience, and that's something that you're going to have to get in. If you've already got it then you're going okay I've got this skill set. I've got the. But Oh by the way I'm also. Extremely Compassionate I I am very empathetic. I am a very patient. What all the different character traits and personality traits those are what we would call soft skills, and those absolutely make a difference in the workplace, so if you're talking about the Ken Coleman, show resume guide which I hope you are and we have a template. There is a very clear section in the resume guide, okay? Why want to be here? the value that I offer those two areas. That's where you take. Those life experiences that you have acquired and quite frankly skills that you've acquired. Because of those experiences with the chronic illness. That's where you outlined that stuff. So give them the relevant information and then understand that those skills you're talking about that. You just outlined those relevant and put them in there. This is how this makes me better at the skill. Because of the soft skills that I bring. And this is what I bring to the workplace for the customer and with the team, and you just laid out there, eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven, Queen Creek Arizona's where we go next cameron is there. Cameron you're on the Ken Coleman, show. Hey, Ken. How's it going I? I thought I'd call in I'm very new to your show. I thought I'd call in now. It seems like you have the magic touch. You have the answer to everyone all along. The magic touch. Yeah Well I, appreciate the confidence. The what I do have is the ability to ask you questions, and you do have the answers, so let's figure out what you're trying to figure out what what's going on. So yeah. I saw. I'm twenty four years old. I have a full-time job. I work in pass control I have a side Gig I do wedding videography, some film work And between the both bomb, I'm making him about eighty thousand dollars a year. And yeah, it's it's exciting and the problem you know. The wedding videography is is still slow. It's it's on the start up making about twenty thousand right there so what I want to do in the future and it's it's a dream of mine that I've had for a very long time this to own and operate my own wedding venue. Aw, bent venue and I know that's the end goal and the kind of lame answer and how I get, there is ultimately saving enough money to buy some land. Then throw a wedding venue on it. but I'm I'm stuck in this transition where I wanted to. At least get some experience I wanNA learn the industry you know I wanna to kind of know. The INS and outs of I've gotten a chance to talk to a lot of venue owners through my wedding videography business. Yeah, you know I I know a little bit about it, but it seems like every time I kinda reach out to wedding venues in my area. They're kind of you know family owned or they're fully staffed. I don't really get the time of day. Aso I've. I've got a solution. Okay, we don't want you to do is is I want you to? Keep checking those companies out. Those websites are talking to them staying in touch with them and let them know. Hey, if you have a part time position, open up. I'm in. I'm in. I'll find a way. Okay, if you have a full-time position course I WANNA do it. You just have to stay on their mind and I. Almost wonder since you've got a good paying job. The pest control. You're making really good money. I think the key for you is actually volunteer family owned SCO? Hey, I wanna be you. One day, I'll volunteer I'll work five weddings a month or whatever. They're not going to say no to that. FREE HELP ALWAYS WORKS The. Ken Coleman Show continues bringing you clarity so that you can confidently stuff forward. On the path to your purpose, there are seven stages. What stage are you in? Get clear. Get qualified getting connected getting started getting promoted getting the dream job. So, you can give yourself away. By the way if you're making progress to the point that you're close to step in and your dream job or You have stepped in your dream job in the. Recent months or year. We'd love for you to email the show. ASK CAN COMA DOT COM. We'd love to call into a dream scream. Want to hear from you. They want to hear from you. And one of the ways that you get started on, the journey is get clear that stage one and we've got brand new free resource called career clarity, guide. It's the career clergy guide, and it walks you through the for those three indicators that you hear me. Talk about on the air with callers. What do you do best? What's your talent? What do you love to do most? What's your passion? What results matter most to you. What your mission! Walk you through this and it actually for some of you want call in. It really helped you get more confident. Because of this worksheet exercise it's super simple, and it's free go to KEN COLEMAN DOT com slash clarity, or it's on our resources page can coma dot. COM SLASH CLARITY, or it's on a resource page at Ken. Coleman Dot. COM Alright. Cody is up next in Bellingham Washington. Cody, you're on the Ken Coleman show. Hey Good morning. How are you I am living the dream Cody what's up. So I got clear about a month ago, and I wanted one I. Thank you for that awesome. My what my goal is to create a paid for program and I'm just more curious about if that's more of a nonprofit or going to different route to make it happen. could be both what do you think so far? What are you? What are you feeling? Have you done research on both for profit nonprofit options? I'm feeling starting. I is going to be closer to a not a nonprofit quite yet, but down the road. It could easily become yeah. But being a servant, and helping others, and also just bring a lot more positively into the world I. Think the road could use it and I Feel called to do that's great. How are you going to do? What's the? What is the venture? the adventure will start off by. Could really be anything but starting with a blog so media cleaning up neighborhoods Finding families that could use help with. Maybe donating money things like that and. I also have a photo project to go along with that to help support, but it's going be a big note of. Just spring stories of positivity. And how does a lot more good in the world? So what's so your revenue model? Is I don't I? Don't hear a revenue model so from that standpoint. Maybe you do need to go nonprofit out of the gate because you're going to rely on donations and charitable donations in that regard and people giving in kind services, and that's a that's obviously tax, really the difference between the simplest way to to to delineate between a for profit nonprofit. You've gotTa have. Prophet you got to have money in both, or you have to shut your doors. It's just the not for profit. Has the the tax benefits and got things like that? And so as you get started into this thing until you have a real revenue model, I don't know that I would try to structure it as a for profit because I'm not hearing where you're going to actually. Offer a product or service, and then get paid for it in my right. Right, so this is a prophet. Yeah, I was planning on going to churches and talking about. What I plan on doing and hopefully get donations starting up through air. Okay, so a I think it should be. I think you should set it up as a nonprofit when it's time right now. I don't even think it's time to do that. I think you have to test the model, and before you go to churches or individuals and ask them for money. Cody might vices to show your work I. mean. There are a lot of people out there who want to do good and I. Love Your Vision, and I love your heart however. Even though you're asking for charitable donations, people. WanNa see an ROI return on investment. And, so before you start asking for money I. Think you've got gotta get out there with some friends, or maybe just you and you get out there and hustle and start volunteering and do the things you want to do. It's a form of testing. Your ideas had seen how their receive. What are you learning the process? And then you gotTA show some win. Some actual victories gotTA show results, and you got to document this before you start asking for money because people want to see what you've done, they wanna see what you're doing. They WANNA. Know How you're doing it before. They're going to give you money. So you're in the early stages, which is awesome and I'm really proud of you. Get out there and start doing some stuff. Undocumented document the results before you asked for money. Eight, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven seven. Arnold is up next in Bakersfield California Arnold. You're on the Ken Coleman show. Hey can have gone I'm living the Dream Arnold what's up. well Sir I. Have a question naturally. That's all I called I completed the career guide this morning trying to. Kinda helped me gathering my thoughts a little okay. Essentially At the moment feel I can have an amazing job and I. DO enjoy coming to work I don't feel like that's my problem. I think. You know I do part time military as well I mean they're national guard, so do that once a month and For the past few years I've just kind of been flopping back and forth between military and. Civilian Jobs and I can I just never. Guess I just never feel very fulfilled or So. What's your question? I! Guess I just. I just want some guidance on what okay, so the good news is you you like your current job? You like it, so you're not in a miserable situation, so you so you've got a really good base to be able to then now build on and eventually step off of into the future so when you did the career clarity guide. What is you come up with? When it came to we'll skip ahead since you know what your talent is in your hopefully your passion emission. You filled it out so the type of work that you really really love. What did you write down what you come up with? The hardest part I think part of my problem is I i. really enjoy a lot of different things I really enjoyed okay, but that's not a problem, so let's focus on the things. You enjoy most right, so if you enjoy a lot, then there's probably some sevens in there, and there's probably some eight and nine and ten. What are your eights, nines and tens the things that you really enjoy more than most things like you really really love it if you could only do these three or four things, what is it? I mean I. I love learning new things I love. Whether that be. Learning new language learning skill. Car Give me, give me a skill, so we're talking about work. You love okay. We're talking about a role a function that you. Fill in the workplace. Tell me those things at the top of the list. How are you? I mean if you love learning things on the job. What kind of things are you love learning and then doing? What are we talking about? How I I love. Being part of a team. And helping the lead that team to achieve a goal, okay and I mean in the process. Of Learning has to happen is for sure okay, and and then what are the results that matter most to you? What did you write down? If Passion, the work you love was the hardest thing. Would you write down for results that matter most people you want to help? Probably WANNA solve solution. You want to provide what you write down. A few things I think the. The two big ones for me is. I have family. That are from Central America, and their situations pretty bad down there and. My mother immigrated here when she was young and okay. I guess in my head. The problem is I want them I want to be able to. Help people that are in. Situations like that have a clear path on how they can. If they WANNA come here, obviously get citizenship or okay, so you'd love to help immigrant. That's who you most loved to help. I think so okay great. There's that's the clarity to hold onto right now. Okay, so I want you to do a couple of things I know. It's nerve. Wracking on the show so I. Don't want to push you any more to try to come up with it, but here's the deal. Start there. You know that you would love to help. People make it to America and pursue their dream all right so I want you to do your homework and I want you to do some research, you said you love learning. Learn all the ways that people can get to the states all the challenges that people have when trying to get here. All of the resources out. There made available to help those folks whether it be government or non governmental sources private sector. Now what skills and work that you love to do fit into those options. This is the coach. Welcome back to the Ken, Coleman Show helping you get on stock and on purpose in work. All, it matters folks. Living Life for the weekend is no way. To do this life, you know there's so much more. And it all comes down to your contribution. You use what you do. Best your talent to do what you love to do most passion. To create to produce results that matter most to you, that's your mission. What do you want your work to do what you want the contribution rework to be. That's the mission, and that's an on purpose person who is in their sweet spot. That's the intersection all three they have to come together used you do best to perform or Kya love to produce results matter to you in the marketplace, eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven, eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven. Let's go to Corbin Kentucky Jonathan is. There Jonathan, on the Ken Coleman Show. Hi Ken! Thank you so much for taking my call today. You Bet what's up. Well! I just recently took your. Should I quit my job quiz and it told me or confirmed exactly what my gut had been telling me. That I am in the wrong role, but the right place. so been keeping my eye out even before I took the quiz, and then keeping my eye out for some job postings within the organization for maybe six months, or so now and one hopped up the end of January that was exactly and my sweet spot, which was I-. Passion for serving people and I have a skill with that analysis number crunching, and so it was a data analyst position here in the hospital, but I'm working for that would have allowed me to provide data. Data to our management, and to help them better care for patients within the within the hospital, so it came open, and I applied for it immediately and then Kobe Kobe crisis hit, and so I was furloughed for a couple of months from the position that I'm currently in and got back and found out that they don't plan on hiring for the data analyst physician any longer at least for the foreseeable future, so being that I I know I'm in the wrong role and I know I'm in the right place. How Long Do you recommend thing? Put Your in this role where I start to look externally. At other positions elsewhere. I'd start looking externally now. Does it. You'RE GONNA leave, but I wouldn't wait any longer. Because what's what's happened now is you've truly found identified at least one role? That you know is in your sweet spot and I would also encourage you that while you're looking externally. Keep looking internally at other positions that while they may not be available. They also fit the description of being in your sweet spot. You understand what I'm saying. So, let's get our head on a swivel. The good news is you're in a great place. You're in a great hospital. You like the culture, so you're really okay there, so that will forge you. A much easier journey of being patient until the right thing pops okay, so sure look externally for more data analyst roles look externally for other roles that may not say data analyst, but. Are still very similar look for multiple roles externally. And internally. That, are close enough to that data analyst data analyst role to where you like go. Okay, there are multiple things I could do in my sweet spot, and you can, so I would just be looking looking looking both internally and externally, and you know what. As it as it is relevant. And appropriate. I would be be meeting with people in the hospital both the current hospital era, and maybe other hospitals or other medical centers or whatever. And just letting people know I'm looking for this kind of role. Keep me in mind. That's the proximity principle. Start hanging around people that are doing. They're role hanging around people that are hiring that role. Okay, that's the producer right and the peer from my book. The proximity principle so if you're doing that Jonathan, the right thing is going to present itself, and you're going to be ready because you have. You have been looking and you have been communicating and you have been connecting so that's how you do that. Excellent young confirm absolutely. Oh, that's fun. At is really fun. Folks listen. That's how that works. That's how the proximity principle works. He knows he loves to be data analyst, so he needs to start hanging out with other people that do at work. He also needs to find personal connections. Whether it be family, friends or acquaintances to producers, this is the archetype in the book. The proximity principle who are data analyst, our senior data analyst, or they manage and lead data analysts. That's who needs to be hanging out go. Jonathan can do this. He wants to do it. If I have an opening, I'm going to think of Jonathan right out of the gate because he's been connecting on purpose. Works folks. You stay with. This is the Ken Coleman, show. Let's go to Saint Louis Missouri Meghan. Is There Megan? You're on the Ken. Coleman show. Hi, how are you? Megan I'm living the dream. What's going on with you? I'm doing okay. I so currently a restaurant manager, but I WANNA. Get into the playing field I've been listening to your show quite a bit, and so I think that's what kind of more passionate. but I've been trying to get some connection, because I that kind of like the next step but I was also looking at jobs, and there's really not allow gave me. There's not a lot out there right now. but then my other two parter question is I didn't know if you would recommend a few think my skills are transferable from restaurant manager to event planning, or if you think I should do like a volunteer internship Kinda Gig in the meantime. Well I think that that it's yes, and yes is my answer. there's no question that you managing a restaurant is transferable. Because, a manager of a restaurant is not just responsible for a quick and good service. It's also environment right. We wanted to look nice where you know and and we you have you have some experience on at least. You know some type of environment depends on the type of restaurant you work at, but you certainly understand ambience right beyond your service, and so you also understand logistics the way that the cooks and the the waiters in and the bus, boys or the host. You know it's all a team. Everybody's got a role and event. Planning is the same way. If you've got audiovisual you know the production people. Then you've got the the decorations, and then you got the catering. You got all these pieces, so yeah, it makes you absolutely qualified. You should be really confident in that. And then the second thing is yes, because the event business right now is still kind of stalled or sputtering, because you know, people are slowly opening up and you know consumer confidence around events still yet to be seen where we stand so yeah, if you can volunteer and intern. In the time being while still being at the restaurant, yes, that's a great way for you to get connections. I wrote about that in the proximity, principle and Meghan. It was a huge huge deal for me. Because very hard to get on the air, but when I volunteered to come in and screen phone calls and do research for the radio host. It's almost impossible to turn that down unless you have four eyeballs. Seem like a Weirdo and you're not so I. Love that idea. I think it'll be great experience and great connections. It's absolutely V proximity principle in display so yes. Okay I just worried about like. Even doing that is gonNA. Be like a lot of time as a restaurant manager. We just have weird hours and we work a lot so. I'm just worrying about as I transition might have to get like even in this weird time. I'm totally okay getting a part time job and like doing it I'm just nervous about like. Kind of what the right volunteer thing is and stuff like that but I guess that's just researching it is it is it's just you talking to people right before you volunteer? Maybe get to know some people and do some research on those companies those event companies and find out. If it's actually a place, you'd WANNA volunteer. With ad, then you're right. If financially you can do that move to a part-time job. That's fine, but here's the deal. Who says you have to volunteer fifteen twenty hours a week. So. Let's say you work as a manager. I'm guessing you're in that forty to fifty hour range week. Is that right? About forty six fifty. Yeah, figured okay so. Realistically let's say you stay in that. Let's let's answer this based on your current hours. Without exhausting yourself. How many hours do you think you could volunteer if I made a phone call right now in Saint, Louis and event place and I said Hey i. want you to to allow my friend Meghan to volunteer view. She has X. amount of our. She can give to you. How many would you give? I would probably say probably fifteen twenty hours with your current schedule. Yes great. That's enough. So Meghan necessarily think you need. Take a part time job bill to volunteer. If you if you just did five to ten still getting you experience still getting you connections so i. that's what I'd like to see you do. Okay got it. Yeah, thank you so much. You Bet, listen, you can do, both you could still work fulltime volunteers, too. It's not about the amount of time you're volunteering. Just the fact that you're volunteering to get experience and connection, so yeah, meagan! You're awesome. Go! That's great. Eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven, eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven. Let's go to cody. In Cincinnati Ohio Cody. You're on the Ken Coleman, show. I am living the dream Cody what's up. I am kind of see if I, should. Try and open up a copy shop that I've been working on for a few years. Well I asked because I'm getting ready to move to Australia as soon as the borders. Okay, so you talked about opening up the coffee shop in Australia. starting at right now to say to earn some extra money Oh. do you have the money? To to be able to Lisa Shop. Do you have all the equipment that you need to make the coffee? You got the furniture already paid for advancers, no to any or all of those. Do you have the money set aside to be able to do all that? I was planning on thirty on a copy bike and I have the espresso machine and grandeur and everything like that. Indus going to small venues right now. Okay, so you have the equipment and I? It sits on your bicycle. Tricycle. Trisomy oh cool, and so you've got everything you need. How give me an example of how much money you can make an hour on that thing? I'm. More than I. Make Right now. I work at a copy shop right now. And have loved it, and that's why I want to open up my own coffee shop So how much you didn't answer my question. How give me a ballpark? If let's say, you're come up to a busy street festival. which I don't know if that exists right now coming out of Covid, but let's say you get to a place in your foot traffic. How much money have you made? Have you done this view experimented, or is this just a brand new purchase and you've never done it. would be a brand new purchase and I've never done it. Oh Okay And you're not making a whole lot of money right now. How much money you trying to make with this business so that you can go to Australia? as much as possible. It's an interesting situation since I'm going there. To be with my girlfriend for a year, and then we're both moving back here for a year to figure out where it would be best for both of us. Okay so, how much money are you trying to earn? Twenty thousand dollars. Online by which date. December December. Yeah. Man I gotTA. Tell you I don't know if this is the right move for you. How much money you going to have to spend to to buy the tricycle and all the stuff. The tricycle is just over two thousand dollars. Do you have that in cash right now? I do how much how much total cash do you have saved? Right now I have about. Six thousand and you're trying to make twenty more so that you have twenty six when it's time to go to Australia. Yeah. Okay so if you on the numbers, so that's December. I'm guessing I in December so we've got really. June is kind of done. We've got July. August September October November. We've got five months. That means you're going to have to make four grand net per month. Do you understand that? Yeah I don't like it I see it. We'll save the idea and take it with you to Stralia. Then maybe ship the Biker, or by the Pike and Australian launched that in Australia I think for you. This is I'm working two and three jobs I don't need to start a perspective business right now. On a tricycle with coffee, which I think is a super cool novel idea I really do and I know you love coffee, but you need to make. Net four grand a month over the next five months, and this too risky is going to put you behind the April. Just hey super cool idea. Be, patient save it. Try It in Australia when you get there for a year. It's a great place to try that idea. Don't do it now. They'll get as much work as you can. Let's make the twenty grand 'cause. You can make the twenty graphic I. Know You can't I know you can net four grand a month. You're delivering pizzas. You're cutting lawns. You know your pressure washing driveways i. don't care what you're doing. You're stocking groceries sells at night. You want to go to Australia. You need that money. Go work with guaranteed. I! Know I'm going to get this much per hour or I'm going to get this kind of commission and That's GonNa put you in a much better situation, so really appreciate the call. That's pretty cool and in Joe. I tell you right now in my neighborhood. It'd be a good little business. Try Rolling up there in a little village area, and you got your tricycle in your little coffee. Maker s pretty cool, but we're not going launch that to try to make twenty grand in four months. That's not a good idea, and that's the difference. Our Time's almost up bought before I. Let you go. You matter, and you do have what it takes. Thank you so much for joining us until next time. This is the Ken Coleman show press on. Thanks for listening to the Ken Coleman Show. For more, you can find the show on demand wherever you listen to podcasts and watch the show on Youtube. You can also find across all social media by following at Ken Coleman. If you enjoy this podcast, we have more from the Ramsey network like borrowed future pay listeners. I'm George. Camel and in this episode podcast series where exploring the student loan, debt crisis and the impact. It's having on real people. 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Are You Unable To Pursue Your Dream Because Of Money?

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Are You Unable To Pursue Your Dream Because Of Money?

"Setting the pace on the pursuit of happiness. This is the Ken Coleman show where you discover what you were born to do and how to make it happen now helping you get get unstuck and on the path to your dream job. Ken Coleman Live from Ramsey studios in Nashville. You're joining the conversation about who you are what you were created to do where you want to be and how to get there all men. Are you kidding me Kim. Are you telling me this shows about me. Me and my dream. Yes Yes it is. Why is this all about selfish ambition? No no no no no no no no no this is about the selfless pursuit of being who you were created to be because you were created aided to contribute to this oral and specifically you were given talent and you were given passion these as a raw chunks of clay very valuable chunks of clay but raw when you come into this world and then as we seek to see what we do best and what we love to do most and how they can come together in other words the sweet spot as I say is at the intersection of what you do best on what you love to do. Most so as as we begin to see how they can come together and we begin to work on these raw talents and passions. Then clarity comes through the crystallization and then we sharpen the skit that the talent and skills we sharpen the passion into a very specific purpose and all of a sudden. We're living like no one else in Oregon like no one else. This is attainable. Living the dream being in a dream job doing work that matters deeply to you that pays you well is not sell mystical happenstance. That a few fortunate souls get it. Is there for you. Let's help you get the clarity. You need so that you can confidently step forward and courageously stay on the path. Because again somebody out there needs to bump into you and get what you have to offer eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven all right. Let's go to Troy Michigan. Yes and is on the line yeahs in your on the Ken. Coleman Coleman Show Hey can thank you for taking my call. Sure how can I help. Yeah so I've been watching book so I'm now the discovery face face. I think I know what I'm good. And what am I most talented at But having a hard time forget all my passion so I can use my With the best they can do So let me run you through zone of that time Italy. Good for my gallon. Since I was a little kid I Enjoy working with my hand kind of like Solving technical problems and then I go into it and I went to engineering. So I learned about design and the detailing. And all that stuff and also had Visualizing things sharp you describe problem to me I realize it and even even draw the solution in my head before paper. Yeah love that I like. Yeah I like like number and charts and so that's why I went into engineering. Yeah but but as as progressing I graduated tried to find a job. I got a job into the automotive industry which is a great job. Good company good pay but I discovered discover that I don't have the passion Before what I'm doing right now you know in a big corporate You end up doing small task of a big picture. It wasn't really what I said the N. B. and I being the middleman between different operations so Then okay maybe I'll like something else so I always been thinking either Go into flipping houses business. I when when I was in college and lured younger I did a lot of construction work with my hands Joe and also when I was college I took one course is about it It again ventilation design systems like I fell in love with it and probably one of the most interested. So hold on uh-huh so so you've given me lots of clues. I think you do know what you're passionate is and I'm GonNa put you to the test. So I want you to forget all the limitations finances qualifications locations. I don't know anybody in this field because you've already told us what you're good at and you've already given us two examples of what you really enjoy. Blurted out if I could give it to you right now. No no risk. Let's get all you just get to try it for two months. What would you do go and I want to try to probably I WANNA try that? Going into engineering. Yeah I think so too. That's what I heard the whole time. Because that that takes into this visualizing there's some creative problem solving their the engineering part meets the design. Fine you love. The idea of how H HVAC systems were put together. That was fascinating to you. I think you've got to put yourself in proximity to that type of work right now and get some more clarity by talking to people who actually do that companies that actually hire people to go find out what all is involved there and by doing that. What you're gonNA find out is that yes indeed? This is in fact what I WanNa do you called and said I don't know what my passion is and you absolutely do know you're passionate is what you're worried about is how to get there and to use the proximity principle. Which is my new book? Madison let's get Yasmina copy of that because I want you to read it do it and get in proximity to people. Let her doing that type of work. And you're gonNA find out that there actually is a path and that you can do it. And you'RE GONNA get clarity that yes in fact. Can I would love to to do this. Use My brain in my hands in designing things are going to help people go to Tucker. WHO's on the line in Sacramento California Tucker on the Ken Coleman show great great to be on the show? How are you great? Thanks for calling in. How can I help So I kinda have a weird situation so I a hundred hundred percent know what my passion is. I have connections within my passion. I have all the knowledge on how to do. My Passion uh-huh I've been doing it for you know ten or fifteen years just as like a hobby But doing my doing bat as a career would involve starting my own business. And I don't have the money to do that and it's actually a rather substantial amount of money and so I find myself in this weird kind of situation where what I'm doing right now is trying to apply the proximity. He principal which I read your book. Love it thank you I'm trying to apply that to get a job that I don't actually want so that I can save money to do the job actually want. But that's okay but that's great. That's probably what you have to do. In fact I don't see another solution around that because I had to run my own business I started a business selling sponsorships for live events. How exciting do you think that was for me? Tucker knowing you number your credit no. It wasn't but it was. It was the vehicle. It's it's exactly what you have to do real quick. What is the dream job? What is it I want to breed and so up piles. Okay Great. So you have a good idea what it's GonNa cost to get that thing going full-time eventually correct. Yes I do. But can't you do that on the side. I Cam Damn Once you get the situation squared away. So here's the deal. Money is not a problem. Money is a is a Let's call call it a Obstacle right now. It's not a problem. It's an obstacle so you it's an obstacle right now and you can scale that obstacle you can run through that obstacle. But you're going to have to do it by getting your financial house in order first getting a stable job a good paying job may not be the dream job. But it's temporary right and the soonest that you can get going just part time meaning Maybe even working for somebody that sells those animals as a side hustle. So just to make even more money and keep your heart alive that passionate alive but then start doing it on the side and we're not gonNA invest a lot of money and this. We're GONNA do a little bit at a time because we've got the day job. The Day job funds the dream job. Let me say it again. Your Day job will fund the Dream job. Who Cares cares that you can't do it right now? It took me nine years folks. Let me remind you nine years six and a half of which I was on my own doing that day job and then I joined Ramsey solutions. It's been a little bit more time serving paying my dues and then stepped into it. Nine years are you willing to do what it takes. Are you willing to wait as long as it takes. I know the answer is yes. So do it don't move more. Ken Coleman show coming it up right around the corner. I'm so excited about our three free resources that Ken Coleman Dot Com. It's about helping you get the job that you're looking for here. Are the three resources how to write the perfect resume five ways to fix your resume and land your dream job. This guide help you understand that a resume without a relationship is worthless. We're going to teach you how to flip the resume with an actual template so you lead with who you know. Then you're going to get a phone call or an email and this takes you to the next step how to win the interview. Five five strategies on standing out in the hiring process folks. You have to win the interview and we walk you through the five things you need to prepare for so you can perform and get the job and and finally you get cans touch point time. Line five steps for following up after the interview. These steps are so often left out by so many on the hiring path and it's so important according to follow up and finished strong. Now you can get all three get hired resources for free at Ken. Coleman DOT COM. Don't wait a second. GotTa Ken. Coleman DOT DOT COM and get hired. Welcome back America. This is the Ken Coleman show where we help you discover what you were created to do and then come up with a plan to make that dream a reality you can realize the dream. That's why we're here. It's show about you. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven eight four four seven four seven two five seven. Seven is the number. We go to Tanya here in Franklin Tennessee Tani. You're on the Coleman show. Good afternoon I have a simple question. Well I think it is I am working at the place that I have currently only seen a supervisory position in my same job and low-fare my same department So I would be working with. The same team is just going into supervisory everyone. Applying for this job including current employees are required to submit a resume so why meeting getting another resume to the same company just for a different job. Are there changes. You make Can you still use your co workers for references. Be just add what he's done. And if you go from using traditional resume to using the one you recommend does that send Grad flags or does it show that I can change and adapt. Oh I'm so happy about this question. Tanya I definitely won't you to use the resume example that we have at can calm dot com and not because it's red flag But it is going to be a Look at Tanya. What is going on here? Because he is such a different dynamic. They already know who you are. I mean let's just for fun here because I want you to grab this because I think you're a little worried about it but I want to drive this home okay. How long have you known the people that you're gonNA interview with a year and a half? Okay that's and you've worked well with him. You got a good relationship yes it will actually one of them. I've known for five and a half years and others for a year and a half. Okay makes my point even stronger so they already know you. There's no red flag possibility here. I think they're going to go look at Tanya bringing in a whole different. Kinda resume. Didn't haven't seen this one before. I've gotten emails from listeners. Tanya who have interviewed for Fortune One hundred companies studies and the hiring managers have said after the interview or in the middle of the interview. I loved your resume. It's so different so the answer. The question is unequivocally used my version. Because it's GonNa make you stand out and there's no red flags can be associated with because they already know you so if they go all right Tonya. What's going on here there? You go well you know and you can blame it on me. You don't have to use my name. I don't care you just say this I listen crazy guy on the radio and he's put this out there a lot of people use it and his point is is that it focuses focused on what matters most which is who I know and and what I've done and all that kind of thing and so I love the idea of you putting putting actual testimonials from people you work with at the top there Because I think feedback from those you're in the trenches with is the most most valuable form of endorsement. There is in other words. You can put somebody in there. That's very impressive. That maybe those leaders no but I. I don't know that it's GonNa ring quite as true is i. If you've got some people who say hey. I've worked with Tonya closely. And when she told me she was going to apply for this I was like wow. I've wanted to do it because I would love to work with somebody like her in that role. You know whatever that's going to be so yeah I would use my resume and don't look back because here's the deal remember. Why put it out there tonio? Final point the reason I created the resume the way it did is because I know what resume actually is. It's a brochure. Sure so what you're doing as you get your shot a one page and by the way they may not even look at it but companies do things just because that's the way they do it. I've said this before. No shot at your company or any company that does this and if you're an HR professional please don't take this personally. But I think it's kind of silly that you make an internal person fill out a resume. It's just the goofiest thing of all time. It didn't make any sense to me at all. They were either handling WanNa do it. Let's get them in for interview. Let's run them through our normal interview process us. You know let's not short circuit the interview process but a resume really Sodhi. They may not even look at it. But I'd take oh for eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. Let's go to rick. WHO's on the line in Boise? Idaho Rick you're on the Ken Coleman show. Thank you for taking my call. I love the show. Thank you sir. I've been Working your principles here for the last month trying to figure out what the next step in my career is. And I've kind of decided I'd like to be in leadership development. Well a lot of the jobs have been looking at they want some sorta certifications and certifications cost around three three thousand dollars. I like the look of some of the programs. We are debt. Free just wondering what you think about getting the certification. I've never worked directly in that field. You but I have some qualifications. Just want to know what you think. Where do you think I should go from here? We'll have you verified that you absolutely we have to have that certification. I think it's probably true. But have you talked to people who are in that role so that you can say. Hey here's what I'm hearing and it's going to cost me somewhere in the three thousand dollar range before I lock in and commit to this is is this the best path. Have you talked to people who are in the role. I do have a friend. Who's going through the certification -cation right now who works in that field? That's the only person that I know in this area. That does it not a lot of companies. Have that department Just some of the jobs jobs that I've looked at. I'd say three quarters and asked. Hey Do you have a certification leadership development or that's preferred quality. Then I think you have to do it and so I'm just putting you through the ringer because I want to make sure that you know that you know that you know that you need it and if you need it and seems to be the preferred situation then go ahead and do it. You're debt free three so this should not be a financial hold up for you. You may have to say right now. I don't know your budget but even if you have to save up for six months is it worth it right. No no I'm asking you okay. Is it worth it. Yeah I think it is. I have the cash for it now and then. I'll say kind of excites me to take the class. I think it's no one step closer to get in that field. Then why did you call me. You're afraid of something you're doubting something. What is IT I? I'm I've never been directly in that field and this is you know kind of new to me to try to feel out what I WANNA do. Now that we're debt free. I feel like I'm ready to do what I WANNA do. Well here's been in that field. Okay great great. So you've got some you've got some self doubt. Do I have what it takes. That's what you're asking yourself. Yeah Okay let me. Let me help you with something Rick Doc. Just because you take this three thousand dollar certification K.. Just because you're gonNA take that and you've never done it doesn't mean that You necessarily don't have what it takes. Certification is just step one. So that's just the that's the that's the price of entry. And and then at some point you're going to have to begin to make real connections with people and get some on the street experience so the certification isn't just the be all end all it's just. I've got to kind of have that kind of I've got to have it in order to play now. Once I do that now I gotta get in and and I got to start performing it and see how well I do at this thing. So you've got all this uncertainty but the reality is you know you're willing to do what it takes and you can pay for it so so now it's while taking a certification you need to start getting around people who are in this role or a similar role to this you more research. And by the way this is readily available. Talk to somebody find somebody who's in the space and reach out to him and listen to podcast. People that are in the leadership development space begin begin to develop your own philosophy and some methodology based on what you resonate with. I shared this with a caller earlier. You need to begin to steal like an artist. Starting now who are leadership development gurus voices authors podcasters. That you admire and begin to just fill your head with all that information it's going to seep down into your heart do where you say. Okay this is why I WANNA get unleash it developed. So here's what I WANNA do today beyond beginning to create a list list of stuff you need to consume okay. So think of starting a diet. I'm going to create a list of healthy things that I wanNA consume in the leadership development space. Ace second thing I want you to do is write down today tonight at some point why you want to be in leadership development. Just write it out your heart. Nobody has to ever see just gush all all over the paper. Nobody asked ever see it. Just write down. Why do I want to be leaders development and if I could snapping today give myself a leadership development job? This is what I would be doing all all day everyday right that out to what would your day look like in your mind. Forget about the role and title and all that stuff. Just write your guts out on the paper and that's really Eliya could exercise right now as you begin to stick your tone the water so yes sign up for the course today. You're debt free. Good job way to go. You can do this coming up more of your calls. Don't I'll go anywhere. This is the Ken Coleman Show Folks welcome back. This is the Ken Coleman show helping. You become who you really wanna the B. that's right we're taking on fear doubt and pride get a simple formula and it works. You got to figure out what your sweet sweet spot is. It's the intersection of what you do. Best talent strengths and skills and what you love to do most at your passion things that make your heart come alive the work the results results of the work. That give you deep meaning now once we get that clarity. We start using the proximity principle. The number one bestselling book from yours truly get it wherever books are sold or it can calm and dot com and you use that proximity principle. The clear path in doing work. You love getting around the right people and getting replaces who are those people who are the places that are in the book. Simple formula folks take some hard work take some perseverance and patients but it does work eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number. Let's go now to Nancy online in Greenville South Carolina. Nancy you're on the Ken Coleman show. Hi can thanks for taking my call. my question is is. I've been a stay at home mom for fifteen years and I'm not sure if I should keep continue to stay at home or return to work okay. Well what's the driving having factor that makes you think you should return to work. And then let's look at the driving factor. That says maybe you should stay at home because you're conflicted so I want to know what the voices are saying so the first one is Maybe you should go back to work. What's driving that one Okay well hard hard of it is. There's other stay at home moms that. I know that if return to work so that kind of put the bug in my ear and then Just being at home has been getting Kinda lonely. my kids are sixteen fourteen and twelve uh-huh and They don't really want me at school and Now a bad reason or is not the right reason. I guess I've got I've been thinking of going back is just because sometimes my kids do look at me like I don't know anything and I want to. You know prove to them that. Hey you know something also but you don't have to go back financially. There's no financial push for you to go back. No no I don't have to go back in fact My husband and I are like worth is two point. Three million Do Do you think what in the world are you thinking okay. So let's dive in here and let me dive in. I think I know what's going on to me there. There isn't a financial reason. And you do enjoy being home and I think the two factors that are that are making you think you might need to go back to work are the wrong factors. I don't think you should listen to those those two voices and let me tell you what the voices are as I interpret them one voices while these other moms that your friends with their kids are in school and much older and so they're back to work. So what's wrong with you. Why don't you do you're comparing yourself? Comparison is cancer. It's not a good thing. The second second voice am I right. Am I right so far. I yeah okay now the second hold on a second the second voice is my kids kids who are teenagers who they all think they know. I got a thirteen year old now. He thinks he's the smartest kid alive and So this is just part of being a teenager and so your kids are kind of you think your kids are looking down on you because you're just a stay at home mom. What does mom doing during the day? She doesn't doing things on a professional and so that's a negative nasty voice and that's a lie as well. So here's what I would tell you. I don't think there's a right or wrong here. You start off the call going. Should I go back to work or should I stay at home. Here's what I think you should do. I think you should do something that makes Nancy. Nancy feel very good and that could be volunteering at a charity. Because you've got the time it could be taken an actual hourly job to fifteen twenty hours a week. Ah Thirty hours a week just trying some things. It's either zero pressure on you so for you to actually step out and try. Something I think is the best thing for you right right now because you can go want you to volunteer a little bit and see how that fits and say. I'm willing to volunteer twenty hours a week and then you can say well that that wasn't my thing but at least I know that I liked being out of the House for twenty hours a week and that was kind of fun. It was a new rhythm. I think you're in a stage right now. We're used to go do something that that you enjoy and something that you're good at and there's no pressure so instead of trying to find this dream job. I don't think that's right for you right now. I think for you. It's what have you always wondered heard about doing if you could go do it. What do you think you'd bring to the table? What would be valuable to you? Work that you feel good about if he did spend fifteen twenty hours a week doing that and I think for you. It's proximity in the form of I'm just going to stick my toe in the water and See if I do like it. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the phone number eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. Let's go out to Los Angeles California where Mike is on the line. Mike you on the Ken Coleman Show. I can Dan how you doing. I'm living the dream. Mike how are you great and I wanted to thank you for your working your guidance to the proximity principle. I'm absolutely thrilled with these starting to. I read your book I've I've been really looking forward to it thank me spoke last October I don't know if you remember this but I I was working a job as an account manager for a construction company in a really wanted to start in pursue a career in marketing Through your proximity principle I was able to figure out however by God's grace I was able to land job two months ago In a a local nonprofit marketing for them. And I've really been enjoying it getting me a ton of experience and I'm thrilled to be doing it. but I'm saying and I'm starting to see some things and made me think you know this current will may not be my dream job occur it's a stepping stone into the ultimate goal being a CMO or a marketing director for a local nonprofit organization or a Christian College And so with that. I think I'm between stage. Four and stage five of the dream principle. But I'm trying to determine right now what they hit that fifth stage in this burly kind of two month period Being in this marketing position for this nonprofit Unfortunately though this is kind of getting bogged down as as in these two months I've been here. I'm seeing that it's toxic more environment A lot of my co workers disgruntled and it's starting to make me say you know. Did I do the right thing. Moving on and on top of that. What can I do to change this? What can I do to get this experience? You know. I'm just feeling God doubt because I took this step. I took this lead right to get this marketing experience but it's starting to become a a pretty evident that it's bad culture here right. Well have you talked to the leadership about it because you get this grown co-workers. What's what is your take on the leadership above you? Do they seem disgruntled. As well do they see the people That are creating all this disgruntled nece. I think from what I've seen is that they're pretty passive and so they're not exactly in keeping to everything. There's there's a little bit of a disconnect so the first step is you've only been there two months you're going to have to be a very very judicious judicious in how you bring this up. But I think you need to take that up how many people are above you in the organization. there as either marketing director and then it's the VP of marketing. After that all right I think you have to talk to talk to the VP marketing. And say hey I love what I'm doing because you do you really enjoying this Gig and it's very obvious to me except for the disgruntled people. So I think there's two steps you have to take number born. You need to turn your ears off right now. You're two years into a brand new role in a brand new in a brand new career that you love and this is your stepping stone. So you're going to have to be a bit boy and you're going to have to turn your ears off and they start doing around just go. Hey listen I'm new. I'm trying to do awesome. Great things here and I can't be a part of this shut it down now Mandate Gossiping. They backstab coming. So they'll stop. They'll they'll Stop Gossiping being around you if you put if you say look no judging here. I'm brand new. I'm super excited. I'm on a mission. Please say any of that around me. Police respectfully I asked you you stop and that's GonNa make them so uncomfortable and then I would report it up. Step two is as I would tell the league. Hey listen there's gossip stuff going on. I'm not trying Out People I've told them to stop around me and they have but I want you to be aware of that and just take it up the right way. Don't say hey I think there's a culture problem just say hey This stuff is happening. I've put a stop to it around me but I just think you need to be aware of it because I don't think it's helping our organization helping the team and I think if you do that then you've done what you need to do from an integrity standpoint and I would keep rolling and I think you need to be doing this. I think you need to put a year and at least and do the best you can and again shut all that other nonsense down on and and then You can move on. But don't you know you. I don't think you need to be hitting the object button at two to six months is don't in this situation Sean. I think you can overcome that. And listen you're GONNA find it. Many nonprofits they are passive leadership was pretty passive. They're on board with the mission but it's a different culture and so this is good for you to get in. I see. Do I really want to do marketing at a nonprofit or or I want to jump somewhere else so sit tight. You're in good shape. Don't go anywhere more of the Ken Coleman show and your calls calls about the role you were created to play that all continues right around the corner yeah You can borrow some belief. But that's the the only thing we'll let you borrow at Ramsey solutions. How about that? Yes Loni new my belief in you. I know you were created to do something and that the world needs. I also know that you have the answers. It's my job to help you figure them out. Give me a call test me on this. Why don't you eight four four four seven four seven two five seven seven? Let's go to James. WHO's on the line in Marble Hill Missouri James? The Ken Coleman show necessarily. How're are you doing James? I'm living the dream. How can I help today? that's pretty cool. I think the best way to sum up my situation is I kind of feel like Lamborghini Siemian school zone. I liked man. We gotta get on the open road brother. I agree I agree I agree Yeah so I'm kind of in an industry that I've been in since I was a teenager. Which is pretty much? It's embroidery You know I've worked in the embroidery industry forever and I'm pretty much I have quite a bit of experience in a lot of facets of the industry okay from actually producing embroidery to Delivering Machines Sending them up and training people all arena the United States And fixing the machines and currently I just find myself through a bunch of weird situations back kind of at the bottom of the totem pole You know not making the money. I used to make an industry and there just doesn't seem to be the opportunity to to To really give back out there I guess Gotcha so so let me ask you a quick couple quick questions aid you if I could fix all that and let's say so you were at the top of the heap instead of at the bottom in the embroidery industry. Would you be thrilled or would you still be going man. I still feel like I'm Lamborghini in school zone. Well you know there's different Facets of the job And I've been kind of toss around the ideas of of where I'd WanNa be at within the industry And you know I used to be At the height of what I was doing Fixing the machines like going to different shops and stuff machines for people when they had trouble with them. And you know. I've thought about that question. You'RE GONNA ask it quite a bit and so you're gone and we don't have a lot of time left. What's the answer? Come on it's right there tip of your tongue. Yeah I would definitely be back out there doing that. Okay fixing machines so the question is are you unclear as to why you're where you are now or do you know what happened now. I do know what happened. Okay so how do little also so we don't use spend our time on that. So why did you call me today is it. Hey can I want to know how to get back to that fixing machines position or wh-what's before you today that you called me about what is it. Well you know I'm just seeing a lack of the opportunity to do that which is what I'd really like to do? But you know I was also thinking thinking about. Is it time for a change in careers. Well wait a second. What if you're doing the right thing in the wrong place? Who else is doing that? Embroidery stuff are who else has got those those machines and with all your qualifications. You don't have a character issue do you Is this something that we got to overcome some type of a failure and you got demoted. That would the prohibit you from going to somebody else in the same industry Well kind of guessing. kind of no I've made a lot of bad decisions in the past. The kind of led me to the place where I'm at now and I've looked for opportunities with other companies And they just don't seem to be readily only available at the moment. Okay well not just. The opportunity is not there but that doesn't mean that it won't be there so let's just say well here's a here's where this this is for you. I'm okay a few changing industries. I don't think you have to stay in the embroidery industry but you have to overcome some poor decisions and I believe in redemption and restoration. Big Time so number one. You'RE GONNA have to fix that. There's only so much you can do sometimes to fix that internally if you if the leadership will allow you to be fully restored and that's keeping you down that means you're going to have to move on. Do you understand now that doesn't disqualify you. I don't think from getting hired somewhere else unless you've got something on your record and things like that you have to overcome in the only way you're going to do that is by using the proximity principle. See this is the game changer. You'RE GONNA get around people that are doing what you want to do. And in places where it's happening and you make those connections you keep learning you keep doing you keep connecting and then opportunities GonNa find you now what I what I want to the point out here. Is that the fixing of machines. The embroider embroidery machines. There's some talent and skill there. You go fix machines in another industry for somebody else probably really enjoy it in my right. Yeah Yeah so my point is this. You've identified for me what you WanNa do you know. Oh exactly where you are at at the top of the hill that you. That's what you said. So what's IT GONNA take to get there. You know the embroidery industry but then you know that you've also got some transferable skills to fix other things so once you identify all the different ways you can do that type of work whether in embroidery or outside of that industry. Where are those roles roles? Who Do you know that know somebody that works in those places start practicing proximity get around people that are doing some of the stuff you WanNa do in other companies other places good good old fashioned hustle and Opportunities GonNa find you but you need to fix anything? You haven't fixed from the character problem. Let's go to ruth who is on the line and Polka Telo. Idaho Ruth you on the Ken Coleman Show. Did I say that right. Yeah Oh my gosh. I'm hooked on Phonics Ruth. I can't believe I said that. How can I help today? so I am currently a manager of sales team and I am. I'm in the process of quitting my job because the stress is not good for my health. And I'm just trying to figure out what kind of job I can do that I can. I'm still love what I do. But not how stress where it affects my house and then make so. I can't even work. Okay we'll tell me what the symptoms are I have what's called Crohn's disease so the biggest symptom is just fine tired all the time. yeah okay. Have you talk art to your doctor about what he or she thinks would be something that would be less taxing on you. Because you're saying we got chrome disease was tired then. You're also stressed so I got two questions. I wanted the doctor say about You know the best way to maybe make it through the day physically. They're all over the place. Some say don't work in all and others just say do what you can to make it through. They don't really have any it all right. So what's causing the stress in the sales manager role. Well during busy times in the summer. Everything's going so tactic. I don't even know what's going on entering the non busy times. I've got the stress of. How do I pay my bills so I don't think this is a Crohn's disease issue? Hugh per se. And this is something you're going to have to deal with the issue is. You're in a job. That has a lot of pressure because of the sales manager role. But then you're not making enough money in the in the heavy times and the heavy season are you making plenty of money and then it kind of drops off when it gets slower. Is that what I'm hearing I. I make more money than my bills in the summer but not enough to be all of my does all the time You know what I mean I do okay. I'm just trying to get their time trying to get clarity already here. So what kind of debt do you I actually only have Some medical debt. It's like thirty thousand thousand but I can probably get that gown if I negotiate it. What do you make right now in the in the good season? And what is your. What's your rhythm monthly? And then what's your overall twelve twelve months when you put it all together with highs and the lows what did you end up making. I know that my profit last year was nine thousand for the air. uh-huh well I I gotTa tell you the fact that you can't answer that more specifically to what you make in a year you need to get first thing you need to do is is you need to get a grasp of your your financial financial situation so that you know your budget and Dave Ramsey talks about this. You know this idea of when you're in a commission role because that's what you're in is high heavy commission correct so what you've gotTa do is when you have those those big months you've got a store or some away for the rainy season if you will and so if you can't do do that if there's not enough surplus to be able to help you in the in the season there's there's there's two things that you can do and only two things number one you're going to have to start slashing lashing like crazy slashing your expenses and get it super lean to where you know when you when you're making the money in those heavy months now there's so much increase there that you can plan for that so you're gonNA have to slash slash slash and cut cut cut cut cut. Now the other thing is is to get a sales job that you don't have all those swings swings like that now you take those two things and you combine it with the fact that you've got chrome disease and you're GONNA be tired. The medical professionals are going to give you the best best advice they can and I think you ought to to get online and maybe spend some time with people who deal with this this disease and how they try to mitigate through it but your reality not is. I wish I had a sunny answer for you. But your reality is you need a better sales job and the stress itself you know if you're a good performing sales job you have the ability to do Then then you can again. You'RE GONNA make plenty of money if you're cutting cutting in sacrificing and a better sales job where you don't have the seasonal flu yoyo type situation the economy's hot hot hot and I understand the physical limitations -tations But you're either going to have to stay in that sales role and just tough it out or you're GONNA have to move into a role where You know maybe you're in a customer service role Some type of customer facing roles. Because that's what a good salesperson is good of dealing people and you're not having all that stress but you've got a higher salary type situation and so I think those are your options before you and I would talk to your doctor about the stress part of this us and how much that affects you. Our time is almost up but before I let you go you matter and you do have what it takes. Thank you so much for joining the conversation until the next time this is the Ken Coleman show press on. Thanks for listening to the Ken Colin Show for more. You can find the show on demand wherever you listen to podcasts and watched the show on Youtube you can also find Ken across all social media by following at Ken. Coleman Hey folks. I want to make sure you check out our other. The Ramsey Network podcasts like the Rachel cruze show. Hey guys it's Rachel cruze and I'm so excited to tell you about podcast. A lot of people are living paycheck to paycheck. They're end debt. 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S04E13: Fuel For the Fire

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

23:37 min | 3 months ago

S04E13: Fuel For the Fire

"This is making disciples with robbie galley which is part of the replicate podcast network as a resource to quit and encourage leaders to make disciples who make disciple makers your host. Chris swing today on the podcast. We are talking about fuel for the fire. Our prayer service and really the interesting thing here is as we continue to talk through the long hollow revival that we are experiencing we are extremely humbled blessed praising the lord every yesterday at the end of the service team you say god is so to us. We just we cannot. We can't we can't believe it and yet we talked about how saying we can't believe it is ridiculous because it's god of all creation who can do anything he wants to do and And yet we continue to see life change. We continue to see grown men weeping and sobbing setting a baptistery at age fifty. Five sixty five seventy sixty seventy and just raising their hand. Weeping praising the lord and wanting to experience life change warning to be obedient following the lord in baptism and so as we walked through this process. has been shaping every single person involved and i would say similarly obviously for his purpose in his will but also differently because we're all at different places and as we talk through this this prayer service and i know this one of the things i get least excited about at least used to in the old days last year and before before the quarry of yours say we're going to have a prayer service. I would have thought it's wednesday nights. We need something as a filler for parents because their kids are here. I'll just if i'm going to be on the pastor. Didn't wanna preach another sermon so now we have prayer night I it's it's. It's sad how we have taken prayer. We've tacked on just like we do with mealtime you know We say that. Same little mini statement. Each time. you know blesses nurse bodies wasn't he hasn't made it whatever it is that we say. And that's how we treat prayer or at least we have. I would say i'm guilty of that. And a prayer service is often that last ditch effort that holding place for people to have something to do rather than an intentional focus to see god moving a powerful way. And so i think if you're listening and you've been traveling along with us in this journey as we've recounted what god's doing and god is still doing. This is not a past tense. Storyline here goddess. Still doing this. And it's continuing to be incredible and we're continuing to be blessed. This service in my mind is maybe one of the most important facets of this revival. Yes and we had. We had just stopped meeting in person for a few weeks God continue to move baptisms. Continue to happen. live changed. Continue to roll on. And you felt the lord Just kind of stirring your heart to to begin to gather people to pray and there were some unique elements to it when we did it. How did it. let's talk through some of that. You don't let me back up to. Because i want to tell you. We had created a system for prayer years before. And if you remember for those who didn't hear it earlier I went to tim. Leflore and. Tim had the same burden as i did. And i said. I really believe that we are a church. That praise where a crisis prayer church someone comes in we. We definitely will pray for them. We'll stop right there like most churches. Yep but we weren't a praying church. A what is the difference. A prank shirts coats. Everything in prayer prayer is not a ministry tacked onto the mini ministries in a church. Prayer is the initiator and finisher of all things you you seek the lord before meeting and then you seek the lord after not just after his most meetings are and so we wanted to be a praying to a church that prayed before every event a church that was on their face throughout the week and mainly at church that pray twenty four hours a day seven days a week so we we parched out the times in. It's one hundred and sixty two hours a week and so what we did is we. We are guys in. It department in our creative team way smarter than us or at least me with computers put together an online portal where people can go online and sign up for timeslots to pray until you about this so they you know every every hour the one hundred sixty eight hours of the week and we quickly got up to wh- about the one fifteen rains robert. I mean i think we got up to one fifty one sixty and i get it. Who wants to pray at three. Am on tuesday right. I get it not many two. Am on thursday. I get but eventually. By god's grace we got the number of all the hours covered and now we have people who have signed up and it's multiple people at multiple hours than just one. We praise the lord for that. So that was the backstory then I had heard about like some of you. Charles spurgeon boiler room house. Persian had people praying for him while he preached and one time. Someone came the spurs church and said mr spurgeon the great prince of preachers the mighty preacher. What's your secret to being a great pulpit here. Spurgeon said follow me. He took him down into the basement to the boiler room. He opened the door right. But right before the service was about to start or as the service was starting and He opened the door and three hundred. Men were on their faces. Praying and crying out for god on his behalf and purge spurgeon said the key to my ministry. Is that here. It is my people. Pray for me. So i went to tim. Who's over at pre ministry russ. Who's over member care. And i said i want us to create a prank church where people are praying before the service during the service after the service and so on sunday morning. What happens on. Sunday is always the same. We have a group of intercessor. These are people who Between a prayer warrior an intercessor christie. Know the difference. No but i have a feeling you're going to tell me okay. Yeah okay good answer. A prayer warrior is someone who when you give a prayer request to they'll pray they will pray consistently for it. The difference between a prayer warrior in an intercessor is that an intercessor will take the prayer requests on perfect personally and pray until you get an answer. they're not gonna pray once or twice like many of us. Do y'all pray for that. Sure they're gonna pray every day all all the time that it comes to mind until there's an answer and they will not quit until there's an answer and i like to say these people these intercessor who stand in the gap watchmen on the walls. These men and women know how to talk to god and you have them in your churches. I mean we all have our churches and maybe a group of five or six. We have a group of fifteen We probably have a few more but these are fifteen people that i know if i text a prayer request. They're gonna pray. So we put these men and women in a prayer group on sunday morning our services at the time. Start at nine. After covid we start at nine eleven and they get there at seven thirty and from seven thirty to eight thirty. They're praying. I start studying and praying at home in my study earlier. I come to the church. I walk into that meeting at eight. Ten eight fifteen they. Then pray over me and with me until about eight thirty eight thirty five. Yeah this week robert to get me. It was eight forty some of us go a little long winded. Like me but eight forty and then walk over time. Going overtime by praying is probably the way to do it. Why wouldn't you walk into the back of the service. And i get prep for the service and then we start the service now while i'm preaching both services. Men and women are in that prayer room on their faces. Praying for god to move. And i'm telling you folks listen if you don't have this in your church forget everything else we say although we don't want you to but forget everything else. We said if you just do this. I am convinced. You're going to see a definitive difference in the spiritual response of your people. Remember the reason. People don't respond on sunday morning during the invitation during the response time. And whether you give a formal come forward invitation or you give a challenge to repent and believe you should be giving an invitation to call people to action regardless the barrier between a person who's lost seeing jesus who's the light of the gospel the glory of christ who's the image of god it says in corinthians pulses is that the god of this world has blinded there is with avail in so prayer. Fervent prayer. Is what god uses on behalf of the people to open the eyes of people who are veiled to the gospel so those people are praying. And i'm preaching okay. So that's the back story of all of that leading up to this prayer time. Yeah okay so we so. I knew the value of prayer. I knew that we needed to pray but like you. I had heard of prayer nights before i had never. I mean i lead the wednesday night devotional time in my first church. Which if you're leading this wednesday night devotional prayer time. It's a thirty forty minute. Devotional not much preparation by the pastor for those who are not passers lici on the secret. He's just speaking out of the overflow must of the time you know just open which is fine studied this whole life. It's fine and then we then we have a forty or thirty minute prayer time through a laundry list of names to pray for aunt susie sisters ingrown toenail that she stop last week and i listened and i'm not against and susie sister because it hurts her. I get that but that's not the kind of prayer meaning i envisioned. Yeah i envisioned and we'll talk about it when we get back from the break. I envisioned a prayer time where people actually talk to. God and people actually heard from epic as you leave your disciple making movement. The replicate network provides ongoing practical training and community of like minded church leaders to help you and your church thrive each month. You'll get frameworks acute anytime with robbie galaxy and access to our online forums and groups. Google provide you with prayer and personal support practical resources discounts and benefits as you seek to make disciples who make disciple makers check out the replicate network today at replicate network dot com and we're back talking about really are prayer service. But it's it's about a fire that has started and we want to continue to see it starts to burn and it's the fuel for the fire and you were talking about how we have intercessor praying during the service house. Burgeon people had been praying before the service. And you're talking to leaders about how obviously we encourage people to pray. Obviously every believer. I would think a said. Hey prayer is important. Passengers would say yes. Pray i want people to pray. And maybe you've even had a emphasis in your church where you've tried to get people to pray or pray round the clock. I think what we've seen here with this service and you mentioned it before the break and we'll kind of dive into the details and what that looks like is. We didn't just want to have a service where we had a a list of things to pray for which again. That's a great star. There's nothing wrong with that. Do that if you so choose. But we wanted to see something a little bit different maybe radically different We obviously want to pray for the needs of the people and you can talk a little bit about how we do that but we wanted. Give people an opportunity to speak to the lord to hear from the lord and to respond and so walk us through This first paranoid. Maybe just a combination of what happens over all of them but just give us some information here. What exactly happened. And how is this fuel for the fires. Yeah well first of all realized in this is kind of a principal. My own life I didn't have to figure it out alone. Guys who have experienced and and prayed and pressed into god who've given their life to prayer could be great council for me and so what i did was i started asking around and talking to friends and saying hey who can i talk to about. How offer a prayer time or prayer night and so couple. Names came to mind and i found out about nathan. Lino next is a good friend has been a friend for years. He's a pastor in houston northeast baptists in houston texas or northeast houston in texas. And so i call. Nathan nathan has been in a similar kind of a move of god whereas our started with more of a personal prayer time in me on the port seeking god And then an outpouring of god's spirit baptism nathan came to the same place very similarly where he said if god. If you don't pour out your spirit i'm done. I'm tired of going through the motions. Tired of leading a dead church and and people who are not passionate and and so god let him to start a prayer meeting and so he would tell you everything. They're seeing on. Sunday and during the week can be traced directly to that prayer meeting. He's having and god is using that prayer meeting to impact not only his church but churches all over the country. So i call nathan. And i said hey man. Can you tell me how to lead a prayer meeting and how to manage this move of god. He said i'm actually calling to talk to you. What are you doing to manage this. Move of god. That i hear about and i said well. I don't have much to offer my friend. I'm calling you for help and Which was really good to hear from him but what. He began to show me as a couple of things he said. Robbie you have to ask the question as a pastor leader. Why is god not here And i want to ask you that question. If you're listening now god's everywhere he's omniscient and i'm on the president and he and he's all he's all he's always there right. I get that. But why is his presence. Not there on your preaching. Why is his Holy spirit power. Not in your service. I mean th you know this and you only one. You can answer this. And so he said that's what during the prey so his prayer meeting which i which i learned from him and he actually learned from jim symbol he said from the brooklyn tabernacle where simba started his church on the prayer meeting. The tuesday night prayer. Meeting is the fuel for the fire of the church. In fact raven hill said that years ago. He said prayer births revival but revival bursts prayer. So it's this reciprocal nature the more you see revival the more you wanna pray the more you pay the more you see revived. So nathan's model. Which i use somewhat is interesting and obviously you want to create your own model. But his model was simply this. He helps people get to god Connect with god first and then he helps people not lose the connection. Don't do anything that gets in the way of intimacy that you connected with god on the front end so i took that model which i thought was a great model and then he also taught me something else and i use this to this day. He learned from jim at the brooklyn. Tab he does a one on one prayer line and that one or more prelude to explain it to me he said well we have about eight to twelve fourteen leaders. Interceptors again once you get this intercessory team. The team does three things for you. They pray they pray before and after events and they pray before and after services and again they love to do this so it's not like your bag. they're ready. They prayer walk the campus. They are a prayer band. That protects me pastor leader. Listen if you don't have a prayer band michael. Ken taught me this. If you don't have a prayer band which of those intercessor who are praying around you and for you all the time if you don't if you're not texting them like i just started doing sadly more recently than i text them every week. Prayer request and things to pray for for my personal family and ministry. Then you're missing out. They say what is the importance of prayer event. I'll give you a perfect example. Jim simba and he told his story at a conference. Sembler came into his office on sunday morning and he was about to preach just like we model that ministry so the prayer team gets their and our before he does and there. They were praying in a room connected to his office so he could overhear them praying as he was stunning and he said he could hear them praying all of a sudden the prayer kind of shifted and he heard them praying before he got in the room. Lord don't let that man have that gun lord tell them let that man not pull that trigger. Lord you protect our pastor from this man with the gun. So naturally as any pastor what he perks up and he's like what what are they took he goes in there. He doesn't ask any questions he goes in there and again they start praying. Overlord protect our pastor. Keep the enemy away. Don't let this man come attack our past okay. So he gets up for the service. That doesn't know anything. Obviously the praying for him. And jim gets gives the invitation at the end of the service during the invitation. Jim says a man walks down the aisle. You can tell this man was shoveled. And you could tell. He was overwhelmed and burden you could tell he was out of place he said. He said he walked up during the invitation he said the man reached into his pocket pulls out a loaded gun and hands it to the pastor and said i came here to shoot you today. But god's changed my heart while he said never again that doubt my prayer band never again that i that i minimize or not. Use the prayer back now. I'm not saying people are going to put down weapons in your hands but who knows rather have people who knows for that it may not be it may not be physical weapons but it is spiritual attack because the enemy is slick and he uses darts against leader so the prayer is used for all those things and then the prayer band. Watch this praise before the prayer meeting And we're gonna get to the prayer meeting but let me just say this before we get to what happens on prayer meeting yes. The prayer group praise at the at the meeting before the meeting. Yeah what are you saying rummy. Our prayer night begins at six thirty. Okay and in that prayer night we are praying for an hour and hour and a half you know depends on how long those last week. It was an hour and a half we before as an hour. Fifteen depending on how the lord leads but they are getting to the church to pray at least an hour before right robert probably some of their earlier than that and we have a room for them to go in they get on their faces they get up in little groups and they begin praying and crying out to god you ready for this for one hour before they ever go into the prayer meeting so i tell people the success or effectiveness of the services of long hollow And i want to say this to passers and preaches. Listen i love past l. preaching. I've got degrees in preaching. I've written a book on preaching. I love preaching. let me. just say that up front but what the lord has shown me in the last few months about preaching. The word of god is that it's possible to preach in intellectual biblical message that carries no power of the holy spirit Now what are you saying passer in the word that the spirit you yes i get all that but but there is a definitive difference between a a message anointed with auction of the holy spirit on the man of god. And you've sat in these krizan. I've sat knees before. And with the lord show me is the impact of the power of the message on the heart of the hearer is the term in the prayer closet And so if that's the case how much time if you're listening if you if you lead teach or preach or lead a life group or preach a sermon. How much time are you spending in prayer before the preaching event. Now if you're like most pastors you're doing the casual obligatory prayer. You know before you study and maybe before you preach and you got a couple of deacons you know you just go through the narrative of regimented cliches. But you're not seeking the lord and calling out to god to give you a word first of all and then impressed that implanted. Word on the hearts of the here is an open the eyes of the people. So i'm saying this. And i'm saying this and this is a season. Maybe but i will say this. Chris shared this before with you. I'm actually in this seizing spending more time. In prayer for the message in prayer for the service then. I'm actually spending preparing the sermon. And i know this. You're still spending a lotta time for britain's sir yes spending more time. Well i will tell you this. Here's what's interesting. I used to pry myself. I used to teach preaching conferences. Say fifteen twenty hours a week every week on preparing the message. Which was yeah. Here's what's cool about the holy spirit. The more time. I spend preparing in prayer my heart to tune in my ear to the sensitivity of the voice of the holy spirit. The more efficient and effective sermon. Prep time becomes. It's amazing chris. What used to take me double the time. I'm able to do in half the time and on sunday. The people are saying to me. This is the most impactful blank i've ever heard. This is the most challenging. God really spoke to me. And i'm thinking man. I've spent twenty hours a message. And i've got no. I mean people say a great sermon passer but it was an intellectual impacted if you wanna spiritual impact you've got to spend time with the holy spirit because we're spiritual beings and we can only discern things through the spirit spirit of of the holy spirit so well speaking of timing. We're out of it today. Which means next time we will have to talk about what takes place during the prayer service as always. If you've enjoyed the podcast share with someone you can text link right now. Give us a five star rating on any platform in which you listen to the podcast. And until next time. Thank you for joining us episode. Take a moment to subscribe and share this podcast. 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Holidaying from home

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

26:28 min | 8 months ago

Holidaying from home

"This marketplace podcast is sponsored by merrill with merrill guided investing. You have the option to work with an adviser at a low cost and minimum get started at merrill edge dot com slash investing goals merrill lynch pierce fenner and smith inc. both a registered broker dealer and investment advisor member. Sipc hey everyone. I'm eddie method as host of the marketplace podcast. This is uncomfortable. Talking about money with friends can be hard for him and a lot of my other punk friends. Saying i came into like four hundred. Fifty thousand dollars would be like saying. I came into a million jillion dollars. How one man hit a huge windfall from his friends. Like this dirty little secret until you no longer. Could you can catch this. Episode of this is uncomfortable. Wherever you get your podcasts on the menu this thanksgiving day. We've got a bit of holiday retail some creative ways to fill the travel void and working from home with pets from american public media. This is marketplace in baltimore. Amy scott in for kai ryssdal. It is thursday november. Twenty six good to have you with us for the thanksgiving holiday. We are a business show. So yes we're going to start with what today means for a big chunk of the economy retail because the deals extravaganza. We still call black. Friday has actually already begun. The pandemic has a lot of us. Rethinking our shopping. 'cause we really wanna live in a world where only the big national chains survive. A survey from at taxi found that seventy five percent of shoppers planned to make an effort to shop local. This holiday season marketplace's kristen schwab reports usually this shopping weekend at territories in austin texas is one big celebrating and they walk in. They think they've joined like some mosh pit of Toys shoppers sylvia edwards says the general manager children running up and down everywhere loud music. You know noises from different toys being played with a cacophony of magic madness. And so it'll never get like that this year and not just because of social distancing territories has divided shopping hours. Grownups only ten to four all ages. Welcome four to six. The store is also offering night owl tours. Private appointments for shoppers after closing. You get a whole hour in the toy store and then a little personal salesperson that walks you through the store shows. You are twee workshop where we still cut wood and make toys. These are the kinds of personal touches. That could help. Small retailers cut through all the noise coming from big box stores. Disol- the keller at mintel says traditionally a third of shoppers to most of their buying this weekend and the message from retailers. She says is that they hope to see even bigger numbers this year. Basically start thinking about your holiday shopping and now because it's just only going to be more of a challenge to get what people want on time. The goal this season make day an occasion to shop. Frank reese who owns acapella books in atlanta is doing that with extra virtual book clubs and author events. A lot of our business in normal times. is not in this little store. What a lot of businesses is offsite events. And he's doing the free delivery thing by hand because you know amazon sells books to. I'm kristen schwab for marketplace. I don't know about you. But one thing i am thankful for today is a working internet connection because i am working from home still as millions of others have been for the last eight months or so and even if you have today off with public health experts telling us to hunker down with just the members of our households today may kinda feel like thanksgiving at work or workplace culture reporter. Megan mccarthy carino has been checking in with folks. Since that very first week they were sent home with their laptops back in march. She has this update aaron. Mcdermott has been covert remote longer than almost anyone. When i first spoke to her in mid march the marketing agency where she works in seattle had just closed. Its office where on day. Eight of working from home. I don't have anything to negative to say. We'll see a long. it lasts. She lived in a house with three other. Twenty something women. They set up makeshift desks in hallways and laundry rooms and competed for bandwidth on their overloaded. Wifi then over the summer she moved not out of the city like so many others but to a bigger house with better wifi and the same room mates. They're like my best friends. And i love them. But it's it's a lot of together time in worcester massachusetts. Josh and jessica wit have been dealing with more disruptive co worker. Go on the go ahead optical. Okay okay. I'll go back in a few minutes three year. Old luella is still interrupting. Work video calls but now she's spending half the day at daycare that allow jessica to return to work in person. Teaching biology at assumption university. Josh has more flexible schedule with his biotech firm. So he handles stuff at home. They've also added some new family members. We adopted a dog. Because josh convinced me that twelve chickens top chickens. Because josh convinced me that this would be the time in los angeles. Sonia kings four school aged kids have been at home for eight months thankfully. Were not sick of each other. I looking at my daughter. And she's laughing my please yes. We are early on hangs clothing. Business was disrupted by shutdowns end while she supervised math tests but now that our kids have gotten the hang of distance learning. She's been able to get back to work. Pivoting business to mask making they just feel like we're now were grouping. Her family will be holding thanksgiving like they do everything else. Now over video chat. I megan mccarthy carino for marketplace markets. Were closed for thanksgiving. But we'll have a check on the real economy when we do the numbers back in the spring. I met terrence dixon. He owns a restaurant. Here in baltimore called terra cafe. They serve comfort. Food like jerk. Chicken mac and cheese and fried plantains. There's a patio out back. He calls the jerk garden. When congress i created the paycheck protection program to help. Small businesses keep workers on the payroll during the pandemic. Dixon was initially denied. He did eventually receive a small loan through the program but now he's working with other black owned businesses like his to make sure they don't lose out on funding in the future. I wanted to check back and see how he's doing. Terence welcome to the program. Hey good afternoon. I know you've been working with an organization called world central kitchen to distribute meals to people in need. How does that partnership work. I'm going to tell you what. It was a godsend when they said that they needed us to help. Share meals in baltimore city with people. That might be hungry. I might need a meal. I was in and then they told me they're gonna pay me to. I was blown away know. Originally we are staffed before covert we were about twenty four people in culver kane. I had to furlough for people because of health reasons age but with the world central kitchen. I've been able to keep all my staff and loaf has gotten smaller the low for scotland small. It's a real skinny sandwich. But everybody's eating not forty hours. Now you're getting fifteen twenty hours sometimes twenty five but whoa kitchen is definitely help us fill in the blanks in at least keeps the doors open. So what's on the menu for thanksgiving this year. What's going to happen is this. We're going to do something on saturday. We opened up. The garden will have a little church chicken. We'll have a little sauteed veggies. We have a little rice. We'll have a little music and we'll invite the community to stop by and grab a meal. It's enough space. Say they want to sit down and and social distance and have their meal. They're more than welcome to because a lot of people couldn't visit anywhere. And that's what we're trying to do. You've mentored a lot of other black entrepreneurs over the years. Some of them right on your block there on saint paul street here in baltimore. How are they doing. what are you hearing from. Some of the folks you've worked with it's gotten to the point now that we've actually launched deter aloft consulting which is an incubator for micro black business where we're helping people with covert plans now and also prepare them because we know that guess what the city the state the federal government is going to have to help these small businesses. So what we want to do is we're gonna make them in the right situation that they have all of those things that might be needed for a grant or even like i've shared with a few businesses. Guess what we might have to try to get a little small low interest loan. There are few places in town that are being very kind and patient capital for small business but one of the big things that you find in my community where black businesses to trust. You know if you're in business and you're putting your money in a bank for the last five years and it's almost like the world is coming to an end and every time you turn on the news or the radio you hear that there's a grant but you never get it. You kind of stopped trust tonight. It's an emotional rollercoaster. You don't wanna ride along those lines. There has been a huge amount of interest black owned businesses. Recently since the police killing of george floyd and the national reckoning really about racism. Are you seeing real action. Come out of that. you know what. That's the challenge. I'm so happy you use that word. No we haven't seen any action. And that's one of the key things that i'm hoping i can bring some light audit and find some help for folks because we're going to have the change. We're gonna have to change the way that we kept score before it doesn't work. It doesn't work right now. So if people are actually going out and keeping their businesses open keeping the community encourage we gotta make sure that they get some funding. We gotta make sure that they stay open because if not six months nine months from now businesses are going to be closed or if some are open they might be so heavy in debt. They're gonna close. I mean now is action time. Can you say more about what you mean by. We've got to change the way we keep score while one of the things is this. Is that when all this happened. And i applied for the ppp. Right the paycheck protection program for small businesses. Exactly i did all the right things you know. Business bank account proper life insurance all of those things that they need but the only problem was. I didn't have a relationship with the bank and so at that point. Guess what i didn't qualify. They didn't care that. I employed twenty four people. They didn't care that the cafe was open for eleven years and was a real real real rock for the community itself here. So that's what i'm talking about. Changing their narratives. They have to look at the people that if you don't say this business guess what happens now the city now the state and now the federal government is responsible for twenty families. See i wanna do my job. I want to provide jobs for my community. But guess what i need. Help terrance dickson. Is the owner of tara cafe in baltimore and also terra loft consulting. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you so much. Judging from the traffic at airports plenty of folks are ignoring public health recommendations to avoid travel this holiday week more than a million people pass through. Tsa checkpoints yesterday a record high since early march but still less than half the traffic on the same weekday last year and as the overall slump in air travel drags on the air transport action group is warning close to five million aviation jobs. Worldwide could be at risk but if jumbo jets are sitting idle. The travel industry isn't the bbc's claire williamson reports on the rise of so called trips to nowhere. Adia must welcome on board you. Conine on to millions of frequent flyer stuck at home. Those words are a distant memory. International travel has pretty much ground to a halt this year because of the pandemic but some asian airlines have found a way to keep their jumbo running. Japan's ana was the first to offer scenic flights on its tokyo to hawaii route complete with staff wearing hawaiian shirts and serving cocktails and as communications chief. Here amaya said that the idea actually came from customers was incredibly popular. You know the The plane was a five hundred twenty. Seater we only sold like three hundred seats because we wanted to be cautious about it but actually need the people who wanted to fly. There was like one hundred fifty times more than the number of seeds that we sold one hundred fifty times is planning another four flights between now and the new year. Taiwan's eva air. Royal brunei and australia's qantas are also offering these sightseeing trips and the demand for tickets speaks volumes about our urge to escape but these flights that don't go anywhere are not cheap. Some tickets sold for between six hundred nearly three thousand dollars for business class. So all these flights. Just a gimmick or they actually make money for the world's embattled airlines on joanna baillie and i'm the editor of aviation news website called simple flying. There is an element of revenue acquisition. Of course you know airlines a desperate to find ways to make money we've seen numerous airlines converting taking the seats out to fly cargo in these trying times. This is one of the ways that they can make a bit of revenue But more than that satisfying a need amongst flyers is giving people the opportunity to get off the ground without actually risking all the nuances of traveling to a foreign country. There's no question. it's been a grueling. Few months many travelers have saved enough money during the lockdown. That they're ready to splash out but not everyone is on board with the idea dismayed to learn about the flights to no phenomenon because their environmental disaster ben iaquinta is a tourism geography at the university of hong kong now what makes tourism sustainable against economically and socially is that when you fly to a different destination you have all the services in a different destination and what i think will end up happening. Is that normalize flights even more than the already been normalized and just make flying even more part of our everyday lives when we really should be flying less. Unfortunately for activists. It's not just the airlines. That are organizing trips to know where that's the sound of a luxury cruise ship leaving harbor. A sound not heard since march this year but from this month hong kong's genting dream cruises will start taking passengers again but will it be a difficult sell given the mass infection rates that we saw on cruise ships at the very beginning of the pandemic the outbreak has now led the state department to a rare warning urging every american against cruise ship travel. And it comes as the grand prix to that was so badly hit by the epidemic. It's all about regaining. Trust but the travel companies would much rather us strips to somewhere in london. I'm the bbc's clo- williamson for marketplace. If you're looking for somewhere to go tomorrow figuratively that is head over to the marketplace morning report. Some economic context to get your day started. Coming up definitely runs the household here. Yes cats will do that but first let's do the numbers markets in the. Us are closed today to mark the thanksgiving holiday. So how about some numbers from the real economy. We talked about air travel earlier in the show. Compared to last year about ten percent fewer americans plan to travel for the holiday according to a survey from aaa only about half as many folks said they planned to fly. For this year's holiday the vast majority will still drive somewhere this thanksgiving meanwhile aaa says a gallon of regular gas will cost you just about two dollars and twelve cents on average. That's about four cents a gallon cheaper than a month ago and almost fifty cents cheaper than it was a year ago. It's an anxious thanksgiving for a lot of walt disney company employees. An additional thirty two thousand of them will face layoffs next year. You're listening to marketplace this marketplace. Podcast is supported by. We work as a business. You know today takes new ways of working. It takes new measures toward health and safety flexible terms for where when and how you work spaces designed with your purpose in mind it takes the innovation of a. We work office to take your business wants to be visit. We dot co slash future to learn more. This is marketplace. I'm amy scott. I don't have to tell you. This pandemic has been really hard for seniors and the people who love them. Older americans are more vulnerable to the corona virus and to the isolation so many are facing as a result and seniors on limited incomes face financial challenges as well especially in communities of color that have been hit hardest by the disease. Leslie mcclurg from kiki san francisco reports when sakari. Addison needs to clear her mind. She sits in the garden of a huge episcopal. Church called grace cathedral. She says the peaceful environment helps her except our new reality. We're in really change a big change. But i've been through changes before ladder of african american during this difficult time. She's actually managed to save money. Addison can cover her expenses when sure about a thousand dollars a month in one of the most expensive cities in the world with her social security. Check she no longer shops or eats out. She's frugal at the supermarket. And everything and every phrase this part of my elder nece shelves any simple room any family owned hotel in the heart of downtown. The manager has never raised her rent. Been twenty six years and they never made me move. Addison has congestive heart failure and high blood pressure both of which are risk factors for covid. But she says she's not living in fear where you get eighty five years though you know. You got a foot on a banana peel. So on a hot summer night august. She says she didn't panic when she started feeling sick. Just through most of the bid there steve for twelve hours within days she tested positive for covid. An landed in the hospital with pneumonia. Exhaustion consumed her. She says the hardest part was the rule against visitors. But the doctors and nurses was over. And and i think that guide me through a lot after two dire weeks. Her physician sent her home. She says she was relieved. When medicare covered all of her hospital bills diane evans also depends on medicare to cover her doctors bills. I am not drowning in expenses. The seventy four year old lives at a senior center in san francisco. It's subsidized housing in one of the roughest neighborhoods in the city. Her expenses also total about a thousand dollars a month. She lives on social security. She pays three hundred dollars a month for a small room. The nonprofit meals on wheels delivers food. Evans prides herself on living simply the biggest expense laundry. She spends most days alone yet. She says she's not suffering more than usual right. Now if adverse situations beat you down. That wouldn't be an african american in this country. Used by you do what you have to do to survive. She stays connected by listening to the news on the radio or streaming who live she flips between msnbc fox and cnn. She's learning to use an ipad. A saved things on the news app in the cloud. She smiles as she pulls out a purple cellphone. I learn how to fix. She's zooms regularly with her daughter in chicago. And she can't wait to get back to community organizing or ably we involved in everything everything she says she loved to join the protests calling for racial equity but until the pandemic ends she's lying low. I wanna be alive at the end of this. Her mother taught her mantra. She lives by and this to shelter is now. She's handing not wisdom down to her grandchildren in san francisco unless cleared for marketplace Megan reminded us earlier in the show. That for some people the whole work from home thing is getting old but remember how earlier this spring lots of people were talking about. How happy their pets were to have people home with them all the time that brings us to today's installment of our series my economy. My name is heidi moreno. And i'm in illinois on most sees. You can find me sitting on my desk here. And my little studio at home and los angeles is drawing cats. I have a cat named peanut. And she's kind of my news. I like to say she's kind of really. Inspired me in drawing cats with a little bit of attitude definitely runs the household. Here if i choose to paint and i laid down my art even if i just walk away for a second she and if i come back she's on my art even if it's wet and from there she'll step on something and then i ended up having a clean up before i get started on work when i wrap up my orders. I usually lay him down on the floor and they have all the shipping labels and everything and peanut usually walks over and just sits on them. She wants to outside. She usually just is making a lot of noise. And even now that my husband is here sometimes working. She's just meowing as loud as she can. And now all his co workers know her because he so loud. It's just kind of funny to have her around but also really nice because sometimes you have your days where you're like okay. I didn't i land that job with that company so you do get down and so having her around is also really. Nice like comforting. She makes sure that there's a little bit of of her touch on every order with her hair. So this is where she pitches in with shipping and handling heidi marino has a new illustrated book out all about working from home with her cat. slash worker. Peanut you can see some of the artwork from the book at marketplace dot org and this final note on the way out relevant for a day all about thankfulness. Practicing gratitude has been kind of trendy the past several years with all sorts of research showing the benefits to our mental and physical health. According to vox feeling thankful for what we have also makes us more generous and twenty. Seventeen neuro-scientists christina kearns at the university of oregon tracked people's brain activity as they watched a computer move real money either into their own accounts or to foodbank. Those who kearns had identified as more grateful had a stronger response in the reward regions of the brain when the money went to charity. Something to think about during this giving season. We've gotta go a mere beverly chevron brett john. Buckley eve epstein. John gordon cat green. Rick car and betsy streisand are the marketplace editing staff. I'm amy scott. Have a good thanksgiving. We'll be back tomorrow. This is apn.

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What Were Made Of: A Vaccine Pioneer and Her Olympian Daughter

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35:36 min | Last month

What Were Made Of: A Vaccine Pioneer and Her Olympian Daughter

"More steps are now being taken to keep athletes and officials safe at the olympics in tokyo japan. The international olympic committee the. Ioc says that fis our plans to donate vaccines to olympians and two olympic officials. They'll be vaccinated before they get into tokyo. You can feel it now. This lockdown opening backup with the corona virus vaccine as the key and now as the sports world turns to its biggest stage. The olympic games just one month away. We tell the story of the scientists responsible for the optimism. You may be feeling and her daughter and olympia. Who like her mom refused to give up. I'm pablo torre. It's thursday june twenty-fourth this is espn. Juliet is a wild time to be talking. You right now. You're in the middle of covering euro twenty twenty and event that had been delayed due to covid the olympics are also right on the horizon also thrown into flex by the coronavirus pandemic. But you have this documentary feature that. You've been preparing for east sixty. That feels like it sits at the center of this entire messy ven diagram. It is about sports it is about science it is about the pandemic and the olympics and one particular family. First of all pablo is a gift of a story. It's a reporter's dream julie. Foudy is an olympic and world cup champion with the us women's national team and now she's a soccer commentator and reporter for espn. You have a mom who is a scientist who has toiled for decades on something that she believes deeply in. And this technology that led to the pfizer and madonna vaccine. That's the scientific community. Took so long to understand. You have a daughter who's an athlete who doesn't realize her full potential until later in life and their combined journey and a willingness to grind it out in the best of ways and just figure it out along the way has literally changed the world and saved millions of lives perseverance. That's pretty much my my life. My family's life in a nutshell and you spend time talking to these two women about their stories that are so entwined julie there. Susan francia the of the family in this world class rower defined odds and trying to keep forging ahead even when all sorts of challenges or being thrown your way. So you know what that's like in sports. My mama's lived at in science lot of ups and downs than you really appreciate those those ups and her mother dr kate. Correo a biochemist to has been toiling in labs for decades and a discovery of hers led directly to the corona virus vaccine. It was always what we started. We wanted to finish with. I see everything is potential to do the work and what it could mean for others So i know. The story will culminate in the pfizer vaccine. The moderna no vaccine as well. These are things that we can draw a straight line from dr correo but the beginning of the story. Where would you start that. The story actually starts in communist hungary where she was born in and it starts in in nine in the eighties really because she gets her. Phd dr creko gets her phd eighty to her daughter. Susan was born that same year. I used without her story. That i shook her hands in that introduced myself and said hello. Suzanne i am your mother. I never talked to her. Like a child you know that always like another person and and she learned some complicated words early on because i was talking about bras miniature inactivate. She gets fired from her research job shortly after that and the funding is pulled for her to do her work and she's out of options so she comes to america so to get to america. I know this is cold. Wartimes julie. I imagine it's not just a matter of buying a ticket and easily starting a new life in a whole different place. no it wasn't like that. So in communist hungary at the time they really wanted to deter people from leaving the country and so they were only allowed to travel. If you were going gonna leave the country with fifty dollars on them so and this is the first part of the amazing story. Is they decide that they're going to sell their car on the black market and they get about twelve hundred dollars for this and so they so it into susan their daughter who's two and a half at the time her teddy bear literally they talk about performing this operation on the back of teddy bear because they said look. No one's going to look at susan and susan is now the smuggler exactly with the cute little teddy bear. So my parents laugh that i was like. Oh she's the smuggler. she's the criminal. It's definitely brings up some emotions for me because it really just shows where we came from and the risk. My parents were willing to take to make for a better life. So you have a family. You have a phd in biochemistry. You have her husband bella. You have their daughters susan and when they get there of course there isn't a ton of career prospects in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. There's not a lot of money for them. Was something that was crushing today. Notice how hard all of this was. Dr krikah's background and hungary is and she says it very matter of fact wonderful upbringing hungry but we didn't have running water. We didn't have electricity. My dad was a butcher and it was a very happy and very simple upbringing. And so when she gets to america and they're struggling to to make it work with a young daughter and susan. It was like this is what we do and then my husband he had to do. Odd jobs could grass and clean windows. What whatever job was available. And i went to the university to work. What a dan do so he started working up the apartment complex that we moved to and he's still works at that same apartment complex thirty years. So dr kerry go eventually winds up at the university of pennsylvania. Julie and that's where she really starts to focus on her theories about messenger n. a. m. How'd you describe how that went early on will just a little background and i'm not a scientist. So you're going to get the laymen's version of this on mr rene. Essentially what she felt is it could be used to tell cells to do anything. So for example for the covid vaccine if you inject marinade into your body your cell start producing this spike protein. That the real virus uses to infect you and your body detects this new protein in it recognizes it as a foreign threaten. It starts producing antibodies to fight it the problem though being that when they were first testing this synthetic mr in a it produced a dangerous inflammatory response in animals. And that was really the hiccup so her path at penn. I know wasn't smooth. Julie how'd you describe the setbacks that she was facing so much of a labs existence at universities of course depends on grant. Money and dr kriegel was having a really hard time. Getting grants accepted awards and so she just kept getting rejection. After rejection and university of pennsylvania actually demoted her to instructor and in the world of academia. That is a huge demotion. she says it. Has you know they were times where i was is. I wasn't even making as much as the lab technician next to me and that would be enough struggle on its own relief but i know that wasn't the only thing that this household was facing at the no i. Dr creek has a cancer scare. And while she's dealing with this her husband bella discovers that he needs to go back to hungary to deal with a visa greencard issue and he's actually forced to stay and hungary during all of this and so dr kriko and susan drive down to the white house to protest. That dad and the husband is still stuck in hungary. Oh i had Two more but it was not malignant. Turn out but actually day of the operation. My husband get notification that he has to go to hungry to pick pick up the green card and so he were not eligible to return so he was stuck in hungary. And i was here with suzanne. She was playing tenor saxophone. And then we went to protest against my husband comeback and we went to the white house in front of the white house. We had to ask permission and everything and then she played in front of the white house or career seems to be on the verge of breaking to. What does she do in the lab. How does she approach her. Life's work as it is now at risk in a real way. This is the amazing part of dr kriko. That when you hear these stories that gives you the goosebumps. Because what she does is she just carries on. I don't know if she would be in the same position. She is in right now of having a a a platform if she hadn't been demoted because then it's like all right. Hey then no one cares about my title. I'm just gonna do what i wanna do. Spending you know twelve fifteen twenty hours a day in the lab. Because she's convinced she's correct so it feels important to point out that this is the mid ninety s it is not the easiest time to be a woman. Scientists is not easy time to be an immigrant. And how difficult was this. All for the family to navigate in again amazingly talk about how hard it was but in such a matter of fact way that this is this is part of the journey this part of the process. This is you know. America in the nineties. And i'm a woman i'm i'm an immigrant and you know i'm not even getting recognized on some of the research that they're putting four. They actually applied for a patent for what they had discovered with. Synthetic ima- rene and dr kriko wasn't listed on the top of that. She actually had to bring it up and say hey. I should get top billing on this. It was pretty tough. My mom would have these great discoveries and she'd be so excited and then there'd be a little bit of bureaucracy or someone who would put her down and when i went to a conference sexually and gave a lecture about the modified on any of the lecture and other fema scientists. Ask me that. Who is your supervisor. And i said do i need one so in the background while all of this is happening is young susan. The teddy bear carrying daughter of dr career go who is now growing up and growing up very literally mean she becomes six to in high school and she's trying to figure out what she's going to do with her life. How was sports for susan as you started out when you look at susan at six to in high school and you see her. She's strong. I'm thinking she has crushing it in high school. And so you can smell a former jockey. Julia like clearly you clearly. Oh my god look at this body. That is this gift and she. She goes Not so much. I want a lot of most improved and most spirited trophies. That was the big joke in the family as you got a lot of most spirited trophy susan well-done dr career like a sports parent like on the sidelines. Dr according to susan was very intense and to the point where now bell is back of course from hungry. He's gotten all. This visa is resolved and the when they would show up games. Dr creko would start screaming in hungarian as well. She would just yelling so loud in hungary and it was really great. Our coach who had no idea what was going on like. I don't know what she's saying. And then after a while. I actually bent her from coming to my game. I said no dad can come to the games and they laugh about it. Of course now. Coming up susan breaks through as an athlete and korea gets her breakthrough in the lab. Goodyear knows when the season starts heating up so the possibilities play off. Hopefuls are beginning to emerge and contenders are solidifying their position from here on out every game as a chance to create momentum to make the right the right move to hit the perfect shot it takes momentum to build up to the moment but it takes everything to capture it. Goodyear more driven. So now we're in year. Two thousand julia and dr rico is still toiling away in her lab and susan is now at the university of pennsylvania herself as a student not an athlete but just like a normal normal student. Well as fate would have it. There is a flyer going around. Campus recruiting rowers. And she's thinking well. I'm tall and why not give it a try so susan actually begins rowing her sophomore year at upn and by the time. She's a senior. She's an all-american pablo so she is finally discovering her athletic potential and by two thousand five when she's twenty three she gets invited to row with the us national team closing. In fact. as. I say that the americans just push the gain and they are gonna take this by the best part of three quarters of elect the usa. Come home to take. The women's aches. The gold medal goes to america. Once i graduated from penn. My parents were like all right. You got that great job. And i was like yeah. I got the job offer but actually try out for the. Us olympic team. They're like most spirited. Are you sure you try out the olympics. So the they let me go. And then after i made the team and then kept making the team then they were like all right great all in. Let's do this. And they were supportive through that whole olympic journey so her daughter is now one of the best rowers in the united states. Use a member of the national tv. Ed meanwhile in two thousand and five now dr creek. Oh finally has a breakthrough in the lab with her research partner. Dr drew wiseman. What is the breakthrough in question. So as you can recall pablo the real issue with synthetic emma was the body was rejecting it finally in two thousand and five. Dr weisman dr creek. Oh discovered that if you added a molecule to that synthetic gamarra called pseudo urine. It actually eliminated that dangerous inflammatory response in the body and she called that moment magic when they made that discovery than realize what an impact. This really could have on healing also. How is probably going to totally upset. The pharmaceutical industry. Dr curry and dr wisemen. Of course this is the moment. here it is. We're handing you this. And to their continued surprise pablo. It was not embraced. There is a song julie that you stumbled upon that. Dr kericho would sing to susan when she was growing up. And i mentioned it because it seems like this song. Old hungarian song is kinda the essence of this particular mother daughter relationship. How to describe what that songs about. Yes exactly the song is about going down into a mine to find gold and essentially the song they tell me because my hungarian is not good. Pablo that they tell me is that it's all about which is their story. You have to go find the goal. You have to get dirty. You gotta get into the mind you gotta you gotta roll up your sleeves because the glory is in actually putting in that work so my mom especially when it was olympic selection. Or you know. I was ten down there like tough times. You know she would mention the song and the song is all about. How gold is this shine so much brighter. When you're the one who goes you mind for it goods who lives and that was. I told her because she was so close to the finish line at the to make olympic sending. She said you know. I don't have more. And then i was telling her song julie i have to imagine you know. We don't have many guests who are gold medalists world cup winners but you are and i imagine that parable about the grind is something that you can relate to. Oh absolutely and especially for olympians. It's you know everyone says oh. It's once every four years in our refrained is no it's every day. Actually that's this song for them. Is this reminder. Whether it's dr correo and her rejections in the lab or it's susan and her determination to make this olympic team is that you've got to put in the work all of this brings us the two thousand eight games in beijing in china and what happens there so the united states for all the success. They've had romania actually had been the country that had been dominating the women's eight crew race at the games. They'd actually won the the last three olympic gold medals and so the united states come in as an underdog and susan walks me through that race and she says a very interesting thing. You know. you can't see the finish line when you're rowing. It's always that you're you're back to the finish line. I can't see it. But i can sense that. Were there that were about to win this. And then of course the us ten goes on to win that two thousand eight olympic gold medal in beijing. Yup it's the final race and dead quiet and we know that we have two thousand meters before we could be crowned as olympic champions. I just really excited to be there with my teammates and this dream and make it happen. But i have to tell you that because there were four years before that You know every day when she was calling in the morning beano. Sometimes i dreaded that is not going well or today's going well okay sh and other so it was kind of you know a big relief and of course is the happiness that might alter is an olympic champion so i was very proud of her. The idea that this is a sport where you are literally going backwards. But you're also at the same time racing towards finish line. I know and you when you hear that analogy when she said that it was this moment of. Oh my gosh. And that's your mom and that's you know know you can't see that end result but you're gonna put in the work a gold medal. Julie feels like a pretty good capper to any story like this feels like the end of the movie. The climactic a good place to stop but what happens know like all movies. Pablo there's a setback. Susan gets injured in two thousand eleven. She said it was very specific. I knew it happened. She herniated her desk between her l. Four and l five vertebrae in her lower back in for most. It would be a career ending injury for a rower particularly so a year out from the olympics. It wasn't even that like oh. Rowing hurts a little bit. It's that i couldn't even lift a plate of food off of the dinner table. It was just my every day. The people in her life react to her being as hobbled as she is in. What clearly is a pretty depressing state. We'll susan of course in the way she's wired with her. Dna and her family is wanting to carry on and fight through it and her parents expressed concern that. Hey maybe this isn't smart. And susan was like hell no. I'm not done who quit. Yeah that's that's not A word we really haven't vocabulary and the francia households and so she goes through ten months of grueling rehab and trying to fight back to get on that two thousand twelve olympic team and does just that once. I was at that starting line. I just felt this excitement of. Ira what are we. What are we going to be doing today. What are we going to lay down and get this gold. I've done everything that i could in my power. So let's let's do this. Let's go get it. The power that. I felt from all eight of us was just unreal. So we were waiting to return from the venue and my sister was there also and so very proud you know she made it twice okay. So with her daughter fighting back from injury to win that second gold medal. I want to return to dr. Kaku goes race to victory in the left. it is always streaming season on. Espn plus you can stream thousands of live events from the ufc and mlb and nhl in college sports and more plus access the full thirty for thirty library. Premium articles and exclusive originals. Sign up now at espn plus dot com slash daily. So while all of that is happening. Her mom is still in the lab. Julie so where is she in her work. At this point she makes a huge career move. Dr creek decides to leave the university of pennsylvania for a new up company in germany called biontech. And this actually is the first time remarkably given how long she's been working on this research. Were she's paid as a full-time professional. Permanent position was fifty eight years old. When i left. I never had a permanent job. My job is always when the money is running out the university's not providing zero not a penny only a grant is supporting the salary. And the grant you have to gain for yourself or or somebody else will get the grant and then you have to work for that person. Of course the pandemic hits in twenty twenty and every technology is being considered then win the chinese scientists. Release that genetic code for covid nineteen in january of twenty twenty. Dr creko says that her and her team at biontech were able to design a vaccine within hours within hours. And mind you in the past when they're trying to come up with vaccines. This is a process that takes years and she matter-of-factly says yes. We were able to design the vaccine within hours. I just wanna. I just want to sit in this for a second because this is a woman who has been in the minds in the minds for decades and then finally she turns this thing around faster than anybody on our planet had ever a badge. Think about that i. It's insane and then. Of course biontech company they partner with pfizer to go into clinical trials and mass production and the rest from their julie. I mean that's history and and because what happens on november eighth two thousand and twenty. The birthday of her daughter. Susan and announcement comes down. There is some good news from pfizer tonight. Final results showing their vaccine ninety five percent effective and they now expect to ask for emergency use authorization by friday. When you talk to any scientist or doctor expert in this field they will say that is a crazy high insane rate for a vaccine to get ninety five percent back effective. She gets the a plus the ninety five percent on a vaccine that saves the world. And how does she celebrate this to you. Think i i think i would have popped above or a large peril of wine. But i would've maybe hired sky. Writers maybe would have gotten a magnum of champagne and doused it on every scientist. Who ever doubted me. I would try to do all of that if that was me. Yeah yeah no. I'm when i when we asked. What did you do to celebrate this. She's like. I ate a box of google and i just told my husband and i were eight. The hawks which is not much because it is movie theatre box. Any human being i would imagine might feel conflict because on the one hand. She gets to shout if she was so inclined. I told you so to the entire scientific community and more but on the other hand also like this is a really really hard time and this involved so much of her life that i imagine there was some complicated feelings about all of us. Her response is i am just so happy that we were able to create something that saving millions of lives and she went to see some of those first vaccine injections herself. Juliet site were healthcare workers. Were getting their shots. And you reported that it brought tears to her. Yes so for me. Is the time i cry was so when we walk in and then in the adjacent through there was one is like official injection place and workers getting their first job was december eighteen. And then you chairman of the neurosurgeon was saying here are const those who invented vaccine and they were just clapping there and she actually says the frontline workers are the heroes because they're the ones that put themselves at risk and who are dealing with the pandemic those are the real heroes. They went to work every day to treat patient and they knew that if they get data died. When does the victory lap. Come for dr creek. Oh what's up to now no victory lap at all. She essentially said oh. I'm back in my lab working on new things now. Because this is just the start of what we're going to realize with synthetic mr rene and these immigrant vaccine's in wound care and strokes and for example. They're working On the zeke of virus but she said the real potential that she's so excited about is in the field of cancer and so she's already back in the lab. Susan even confirmed it. You know grinding away on what this next new discovery will be in this field so as duck creek does ambitions are clearly not stopping anytime soon. Her legacies going to shape sports in a different way. Because at the olympic games julie the visor biontech vaccine is going to be available to every athlete and official in tokyo again. A full circle moment. And how these journeys and paths have continued to be woven together. Given obviously their history is a family with the olympic games it just seems to be perfectly fitting that of course dr krikah's vaccine would be the ones that they use for those officials and athletes in tokyo. So julie as you look back on this story which is never going to get out of my head as i make my way into the sunlight of hopefully post pandemic america. What's going to stick with you one that. How did we not know. The story of dr kate. Corrego better and to the story of immigrants who come with teddy bear and twelve hundred dollars sewn into the teddy bear that susan smuggles in at two and a half year old then becomes an olympic gold medalist two times over and all that they've done as a family to make that happen and the work and the sacrifice and the commitment to say it's not about the gold. It's not about the rewards that come from that hard work is just that good things happen in life. When you put in the work we lived. The american dream no came here with very little and we were given small opportunities. Yeah and with some setbacks but every single time we were given that opportunity. We you know capitalized on that and move forward and try to be the best that we could be people hearing this story. Our family's story is really that you know you can do so much with very little you know and and for kids that have a dream. You can fulfill that dream. You just have to put in the work. Julie foudy our very own a libyan begs for mining gold with us on. Espn thanks pamela Pablo toray and this has been. Espn i'll talk to you tomorrow

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ENZ 169  How To Setup Your Virtual Wholesaling Business Step By Step

Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

27:32 min | 7 months ago

ENZ 169 How To Setup Your Virtual Wholesaling Business Step By Step

"Welcome to episode one hundred and sixty nine. You're listening to escaping the rei newbies own podcast where you'll learn the underground closely guarded secrets that will revolutionize your real estate business. This podcast is all about helping you. Exit the real estate newbies zone and etter financial freedom building up your real estate thrown. This is escaping the rei news own podcast and now your host real estate investor entrepreneur world traveler and nationwide mentor. Chris bruce i everybody. Welcome to another episode of escaping. Rei newbies zone. I'm your host. Chris bruce on say welcome to the show today Have some very special content. Little be sharing with you on. Today's episode is going to be about virtual hosts and they're gonna walk step by step on this podcast of how you're going to set everything up okay for those of you looking to invest in different of markets across from your local market. Or if you're looking to set up your business where you'll be able to work from anywhere we're gonna talk about that in this particular episode before we get into that when it make sure if you haven't already police Subscribe rate and subscribe this podcast. You can do that by going to Anywhere the app that you have on your phone or device ipad whatever On a podcast app. You can do it if you subscribe to items account you can do it from there or he comes to escape the newbies zone dot com website. And you can subscribe that way to make sure that also to leave us a review leaving attribute doing howard knowing. Excuse me on this podcast and this helps push us out into the ranking so that way more people would know about this. Leaves is review. all right. You can rate it a certain rate you can leave us a comment please. And we really do appreciate it right so onto the episode. Wanna talk about basically setting up a virtual wholesale business. Now everybody understands what hole sudden is. It's pretty much contracting. And having the legal right with the contract to buy property and then selling the rights of that contract to another investor or buyer for a fee. Okay so you're not actually really buying the property okay. So you don't need any hard money. You don't need any private money you don't have to put it on any down payments You're not actually closing on the deal. All right you're actually going to be a signing the contract to another buyer so you got probably for thousand one hundred thousand you end up finding a buyer for sixty thousand you assign that contract to the buyer for the ten grand of sixty thousand dollars. You'll make that ten thousand dollars. Spread now some chris. What about double closing okay. Well sometimes yes. You will actually close. But it'll be you use the buyer's funds to actually a to b transaction sulphurous. As if i'm making over twenty grand on a deal. And i don't want my buyer to know how much i making then i will use the beat ac- funds to close an adp funds transaction. Excuse me and Basically what will happen is owned the property for literally a few minutes before the buyer takes possession of it and buys it for me and that way is to separate transactions. They're two separate closing cost but he won't know exactly what i pay for from the seller. Okay so you can do that as well to all right but for the most part most of the times you're just going to be signing contracts so when i Going into your market whether your local marco your virtual marketing number one thing you need to do is you need to understand where all the transactions taking place. Okay so you can do this by if you have access to cash buyer data whether it's a website there's a lot of different websites stuff out there like buying cash buyers now. There's all different types of software. Free himself has cash by his data. You can pull a list of lists source of apps. Owners that path ninety days which most of them are going to be a year invest buyers. You can actually look at Data from mls. Get away with her to send you this type of data right of the league. Recent so homes ninety days cash. Okay now the reason why you're doing this is because you wanna be able to pinpoint zip codes inserted to not necessarily subdivisions subdivisions in pinpoint zip codes. All right the pinpoint areas of where you need to be focusing on okay so if your city is a very high populated city then you definitely want to break it down by now. You might be in a smaller area and pretty much. It's mostly residential area. it is urban or suburban. Whatever as long as it's not the agricultural area roy area than you will be to Work those areas. The main thing knows where the cash transactions take place because since you're going to be contracting the property you're gonna be selling to a cash buyer you need to know where those people are investing their money where their buying cash one of the main things i see happen with a lot of nubia investors is that they end up getting a property under contract in area where no one wants to buy. No one wants to invest in those areas and they have a hard time trying to sell the property. Will if you have a property in an area where the mobile homes and you're trying to sell it to people that fix up and flip houses. No one's going to be interested. Okay so you really need to be able to pinpoint those those areas so after you do that after you have the market research down okay and you can actually also use heat maps through truly if you type in your city and states and input heat map at the end of in google. Search that also pull up a heat map of the hottest areas in your particular city. You can also do that too once you have. Those colds pinpointed now okay. Those areas pinpoint down. You know okay. This is the area's rocket be focusing on the next thing will be is to Figure out what is going to be your action plan for marketing. Now some of you might want to go out and get boots on the ground right than in there. Typically what. I've done with a myself and have taught my students is if you have a joint venture partner or somebody that you know that particular market you can use delphi or even in your local market you can use. That's also find as well But we actually worry about finding a boots on the ground once we get properties. Okay unless you're really going to really trait that market quick then you might wanna get one quick and fast and upfront and i'll show you. I'll talk about that in just a second. How to find that boots on the ground but what you wanted to do was mainly focus on. Okay where and how are we going to deploy this marketing. So number one. What i like to do is i like to tell him to go out. And find property scouts or you can call them house hunters you can put out. This ad on. Craigslist is basically an ad that is asking someone that wants who wants to make extra two to five thousand dollars a month and then finding the description is though finding vacant properties and by submitting the information to you they will get paid once you close the deal a thousand dollars. Okay if they could find the owner or say files action. Just say five hundred bucks if they find of mason a concept mission to you then you pay them a thousand dollars okay. And so they're going to be submitted knees properties to you. You wanna make sure you clear that you want properties that are not listed on mls properties. There are zillow. They can't be for sale by owner You know maybe my one. That might want to negotiate. It might be motivated so you can do that but you just don't want stuff the sorry internet okay because easily to find that information yourself. Want them nationally. Really be driving around finding vacant properties in areas harass you can actually put that up and the The job section of of of craigslist. And you're gonna get tons of you even a real estate services. A great was a lot of people that'd be interested and getting to and from Information to learn more. You also get put it into gigs labor section as well too when you get a lot of people that are interested in wanting to to help you out okay So what i've done is. I actually take a video disfigure next step. I'll shoot video at a vacant property. Even if this right in front of one to kind of explain what i'm looking for let him know i'm looking for properties like this. That one of the board of bore a grass is too high or avocado violence or sticker on their doors. Kind of just pick a mobile so that way they actually know you know in detail what i'm looking forward appropriate and looking for okay. So you can do that all right so after. I have a house others. There's gonna starve going to feed me deals of leads so the next thing is actually getting point the marketing so we have that part of the marketing done the next day is i'm looking at my budget and i'm saying okay based on my budget would can i spin on either doing cold calling which is definitely something you should be implementing regardless of your budget and direct mill. Okay so for me. I love sending direct mail Because i can literally use. Click to mail is about one hundred twelve dollars or so for two hundred fifty postcards laura turing twenty dollars for five hundred postcards we give so. I can spin your four hundred thousand postcards out in the mail and have calls coming into our inbox. Three days. Four days later okay. So that's something that you can definitely do all right and you wanna make sure that your Picking the right list. So what i would suggest is in going in a vacant me going to a market where you're going to do in virtual your best bet is gonna be targeting. A pro bates vacant houses making house app. See owners okay apps. The owners free clear. Our and your tax default leaks not going to be your target lead. Now there's a lot of lives brokers out there we actually sell vacant houses will too big house leads But i'm not going to get too much into that. Are you your research to kind of figure out this to us. Would you want to go at a purchase list. Or i get some direct mail out now if you are in a very super competitive market. I'm talking about market. Like a dallas. A vegas tampa florida. Okay miami fort which is even worse a temple. Then you probably wanna if you don't have a good budget of thousand two thousand lease or more a month. You probably want to go ahead and just focus on co coca-cola now you can do is you can actually start to call call yourself. You can use Skim treasure service like skip genie T low micro bill You can use data finder to actually get the phone numbers of these leads. And then you start there directly coal call them now take. The next step is hire somebody on upward. We actually go up work. Find someone okay By putting out a cold. Call that you looking for someone that can do outbound. 'cause you're to put an air that they're gonna work part-time okay so thirty hours or less which you probably haven't worked ten hours a week for you at about five six thousand our okay. And they're going to be responsible for taking those phone numbers and cold calling. Okay you give them a script writer discreet. We have scripts available That you can use in our some are training courses go out. Give them a script of what to say and have them directly out bowel call. These sellers basically is a conversation as hey you know. Real estate investors we buy properties in the area. We just have to see. You're probably came up on our list. We were just trying to see you are in the market sale or in the near future of thinking to sail. That's it simple. All right and you can do that and find out what us either. Yes or no okay. You gotta remember that you're are at inundate. Other person on the phone is would be just like you. Okay so they're gonna give you. Yes or no i was. There's no you move on and whereabout all right so you had a cold call in your going to be doing all right. Getting outsourced to birch assist in had them do for you. Someone in the philippines for like i said five dollars an hour. Look at do the math. If you have to work ten hours a week of at five thousand hours fitting bucks a week. Okay so it is cheaper than direct mail. All right so it's definitely something that you should definitely do when you can scale it up from doing more than ten hours a week to doing you. Know fifteen twenty hours a week or hire another system to help out and have two of them coco when it comes to cold caller. I will tell you the best time to call is in the morning. Eight to ten and five to seven evenings during the weekday. Saturday you got cleanest holiday. You can go for sunday's. I particularly myself when our company we stick we stay away from it but if you wanna go out and do it you can okay. I just look at sunday's more like a family day so we don't really try to you. Know bother any homeowners. Sunday okay So app you have your your in one more strategy talk about before i get to the next step so you also can utilize advertising online all right so for instance with using google. Ppc k now if you don't know anything about advertising line i would highly suggest you try to learn because it's a huge learning car. You better off paying agency or someone who has experienced in this in doing it for you. Okay you also get into facebook ads. I i know people that are getting leaves for as low as twenty five dollars a li all right again. If you don't really know facebook. Advertising mean need to pay someone to learn. Learn occur of so. If you're not really good with with it then you probably better off getting someone agency or whatever hiring someone to do it for you because again. It's a learning curve are but as another way you can start to lease and get everything. Done ally all these Different strategies for coal call from direct mail and of facebook of bbc. All these can be done from your computer laptop so this is all about creating your virtually investing business. All right now the next step is once you start to get these at once. You are starting to get you know some some properties where plenty of people to go out and see what you can do all right first off you can hire someone alright to be your boots on the ground. So they're going to be responsible for being your eyes and feed on the brown. They're going to go out. And take a look at the properties take photos of it. Take maybe video for you and then get the information of those puddles back to you now. You can pay this person anywhere from twenty to thirty dollars for this. You can put an ad on craigslist labor gig section for a photo guy or girl and you hire somebody from their. We've used it for the past six years and we have not gone wrong at all. Okay fire somebody on there every single time. Okay one of my students. would you be here from In another week or two. She actually just walked the say president. Give me right now. The same process she did and she just closer. I deal in north florida. Never saw property never met the silver by. She found her photo person on craigslist. So put out in the real estate gig section or put into gigs for lee and labor. Second action. while we're highly recommend you do. It is put an ad in the gigs. labor section. Pay doesn't cost any money. I don't believe i think it does. It might be like fifteen twenty dollars. Max on but that's about it you can find someone there. Good thing by times someone as interested in doing this is usually being one of the contractors or someone has done some stuff With houses so that helps out you long because they can even give you a little bit more on information after viewing the property. Now you can also use the same person to go out and put a lot box on the property so once again the contract once. Everything's signed also do that as well to adler of balat box buyers go in and out right so you to go out now. If you're going that route more likely to negotiations going to happen over the phone. You're not gonna get your versus the negotiate. You're not gonna get that photo eyebrows negotiate. You're gonna get the photos and take a look at everything. Get the report of the repairs it. That person saw that they have Whatever the report that they give you back on with things that they think and ease repairs based off the pictures and stuff like that and then you can utilize that information to negotiate on line. Okay so after you do that. And we're meeting going online negotiate. Not fall basically okay. So that's one way now. If you want to get a next step once you start to get there you might became. Get there at this point now. You want actually higher acquisition manager. Okay that person is going to be specifically mitt to go out look at properties gonna mean scheduling appointments going appointments meeting with the cells negotiating over fall nba more so like lots going to be negotiating in person at appointment in pay so with our business. Mike is lavish manager. He's one that goes on to look at our properties. And i still do real estate in my local market but he goes take look at the property at the photos for me in allston negotiation. I don't ever see the property so again. This strategy works either in a virtual market or local market. Now you might be asking the case. So how do they get paid. So you're exhibition. Person does get paid by hourly. They get paid on commission based on the deal now average. Would most people pay their. Abolition person is anywhere from fifteen to twenty percent. So you think about that. They get a deal. You make ten grand. I mean that's pretty two thousand dollars fifty dollars that they're making off the deal sometimes as pretty cool now if you make a twenty percent of ten grand two thousand dollars okay So they'll take that all day and probably had to do was go. Look at a property inducing negotiation and that's it all right so that's what you do all right so we have the either getting a photo person on actress and guy whatever they're going to be europe your person that's going to Get the photos and pictures for you and actors. God they'll be negotiating or if you negotiate over the phone that works to now the next stage once you get the property and the contract. Okay now you can have average and guy with a docu sign you know. They have ipads up that they can do it right there a lot of times what we do is we go out and we send them a contract via email effects have them send it back to email effects right. There have missed them older. Some of them work with the past. Were just straight melt them contract okay and you can build them a contract line if you want to Or dropping into the mailbox. Whatever okay so after you do the africa property contract you get the paperwork back and assigned with the seller. The next phase is obviously selling to do now with dispositions. You can do one of the two things you could sell the deal yourself. Okay so hopefully you have a lot box on the property when you set up that appropriate times when you can run buyers through there we typically tell our sellers is we still have to have our funding partner or contract to go by taking a look at the house. That is how we're going to have our buyers go through there all right and what we do is a screener buyers. So a lot of people in there as we tell them to go by the house drive-by i take a look at it. Look the outside neighborhood. If they're still interested athanase saw the neighborhood and our photos and they agree on a price. Then we will send appointment. That's how we do it if we don't have immediate access to the property with like for instance box and that's how we sell the lack of that we get this buyer to go ahead and drop a a wire to our title company of the two thousand dollars now refundable deposit off a check. They'll get the contracts will to And then we have our title company had on the rest of the paperwork and the title work to close the deals. That's how we do it in a nutshell of rush will hold selling now one thing you want to also have is a crm. Okay you don't want to be doing the show rouse of pen and paper okay. Because you can lose that paper. You might be out on the goal again. You can't find that paper that has leader information or slower. 'cause you and catches you off guard. You don't have information in front of you. Then you look like a fool so we recommend you having a serum because this is a part of running your business bertrand you can log in. Everything is saved in the cloud. Meaning that everything is saved in a database of that software. Where you can log in from eds happened you lose your phone with information is saved into like polio or freedom. Saw you can log ins everybody's phone or computer with your information and that data is still there all right. So i definitely want to have a crm As you said depending on your budget you might want to go polio. All right it's a cheaper. Route is pretty much free okay. Let's you bring the automation stuff with if you are a person has employees stuff like that and you have a decent budget. You might wanna give freedom off okay. That's what we've been using for the past eight years But i have a free account. I want it so you know. I'm a little biased about freedoms. But i love polio. We use polio. To communicate with our team as well to all right Another app. Before i get off that you can use also is Two two of them. One of them is a boxer. Okay very good. Why kentucky app so if you have a team of people you could communicate with people that way. Okay that's something that you can start to use as will and the other thing you can do. If you are a person that let's say for instance in which a house hunters okay And you have them going out. And they are Looking at vacant properties of find a vacant properties for you did what you can do and this is a really really really cool app that we actually just started using. Probably about wanna say When we start using it exactly. I'm trying to remember. I wanna say we probably started using it. maybe think. I want to say maybe three or four months ago is caused us and what allows you to do is largely the text a certain number that they give you and then with the property address and then they'll text back to With the owners of mason and then from there you can. Click approve or text approve. I should say and then bam the automation the postcard out now they just updated with. It actually was impulse cars out with the actual property pitcher of photo of the street view on google. They'll put on postcard so you can start at us. A sense used as well to for another Nice marketing strategy to get postcards out sent light by just texan and thinking they charge a dollar propose car and he also apps automatic. Follow up setup and you can cancel the follow up process you want to but is a very good tool to use so guys that is. That's how you set up your virtual ho selling business in a nutshell okay. Now i'll bash go more in depth and more step by step into this On my free of virtual wholesale class. So if you wanna learn more in depth of how you can step by step Sub your virgil wholesaling business with the contracts that we have the co cost groups that we have the in depth of how we actually go out of what combination looks like. We're getting them to send us the list of recent cash transaction in the beginning but also how we use them to provide goodwill to them and in exchange. Get them to run out for us as well. We go in depth in all of that on this virtual hosting class and even much more so would you can do as golsen virtual wholesale class dot com. Sign up all right so free trade one hour training and can't wait to see little bit more in depth of how we actually set this also hear more importantly case studies of myself doing deals virtually as well as other students that have done deal with virtual lease as well too because guys what this is all about what we've got real estate investing is not just about making money. It's about creating a business around your lifestyle too. Many people i see start these businesses and what they really have is own bay job because they ended up working more hours in the business than they did their own job. They started making money but they get a lot of stress and you know they start to lose time away from their family loved ones and friends and that's not what this business about businesses about creating freedom and it's about being able to not have to be a slave to your business so if that's what you wanna do that's fine with you but if you want to build your business orion lifestyle where you only working a couple of hours a week that you wanna attendance class again. That website link going to be virtual wholesale class dot com. Go ahead register right now. And i can't wait for you to be on all right guys. Hope you enjoy this impact with Podcast and look for more to serve you in two thousand eighteen and more years to come you guys. You know quote. Don't live to dream. Live your dream. See on the next episode. Thanks for listening to escaping the rei newbies own podcast at www dot escaped the newbies zone dot com

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The 3 Types of Entrepreneurs

The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

27:01 min | 7 months ago

The 3 Types of Entrepreneurs

"More than a decade of being an entrepreneur working with entrepreneurs and now coaching entrepreneurs i found. There are three types of entrepreneurs in today's episode. We'll explore all three types scholar. Which one you are and how to get to be a type three entrepreneur because that's what we all want to be. Welcome to the affiliate guy podcast if you want to grow your income. Serve your tribe and enjoy all the benefits of affiliate marketing and having your own affiliates. You're in the right place. Thanks for joining me today. Let's get started so typically when we work with entrepreneurs on these could be People building an online platform. that's Maybe maybe their coaches maybe. They're maybe they're going to be They've got courses to summer. They got physical products. Doesn't matter really what we find. Is that online business. Owners tend to be on one of two extremes in. And i would say when when you think about people who come to us for coaching. It's like forty nine percent on one side and forty nine percent of the other so we very rarely find any type three entrepreneurs which is where they're not on these two extremes. Now explain that in a moment but very few people come to us for coaching When they're when they're not having kind of one of these issues or the other and that's why they come just for coaching. Of course so the first extreme has that they're profitable so we find businesses. They're profitable. They're making good money they might even be made. There might be a seven figure business even possibly a three four five million dollar a year business but they hate their work. They're not living out their passion. So every day becomes what we call another mundane money driven mess. So both of these types of entrepreneurs ended up burning out this group of entrepreneurs that call them type one. They're they're profitable making good money even but they don't enjoy their work. They're not living out their passion. They burn out because of monotony because of lack of passionate. They're not doing like they wake up every day. And it's all about the money on the other end of the spectrum type two entrepreneurs we find the folks. They love what they do. They wake up and they're excited. They're they're creating content and they enjoy it. They love engaging on social media. They loved doing coaching calls. Whatever it is. They love writing blog posts recording podcasts. Doing facebook lives. They're not making any money. Maybe they are maybe their businesses. Maybe they're running a million dollar your business. But they're also spending a half a million dollars or you know four hundred eighty thousand dollars only making twenty thousand dollars a year. They're working fulltime for like a fifth of minimum wage. These folks burn out because they're spinning more money than they're bringing in. We see a lot of these people. They're starting out. They've they've been doing this for a year and they're they're doing a part time but they're putting in fifteen twenty hours a week like this is a a half time. Job was called fifteen hours a week. Seven hundred and fifty hours a thousand hours a year that they're putting into this platform in over the last year. They spent six thousand dollars. It's the average we hear about five hundred bucks a month just under five hundred dollars so they spent six thousand dollars on their platform. They brought in twenty two hundred. They lost three thousand eight hundred dollars. They actually lost money. That's not a good place to be at an even if they did. Maybe they maybe they only spent two thousand but they brought in twenty two hundred so they they brought in two hundred dollars in spent seven hundred fifty hours. They made What's the math on that. Like twenty five thirty say made thirty cents an hour not exactly You know a good return right and so for me. I was entrepreneur. Type number one. I i've been both actually but you know going back to kind of the the original like going back to two thousand ten. I i was making good money. You know i was bringing in on. Average was a solar printer with a virtual assistant bringing an average of twenty five to thirty thousand dollars. Pretty good money i was. I was pretty excited about that. But instead of waking up excited about what was what lied ahead each day. Most of my days are pretty much. The same any given tuesday was just like the previous thursday which was bike just like friday which was just like wednesday mornings afternoons slaves monotonous. But the money was good. The money was so stinking. Good and like. I said about forty eight forty nine percent of the entrepreneurs we work with. They're just like this. Their businesses profitable. Their products are selling their funnels or optimize. Their marketing dialed in waking up in the morning struggle. Instead of passion and purpose they wake up with dredd instead of enthusiasm and energy and and you know like i'm recording this to twenty one in the afternoon i'm i'm on. I'm all systems go. Instead of that they stumble through the afternoon board someone through the afternoon daydreaming of something. Different something better. Something more interests now on the other end of the spectrum and i've been there know entrepreneur type number two the the folks you know. They love what they do. They aren't making any money that that was me in the morning. Then those first couple of hours right when i was building this side hustle my blog. I was excited to sit down and write excited to record another podcast episode or shoot another video but each day brought me no closer to my goal of of providing a better life for my family. Like my my kids. They could not eat my dream. They required money which bought food and the mortgage company sadly amazingly they didn't take payment in the form of my podcast wisdom right. our bank didn't just magically add money to our bank account. Because i was excited about my work. That's not how the world works. Or i think robbie on our team robbie miles. He's a productivity expert today. He works for us which is awesome but before that he built a successful online platform and still there. You can go check him out. A robbing novels dot com. And i say successful because it did become successful but not. After years of the same struggle that i went through he recorded a testimonial video actually went back and found it recorded a testament testimonial video for us bush's probably about two year and a half two years before he came to work for us and i'm quoting a. Mary said for the first first two years. I couldn't make a dime. My blog actually put me into debt for two years. And then as soon as i started taking match advice I made three thousand dollars. That first year the next year i'm more than tripled and made nearly ten thousand dollars Just with the advice. That matt gave me when it came to affiliate marketing and serving my audience. So he was loving what he was doing. He was passionate about his message excited to create content to change the world. How long could a father. I think that time he had four kids. How long could father four with a wife that he desperately wanted to allow to quit her job. Keep this up. How long could he keep doing something. He's passionate about losing money. It's not very long now. Rob is going to be the first to tell you. His wife was his biggest fans just like mine. You know we both actually have. Our both of our wives are named tara which yes that does get a little awkward sometimes gets a little confusing caisley. He's like yeah. So i was texting night and i'm like dude. Why are you texting my wife. She was his biggest fan right. But the internal pressure he felt to give up. His dream was unbearable so he started following me. Things really started to change for him and as he says like when he started taking my vice things started looking up so he says there he says i am more than tripled the next more than tripled in it made more than ten thousand dollars just from the advice mckimmie. Ten thousand dollars might not seem like a lot in the grand scheme of things but this was while raising four kids working time as a teacher serving as an executive officer in the army national guard like probably like twelve other things right. Always busy probably was building a house like this is not an exaggeration. He'd completely remodeled his house. The first year he was working with us is crazy. Like what did you do this weekend. I'm like man. We went on a walk. And like i clean the kitchen. He's like. I built the kitchen like all right. It doesn't matter if you're making great money if you hate your work or if you love your work you aren't making any money or worse you're actually losing it right regardless of which extreme entrepreneurs fall into in the end you give up you. Quit in the problem is that the world misses out on your message so before we break those two types down and ultimately talk about the right kind of entrepreneurs which are type three entrepreneurs only give a quick shout out to caribbean girls f. One two three four. That's a unique username Says my gosh. I am so glad. I found this podcast. If you've been thinking about starting in philip program for a while but of our. I've been thinking about starting an affiliate program for a while but i've always found it confusing. This podcast has been so insightful. Offered so much help to so much information to help me get started highly recommend. I'm assuming it's a female. I'll say she gives five stars. Thank you curbing girls f. one two three four. I would love to know your real name so hit me up. Shoot me an email. Let me know that you are thank you so much for that review wanted to give you a quick shout out so i go back to my you know kind of my story. Here So thinking about this thinking about recording this scene about the line from charles dickens. It's got the book is called the tale of two cities and it's the iconic lines right reach says it was the last time the time the worst of times it was the age of wisdom it was. The age of foolishness was the pocket of belief. It was the talk of incredulity. It was the season of the light. It was a season of darkness. It was a spring of hope. It was the winter of this bad. We had everything before us. We had nothing before we've all going direct to heaven. We will going directly either way. That was my business in two thousand thirteen. It was like this roller coaster of emotions in my business right side. Wake up excited. I'm going to blog bill. My audience like i loved writing. I'd love sharing my message with world. Problem was i wasn't making any money from it. I was losing money. The cost of website hosting the cost of my virtual assistant wordpress plug ins podcasts hosting all the other fees you get like you gotta pay the cost more than i was bringing in each month. I didn't have a business. I had an expensive hobby now just to be clear. There's nothing wrong with running in a hobby blog running hobby podcast or a hobby youtube channel or whatever it is like if you're passionate about a topic such as you know you're right about your favorite sports team. You're going to write about fitness. Or i don't know like organic gardening or cooking. It doesn't matter whatever it is. You wanna create content for the sake of creating content. That's fine that's totally on. there is nothing wrong with. I have nothing against the hobby. Bloggers podcasters whatever hobby bloggers podcasters. Hobby content creators. They don't wake up at five thirty in the morning every single day. Too right like i was hobbyist. Don't they don't maintain a level of consistency. They don't maintain a level of effort. They right when they feel like it. They record i you know. I've got some time this afternoon. Our record a podcast record a podcast. When i feel like the calendar says i'm releasing podcast on these days this month. I will record them in advance of that now. Sometimes i'm recording this on tuesday afternoon and i'm batching a handful of podcast. Sometimes it's because in my planner for the day it says record the next four pot. Well not the next four but the next on my list record the next four podcast. Here are the topics. Here are the ones that i'm recording in. So i'm doing it today. Hobby bloggers how podcasters. Just do it when they feel like it they they do. It went inspiration strikes. They publish when it's convenient. I post a social media on a daily basis. Why because i do this for a living a hobbyist. If their kids get sick if it's a holiday or they have a big day at work. Tomorrow they skip a day. They're not running a business. That's not a big deal. I mean they're they're content is not their business. That wasn't me though. I told people i was a blogger. I tell people. I was a podcast. I was content creator. I told them that i had an online business. The problem was that was a lie. I didn't have a business at all. Businesses make money. And i wasn't in fact. I did the math. my best. Guess if you divided my total monthly revenue by my hours worked. I was making a dollar twenty five an hour that was before expenses so i was making a dollar twenty five an hour and you know you can just extrapolate that to an eight hour day i was making a whole wapping ten bucks ten eleven bucks. I was spending about fifteen to twenty today. I was losing money. I was making less per hour revenue than waiters. Make before tips like crazy. I as i said. I love the work. I was passionate about my my small audience. I got a thrill. I would write a blog. Post fun i would record. A podcast was finally still is today even doing the menial work. You know like trying to figure out why this plug in wasn't working or updating your hosting like at i that was fun because i felt it was it was doing. It was doing what i wanted to do. But i was ready to give up because i wasn't making any money. It was simply not sustainable for me to continue spending that much time that much energy that much money with nothing to show for our sacrificing sleep sacrificing time with my family sacrificing my sanity for what just to go deeper into the red it just more than that like i said. That was my morning the rest of my day starting about nine thirty ten. Am was a complete opposite so once. I finished writing recording shooting. I do a quick exercise. Eat breakfast get ready shave. And all that get ready buying my family and i began to work my quote unquote real job right. The one that paid the bills. I owned a consulting company. Same name as we have. Today matt mcwilliams consoling incorporated We worked with small and large businesses. I wouldn't say. I hated the work necessarily but it was. It wasn't something i was passionate about like. I was good at it. I basically acted as a as a business development guy. And i had all the connections in the industry i was working in the insurance leads industry. I don't have connections. I was good at it. When i wanted to be but i always did. The minimum required to accomplish the objectives. Always you know. He's always like how do we hit our targets. But i wasn't going to do much more. And i made a crap ton of money like technically speaking. I made a crapton. It was the tale of two entrepreneurs day and night. The best in the worst of me part of the day i played the passionate starving artists and the other part i was like a mercenary. Who only cared about the money and so typically like. I said we see entrepreneurs on those two extremes so which one describes you. Are you successful. You're profitable but you're burned out because you're not living your passion or are you loving your work but not making any money. There's definitely a better way entrepreneur type number three About ninety eight percent. Probably of all the entrepreneurs. We begin working with fall into one of the two extreme categories. I've talked about. That's that's reality. There's a better way My friend and business coach. Michael hyatt calls it the double win now he he. He's using it in context of winning both work in life. Meaning you know you can win and business and in your family ending relationships. I'm gonna use it to describe winning in terms of being passionate about your work and making a great income win you build a business that you're passionate about and it makes you a bunch of money you have the purpose that drives you every day and you get to keep doing it for the long term. That's what entrepreneur type number three is. That doesn't mean that you spend literally twenty four seven in your passion area. What michael hyatt would call the desire zone things that you're both good at and proficient at now. I think i said this couple episodes ago. There's ninety minutes a month or so where we have to reconcile our numbers for the month. That is drudgery for me. We're not at the point as a business. Were were willing to turn over our finances to to someone else. We don't need a fulltime or even a really a part time. Cfo yet My wife is the cfo and we go over the numbers together and that's drudgery for me. It's ninety minutes. We do it one evening a month and get it over with things like you know. Following up with a potential client is not really drudgery. But it's definitely in my disinterest zone. I'm good at it. Still really enjoy doing it. Now gimme on the phone with them. And i'm like yeah. Let me talk about our businesses. So fun okay. Here's how we can help you cook. The the following up part is torture for me to do most of it. I let my assistant handle most of that but occasionally i have to step in and do some of it. It doesn't mean that you're going to be living in your desires own. One hundred percent of the time. It just means that you're spending the majority of your time living out your passion and purpose so you get to wake up excited. Do work you love. That brings in enough money. You can keep doing it fulltime forever if you wanted to. That sounds like something you want. Come to my passion to profit path. Training it's coming up depending upon when you're listening to this. It's possibly next week. We've got time. We we do this about three times a year. So if you're listening to his way in the future Might be like two months from now. I don't know but as of releasing this episode. It's coming up release soon. If you go to passionate profit path dot com. You can register for the training and in the training we're going to cover the ten steps to go from passion to profit right All these begin with the letter c because a marketer and that's a clever marketers way of helping you remember them so we're going to help you discover those ten steps in the execute those ten steps to go from like. Hey i've got this idea right to. I'm actually going to build a business around it. What we're teaching in this training. It's worked for me. Exactly how i built a business that i'm passionate about incredibly profitable. It's worked for our coaching clients. It's worked for. Our student led to some amazing stories. I i've seen people take what we're teaching and go from part time in debt to running successful profitable fulltime business. I've seen people go from like they had twenty six people on their email lists for two years and then they grew to thousands and thousands of people in more. I've seen people take what we're teaching. They've got the message. They've got the passion. And i've seen this work in. Every conceivable niche physical products coaching consulting courses like bloggers podcasters youtubers as a matter every conceivable. Mitch i've seen these people take their story and turn it into a platform that reached the world so you can check that out a passionate profit path dot com in registered. I wanna see on this training because it's going to be amazing now before we go any give you two exercises in one declaration and before i give you the one thing that you need to understand. It's important actually. Do these exercises so if driving. You're out on your lawn mower You're doing something where you can't do these exercises right now. Come back and do them later. Making note roku set a calendar reminder real quick and come back and make sure you actually do these exercises. You probably like odds are nothing. I've said today is just like overwhelmingly surprising. You don't you don't suffer from lack of information you suck suffer from a lack of implementation. One of my favorite quotes of all time from From johann whatever you like johann von you pronounce german maybe austrian johann wolfgang. Von death is actually how it's pronounced said knowing is not enough. We must apply. Willing is not enough. We must do so. If you don't actually do the exercises you're going to implement nothing. You can have a head and knowledge in no business therefore no profit to actually show for. You will be the smartest person in the room. Be also be the focused on happiest person. Also many give you a declaration now. This is a verbal affirmation that you should make out loud like i don't care if you think. Declarations are corny lame awkward. They are important. So if you're listening to this in a public place. I don't shout it out the moment you hear it. Okay unless you want some weird looks maybe you wanna get kicked out of the coffee shop. I dunno save the declaration for later. Don't just make sure you come back to guy. I can't promise that making a declaration is going to make success like guarantee it. It's not it will make it more likely though changing your mindset changing your beliefs is just as important if not more important than giving you more knowledge or changing your tactics or changing your strategies. That's why that's why i do this. Podcast i want to give you the strategies and tactics wanna change your mindset. So exercise number one is identify which entrepreneur type you are. Are you struggling financially but loving your work or you doing great financially but hating your work in right out. Maybe a few reasons why that is right out a few reasons why that is second exercise. I want you to take a few minutes to write out. What double win would look like for you. How many people are you impacting. What kind of income are you making. How big is your team. What exactly is your message. What exactly is your platform. How much money are you bringing in. And how much time are you spending. You know truly doing the things that you're passionate about. And then lastly a declaration for you because believe is so important. I want you to declare this. I can and i will do what i love and make a ton of money doing it. I can and i will do what i love and make a ton of money doing it. You can't do that. you can have both. You can have the double win in. You will so come. Join me on. The passion of prophet paths training school. Passionate prophet path dot com. I'll see on the training. And i'll see you on the next episode of warming to share with you. The surprising truth about leading your tribe leading people in leading a community leading your europe tribe of followers. Probably isn't what you think i'll see. Then thank you so much for listening today. Remember to check out all of our deep dives into affiliate marketing the affiliate guy dot tv. And if you have questions ask it. Ask the affiliate guide dot com. Who knows maybe you need to be featured on an upcoming episode. And lastly if you haven't yet make sure to leave a rating and review wherever you're listening to see you soon.

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Clicks and mortar: The future of shopping

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33:12 min | 3 years ago

Clicks and mortar: The future of shopping

"Join delivery to smart screens to skin bodysuits. We'll midget every inch of your body before sending you the perfect fitting outfit this week. Download this show. We are talking about the future of shopping physical retail environments, digital, the psychological tricks that are being used on you the whole gamut. Also on the show this week, Uber one flying cars, and if I'm being really honest with you, I also want flying cars, but the question is, should we weren't flying? This is yoga to the wake in media technology and culture. My name is Mike Fennell and welcome to download this shy. These very big welcome to at panelists. She ease from Saint and she used from space. Yeah, who those of you? I was taking up close peach ho brand new video series, which is now two weeks old on, say net, which is all about space and its goals. It's called watch this space. Thank you. I should have been much smoother with that Mark. It's it's a new series covering all things spice news. So we've talked about NASA sixtieth birthday, the Pokka Sola probe, really cool stuff, spices. Awesome turns out, yeah, I've really loved working on it and spend a lot of fun so you can get it on Saint dot com. We're also putting it up on scene. It's YouTube channel. We're doing some really cool stuff. We'd like. Rally from say that Klay Raleigh, he's access informatics. He's technology commentator, and he recently went to a robot restaurant which we're about to hear of paid them out. So we'll come back to this show here, and I went to the Space Museum at Boston which had some of the last remaining moon rocks which have not been stolen and Neil Armstrong's gloves who stood who's stealing the moon rocks. Apparently they guy moon rocks at to every American state and most of them have been disappeared. How are these people the latest of the free world? Like how. All right down this show is what you're listening to. If you've never heard it before it is indeed, you're waking media technology and culture, and we're doing big today. We're doing big blue-sky ideas because I want to talk about something that affects every single one of us shopping. We all do it, but how we do it has changed pretty drastically in the last couple of years, and it's going to giant even more. So we're gonna talk about the future shopping shopping, say the moment it's sort of buffets, right? This digital shopping and this physical shopping, and they both really interesting areas. Butch icing, very different futures. I wanna start with the physical world, so the retail environment as we know it. What does it look like in threes time? What are the things that are happening right now, the innovations that happening to change the why we will into a shop. We're probably, I guess interesting is on go with getting rid of the checkout. So you log in with an app. You walk around and take things off the shelf, and it figures out what you took and put into your bag. And then you simply walk out of the shop and that makes it easy. Easier to just walk around and grab things and and leave. But I think that's all part of a big trend which is to make shopping shopping told things like shoplifting. I like it. You're actually and speaking of shoplifting of course, apple for a long time has been talking about this stores, not by calling them stores, but calling them town squares, God that's garbage. Well, naming. Naming off genius, but right up then. Yeah, that is a bit of a rage. But I, you know, when you go and visit some of the stores with trees in them with coffee shops with areas where you can just sit peacefully and talk to people that trying to turn them into places, you just goes part of your day rather than going as a shop, and, oh, by the way, all the products that if you'd by, which on some level like I completely get and is not an uncommon trend to turn. To turn commercial environment, shopping environments into environments that people just want to hang out. Because of course the more you hang up, the more likely to buy, but is there anything specific the that you say in clay that you think that could really change the why? I approach walking into a shop and how I behave in an environment like that. I mean, look, the psychology of shopping and the psychology of consumer behavior. It's not something that is ignorant. I remember one of my first jobs I worked in a kind of giftware store and we put the new product on the left hand side of the stores. He walked in because my manager said everyone who comes in, you can watch it as they come in. Yeah, they turn left and they work clockwise around the store. So you put the interesting things there, then you, you know, we all know the idea that the milk is at the back of the supermarket because you have to go through and get your perishables. So make them walk past the stuff that don't wanna buy before that one of those for you on. I care right so many many years ago when I worked on TV, go hungry based story all about shopped his on and Kia have obviously geniuses when it comes to this. So you'll you spend your, I like five to ten twenty dollars. Lost in an Araya, fantasy fantasy apartments fully grind as all about. Imagining what that will obey. The first thing you can physically pick up like two by ovation. Variably the cheapest thing in the store or one of the things. Because by the time you spent fifteen twenty hours. Invalid in fantasy land you. I thought his, there's something and shape it on just but that's the whole psychology play. He, there's been so many studies on how big the bags? Yes. One little thing that little. Call into the shape of my head is so tight this back, but I can't almost a head of its time really because they sell you on a fantasy and they sell you on the concept and that's what retailers are trying to do. So we kind of touched on there. You know, make an experience to go to shopping center, not a mole known likes the wood mall, post eighties middle America, but make it enjoyable for someone because what is the benefit of internet shopping k. it's instant feeling. It's convenient. You don't hand over physical cash, so it's almost like you know spending. And then when the products arrive you both them a couple of days ago. So that's not real money. A couple of days ago. Money isn't real money, and now it's like a gift that you get from ISIS on your disks. So they need to. They need to develop ways that bricks and mortar is never going to be as convenient as digital. So they need to work on their advantages and the advantages are you get to try something on, you get to come and speak to experts. You get to touch and feel you get to see x. couch or xtop in. It's kind of whole ecosystems. So when instead of just going to get that floral shirt that I wanted to get all my gosh, it looks great with all these things that it's been stalled with so much and ising experience of stole stuff experience in general for the Chiappa. That's what is the most important thing. Now, the other into the that I think is worth noting is that as fast and convenient is internet shopping ease, you still have to wide once you click the midnight Burgess unless it's one of those, I think I know what you're going. Same-day delivery or next day delivery delivery. We'll we'll, we'll get to it, but I, but I also think that one of the advantages that rate house for the for the next microseconds history will still have is the fact that you can you can impulse purchase and have it the same guy. This is sort of an interesting psychological stained with internet shopping where it's obviously extremely susceptible to to impose purchasing as he's purchasing. Yeah, but but then there's still that that delight gratification, kind of like that. I buy stuff from China and I call it prisons from pasta. Sometimes sometimes five or ten weeks. A boxer go so well, what? What is this this this give something from Bangor or Elliott express now with GIS tubing judge. I find that I'm a lot more impulsive when I'm install because if I have to think about something and it sort of goes, oh, well, is this multiple steps? And there's the whole psychology of the internet shopping experience and the user interface. How do you get people to not abandon this shopping cart? Because the cost to array Taylor of abandoned carts, massive, because people like that. I like that. And then I say she being, oh, I got to get set up an account Juna made me set up and the and then you suddenly realize that the you've been shopping in American dollars, and then when you realize what it is. Oh, I'm not spending three hundred dollars and a pair of shorts, and I listen as regular listeners will remember the episode we did where aerial Bogle was talking about doc passions and the things that internet sought do to make you feel like you're missing out on something and we say those patents here. It's like there's only one of these left or don't abandon your car or can we get you to come back all almost always crap, and it's almost always crap. But I think one of the examples with people wanna go to shop, they wanna feel with the cloth is like they want to see the real collar and not the onscreen color, but things like sizing which has always been a scandal in the fashion industry that every brand has different sizes, and maybe the solution to that is that people who buy only one brand of shirt or something. I was by the same brand because I know I realize it's the other day that all of the brands like there maybe tain brands? Yeah. Talk when when I go to a department store and it's broken up, not by type product, but by brand you've got to walk around and I want to look at all the different whatevers and. All the different brands which is Christ come back because I sort of like by osmosis gradually just talked about the digital experience, but there are technologies that are being rolled out in in a point of sale involvement that I think really interesting and we have the same things like a mirror that can drop different outfits on you. Does any of that same game changer to you or is it still within the realm of of gimmickry? It's a lot of gate McRae. I think way we got a an outfit into Senate the other day, one of my colleagues and it's a suit that you put on it. It's kind of like those suits that are more cap sued the might wear if you're in a film playing. Thank you. Let's dots all over it and using an app, it measures your exact body shape and then sends you t shirts, Jane's and things exactly for you. And the idea is that a k, they only make three or four sets of Jane's only make certain stalls shuts, but you can order it. It's actually a company that's founded by the Japanese man that he's going to the moon on the BF is part of that space x to the moon. That's how my colleague found out about. So he like I'm getting one of these suits, but that is that kind of weed harbor thing, but it's still gimmicky. And I think the mirrors that let you try things on the tried on at home. We've seen the rise of measure at home and then order it online suits, for example, that are really cheap. But I don't know that they're in experiment visiting a French departments too many years ago fanatic if in I see and what they did was they in store then had one of every product. So the place was very uncluttered. It was like lowest like an apple store with just one of each. What about and you figure how you did it took a tag, I think. And then you went to the cashier. And paid. And then you went to a little window and the head all of your products. They're ready to go. So got rid of the idea of storing everything out on the shelves. You know, when you see five hundred ties does that's just a waste of Brian spice, really stole. That's popular in the UK whose name escapes me now, but it it's cheap and cheerful stuff. You can get really basic jewelry. Imagine as like a Costco. I guess Mola and it's one of every product jewelries grind. It's really big. So I think the experiences that streamline the process and I think that Amazon experiences a good example whereby people don't wanna have to worry about fussing with God's. I don't have to worry about finding the right size just like grabbing go making it as easy as possible for shoppers. And also, you know, you mentioned at the start at the top of the show, they Mark that digital and physical forgetting deport manteaux clicks and mortar, which is the ability to buy online and gone pick up in store. I used to work for a retail magazine, clicks and mortar. It's both Jason and it sounds really good once you know what it is, but if you don't know what it is, it's useless the experience of taking the online world and fusing it with digital so that I have my wanna count. Amazon knows what I like. It knows that I'm going to want to shop in this way and so it can use that analytics from my online account and bring that into the physical world. Is that pay to why we're saying, traditionally, digital companies like your own. Buy into physical company. So in the US bought hall food and they're experimenting with Ray towel, spices like they've got an actual bookstore for example. Yeah. The other day I saw bookstore and I went to another one. Oh, into. I went to a bookstore around the corner, which is beautiful bookstore actually because it was so hot and humid winning for air conditioning is chatting to the guy behind the counter. I said, what's the Amazon bookstore and the Coney win? No, this is bad news. You know, we may be shutting down, so they see John is so well targeted and so up demised that they can't compete not fair enough. I get why as depressed about it, but I don't fully comprehend what the Amazon beyond it being giant ad. Like I don't understand what it really does. I think that's it. And I think that you know, look Monterizi is to work in a high end shoe store, and she was particularly frustrated because people would come in trial on the different sizes of shoe right down the size they were and leave tonight they will win talk because I was going to buy online so that we using the store purely to just check the size and have a little. It's a bit like what? Yeah, I think maybe retailers ain't to come to grips with this incite. Welcome it like Dell. Did you had. Has these pop up stores where have one of every laptop, one of every computer you can try them out. He said, I want to buy that one. They direct you to a webpage Cy bide online. So if the pricing is is in line with the digital and if you paying more to go into the store, but people value the ability to check things out physically that because like if I've gone into, maybe I'm weird. Obviously, I'm weird, but if I take the effort to go into a store, try on a pair of shoes. My maybe my my impulse control is so poor that I'm like, yeah, it's like ten dollars more expensive the internet, but I. I went and I was looking at a nice design a bag. Snooped it out. I really wanted to see it and I saw it was in day Jays and this is the this is the one time that I did the tikey thing because having written for a retail magazine web, I will always trying to tell people how to make the shopping experience better how to stop people coming in and just, you know, trying and leaving. But when you've got a retailer Dr member just Potman stole. But when you go to Ray Taylor that is mocking up and they just notice competitive with a global brand shopping brand. And it's, you know, when you talking over one hundred dollars as my dad said. So the bag was free. Then when you bought it for one hundred dollars less than you going to buy it. Sorta, but those are examples. And I think for a lot of people, you know, you talk about the idea of having one short shirt or just going in terms of fashion, just going for the brands. You know, I think it's very different for women, and I think for a lot of women shopping, you just can't get the depth of brands. You can't get the dip of Ryan. The only have a few skews. They'll only have a few on products from each range. There's a shoe designer that I really love and I go to a department store and they have two or three styles. Invariably, the we'd ones from the collection and it's like, no, she's put out thirty or forty pays shoes, and I really want that pay, but you've only got three women are invariably saying I will. I want to be able to choose the unique color. I wanna be able to choose the Italian designer all that off. Bait UK, indie brand, and I'm not gonna be able to find them behind in this country. Having visited the sites and style with people who online shopping what they're doing. The perfectly happy to have an online store sent him three sizes. Of dress and they'll send back the two that they don't the don't fit in our prepaid envelope. The back, I've got friends that do it and ustralian friends that do they pay a memberships or fifty dollar membership. And I think it's maybe is also one of those fashioned brands. You get the ability to ship free shipping and returns on anything around in Boston. This the streets of full of delivery vans, everywhere there's Amazon vans, FedEx, vans that seem to be much of the traffic and outside people's houses. Those boxes piled up. People used to bang online. There's another component of these which is not necessarily a positive of digital development, which is staff can go one or two is right, really great. Really useful. In-store staff can be profoundly effective way of getting made to hand Ivo all of my money, but there's an inverse of that as well, which is sometimes a big part of the appeal of shopping online dining to deal with tickets. I wondering I'm wondering if there's a role that technology compliant because we've seen things like I mentioned before, the mirror that will will show your body if you if you dressed in different fits. Otherwise, this title question with at night is, but they wise in which technology can improve that relationship between the physical point of style staff and you to make you wanna bible, but by better at just have a better experience. Even the, I think, technology that is the one pot that technology cont fix technology is doing so many amazing things with point of sale. So you can walk out of the store without pulling out your wallet or all of these elements we've talked about. But I think a lot of people view retailers might be a job you get when you fifty, and then you go onto your real job similar to maybe hospitality. And that's just completely not true. When you go to a restaurant and your white stuff, they just immaculately presented that professional, they get you and what you want their there when you want them. But not when you don't. That experience is very difficult to hire on and it's that kind of human. Touch and my sister works in retail and kind of high end retail and constantly talking about how do you find the right person that can go up and know that someone's about to spend a lot of money on something, but I'm gonna make them feel comfortable, and I can read them and they happen to have a bit of a joke around, but these person is very serious about these purchase. So I think someone who is not two hands on not to push not to try this on, try that on someone who just goes, oh, Hon. If you're trying on those three skirts, like I didn't store the other day and they will all sequined this shop attend goes and finds something sparkly that I haven't spotted out. And you know someone who can read the concept. If you haven't noticed that already. But someone who can anti and who was just a really good people person. And I think that's the thing that retail physical stores have and I need to leverage that. I think we've seen a number of technologies in recent years that have helped track people in stores. You know, there's all the why five free wifi in department store contract you and know what doors you went in, which allows you went down that gonna think baking the bluetooth beginning stuff, which is kind of gone a little bit quad at the moment, but it's all tied him with indoor mapping and of course striking where people are. So this charities for retailers. That's exactly what you're looking at. I mean, I guess the Emon goes stores where they know what you've what you've actually taken from the shelf is the final stage of that. But this other technologies such as the augmented reality stuff, which is now just rolled out in Iowa's twelve, where I can put a three day model of a product Innis online store that then you can drag down and see projected into your own space. So there's the iky Radha for example week and say the furniture life size, and you can look at your room and see what that couch actually looks like in your room. These are very powerful ways of getting a store experience, but actually in your own home and online. I think it's very hard to be go into pick it up and the person who serving you is an idiot, who doesn't have time few or famous. I've worked very says, like, oh, yeah, okay, we'll I need to make my unable to make my budget this week. So I'm going to push you into the five thousand dollars for instead of the one thousand dollars for any. Suddenly. It's like that awful experience all the old method reality in the world con- makeup. A really bad experience just quickly before we, we move onto flying cars because I promise you find the inter- I talk about another aspect here. We've become quite familiar with the notion of bundled subscription purpose, which is a term I have just invented, but you'll know them from things like Molly spoon and hellofresh way. You'll get a box of food to meals and stuff like that. That idea caught on. But we're also starting to say that in a couple of other areas. And when I was fascinated, there's a few fashion brands that do it as an strike company. I think cold Kinton lime which you go online and you tell them all of you give preferences line on lamb and then I send you a bunch of clydes like that. Same back the ones you've done block personal shopper experience. I think that's what they're trying to replicate. Yeah, fascinated by whether you think that model as sort of cemented in inferred. But now people are experimenting with fashion other industries where. I guess categories of birds seeing where you think that sort of subscription bundling applies on crime. Of course, it's also big in Australia, but in the US yet give them time. It will. And I mean, apart from it's a bundle of different things, it's got movies. It's got products free shipping and that kind of low as the boss. People have no problem buying toilet paper online and having it delivered for free, even these small purchases. So it does become kind of you'll hall will that that makes it easy start up in the US. So I was looking for examples of ridiculous startups and low. I found one. It was one that. This is for a story. I was writing the other day and just being backed by visa. If you want to find crazy tech companies go to any vase, eight company sought and just what have you invested in recently. Okay. This one was called it was called feather and it was subscription furniture, and I made the joke if like don't wanna have to want my couch buffering because I haven't paid my monthly bills. That's not what I want from an experience. But if you think about and this is not may, but I've had colleagues come over and stay from the states, say for a couple of months and they, they live really lie. There are people out there once again, I have too much junk, but there are people that live really light and the ability to move to a place subscribe to finish, change it out. If you don't like it, you don't invest in a couch. Then you say, this is my catch for the next ten years. And this is my finish of them. You have to lug between houses and leg between rentals. That's a concept that really makes sense. So it's kind of retail subscription. I, I don't know that I would partake, but. Gifts because increasingly, the other element to that is increasingly things like Google hyme in high pods and Amazon Lexus. These devices that you take with you that get to know you your habits, but a portable that will not portable as and you can take them with you as if you would move house. You could take that Alexa with you and update your address and you'll pattern of behavior would would be replicated. I do think the Amazon, Alexa, and the devices. They were already saying how they pay specialty. Oh, I had a lot of radio programs for this thing in the states where I said, ask your snouts Baker to blah. So it's kind of a way of particularly ones which can do transactions. But it was also a radio show is ask, you smile, bigger, play this podcast, and that's kind of a future. That's the why. Professional is right. Goodness, the drug. Download this shy. He's what you're listening to it is you'll go out to the world of media technology and culture. We are talking to Claire Riley from the technology websites. Saint aunt. She's also the host of the new spa space series. Watch this space. You can find on Saint at YouTube and all the other places and paid them is commentator and much more from access informatics. McDonnell is my name and can fly yet. This is the question I would like to ask you Claire eilly a couple of years because the couple of weeks ago there was a story that actually you write about that intention to take to the skies, and we've sort of known about this for wall. But whenever they things happen and I felt the same about when Amazon puts the video about drone deliveries guys, you just trying to get good publicity are we giving it to? But it did in my head might wanna think they, we should really start having a serious about dry technology and postal flying cows actually still flying. You. Do you? Yes. So I actually sat down with you the team a couple of months ago and they were like, oh, and you know, obviously I elevate flying car initiative and I was like, I'm sorry, you've made that up. You lie so accused the team of lying about one of their product and they were like, no, it's actually real when meeting in Tokyo. So I said, fine. I'll call you on that bluff. I'm gonna fly over to Tokyo and check it out. And so I went to elevate conference, and I heard from a lot of seriously impressive people about their plans for personalization taxis flying. 'cause EBay tolls don't have a name, electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicles. So that's the name that is given to these kinds of vehicles and aircraft, but it's really clunky just, I mean, if you happen to be near the incident, you can probably look at videos of, but if you driving your car, I guess, describe because I've saying, if you these, these things, they look like a sort of a helicopter shaped pod, but off the side, you've got some. Very much looks like a giant in these sort of multiple propellers, like four on four accidents. The side. Is that a reasonable way. So if you haven't heard of flying cars or you're imagining like the Datsun with the Cessna wings bolted on the back, they don't look like that disappointing disappointing. So imagine a drone like a backyard drawing that you might have an how it kind of takes off from the grass, just zooms up straight up. You don't need a launchpad. Sorry, you don't need a runway. That's how this technology works. So imagine there's a whole bunch of different designs. There's so many companies Rolls Royce Esten, Martin Kittyhawk backed by Google's Larry page. So there's a bunch of companies doing it. And essentially you've got to kind of a larger body much smaller than a traditional aeroplane. Maybe the size of a personally across multiple propel is capable of kind of taking off vertically. They might rotate around to give you forward thrust when you're in the air. They charge for short charges between trip so that designed for hopping around the city. So. You might order an Uber air to a particular sky port, which is a rooftop kind of like a helipad and joint you across and charge for about five to eight minutes in between as its reloading and unloading passages, they say it's going to be significantly quieter about thirty two times quieter than traditional helicopter because they use all electric electronic parts inside rather than old gears and Motors. And so the future is that they want to roll it out by twenty twenty two, they're planning to planning to do first tests in twenty twenty. Then twenty twenty three. They will have a bunch of CD's around the world including a. in Dallas and third, CD doing trials. And then from there they just going to roll out, roll out, roll out. So this has a history of launching in places that do not have a regulatory framework for them right in and then lobbying slash bullying they why into toast stepping nothing that call it lovely. I feel like this is one of those areas where people are going to be up in arms if they do something if they approached this this technology in the same way, because it is just that much more scary. The idea of introducing an additional two axes to the driving experience. So how do they, how do they intend to to work with governments to have a regulatory framework involving air traffic control, which is which is a pretty conservative business at the moment planes travel the best. Well, maybe it is, but we're not using the technology technologies that you see in drones where drawings up, you know, able to ready to stabilize themselves to interact with each other. You know, the Intel stuff that they using sort of displays and everything that's technology that could be applied to traffic control at the moment planes controlled in a very manuals way this towels at every airport that control there s spice this proposals around to actually get ridable as local towels and have a centralized. HIV control system. And then of course proposals which involves fitting out all aircraft to talk to each other. So imagine we suddenly had lots more things up in the air than we do now. Generally, you'll have one helicopter over the city will maybe to keeping clear each other. If we had hundreds of those plus delivery drives, you know, medical emergency joins. They needs to be a whole leap in the way they are control. And basically what they need to do is talk to each other. Beware each other. If the heading towards a collision, I need to say, okay, you go up. I'll go down and we'll avoid computers a much better at doing that than human. Exactly five, Jay, which we've talked about on the show before that that kind of massive massive amounts of connectivity, loads, more devices, talking to each other at hyper quick fraction of an iphone seconds. That is going to be possible with five Jays. So as you're talking to me that. So much of the wise in the wise in which air traffic regulations of had to Bain to commodites, just stand normal, drawing the drawings that you can get for Christmas, the why that I've had to bend accommodate. That is really the building books runs out of the way. And actually I'm quite impressed at the way in which like drawing legislation, same's quite sensible to me in this country anyway, the FAA which is the regulator in the US arguably the biggest in the world, they're ready for personal aviation and flying taxis. They, they're not as ready for all of their regulations built on piloted aircraft. So when we talk about unpiloted driverless, that's a whole different kettle of fish, but they're already working on legislation for drowns. Drawings can stay out of the way of jets because they don't need to go up that high. Really. They are working on different ways to deal with these kinds of new technologies. And I think they anti-separatist candidate -nology is going to come. So they say, how do we make it safe? How do we get it out and working and functioning and CDs or really wanna those the tech idea which is basically get away from traffic in cities. So the need is that it's really slow to drive through the streets of whatever major city. So therefore Natexis. We'll get you the quickly mister business Misra MRs businessperson is really busy. But if we have self driving cars, then suddenly the traffic gets much better. This lace vehicles on the road, it gets foster and of course the self-driving. So you don't have to talk to the get because somebody has to side. We hope we every all good things that we've said. We are. Coming. It's funny because Uber is actually actively contributing to congestion. You know, they are responsible for 'cause sitting idle on the straight. They are responsible for Ray searches of said that when people take Oba's, they don't take public transport. So congestion is getting worse in part because of companies like Uber and lift. But yeah, we'll see less than a taxi than the taxis contribute to the paper from a university in Boston that discovered that the convenience and lower price option for pulled rides and stuff. It is different to the taxi industry market lands. Cheap over in in Boston, particularly the multi, a couple of dollars. They must be losing huge amount of money, but I was stunned just last week you order new by. It's there in like sixty seconds and actually text you and say, it's going to be. It's going to be there now and we will start charging you one hundred and twenty seconds. So it's just it's so quick. And you need that kind of scale to make something like this work, but that they're adamant that it's going to happen and they adamant that it will work because they don't just have Silicon Valley people. They've got people from NASA. They've got people from tesla who used to doing things conservatively and getting stuff done. And one thing is for certain the why we traveled, he's about to China. That is all we have time for on the show this week. Huge. Thank you to pay them ox coming back on the shy to see Mark and Raleigh. Thanks coming back on the shard. Thank you for having me. Keep watching the skis to see nothing impossible. I go wrong. If you don't get that reference to my name is Maxine, and thank you for listening to another episode of download this shy.

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Ep. 52: How to Keep Going When Everything is Falling Apart

The Michael Cheney Show

32:29 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 52: How to Keep Going When Everything is Falling Apart

"The Michael Chaney show pumping unlicensed liberty and financial freedom directly into your eardrums. Here's your host and Arco Capitalist Michael. Cheney Hello Michael Chaney hair on today's episode how to keep going when everything is falling Fox now subjects of their. Today's episode wasn't that my I was actually an idea came from one of my subscribers. Who basically I sent an email. That's warm I subscribe you. Send up how can I best help you help you with commit training? Can I give you on? Somebody said look. How can I keep going? What can I do keep going when everything is falling apart so they actually gave me the idea for today's subject now? We're going to go deep today. I'll be honest with you. I'm going to be very personal with what's been happening to me over the past couple of years Name make you feel a little bit uncomfortable but the rewards for this are great. Tickly knees on certain times of Stress Warrior in panic is good to have a plan and some tactics can actually use to get through this time. So I'm going to share with you what I've gone through and how I've managed to kind of coke and survive some of the mechanisms. I've learned now not doing this as some kind of violin. Sob story like I'm the everything's so bad for me I know. I'm one of the luckiest individuals alive right now on the planet with I've been able to achieve in my family and everything else But obviously everything is relative. Awesome things I've had to go through over the past couple of years of deeply affected me so I wanNA share those with you today and go through that journey necessarily share with you. Also how managed to Get through it and cope with these types of uncertain situations so is a bit heavy but it will be very very useful information for you. I hope but before we get started as always have one of these opinion grill. Yes this will be a very nice day. Now is difficult during these times. During the lockdown song I to remain positive. And Not really anyone talking about today's to do with positive thinking for a second thing. This is all raw raw. You know you must be positive and everything else if anything. It's about being realistic. So whether or not you believe the the media's story on covert nineteen and the government timeline no. It doesn't matter how seriously thing that is is serious and what actually is a crisis or could be a personal crisis for for all of us is the enforced lockdown. That many of us are going through right now. It doesn't matter what the cause is. If you choose not to obey you can face fines. You may even be imprisoned in some countries. So that's the reality that we're dealing with and the threat to people's income and the mental health is very very real. Even though the cause of all of this is debatable depending on which sources you read so over the past couple of years before all of this even start going down. I've gone through a really the worst in my life. It's been a very very difficult period for me. Has led me to a much much happier place which I will share with you but there was a period when I was in my business running my business and I would go through cycles of really enjoying it being really passionate loving it and then kind of dipping down and just thinking. I'm not quite sure this doesn't feel quite right. Is Something Missing I'm not feeling totally fulfilled at this and this happened a number of times over the twenty years. I've been doing this and I know that that's a natural cycle of doing anything. That comes a point where you start to question things. You could've tried to redress the balance. You may be look to other opportunities other alternatives. I think is this is this. All there is is the something better or something deeper out. There is Kinda grasp greener somewhere else now. Part of that for me was actually turning towards cycling so I I've been fortunate to do really well very successful in my business and generate millions of dollars but it kind of got to the point where I was like. Wow okay is that you know. I bought a few toys and been on vacations and both houses and everything. We're not been to flip about. It doesn't really affect your overall happiness level. In fact they've done studies to show very clearly that lottery winners for example have a little spike upwards when they win but within twelve months of their big win they are backed down to whichever happiness level they were out with fully had a lot. Money is also been shown that of course if you get above a certain poverty lines if you have enough money to be comfortable so you're not worried about paying. The bills are putting food on the table. Anything beyond their has very little effect on your overall happiness level now again. I'm not saying that money's not important of course it is and it kind of a dramatic impact on your quality of life and your happiness level particularly if you're struggling to get enough to pay the bills and get through each day. But in terms of beyond their their risen much data to back up the dash she does does much good and I saw the experienced this firsthand. So what I did is I turned to cycle of all. I'm going to now excel at something else. I've done okay business. Let me try and a crack the code of cycling. Because I'm always been about trying to break down. Problems cracked the code on solve the mysteries of things. And then get as good as I can so I did the same at cycling within the space of about four to five years I went from somebody who never cycled since they were a kid to competing at the world championships at an amateur level. So there's a worldwide Amateur Cycling Championship every year. They hold it in different countries around the globe and I should get to world championships. Cyber full four or five years after I took up cycling. Now Cool so you can probably guess why this is going that didn't do either and actually during the race at the world championships. I actually realized that this is just not who I am. I built up this entire identity around being this cyclist and pretty much. Everything I was doing at. That point was geared towards. How can I be faster on a bike? In my sleeping patterns my working pans might diet would drink. I was exercising. Probably fifteen twenty hours a week. I would cycle approximately a hundred and fifty miles every week. I would bike. Ride out does six days a week from November through till March as train. Preparation for the season It was an obsession. I absolutely was swallowed up by thing in my pursuit of something. That was all future focused. It was all driven around getting to a competition. Hopefully placing high competition and getting some kind of medal reward or accolade and for that moment. It felt like achieved something. I felt like justified and warranted and validated in some way but during the actual race of the Second World Championships. Got To this fine all worked hard all year to Qualify. I went to the qualifying races and got through. I got to the championship this time. It was in Italy actually during the rice. I just quit. I didn't get off my bike but I just kind of gave up. I just didn't bother going round and putting the effort now. It's just part way. I just ran out of steam. I just realized I don't want to do this anymore. I was fighting in all aspects of my life. I was fighting myself in training. I was fighting other people during competition. If results didn't go my way I was fighting against reality. Sometimes fight against the illegal noises. I was having to beat myself up in training literally almost to the point of throwing up in passing out try improve my metabolism stammered song and I was done so I stepped off the by the end of that Rice. Which for me wasn't really a race and I have not raced since that was around two years ago on a hardly cycle since then and I built up this entire identity around this now you may think well let's go nothing to do with me. China. I'm not a cyclist. I'm not enough Lee. I'm not wise this relevant this all relevant it's all wrapped into how we build identity and labels and walls around ourselves that we feel. We have to defend the more that you do this. The mole ironically impaired Oxley. The more you will suffer when things don't go your white things start hitting your walls. Things start hitting the barriers that you've been on so that was the kind of the second thing that happened to me these two years. The first was the business side struggling. I started losing appetite for the business side. Losing Passion for the business so it was really start to question where I was headed with my business. The kind of wheels were falling off. Really I BILL. This entire identity around cycling. My life was really geared. Everything was geared toward cycling. I'd let that full away as well so then left almost infre- full idea of just falling into a bottomless pit. Not Knowing who I was where I was where I was heading or what might be going to happen along. You is always falling into bottomless pair. So to begin with that's a very disorientating experience. It's a very stressful and worrying experience and many people going through that. Maybe you're going through that right. Now you've been laid off from your job or you've been you've been temporarily forced to stay at home the identity that you've been built around yourself you're such and such and everyday you do you do. Blah Blah Blah do XYZ. But now you're not doing there. Who are you? What is your life it's disorientating. It's very can be very very scary thing about a bottomless pit is when you're falling into bottomless. Pit is absolutely no risk whatsoever rain because it by definition you're never going to hit the bottom so once you actually get used to that sensation and your stomach adjusts. You don't have to do anything you don't have to resist. There's no point flailing your arms around. There's no point screaming. There's no point trying to grab anything because it's in his bottomless. You fooling you can pretty much just lie back and relax and put your hands behind your head but it takes time to actually realize what's going on so after all this had happened it then came to to pass in in my life that That my dad passed away now. No not many of you will know that story. I won't go through all again. But in brief he was at seventy five. He was very fit. You would exercise every day eight while he didn't drink alcohol and smoke East prefect we thought he was gonNA leave. Live to at least eighty five. Maybe even beyond so is a big shock It's wolves in the family. Hit me especially not harder than anyone else but hit me You know very hard Particularly as As my mother is Is Mentally ill. She's been in mental institutions full proximity thirty years. I would guess in and out of them for for the last several years publicly and mental institutions. Not Very easy to communicate with and and really my my dad to to my next fell fell on my only parent so for him to pass away it was a it was a huge blow in many ways combined with that was the fact that good old government came along and stall. It's something in the older one hundred eighty thousand dollars in tax money that he'd been taxed on when he was working in. It's safe for his inheritance. Also full Firs you know. Well he also believed was going to be light to and the government talk hundred thousand dollars of that so everything as I said. The wheels were falling off At this point that was June of twenty nine then around Brown two months ago I had a the beginnings of a very strange illness star. Now I've not managed to shake this thing sense. I basically lost appetite now. This wasn't something that bill up gradually. This wasn't a depression thing although looking back at do field though I was certainly going through the of severe grieving process in May I. I'm sure to a certain degree I still am. But this wasn't something that happened. Gradually over time where I just went off the idea of food this was. This was literally sawdon thing. One Sunday evening. I was having a family meal in my house with my kids. My wife on after the mail I just felt kind of sick and a little bit queasy and since then and that was at the start of February I have not felt hungry once. So it might. My appetite has completely gone and now this is not again as I prefaced at the beginning of the cool. This is a competition. There are many many people ninety nine percent of the people in the wilder. Probably worse off than I am and I'm not trying to do this for simple just trying to paint the picture for you. Not I want to explain how I've managed to navigate through this. It's not the worst thing in the world but for me. It's obviously it's personal so yeah I don't have an appetite. I eat now to to as a function. I don't have any appetite for food. I don't enjoy food I just eat because I have to if I don't eat when which I have tried because it makes no difference to the slate of my stomach. I don't feel any different juuling food before or after other than if I go several hours or a day or more without easing of Doodo see lightheaded and still aching and so I have to. Otherwise you know it makes things was also have gone to the doctors for this thing. I had a ultrasounds which revealed nothing had a cat scan just before the lockdown which. I've not got the results on yet. I was going to get an Indus- KFI on this. But they haven't that's been postponed due to the corona virus outbreak. So that's where I'm at right now. I have no appetite constantly feel feel bloated and gase of tried multiple things as you can imagine as you do you strike on. Google locking multiple possible things I've stopped doing a little bit. Now that this there is no point. I'm at the point in life as Oakland to explain what really there are no questions. I have no questions about any of this. No Do I have answers so that some of the stuff that I've gone through and I want to share with tactics. The I've used over this period to deal with us site from the outset right now. The old version of me would be looking at this thinking. Oh my God. What is the point of continuing almost You know you have this real struggle with the business of switching gears you know. You're doing the libertarian thing. Trying to spread the message. They're trying to build things up again. Almost from scratch. Have these health issues. You know you've by ski not had an appetite for you. Know going on. Two months of lost father You know we're in the middle of this lockdown with corona virus. You know too many people that would be cool as full along full sadness depression panic perhaps or maybe even worse for me right now. I feel more at peace happier than than I've ever done before. And it's quite bizarre. WanNa share with you my philosophy. That's helped me get to this. Get to the stage and maybe it will help you through whatever you're going through so there's really two ways that I feel Of dealing and getting to a solution when you are faced with in faced with adversity in life the first method that most people adopt is forcing change. So we're GonNa talk about that and I'm GonNa give you some tactics on there. And the second route is surrender so the first rule which is forcing change is about looking at your current situation recognizing it's not ideal and doing something about it and it's a future focused solution. It's all about saying look. I don't like this right now but if I do. Xyz In the future that the outcome will be such and such care. If I do something now the outcome will be better in the future. I'll get where I want to be. Things will be how I want them to be and I will get what I'm lacking I will get what I'm missing. I'll I'll complete the jigsaw and solve the problem and solve this issue once and for all and everything will be great okay. So that's the first routes action. I know I'm kind of painting this. You can probably add site tile between the lines. I'm kind of portraying. This is not the ideal solution. So many people is the only solution But there is an alternative is surrender. Which is that a separate. The second option which is more focused on the present moment is not focused on doing something now in order to get something down the line as just focused on. What's happening right now? So I WANNA talk to you about both of these and you can judge for yourself by applying them and seeing which gets you. The results in the outcome. The one so for me being I am now forty. Six years old and having spent twenty years of that. Run my own business. I was all about forcing change. Okay the the solution number one not really was my life. Everything that I did was based around that I am here. I'm point eight. I WANNA get to point B. What do I need to do to get there and I would apply that to everything? Apply to relationships to my business to my cycling efforts to diet to to health to white Anything you think of it. Think of IT FROM ANYTHING POINT OF VIEW. I would look at point. I I'm here point. B. is where I wanna be with this thing. How do I need to get? I have time I've go- resources and I have actions that I can cite. Let me draw up a list of why I need to do now. There's nothing wrong with doing this. I am not saying there's a right and wrong here just from my experience. My personal experience My preference is for solution to but will come onto the wants to tackle this first because it's the most obvious. This is how most people operate on the planet and you might think a why. How could you operate any other way and get what you want? We'll come onto them so if you want to address difficulty adversity and change something that you don't like the best way to do that. Of course is to set goals. Is the number. One proven thing in business in personal development is two sets a goal of. Won't you WANNA achieve your at point? A while is point is no point. Sang off on a mission and drawing. A to do list and starting being busy everyday doing a bunch whole bunch of stuff. He don't even know the direction that you'll headed. Destination is so if you're GONNA set goals you'll need to make sure that specific right in the most specific you can be the better so for example from a white loss point of view. I don't want to lose weight. Just don't want to fit in this dress or fit these trousers. I WANNA lose twenty pounds. I want to have a thirty inch waist or whatever it might be specific. You've got to be timed timeframe on the goal. A date if possible on that goal to move towards that otherwise. It's not going to happen. I'm going to lose weight. You know all I'm gonNA. I'M GONNA get down to thirty inch waist size eventually said timeframe on specific. You'RE GONNA make time you want to measure your progress. You don't just want to go and and head off on your merry way and be self op on you not learn then celebrate when you're you want milestones you want to measure what's your progress. You going forward the aback Egan backwards. The stack them. So you go to measure progress of see need to take consistent action to move toward. Your goal is easy to do that once. You've actually set a timeframe for you've made it as specific as possible and you've really picture in your mind. What is your aiming towards? Also you want to follow a model successful people who've done what you are trying to do. People that have achieved what you're trying to achieve find these people and copy what they've done multiple than following the footsteps and seek experts. If you can now love this is kind of like vicious cycle. You know for example if you really struggle with money it's okay for me to see. Experts have made a lot of money because law. These people would charge money for for the knowledge. They've you know rightfully for the knowledge. That like bill oppose the year so some of this is difficult. But you can still now with the power of the Internet and the time that we currently have available on our hands research whole the riots. He of topics for free using the Internet to actually get expertise without having to hand over money for the for the benefit of that so by doing this by saying these goes time this specific measurable something that you are monitoring your progress on etc. You can focus on the future. You can have hope for the future. You can see a light at the end of the tunnel. You can have an end in mind and you can make plans and then you can get to work and get busy driving and moving a self from why you on now point a way you want to be which is point be so. That's the main way that people do this. They trying to change this situation now. I want to change gears on. I wanted to talk about y number. Two which is surrender for the longest time that is in fact I operate every area of my life using the method number two but more recently over the past year or so. I've been moving into this. Realm of surrender and ray just letting things be as they are now is something. That's very difficult for me to even verbalize in a sense but I wanted to try and pay this pitcher for you because it's helped. There's there's nothing in my life. Does had such a dramatic impact in a positive. Why is this has for me so the opposite of this is what we've spoken about before and it's this idea that we're all separate this is where it all stems from right from the get go. As soon as we're able to communicate with other human beings were my babies are infants. We have this is of separation. There's a me and as a world now all the problems stall with that with that notion that there is you and then over here is is the world that is really the core issue here because what happens is when you have this concept of an individual you and being separate to everything else and then there's the world and everything else separates it to you. Everything else stems from that. So what happens is they're they're starts You know this concept of lack this idea that the something wrong that there's something missing because if you are if you see yourself as a separate individual there's this idea that you look out into the world of everything else nurse and you see everything that you've you feel a sense of lacking compared to other people you look. All the people's houses caused lifestyles facebook posts bank accounts you know celebrities on TV and so on and you start to have this sense of left. They are at point. B I'm appoint a I am don't have what they have. How do I get what they've got? So I can get from where I am to where I want to be an becomes this whole future-driven world where everybody is focused on what they can do to get to a future that is better than the current situation. Now anybody can see this. You've never even stop to think about this. But now he's a perfect time to do it. Almost everyone in life goes through life focused on the future. Everything seems to be goal orientated. You know I'm doing this doing this. Keep fit routine. Sorry the I can lose white so that I can fin to address so I can look good so I can get partners so that I can feel good about myself so the Phil. Stop me Thinking that I'm not loved and I'm not worth it for example. All if I you know work really hard. I'll be not spun my boss. He'll give me a promotion. I'll get more money. I can use that money to buy a bigger house in a fast car and look after my family more and therefore feel more valuable unlike. I'm really leaving a legacy behind. So you can look law of your actions in some cases all of your actions and they all have this highly convoluted domino system. Lay Down into the future of why you're actually doing them. So even when people are walking their dog or their you know riding a bike who whatever you know that mowing the lawn. I'm GonNa Mouth alone so that looks neat and tidy so the neighbors don't think I'm some kind of Lazy Ass Douchebag for example. I'm not saying these are always the case. I'm just trying to dive into people's Random person had to talk about what that motivations might be again. There's nothing wrong with this. This is how we've been taught to operate we've been told that was separate so everything else and if we want to move forward in life we need to recognize the gap of from where we ought to where we want to be and we need to fill it with action in time actions taking place in time however this concept of surrender goes beyond all of that and bicycle size. There isn't wrong there. Isn't anything wrong with anything you know? There isn't any there isn't any sense of of lack. There is no separate me in the world over here is just a a unified one unified collection of everything. Now this is a little bit esoteric is a little bit spiritual you might think is little bit woo but you can think about practically and when I first started investigating this and I have been investigating this kind of area for at least fifteen years. It doesn't take much imagination and doesn't even need imagination at all to be on us to realize that this is the case people say no. I'm I am separate. I'm a separate thing and you know it's me and then there's the universe is not you know there's no separate what what do you mean. I'm not Paul this thing separate. I'm a moving thing. Go Free will I can do. I want and I can turn this off list to this and push switch ultimately where all the result of the Big Bang. You know if we trace everything back everything that is happening and have has ever happened as a result. If you even believe the Big Bang which I do but you may maybe don't is a result of that initial creation of the universe. That was a huge explosion. It leads Chelsea and all the planets and all the stars being born and then the formulation of water on the planet than on is just a constant explosion right and people say will separate to that. I'm I'm here inside here. I've got this internal voice. I'm separates will of that. Is the world out there. And there's me here as well try just for weekend. Just as an exercise tried living separate to the world try living without oxygen. Try living without food. Try Living without gravity. Try Living Without the planet earth. You know everything is an inter connected system and this isn't a spiritual thing. This is just a fact you know they even know now. For example at trees don't exist in isolation trees actually communicate with one through the APP tiny electronic signals on the ground. And they believe it's almost like a neural network. Now with enforce that communicate with one another they will send nutrients from healthy trade will send nutrients to other trees are the worst off. So everything is connected. You know everything is connected. Everything is in this one connection so when you start to investigate these kind of issues and I said I did water. Is this go deep? It makes you realize and appreciate the everything is just as it is the number one. The number one the only fools of stress that you'll ever experienced the only reason that you have stress is because you are arguing and fighting against what is Europe. You're arguing fighting against reality member. We spoke about the bottomless pit. You're arguing and fighting against that. Bottomless pit now. This may raise a whole series of questions in your mind. You might think goes. Cheney lost his marbles you might think well that's fine but she'll go free will if I'm not an individual. What am I you know? Where does this leave me? What am I supposed to do? Are you saying that? What about people dying? What about people poverty? Surely that is a lack there. All of these questions. Obsolete will enter your mind when you first encounter this kind of stuff and the only thing that you can do is investigate. Investigate yourself as say. Try and accept and surrenders wars happening. Why found is when you just let everything be as is and you focus on the current moment rather them building towards any kind of future. Everything continues to happen. Everything remains the same. This is famous. Zen saying Buddhist Zen saying chop would get water get enlightened get would get water. You know. Trump would get this idea that everything keeps going on just because you have this realization just because you wake up to this. It doesn't stop everything from happening. Which is the most bizarre thing about it? You don't have to die right you don't have to drive it. Food is going to happen anyway. More of this acceptance so this is a bit of left field episode of. Welcome your opinions on this. Please feel free to email me reply to any emails send out. Let me know what you think about this episode. We can message me over on FACEBOOK DOT COM to such my nine on facebook. A be intrigued sealed tight on this. But that's where I am. Currently what's helped me? If you think it's all hype shit totally fine by me. You can always try method number one outlined instead but either way. I hope this helped you hope it shed some light on things that might help you get through doc time or tricky time in your life and say do mastermind. Let me know what you think arts. I'll see you on the next episode. You've been listening to the Michael. Chaney show create your own wealth and protected against taxation turmoil and tyranny over at Michael Chamie DOT com.

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