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"steven brian philip" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

07:47 min | 3 years ago

"steven brian philip" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Laid. That would be I probably can tell based upon oh, probably can tell based upon the the motion of your body when the list, you got laid once Ilkka. Okay. But we gotta go to the next off. That was that was I don't think we have a lot of time left. Oh my God. Thirty two minutes. Do we want to just? One more topic to do one more one more. Okay. Here's a quick one. This is a keyboard game. I just came up with this this morning. Okay. This is very quick. Okay. I want you to right now. Look at your keyboard? Press a key and like open up an app, that's like word or something. You can type in. Okay. Yeah. Can I can I do it right in the in the in the notes that were writing? Okay. Presa key vowel of owl. Oh shit. Okay. Okay. Got it. Okay. Presa key. That's a consonant. Oh, I'm sorry. I did it backwards start with a start with. I know so call. I know. Our? So it was okay. Right. Type of our. Random a random vowel? Yep. And then to random continents. Okay. Random foul. Okay. Random continent. Okay. Okay. You ready? No the game is called. Game is called made up word I ki- furniture or Swedish footballer. Okay. So it's called IKEA's furniture made three choices. There's ABC. What you just type you do one Val? I'm sorry, one consonant, and then a vowel and then to confidence and avowal, and then another continent, and maybe one consonant after if you want and you have to look at the word, and and you have to show it to somebody else and say to them. Okay. Is this word that I just made up is this I ki- furniture, or is it a Swedish soccer player. Okay. What is weed is soccer player though? It's just a joke like all the Swedes names like Kia furniture. Okay. Typed? Right. You just type b I e ex- right, right? I would say that. That's absolutely a piece of IKEA. Consonant vowel and then to random consonants Val. And another continent is a furniture, but you could probably short in the joke and make it make complete sense to everybody. If you just said is a made up word or be at peace of Kia furniture because the the the one that just. Yeah. Because I don't know anybody that Swedish. Yeah. Well, you know, the except for the chef from from the Ford year or more. Meatball deporting over the. Bore me me. That's. I actually have beaker and Bunsen or my my wallpaper at my office, computer. I love beaker and Bunsen. Now, we have we have routinely get confused with Ernie and Bert from the from Sesame Street, but I think more appropriately we could be beaker beaker. Bunsen right. If we keep doing this too much longer. We're going to be mistaken. Wow. Mortimer, and I was gonna say stab learn while we are the two guys hanging out in the balcony. Now. Those guys observers we tend to be we tend to be the guys on stage. I don't wanna be the observers good point. Anyway, I only through the Swedish footballer in because things are funnier in threes. Comedy is always funnier in threes. But you're right. I think a and b is more appropriate here this week footballer doesn't really true. Okay. Because it's not a real game. Doug now, why was that? You could do that. Like, what do you think about it? Consonant vowel, constant constant Val continent. Right. Like, you'd think. Oh, it's like, you know, how when you hear people speaking in Chinese. You're like you're not really saying anything come on ES someone. Why me I what I say people like you didn't really speak Chinese. No. Of course. I did. It sounds exactly the same. Right. But I keep furniture is like that. I mean, really you could do any kind of random combination of letters Vicks. Oh, yeah. I bought my big x the other day it totally. Totally. All right. Well, we got plenty of topics ago. We're going to pick it up again on Thursday. We have absolutely no voice mails to get in our way. So this is this is very good. So why don't we come back on on Thursday? Any final words of encouragement before we head out of here. Strickland. She's no that I just remembered something about I because I was there about a month ago. You're like you see the officer or room or something desk setup rate when they have the sample books there in Swedish. I did not know that they are. I looked through one of them. I'm like, this is really crazy, right? Their sample books like the ones that are actually laid out like the like the models like the ones that they're staged at the on their actual exactly splice not not not for sale. They're just sample books to show you what books would look like on your shelf like you would need to know what fucking books look like on your shelf. Right. But actually, they're all in Swedish, which I thought was kind of funny that is funny. So anyway. The alarm we gotta get rolling. It's time to go. Yeah. Yes. I think we have I left it. So I could send JJ I found a picture as I'm sitting here. I'm at my mom's house, we'll talk about that more on Thursday. But in I guess, this what had been in probably than the mid nineteen eighties. Maybe it's yeah. Definitely mid ninety as because I was married in the nineties mid-nineteen eighties. I'm looking at a picture of me, my my grandmother, my stepfather, my sister her daughter. So my niece, and my mom and my dog and me right in the middle of the photo with a coffee mug a towel over my lap, a sweater. That looks like it's Don Johnson sweater. I'm pretty sure and I have a Perm. Do you gotta put that on the Facebook group? I know I know I will get you spot. The loser in this photo. It's not in my relatives. God. That's what is what is that mugs? Say the I'm I'm Har it's hard to be humble when you're handsome as hell. Yeah. You and your Perm, right? That's what my mum says. It's hard to be humble when you're handsome is. Wow. Wow. Yeah. Hey, mom. You handsome as hell mug. That's the one I want. My team would have fucked. All right. We'll catch up with you guys on Thursday. Love y'all Steve O'Brien. Go ahead and take us out of here for the nice guys on business. I'm Steven Brian Philip your week with the nice guys. Side effects being clued tingling, numbness, urinary, incontinence. The need to watch the Kardashians. If you haven't erection for more than three hours. Call your friends to brag the nice guys on business is not for everyone. Console your physician before usage. Sir.

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"steven brian philip" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

05:45 min | 3 years ago

"steven brian philip" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Buys apple gift cards. What is below everybody to buy gift cards? So finally, the gift cards came and they gave me some new guy named Steve. And when Steve was doing the whole process he kept saying, this will just be two seconds, two seconds. Hey, really appreciate your patients here. It's like they say if you're going to be more than two seconds. You have to say, I appreciate your patient, sir. And then he just wanted to make small talk and the guy was like on some some level of amphetamine that I had no idea what was going on. He was moving a million miles an hour. And all he wanted to know was what plans I have for the weekend. And I kept saying I have no plans for the weekend. I have no plans for the weekend. And when I left he says have a great weekend. What were you doing? Again. I said I have no plans for the win. Would not let me go. Thirty minutes longer than it needed to take because you're looking for to give cards instead of just just give me the credit just for a moment. So what time did you make your appointment for? Okay. So I was in the store, and I couldn't just walk over to the genius counter. I was in the store thinking funny me was thinking in the middle of the afternoon somewhere around eleven AM. I could walk into an apple store and not have to worry about fifty fucking people in the store being helped by forty employee's. And there was no avoid he's left. So I didn't I didn't make an appointment to go in the store. Silly me had to make an appointment to buy a product. I didn't realize that level of exclusive Andy, and I fall for it every fucking time. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So point that out. So I didn't have to thing. You're welcome. So I walk into the store some nice young lady. Her name was Emily. She was helping me with the purchase of or with making the transition over. You know, they have when you have to give up your iphones. They I put you through counseling. Make sure you actually are aware of what you're doing counselling. Stages of I phone grief. Can you can you play that as the as the no 'cause you're probably going to do something that's going to be that movie clip? Aren't you? You can't pull that's a really good clip for the front of the show. And if you don't listen to the one, we just said when you get rid of the phone, you go to counseling, we don't have a clip for that. Is the premium club. I can make a note about that. That's okay. I worry about it. It's funny. That would be good like it. I'm gonna make. My god. So anyway, so I finally get out of the store. Oh my gosh. I then I hit the stage two of grief. Which is buyer's remorse. I'm like safety was anger. Right. Can't believe I didn't just by this. Oh god. Employment. You're right God forbid, a real retail store. What? By the way, I want to I want to recount the story of me buying my Samsung gear as five. Get remember best. Exactly best buy. I told him. I wanted to Simpson Garris five he gave it to me. I paid for it. I I walked out. Fucking appointment. And you know, what I would have done if I'd walked into best buy, and they said sorry, we're out. I would've either gone to best buy down the road or would go into fucking Amazon prime, and I would have had it the next day. I would not have had to wait in line or make an appointment. The entire transaction. I think I got there around eleven o'clock maybe ten after quarter after eleven somewhere in that area. I got out of there almost twelve thirty. God ninety minutes to buy fucking watch. Yeah. I spent a lot of time in that store. A lot of time. They were very nice though, they did set up a business account for me. Business, and they didn't show me to very good microphones one to use for an ipad and the other to us for an iphone? So just in case our podcast because when I had to give them my business of turnkey podcast productions it you actually produce podcasts or do you just do a podcast? I said, no, no, we produce podcast. So he goes have you seen these two microphone? So like, they were pretty cool. I mean, I'm not I'm not ready to step up to an apple microphone yet. But they were pretty cool. They're pretty cool. And there were only nine hundred and twelve hundred dollars respectively. Right. Well, yeah. What was interesting about the one like the higher the higher end microphone knows two hundred seventy five dollars. And I was thinking, you know, my yeti blue which the same one that you have that was one hundred forty bucks, I think plus the arm is it was which one hundred dollars. So it's two hundred and forty bucks all in two hundred and forty dollars and just the microphone for them as two hundred seventy five so I don't know it's little and it's probably nearly as good can't be anywhere near as good as this. This is this is a quality microphone is a kick ass. Mike. I like quality quality. Okay. Let's come back. I have got a new topic for the topics wheel. Doug tries to sell his motorcycle. We haven't put that on their own the topics wheel yet. And and let's come back on Thursday with more shenanigans. Is that okay? Yeah. As long as we start with Jared's voicemail. We will start with yards voicemail. Jared we promise. Okay. Steve O'Brien take us out of here for the nice guys on business. I'm Steven Brian Philip your week with the nice guys. Five episodes of week, isn't that like some kind of a war crime Bunna? She's waterboard. These poor people.

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"steven brian philip" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

06:32 min | 3 years ago

"steven brian philip" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"You know, driving with snow on the road. Even though I live in Colorado. I'm afraid of you know, guns, just like anybody else. You know, I'm afraid to bring my family out at night at like ten o'clock at night in be sitting there in a WalMart parking lot. I think that you know, that's a pretty scary situation. So just kind of keep in your head on a swivel and being aware is really the best. Thing you can do in a lot of those spots. So put yourself in the in the in the personal position for a second. Leave your leave your professional your entrepreneur hat down on the table for just a just a moment and think about your personal life. What what what do you think has been your biggest triumph in that? In that spot having five kids that would be my biggest triumph. Fear. You know, you gotta just just putting bread on the table has got to be a fear at at. When you have five kids haven't having kids is the joy. Yeah. I mean, they really are the hope and. Yeah, my my children keep me lively that they keep me constantly having to think they keep me on my toes. You know, if if one is having a bad day, you know, everybody's having a bad day. And when you have a house of seven seven people, there's always somebody that's having a bad day or there's something going on. So true. Very I it's, you know, I it's really my wife. That's a hero in that in that particular story in regards to keeping our household, you know, complete and whole and loving. And I mean, we really try to teach our children the same lessons that that we really put in the book, and then we talked to people about on a daily basis, and yeah, I mean, I I would say probably one of the. The main things that that that I deal with on a daily basis, and that that I'm able to of consistently just, you know, overcome and do things to kind of keep my keep my mind. Right. And compartmentalize is I think every combat better in every true combat better in it's actually seeing combat, you know, not sitting on the forward operating base or the cob and just hanging out eating McDonald's all dams on the guys that are goal on outside the wire for our country PTSD, Israel, you know, that that night near is real. And I think that it's extremely important to have a purpose. Right. So I I make sure that I have a purpose every day. I make sure that whatever I'm doing whether it's for business. Whether it's for personal I make sure that I have a purpose doing it. And as long as you have a purpose you have a mission. It's extremely helpful. I mean, it's it mitigates those pains that you feel from those previous experiences totally hear you, man. So if you are in our community in your in the Colorado area winning. Arado was your business located Colorado Springs, Colorado. So if you're in the Colorado Springs area, and you're one of our nice guy community members, and you need security. Definitely check out Donnie site vigilant. Tiger security will make sure we put a link in the in the show notes for that. But it's visual in tiger dot com with two TS right next to each other. I wanna talk just for just a quick second about your about your book before we wrap. But so you put this book together about a year ago? How long does take you to write the book? It really didn't take me long. I started writing it January two thousand seventeen they I was actually complete with it by April. Wow. That's great. That's went. I just went hand just went completely after it. Well, that's that's oftentimes the best way to do it especially for some goal oriented folks that are out there. I did it. It was it was my book, I wrote ten pages a week for twenty weeks. So I I spent about half a year putting it together. I just I couldn't do it any other way I had done I had to be focused focused on it. Yeah. The same the same. So somebody's picking up your book tomorrow. Let's say in their reading it in in a couple of words, what would you want them to have as their as their as their endgame when they're reading the book, I just hope that when somebody reads this book, the media feeling that comes to mind is just I want them to feel passionate about what they're doing. And I want them to just feel less afraid of the world, you'd be less afraid of the world and. Just be passionate truly passionate in have purpose. What you're doing in life? So the book is called a Tigers fury. How to start overcoming your fears right now. And again, lots of five star reviews over there on Amazon, we'll make sure we put a a link in the show notes. So final wrap up question here if somebody were to want to take action tomorrow or soon as they're finished listening to this episode. They wanna take action to overcoming their fear. Gimme an action item that they can actually put into play right now soon as they're done listening to this episode to to kind of say, okay, I'm gonna I'm gonna take this first step. What would be the first step in your case? Train do something outside the norm. So we go to work every day from nine to five we come home. We have dinner. Maybe we go to the gym. And lift maybe we don't be disciplined with yourself. Right. Like do something to train yourself with something that you're afraid of. So if you're afraid of getting hit in the face, go hit go good hit in the face. A couple of times a week. You know, go to your local gym go to boxing or do something like that. Most of the people that are running these gyms are entrepreneurs and they love having new clients, and they're not gonna let you get hurt. It's a controlled environment. Great way to train just go train. Do something outside of your norm. Do something different every day. Awesome. Awesome. Well, thank you for your message. And thank you for your service. Man. I I know there's many in our community that have also served as well. And we appreciate everything that you've done to help protect our freedom over here. So thanks again for for being on the show and for sharing your message, your book, your website will make sure that we send some folks over to us will put all the links in the show notes. Thanks for being here. Thank you. Doug. I truly appreciate it. Thank you very much. Nice guy community. Never underestimate the power of nice or the power of overcoming your fears by getting a swift kick to the face special special. Thanks to to Donna Hamilton for being on the show today all is information, including access to his book and to his website will be right there in the show notes. Steve O'Brien, go ahead and take us out of here. For the nice guys on business. I'm Steven Brian. Philip your week with the nice guys. Boy, am I reading this copy, this sucks. Oh, yeah. They're paying me act like you Care Act like you care.

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"steven brian philip" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"steven brian philip" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Somewhere. You're listening to fucking Neil Diamond's sweet. And these bangers come up next. The station. Crank it up going down. Frank it up and he's rolling. It'd be like. Cool. Exactly. It's it's pretty bare bones. It really is bare bones on the inside. It's it's so fun. I mean, God, it just it's it really is what driving us to be even like the smell of the brakes and the engines smell it just the I it takes me back to that. Not that I know what a car smells like from the nineteen sixties because I've never been in the nineteen sixties. But what I think it would smell like is exactly what this fucking Mustang convertible sound smells, like, you know, I used to play in bar bands. All the time when I played in bar bands. There was smoking in bars. Of course, like it's been banned. I think I don't know across the country at but a lot of places and at the end of a gig. I would come home. And it's this this, man. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'll sweat and beer and smoke like cigarette smoke, and it's just the greatest combination because I acquainted with you know, happy. Playing music, and you don't get that. It doesn't exist anymore. Well, it's funny. You say that because when my mom used to come home from like out with my I guess, my stepdad because I think my parents were divorced. I mean, no, I know my parents were divorced. So I wouldn't have remembered the the smell when I was two years old. But when my mom used to come home from going out like a night of either just partying with my step dad or somewhere her jacket, and she was a smoker. My her jacket used to smell like and he was definitely a smoker smell like smoke. So I didn't attribute I I don't like the smell of smoke coming out of a cigarette. Like, that's really a little too harsh Romy. But like the like old cigarette smoke on a jacket. It reminds me of my mom coming home from Saturday night of of having to the time. So I don't associate that smell with a. Ooh, that's gross. I associate that with a that's the smell of me growing up. I same way for me. I mean, really when when somebody's smoking. It's like I wouldn't want to smoke like if I walk by somebody. That's smoking. It's like it definitely feels like. You know bar band time to may. I get. Yup. I hear you. All right. Let's put a wrap on this episode another great week in the can we still have a bowel Twenty-eight topics that did not get to. So we will get to those all next week. Make sure you please patron patronat patronize patroness. Yeah. Patronize Michelle Berar, just check out. The the the episode last Friday that we had with her. And also don't forget to check out the boots company is books. This is your interview on with Gionta John's tab. Yeah, it's coming. Yeah. It was actually let's see today is Thursday. It was actually I believe yesterday. That was that was probably one of the best episodes that I've had one of the best guys I've ever had a chance to actually interview a guy his company, I don't it does tens of millions of dollars. I I want to introduce him to Steve ultra so he can get on beyond eight figures. But but just a great guy wasn't focused on on only sharing his story. He was he was really focused on given just sounded by anybody. That is an entrepreneur that listen to the show go, listen if you're only Tuesday and Thursday regular listener listen to yesterday's episode. I forget it. You can just fast forward anytime. I'm talking just listen to John because he doesn't really good really really good job. All All right. Let's. right. Let's let's let's head out of here until next week. We'll see you guys Steve O'Brien. Go ahead and take us out of here. For the nice guys on business. I'm Steven Brian Philip your week with the nice guys. That's their story, and they're sticking to it.

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