- February 21, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Wednesday Feb 21 (Ep 27) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett.
Tommy darts around for the first half and then Josh decides to bring up health leading to a biffo.
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It doesn't matter just go with it
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Talk Show Episode 2727 to nine nine this right I don't know if I did
have a look I guess it doesn't matter yeah no idea it's Episode 27 everyone Hi it's just Jan says a peek behind the curtain it's and Tommy jacket he might with we're peaking given a lot of pigs on my
one in one second sentence you I've recorded early and then there was that little peek
What is it I didn't mean I don't know what a peak is where
peak you just fucking said we've given you a bit of a peek behind the curtain Now let's try this again
you know you know what that's another
podcast yeah I don't know anything anyway we're still in Sydney and I was sitting on a hotel room bed we've only ever started recording one prior yeah and you told me talking
out of the game one yeah
I'm glad you push through thanks and that was because you yet you didn't like that I was I had seen was sitting on my back like no
it wasn't okay it'd be like having a conversation with your best mate and your best mate is behind the door behind you you actually can't say that I can understand you then can't physically move in turn to see them because you're stuck in a position it was doing it was anyway we closing the loop I fact out my hashtag close the loop this is awesome I opened the loop yesterday which was when I was talking about the did say my bomb stinging and the salt water ever bump that I dropped me and I just happened to drop in that are the did sees the lowest point on earth which is a big fucking cold right and I pulled you up on it not knowing anything about anything thing you know when you say something but you feel convinced like because you feel like there's enough evidence that you still unsure like I remember seeing signs everywhere right and i think it's a bit of a selling point for the tourists sounds like it's pretty sure anyway however I just searched it is the Dead Sea the lowest point on earth and it says see of salt which is another name for it is a salt like bordered by Jordan to the east of Israel and Palestine to the west to go on its surface and shores a 430.5 meters below sea level Earth's lowest elevation on land that did see is 304 meters deep deepest hyper say lane like I don't understand what is going on okay it doesn't like it doesn't give you the answer when you say is the did said last night this is called close the loop open it doesn't say yes or no but it does say we you do typing that the answer that comes up is its surface ensures a 430 meters below sea level Earth lowest elevation on land. So I will close the loop. It is the lowest point on earth that is land is still classified as land. Okay, so there's probably hold that go a lot deeper than the Dead Sea.
the fact that came to mind when I say that and I maybe didn't come to your mind you we are you fucking stinky bum
anyway, it's closed loop. It's a cool place to go. should get there. Yeah, you can see over to Jordan so
It's like yeah, complete. It's another country you're looking across a like to another see to another country. It's cool. That's what I fucking love about Europe, right? It's like you literally can drive an hour to Europe. No, I'm veering off so Europe everything's connected so you can it's not like Australia we grew up in this place we can drive and go to another state yeah you can literally drive from Canada to Mexico like into Mexico
that's not Europe
Dottie Matt You sound like me today you are fucking darling like just Jansen or you could go to seven countries I'm back to
you at the funny thing is I think you're a little bit high yeah I know you were having a go at me before because I said that in the hotel room I could smell a bit of marijuana yeah what is this on the streets we say ganja
Yeah. And I and I said
he died when people who have never dabbled in the dope
that think they can smell Wade constantly my water does it Amy's smell that smell like you've never smoked enjoy your life
said is that token a bad joins because you don't know what joint smell the thing is that I don't know the difference between the smell of joint and fresh grass clippings
ends my abuse to you with value I think marijuana's sort of smells like when the mix of grass clippings and dog shit maybe a little bit or like
hops show you barefoot investor sent me an email baby it's the subscription a mouse how into probably 100,000 other people yeah yeah it was about weed What did he say it was about medical marijuana and he got an email from
a couple that had some money to invest and now we're thinking should we invest in these new medical marijuana companies interested? You know it yes so
in this Yes, a tiny bit I know that I remember speaking to a friend and she was saying her son was invited testing and stuff and doing really well yeah it was like in the early days investing in this stuff what's the latest what was the advice
the takeaway that I saw on there was there's been massive growth in this industry so in people have made money investing because it's been like a boom legalization America and what they're doing over here in California and hips and other states and it's coming over here so people have made money the one thing he said was these aren't companies that are profiting he's advice to people is investing companies that make money so they actually have a turnover and it was like one of them lost 100 million dollars the other yeah not ideal and so it's like the projection and the growth industry they're in is something that could make a ton of money
but they're not there yet and so when these Lee when legalization in Australia comes through and it's like people will but if you give advice to somebody like yeah he put some money into a company that doesn't make anything is the massive risks involved but you might win big
huge and on that point let's potentially close the loop that maybe wasn't even a loop but it was the the Bitcoin man in Melbourne that Sam dude the supply Qigong
so I talked about him yeah so I met him he on the supply coffee shops on one of the other episodes anyway he's like a self made entrepreneur seems to have made a bunch of cash she's flashy with cars and stuff and has a souvlaki chain and I'm big on to Lucky's and he's also got all this coin items that sell Bitcoin and also he's currency which is odds coin which is old coin yeah but I don't even know that when I was talking about the guy Sam on this podcast.
Yeah and and you were playing this little grabbed from 60 minutes from Sunday night I'm guessing Yeah. Yeah. So they were looking into him about whether his business is I don't know would you call it a fraud or is it like now it's I mean it's it's maybe not misleading people but it's using the fact that people are fucking pumped about crypto and shit like that for a cash grab the basement
because it's not like not all fucking crypto is made a call and while setting up your own cryptocurrency you need to fuel the economy so you'd need people to buy into it. Yeah so if a million people put 1000 bucks in you got to facto Toad Toad a lot of money into a brand new economy yeah essentially so that's what they were saying you were getting mom and dad investors to put money into a new
new economy that's non existent so you don't know if it's tried and tested? Yeah, exactly. I mean it's very risky and talking about risk I wanted to ask you a question in regards to whether you've ever had photos that you have taken which you needed to delete I'll give you an example got my new lens over the weekend and I was testing it out and Bray was there and she was sort of getting changed and so I was just sort of snapping away and she goes make sure you just you know if I can upload the video will just because I was I was testing out the Lynch's undies and where were you I was along
the room like in the same thing just by testing it I can watch wrestling or very tasteful back this is story coming to me cake. Yeah. When come to me. Yeah. And so that was what I was wondering is I ended up importing all my photos and I'm like fact forgot to
to delete them off the camera. So I just had to go through and delete them. But I feel like if anyone was to have this happen, it will happen to you because I'm sure there's been a fair few nudes and shit like that I feel like you're
hanging on and feel like there's a few nodes What does
that mean? Well they camped in that call you the new dude
I'm just trying to think I use like it was one of the deep inside you Oh it is think about it was you know I had my phone and someone was looking at it I like it I was showing somebody something and something came up oh no like he's a thing I've never sent a nude to anybody in my life you haven't sent ya never send a cop shot in my life I think there's certainly fact and gross about it and you are now looking at me my stop
you judgment the way you look at me I can't believe you may
think I'm lying to you I've never seen a cop shot in my life says this the strip Does it mean that someone is
on so right now I actually have never seen so that's not good
the I have had I like that you being a high and mighty like it to a choice based on now. But I think I made the choice based painters issue
now. Okay, great. I'm fine. Perfect. She's got real weed. I thought you went over to press pause. Which would be the closest thing right is when you so I've done a few of these competitions with my mates where we have caught in cash. And we try and really hard and start a body start looking much better, less blown out. He's thing right. I'm not training hard. At the moment. I'm going to the gym. But we know I don't
when you train hard for me. And it sounds so fucking Winky. But you'd become so much more aware of your body and what it looks like. And when it starts looking a bit better. It sends me into like a it's like, you become more obsessed with how you look. Yeah. And so is that a good or bad? I think it's a bad thing. Yeah, because I find like now I haven't looked looking mirror match is like, I'm happy with what I've come tonight. Welcome. Take a seat. Enjoy here. Would you like some chippies. What
now it's like, I think that's a good point. Like, I think that as long as you're not fucking unhealthy. I think that's a good place to be.
I fit Yeah, I feel like I'm not as healthy as I could be. But I am not on I'm not as far away as I once was into feeling more unhealthy, right? And so my point is, it's like it does it drives the obsession and you see these Instagram people. And it's like, if I think they they would experience what I've thought of and that's added session. After you get the results. You start seeing your fucking looking trying to look at your abs and yeah, you just become a wink at well. I know I became a blanket. I Oh. And so my point was, I have taken photos of my body lockers in trying to look at my abs and chest and sheet right. And so I I've definitely flicked through photos in front of people and they've come up and that would think that I'm a fucking idiot right? Didn't want be it's a fun game if you are listening if you're in the car yeah or if you're listening to this podcast with someone else switch phones and go into the deleted folder section in the photos you wouldn't find anything in mind you might find a few shots really yeah
okay I I feel like I've taken so many before photos
to the to the I've got this just pretty standard but that's just sort of stayed the same which is why you know taking photos of it because when you start getting this little fucking sniff of success with a look your body it's yeah
probably y'all bit like a GoPro a fucking mental yeah
and twice Should we
do it the daily okay here I've got a proposition for you okay I'm still working on Seth garden or sort of yeah yeah so you had you caught up with a mate of yours today yeah tell us about him
yeah he is a serial entrepreneur he's been very wealthy lost it all very wealthy lost it all scale businesses like no tomorrow and his name is Jeff Jarrett Jerry created body trim which is like you go into supermarkets now they're like awesome like I like the cookies yeah and you like those peppermint bark you know I like the cookies to so started vision personal training I really whichever you envision Yeah, like the red PT studios in the franchise the fuck out of it. And and then got out but he did with partners and stuff. But we we connected through Craig Harper. Yeah. Who's a fitness dude. And he was. So
Jeff. That's his name. Jeff. Jeff. I remember him so well, from the like, sort of the As Seen on TV. infomercials. Yeah,
you know, you got the prime team by. He's fucking great. He's like, super energetic. But anyway, this is this is the thought I'm having. Right? You met with him today? He was talking he does all this stuff on weight loss. Why don't we get we should get him on the podcast. Yeah, and we should set up and why don't we do it for maybe we could do it for March. Let's do the daily talk show. March body challenge. We set a child you have your chance or might not be weight loss might be you know if I can ABS or fucking biceps, triceps or maybe even laughs I'm gonna build big lots of lots of things I
would love is for you to talk to Jeff. Because Jeff knows weight loss. That's his thing. He's like, said to me today if I fucking if there's one thing I know it's white loss. It's a thing it's useful he's passionate about and he's helped hundreds of people lose weight. Did I tell you Oh yeah. I did my sister in law. Yep. So my brother's wife her mom
lost a lot of weight using Jeff's program the
program or the but what I wonder about Jeff is whether he can so I'm not at that I used to be overweight I'm not really overweight now I'm just sort of standard yeah so I'm curious to say what he could do from sort of a standard body type so I think what what I was getting at with you frustrate
me when you talk about this stuff because there's still a lot of like you've tried a lot like you just said I've got a lot of before photos but you haven't got to the after and I feel like maybe I lose a bit of that empathy for you but Jeff
I think Jeff would have another perspective because he has more conversations around weight loss and sticking to things when it comes to your body and stuff yes i'd like you to actually get it
Are you just getting pissed off mill I don't want
it totally depends on what it is because it depends on if you It takes eight weeks for your body to really start looking much better for wakes you up the GIS on and I wake slider you What's the news on Main as in like you switched up in here for me starting to get a momentum right and then you get through three months is like a Primo amount of time okay for you to get to us a five by ami from my I'm going to Bali in May so it could be up until my but then it's far less I want Jeff on the podcast because he's a very interesting dude why don't we do this why don't we because you get a bit of fact that annoyed every time we talk about gyms and healthy it very upset with me because she just get fucking triggered as your PT because you're worried that people are going to call you out or some shifts now it what is it can be frustrating conversations maybe it's the same feeling that I get with people who say they want to do all these creative things they don't do it may be the same thing so
but I do like the and maybe that's exactly the same painters if someone who's not that creative said I want to a three month creative challenge it's like well yeah I could just find that metaphor and I know you love me and if I didn't have a metaphor did well with that one but it would be fun to do something maybe we could dedicate once every two weeks to have some if we were to do something a little bit longer term say three months yeah every two weeks I'm just spit balling ideas we could have someone on like Jeff like Craig people like that to talk about this specific and have an update
them just working at that thing what that is what's
the thing that you're constantly trying to work on? What do you What's your are going through ebbs and flows of wanting or thinking about it the thing and it's like, I've got to a more consistent point of being more health more consistently. But I've gone through those obsessive sessions like the what else saying, Do you think having safe we're in Sydney now. And I'm like, I'm going to go get lunch and I went to a supermarket and got some tuna like, is that do you think that that's healthy?
like as you know, as it from a mindset point, as opposed to what? I just burped going out and having a meal somewhere. So
it depends on what the media was last night. I think it is healthy. I think it is. But but the is that like, not getting so like, it depends on what that how that how you cope with that. Like if you're being like, Oh, I need anything. And I'm being super weird about this tuna thing. The thing that's the hardest is when you make it bigger than it is. Yeah. Because I just I like tonight and La tuna or not. It's healthy healthier than the Mac is chips. And so but it hasn't become a big thing. I don't worry about the taste. It is what it is. And sometimes I won't go near it. Because I'm too far away from that. So if you can just make her life I don't really think about it too much. Because even the tuna becomes a part of you. Like last night we ate pizza and you wanted to get chips and I said let's get a salad. I
would never get chips with a pizza but it's like my I have never thought about it like that right all
right. Anything else any any other new fucking
brought the ordinary
triggered, I'm not interested. I'm fine. But lo is doing because I've tried shock my body.
People who are more fit more healthy than me a lot. And they just the like, just stock standard principles have this but also get a healthy salad as well. And it's like, I take that and I look at that. Yeah, that's good. It adds to it. So if you're, it's like the green thing. I've encouraged you to eat more grains. Like if you have a big piece of meat. At least throw in some grains, like looking at your plate. If it looks like there's not lots of greens on there. You probably doing pretty good. And so it's like adding that stuff in. See how you looking at me in this funny way. Oh no. I completely get it. Not like this is the conversation so
much. It was painful. Why is it so hard? Because it's emotional.
And the thing is, it's like a fucking annoys me even saying that because it's like, I just when I hear people talk in this way. It's like when I watched if you guys if you haven't watched this show, it's fucking amazing. I think it's only on Netflix in the US. Not in Australia. But I'm sure you'd be able to just download it. I think it's one of those TLC shows. What is it I've mentioned it to is freaky eaters. And there's an episode which I love where it's a guy who only eats burgers, and then they're trying to wean him off it. So the first challenge is him eating a burger with just a little bit of lettuce in and he starts Like who? Who I try reaching
eight letters. He couldn't
imagine it. Oh, God.
And that's patenting, right? It's like, if you have eight and ship food for a long time. It's super hard. I get it. I get in the patents of eating really bad and it's consistent. I feel horrible. I've eaten probably the worst in the last week. consistently. my guts feel funny today. I'm not feeling great. It's maybe feel a bit lethargic. Totally. The food I'm eating.
We have been up in Sydney doing some filming for you. Yeah, cool company. And we're filming fitness chick who's like a spin instructor superfit. Yeah.
Like a machine. There is a psychology it's sort of like a Soul Cycle. If you know overseas of Soul Cycle,
its own dancing. It's only cycling class. Yeah, like
spinning classes. Right. But like music, in fact, and like pumping out
like seems like a lot of fun. Yeah, I would. Melba not my cup of tea. Apparently not many strike dudes. Do what you're saying. Yeah. Well, he's in the heart of Sydney's guy. Or I really I distracted. Which one? What's that? One Sachs. oxidative stress. Like, it's it's the place to be. I can't grasp the fucking it's one of the best places in cities. So vibe and shit. And so anyway, she's super fit. My point of it is she does like 25 hour sessions a week of spin. And I remember and I know you forget, but it's like living on my glory days. There was a time where I was felt so fit. And I was thinking about looking. I was looking at her and thinking fact, I remember that feeling of being super fit. And it's a really, really fucking good feeling. Like you. You get tired and shit. But you feel strong. When you walk. You walk with great fucking posture. And you just hot right is just quality. And it it's a really like, if you haven't been there. Yeah, it's this amazing, amazing place. Like, like humans that are just, like,
It's a year to it takes it is a fucking amazing place to be. Yeah,
this is this has inspired me what I would like to do next steps I want to get I think it would be cool to get some blood tests. And this is why I'm not a fucking way too far. So this is the thing No, okay,
who's the guy that started shit and never finished it have at least started a lot of things I finished I finished
a shit if you aren't going
to the gym. Blood tests aren't going to help you get through it because they haven't helped you
before you fucking blood tests. And then you know yet you
the easiest bit was getting the blood test. The thing that you are doing is the hardest bit which is the gym. And I'm sure there's people listening who are annoyed or they're thinking I'm a prick. But it's like, like, just get away from the blood tests. It was just being but isn't that but I think that and this is probably why I don't think like I wouldn't have liked to as a PT I'm didn't talk like this to Michael honestly, 100% and on how I didn't I think if you get fed up with the industry. Yeah.
But I think the thing is that it's such a personal thing, right? So as you as you've said, everything is so prescriptive, everything needs to be specifically tailored to what motivates you and what's going to work longer term. And so for me, the reason I think about blood test is if I have blood tests then I can track it from a health point of view so it's not a white thing because I can fucking I've lost tapes of weight eating natural confectionery company lollies, right that's no problem but for the actual health for long you know a sustainable thing
and i and i think which is you being triggered based on because of your past you've had many a blood tests and it hasn't got you healthier than you were before. Right? And so I can only go if you've never had a blood test, I wouldn't be talking like this.
But I think that that's the I think that that and I think that this is playing into something interesting which is I think that's around your conversation around why like of course if I had the attitude that you're always like this you're only ever going to do this you're you know you've you've always said you're gonna be able to lose weight or that you get to do it these so all
I'm saying is there's more simple things to measure the success that you have then going to get a blood test
I agree because what you find is a
viable what's a blood test going to do for you what a blood to I always feel and what is a blood test going to allow you to track
yeah so I just want seeing goal you sorry for me. This is this is the idea around it. I have a wet like I have had like, I know that you don't think I've had success in that game. I went from 120 kilos to bang it seven kilos to me. Yeah. But going
to go back to the I'm just trying to like, I'm not disrespecting the success you've had in terms of your weight loss. But I'm my point of you getting a blood test for you to track your success. I don't know what you're trying to track.
I get that. No, but I completely get that. But I think it's also it plays nicely into the cliche, which is like we as a society. We overcomplicate things right. So we think we need the new bit of gym equipment when we don't we don't overcomplicate it, then we don't want it. Yeah, so I think you could say that right? I think that people could say don't what you're trying to do is you're putting layers so that's fucking hard of yourself. However, I also think that may getting a Texas game and getting the blood test did work I dropped I have dropped significant amounts of white since then, for me, there is a mental shift in saying by getting a blood test you're saying I'm prioritizing this. Now it's a shift you know, you can say that about heaps of things. So it's like some people will say I'm not happy right now in my life, and they'll say okay, I need to change my job or I need to change where I live or I need to change my friendship groups and the thing is, you could say to them you fucking overcomplicating it because you're not happy because I been say you don't need a new job you need to be you know exercising or doing this or doing that but I think the point is that when you change something sometimes that that is the catalyst and the thing that helps you move along in being able to do that you thought about
it almost too much rights there's something before that so you think the blood can't bloods can will keep you accountable and my thought around knowing you and I'm not giving advice to some random person giving someone advice I know a lot about you and your past but there is also the is a lot of things before that so like that will keep you accountable yeah you know that's outside of that so if you always see you'd be fucking tosses healthy because you wouldn't have fucking firecracker up your ass
yeah and there is this Keystone habits right yeah so Keystone habits of those small habits that are easy to do but they trigger off a bunch of other habits so an example of that would be
drinking more water right or not even that that the habit might be having a cup Oh, I like your cup that you always drink out of at your desk. That's the Keystone habit then what happens is you fill it up more you have more water what happens then you get off your seat more and you go and you get a new remove yourself from your computer. So you having that time all of these things end up happening which results in a better life. So the right those Keystone habits and I think some of them around like when you wake up in the morning. I know there's lots of freelances who wake up later. And I think I worked at early on that when I started freelancing. When I was younger, when I was 18, I would get up at quarter to quarter to nine or you know, you know, quarter past nine. It's like, I realized that, like, you need to get up earlier. So why I'm bringing this up. I think that there is that little bit of a mental you know, it's a very complicated, I completely understand your frustrations. And it's that thing of it's like what we were talking about the other day. I don't know if we spoke about on the podcast, but like, you can get fucking we can all get upset at what other people especially the people close to us are doing right? Well, you see, you see the things from an outside perspective on it's like, is the thing you actually need to be doing? Yeah. Which is probably super easy from the outside. And I think that the thing is, I can I can tell that you're obviously like, you're thinking about it, because it comes your the things you're saying is coming from a place of love and care and wanting to be helpful. And it's in those moments where it's like, and I i think that we are all guilty of it. where it's like, I say, fact my parents eating poorly. And you just like, Well, fuck, you need to do this, this and this. And you get real ran tea and angry about it.
It doesn't change across the board. I know so many pts that all experience frustration with clients that are very strong Lee talking about what they want, but aren't doing what they need. Yeah, and the excuses and stuff. So it does. It runs so deep across the medical industry, the health and fitness industry. It's like this podcast, we've committed to doing it five days a week. Yeah, we've moved a lot of Chanel life to make it happen. Yeah. And there's been a lot of success and it's been from the consistency of it. And I can tell you right now, if we did the same thing with you and I maiden down the park for half an hour a day just to fucking do a few push ups and get fit and move around what he would bring outside is bigger than you and I at the park. Yeah, it would change how you walk into a supermarket it change how you feel about yourself, if you change your attitude towards exercise potentially, I don't know but their flow on effects that
at will outside of your mental capacity, I would like you what you believe will happen and I think that the key and if we use this podcast as sort of a proxy to what we're talking about is we need to prioritize and so the what I would probably say to someone who say the feedback that I give to myself is that's really good like it's fine going and getting the blood test might have no or some impact but beyond that what is the next step like look two to three steps ahead and saying so that's that's not the starting that's not even stashing yet right? That's like the fact that that's not even the business plan. That's like going it's like you want to open a burger joint. This is literally saying I'm gonna go to grilled. My first step, I'm going to go to grilled, I'm gonna have a bug, I get the analogy. I think it's a bit different. Because I think you put the blood test as the thing that you're going to be then 17 steps down the track getting another blood test. So it is the start for you. It is the start it has to be a if and you got a blood test. I just go and you never followed up and got the next one. Well, I didn't like us. Like we're talking probably seven years ago to do
doing fantasies. That dude who gets blood tests,
but I did do it. I actually I found the full i'd to do a follow up one. But the thing was that I was also not like,
I hadn't lost a significant amount of white Where's Yeah, I don't know, maybe you're right. Being into something. And I like for me, I've been really into weight training my life. And I've and it's I've just got into it. It's like I actually enjoy it. Which is you don't right. And that's okay. I got into kickboxing for a while I did that for ages and then I just totally fell off it's not my thing. And so my point of this is like everything is easier in life when you find that thing that is something that stimulates you in a way that you mind you like it just it doesn't become the burden and then you can even when you don't like it it just becomes after doing something you like. So it's like if you like canoeing knowing because it's very it's your live by reverts true you start killing. And then by the time you've done enough, because he had loved it, you then stick at it when you don't really love it that you know that week because it's fucking pouring rain. We actually do this now every day, like what we're doing. And so it's like that is a principle
for success as one of many principles. But for you, you've tried a lot of stuff. And so it's what is the thing that you like, and he's there and maybe you get through so many things, I don't like it. But you can't be then applying that success principle because it's not working for you in that so you have to shift the principal and it could be so I don't know, commitment to a mate just rocking up Do you know like, the lesson that I talk take out of this is
it's more have the need to not talk about it anymore. It's the need to like, you know, if I look at other people in life and I look at the
you know, people who aren't that successful and now say I was going to invest in Bitcoin or I could have done you know, I I actually knew this person I my cousins might was a lon musk and you know, is Yeah, just all these things, right? Yeah. And so, I think that the,
we can get stuck in this loop that we find ourselves in. And it takes these conversations to think about it, which is it's a mix of,
what would it be, it's like this idea of proving, proving to myself self that I have the mental capacity to be able to do it. I think that the weaknesses that that is also the myki hinderance it's the thing that I do beat myself up on because it's like why it's the thinking about you should be doing it and you're not. And that I think is more painful than being completely naive with your situation. Yeah,
I mean, it's so complex, right? And I've said on this podcast about how I go to the gym because my mental state and my family like, I feel like they they're things that pushed me through those shitty times because it's not not anymore. Like I just can wake up what I want and go to the gym when I want. And I'd have to think too much I love that but it's not my reality anymore. And so what's kept me going is a lot of those things and so it's for you What's that I don't know maybe you can find something maybe becomes the point where you've been talking about it for so long and you're looking at your own success in the past and you fed up with not getting
or getting to a place where you want to be so that's becomes the driver and I think that if we we can look at all these other things in life where look at you know, look at where you were in business two years ago or were you know all of these things and we were different people and I think that
there is a danger in thinking that we are the same and that we're always going to be the same and I think that if anyone else can take something out of this episode as I think it's an painful one to listen to I don't think that this
I don't think that the last 20 minutes he's fucking interesting to listen to because I think that things that are fucking boring is people talking about their health or their dreams
using that to me so much
and I think that the it's maybe thinking of it like maybe you've got something like you know but so that this wasn't a complete fucking waste of your listening power think about what is your version of what I'm talking about now what is so for something like that
I like that observation because then white thing dude I don't know what it's like to be overweight I've never in my life been overweight yeah if I tried I would struggle to get overweight is my body type and legit like me I'm pretty skinny cans of my body and so
I don't know so for other people it might be
that it's their job
just leaving your job getting a new job yeah be that one thing
or it can be so much fucking smaller than that right but it's about actually rather than saying that it's going to happen or you know theorizing about stuff just fucking do it and so Mike commitment is actually you know what March like we won't do anything we won't do anything in April is I stopped listening 10 minutes a night they come back in April we can close the loop The thing is that I'm like I'll take it as my personal journey This is something that I'll work on it's good and then we can come back at when I've actually done it because I know like it's definitely a thing right like it I've got footage of me
what 13 or 14 years ago as a kid being wide on scales preparing for a weight loss challenge so awesome I mean it's not packing or me it's awesome that you've got that footage
but it's um but
yeah that's how long you been doing this shit for in fact it and it's and it's and I just want to say I've been I've offered you like let's go to the park T rex straps I've got some I own some we're gonna you know be like if you push me to do that as much as it's not the fucking most fun thing for me to be doing I have offered that Ryan and so it's like I deny it yeah I see videos and creating videos the breakdown of the process is really like the metaphor of what we're talking about the elements of it
very similar to success across anything it's like just getting started like you start making a really short video it's like your videos are always going to be crap to start with you know just keep chipping away learning research is like the same with exercise honestly think yeah
and it's it's about impulses as well it's about planting seeds it's not about you're not going to be it's not you're not getting an instant Rhea if I start tomorrow I'm not gonna I'm not gonna say anything tomorrow and that's and that's like the hottest thing in six weeks yeah four
to six weeks you will that's when you start tipping point and so
that's doing the right that's the thing right that's the interesting bit is it's putting in doing something now with the idea that it's going to be better feel lighter and it's not as sexy and it's not as fun in the moment is not geared towards our impulses or our you know satisfaction loop whatever they fought you know the whatever that's called
Instant gratification yeah
it's like you we laid in earlier on about bang something it's like a challenge or whatever I think that becomes the problem right when it's like this trivialize always self container we sort of
it's good for a short term Yeah, it's good. But when you really do it for yourself, which it sounds like you can came around and like, Fuck, that's a mission. I only go and stop talking about it.
I'm sure that we've said this in a previous episode.
I'm sure that this is just fucking at seven or some shit is re re far enough. La but the thing is that and one other thing I would like to say is what is the thing that keeps coming up again and again and again. And again. What's the same stories that you keep telling yourself or what's the same conversations that you're having because maybe they're the things that you need to work on. I feel guilty talking about stuff to people and they're not doing it I feel like I don't want to be a broken record and I feel like there's some stuff you know, I've talked to you about staff and you've helped me come up with concepts and stuff that I haven't followed through with it's like a fucking feel that I want and I'm just like it's a driver for me I think putting it out there talking to a maid is good but if you continuously do it when it becomes
yeah and and I've always said that you know happiness is about making promises to you and the people around you and keeping them and when you don't keep those promises that's when your happiness is going to be impacted and so that's like I'm gonna wake up at this time or I'm gonna deliver on this thing where I'm going to make this person at this time all of those things and many promises yeah
this was an interesting one yeah
you say why we did I try to divert from going down a rabbit hole with you on that that's why when when you minutes 4545 minutes later right and we're not allowed to not put this up
we have to put it so daily talk show everyone maybe I should have not press it maybe we should have gone back and started again and I have
no I said at the start of the episode you you wanted I wanted to start again you would let me know so that's that would have been a different episode exactly, value and catch you tomorrow. Bye guys.