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"mike posner" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

03:47 min | 5 months ago

"mike posner" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

"Hello this is Michael Moore in this. Is Rumble welcome to my podcast and We're on we're driving down the road here in Iowa Woah or on the campaign trail. As if you've been listening to this I'm here helping up together senator from Vermont. Who's busy this week? He's got jury duty in DC and As we all jury duty and the ad ago errands Heritz everybody's GonNa participate and and he finally got stuck with jury duty he and there's a big jury. There's like ninety eight nine other people on the jury you know so So he couldn't come the Iowa so myself Alexandria. Calcio Cortez and congressman. Mark Pecan From Wisconsin Here and we've had some wonderful music from Mike Posner anyways last night I was with Mike and and we're at another event with AOL. See and Philip Agnew WHO started the group that dream defenders and Stacey Walker who is an elected official? Here in the state of Iowa Five of us. Actually we're going to speak on stage for Bernie in his stead and we were backstage in Alexandria hadn't arrived yet by plane he was coming from. DC from in wrapping up her day of the House of Representatives there. So we're waiting for him. We're backstage and I walk. I walk into the room. Backstage and and These other three guys are already at work. There are there's they're doing an acappella version. Asian of Eminem Song. And so I'm GonNa play for you a little piece of that but all but mainly the discussion that we had as we are waiting for Alexandria before I do that I just WanNa i WanNa thank our underwriter for today's episode of Rumble Our underwriter today supporting me and supporting the show is anchor. PODCAST platform They're the free podcast company Entirely free you want to start your own podcast you go to anchor DOT FM or the anchor anchor APP and boom. That's right there. They'll help you with that. And once you got your podcast going they will distribute it to spotify to apple To to all the platforms forms and none of cost anything. They literally do this for free. They're they're they're on their own mission this organization to have audio and podcasts. Being in the hands of the people to what they called democratizing audio is there is is their mission so I encourage you to check them out. They support this podcast and most of all the support me being able to say what I want to say in the way that I want to say without any filters or censors or big money. People saying you can't say that so be sure and check them all right. Are we ready. We're going to go we'RE GONNA go to last night We're at the University of Iowa in Iowa City Iowa and we're all waiting to go onstage. AFC hasn't arrived yet. So Oh myself Mike Posner of Philip Agnew and Stacey Walker are we're all we're all sitting around the table talking about what's what right now just nine days before the Iowa caucus so let's Let's open the door we're here and There Eminem Jama's already in progress people. Vote.

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Mike Posner is airlifted to the hospital after being bitten by a rattlesnake

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

Mike Posner is airlifted to the hospital after being bitten by a rattlesnake

"Our boy mike posner has been walking all over the place <hes> so yesterday was really crazy for him. He had just finished sixteen miles. He was about to go go for eight more and he got bit by a baby rattlesnake now. The venom of a baby rattlesnake apparently is worse than an adult rattlesnake because they can't control it right elvis the amount onto the they don't control the amount babies. It's not cute when you get when you get popped by any rattlesnake sure you should be very careful careful babies believe it or not i can't be out be dangerous terrible but the concept of a little out of control baby snakes like she was the opposite of baby would not not be as bad shoot venom but thankfully he's okay. He got to the hospital on time and he got what he needed and everything is okay. He can't walk for a couple of weeks taught us going to relax and then he'll get back out there.

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"mike posner" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"Them wilson. This is somebody comes up a lot on this podcast vastly because he's one of our favorite guests. And he's also just other is something of a song. Guru need almost like the Dalai Lama figure when it comes sung. Right. Nothing is song about you start out with a riff from Dan. Didn't it? Correct. So it is our Ricky read, I told you guys Halley songs, right? Come in. And Ricky said to me, you got the songs we own anymore, and then we had sort of a break. Both our schedules were busy, and then we actually start working in the first thing he had me do was write more songs AL's like what taught though we had on a some mail like Blasio mus- nurse on. I need you to help me record these things man produce make him sound good. And he said, look may I do this with every hour might do just to make sure there's nothing left inside you. And so we did a couple of days with Dan. So Dan came in studio. Oh, and we just sort of like messing around. We're trying weird cords and stuff. And we didn't really come up with anything noteworthy that day and Dan was about to leave and he picked up one of Ricky's guitars, and he start playing the riff for song about you. Don't bloom. Motored? Rickie? I looked at each alight was. Rickie just took his iphone out he held up to the guitar recorded. Dan, playing it because Dan was really on his way out, you know, and him just I think I message that recording to himself, and then he made the whole track around that iphone recording. And then yet we just wrote the song to that track. Parvez MIR Ricky disliked playing around playing around with not rhyming in no fun like since you being goning Gutna thin to do sleep until noon. Now a in feel bad. You know, it's like for me. You guys heard the album, you know, it's like a lot of I guess very lyrical the rest of the almond poetic in this song is the opposite. You know? Using simple words like that in not rhyming on purpose. And then some veggies are guy just got behind the mic and just start free styling in some of those parts usable. I think read that you dropped the bridge. Or something from that one as well year. We used to have this. I had sort of like a few alter egos in the studio, which really likes styles that I could use behind the Mike, you know, differ ways. I could use my voice in different things. I'll do. So one of my styles that we saw stumbled on was staying we call psycho, Mike go I wouldn't be seeing I would his like rant in a very heavily worded stream of consciousness run on sentence sort of like dump almost like complaining. And that was the original bridge was psycho, Mike. Oh, and it just didn't work, you know, as live with the song. And we're down like sort of the eleventh hour on the album, we didn't have a bridge yet. And then I put on another alter ego jerseys meet goof around the studio, but our buddy Nate Mercer who worked a lot on the album, you sometimes appear shades, but them take his shades and put him on. I call myself Hollywood pose. Just be messing around. And it was late one night kind of like needed the finish the album and the song for the Allman. I put the shades on. I was like Hollywood poses hear every chord. I'll do the rest. In the cord the bridge in the way, I learned from wiz Khalifa, which was you li- record the first line in his stop. And think of the next line record that one stop record third sometimes you do to maybe fourth fifth, and then you just go line by line. Like that a never write anything down is all with your mind. Back. You know? This. There's something that goes this year..

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"mike posner" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"If you will I met him when we were eighteen, you know, he's come my mom's house recording sorta let me in the crew. And I remember went back that summer. I emailed him that song. I think is how you heard it in. He had just sorta signed his deal KYW. And so he was popping around. He was working for rail. He's working with dream. He was working with KAI. And he called me up, and he was like this song. Or the me sounds like hit song in our member is already know what that means 'cause comes as a kid, you know, going to school. There was no pathway for me to have hit already. I was Sean us like the only guy knew the headings for connections and thought great will you get on? As a. Yeah. So he came over my mom and dad's house in that same basement Univer same basement that are practicing, you know, the the riffs for stuck in the middle on years later they same basement. And and we wrote his verse for cooler than me together and got on that song. I record him in the basement. And that was the original track up. You'll realize are produced it in big Sean featured on and then I was doing another mix tape and a comma buddy Mack who lives in Detroit. And he always knew like dope is the best idiom. And he was as idiom like way before became really mainstream. He just knew everything that he was teaching me about Buca shade. And all these like, sorta avant garde house artists deejays. So I said I wanna do remix of cooler than me. But you know, I can't four like a huge name like who someone who's like, you know, up and coming in is amazing. He said the guy you want is a guy named Giga mesh so Giga mesh this producer artisan DJ in Minnesota. So I think I message him must have been on my space as he would remix who the me he said, yeah in he did a remix of it. And he just nailed it, man. Now is the version that Lua around the world. You say you'll remember my name is probably goes..

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"mike posner" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"Cool. The Maywood work Cooper by someone else or supposed to specific approach. You have to deliver in the words in that one which might get lost. If someone else Mr. record. Yeah. Lou is hard because a lot of stuff I write will be too personal. And it doesn't work for other people. I don't have many songs like in movies or commercials because of how sort of specific mind, Eric's art, even with the song, we talked about friend for just in or sugar for maroon five those singers, always end up changing a lot of the words to make sense for them like in the bridge of sugar, Alzheimer's, like North Carolina where I went to school in Chevy Impala, which my car at the time, so atom to change those words, southern California, you know, 'cause they have to sort of like take Mike out of it and put them into it. Listen to that one needed Nick Jonas as well. And that's kind of when usually it's a very. Delights chorus where he says, I don't suppose you have a moment to spare me, do you? Not the kind of thing you expect the young man in a owing to say, this is funny. You've always had that kind of way with words, though. I mean, you can see through the poetry books and all that other stuff. I guess I just I enjoy writing man in our read a lot in like two, right? So I guess that's sort of where my gift is. You know, if I went on the voice, I would lose. Yeah. I just remember like seat win had my first successful sorta song on a worldwide scale, which was with us on cooler than me. Remember is sorta thinking like a look at the chart have member lady Gaga was on thought how my own this list of the most popular songs in the world Arul really know how to sing because I had wrapped in our start wrapping was eight in our basically wrapped ause around twenty. And I just started sort of seeing my raps. But I really know what I was doing anthem Hera. My on is list of the most popular songs in the world. It can't be my voice was gonna be my writing a, whoa. That's what I'm good at writing. And then I found out that there were just writers people who don't sing aren't artists, and they just they right? And so I sorta figured out. That's where I'm special, you know. Really dance in. Oh, I'm not the best Qataris, but put my pin, you know against anyone. It was such a smash cool of the me wasn't it on like some of the other songs. It's hard to stay with came from. It doesn't sound like you could toss song it doesn't necessarily sound. Like a piano song g recall exactly how it began. Yeah. I had heard some cores. I liked start playing these chords. I think when I I played him. I was doing on the piano, I actually had a band at the time we were called Mike Posner in the brain trust and are still going to college you call it Uni. And so I called the other guys in the banners. Two guys in the band Jeff on guitar Eric seeing a taught Jeff the cords. So then he started playing the chords on guitar which meant I didn't have to play on piano, psycho or focus on seeing in writing. What could go over the court Eric came up with the melody for verse and the bridge and Jeff came with cords for the bridge. And I took those back in. I put words to all of them and started to produce the song. And I always. Thought it would be a coup. Stick Qatar song actually sounded better with electric guitar played it for big, Sean. And a lot of people don't realize big, Sean. I knew each other coming up. I was sort of in his entourage does in his crew..

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"mike posner" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"In my story seemed like not that cool to me, you know, like watching the movie again. He was like, you notice some writers that they told truth, and that's it. I'll say who. That's when he took me to country school. He showed me Merle haggard. He showed me Hank Hank junior. And when I say play me like he saying for me, I was blown away because it reminded me of the hip hop that I grew up listening to you know, the guys just tell them the truth. So I had heard that before a hip hop. But it was always guys like really sensational stories, you know, of like, drug dealing violence. You know? So I never thought like my story could be captivating until I heard these countries songs in these guys stories were factually, much more similar to mine like dealing with thing in dealing with falling out of fame these kind of things in so I left that studio. I had a flight to Russia on the plane. Participation of bees just pop my head. I wrote it down. And then when I landed as for figured the cords out to it. I'd had the chorus yet. I thought the pre chorus was the course in then getting ready to play a little tour in thought managed to be a part in this on the audience can join in on ESMA wrote the all Noah says songs part in their recorded after that sort of been playing it live for year two years before put it down. I took a pill. To show a Fiji was cool. Oh. Sober fell ten years older. But fuck it. It was something. I'm living. Les? He. Drive a sports car just. Ameri all big baller because a main million dollars in spend it on girls, June alone and be high. Never many Norman by me you ever womb stipple gauche during before. The bus this never know. You want to be stuck? Staging? Sad song..

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"mike posner" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"I kind of feel like you've been reflecting on your own growth is a pass in for quite a while though. Like, you mentioned took a pillar not be there. And that's quite brilliant. And not sense that song, isn't it? Because you've got that kind of hedonistic kinda quality to that. I'm sure colobus get behind. But then like the chorus of the song you've got that message of you don't really wanna be highlight mail. You don't wanna be riding that wave? 'cause you just you know, why you're there. Yeah. Is really interesting, man. You know, I still feel that way especially I've been in LA the last couple of months, and I can just sorta like feel the competition here in the angst in like the chasing of something. And our this question like, what am I chasing in? Why? And this is like interesting thing because it seems a pretty big disconnect in my life between what people think I am in who I actually am. And it's probably more. Mostly my fault in. I think is because earlier in my career always would sort of like clean up and present myself from the certain way where I thought I'd be more accepted. And also badges feeling I learned so much like every few months is difficult because I feel like different person every couple of months, I look back. I'm like who is that guy doing that stuff? So it's hard because people get latched onto some earlier it ration- of myself. And then they give set when I change or grow in. I get accused of being fake or in authentic when really the opposite happening just trying to peel all the layers off and become more authentic, and you know, this fine. Like who I am deep down without all the ornaments. Who's actually the kind of self deprecating humor that song face captured our attention the about spending money on Gale's shoes. It's pretty funny idea. It was prompted initially. By question from Jay Cohen wasn't that song. Yes. So this song we're in the studio in LA, Jake Owen, who's at wonderful country singer wonderful man, and we're passing guitar which means like, you know, I play a song for him on the tournament at pass the guitar him. He played one for me pass it back. We just go back and forth. You know in our played old tuna mine called not that simple. And he said what's that song about like it? I said this about a girl I used to have a thing with in college in New York in them some of it. I just made up, and he'll sort of downplays you ask about it. But he looked at me. And he said, why don't you just tell the truth in hot? I really have an answer for him. You know, other than I felt my life was boring because I lived at already so is like who wanna hear about me, which probably? If you follow that further back is dislike sort of self hate or like lack of self love. So I never thought to do that..

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"mike posner" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"Welcome everyone who episode one hundred twenty nine of. So the jacker on song writing. This is Simon here is always with Brian. And joining us today is a Grammy nominated American singer songwriter poet rapper and Recco producer as well as finding huge worldwide success with solo work. He's also collaborated with the likes of Justin Bieber. Maroon five labyrinth for wral, snoop Dogg Nelly Nick Jonas and AVI. Chee to name a few as this episode reach. You is just released his long awaited third album, the raw hassle and Nehring cly tuneful a real good kid. It's our pleasure to welcome the excellence. Mike pose to the show. We spoke with Mike in early December twenty teen and it was great together at a time with them. He such an inspirational guys knee. Yeah. I mean, he's still only says he is chief more in the last decade or so than a lot of artists manage across an entire career. I mean, he's been amazingly prolific across a number of fields recording songwriting Recco. Production poetry spoken word podcasting. And these also, very wise and thoughtful pass news always looking to improve himself. So just very grateful for the GMC to pick his brains. Yeah. I think he's doing a walk across America or something this year as well spending the whole year on the road. He so he's expanding his horizons isn't he here's like us. Guess was born in one eighty eight in Detroit Michigan and raised in the northern suburb. Southfield his parents weaned him on Motown. But he later developed a low for hip, hop rock and jazz. He began rapping when he was eight started playing the drums in the fourth grade and began making beats on his parents computer, when he was thirteen he began writing songs during high school and even recorded an album during the senior year on his mom's computer, whilst that you Hughniverse studying sociology might moonlighted as a record producer and rapper and built a cult following form college campuses across the country. He also released a couple of mix tapes, which he'd made in this college dorm room by loophole in the educational platform. I tunes you second of these matter of time talk the digital charts. Andrew the attention of several record labels. He signs Jay records in two thousand nine his first album while continuing his studies he released his debut album, their two minutes to take off featuring contributions likes of Benny Blanco in Greg Kirsten in August of twenty ten the album's breakout hit was its first. Single cooler than me, which number six on the billboard hot one hundred and one of twenty eleven ask cap award follow up singles, please don't go and bow Chica while while when platinum as well when j records folded and Asiatic over his contract micro produced a number of songs for other artists including the hits boyfriend for Justin Bieber Suga Meru five and beneath your beautiful, which he did with labyrinth. He also made two solo albums before pas and company with RCA and those remain on released. He was later picked up by Ireland records and in two thousand fifteen released. The acoustic song I took a pill in Ibiza places that year a remix of the song by Norwegian production GIO CB became a worldwide smash hit reached the top ten in over two dozen countries. When four times platinum and today has three billion streams on Spotify. It's also in the top ten most stream songs since streaming records began the trek also end mica twenty seventeen Grammy nomination for song of the year. His second album at nice alone dropped in may twenty. Sixteen to positive reviews and made the Bill top twenty I'll guess also an accomplished poet his poetry collection. Teardrop some balloons was published in spring twenty seventeen and Mike also collaborated with black bay co writes of Justin bieber's boyfriend on a hip hop project called mansions, did you self titled debut album was released in March that year in January twenty eighteen Mike release the poetry album entitled I was born in Detroit on a very very very very very very very cold day. Go get the seven varies in this very important. Very very important to hear traction, Mike three solo albums and other projects as well. As a selection of songs, he's.

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"mike posner" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Pop Shop

"By future and juice world's world on drugs at number to follow by Greta van fleet's, anthem of the peaceful army at number three disturbs evolution at number four and Khalid's some city EP at number eight. Wow. Yeah. Busy. It's that time of year plus over on the billboard hot one hundred chart where maroon five's girls like you single between Cardi B holds at number one for a sixth straight week at number one Travis Scott sicko mode zooms seven to two thinks too. Big streaming numbers aided by the release of its popping music video. Have you seen that video? I have not. Oh, it's it's it's it's great. It's just it's just sort of like like so many colors flashing. There's a whole lot of. I mean, there's probably a lot happening. If you read between the lines, and I just has sort of probably flown over my head. It's it's a video that bears repeating. There's repeatedly. Yes, also making waves on the hot one hundred marshmallow and bass steals, happier. New peak rising six four post Malone and sway lease sunflower debuts at number nine halls without me charges twenty three to twelve and Cardi B's money debuted at number fifty four from just a couple of days of activity after leaked early last week. And we should see it. Make a big move up the list next week. That happier song everywhere. It is everywhere. And I feel like it's going to keep climbing, happier everywhere. I heard that sunflower song for the first time. I don't know sort of. I mean, I heard it the first time on radio a few days ago. I also heard for the first time on radio, and then came into work and read about it. And I was that was one of the first times that's ever happened. I didn't know a song listed. I heard it. And then I read about it. I mean, it didn't come out that long ago. But I felt like it was a little bit sort of under the radar, and then all of a sudden like there's a sudden push radio. Yeah. Because it's track. It's at Sanchez from spy. Herman spider verse, it's the animated film. Okay. So yeah. The the the full name of the song is sunflower parentheses Spiderman coal and into the spider verse. Oh, my yes. Really the full title. Yeah. It's kind of like when they named. Earned it. Shape. Anyway, even though that's actually the name of the song. Yeah. Even though you don't say any of those words, I totally worth the a chart story about movie titles shoved and it's it's silly. I'm sure it's contractual. And now it is time for our interview with Mike POS NAR. The singer songwriter behind massive heads cooler than me, and I took a pill and a beatha is back with his latest single song about you and new album on the way, we talk all about the new sound on song about you. Which is getting a tunnel play at alternate of radio and pop radio on both charts. It's a crossover indeed, the many genres he's dabbled in his almost decade long career cooler than me, it's from twenty ten if anyone was wondering and the emotional journey of making his new album, so take a listen to our interview with Mike Posner. And begin to makes me come. Some guy. Low to Mike Posner and welcome to the billboard.

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"mike posner" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"mike posner" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Seven kiss FM on your smart speaker. Alexa, play one or two point seven kiss at them on iheartradio. Home. Yes. Thank you. New. Delay. Oh, man. Next. Coming up at seven forty seven forty ish. Like a tickets for Mike Posner Bryce, vine orpheum theatre among other seven forty be listening to call you know, one or two point seven kiss. I see no body. No. You. Hey..

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"mike posner" Discussed on Z100

Z100

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Z100

"Ways to do all of that dollars have never made so much sense iheartradio goes one on one with Mike pose ner opening. Up on how his take on fame and, fortune has, evolved over time I think all of us and especially me you know if you grow up kind of taught to, a spire to be really popular with taught, that if everyone loves us we'll feel, great and everything, will be okay but it just. Became demystified to me And, sort of the mystique of the famed and the money has more often I used to make music to be popular, to do interviews now I am popular and, do interview so I can keep music Keep listening to iheartradio for more Mike Posner Now Rowing match Again ready Thanks Not. Even China They, say No doubt You do It was. Pretty cool Can you do Now John Let's gave. You thanks Thank. You I promise. I swear Thank said True That should Thanks New.

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"mike posner" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"France i spend enough time with them that i really get to enjoy them in love them and sort of so can steepen that but if i knew that they were dying in a week i would change everything right but you've gotta live within the frame of reference a you have so i don't understand people who live in their life right now today like they might actually die tomorrow but first of all key mind i don't need that to be my impetus to do something i'm already super ambitious ultraaggressive i'm not patient i'm going all out every day i literally often think about if i died tomorrow or found out i was dined tomorrow would i be traumatized with how i spent my time and the answer is no so i'm sort of already very clear about that stuff but i don't like the needing a reminder of your mortality to change how you live your life today i i actively don't understand that because the only reason that somebody would need that is if they're living there life in a way that's incongruence with what their passions are so some variance harassing you heard it here well yeah so might pose now i'm curious to see where he goes from here he as a things that he wants to do on the horizon and he wants to have you went to celebrate international peace days i will say that will be amazing tonight rather time as empty guys thank you so much for joining us we have a watch this episode already be sure to dive in i was blown away by mike the reviews on this winter incredible people are way way way into this episode and i think that it had a lot of people a lot harder than they expected so be sure to check it out if you haven't already be sure to subscribe and until next on my friends be legendary taker everybody thank you so much for listening and if this content is delivering value to you police killed a iteens go to stitcher great and review lists that helps us build this community and that is.

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"mike posner" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Have this like ineffable like sense of how they make them feel and all that light for instance so i can do impact quotes poor my heart and soul into a do it like a performance it's over the top it's like riding the waves music under need that like building it up now if somebody else where to try doing that that doesn't have the the right to sort of do what is almost spoken word poetry right it's like motivational in the extreme somebody that doesn't have the like by and from their audience could do it exactly the same way maybe even better than me but people when by an they'd laugh or whatever but did i'm telling it so weird to me it is so weird to me like ed sheeran can wrap or seeing people were down but somebody else trying to do that they'd be like gon who's got and he has even if they were just as good because he started that from the jump data come like how easy because he doesn't have the look of a pop or rockstar fo look very folksy to redheaded guy from the united kingdom in here he is uh vrgin wrapping and uh and singing and even doing covers of popular rap song you like whoa but he pulls it off but like you said that's one out of a decent life you can't do it so yeah that that's very interesting great insight mike also says in the interview the only wrong way to do a day is to believe that there's a right way to do a day.

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"mike posner" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Followers are not used to that they don't watch did the same rate and therefore i'm not going to show it and so it would then dragged down the rest of our channel and then i wouldn't be able to have the kind of success that i want and so this is one of those things is not like fucking secret want it and it will come like this you've got to understand you've got to have business acumen dune you've got to have marketing akman so for every madonna there are ten thousand other people that had one hit and then evaporated because they tried that next thing which is really exciting for them and the world didn't care very interesting and very very interesting and it's true i mean you think about certain singers who would try to pull that off and it just wouldn't quite work um i mean who knows i may have worked for michael jackson by i honestly can't imagine a michael jackson came back with another adleman he had like a flattop pesetas curls it may get a trip people like because even get away from styling but of his own music was totally different i i get p tried to drop like a jay z style albaiulia he would life who man and that's the weird thing so the greatest irony of my life is when i was a quest doing inside quest which is exactly impact there it is literally the same team doing this show just rebranded people were light wise approach embargo talking about mindset as we said it all aside we start from zero subscribers and we build a backup now when i talk about health people like why is the mindset guy talking about health so ridiculous but that's the reality like people look in at a certain person or thing they.

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"mike posner" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"The why why is he doing this i want to hear borderline while he talking about aerobic activity leave that to remain behind was but just like his quote dude i'm the brand would i do is the brand that's that's madonna you for example you know what i mean like you're the brand what are your thoughts on this i think it's crazy i think it's still one thing where it's like you have to take him in context so he realized success wasn't the thing that was going to make him happier and so he's in this world of trying to reconcile his ambition and and it'll be interesting to see what he does because he said look on the one hand to care deeply about winning a grammy and then on the other hand i don't care at all and so i i like get ambition i fully understand it and because i am so ambitious and by the way i don't understand wanting to quiet my ambition that doesn't make any sense me now if i woke up tomorrow in the longer felt ambitious goal no worries like i don't there's no moral obligation to be ambitious it's just i am ambitious i don't see anything negative about being ambitious i also don't see anything negative about failing so i these massive ambitions i say it never come true i won't be crying on my deathbed because then contribute i call i gave it my all men epoch untried i had fun doing it and stuff that i was deeply passionate about i enjoy the process any of the struggles guarantee the success wasn't that went after so like i get that but if your ambitious and you don't recognize the realities of marketing i think that your cruising for a bruising now that's not to paint that onto mike mike is very realistic about what he wants to do is make the music that's exciting for him but like for instance i realized that brands are just not as flexible as you want them to be i created a whole new channel for real impact to show that we do together and i didn't try to put it on ford slush on bill you i coulda said hey i'm the fucking brand it is what it is anything i'm into that's that but the youtube algorithm fucking disagrees and it's like i'm not gonna show that you're.

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"mike posner" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"That to me i took and saw that um again as a booker 'cause we tend to have a movie at all types of people on the show for sure but we tend to have people on the show who i guess give the illusion i would say not intentionally that they have it figure figured out so that's interesting that he said that so to parts of that for me i get it is great it's nice to have some need to relate to and someone who's very honest like mike insane but i'm still at a place where i'm trying to figure out what snacks were i'm going um this is hurting the pass this can hurt now but i'm figuring that and then you have other folks who come on who have at all who seem to have it all but i guess in my opinion i'm not at that level of say a john polisario but it's easy to think that they're not still trying to figure it out which i'm sure he still is and i want to get your thoughts on that yeah i mean i i hope that nobody ever feels like oh i've got this on lock right that i'm still learning and i'm growing in my thinking changes and i think that mike is probably more like he caveats things more with reminders like that and says it out loud but i thought he had deep wisdom in this interview and so it was really interesting to hear him both like hey i'm learning i'm figuring this out this could change tomorrow maybe i'm wrong about this but but he really did have deep wisdom and i think that it was hard earned deep wisdom and i think that what makes him powerful and hey here leveraging again the leonardo da vinci book the the author isaac walter isaacson said what really made the vinci amazing was that he was always willing to change his mind and you see him in his journal being like oh i used to think this but now i think this and so especially in the social age now where people put themselves out there as themselves not as in character persona bitterly who they are and you're going to see them over years like i've now been on camera dude for almost what three years it's close to three years now so.

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"mike posner" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Makes me super suspicious of its value yet i will say he got something out of it it's funny goes to things on that subject a friend of mine tommy capriolo um i used to work with them in the past number friends uh he's gotten very into nature he is white people would call granola are crunchy and he started doing this i want to say about six years ago he goes once a year for he through this retreat up in i think yellowstone or something like that and they get together in a cabinets assange treat and everyone who's there you can't speak to anyone you can't talk or anything he came right down with your feeling sluggish the fiji you can hang out she just can't talk and this is for like a week of this but every night for that you only get like an hour to spend with these people but they encourage you to go to go on walks and then for most of the day i would say the bulk of the day you're in a room in your room just sitting in being still convenes secluded and the first year he did it he said i never thought it out freak out like i i did it goes i didn't believe that your mind could actually just start doing crazy things of course it wasn't solitary confinement but he started freaking out he will he will say officer demons quite your mind you'll face a demons it sounds so cliche but he said while everything's even though he was worrying about game service loud music wow i was actually worrying about that but it helps to deal with it and then the other thing i was gonna say is a great i read this very great gq expose on solitary confinement and they interviewed i think it was about six guys who went to prison and i spent an measurable amount of time in solitary confinement even longer than i thought they were allowed even puts his low as a weight what i gotta go show it to you and how um how it affected them and i think every single person they interviewed out adam parole so it's still there suffering from just.

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"mike posner" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mike posner" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Really straight through and he was responsive certain things that you would say that making a smile even bigger it was just there he seemed in a good place you can tell you know he's bent too bad places but when he was in this share at least for that moment he was in a great place for sure we tease the episode at the top with might saying how many of our socalled goals are just there because we're scared being alone in the room were just making it up because we're afraid to be productive very curious to get your thoughts on that i know you've talked about meditating before and just in general i know that it's hard for a lot of it's hard for me to to be still to be present to get a quiet mine and he goes into describing when he was in a quiet room he was thinking out the smells he was everything around the room in his mind wander so do you think we're in a world where people can't quite the mine 'cause they're afraid the quite the mind because they're just constantly worrying and thinking what needs to be done are they just physically can't quite the mind the what's there i think there's two things that play so one is meditation which is quieting the mind i think is incredibly important i think everybody can do it i think that it takes some practice but once you learn to quiet the mind there there's no fear to be found in meditation meditation you may pass through a moment of and now my mind is racing and i'm thinking about all the bad things or whatever but on the other side of that through breath control is literally you're entering the sympathetic urges me the pera sympathetic nervous system and once the pera sympathetic nervous.

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