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"issac" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling

Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling

08:38 min | 5 months ago

"issac" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling

"The bravery of little isak once upon a time in a small town there lived a really smart kid named isak. He was three years old and he lived with his dad in a big two story house. He was well known in his town because he was so smart. Although he was only three he was always thinking one day. Isak went to the jungle with his dad to go camping. They packed their bags and headed out towards the tall trees of the jungle. Isak was so excited. His dad had told him that the jungle was where there was all kinds of wild creatures. Living isak was eagerly waiting to see those creatures. When they arrived there. It was ten. Am in the morning. They had that breakfast in the jungle since is x. Dad was an excellent cook. He made some tuna sandwiches and grilled chicken for their breakfast. All boy data. I love it. Said isak taking a huge bite of his delicious tuna sandwich. His dad's smiled widely. I've made it especially for you son. I know how much you love having tuna sandwiches replied his dad after they finish their breakfast. Is ac said dad. I want to go play with my ball. I won't go far. I promise is ax. Dad's smiled okasan. the be careful isak nodded. his head. Isak nodded his head in started to play by himself kicking the ball around a moment later while he was playing he accidentally through his ball. Really hard he ran to catch it. But it wasn't easy to chase after it. He was panting and huffing until the ball hits something solid and finally. It stopped moving. Isaak went to pick up the ball but he stopped. Midway an enormous coal black griller stocked near towards the ball and gave isaak are really cold. Stare is x. legs started to tremble in tara. Oh please don't kill me. I'm just here to take my ball. Isaac uttered in a shaky voice. He wanted to make a run but couldn't move his fate. The gorilla cocked his brow and leaving him surprised it said q. You your just a tiny harmless human heard. You're quite cute to h- you can talk. Asked isak in a surprised voice. Of course you are alone. Here asked the huge griller now. I came with my dad. Okay take your ball and leave. Said the gorilla. I felt a little hurt inside. He didn't want to go. Don't you want to get to know me. He said maybe we can be friends. Would smart kids. Who can solve problems and stuff are you smart. Isak immediately replied. My dad told me i'm intelligent. I think that means smart too. Well me and my monkey friend daisy or currently facing some problems. Can you help us. Isak felt excited. Daisy you mean. Monkeys have names to the guerrilla. Seemed a little irritated by this question. An isaac understood and said i mean of course of course they have names. So what's the problem. The gorilla waited a bit and then it said coupon following me. They walked for miles through the deep green jungle. Finally isak said. I'm really tired. How long have we got a walk. We're almost there said the gorilla and five minutes later five minutes later. They reached a huge coconut tree. Do the gorilla roared daisy. Climb down from the coconut tree and looked at isak. Amazed is all. I think we will be able to save your child now said the gorilla pointing at isak daisies is filled with tears hole. But how the gorilla pointed at isak and said here. This boy will give us a proper solution. But he's so little. How can he before. Daisy could finish her sentence. The gorilla said small children can make wonders happen. Isak was still confused. What the problem was the guerrilla turned to him. Doozy has a little son. A big brutal lion who happens to claim himself as the king of the jungle took him to his cave saying he was a naughty monkey. He wants to punish him for a few days but he wasn't even bothering him. One day the lion was sleeping in his cave when daisies little monkeys stopped by. He went there to collect his ball that he was playing with. Just like you but this somehow disturb the lion. He grabbed him and refused to set him. Free no how kroll is that. We should go and save that little boy. Yes we should but the line is very dangerous. We have to trick him somehow to get back the kid. That's why we need your help her. Okay i understand. Let me think about this first. And so a few minutes went by and isak thought and thought and thought and at last he said. I've got an idea. Dis even mommy monkey and the gorilla both became curious to know what this idea was. So i'll go. And i'll be really nice to him and i'll distract him with my words. Meanwhile you guys will go inside the cave and save the monkey kid broad. So's look a good idea. Said the gorilla so ask planned. They went to the lines. Cave daisy in the gorilla hit themselves behind large bushes when isak step forward to the line and fake to cough. The line was sleeping in front of his cave. Hearing him cough woke him up and he got angry. Oh my goodness are you the super lion. Everyone talks about high. Always wanted to meet you. I'm glad that i finally came to meet such an incredible jungle. Animal like you said isak with a flattering voice. Hearing all of these good things about him. The lion became so happy wo think. Think little boy his said behind him daisy and the gorilla secretly went inside the cave. They hardly set the monkey kit free and left the cave cautiously with them. Being gone isak felt so relieved but he was now really nervous to leave this place without the lion. Finding out about the missing monkey kid. He thought for a second and then an idea came to him looking at the big lion. He said all missed a lion. You really have the most beautiful golden mane i've ever seen. The lion was looking very proud of himself. He loved compliments. Who will do have a wonderful main. An rury proud of it he smiled. Did you know said isak. I spotted a small pond. Just over there you could use the water's reflection to see yourself and admire how handsome your main is palmed. The lion quickly got to his feet or have been walking for miles. And i've not seen a pond for a long time. I could do with a drink too as well as a nice lucrative myself. Where did you say. This is over in that direction. Isak pointed in the.

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"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

The John Poelstra Show

03:23 min | 8 months ago

"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

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"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

The John Poelstra Show

05:41 min | 8 months ago

"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

"Will will catch the virus from our children or not What are the statistics on whether we can survive infection how productive are we. We we don't have any data or missing the data. It's very spotty and that that reminds me of entrepreneurs to because you're often having to make a decision you're always having to make decisions without good enough data and there's real discomfort with having to make those decisions and having to have a feeling like that. Gosh i just feel anxious. Because i don't know i don't have a framework for how to make a decision. What does integrity mean. In this moment. I think it means people acting with my interests in mind. Are they considering. The overall community are just themselves and it's hard to know because we can't really measure their integrity because we don't really know what the framework is. So we're just we're just living in a time with very little data and it's hard to make out what is truth as you pointed out that's very anxious to be relaxed or people describe this as the ground is shifting underneath me or or the goal posts are moving Maybe going back to our rock. The the hill that we're pushing it up is undulating as we go and it's unpredictable. There's an earthquake in the boulders gonna fall in crevasse. That could happen but we'll be able to get the boulder. Maybe this hill is made of sand so much anxiety. How do we. How do we give ourselves comfort and security when there's anxiety and i guess my thought is to come back to that same mantra if we don't if we don't give it an experiment with high fertility we won't know yeah and what comes to me to is i brought. I brought something like this up with my own coach that i was troubled by the the violent the local violence and stuff and as he normally does which is so awesome. He was like he's like. Yeah but i you got. He's like you gotta just do your own work. I if you don't take care of the violence in our own heart. They never going to solve any of the external violence point it gets. It gets to the idea that as we're reflecting on things that happen around us that is a reflection of our just comfort inside you with our own staff. Yeah and so the hope in terms of like what do we do like. You're you're like coaching me without even knowing it. It's like keep doing.

"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

The John Poelstra Show

03:49 min | 8 months ago

"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

"You're gonna lay off your employees. Customers are going to be disappointed in you. Those are the statistics most of these businesses. Don't make it but we all go at it anyway because we believe that we can succeed in that belief that faith that it's going to be okay so we need the world a little bit right now. What i'm with. Also striking me as you mentioned this word fidelity which i don't i typically think of the word integrity but i like the word. Fidel there's something about that word. I like to and i think that's i think that's another like buying 'cause of my feelings of uncertainty is if it feels like there's an increasing sense of like what is the truth. Will you know will. I don't know. I don't know what to believe anymore terms but it's like it's like less laker wheel. Yeah and are the numbers can go now. Are we taking is is the federal government's approach to it. Does it have integrity. We're gonna pay what that drug company moderna or whatever it's called the flynn and a half billion dollars for vaccine will the vaccine work. Well the vaccine work will the stores reopened will. Will we ever go to a restaurant again. How how many shares does the president have in that company. I'm just like are we all being manipulated by a foreign entity. Yeah there's a lot of things to question and be uncertain about. Yeah and so. At the story i tell myself. Is that if it was. If if things are being done with integrity i feel like i could be more okay with whatever the results are and yet the sense i have is that things are not being done with integrity. The question there is how do you How do you measure. But the feeling is is interesting right the regardless of and you might be referring to a national policy but you might be referring to your neighbors decisions about whether they're gonna send their child to school or not. All these things have questions of. Is this person acting in the public good. Are they acting in their personal good. Those things aligned or not aligned. Are they acting. I think a lot of the question that we're often asking is. Is this person acting in in service to me or to themselves or to both and is it detrimental to me. And that's a that's a question. I see people asking themselves a lot lately is. Is this thing that's happening this tax policy this Monetary policy this health policy. This decision by my neighbor or someone in my community. Is this good for me or bad for me and one. It's hard to know because we don't know what the future looks like. And we're hurting for data rate. We don't know. Can we stay closed for a long time. Should we be opening. Can we.

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"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

The John Poelstra Show

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

"Health risk financial risk. There's community risk. We can't connect with people the way we want to or the way we're used to. I want to know that it's going to be okay. I guess the thing that i've been thinking about is in the face of that. Which is lovely phrased the way you did. It's it's nicely phrased the way you did. I just wanna know that things are going to be okay in the face of that. What does the world need. It might be an attitude and might be a product it might be. A story has such a fantastic question. Gave me shiver all over. And what can we do. What can and maybe this conversation. We're having about pushing rocks. Uphill is is apt right now that that hill is that hill is the uncertainty. I just want to know. I wanna be able to see the end of this hill. I wanna know that this is gonna be okay what we need. We need people who are good at pushing rocks uphills to inspire the rest of us. Hey if that person can push the rock up the hill. So can i. Or i can join them. I can push a rock uphill with someone. So maybe this is a moment when we do really need entrepreneurs and the skills that they have of being incredibly optimistic right. If we want to know that it's just going to be okay. The folks that are always optimistic and think they can create. Okay think they can create wonderful wonderful incredible things from nothing. This is maybe a time for entrepreneurs to step up and and share a little more of their journey so that other people can see what it looks like to create and to be. Okay when the odds are stacked against you i mean. Let's face it when you're trying to start a business. Chances are it's not gonna make it. Chances are you're gonna lose your job..

"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

The John Poelstra Show

05:27 min | 8 months ago

"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

"Resource is going to be allocated to something so it's a little more life and death the boulder israel get really is going to roll back on you. If you don't do something yeah are you or just at that moment of like does this. Boulder have any momentum if i stopped pushing it or is it me pushing it. That's and and you don't know unless you stop pushing it what you don't want to do because like you said it might roll back on you. Well there's another dimension that. I wonder if the metaphor can handle which is what. If as you're pushing the boulder maybe the boulder to certain places. The terrain is level. Yes and sometimes it's down and sometimes it's up but if it straight up time. That's not sustainable. That's not sustainable. What we hope to do is sort of pushed the boulder and then recruit other people to help us push the boulder and then we have sort of a cheering squad which is our customers in the market. That are like yeah. We want you to push that boulder and so there's like the there continues to be energy and encouragement and we keep pushing. Keep pushing it. At some point the metaphorical hills starts to flat out. And maybe even becomes a downhill or maybe we just have a big team helping but but most people talk about this metaphor as like. There's kind of a crest and then it becomes a little easier and it starts to snowball on its own where there's real momentum behind a product concepts and a need for it that is the idealized version but very often. It's not like linear mountain with creston than a downhill on the other side. There's kind of peaks and valleys ups and downs gentle grades in both directions and calibrating. How much effort you apply and who you recruit. I mean you wanna have a lot of cheerleading. When you're pushing up the hill but people often want to cheerlead when they see the boulder rolling down the hill..

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"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

The John Poelstra Show

02:58 min | 8 months ago

"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

"There's a counterpoint to this that that speaks to what we were talking about a minute ago. Sometimes people say that you shouldn't lakes starting a startup pushing a rock uphill and there's moments when maybe you shouldn't push so hard because maybe the startup is continuing to exist. Basically on just your effort in momentum and often. I think that's the case. Startup is continuing to exist on just your effort and momentum combined with all the resources that you're able to muster. It's not your effort but it would not work without your effort because that's an integral part and then you have this question. Does this thing exists. Only because i'm pushing a rock uphill or does it actually have momentum on its own. I think the answer often is both it has a little momentum on its own but it requires your your attention and your your effort so in that moment. Are you making something unnatural like are you causing something to happen. That's that doesn't really want to happen. I i don't how do you answer that question. And is it wrong should you. Should you step back and allow something to happen and and become part of it or should you really really push push push well. What's the difference that wanna say wisdom. No that's i think that's like the magic rate is treading in that moment of am i fulfilling fate here or am i creating fate and it's probably both and you don't really know which one well it comes to me is. There's there's a certain point you just physically can't keep pushing that boulder up a hill. Either there's burnout. There's at done everything. I can do this thing dick. I don't know how the metaphor works here. At a certain point it becomes more than you pushing that boulder up the hill and you get some momentum so that you can take breaks from the boulder and maybe another situations you are the only one pushing the boulder up the hill. And if you stop it's gonna go right back over to you and it's all over. Yeah and it's hard to know when those moments are either. There's magic in this. I think this is the thing you get to have in a more severe way as a founder as as a startup leader than than you do.

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"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

The John Poelstra Show

05:57 min | 8 months ago

"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

"It's it's also a core ceo job and it's a real strong practice that i have tries my wife nuts. Why can't we just do something you know. Why can't you just make a decision. That's just off the cuff really. You're not. I think of you as a total off the cuff person. it's all it's very calculated. But you know what i've learned is to also reserve right. So i have like a bucket of time and money and attention. That's just meant for serendipity meant for like last night. I had a plan of a few projects. I was gonna finish and i had the time and that time started and then my daughter came in and said i want you to read me a book. And she hardly ever asks me to read her book at that time And because she usually doesn't wanna read before it's bedtime and i thought oh she's asking me to read a book. Let's let's this. And so i like pulled out a little bit of that. Serendipity budget switched it in the backlog from my project you know so. That's kind of. I kind of budget like it's important to make time and money for things. You didn't think of things you didn't plan on. So what other things are in your backlog mine. I mean my backlog. At least my present moment back was full of doom and gloom. What's in well hold on. We finish this thought about fidelity if you don't try with fidelity then you don't know so the thing is to do the best job you can at every moment because let's say open shift had not gotten a lot of good use a lot of usage or it had not no one had done anything important with it if we'd done a sloppy job creating it when we got that data okay. It's been nine months and no one's done anything useful with it. What we wouldn't know in that moment is did nobody do anything useful with it because it's genuinely not a good concept.

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"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

The John Poelstra Show

05:57 min | 8 months ago

"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

"So the the founders. The leaders enthusiasm is important for the team. And of course another thing is that it's more pleasant to work with people that are positive and you know if the person sitting next to you is like i. I'm excited about this. This is gonna work versus if the person sitting next to us like every day. I did my code commit. But this project never gonna work they. I'm worried about how this is going to go. We need a lot of positivity and optimism and that starts with the founders starts at the leaders and so how do you maintain that positively when you have doubts yourself. Do you have doubts with open shift. Of course the cowboys on your worst day. What was your worst doubt that no one would use it on. That was re currying nightmare was. Hey we're going to do all this work. And even even when we started having initial users they were building non serious applications of course because you always test a new thing with something easy and and so. I worried like nobody would. Nobody's going to trust this with an actual mission critical application. Were all just kind of fantasizing together about how things could be. That was my worst fear. And what would you do in those moments. You know it's funny. you said. Go for a walk earlier. I i would do in those moments i mean i think in the in the moment like let's see you're having a moment of i. I was having a moment of of concern. Like between meetings or something or or somebody would bring something up. And i'd look at it. You know not from a enthusiastic would say what. I have to say to get through this but i would actually take a moment to be critical and really look at it. And think like yeah. This might not work like what this person saying. Yeah like this whole idea might just be wrong. I really hilarious. One to reflect upon that scott and i were quite concerned when we renamed it shows the final name that that it would become known.

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"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

The John Poelstra Show

05:09 min | 8 months ago

"issac" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

"If you don't try with fidelity then you don't know today. I'm sharing another conversation with isaac roth in it. We look at the state of the world is. I am seeing it in august. Twenty twenty which was at the time admittedly a little grim. Incidentally this was a couple months before we knew things would actually get worse with wildfires in california and oregon in the case of oregon. I couldn't go outside for a solid week or more. And in the case of isaac which i shared in the last episode which was a few months later in october twenty twenty. He almost lost his house in the wildfires in california. So in this conversation. Isaac helps dig into what i'm seeing in the world and experiencing which wasn't very positive he helps. We've these things in his past experiences and startups in our time. Red hat working on open shift for those of you. That think i've got life figured out because of the personal work. I've done or my work as a coach. You'll hear pretty early on that. I struggled just like everyone else. And in fact that adds an additional level of frustration. Intention that we talk about as well. I love isaacs calming presence. Wisdom and optimism and does a great job delving into what i'm thinking about and looking for constructive ways to turn it around there. We go what do you think is interesting in the world right now. What a dumpster fire. I feel like i feel like. It's a big dumpster fire. What makes you say that dumpster. Fire cova the elections. So there's a lot of worry. Yeah yeah uncertainty. It just feels. I guess my sense right now is and i have to. I have to actively manage this. 'cause i do believe i have a choice. But he had just my overall feeling of of the world is just so covid. At least in the united states feels uncertain slash not under control not well managed.

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"issac" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"issac" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"Like you know it's the end of our career and all these different types of things and one look at the news cycle will tell you that nobody cares. If we if we Do a launch in completely tank. If if if a business falls of our whatever the scenario is the number of people who are actually going to pay attention and remember it five days from now even is so small in the in the in the grand scheme of everything. So you put yourself out there and you see how it goes. You see what you can do. But, if you get too caught up in these expectations about what it's going to be and how it needs to be all of that kind of stuff. In many cases, you'll never produce anything right and I call it polishing the carbon never driving at have this conversation with clients all the time where it's like you WanNa, make the concept. Perfect. You want to have the perfect tagline all these different types of things but perfect doesn't exist perfect only exists in your mind so like whenever you're thinking about this thing like you have this picture in your mind what going to look like. But when it goes out into the world, there's absolutely no way it's GonNa. Look like it does in your mind. So just like you know like you're going to be disappointed like. That's just the case like you're never gonNa make it exactly what it is in your mind. So when you let go of And you just say you know give myself permission Issac giving myself permission that you know this thing may not be that good may not be that interesting that maybe people will even say to me that soft or that wasn't good. You free yourself from so much stress and aggravation. I think entrepreneurs like we put so much pressure on ourselves because there's so much What is it like success porn out there right where it's like literally like, Hey, you know I just made seven million dollars off of one email and de in you know all these people feel awful about where they are financially or where they are..

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"issac" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"issac" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

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"issac" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"issac" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"I I haven't seen any of the newer episodes like. Wouldn't they remained? But I've heard. They're not good I think there's definitely something to be said about the old, black and white as his. Have you copies floating around of? Of My book I'm not sure about the others that's in black and white, the confessional printing that they made neglect and wait. Did you get a chance to meet MRS serling at all, I haven't no I would really like to. And not. I'm not sure that didn't work. Who would be really cool? What's Nice is on the Rod serling website ear. They'll comics are all there which is really nice so? Yeah you're you're you're kind of part of the the mythos Now? On, check that out now you obviously moved on since then and last I heard You're working on China. Is that right, I? I was working on a three part miniseries okay? I just did a portion of. It was a lot of several different artists that work on it. Yeah I haven't I'm not working for. Does you at the moment I can't say what were on rain. But. Pretty exciting really. Really big in the superhero vein, yes cool. Contractor schober male or female superhero. Now. Able to let people know like in the next few days, but I want to make sure I don't get blacklist. If my friends. So I mean obviously the incas just literally not dry, right, yeah! Actually ended up coming in I, think towards the middle or the end of a series call drafted and used finished. You pretty much finished that off no. I didn't I. DID PAN ten okay? Lee, who was the original artist? And another per new colored over it and full eight, ten out eleven and twelve. Okay. What was that experience like for you? Great I really love or that vote because I'm such a huge fan and I think mark powers, just brilliant writer and You know. It was really cool to do facebook where I kind of. Play around with designs, and you know not. Everything was designed a lot of ships and interiors and costumes were left me, which was really awesome. I think I. Read doing some research on you. I found there was an article where they were interviewing. Women of comics kind of thing. And I. You know just your comments. I liked what you said. you know it's it's. It's true. It's really It's kind of a shame that you know that no one that will be considered to either right or drop at for example or even Superman. You know so it's like yeah. We've come a long ways, but maybe in maybe in that industry. It's still pretty much you know. UH, skies kind of keep everything close to the vest. It's GonNa. Happen I. Think even women just don't expect other women to be able to draw certain things, so it's not. It's not really pointing the finger at men because everybody doesn't but I think once that I. You. Know that I like nail. For Hero Book drawn by a woman I think from there. It'll just roll on very naturally. You know we just need that like one example that hey you know can draw. Guys too so. Just recently, we had the unsure movie directed by woman and. And she did a great job. I mean and you know it was all the others were done by mad and yet I thought she hers was the first movie that really captured the character I think. As I've seen it in my lifetime, just the attitude towards women euros. In movies and television, and even comics have changed a lot. You know we. We will accept when in the lead you know of any series or movie as long as it's good like anything you know, so. That's changed a lot, and they're not just a kick or the tansel and distress sitting right. Yeah, yeah, I have nothing against email characters. I mean I think they're amazing. Characters that are even up there with the know, Batman Fighter and the guy, but at the same time. I feel like You know the that comics industry. Making course toward. pigeonholing artists and writers, and you only those books and character. Do you think there's opportunities for when right to do mangoes well and right and Android. I think the Maga trees farm, world and You know. And I think that's why most female artists and they professional artists are somehow tied to that industry, our large majority of the Mar.. I think mangas fantastic. It's not really something that I. Would want to work in, but it's a great opportunity for for other artists for sure. Now have computers change the way you work? And I can even be doing this without computers Correction so much year you know you you don't have to worry about smoking everything. For Need I don't I couldn't even show people. My originals because I changed so much in Photoshop That couldn't all my panel orders. Photoshop from faces a little walk. Even you know whatever I'll fix up leader. It makes things so much easier. Do like a handwriting first and then you scan that kind of thing, or how does it work? Yeah everything is hands on, and I mean everything that you see on pages withdrawn by me, but it might just be like shifted around a little bit in on the computer, or maybe you know. With that. I guess what would it helps is that it saves time? But the negative side of it is. Your? The Writers Editors? No, you can do more so expect more to. I know back before. Before, everyone had an email or even internet, access, but you know there were. There were bullpens at the major coming company of people who would do correction for him in jail now. That's all up to I. Corrections until you know until the cows coming so. What's your feeling lately? We've surely have been in the movies on this huge cinematic run of Comic Book Adaptation Movies? And it looks like it's going to be around for a while What's your feeling on that and? It seems to me. It's a great time for the comic industry, because obviously Hollywood looking at what you guys do. Yeah for sure I really liked it giving more attention to comment and you know. Being in New, York and riding the subway people reading watching all the time like getting ready for the movie to come out which is great. I'm really glad that it's on the comic as well at the same time I on the flipside of that like especially, comecon I, her a ton of people like hitching comic ideas, just as a preparation for a screenplay, like just as a way to get attention for three way, which is great and. The. Way To catch producers.

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"issac" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"issac" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Hi, this is Julia. State from firefly and you're watching listening. Watching anything, are you? You're just listening. So used to sing and you're watching. Okay let's. See. What am I listening to talk? Hi. This is Joel state from firefly and serenity. You're listening to Fi talk. On the best sci fi talk I have rebecca. Isaacs talented artists who worked on the graphic novel adaptation of the Classic Twilight Zone episode after hours. Here's our conversation. I'm sorry. We didn't get a chance to meet COMECON but I was extremely busy. Everybody was no worried that how? How was that experience like for you? It was interesting with my first time. I really loved it. I was just both have it over. Like you know. I felt like. I was having to go back to reality after being in extreme world. I. Know What you mean. I definitely know what you mean. But I'm really excited about this you know I take the twilight zone and I have literally grown up together. So yeah, I mean I. I'm I'm in my fifties, so I was still a young guy when the original series started, but I actually really I really discovered. And really got into it big time while he's much older actually. But I was really happy about this project and and the pro, and the one that you worked on his actually one of my favorite episodes after hours which I really liked, how did you? How did you get involved with twilight zone graphic? Walker power changing was contacted by. Niches, Sterling, rutto widow and they made then I'm not exactly sure where they got the idea, but they contacted dad and wanted to work with a writer from that arbitrage yet, and so it just worked out that the writer was one of our governors, and then they reviewed a bunch of portfolio from students. And chose a different. You didn't do each. Portfolio of that's great. That's great now. Did you resist the temptation to watch the episode order? We watch it again. I never seen it before so and they. They kinda like that. They wanted him to look a little different. And, so they told me not watch the episode more I can. And I did. It was actually really difficult to find I found it. I. You know I I downloaded it illegally, or I could only find one copy of that episode online kind of difficult. Okay, one of the changes that were made was. The the clothes were more or updated to more today than they would have been in the. I wanted to make it. Look not so much like definitely in the nineties. Definitely the you know after two thousand, but I also didn't want to make it look. You know distinctly retro either so I try to make everything would kind of timeless and hopefully that I was I featured in that. From what I've seen. You did like a lot of larger panels that what was the philosophy behind? That is, or is that something you normally? I think that I mean I. do like to use longer panels. I can just because it's more dramatic. It's more. It's got been an attic. He'll you know people who don't really know that well, but who may be coming from television movies comics? Easier for the jury in that on I, think a lot of that has to do with mark's writing as well. He you know he doesn't really caught his. Now, which is really good for artists. You've followed the scripts letter so to just get. Did you get a copy of the script or did you both go over the script during the process? Different finalized when I got it, so I actually. I had a tiny bit of contact with Moore during profit. Talking about a character design. That was pretty awesome. And those discussions. How would you do design I? Think Marcia is correctly the main character and the piece. Is left out to me as far as her clothing. That that kind of Forties throwback style was really popular at the time that I did which was all three years ago. So I with something like that, and and it was, it was very arbitrary. I kind of just sat down and started sketching something that I liked that turned into Marsha now for those who haven't read it, and they should of or seen the movie or the TV episode if Marsha goes to transformation during the course of this piece. So what kind of designed did you know to to integrate to Kinda maker? You know more effective in that transformation of trying to dance around. All Right? Well, I think the hair was important with that. It needed to be styles that could easily. Be You know could easily Transform that way I don't want to give away much, so it couldn't be anything. Bird detailed, or how a lot of like free flowing straight answer and I think that was really the only the only part of her design that was crucial in that transition of. Is You do your own coloring as well? I didn't now most of the other. in theories or colored by the artist. I Tran way behind line though and they had to sign up with the color. Very Great. I mean did you and mark have definite ideas on the color? So was pretty much uniform. Front that way. You Know I. have any input into the color, but then sort of have three Raines and I was a little surprised at some of the show, but I think they're. I I love the colors much. I think they really make the Vauxhall. I'm not sure at Marquette. Now, it is available. Know at all the major bookstores. It's still out there, which is great. People can pick it up. Have you had a chance to see the episode since? I. Watched it right after. What's your impression of it? I, really liked it I was. I was really surprised at how different some parts were mostly. Just in the length I think back. You could tell that. When these were written that they were working within the constraints of time, and that they really had to rush things that they probably didn't want to. But I think that's one of the things about the book is that we were able to kind of stretch out along the pacing and the drama and I think it probably closer. I guess probably closer to the original vision of stories. The Nice thing about what you're doing or what you did was you had no budget in the sense of you could pretty much draw anything while obviously. Rod serling had a definite budget. Film and things like that. What's your impressions of the Twilight Zone? It's certainly you know to me. It's it's a classic and all that I'm sure you think along the same lines. Oh, yeah yeah. I used to you know watch that that every night before like that late night syndicated run..

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"issac" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

13:48 min | 2 years ago

"issac" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

"I i love that is like i. I want you to weigh in on this as well but one thing that i heard someone say that was really powerful for me. Along the lines of that little voice is is if someone ever talked to us the way we talk to ourselves we wolfram with them <hes> and then that's that little boy. He's no you wouldn't talk to that person. You wouldn't be friends with that person so don't be that person for yourself so i love that that that was a big part for you isaac for you. How was overcoming ming what you did in that challenge. How is it made business easier for you yeah so i think the biggest thing is you know learning these lessons. I had to learn getting improve. These challenges has just helped me access and remember them so to be honest with you adam. The last month has been a challenge good. I mean a lot of stuff has gone on <hes> with with came and i and i'm she actually <hes> well fast warning. If she actually had steel bars we moved out of her chad. <hes> and <hes> was <hes> you know was recovering. Well then regressed a bit that was very challenging cross and <hes> really in the last couple of weeks. We actually found him that we had been leading our internal horses run rampant and we were worrying about a lot of things i mean. We really looked at each other and said no. We know that we're on an incredible ical path and we are extremely competent that the universe will provide to us what it needs to for us to accomplish these goals that we sat together at the beginning of our relationship ships and just i think going through those issues and <hes> you know having that knowledge allowed us to reconnect with that much faster. We can have to relearn it. We don't really remember it and and we're able to really kinda jump right back into a positive mindset again so these last two weeks we've been really just a lot happier and and really like the great thing again the fact that we've done such incredible thing than it can be easy to get that in business because you're always trying to get to the next rung always trying to get into that next ladder <hes> mm-hmm and we're actually moving out of our place right now and we're finding all of our old goals and old scoresheet. We're looking at them and being really crappy. I mean in less than a year. We were able to create great. I think big business has recurring monthly revenue employing incredible people and helping them win their lives and helping all of our clients able to share third gives to the community. I mean just looking at it. We were like wow we've accomplished a lot and it can sometimes not feeling when you're in the trenches but just remembering that mindset of i know that we can do this and we we'll get through that and we will continue to drive forward. I think that was used and we got that we were being able to overcome the health issues wow and <hes> <hes> i think it's so powerful that you're able to do it because you were able to tap into your passed over cummings and happened to it and utilize elisa again but there are people listening that are like this is a great story great for you guys but i try to think positively. I try to do things but it doesn't work for me. It's not about mindset. I don't clients don't like me. I can't sell right. Those types of things are probably going going to some people's minds. What do you say to those people because we all know that the world is full of opportunity if we tap into it. What do you say to the people who are like. That's great that you were able to overcome. But what do i do. Yes so adam. Can i can share with you like the like. The inside secrets into actually how to use is positive mindset actually get results. You better high so one thing is kim and i actually have a habit of every single day we we build intentions together. We spent three to five minutes. We pick an intention we want to sit on and we build intentions together and we do that every single day and non-negotiable for us <hes> but the secret to actually building attention so they actually start moving forward in life as a three things number one. Is you actually have to have global league. You can accomplish that thing. That's a lot of things that the big one that a lot of people miss. You know i would say yeah. I wanna make a million dollars this year but i don't believe it. It doesn't matter how positively you think about it. It's not going to happen <hes> number two. Is you have to hold that goal that intention in your mind for at least ninety seconds straight now he's like it's not like a lot of time until you're actually really trying to hold one thing to your mind but that long <hes> but that is he for actually being able to send out those gration <hes> so that the universe started guiding you in the correct path and number three. Is you have to attach a strong emotion to it. You can say it again. I wanna make a million dollars each year but if you don't have any type of excitement or emotion around it again you're not sending out out those thought that actually have a math that actually can attracting back to you <hes> so those are the three keys. The other thing to know is that it's not like if you think about something something will just magically appear. What actually happens is when napoleon calls napoleon hill calls the incident intelligence will actually speak to you and will guide you to the right path so you still have to take action. It's not like something magically appears out of nowhere but by building those intentions your gut will actually start speaking to you and guide you chose the right path half to accomplish the goals that you want to achieve such great advice such great advice when i'm working with my clients doing strategic planning and doing just overall overall strategy in general one of the things that i talk about is it's great to set goals but we don't have a goal that our employees are going to show up on time. We don't have a goal that our phones gonna work. When we dial it we expect it but for ourselves. We set goals that we expect other people to do you think so if you have a goal of making a million dollars but you only expect that you're gonna make fifty grand. You're gonna get fifty grand and you just get re steps to <unk> overcome that i love that so those are such powerful things that people can do that have nothing to do with business of everything to do with business right as you're building this and isaac you started the business kim. You came a little bit later when isaac was already running this mm-hmm. It wasn't all straight up from the day you started. You had to keep working on you had to keep setting your intentions. Your keep making tactical shifts in the business ernest more on the the action side. What are some things that you had to overcome on the business side versus just the mindset side the first three months. I consignment here the first three months when we started this business <hes> 'cause i've been doing it for a long time to kim and i came together and started to we decided to completely rebrand and relaunch with a singular focus of this local digital marketing the first three months. We didn't find a single new customer on board. I'll either it was nonstop hustle. We were working are off to see no results. <hes> no you know positive something coming into our lives but we knew there was something something bigger coming and like excited. He knows he's serving a purpose greater than himself and i strongly believe that i was put on this earth to fully we support him as well inhibition because i believe in that too by definitely you struggle the first three months <hes> but yeah just having that mindset and again when the opportunities arise is taking them so really isn't it crazy. <hes> story is that i connected with <hes> and dan business coach three years ago when i lived in rochester and he lived in boise idaho and i had connected him with another big player in its field at that time and i hadn't talked to him and and they get email. I must have been on his email again. Email them anything hey we're starting this new network and sedona <hes> and so i reached out that hey i don't know if you remember me but i you know we can exper- a years ago <hes> and i connected you with somebody's absolutely what are you doing that so we started talking and i told him when i was doing like i got some people for you and you just started connecting connecting me with other clients and once we really proved that what we did work with one client he just started talking with a lot of different clients and that was really kind the first initial <hes> that where we finally started closing new client and it came from me helping three years ago and then never thinking about it but then taking that opportunity entity whatever and if people take nothing from this other than take the opportunity when it presents itself. Everyone should write that down because it's so often that we let opportunities slip away. We don't return a phone call. We don't reach out back out someone who said oh i think i i need your help but a day goes by three days go by a week goes by and then you think it's weird if i call them now but we don't take that opportunity you you've proven that even three years later what what you've done for people still rings true and you can be top of mind for someone even if you haven't heard from him in three years as it was important so we're talking to is obvious and kim coates from local marketing as i said power texan dot com gives away a free trip. If you go go to podcast trip dot com you can register to win that free trip super cool places. If you're in arizona like we are rocky. Point is one of those places. It's a five nights. Stay for free in rocky point mexico. You'd go to cancun you know at volley. You know do your city or las vegas so definitely jump on that reshaped people listening to the entrepreneurs m._b._a. Eight so let's talk about local and what you're doing today so with the internet we can connect with people we can target we can use what mark zuckerberg it has created in the world and what the guys at google created to find our perfect client but for most people it's a sinkhole that they keep throwing wing money into what is it that people are doing wrong and how should they think about doing a better yes so you know adamy really really got a nail that they're and the fact that the so many marketing avenues nowadays and if you choose the wrong one or you're doing the wrong incorrectly you're just losing money <hes> and so i think a lot of entrepreneurs kinda get drawn to some of the key buzz words which is like social media at at the oh and they they keep hearing all you need to do these things and so. They don't really know how to do them so they start. <hes> you know hiring someone else to do social media at the oh but to be honest a lot of wanna be people in those fields. There's a lot of the people who took a course two years ago. Information might have been great ben but it's not relevant anymore <hes> and so many people just lose the money through that and then they get marketing marketing trauma. I gotta tell you one of the biggest things that we have to do is just help our clients overcome the marketing trauma that they have and i don't know if we have a single cry doesn't have it because everyone everyone has been earned <hes> spending money on marketing before and include it <hes> so it's really the key is really finding the right people and i think the the best way to find the right people is defined someone who is already doing what you wanna do successfully and getting them to mentor you and getting them to refer their people that they're working with. Wow so how does that work for you in your business. Obviously people come to you and if i refer you the i know the success that you've had for others but what is the random person due to find that person to help them along their path yeah. It's it's not easy. <hes> you know like i said the key. I think is really finding someone who's doing what you wanna do successfully and asking them to be a mentor. I'll i will tell you that one of the biggest reasons that i've continuous we had success in my life as i go and get phenomenal mentors and to be honest with you. People love being mentors you know in one of the best ways to get someone to do something to make them feel important and i don't think there's anything that make people feel more important than asking you them to teach you what they know <hes> and so it's actually pretty easy thing to approach some pretty big players and start a conversation with them and ask him to be a mentor and then these people oftentimes have incredible connections so that you're not gonna doing the trial and error wasting this money here and there the other big thing. Is you know so many reviews <music> online nowadays you know so many people don't just do the research <hes>. I is a pretty crazy story where i get a phone call from a woman one day and and she's like <hes> you know i i wanted to call. You just referred. I one of your client and i was actually just about this sign a contract with an s._e._o. Another s._e._o. Uh-huh company at the last moment i decided okay i want to do some research so i asked him some of his clients. When i started calling them and i called one of your clients and she just went on a fifteen minute rampage about how terrible another at the company was they stole her money and everything and then she said okay and what you need to do is call. Isaac isaac has helped us is actually delivered delivered and so this woman came in found me. Another company was using my work to promote themselves at least made that cost. You didn't just take the oh yeah some client than just went with him. She made the call did the research and good things you did or she would've been taken advantage of other company and it happens so often and that it can all look great online right. I my social media field looks like i'm a world world traveler and i'm sitting in salt lake city which is a beautiful town. I love it here but i met the hyatt place in salt lake city right. My life is not as glamorous in real life as it is on social media and the same is true for business results right. We i can say something online and people take truth.

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"issac" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"issac" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"Like, she's super clear when you win houses in like something, you know, like she's gonna say that's just who she is. But then in business, she doesn't feel that way. And then I'm the opposite in business. I'm a sword. I love that about you've seen me. For someone to do something. I don't want to do it. It's not gonna happen. Like, you could give me you could double the quadruplet. You could add certain certain whatever perks if I don't want to do it. I'm not gonna do it. So I'm very clear on boundaries. But then when it comes to people that's what I'm working on. Because I do have the Issac good no worries program that likes to call it where and then I've been thinking about it. 'cause houses like what is this? You know, it's a thing about being nice or you you don't want to hurt anyone's feelings. And sometimes it is that especially with friends, I don't like to hurt people's feelings. But it's not even always the thing about being nice. Sometimes the thing of like sometimes I don't want to always have full linked conversation. You know what? I mean, we're like 'cause once you put that out there, you check someone y'all gotta have a condo about it. Sometimes I don't feel pulled by certain people to even have those. Combos in the older. I'm getting to be honest. The morphine I need to to check you the more. I feel like I just need to disengage from UP. If that makes sense, you know, is more of like an alert system for me at this point. Like, why do I always feel this way around this person? I don't wanna have to check someone all the time are wanna be around people who can read each other who at this point in the game already know, how everyone you know, what I mean like nothing you need to be a mind reader. But for instance, are no what Dustin likes and doesn't. I know how to come to him with things. I know what Asante likes doesn't. I know how to come to you with things, you know, what I mean like already understand your boundaries. Don't cross them. I respect them my honor them, and I only wanna be around friends and peers and leases for you at least if they don't know boundaries. Are they can read them, you know, like they are mindful people who cause some. People be like all will you don't know. Everyone's boundaries. I don't think it's that hearts. No boundary. If you're in. You can follow the turn of events their body into the conversation. Maybe they don't wanna go to deepen to these this way or that way. Like just be more mindful. I think because people don't tend to be so present in people's lives begin with me. That's the problem because we're also bogged down and distracted by a million things. But I do think people maybe that's the practice of being more present. So that you can be more mindful of the boundaries of the people around you. And I think at this point like I said, the easing are Matt I'm I'm like disengaging more from people that I just feel like how do they not know that about me at this point? You know, like, I don't wanna have keep having this conversation. And I'm okay with that too. 'cause I'm not that good at like VM, Mike stop doing. This is something I'm learning. Tricky for me though, because I'll get really quick hand with the knife. You know, what I mean if I start people all my God, go down a rabbit hole. Cut because once because I'll start looking at everything through the lens of see this is exactly why I don't need to be dealing with you. And I started just cutting everybody off and I'll also star. I have a problem with sometimes I can take a situation and not really amplify. But I can say that see the fact that you did that obviously means that you feel this way fundamentally, and it's not my place to do that even though I'll be right? So like, I have a problem with that. So I'm trying to stop myself from doing that and cutting people off is very easy..

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"issac" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"issac" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"It's not gonna happen. Like, you could give me you could double the check AAA quadruplet. You could add certain certain whatever perks if I don't want to do it. I'm not gonna do it. So I'm very clear on boundaries. But then when it comes to people that's what I'm working on. Because I do have the Issac good no worries program that likes to call it where and then I've been thinking about it. 'cause houses like is this, you know, it's a thing about being nice or you you don't want to hurt anyone's feelings. And sometimes it is that especially with friends, I don't like to hurt people's feelings. But it's not even always the thing about being nice. Sometimes the thing of like sometimes I don't wanna always have fooling conversation. You know what I mean? We're like 'cause once you put that out there, you check someone y'all gotta have a condo about it. Sometimes I don't feel pulled by certain people to even have those. Combos in the older. I'm getting to be honest. The morphine I need to to check you the more. I feel like I just need to disengage from you period. If that makes sense, you know, more of like an alert system for me at this point. Like, why do I always feel this way around this person? I don't wanna have to check someone all the time are wanna be around people who can read each other who at this point in the game already know, how everyone you know, what I mean. Like nothing you need to be a my reader. But for instance, are no what Dustin likes and doesn't. I know how to come to him with things. I know what Asante likes doesn't. I know how to come to you with things, you know, what I mean like already understand your boundaries. Don't cross them. I respect them my honor them, and I only wanna be around friends and peers and leases for you at least if they don't know boundaries. Are they can read them, you know, like they are mindful people who cause some. People be like all will you don't know. Everyone's boundaries. I don't think that hearts no boundary. If you're in. You can follow the turn of events and their body into the conversation. Maybe they don't wanna go to deepen to these this way or that way. Like just be more mindful. I think because people don't tend to be so present in people's lives begin with me. That's the problem because we're also bogged down and distracted by a million things. But I do think people maybe that's the practice of being more present. So that you can be more mindful of the boundaries of the people around you. And I think at this point like I said, the easing are Matt I'm I'm like disengaging more from people that I just feel like how do they not know that about me at this point? You know, like, I don't wanna have keep having this conversation. And I'm okay with that too. 'cause I'm not that good at like VM, Mike stop doing. This is something I'm learning. Tricky for me though, because I'll get really quick hand with the knife. You know, what I mean if I start people all my God, go down a rabbit hole. Cut because once because I'll start looking at everything through the lens of see this is exactly why I don't need to be dealing with you. And I started just cutting everybody off and I'll also star. I have a problem with sometimes I can take a situation and not really amplify. But I can say that see the fact that you did that I've Asli means that you feel this way fundamentally, and it's not my place to do that even though I'll be right? So like, I have a problem with that. So I'm trying to stop myself from doing that and cutting people off is very easy..

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