18 Burst results for "Gary Chalk"

"gary chalk" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:11 min | 4 months ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Who knows what they don't know so because those two characteristics is a lot of plus model false advice a lot of advice that relates to the person giving it but might not relate someone else yes understand that a lot of people would think that because of certain things that successful they forget the power of luck and there's a lot of books about his they forget extra analogies that might have led to the success that didn't know or they're not miss certain things that led them to being successful so they assume they succeeded to one reason. Giving this advice as hey this is the reason succeed but it could misleading or could be a small piece of a much bigger puzzle. So that's been a big faithful me. I've just not really finding it. But just something. I'm i'm talking a lot about is that he's be careful. You're listening to many people getting closer to my son. I love that. And you know one thing that i really respect about gary chalk is he loves saying that. Hey i'm only great in really knowledgeable about two or three things like that's it and i talk about those things over and over and over again so yeah i'm repeating myself all the time like i admit i'm repeating myself because these are the things that i know to be true and everything else is outside of my lane i just. I don't know that by the way is a very freeing notion fire nation. Like nobody's going to expect you or should expect you to know everything about everything because hey you don't want to be good at everything. But he master of none like you wanna be a master at one. Amazing thing and that bruce lee quotes..

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"gary chalk" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

03:19 min | 4 months ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"And that's what we have for the balance of the show again. We will sing live after the recorded duet and then after the show voting opens in. You'll just email me in one name and that is the name you wanna have as the winner and you will have from the seasoning all the way until next monday at midnight and here we go one of those things that you will be able to talk about. Having had a hand in all these years later jason. Pet writing. And i have never been able to figure it out. What is the sound bite between fifty four wieners and dog shitting peach seeds. What is the sound bite between those I'll now i'm intrigued. Let's figure it out too far troll problem in the crackle sean tono huge. What mrs jason. That's gary viner chuck v gary vader. Chuck saying listen. Lavar laverne ius cole's former wide receiver of the new york. Jets if you know anything about gary chalk. He's a huge new york jets. Fan actually would like to own the new york jets at some point and we were talking about laverne ius calls and i believe at that time. Brett farve was going to be or was the quarterback of the new york. Jets if you believe that and lavern was running his fat he apper and gary said hey laverne ius listen. Lavonia shut your face. That's will happen jason. there you go. That is the origin story of that particular. Sound drop within. And what's shar bono..

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"gary chalk" Discussed on Altered Geek

Altered Geek

06:00 min | 5 months ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on Altered Geek

"Work. That's why you write a movie that that features all that so you can go on vacation there. Yes yes yes yes But yeah now. I mean that would be awesome and it's so funny because we're coming up on ten. Yeah yeah it's been about ten eleven years since we've done those original interviews so it's been ten years since we talked last. I think yeah. It has the only time we ever did talk to him. So yeah left to talk to him again for for innovated twenty eleven. Yeah so we've talked to david. Kay twice. I've talked to gary chalk twice. Yeah i'll have to get those guys back on. Especially since kingdom is is kingdom and worth twenty five years of beast wars for me number five would be and i don't know how i would do this. But because they are so big. I would have to find a focus too. You know like one avenue like one package kind of thing. Attend san diego comic con and new york city. Comecon taller. my friend. no i i know i'm prob- again. This is why it's on a bucket list most of your items on your bucket list. A good majority of them don't ever really achieve. Unless somehow you become a millionaire. Yeah some of mine. Are you know attainable. But well yes. In most of mine i think are attainable. But it's just. That was the one where i'm like. Hey i spent six hours in twenty ten or twenty twelve on a call with radio. Free cyber raanan. We went through everything. Stc saturday that year. So if i can spend six hours on a skype call. I'm sure i can figure out a way to get in. Hey i'm closer now to sec. I've ever been living in washington state. I'm closer to being not in michigan. The truth exactly. Hey we could go to. Stc e. c. c. Which is in ruled song emerald city comic con up in seattle seattle. Three hours away. I can get there. i not see. Yeah sure i don't know but it's like s. d. c. in nyc see. Were always those. Sec is the summer show. Nyc is kind of the the fall winter show because it usually happens in october new york. And i just always wanted to do that. I guess next for you would be what.

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"gary chalk" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

Reinvention Radio

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

"Love where it's going. I love where where it is but to key for me as long as we still have a family feel succeeding but We do believe that podcast in person best will scale to the size of like an over time because we're creating an umbrella brand called creator village and we own fast pod fast and all these other brands correlate underneath it so we do believe it will eventually be the largest Collection of influencers in the world. Come together it's amazing wayne. I love it. The main thing is another sound. Funny i try not to work with event planners Sound very ironic because they. They're to trains in their system. And we try and do things a little differently in the community comes first and the interactions come first and sometimes event planners are trained to do things on a system in our system doesn't work like that. It's very white glove. It's very it's very high touch and we know kind of what we're doing so we try and find really unique individuals that want to do something different to make an impact but don't mind working really long hours when it's time when we're doing these events and putting that time in after obviously we take little breaks to recover but right now we're in the hunt. We have five hundred twenty. People were excited. And we're we're looking to not only break. The guinness world record we set but shattered. Wayne's that answer your question one hundred percent. I think named job a few people that i greatly look up to people like gary chalk and tony shay share in fact well someone that i travel all the way from singapore to las vegas to the snap. Assist you to try to actually record interview with him by last know he put out a last moment but before i left. He's hugh beauty yet. She gave me a book and he wrote a message. If you have a dream you have an idea that dream bigger so there was also of my inspiration for going to podcast and doing this. Podcast asia. I really look forward to collaborate with you. And of course steve as well the biggest would say people admire and look up to the water park costing so we'll hope to have several issue all of you thank you and and just you know pod global this time around is dedicated in memory of tony. Shay of delivering happy. Now see he really impacted me early on. He had sent correspondence whenever i would. Email them in their early days. And we're dedicating this In his memory and wanting to carry his message forward of treating everybody like the special individuals they are and delivering happiness through pod. Global so Thank you for mentioning that all right. Thanks wayne hanging out with us. Here and We'll go over to raven here in just a second. Just want to remind you that. If you have a question for chris i will try to keep the q. And a. open here for for a little while longer. Probably take a couple more questions. Abba went obviously be respectful of christmas. Time if this is your first hanging out with us and club pod welcome at. Please make sure you put your thumb there on that little greenhouse at the top. Join us in club. Pod if you are not a member and then of course invite other people in. We have quickly become the largest podcasts club here on clubhouse which is awesome. And thanks to you guys so thank you for that and of course the more the merrier..

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"gary chalk" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

05:05 min | 11 months ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on Uncommon

"Maybe delve into it as much as they could question. 'cause i found some of the interviews Do you go about a late on you. Reference gary chalk and yeah most of the stuff that you can always about social and fashion. I love renovating. I love interior design and that process will sourcing unique stings. I hate having everyone else has i. I know like. I always try and look confide for something a bit different you. Yeah i always fighting different little unique things. Here's interiors but also maybe health and wellness to because that is so important to running a business now and it's something that i probably didn't take seriously Probably until that kurban happened actually having lunch break or having dinner to said in time sitting make you a green smoothie in the morning Things actually make you feel better to perform. I should do a better job at what you're doing to support you because you forget about that element we're taking care of the basics like you said social. Yeah more thing. Yeah it is. It's a similar thing. I wanna see some rapid fire questions today. We were speaking before about your morning routine. I guess what ed neither. You currently doing to decompress. If at all. I have just recently completed watching the.

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"gary chalk" Discussed on Elevate Others

Elevate Others

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on Elevate Others

"Your message out there for cheaper and everyone's at home, so that tension on these platforms all time high right by because everyone's on-the-spot from their home all day. They're scrolling. They have nothing to do. There's no work no distracting. Everyone's on these up on social media is at an all time. High usage and costs are at like a two year low I. Mean you triple down on that? That's you look at that spread. You triple down you, don't you don't? Don't just say okay. We're GONNA keep advertising going you triple down and one of our clients did they average forty five thousand dollars a month in sales before the pandemic, they hit six hundred thousand last month in sales four hundred thousand a month before they tripled down their advertising budget in got better results because it was cheaper for myself. I started doing perfectly mentored live on facebook. The results are have been better than any podcasts ever put out because I understood attentions. Their people are there. Give them something. It's incredible because you saw that. And you had the foresight to see what was there, but that type of immense them to give to your clients, not only during the pandemic day make money whether able to help their clients, which came from you, but you think about how they scaled afterwards, and once it started opening up again and everybody. You know started getting out there. And, speaking a perfectly your mentor, it's the podcast blown me away. It really has between Tim Story who I absolutely love. I love listening to him. We aligned with our with our message You know the founder of Click Finals Russell Brunson which a lot of our listeners would know. You had the CEO of CHIAPPA fight. I mean huge bulletproof coffee. I mean here's a guy I love this because he's like me, he wants to live forever, but it's so diversified and to have Gary Banner Chuck's brand director on you don't look for one niche. Niche. You're looking to bring everything together and I think that that's what makes your podcast so amazing and why? I want to promote that podcast because my job again is to elevate others and bring the people on where other people can go, they can listen to and get that foresight. What is it like? How do you pick and choose because you have? There's so many different niches in there, but they all have one common element share that with us. What is it that you think about when you want to have a guest on whether? Whether or not to have them on, honestly, it's selfish. I started perfectly mentored. Because you know Gary Chalk. He was one of the first people on the podcast was on, because he told me to start a podcast and annoyed him. same thing with Damon Johnny Lloyd Him until he said you're not gonNA stop arguing I, said no, and he's like do twenty episodes I'll come up and that's the reason..

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"gary chalk" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

13:35 min | 1 year ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

"What's going on everybody. Welcome to another episode of the podcast super excited to share this episode with you which was one of my authentic conversations. I hosted a couple of weeks back and now I'm sharing with you and it's on the topic of why I believe. Motivation sucks and what you can do instead. He'd like to learn more about those authentic conversations joining those Friday live webinars via video. You can do so by going to Ryan James Miller dot com slash events and posting them. There you can email me Ryan Ryan James Miller Dot Com and if you really just want to stay up to date on all the things that I'm doing where I'm speaking content. I'm sharing just other tips tricks and tidbits subscribed to my email list. I promise I'm not going to spam you Sharon just weekly content trying to add as much value as possible and as a matter of fact another thing that I've recently added as I've partnered with an organization called grossly and through that organization. I'm able to offer referral rewards for people that are sharing a the email newsletter with their friends with their colleagues. You can earn really cool. Things like Journals and books and hats and just other branded merchandise and some other cool things. They'll be adding down the line. So you're GonNa want to subscribe to that email last. Make sure that it's white listed that it's in your priority in box and doesn't get caught up in spam super appreciate your continued support and now. Here's another authentic conversation for you. Sharon through the podcast on. Why motivation sucks and what you should be doing instead. Take Care of talk to you soon. Our guys here. We go week six weeks six of authentic conversations. I am super thankful for you joining me. Today it's crazy to think that you are willing to set aside time to listen to some of the things that I have to say a hopefully there's continued value. I know that over the course of the last six weeks of had quite a few a returning attendees which I guess it means that you either have nothing better to do at eleven o'clock Pacific Time on a Friday or there's value here so I'm going to hope for the latter a with that just a couple of reminders throughout this conversation one way this morning if you have any questions if you have any thoughts feel free to pop them into the A. or the chat and I'm going to try and do my best to jump into those things on the fly so just know that that's their if not this is just GonNa be all one way really wished that I was in person with you. Guys being able to do this but So be the situation that we're in right now also because we are six weeks into this And seeing so many of the people that I'm familiar with that have joined us this morning. I just WanNa say to you guys that I know that you know I care about you. I hope you're doing well. I hope you're able to be productive. A positive in the midst of this. I know it can be extremely challenging. You know we go through these interesting stages The first one is kind of like the honeymoon. Phase where things are just so different and kind of chaotic that it's easy to keep our. Drennan up and get excited and then we start trying to reframe our mindset our habits days or weeks to figure out what the current normals GonNa look like and then we get into this maybe third stage which is probably where most of us are as. Now it's like now. What do I do do I do? I continue to do the things that I've been doing over the last five weeks Do I try something new? Go back to the way I was before. I don't know So to you all I just want to encourage you and say the fact that you've made it. This far is amazing If you feel like you are not making it. I want you to know that I am here. This is not a pitch. This is not anything other than me begging of you to reach out to me anybody else for that matter but definitely me if you have any needs questions if you have a financial need right now if you're sitting on this. Webinar and you are unemployed if you're struggling financially if you've been furloughed reach out to me and I will find a way to do what I can to help provide for your needs. There's just too much to go around for you to be struggling financially to put the very basic needs in front of yourself and your family so other than that. Let's get going you're GonNa talk negative and then we're going to drive into the positive but one of the things that I'll say right out of the gate is usually what catches people's attention. Maybe that's why you're here so you've heard me say this before and I'm just gonNA come right out and say it. I believe that motivation sucks. I don't like it. I am not a big fan of motivation. As a matter of fact I oftentimes. We'll have people reach out to me. had a lady yesterday and she wanted to know if I was interested in doing a motivational talk for team. That was struggling. That was Kinda check out. That wasn't doing well at home and I understand that she's saying they need a pump up but I'm like I don't. I don't WanNa be a motivational speaker. You're like I'm glad I can get you excited. I'm glad I can get you fired up for a few minutes but I just don't like motivation and here's why I believe that motivation than the majority. The mass majority of the motivation. That League get is external. It's coming from sources outside of US and so as the result of that. It's not sustainable. So let me let me give you a quick of that and you know we've all been here. Maybe this is going to happen to you this morning and I wish it wouldn't. I'm glad to some degree it does but I wish it because of the negative long-term result so we go to a conference. We we watch a movie. We we watch Michael Jordan playing in the eighty six playoffs during the second episode of the last dance last Sunday on. Espn phenomenal. It just pumps you up just to see the drive and determination that Michael Jordan had from a young age when he was told his older brother was better than him that pushed him. That drove him. That got really excited and that that that that just that made him the player that he ended up becoming probably the greatest player arguably the greatest player to ever play professional basketball. So we watch that. We hear that and we get all excited. We're so fired up. We're motivated. I WANNA go take on my dream to. I'm GONNA use fuel. I'M GONNA use that excitement. I'm GONNA use everything that I heard and MJ's story or Tony Robbins Story. Or Whoever Oprah's story whoever Ryan Miller story see how I put myself but really bear story. That's what's driven them to be successful. You will not gain sustainable dependable motivation from one of those people and as a matter of fact the shame that I often find. Is We go to these events? We watch these movies or these videos. We get all fired up. We all excited when we get our email. The inbox every single morning with our favorite motivational quotes or word or video. And then repeat her out and we fail. We fail to take the steps forward that we were so fired up to take just a few minutes ago when Tim Ferriss told us that we can have a four hour workweek to in instead of driving us to be motivated and to be excited and to pursue the things that we want to pursue. We end up feeling worse. We're ashamed because now not only were we not good enough to get it going on our own. But now we've had this person or these people firing us up and that didn't work either and we fall into these pits of shame and frustration and a lack of value and a lack of worthiness. So that's why I say motivation sucks it's provocative and that's why part of the reason. I say it but I mean. External motivation isn't all it's cracked up to be. And as a matter of fact it really holds little value in helping us to create and live and achieve the life that we want for ourselves so on that note. Hopefully that was my ten minute plea for you to look somewhere else. You've heard me talk about it before but every bit of motivation. That is going to be sustainable for you. Must come from within. So we're GonNa talk very practically got four things that I wanNA talk. I don't want to share about as it relates to achieving goals. And this is coming from a guy right you. Many of you know I set no goals in two thousand nineteen. I began two thousand twenty. I say began without setting any goals. Again I now have one. I'm not ready to share that yet but I I have to some degree but it's still getting baked out But but that doesn't mean that I don't have things that I desire. That doesn't that. Don't have things that I that I want or chief just means that my my life my disciplines my habits are wrapped around or pointed at goals. But I think they're valuable and as a matter of fact during times like this. They are extremely valuable so long as they're right goals. I shared this with a group of guys that I have had the pleasure and privilege to be working with In in a group. Coaching program the last couple of months and I shared with them that the day. Before I heard Gary Chalk who I listen to pretty regularly. I think he's got some great things to say in a nutshell he said where all you with your five year plans now. I mean come on think about it. If you had a five year plan that ended anytime after March Fifteenth Twenty Twenty. It's probably been pretty screwed up as a matter of fact the chances of you achieving that are GonNa take a complete refrain if you have any hopes of achieving that big long plan host March fifteenth. Two Thousand Twenty. Because that's the core team kicked in and that's when everything that we had set out to do what our days looked like. Our weeks looked like our months. Look like our years look like our job look like our lifelock like it's just different. Uncontrollable circumstances could a real kink in our plan. So you need to make sure that you think through what goals you're setting how you're setting them in the purpose by which you're setting them so four things that I want to talk about as it relates to achieving goals number one And I'll just share these and then I'm going to work through them number one is you've got to break the gold down. It's it's great to set a goal. It's significantly more important to break that goal down into Into A few sections. I'm GONNA share that. Secondly is if you want to achieve any goal you need to have disciplined structure to your days your weeks months your year. GotTa happen so number two. You'd be disciplined structure to how how how you are productive on a day annandale basis number. Three if you're going to set.

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"gary chalk" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

12:43 min | 1 year ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"I really can't I had. I had a few things that fell through. You know a ball to figure Thought I could flip it for a modest profit and I couldn't and I was stuck with a figure I didn't bother need And then I've basically their head to just break even at some point or is still in a box somewhere? We're almost the rainmakers fit into this. Yes okay yes I did. I didn't ask you that. Yeah I understand again. I did find at the time. The rainmakers were still fairly scarce at the time and I did find a say it at for retail at target and I was asking about fifteen dollars more than retail because I was trying to get just enough bit of across it to make the refrigerator gifts it a little bit more in line. You know just trying to knock the price down a little bit because I was paying more for the yet but I was still selling them cheaper than what most places online. We're selling them for. They were selling them for one hundred twenty two one hundred fifty and I was asking like a hundred bucks so I mean yeah by the way Don thank you for hooking up me and Matt both with rainmaker set that cost. They know pry fair thing to add here as much as we make jokes about you in that rainmaker set trying to flip this right but I figured I don't mind helping anybody find anything if I can but as also the fact that if I'm if I'm selling something cheaper than everybody else's selling it and I'm being up front about it I would like to thank you know I'm trying to be honest about it. You know I wasn't trying to do. Nobody was just like if I can make twelve thirteen bucks on the set. Then that makes my refractory gift set more costs a little bit less may is more retail cost so you is back to the question at hand like I would like to an example of of you can think of a don steele. Probably that would be impeached. Seven eleven optimus but because I was able to use Ebay a coupon code. That was good for only one day and the seller accepting my best offer which got me the MP seven eleven that was only available at seven elevens in Japan for one hundred fifty dollars and that that was a three fifty four fifty toy. So that's probably one of the but it took a lot of finagling and also good luck to Sold my star wars at at one of the one of the last ad as they did. That wasn't the first order version to pay. Because I wanted that masterpiece. Seven eleven optimus. I just wound up getting it for cheaper than I thought. Okay we have one more question We did not make the show notes. But I like this so I'm going to. I'm going to call an audible here and make sure we get that in this month. So jared ask on the discord. Are there any recent figures or accessories? But I mean you know call one thing that you could see or would like or want to see be reissued with a better deco or extra accessories parts such as a smaller figure more weapons etc four selector. Encore the near future Well if if there's any characters left that wasn't covered in siege I would like to see some sage moles with no battle damage. Yes that would be a clean deco if if there's some characters that could get from the bye dot colonial magnus for Matt you know he wanted. He wanted the doctor. The Magnusson died doc. Loan if we could get some of these things without the battle damage again. I know what they were trying to go for sage. I understood what they were trying to do. But for the selects. I think a clean deca would be better just to give some people some options. 'cause you notice that they did take a lot of the bowel damage off as the line progressed. I mean varied. It seemed like they. They saved up above the battle damage and put it on eight faith at once for example. Yeah here's like Sorta like when they were doing powercor combines and they had all that all sparked blue on the porch is like they had plenty of blue left the movie line and they're trying to find some way to get rid of it. I like that color dog. Yeah I was just like it was on everything. It did not blend in with the rest of the toy. Jill you WANNA make the connecting point less visible. Although I think actually it was they wanted the opposite thing. They wanted the connection points to stand out on those toys right well. They half of them probably did. I have to know what was going on at Hasbro and then you know the the other half of the toys that third half of the toys. You just never saw anywhere so it didn't matter anyway right but You know I again. I think that would be a very good thing for a lot of people because there's a lot of deck oes that you can get other characters. I love it but they would wanNA play as a as a more of a clean deco versus that encore so much in encore. That could be done from the past. Both G one mobile's I think all of us here would like to see. Okay I don't know how affordable beyond the hell would sale Omega supreme as a mega him all a I mean I'm just saying example That would be something they would be. That would be a good like DC. We'll see what's going on. That could be a really weird you know but great mean a convention exclusive same note to. I mean for g one encore stuff like Scorpion knocking black. Eric would be a perfect thing to throw out there. Yeah I would like to see them. Reissue blacks Eric. Even if it is just the G. One Mole. Because I don't think we're we've not seen any titans redone except basically grand maximus from fortress Maximus in Japan other than that. There's not been a real re-use of these titans molded. The big hundred toys so encore recently has been more about doing stuff from like the beast era and they're about so like in that capacity of toys. What would you most want to see? Come back as an encore toy with better. Qc Than God fire convoy Black Arachnophobia. As our see as an image to the con- toy used to like with a with a distinctly different Deco-. That certainly wouldn't be out of the question right. Yeah that would be. That'd be the first thing I would think of For people that would like the Matron Mo the first negative mold you can go with t rex again. That's a very a very out of the way mobile you can do that One more Think you're see they've done they've done. Primal is burning convoy. I guess I guess if they did that. With you. Know Lio convoy. They can make him into Galvan convoy in those dark purples and and blacks and stuff which would be a very interesting with the mold. We could a few tweaks but that could be a very interesting. That mold my choice for this for the encore would be to follow suit with the Micron Macron and the Blue Big convoy and get Leo Conroy. But in those lucky draw colors we saw from the bar event last year yes in black and red. Yep I remember that that would virk. Okay so we're running to what I want to go through the Bison hold pretty quick so we can get adequate attention leaving money on the table before we wrap up for this month so our first buy sell hold toys with gold plastic old gold plastic or new gold plastic. You know I don't. I don't yet trusts that. New Gold Plastic is going to be any better in the long run than old gold plastic. So let's just all assume is the same thing. Okay it depends on how much you like to character. If it's if it's a character that you like hold onto it until something better comes along that does not have those issues If if it's something that you've got let's say you bought one on card and you don't like it and you. It's not something that you really wanted to do. And you know it's not dust in the package You know 'cause you know back in the eighties. They hit a lot of really bad plastic quality. We go go blast syndrome so I would say if you if not fair you have an attachment four and you really don't care go ahead and get rid of it before it does break. 'cause maybe someone out there needs that figure intact. Say You got to G to G to slingshot that still intact on the card. There are people like Brian who need a new G. to slingshot because they were pain. Yeah it's I mean it's it's still schrodinger toy because you don't know if it's still broken the package or not but you can at least have you can at least have one. That looks like it's in good shape and not Apollo dust and if someone else needs it and you don't want go ahead go ahead and sell it but if it's a character you might like say you love razor beast and you have randy from the Japanese line yet. Don't take him out the package. Don't touch him hold onto him until something else has told me. He gets his masterpiece. Figure or encore or is encore. And then go from there. So John De Luna. Why don't you throw it our next buy sell? Hold go mind if I do. I like this one by seller hold packaging. That's a terrible question to ask me. That's a terrible question because I just bought two reaction figures for the packaging on the wall about optimism magnetron just put them on the wall for the packaging. I would think that again. It's going to be specific because when generations universe classics I came out. I was buying two of everything because I love the packaging. I love design. I Love the art work. I had even on my old photo bucket album. I came to get it now. I had all the stuff on card on the wall because I love that. Packaging the trade dress. Everything about that. I loved but as time went on. I sold my duplicates. I kept my loose wins on the shelf I have bought figures just for the packaging. the reaction figures. I Been Bongo bots again go. I've already got but I want them on the card because the card art is something speaks to me But if it's if it's a common figure like let's say you go out and you buy Studio Series Cock Man. It's a safe bet that you don't need the packaging for him because he's not going to be up he's he's not going to be shooting up in value for some reason so go ahead and trash it just want to keep the stand for display. That comes with US studio series figures but if this art is something unique like say for example Netflix. Ultra Magnus. It's it's basically a gigantic blonde box. You might want to keep it for resale value if you wind up not liking the figure or if you like it is. The packaging itself is kind of unique. There's also a blind box basically so if you don't need it and you can just recycle it. Go ahead and do that. It's it's very characters specific. I think for what you want your collection. I think you hit pretty good distinction in here too. Though like a lot of time like vintage stuff that you can get that you get with the packaging. Yeah you're going to keep that packaging modern stuff. There's almost no reason to keep the packaging with that unless you've got like packaging variant or it's like I've got I've got I've got a second optimus primal transmittal because it's the pink when the chrome was running a little more on the pink side that Gary Chalk signed. Oh okay yeah then we. Yeah but I'm just saying if I had wound up buying a second optimus primal because mine broke and it was just a regular blue monkey..

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"gary chalk" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on Code Story

"It. Have you ever spent a bunch of time? Brainstorming email subject lines only to be disappointed by the open rate why not just text to users and said S. Open rates are ninety eight percent. Send out a download link to your APP. Let us know about a new release or provide two-way customer support. Simple texting makes it easy tax code story to five five five eight eight eight and get an instant demo and fifty percent off your first month. Seriously grab your phone right now and do it. Text code story all caps all one word to five five eight eight eight data and message rates apply use texts to instantly connect with new and existing users. Today sign up at simple texting dot com slash coat story. Dial into that first episode a little bit more. You know you talked about grabbing. Hold of what you could grab a hold of and and just going for it right and in doing that and most people building. Mvp's an early versions prototypes of product. They gotta grab a hold of what they know and then just built so and in doing that they have to make decisions and trade offs in the short term in the hopes of getting something out there. So what sort of decisions and trade us you have to make while you were doing that I was one person and when I listened to my inspiration which is like this American life and radio lab. You hear the credits at the end. And there's twenty people on those shows. I knew I couldn't make a show that good like die. I just knew that from the beginning and so I kind of switched my inspiration to try to find shows that were similar to what I wanted to make but were made by one or two people and I did find if you showed the show criminal is made by two people They have a third person at the beginning. That kind of did some mixing but they would have been okay which is to people right so they had three but they would have been okay we too. And then there was a couple of other shows like First Day back was another one that I found I was like oh my Gosh. One person made this is crazy. In millennial was another one I gave one person can make these shows and they're not like the best shows out there but they're but they're what I wanNA make right then? That's kind of the bar. I need to set in so I I went from amazingly great podcast of this American life to do something that was just like okay. There's a lot less whizbang in some of these other winds. There's a lot less you know Polish and I think that's okay. Hey I think this story is going to be able to stand up still and I think I can learn over time and you know get better that was I think the biggest trade offs just knowing that I'm a one person show here and there's only so much can do and there's so many times where I was working on an episode in the early days where I know the episode needed more time but I just couldn't spend more time on it like after you spend one hundred hours on something that is just going to be listened to for like a half an hour. You know it's like okay. How much time do I really so I just kind of put a cap on things? Even though I know it should have been better. I had to just give up after awhile until I mean those are some of the trade offs. I think as you start to release episodes. How did you progress the show? How did you progress? The pod and end mature you went about making the show how you went about producing the show and even if applicable growing your team listener feedback was crucial at the beginning. So I wanted to know you know elect like I was saying earlier. When did you turn it off? How many episodes that you listen to. How many people do to tell to listen? You know at the these are the kind of some interesting things I needed to know. And then once I get those answers I can. I can kind of dial into it and say okay. What what part did you turn off or did I do the story justice? I did a lot of tweaking based on right so I I learned a lot one of the most important things to me was to make sure I was factual about what I was reporting. Or storytelling on so really really dive into the news and crime reports whatever police reports and stuff to make sure it was doing right so I was asking a lot of people who knew the story as well. How close was I to the truth? And then they would tell me like oh you got it right but there was this or that and so I would learn how to improve the research as well so yeah I mean I was just getting a lot of listener feedback at the beginning when I knew that the show was great right so without even asking people for feedback. I was getting people telling me like at all and more or I sat my family down to listen to it and they love it or I just can't get enough of this. Can you just please give me more? I knew I knew I just had. I had something at that point to just kind of put kerosene on and set it on fire and say let's do this and it was kind of early that I got that you know like four six episodes and people are like yes the ass this is what. How do I help you to the point where you can just do this? Fulltime supply me tons of episodes because this is great. But it's important to have that before going forward right and it's Kinda like you said that. Mvp of making sure that whatever problem you're solving is really solving it for the for the people for the customers in this case listeners. And so I mean I have tried to market it or or tried to make money on it and all that but that was not an intention because I wanted to make sure it was good I i WanNa make sure the audience loved it before going forward and that was a critical part of growing it. Another thing was just practice. Like I knew I had to put out like fifteen or twenty episodes before I felt confident at doing this and so to me. It was kind of a race at the beginning. How can I just get through that as fast as again? And so at the beginning I was actually doing weekly episodes now. I do every other week. I just really wanted to experience under my belt as well as a competitive advantage to like some of my competitors because at after I launched. Kinda saw that there were a few other shows similar to mine saw so I WANNA be like this new guy anymore. I kind of want like fifteen or twenty episodes out there so it seems like Oh. Wow this guy You know has been around for a while. I was just trying to get as many as I could out to practice to get feedback on into get that competitive edge as well as finding the stories took a lot of effort to kind of the first phase of it all. Oh and finding my voice right like what I was saying earlier is practicing all kinds of different podcasters voices like lots of different accents and styles and methods. I was imitating Aaron. Minke and Malcolm Gladwin IRA glass and and the people at Radio loud and so many other podcasters to see what is it like. What is my show sound like in that style you know after like twenty or thirty episodes? I finally found my style that I kind of feel comfortable with or as mine and at this point. I don't even know where I took it from because I just kept taking it from all these places that it's it's all just kind of melded into one and I think those were kind of early days as well of growing everything so looking at dark nick. Diaries looking what you've built. You've got great listener feedback. People can't get enough. You've got great stories. You've found your voice. How did you figure out what was next? Do we'll next. I knew was marketing. And just getting the thing to spread. I think there's three phases to podcasting. One is to make a great podcast which I think is by far the hardest part without making something great. You're GONNA have a hard time marketing. It you're gonNA have a hard time getting it off the ground so you need to start with the great so I felt like I had that part done. And then the next phase is marketing and in the last phases sustaining it or otherwise making money off of it right so keeping it going is kind of hard and making money helps doing now. The next phase was marketing yet. So I had about three thousand twitter followers at the time when I started so that was a place to market it. I also had a blog. That was pretty popular and I was able to put a nice little banner on. They're saying listen to this podcast. And so just on. Average about seven clicks a day from that banner and that was really good to seven new listeners. A day just from my blog is a nice funnel and still to this date. There's nothing that has more referral links on my own block which I've been featured in New York Times and and virgin you know all these other places so finding that all these other big publications can't send more traffic to my blog to my website to my podcast own little blog. But yeah I mean these places that I was starting at in. It wasn't a big boost. It was seven today. That was kind of what I was looking at is. How can I make this ten a day? How can I make this twelve a day? You know new new clicks to my website news listeners. And so I was doing things like okay. Gary Chalk really kicked my butt mentally and said you need to produce thirty pieces of content day on social media so as I'm fine I'll try your way because I really. I mean this is what I do. I try everyone's method to see what method is most effective to me so I made an instagram. I made a facebook. I made a link. Din made of sub Grad. I made all these places and I said okay. Let's just post here like crazy so I sat up Edgar. I don't know I queued up like three months or six months where the content and then I told it to publish it like once a day or twice a day and so it would kind of cycles through a ton of post queued up so it took me like three weeks to queue up all these posts and pretty much way. I would do it. Like two out of ten posts would be self promotion like listen to this podcast. Or here's a quote from my podcast. And then the other like eight out of ten posts were inspirational or crazy news that I read or something funny. A lot of them were jokes and memes and just kind of putting content out there so that would be shared and uploaded and recycled and people would find being followed me and you know because you wanna lead with just give them content straightaway on social media. Don't make them go to another website to get the content so if I was giving them something wild or crazy or an interesting just instantly then that was more likely for them to follow me and if they're following me now it's more likely for me to get them to listen so I kinda knew this funnel. I went crazy on social media. My goal is to get to ten thousand followers on all the platforms. So ten thousand followers and inscribed thousand followers on twitter ten thousand followers on facebook. I did meet that goal but it took about a year and with this like this kind of I don't know it's something magic about ten thousand. Where kind of unlocks extra features like an instagram? You get to do things at ten thousand you could tell like add links shoe stories basically and some other stuff but there's also something we're when you post it. It's a lot more likely to hit like a training thing so when people are just bored and just kind of seeing. What's cool out there? You're you're Kinda gets showed up there because now you've got ten thousand people who may be liking it so if you get like a hundred likes on the first day that's a lot more likely to be trending versus somebody. Who has you know twenty followers post something and gets to likes so you know it was a big deal for me to just kill it on social media and I think it worked. I do think Gary for kicking my butt to get on there and do it because social media has been a phenomenal place for me to market the thing and pretty much. Almost all three there was a couple of places where I I did. End Up paying just to kind of experiment in and get over kind of some homes but.

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"gary chalk" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Now see people inside they have to maintain social distancing and it's hardly business as usual CBS news update on Peter king we have his body showers this morning but most of the showers will stay spot you should have some sun breaks but expect gusty winds until this evening it is fifty two of the carters Subaru studio looks like it's a magic six one seven three brought you by state roofing as far as casting the Seattle's morning news movie well you you run these down okay a two five three listener writes Gary Sinise should play Dave absolutely Lauren Graham as calling okay from the Gilmore girls like I can get down with that Denzel Washington is G. and Kevin James as solely I still think that mark Ruffalo is spot on for solely a two oh six listener thing strong McHale should place Ali okay fine another vote for ed Harris for Dave that was that was my casting for date was at Paris eighty two oh six listener once Ellie Kemper to play Rachel bell she's the unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt makes sense as a great show and this might be the ed Harris and Gary Sinise and any other casting as as Dave because when I listen to this I thought okay a two five three Lister writes Gary chalk should play Dave he played Optimus prime and one of the transformers series so here is Gary chalk is Optimus prime as Dave Ross this battle has been a long time coming Galvatron knows it and I know it and winner takes all I would draw knows.

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"gary chalk" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Do you have any fond memories of to show an adventure books? Absolutely I was obsessed with them. I loved them when I was in elementary school and I would love them. Despite the fact that you die in most of the endings like it imposes a kind of Horrible paranoid fatalism on a child. I think where you know. This is a book about exploring the Arctic. But almost no matter what you do you get eaten by a polar bear fall beneath the ice. And you can't get out I guess my young brain was drawn to that kind of thing though you know like Morbid Obsession with payroll and in danger and death and all that but also I'm curious what is so appealing about the choose your own adventure books because one thing we should say that. This is not the first interactive film. Vander Sach not. A previous attempts at interactive films have generally been very unpopular I think a lot of times people don't actually enjoy the experience of choosing the outcome of a film and I think there are reasons for that I mean for one thing. It's just like hard to make a story where like multiple like so many different options of how the story could go with all be equally satisfying mean. There's a reason that an author writes a story a certain way right. Like for instance One Phil we've talked about on the show before William Castle's Mr. Sardonicus from nineteen sixty one was presented was marketed as having an interactive element. In that at the end of this you got to choose the fate for the villain. Would it be you know justice or mercy and the thing is a audiences never chose mercy for this horrible Villain of course they always chose Justice and so there were even accusations that they never even showed the alternate version. Like the the idea that who is interactive was just You know the the the pitch was just the marketing but there was no actual interactive element William Castle. I think claimed otherwise saying yes. They did shoot the sequence. I do not know personally if if that's true or not if this footage has ever materialized but what I did I did read. Was that generally people point to nineteen sixty seven's Keno Auto Motte as the first truly interactive film. But even that I think there are only like four choices that could be made in. This film was also I think largely comedic okay Well I mean I would think there many reasons why this format doesn't always work for some reason it worked for me as a kid with the choose your own adventure books. I loved those but I mean one problem I think is that it. It's hard to make all the narrative branches as good as each other but another one is just that like for instance. Sweeney finish it. There's I don't think there was ever a sense where I'm like. Okay that's the ending. I got no I want the good ending. I want to the robust ending. You go back and do it again. It's more like a video game. The ending where I randomly die like the story of the Super. Mario is not that he's killed by a a mutant turtle Three minutes into the game. You know that's that's not a an epic tale so in some ways. I think the. Choose your own adventure. Books are sometimes better thought of is like a puzzle to solve than as a narrative to be experienced in another big difference. I will say is that one of the great pleasures of watching a movie or reading a book or you know engaging in any kind of narrative with a an author storyteller and you as the passive audience is a surrendering of responsibility for what is about to happen in your own mind you give up that responsibility and suddenly you know when when bad things continue to happen in the story when characters make disastrous decisions that unfold and increase the payroll and heightened the drama. You're not responsible for what's happening. Your just witnessing it and that that witnessing very fund is peaking through a hole in the wall and what's happening to somebody else when they make you make decisions it introduces this horrible tension between what you want to see versus what you think you should do. A you know like Th that I think there's this tension whenever a great example would be in bander snatch. I often felt in a bizarre way morally compelled to make the Tamer safer options. Yes where at the same time. I felt more interested in seeing the more dangerous disastrous options. Play out yeah this was. This was definitely my experience with my first. Viewing bander snatch. Is that when when the decision start hitting you later on? They become like this horrible. Choisir this horrible choice and becomes harder to play this game but earlier on there are moments where you're like. Are you going to do the sensible thing or the more rebellious thing or even the more dangerous think and I found myself choosing the safer thing Like like minor spoiler here but he is. He's offered the choice between producing his dream game with this company at their offices with their support or or saying no to them. And so the responsible part of me is like yes. Say Yes to this is employment. This is going to be good for you clearly. You're you're stuck in a weird situation at home you need to get out of the house. Protagonist and and so. That's the way I went but it's ultimately not the best choice and it. Kinda Dead Ends. If you take that choice we yeah the it almost kind of gives you a little slap on the wrist for making that choice so he so. I don't want to spoil anything but yeah There's there's like a slight shaming of the viewer for choosing the safe option and this is very early on so we're not really spoiling anything. Think Nature. But but yeah. I would do that a lot I would. I would make safe choices. And in fact it it ultimately ended up reminding me a little bit of the spacing guild in Dune who of course used the spice to see into the future to figure out how to navigate the dangers of space which is helpful. You're advocating the dangers of space but into late in life in in politics and all these other choices it. It's this road to stagnation for the spacing guild because they always make the the safe choice and when we look at the narratives that we love generally they're not about people making the safe choice after safe choice after safe choice. They're about people flying off. The handles are making huge mistakes and having to deal with those and so there is. I think there's a learning curve there with banner snatch and so my second viewing of it. I tried to do more of that. I tried to make choices that I felt. Were interesting or or more dramatic and that seemed to work really well and I and I feel like the The the product rewards you for doing that. Yeah so I think that tension is definitely there with the movies. I wonder if it's more the case in a movie than a book just because a movie is more sense orally Visceral the fact that you know that it's actually visually presented to you in video and audio makes it harder to pursue you know. You're sort of lust for drama. And and and weirdness and whatever it is you WANNA see As OPPOSED TO MAKING THE SAFER CHOICES. I don't recall feeling compelled to make the safer choice the same way with. Choose your own adventure books. Yeah that could just be because of like the lower sensory salience of books compared to movies. I don't know maybe so I finally re fondly remember the junior adventure books as well in part because they had them at the library and I could check them out. Yeah that also another series that I finally remember the lone wolf series. We familiar with these now. So these their their series of these the first one is by Joe Deaver and Gary Chalk and this is a. they're like choose your own adventure series very much fantasy dungeons and dragons style high fantasy. But there's more of a role playing element to it. So for instance. When you open the book it has not only a map of the adventuring world. You're taking a part of but there's also an action chart and a combat record Because you'RE GONNA end up having to pencil in your stats as you go through the story. picking spells and so forth It's more like a one player. Dnd Module. Yeah exactly. It's like imagine it's like a choose your own adventure book and a one player Dnd module come together into this one. Little Thome so I finally remembered those and I might be missing remembering here but I think I did get turned off later on when I I reached a a an artificial dead end in one of them might. There was something broken and I couldn't go back. Oh no yeah but again. I'm my memory may not be perfect on that. If you're at all interested in this format I'd do highly recommend picking up one of these old fabulous us copies of the lone wolf series and I think they've republish them again with new artwork. But I don't know the classic. Our work is exactly the kind of thing. I love the chooser adventure book that I brought in today for for you to look at Robert is called you are a shark by Edward Packard. It has a kid turning into a shark. He's like mid anamour sequence so man but he also looks like he's slipping and sliding as he turns into a shark. Good that's pretty brilliant too like channeling something that children and especially of that time would have been familiar would have likely done and giving this fantastic spin on it. But it's the story is essentially The fingle toppling seen from overdrawn at the Memory Bank just gets transformed into various. Different animals. Do you you know you get turned into an elephant or a seagull. Or of course a shark. I think I recall one death where you get turned into a squid and you're being chased by something. Maybe it is a shark and you run out of ink to to disguise yourself with and you're doomed all right well Coming back to bander snatch. We mentioned the video game aspect. Nineteen eighty-four choose your own adventure books other number of other elements in Asia's in there as well. It deals with mental illness. It deals with Lsd THEIR ALLUSIONS TO PHILIP K. Dick there There's mention of alternate timelines. And of course. It spends a lot of time contemplating this idea of a free will and the potential illusion of choice. Yeah I think that's the main theme of it is is interrogating the idea of what it means to be in control of one's own actions. Yeah.

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"gary chalk" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Absolutely I was obsessed with them. I loved them when I was in elementary school, and I would love them despite the fact that you die in most of the endings like it imposes a kind of horrible paranoid fatalism on a child I think where you know. This is a book about exploring the Arctic, but almost no matter what you do, you get eaten by A. A polar bear fall beneath the ice and you can't get out I guess. My young brain was drawn to that kind of thing, though you know like Morbid Obsession with payroll in danger and death, and all that, but also I'm curious what is so appealing about the choose your own adventure books. Because one thing we should say is that this is not the first interactive film. Vander Sach not a previous attempts at interactive films have generally been very unpopular. I think a lot of times. People don't actually enjoy the experience of choosing the outcome of a film and I think there are reasons for that I mean for one thing. It's just like hard to make a story where like multiple like so many different options of how the story could go. would all be equally satisfying mean? There's a reason that an author writes a story a certain way right like for instance one Phil we've talked about on the show before William. Castle's Mr. Sardonicus from nineteen, sixty one was presented, was marketed as having an interactive element in that at the end of this, you got to choose the fate for the villain. Would it be you know justice or mercy? And the thing is a audiences never chose mercy for this horrible villain, of course they always chose justice, and so there were even accusations that they never even showed the alternate version like the the idea that who is interactive was just you know. The the the pitch was just the marketing, but there was no actual Interactive Element William Castle I think claimed otherwise saying yes, they did shoot the sequence I. Do not know personally if if that's true or not. If this footage has ever materialized, but what I did I did read was that generally people point to nineteen sixty seven's. Keno Auto Motte as the first truly interactive film, but even that I think there are only like four choices that could be made in this film was also. I think largely comedic? Okay? well I mean I would think there. Many reasons why this format doesn't always work for some reason. It worked for me as a kid with the choose your own adventure books. I loved those, but I mean one. One problem I think is that it. It's hard to make all the narrative branches as good as each other, but another one is just like for instance sweeney finish it. There's I. Don't think there was ever a sense where I'm like okay. That's the ending I got. No, I want the good ending I. Want to the robust ending you go back and do it again. It's more like a video game. The ending where I randomly die like the story of the Super Mario is not that he's killed by a a mutant turtle three minutes into the game. You know that's that's not a an epic tale. So in some ways I think the choose your own adventure. Books are sometimes better thought of is like a puzzle to solve than as a narrative to be experienced in another big difference I will say is that one of the great pleasures of watching a movie or reading a book or you know engaging in any kind of narrative with a an author storyteller and you as the passive audience is a surrendering of responsibility for what is about to happen in your own mind. You give up that responsibility, and suddenly you know when when bad things continue to happen in the story when characters make disastrous decisions that unfold and increase the payroll and heightened the drama. You're not responsible for what's happening. Your just witnessing it, and that that witnessing very fund is peaking through a hole in the wall and what's happening to somebody else when they make you make decisions, it introduces this horrible tension between what you want to. To see versus what you think you should do a you know like The that I think there's this tension whenever a great example would be in band snatch I often felt in a bizarre way morally compelled to make the Tamer safer options. Yes, where at the same time I felt more interested in seeing the more dangerous disastrous options play out. Yeah, this was this was definitely. My experience with my first viewing bander snatch is that. When when the decision start? Hitting later on, they become like this horrible. Choisir this horrible choice and becomes harder to play this game, but earlier on there are moments where you're like. Are you going to do the sensible thing or the more rebellious thing or even the more dangerous think and I found myself choosing the safer thing, like like minor spoiler here, but he is, he's offered. Offered the choice between producing his dream game with this company at their offices with their support, or or saying no to them, and so the responsible part of me is like. Yes, say yes to this is employment. This is going to be good for you. Clearly you're. You're stuck in a weird situation at home. You need to get out of the house. Protagonist and and so that's the way I went but it's ultimately not the best choice and it Kinda dead ends. If you take that choice, we yeah, the it almost kind of gives you a little slap on the wrist for making that choice it. You know so he so I. Don't want to spoil anything, but yeah there's there's like a slight shaming of the viewer for choosing. Choosing the safe option and this is very early on, so we're not really spoiling anything major, but but yeah I would do that. A Lot I would I would make safe choices, and in fact it, it ultimately ended up reminding me a little bit of the spacing guild in Dune, who of course used the spice to see into the future to figure out how to navigate the dangers of space? Which is helpful? You're advocating the dangers of space, but into in life in in politics, and all these other choices it, it's this road to stagnation for the spacing guild, because they always make the the safe choice, and when we look at the narratives that we love generally, they're not about people. The safe choice after safe choice after safe choice, they're about people flying off the handles or making huge mistakes and having to deal with those, and so there is I think there's a learning curve there with banner snatch, and so my second viewing it. I tried to do more of that. I tried to make choices that I felt were interesting or Or more dramatic, and that seemed to work really well and I and I feel like the. the the product rewards you for doing that. Yeah, so I think that tension is definitely there with the movies. I wonder if it's more the case in a movie than a book, just because a movie is more sense, orally, visceral, the fact that you know that it's actually visually presented to you in video and audio makes it harder to. Pursue you know your sort of lust for drama and and and weirdness and whatever it is. You WanNA see as opposed to making the safer choices i. don't recall feeling compelled to make the safer choice the same way with choose your own adventure books. Yeah, that could just be because of like the lower. Sensory salience of books compared to movies I. Don't know maybe so I finally re fondly remember the junior adventure books as well in part because they had them at the library and I could check them out, yeah. That also another series that I finally remember. The Lone Wolf series. We familiar with these now, so these their their series of these, the first one is by Joe Deavere and Gary Chalk. They're like choose your own adventure series very much fantasy dungeons and dragons style high fantasy, but there's more of a role playing element to it so for instance when you open the book. It has not only a map of the adventuring world. You're taking a part of, but there's also an action chart and a combat record because you're gonNA end up having to pencil in your stats as you go through the story, picking spells and so forth It's more like a one player dnd module. Yeah, exactly, it's like imagine it's like a choose your. Your own adventure book and a one player dnd module come together into this one little thome, so I finally remembered those and I might be missing remembering here but I think I did get turned off later on when I. I reached a a an artificial dead end in one of them might. There was something broken and I couldn't go back. Oh No, yeah, but. Again I'm my memory may not be perfect on that if you're at all interested in this format I do highly recommend picking up one of these old fabulous us copies of the lone wolf series and I think they've republish them again with new artwork, but the classic. Our work is exactly the kind of thing. I love the chooser and adventure book that I brought in today for for you to look at Robert is called. You are a shark. Edward Packard. It has a kid turning into a shark mid anamour sequence so man, but he also looks like he's slipping and sliding as he turns into a shark. Good. That's pretty brilliant to like channeling something that children and especially of that time would have been familiar would have likely done and and giving this fantastic spin on it, but it's the story is essentially the..

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Keri Roberts - Takeaways from 100+ Voice Technology Podcast Interviews

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09:31 min | 1 year ago

Keri Roberts - Takeaways from 100+ Voice Technology Podcast Interviews

"So we're joined here today by Kerrie Roberts Caritas a little bit about who you are and what you do thank you dave. I'm so excited to be here so I like to say that I am a brand. I'm a marketer and I'm a community builder So I work for myself and a company called Brandon connection and one of my main clients is voice summit so I help them with their podcasting strategy as well as lead their marketing for their big event. That'll be in October. That's awesome so I've gotten to know Carey. She actually brought me on the inside voice. Podcast that's Sort of like where. Our relationship started and I just think that it's so cool. Because outside of this podcast that she does she has her own podcast. And then I know that she's the host of another podcast. So podcasting is sort of in her life blood and I think that I've learned a lot personally from her. Just the way that she goes about it in post production in the way. That she disseminates podcast. She doesn't really like thoughtful in a meaningful way. And I think that it's incredibly It's a it's a really good way. I think to to build a network and help to connect that network. I know that's kind of a big theme for you and so I'm curious like You know I wanted to bring you on to talk about your experience on the inside voice. Podcast go through some of the different episodes that you've done in the different guests that you've had but like as you've gotten immersed into this world with like so many of us kind of have In you've done it as like being this conduit of Understanding like who people are different. Facets you've actually probably gotten a really wide education you know into the whole voice landscapes on curious like from this first year or so that you've really started to get involved into the space would have been some of your like macro takeaways You know in in things that you've learned since doing this. Yeah well again. Thank you for the kind words I appreciate it. I've been personally podcasting for a little over five years. And I took over the inside voice podcast and leading their strategy and hosting and kind of running it as their form of content marketing and one of the things that Pete Erickson the owner of waste summit that he and I share. Is this love for connection and community and to really showcase the diverse community that we have in voice technology and when I say diverse that means not only male female Or whatever gender you identify as Lgbtq Q Different races different backgrounds but also different elements within voice. So you know it's not just developers or CEO's it's linguists. It's audio engineers. It's voice artists It's startups it's conversational designers. And so my job is to really make sure that we're hitting the gamut as best as possible And I think we're doing that. I think we're doing that. Not only in the podcast that the events that we host And so for me. I personally love hearing what people are passionate about. What makes them great for every episode? I really tried to highlight them as a person first and foremost And then the work that they do within voice and so. I think you know one of the things that I've noticed kind of overdoing that podcast for the last year or so Is that you know first of all. There's so many people involved in voice and that it's important for us to learn the different things that they're doing And so within that also comes the importance of inclusivity with invoice. You know talking to people and saying okay election. Google tend to be a female voice when not everybody wants to hear that or identifies with that or feels comfortable with that You know when you're creating conversations are you including people in how they speak within their culture within their language translation is not always direct word for word. It's also the vernacular and how do we interact with people Are you including people who have disabilities? Who HAVE SPEECH IMPEDIMENTS? You know that I think really thinking about voice in a broader term And really the big question is how do we include the whole world and make them feel leg? They matter and that they can interact with voice. on a global scale. And that's that's not an easy answer but it's great to see that people are doing their due diligence to work on that and I think that's probably the biggest takeaway from the voice standpoint When we're looking at the other side from the consumer standpoint The challenge there is security and this is something I think people have heard about for a long time Of course people talk about well You know your mobile phones already have enough information on you. Are you worrying about Voice But you know there is concern when you're asking people to use their voice for passwords You know how easy is it for somebody to hack into something to take your important information? Your data your privacy and there is a very high level of concern from a consumer standpoint of. How are the big companies doing this? How are Amazon Google and Samsung Keeping the data protected but also every single person. That's doing voice if you are a startup or you own an agency or you're doing it on your own you know how are you proving to your clients and consumers that you're keeping their data and their information safe and it won't get hacked into. Yeah you've touched on a lot of different things there. I think first and foremost it's it's really cool that Because that is something that I've noticed about your podcast is. It's really really diverse and it's just like you said it's not necessarily like just the people but it's also their backgrounds in their interest. Because I think that one of the biggest takeaways that I had when I went to these different shows like I went to the Alexa conference which is now project voice and then I went to voice. Summit Was just a wide variety of different people. Like kind of coming into the space for different things just like you said like people with a linguist background developers designers. So I think it's so cool that it is like this melting pot and I think that the most insightful I think findings that people have come across. Have been when you have like this. Crossover like you have. People that are applying everything that they know in the linguistics world. And then you have the conversational designers that are coming in and when they're all starting to fuse their knowledge together. I think that's where some of the most interesting thing has come about. And you know going off of the point that you made around security and privacy. I think it's really important that this is something. That is a really centric to the whole conversation. Right now I think it's top of mind that a lot of people are realizing that like I think a lot of the people that are attending. These kind of conferences are They share the same sentiments. You know they are concerned about Where's the state of going? What is this data going to be used for? Are we comfortable with sharing the level of this data like I still go back to a the first Alexa conference that I went to where Brian Rahmani was speaking? And my big thing that I kept coming back to like. He kept saying that will need to have these like really deep relationships with voice assistance in order for them to be more impactful So therefore they're going to need a like a deeper level contextual understanding about the user but I feel like that's that runs counter to trust and security so like I'm only going to be able to. I'm only going to be comfortable with sharing the sensitive information that would make my voice assistant In even better assistant if I if I trust all of that so I totally agree with you that I think those are really critical pieces like as the formative period of time while technologies being built so I wanted to Because you've done so many podcasts. In you've brought on so many awesome guests. I thought that what would be kind of fun to do. While you're on here is to go through some of the different episodes that you've done In just go guest by guest in just have you share like either a key takeaway something you learned from that person or just something that you really enjoyed about that person in the conversation are you. Of course I would love to do that. Okay so I know that you shared today on on linked in or twitter. I saw it somewhere about the media people and so. I've had a chance to meet Claire Mitchell and Patrick. So let's start with Patrick. I know that you've done an episode with him. Patrick Gibbons GimMe something from that episode. Yeah I think you know I just WANNA say Intermedia. A lot of people got into voice because of Gary Chalk myself included the sub. Where I I heard about it. And there's so much hype about Gary and he's an amazing person but I think we really want to that. The people on his team are equally as amazing an equally as passionate And Patrick Really he's excited about stuff on the go here bowls a lot of the space that your in specifically And he also Kinda came from an artistic background and I love that he is willing to kind of reach out and say. Hey if you guys have questions like let's collaborate. Let's interact and so it's not just about okay. We're Bainer media and we're going to do our own thing it's like. We WANNA work with everybody and so I love that he kind of mixes his artistic background his ability to connect with others and then his personal passion within boys about how. It's going to be so much more on the go how we're going to be using curable and what that's going to look like

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"gary chalk" Discussed on THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

"Back to brand new episodes of the happy workaholic. Podcast today is such an exciting show. Because guess what Leverage Arlington the masterclass for beginners and beyond has officially launched and. I'm here to give you the four one one on exactly what it is and Wia created it so as you know or maybe I don't know I've been linked in coach for almost three years. I actually look to see when I launched leverage linked on my profile earlier and it was two years and six months. How crazy is that? And I've been using linked in four twelve years like over a decade which is so insane to me so I actually updated. My linked in profile will created my first Lincoln profile twelve years ago when I was working in the private aviation industry and honestly. I used it as my Rolodex. I was getting handed so many business cards left and right that I needed a place to store them. And I wanted to keep jet owners and pilots and Flight Crow and just charter companies. Everybody involved in that world on my radar always so Lincoln was like my digital Rolodex and then I got the opportunity to start publishing posts so now I actually looked at those numbers as well and I'm at three hundred and thirty one post which is so crazy. I think I got the opportunity to do that. I know I was in Vegas. I feel like it was twenty fourteen. Twenty fifteen maybe so still years ago which is insane so I just want to clarify one super important thing like upfront before I get into today's show as that linked in is not to update your resume upload it and just sit on there and hope you get a job. It's so different. They are actually over six hundred million Lincoln users in over two hundred countries and they stopped getting bigger and bigger. If you've noticed there's so many big influencers that have shifted their business and marketing and sales and all the things over unlinked in as well like Gary Chalk obviously everything he touches J- just insane he turns it into gold. There's Arianna Huffington. That's publishing post over there. There is Rachel Hollis and I think over my even doing a couple of things which is every big influencers in the digital space right. Now is on Lincoln Sara. Blakely who I love. Everybody is utilizing Lincoln. And it's because it's the best an absolute in my opinion place to network. I mean you can be a stay home. Mom you can be a corporate exact. You can be an on my coach like myself. You can be a network marketer like there's just so many Lincoln is for anybody that's breathing. Okay if you want to know who and what. It's for just opened an account today. That's all you need to know or reset your password. Because you haven't been on in ten years I'm telling you it is a for everyone when I launched my leverage Ellington program two years and six months ago which is so greasy. What that entailed was me. Updating your profile and making gorgeous and making it standouts than when people click on you they see who you are what they do and you share your story. It's not just verbatim your resume. Yes you can pull parts from that. But you can. Also incorporate media am. I can't Talk Incorporate Media Upload Specific skills and get endorsed and have recommendations highlighted there and show where he went to school and your previous jobs and experience all that stuff but there's so much more involved to stand out. I updated clients Lincoln about a year and a half ago. He's had two jobs his entire career a governor and a CEO of a very well known company that profile took me so long because of what was tailed with those two jobs and I had an updated. I had to search for the media upload everything because he was looking for opportunities and so that was my job and not honestly took the longest even though there was two positions. It's his entire career at like over twenty year span and you need to search for the media search where you're getting your search for articles that you're in if that if none of that is making sense to you or you're not involved in that. Do you have a blog? Do posted on instagram. Do you have a podcast? All of these things can be uploaded and showcased who you are. I literally tell the story and my bio from my Website by my personal bio right. There so you can see like my journey into how I got to wear them today. You know and Business Lincoln and podcasting and so it's just insane how much it's exploded over the last three years and I invite you to go visit Leverage Lincoln Dot Com and you can see the sales page there but I wanNA share with you today. What leverage linked in the masterclass is all about and why it created it so other than the fact that you know everybody uses it to find a job and you know maybe recruit somebody or you need to be recruited. You're using it to promote your podcast or for sales and marketing or pitching and clubbing. Or you need to know how to do that or to repurpose all of your content sharing important message upload videos connected find other people. How do you do that? I teach all of this so the one thing that was missing was community. The one thing that's missing is how am I able to help more people at one time. How can I get them all connected? This is exactly how with the master class so starting in March march fourth eleventh and eighteenth. You were going to be invited to a probably like sixty ninety minute. I'M GONNA try to keep it around an hour masterclass where everybody's going to be on a zoom video call you all get connected unlinked. And you're all on my Lincoln group you can all create and engage in Collab- and do whatever you want but just know that you have a supportive community diming into Lincoln. Okay on these calls. I'm going over every single thing. Your profile sales marketing pitching and clubbing literally. Everything I just said. And the best part is you're getting Q. In eight sessions on every call and then the very last call strictly. Qna The thing is you need to come prepared. My biggest pet peeve is when my time is wasted and our time is valuable time as money right and so as yours so come prepared come with a notebook. Come ready to learn comedy to me. All these new amazing people with a notebook a pen and a highlighter. Because you know how I feel about my highlighter situation and I always post this in. It's always on my stories and everybody knows like my calendar situation my highlighter and I'm literally the most organized person on the planet. I'm so proud to say that. And I've incorporated all of my organizational tools into my business. Which is how we can streamline a lot of things so I wanNA share all of that with you. I want to coach you on the platform. I want to show you how you can do things I want you to take notes and you can actually refer back to this video because I'm going to email it to you. Once the courses done or probably the next day rather after the class I'm still finalizing some of these details for me. Like on the operational side. But I already have the outlines down so on Monday before the first class. Which is the second Monday March? Second you're going to get an email that will show you the class outline and then the following Monday for the Wednesday class and then the following Monday for the eighteenth class so each Monday previous. Because I want to allow time for. Qna you know. There's so many classes that we can invest in so many programs. But there's no queue and I want to be able to answer all of your questions. I want you to be comfortable in this community and this group video call. I want you to you know. Network and engage really know who's in the group and meet them. I was just involved in a coaching program and we have a facebook group. And it's just so amazing because we're all keeping in touch and it's just like amazing and I I mean I couldn't say anything else it's like I'm obsessed with it and so in the Lincoln Group. We're going to have a lot of days where you can promote what you're selling a lot of groups linked and you're not allowed to do that. I'm allowing it because I want you to share what you have going on. You never know somebody else's story and you never know what else somebody else is going through unless they share it. I'm a huge fan of sharing your story. This is why I have a podcast. This is why I have guests on. I want to create a community of other like-minded people whether it's personally or professionally and utilize Lincoln get on the platform. And I don't want you to be nervous. Don't want you to be scared. I want you to you know. Advance your personal and professional life by using Lincoln and I'm going to share with you every single thing you could possibly need to know right now and three masterclasses so the prices one ninety seven..

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"gary chalk" Discussed on THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

11:59 min | 1 year ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

"You choose to you. Know you have to relive the moment over and over and over and over again so I was reliving. The moment of being an chemo chair getting a drug. That could close my throat and I could die so I could stop breathing at any given moment. That's very scary. Just say very subtly but like I've gone through a lot of therapy and I still cry about it all the time because I just like forget and then something will remind me and trigger me and then I get angry and so that will help evolve that so because I'm still reliving it because in the middle of the legal business I it's it's really hard to move on from you. You know be cured and like get past the PTSD and trauma. Because I'm still in it because I'm still reliving it looking at medical records and dealing with my legal cases aces and not twi get angry. And so you know I need to do things that are calming and soothing like meditation and Yoga and press work and candles and oils and this is why. I'm sharing all of this because this is what's helping with me and I'm not giving you medical advice and just telling you what's working for me me and nothing I'm doing is Besides therapy is medically related. It's all a holistic approach and that's how I choose to go about things I mean just when I was in the Er the the other day they were prepping me for an IV. And I'm like what are you doing. We're getting labs getting blood work done. And she said I'm number prepping you for an IV. For what the reason. I'm not in pain like I'm leaving in five minutes. Don't thank you. I couldn't believe it I was like no. I don't have a middle anymore. So I these in my arms terms are a nightmare. And that's really one reason why I miss my poor because if something does happen you're accessible to get an IV and like like literally seconds where that's not the case with my veins because they're invisible so I ended up getting my blood work done and that was it and that was fine but it's just insane mean going to the emergency room going through medical things now. I mean just this week alone. I had a doctor's appointment almost every day between You know going to the primary to get the referral to the surgeon to the specialists in the background. Get more referrals making the appointments. I mean it's so frustrating is and this is why I'm creating this medical product. Hopefully I'm launching in June on my birthday on the tenth because and I feel like I've always said you know everything happens for a reason and I feel like the only reason why I'm alive and I got through this now. It's misdiagnosed is to show myself how show I need to prove to myself. I'm like so much stronger than I ever thought I was and then I have a voice and a platform to help others going through that to help other families to help other medical professionals and legal legal teams in everybody involved in somebody's health situation or medical journey to streamline it and make it organized I've always said so many times like if I didn't look look at my sickness as a business I never would. I wouldn't be alive to share my story today. There's just no way in hell never gave up. I had everything organized and and now between my best friend getting admitted for a week in the hospital like a month ago and then me going through this again. I feel like it's happening. Because it's aligning lining me up to for things that I need another fresh perspective. Because I haven't been sick in a long time. It's been a year since I had to go through the cycle of a million doctor's appointment and lives and all of that but now I'm doing it again. I have an endoscopy coming up. I have a cat scan coming up and getting lives. It's like going through the cycle again again to see what the Hell's wrong with my body and it's probably because I'm healing and detoxing from everything that I was on. I mean honestly because after all the research rich I've done it literally just spells it out for you right there. My poor body is is a hot mass. Which is why I am again? Always like making these healing soups. Listen drinking shakes and trying to like just make many holistic. Healing approach is in Choices for me personally so I can feel better. You know mentally physically and emotionally. Because this shit's intense and if I'm not sharing what's going on with me. How am I going to be able to help anybody else so I feel like this should happening because I needed different set of eyes so when I was with my best friend and she was in the hospital I was her friend? I wasn't the one in in in the bed. I wasn't the one on the medical side. I'm not doing the legal stuff. I was a friend so I needed like I needed fresh eyes to a whole nother like hospital approach getting admitted and then going through this whole drama with my health over the last two weeks. I feel like it's giving me more information and obviously like more content and like things I need to incorporate into this product like a missing this and somebody upstairs must know that I can handle anything because I'm going through this shit again. I'm like kick my life up I literally faced I. I my best friend from the ER. When I was there two weeks ago and I was in my beautiful gown? The like to do is create new hospital gowns and sell them at all of the best hospitals. Not the best but like literally all of them. Because you already feel like you don't WanNa Locally Shit you know what I mean. So she was just released from the hearing living. My life and I was is in such denial that I was told. I needed gallbladder out and has meaning the surgeon the next day I just lost my shit and the ride home because I was in denial. I was laughing hysterically early which I told Yeah I did. I told the story on a couple of episodes Couple weeks those probably two ago Like you just can't make my life up so I feel like I've been given us next path of healing once again and figuring out more medical Tom Situations so that I can just improve my products. That it's the best on the market will already will be because there's nothing like that so that I can continue to help other other people whether you're the one that's going through something health related or you're helping somebody and you could be a medical professional. I got again talk medical professional or illegal professional or caregiver or the actual patient. And it's for all of us. This product is going to be incredible because it solving the problem that no one has done yet. And that's why you create something to solve problems so I'm really excited about that. But you know just going back a to staying calm and trying to heal myself and take a holistic approach like. That's the way I WANNA go because I've already done. The drugs have already done all the meds and like those things. I can't even imagine how many toxins are my system. I can't wait to take that Those labs and like another month or so. I'm going to do that. And it actually tells you what toxins are in your system so I can see like are my healing soups. Like hell helping being detox my system with all this crap. I was on twelve heavy. Heavy medications plus Chemo. That's a lot of pills. You guys so my my poor body is like trying to detox and I have a goal of losing a hundred pounds this year. So I'm right on track and Between eating healthy and doing doing my walks and all of that like I should be losing weight and that's another reason why meeting with the GI doctors because they should be losing more weight. But that's another episode anyway so oh I just wanted to share with you guys. You know my personal experiences having anxiety going through depression things that trigger it for me. Everybody is it's different. Everybody is different and everybody has their own story and when it comes to. PTSD in trauma. I can't even explain to you. Like how important or in therapy is for that. Because if I didn't start therapy I would probably be in a mental institution. I'm not kidding because what I went through and I can only be so strong at some points and I can only like rely on my best friends like to listen. You need a medical professional to help you you you need somebody that's trained in either. Em Dr or any other kind of therapy to help you. Even if it's just a talk you have to invest in yourself it to get better and these are just the little things that I'm doing to heal myself to heal my mind. My body get my energy up and and honestly just like start to live my life again and I just started doing that. I feel like only a couple of months ago which is insane because I was buried in legal well and I'm buried in my business and I'm buried in China. Save my life and now I'm like I want to have a life. I WanNa have a social life I want to do with my podcast. US OUR WANNA like do more within the medical legal industry you know. That's why I'm taking the bar and becoming an attorney and then releasing this medical products like these things serve really important to me and as I mentioned earlier there's no way in hell like I was sick for no reason. It's so that I can continue to share my story my message that I can help so many other people out there. I have this podcast because I was sick and I needed the way to make money. I was thinking to myself. Oh my God I'm going to be blind. And paralysed how the hell am I gonNa make money and at that point. I was listening to Gary Chalk. And he's Very Cutthroat Yorker which I appreciate and he was literally speaking to me through his podcast and I was like Fuck Anita podcast cast so here. We are three years later almost and so I have a lot more guest coming on. The professional patient series is going to be filled with other patients inhalers which I can't wait to share those stories but again you guys. If you have any questions please go seek medical advice. I'm not a doctor. I'm not giving you any medical advice under sharing my experiences with you that I go through and what helps me and the holistic approach is where I'm at at this point right so thank you guys so much for listening to my experience says a throughout literally the last two weeks. And Dont if you don't have anything that's keeping you calm and sane go out and get things little things by journal by the oils you don't have to buy the high in oils by cheap oils. Just get them so that you feel calm and relaxed lavender's always best that go get yourself some bubble bath..

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"gary chalk" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"The Terminator. What okay? This seems out of place I mean you know the the crossover with ghostbusters. ASPERSERS was so well received you know if they do it right. You know odd odd ball. CROSSOVERS can be successful. Crossover works because because like it's designed around like a humorous lighthearted concept just by its very nature. I don't think you'd get the same feeling you have transformed. Reverses the Terminator Die Casting John Light transforms versus streetfighter and Brian would also transfers versus. I want to point that out. Ready like we're halfway there Partner with Don or whatever. That'd be cool. That's something earthrights delectable Jack back there's a video review at t former checkout also t farmers There's a video of Gary Chalk. Playing I think is guitar. You're in singing for Christmas. Twenty nineteen I need to check that out to shame that I didn't know about that before. And there's also a review of a studio series fifty eight dark of the Moon Road Buster and what I saw of Nice. Yeah so they were. They were smart with how they did this. They quit the The weapons and armor panels over every service that would have an actual sponsor sponsor logo. So the only thing left are Shining Palo bat and the NASCAR branding a smart. Yeah cheaper too. Yeah but it looks. It looks really nice. There is a side by side with the original Dark of the moon robust retaliation there and it's stunning. I guess I'll say politely How far the toy designs comes since then okay Dot Net you can find all of our shows and stuff there We have our NARC is going back to all the way back to nineteen ninety nine over twenty years. That's a lot other shows to all of it. Yeah I think last I checked like three thousand podcast episodes. It's probably way more than that now. But there's a ton there between offer shows that we've done over the years I I e we are on twitter at T.F. Radio it on facebook at facebook dot com slash radio and of course also on Instagram at T.F podcast. PF He was taken unfortunately. Oh probably those Texas flood radio people they had he effort dot com for a while. When I lost it because I I lost it? Like can two thousand or two thousand one in. They had it during them. But I got it back but of course we are also again on Youtube. Subscribe live at Radio Free Separate Youtube Roku and on fire TV. You can watch us there. We're on apple PODCASTS. spotify tune but in my heart radio stitcher stitcher exist anymore. Beat me man. I don't know if you're listening to the station. Maybe you should move on something else. And you're listening on Stitcher at your tweet us or email or something or voicemail since you're like ten years behind the Times right so it's yes But all that's there I'm Brian. Kilby Dot com my happy daily podcast. They've been very active lately with all the Christmas stuff even though Christmases Regan still isn't that Christmas albums Amurri planning out my twenty twenty Christmas album. Yeah I'm pretty excited about that. Actually it will hopefully be done by by June or July. I think my most ambitious project yet. I'm on twitter at Kilby and on Instagram at Brian. Kilby share wanted pictures. Church of my foster kids with my face swapped over them. Most people love them. Some people hate them. But I can't. What sometimes sometimes? It's clever other times. It's just as creepy. Yeah that's I. I go creepy. If if it's clever I just lucked out. Of course. I can't show their faces because of North Carolina Statute so. Do I do what I can. So I base swap. And it's it's it's it's light light hearted warm happy goodness. So you're GonNa say it's light horror. Her light horror horror began his Kooky. Kiss altogether spooky hadn't family but there's that Rob Plays not here. He is at Rob flails on twitter and at fl throughs on Patriot Patriotic Dot com slash. Yes I believe that's correct. That's correct flail. Through his also his youtube channel where he does the battle up ration- videos and they moved into the data gun to mayor. which if if you knew anything about gunman that means something to you? Otherwise it's just a lot of words that sound strange and you can I think right here you can select a a gun for him to us. customization options and things like I believe it starts at two dollars which is Quite deal Let's see here. Who Else Rob Springer? Of course he is. Is that zombies dot org and Rub Springer Luna at that John D. Everywhere die-cast is on twitter die-cast too and at our ESI see reviews on youtube and.

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"gary chalk" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

13:30 min | 2 years ago

"gary chalk" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"As optimus primal later in the armada energy on cybercrime cartoons. He was often sprite but here in beast wars he was directed by a Friday to thirteenth alumni. Here's where it gets funny now. He started in a Freddie versus Jason movie in fact the Freddie Versus Jason Jason Movie which came out in two thousand three. He played sheriff. You played the town sheriff. I have his name. My notes are not at hand right now. I'm so sloppy this he played the town's sheriff where the whole Freddie versus Jason Jason Shenanigans is going on. I was prepared to tell you that part. You probably already know that that's another one of those not as pretty well known factoid when it comes to this stuff what I just realized was and I wish out realized that earlier talk of works at my notes a little better Friday the thirteenth part seven was originally intended to be a Freddie versus Jason Movie And in those initial movie you got the aridity. There's the first steps are all the legal ease the script writing studios the back and forth and all that that's going back and forth forever until movie actually starts being worked on okay it was intended to be Freddie versus Jason Movie Terms Cubby met and somehow got made into a teen psychic versus Jason Movie go figure that one of the stars of what was supposed to be the Freddie versus Jason Movie later voice directed a guy who's one of the stars in the actual Freddie versus Jason. Sometimes things just work out in a very funny manner. Don't they now. Here's another bit of comedy about that. In Freddie versus versus Jason. We had a cameo appearance by one actor. Who Do we just had a small. Maybe Cameo appearance. That actor's name is Scott Ward. I know that names not flipping anything off in your head right now now. He's been in a lot of things but I'm GONNA get to white is it's funny how this worked out. Scott Ward had a small cameo role just based on his just based on his nominee as an actor or whatever you know nominee that's not the right word is based small cameo role. He was free for versus versus Jason a few years later. Scott Ward was into transformers two thousand seven movie playing one of the military personnel well. That's pretty cool but why is that so ironic just other than an actor was in a Jason Movie and then later transformers movie like like I said these things happen you know the these voice actors or actors water Aaron million productions and there's probably a ton of 'em. I'm not bringing up right now just because of the fact how things work. I don't know everything who knows maybe some best boy or a boom. MIC operator was on and all of them. You know I don't know but anyway. This guy was in a small cameo role in Freddie versus Jason and then a few years later one to military personnel in the transformers two thousand seven movie but what makes that so funny remember they were how I just said. Gary Chalk was Freddie versus. Jason will years later down the row. Gary Chalk was in a direct. DVD movie sequel to a popular all-time movie now the movie. I'm talking about how is Christmas Carol. Christmas Carol of course is a classic movie Ralphie wanting to Red Ryder. Bb Gun for Christmas and it's actually has other sequels. It's actually part of a series. You could google that if you like. I'M NOT GONNA get into all of it. Well there was a direct the DVD's sequel movie not tied into the original source material aside from Christmas story address. You know Christmas story part two would ralphie being older teenager wanting a car for Christmas. That's and to draw comparisons to the original movie. He has a Christmas break job working as an Elf for the Mall Santa. We all remember to Santa Cena Christmas story so Gary Chalk Place Senate that now why is that so ironic and funny. Will you see Zack Ward. Guy Was just mentioning he you Scott Farkas in the original Christmas story. You know the bully who was like terrorizing them in Ralphie. beat the crap out of that guy he was afraid versus Jason he was in transformers and he was Christmas story. That's weird. That's just kind of weird. How these things work out isn't it now it just kind of ironic due to away. These things work out. That was weird to me. I was just like I. I didn't even mean to do that. One what was going on was I was just kind of glancing over some of these things and I was looking at Gerry chalks character on the cast list and I said to myself hey that guy looks familiar because what I was going to do. I I made notes for this episode that like right now. I can't find and it was basically the sheriff's last. I don't think it Sheriff Marshall Who Gary Chalk Plate and I saw the scots like hey he looked familiar and clicked and they're one of the listings was transformer and riot top with Scott Fergus so that was an accidental one right there at all making notes for I didn't make the most comprehensive of notes best trying to get some of them and that was one of them now to end this one out. I'm going to talk about probably the most direct crossover and a real reason. I was clicking transfers two thousand seven listing because I wanted to get the characters name right see the transfers two thousand seven movie character named Trent DeMarco played by sure hold on one second. Pardon me I had a coughing fit for some reason those allergies won't Act Otamendi hit record the Trent demarco was played by Travis Van Winkle indie original coach transports two thousand seven movie. That was one of the reasons I was looking at the two thousand seven cast-list now the transformers two thousand seven movie is a production of platinum dunes entertainment platinum dunes is a production company owned by Michael Bay who made the transformers two thousand seven movie. He may also the Friday the thirteenth two thousand nine remake and two thousand ten nightmare on ELM street remake once again having and Freddy and Jason here in the same discussion but that's okay because it's the same. It's the same a chronological. It's the same cannon it's the same series series just a different bad guy in different parts of the world much like Captain America has to do with Red Skull and iron man had to deal with ironmonger in monger Freddy and Jason Exist in the same fictional setting okay before I get more into Travis Demarco Marco until you guys a funny story. I found out years ago that nightmare ELM street two thousand ten remake. Make didn't have Robert England playing Freddie Krueger as normally you know he's getting a little older they decided to recast them and they picked Jackie Jackie Earle Haley who you guys probably best know from Oh my Lord Africa the movie. The from the watchman will Jackie Earle Haley Played Freddy Kruger earlier in the eighties in the original dime round street. One of the stars was Johnny Depp Well. This is a funny story. Johnny Depp didn't intend tend to be in the movie he had went with his roommate too. The try-outs whose remit was an actor too and his roommate was trying out for the movie. The directors liked Johnny so much. They talked him into trying out and he got a role. We know who's roommate was Jackie Earle Haley who played for a cruiser in the two thousand ten roommate so just by the way a pure luck would have it. The Guy Tried out for the original movie as a teenager to be one two teenage characters and then later was in the reboot as the main bad guy. It's funny how these things work out but it's super funny how these things worked out have is pointed out earlier with Sue Blue Gary Chalk and Scott Farkas you hear see Michael Bay produced a course the the bulk of the live action transformers movies. I I think he just has his name on the credits for the bumblebee movie as part of a contractor whatever I don't know how much he had to do without one liquids Michael Bay his producer third rector records the live action movies his Phillips one of his little studios makes these are remakes they made the Texas chainsaw massacre remake and the Jason remaking all countries mentioned big whoop right. That's just you know. The Guy Likes to make money. Obviously who cares right well that Travis Van Winkle Mhm who was in two thousand seven transformers movie playing Trent DeMarco. If you guys don't remember well you guys remember the jerk in high school that was made to Sheila booth the Megan Fox's original boyfriend or I guess she was hanging around him. She might not have been his girlfriend a friend but she sure was pretty much paired up with him. At the beginning you know he was picking on Shiloh boo for whatever and she ended up leaving her to write off a Shiloh booth hair at that cool all seen and all you got. You got showed up their full that guy the jerk bully cool guy character. Trent DEMARCO. That was the characters name. Why am I pointing that out in two thousand nine okay two movies came out in two thousand nine. Well a Lotta movies did but in two thousand nine the Friday the thirteenth remake came out and then revenge of the fallen transformers partout came out later that summer in fact while you're watching into Friday the thirteenth into theater you likely saw a trailer for revenge fallen I know I did. That's just the way movies work of course will hey. Michael Bay directed one one of his production companies and then later his production company and did you guys notice if your ear nose in the transformers movies a lot of the side characters don't come back. You know it's Shiloh booths friend part one. It wasn't impart to his friend for part. Two was an import three very shallow buffet. Does an empire for you know that sort of thing you know. Megan Fox just vanished and part part three. You know these are things the we've all all discussed the movies rather all these things about the moves. I'm not gonNA say faults just enough people that said already will the trend. DEMARCO guy sure didn't show back up and rented a fallen diddy. Trent DeMarco Travis Van Winkle played the character of Trent demarco and fry thirteen two thousand nine. He played the exact same character who spoiler. It's a decade year old movie got murdered erred so the at least. DEF- reboot Friday the thirteenth from two thousand nine is in the same actual capacity the of the live action movies he played the same guy wasn't just the same actor. He played the same guy. Now I know some you could point will will. There's nothing solid concrete shut up Trenton. Tomorrow was killed by Jason after being a jerk Sheila booth he made fun of Bumblebee and Jason Killed Him that had happened so that's the most concrete Friday thirteen ain't crossover being that in a semi sort of way the move some of the movies are connected funny now. It's not concrete. I know it's just could have been just the they're like hey he's in this movie to listening his character that he played the same ain't sort of upper-class popular kid you know they obviously they just did it for Ngok. Whatever but dude the guy who was a jerk. Trent demarco totally got murdered by chason before part to ever happened..

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"gary chalk" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

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"Web version of the site. There's a little search tool or I guess. If you go through the tags it's under Halloween or if you're the the mobile version you click the Halloween tag or if you scroll down to the bottom of the page is a few web version and bring your search either way look up the mad that scientists I made a post a few weeks ago as part of a Halloween posting on mad scientists toys when it came to these mad lab toys playing with and this mad scientist. Excuse me the the alien version treasurer ex. I got to thinking man. Oh man would it. It not be great if they made mad. Scientists blind toys one second. Let me get another drink before I cough again her as refreshing still coughed but I caught it this time I was thinking how great it would be for a new current line of mad scientists toys it could be a mixture of scopes based on the Classic Monsters and such from the original line as well as some new creations could be. Maybe like the mad lab in a vial full slime or maybe something else just a straight up lying line pack. That got me thinking how much I would love that. Maybe the maybe one based on the alien from the alien to section Kit. I seen that guy I pop up in a lot of indie toy indie toy makers wears and so I got guy wouldn't help. I think that that would go over well. A lot of people like it enough to make you know unsolicited versions of the character in you know maybe maybe they can even do some of the Babas Arby's from the Japanese incarnation of mad scientists. Let's again go check out. That article is saying a lot of people seem to like that one and maybe you will too well one more thing before I get into the the meat and potatoes of this month show my homeboy homeboy my home slice my main man. The God beast has a new batch of figures ready at his website shop. I think he put them up a week ago. There's probably some still left the goaded God be shop. You can see them. He also as now were sliding into Halloween and he has some of the monster cereal theme set still left and it would be good time to get them up as you know it's Halloween Monster. Student cereals are being stocked at your local store. You can't help but to be in the mood. He's got those sent effects. Musher cereal guys as well. I've got the blue monster figure would be scented like blueberry to match up with blueberry. I think I want to get the others. He's gotTa Count Chocula version nemesis. He's got a Franken Berry version of CABOODLE MUCCI as well as the larger vinyl figure. It's in a strawberry strawberry. The larger co MUCCI figure good stuff Halloween's around the corner. I can't wait suet his halloween. Selection will be now. It's getting to the main potatoes of this month's episode. I mentioned at the beginning. This is episode. Thirteen fate would have had it that the first Halloween themed episode of this year would be a month with Friday the thirteenth this coming Friday you. I'm recording this on Monday morning. This coming Friday will be Friday the thirteenth it's one of those magic. Halloween seasons where we have have a Friday the thirteenth throwing it while sure it would have been much better for the in October but we can't control the calendar now county so of course a lot of you probably watching Jason Movies on marathons really taken it in. It's the perfect time for Friday. The thirteenth ain't sure Friday to thirteen are great off season so it's where you can have a little mini Halloween. It may be in spring or summer or maybe even winter but it sure is great. Having one Halloween where there is an abundance of spooky merchandise at your hands grip you just reach out and grab one and any place you go those inexpensive dollar. Hockey masks are available so she's the perfect time so the commemorate such a momentous occasion as a Friday the thirteenth during Halloween as well as somehow this being the thirteenth episode at that time. I didn't plan it this way. I thought I would look at the Friday. The thirteenth movie movie series a little now being that transformed squadron is Transform Squadron and at the podcast zone based dot org which is a weird sight light about robots and monsters. I won't do it my way. I thought I'd take the time to point out some of the instances where transformers this has crossed over with Friday the thirteenth in one way or another now before I get started. This is not going to be the most comprehensive list in the world now. I don't don't know everything you know. I I could try to know everything but I still would know everything. I freely admit that I believe I have a pretty fun list of instances in here but that's totally not comprehensive just being the way these productions actions work you might have shared crew from one production to another or sewn whose voice actor worked on a movie here. They're that sort of thing so there's there's most likely a million more examples than the ones. I'm about to give you. I felt these were pretty neat. Starting off. I will have to guess I guess I'll have to start with the most most funny one and probably the most as low key of the mall as it's not really much of a crossover. It's just a funny coincidence Friday. The thirteenth part seven one of the one of the teenagers in that movie that of course gets hurt by Jason is played by Crispin Glover. Everyone knows Crispin Glover. He Played Mardi MC flies dad in the original back to the future. He's infamous for being a bit of a nutjob. Just kind of a Weirdo got a strange rap song just kind of a weird guy all around. He's a Friday thirteen part four playing a floor while part for paying playing ski just talking about Crispin Glover Lover got my voice messing up. We take a drink. That's better just talking about. Crispin Glover got me making all sorts of vocal typos. He's that weird. Crispin Glover is in Friday. The thirteenth part part four the final chapter is intended to be the last one and then they made another one here. You're later whatever crispin plays one of the teenagers and he's an awkward guy will as the group is having fun and partying at their cabin. He asks one of the girls to dance with him and he goes over he pushes on Stereo. I think the record on a song he dances like a madman for a minute or two. You have to see the stance to do just Google Crispin Glover Dancing Friday the thirteenth. It's on Youtube Youtube visitors gifts of it is the if you ever wonder exactly how unhinged Crispin Glover is watched a man dance now so when they record it they filled the scene they used a record of back in black by ACDC and crispin is dancing to back in black back that makes us make a little more sense if you've watched scene because his movements matched that song more natural song in used in the movie because when they dubbed over of course they didn't have the licensed rights to us back in black what they did have what they did use a song by lion the same lion who saw the transformers movie theme in the Nineteen Eighty six movie those guys they play love is alive by lion in that scene ever since I was a kid I thought those guys sounded familiar than later on finding out as the same guys hey that's pretty neat but speaking the things I thought sounded familiar as a kid and it's pretty neat and probably the most commonly brought up Friday. The thirteenth transformers crossover is is part of me wants second lawn. Guys are outside one second. I'm back. I felt it better to pause us. Instead of trying to battle the sounds of a weed whacker somehow the long guys always know when I'm doing anything that would require silence ironically though oh I just mentioned a weed whacker because the the incense is about to bring up is the most more well known Friday the thirteenth crossover and that would be Subaru suebu voice our see in transformers as we all know the original movies season three animated Subaru is Suba was also in Friday the thirteenth part seven as Mrs Sheppard Amanda Shepherd the main character's mother now. I said it was ironic. She was killed with a weed whacker. I guess I guess the long guys knew what I was talking about ahead of time here him out there. It's it's Jason. He's chasing on our see now. What makes that part always kind of stand out to me is one. I was a kid I. I thought thought that lady sounded familiar. You know your kids. You don't know all the names of the people involved with things as an adult you might not under some some nerds out there will remember every single artist writer or whatever I love dairy goes again he does he get her yet. Get her man. She still running running but you know I don't remember every single instance. I might remember this voice actor. This artists here there but a lot of them. I'm not going to remember or baby never find out their name when as a kid man you definitely don't notice things and there. I was watch and Friday the thirteenth part seven. Hbo You know is generally about a year after the movie would be released at the time that would show up on HBO or showtime or Something Within the movie would come out go to video by parents who let me rent it so I'd have to wait till the show on HBO and I'd Watch it while they're at work worked at night usually so it worked out for me that Friday night premiere. I'd get to see new Friday thirteenth or nightmare on ELM street here. Was this movie about about a new Jason goes back to kill people of course and the main star is a psychic teenager. This also will play into something talk about until the minute that I just realized I didn't. I wasn't thinking about this til just a second ago and it just occurred to me. That's kind of ironic but she plays the psychic teenager major and her mother is played by Sue Blue Subaru's taken her back to the camp camp where her father died beginning beginning of the movie her psychic powers had part of his death that his death as she's going back there to ask for counseling funnily enough or counselors played by the guy from weekend at Bernie's Bernie the corpse weird so the whole movie. I was a kid watching thinking wow her mom sounds super familiar turns out. RC issue sue blue speaking voice because it is you're literally hearing our C poll time now now. Here's where I was going to this is. This is funny how this works out sometimes things work of funny because she sees. Soo Blue who later became the voice director on beast wars and beast machines. I think animated as well she she's worked in animation a whole lot probably more than live action well star. Gary Chalk as did be some Sheen's. Gary Chalk was optimus primal. He has been in a million different productions both live action and animated you name it. He's probably I've been in it but go figure sue blue one of the stars of Friday the thirteenth part seven who who was our C. went on to be the voice director on Beast Wars starring Gary Chalk.

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