#051 – Robbing people of their problems/
- March 27, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Tuesday March 27 (Ep 51) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett. –
Tommy calls the cops and Josh asks how to be a good mentor.
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It's a daily talk show everyone. How are we Episode 51? In my home today, right? We're homestretch. What do you mean? home stretch
to get to 100. Wait, wait, wait. close to them. It's true. We're getting closer. Every day. It's Yeah, I'm just coming down off a high.
I will. just tired from doing a road trip in one day to ship it back. No, it's fun.
You I feel like your levels. Talk for me for a sec. Talk for me for a say. I feel like you all levels are quieter than mine.
Are they don't you think? Yeah.
You hold the monitor and close the amount. Maybe we don't need to restart it. Because of that. We've we've got a new new piece of gear and
tell us tell us if it's shit. Yeah,
I think it Yeah. Tell us tell us if there's been a change in quality. Good or bad.
I'm sorry. We wasted 55 seconds of your life.
Maybe we wasted about 35 minutes of their life. Every day is a few extra minutes. Why
I pulled a JJ would you do? I didn't see Steve squeegee at math.
Do we need to talk about that every episode
a to clarify. Guess if I'm saying I pulled it could be
it could be a wish to JJ.
I pulled the JJ said. I called the police I called triple zero. What about just do the
What do they say when you call police fire? ambulance. I chose police. Okay. And then you already said that the beginning. Yeah. Sorry. I was just excited that you said. So you're in Collingwood? Yeah.
So I was on my skateboard. And I was scanning past this kid. I mean, at first I thought you have the tennis player but he's just the lad yeah so low shirt so he's wearing like this spray jacket and they all like a spray jackets like a you know when they slippy okay. Every jackets. Almost looks like you're gonna shoot. parachute jacket. a parachute pants spray jacket. He was almost look like he was about to go ask. Who'd take it off and get into a game of ping pong. Okay. And so anyway, he had like a hat on the redhead kid. Literally a kid he would have been 13 maybe. And you called the cops on him. Yeah, because a little prick I looked at his hand. And he had coming down his jacket. And as he's fucking slave was a knife. And he gave me this little smarmy look, and I thought Fuck you. I'm calling the cops. Yeah, because I could pull a roundhouse kick the head and you'd be asked what a little fuck out what are you gonna do with that I'd run so
the cops come Did you know
I didn't hang around I had to go somewhere. But I was like, I'm calling the cops and so I called and I had to go through the process of where is he what's the first of all, they were very location versus non stop location. didn't even ask like is this what is your user my name and I
know facto like when I've called the have asked me and I've always Oh, it normally been on the freeway and I just really struggle i think i think i've just passed channel Oh, I googled it. Yeah,
I was hanging or just Google the show for
you guys have the technology to know where I am.
No. Anyway, those are few things that went on first of all, like pissed off at this key because he had a knife and I've never done it before called in cold. Something like that. You know, just saying something. I didn't actually there was no crime happening. Yeah, but I just thought I hope this kid just either gets fucking locked up. Or, you know, what was the plan? I don't know. That's the thing. I have no idea. And so I went through I mean, it was neither the commission flats where there is a bit of violence that goes on and this kind of stuff does happen around those areas at times. And so I thought I started feeling a bit sorry for the key cuz I was like he could be from a poor upbringing like a like it probably you know, it's just a really big bad families probably
getting he might be fucking have someone I reckon. There's been cases where the kids at school that get bullied and they bring a fucking knife discord to try and protect them. So I
thought there was a protection things something was going to happen. Oreos angry and he's going to stab somebody. But I thought like kids when the young don't know, like, I remember this is story from when I was your 10. And I moved to this new school. And so what was i 15 iF 15 going on 16. And there was some kids that was sort of bullying May at school, a new kid at the school. And if I can get them nothing. Yeah. And so I didn't didn't really give a shit about friends there. Because I'd already had a tight group of friends from other schools that I've been to. So you probably letting our fives anyway. Yeah, probably. And they saw me as new fresh meat. And so I kind of got picked on these these kids or had older brothers. And there was this one that fucking had lunch. An older brother that was notorious for being a bully. Like a gangster back in those days anyway, and then a year 10 formal I had like a fuel economy. And now we're just fucking you. token Cheetos. You know something. I can't remember what it was.
But I just remember it was like, because of this kid. He got his older brother's friends to sort of steer me up. Yeah. And in fact, in the worst feeling like I'm in this venue. I have to get past these fucking pricks to get out of there. Because I thought they might have bashing me anyway. Nothing is happening. But I remember like I had, I had like a knife stashed.
That's why I had a knife stashed on the walk to school where I'd be by myself. I knew this place and like to be honest, and it was sort of like a kitchen is just kitchen enough I just saw on the ground. And so it wasn't like, I brought it from home. very opportune. Like, I saw it on the ground. I was like, stash that just in case I ever coming off. I can run, grab it. And it has, sillies. that mindset now, because I'd never do that now. And so what I thought was I, I got pissed off of this kid, and I snitched on him to the police today. You did him a favor. Yeah, I honestly do. And and but then I thought fact I know how you just don't have the sheet together in your head. When you're 1513 or 12. And you've What is it frontal cortex, your front of light, like where you develop as a human to know what's fucking writing going on, and what's wrong, like even having opinions about things and just, you know, it's all it's so new for them impulsive yet all these things I saw a guy I think was on gold straight in Collingwood
on a bike and he had leather like he was on a bicycle and he had like, leather style gloves. He just robbed a joint and he was like, on the process of taking them off. Do you think that's enough? I would you go. Yeah,
there's a few. There's a few clubs around here that some people will probably be into leather. The
look like. I think he looked like
a guy who was probably a junkie. Yeah, and he was doing the rounds and just stealing shit. And I sort of looked at him I did fact actually
this yesterday Bray was I think slightly embarrassed by me. I saw a guy
whose dog took a sheet I was talking shit like me all the Palais was like 50 it was like 50 meters from us yeah it started when will and so by the time we got to him he had to be at the stage of
cleaning it up Baghdad and so I was watching him and I slowed down and we got past him and at that point I just like turned around him was one watching him and he was like fumbling with a bag in each pocket and I'm like so the bag and then I turned around and kept walking and then like a couple of seconds light of my instinct says I don't think he I don't think he had any intention of cleaning that up I looked around and he was walking already and I think I still saw the sheet on the ground and I started walking towards him to be like Hi my Did you clean up the sheet on the ground because I'm pretty sure that style of sheet I've stood in because some backward hasn't cleaned up the dogs inside my brain was like I've got a we've got to get to work
I do like like that sort of thing. But
I caught a bug and grub today
that have Why would I call someone straight a grab if they drop something on the ground I can hipster mo factor a hipster what you said hipster motherfucker okay going into get these foam roll on straight yeah he's like pull back here like it you know he's probably working at an agency human he's made dress size fat okay fucking agencies don't get me started gone and he's just he would be from a fucking happen on a Rolly Rolly cigarette and then just real hipster secret yeah and he just puts it out the fucking front door steps on at once and leaves it I just looked and looked at these may just mean grab
we didn't sell yeah it's like when you call people right
yeah I love it rat you fat Can
you think of the animal yeah grub I don't know what other thing is like I like it I like your then I'm sure the trigger now about that stuff like I saying people leader and Charlie captain's brother. Yep. came in. He's like a blew up a factory. I don't know if he said I blew out. But he's like, let's just on the way here. And I saw a guy smoking and then he just bring that app flicks it out the window. And I spit up and just makin and he said something to the guy about throwing cigarette. And he and he he did it because I have told that story in the podcast about how I kick the cigarette back in the shot grind
and so inspiring people around the world. My
How do you not what do you think happens when you put something on the ground and will call What about this fucked up story
brace friend. She caught up with her the other day was saying that she got in the mail a fine from the API. few hundred bucks for littering. She's like I can't remember littering at all. And then she remembers this road rage into them where this lady was yelling at him so the fact had decided to dub on her for littering when she didn't let her
that's a faulty system like isn't I've wanted to have wanted to do that like five somewhat yeah that I wanted to
dub on people for doing this wrong thing but then that's a flawed system it's a shift system if you can fucking someone can just but I would go hard right like if I hadn't done that I'd be like okay what's the what's the process to take this to court I'll go to court for make the person camera because I think that's the process I would fucking go all in yeah I would be like Peter teal going after Gorkha
like someone's just answered me as being guy a billionaire going after media company for sales guy Josh back and type in and if you put him through the API ringer it's fucking true. I want an API award for a what API stand for Environmental Protection Authority why the facts you how do you When do you work for the API because they do they did you know coloring in competitions or like drawing competitions and i when i was a kid i would have been like 12 jurors picture which was like a campaign which I created which was
getting choked up remembering the the amazing opportunity now it was a it was a science works they actually like I went there and got a photo with my artwork that made it but it said I came up with the caption get your butt out of the environment and it's a tray smoking
gets a bad environment like
it was sort of a play on words as if like you're dirty but but like a cigarette but I can show you now that I've got all my photos uploaded to Google Photos I can show it to maybe work it way to do it I will actually know what we'll do that's good I think we need more reasons to put stuff up on Instagram yeah I'll put it on the daily talk show Instagram just for the oh look at them yeah and I'm wearing a secured a polo shirt football because my mates grandpa was part of them daily and club so I switched teams so I could get a free box toy idea ratted on to the API want what do you make but I so your every single time you're having a girl someone you're projecting a little bit
now. Well I got ratted on because the API also deal with noisy noisy noisy vehicles vehicles
and I had it wasn't your red leather Bay man
now that was nice. Quiet yeah stealth
but you wouldn't change the muffler some some big thing that was a big thing changed about Phil mufflers like the Holden's the the Jenny Hogan the lady who ran the mosque your primary school campaign that you say are
like the Hogan Are you fucking don't know the whole
Well now that I say that you can connect it all together yeah Jenny Hogan from Moscow primary school who would eight twisters for breakfast lovely lady and I really love yeah
she's still I mean as long
it's fine No but she was just like you she would have the fracking craziest she was like a money making machine at the campaign would have the worst of the worst type of food but she also had a like a Ford Falcon a red Ford found some big anything that
like it was like a drag car fucking amazing I had my veil Komodo sick ID seven one owner bought it from out your way in
devil hills yeah that way I can't remember somewhere off the princess highway princess highway
anyway I put it came stock and then I put a muffler onto it exhaust system
and what would you spent have spent on I was in like 384 400
I remember wasn't much and the thing was allowed installed, if I can install man right Sandringham,
you turn your backing phone off yeah sorry about that you have to buy a slab every time that happens the
no way was fully like you've described my family is like the upper middle class Bogan was that what the show was middle class bargains that like this is how bad way well
let me put my story
where could this muffler story you pay to
read it out okay sure. Fucking if
you like so it's fine. So anyway,
I got my father had it for six months and then went down a street and some guy survived and we sort of gave him the finger or something out of that something silly like he was looking out at the road was down to quite back straight and he just went well anyway held his hand Yeah, tell me just devices hand like you fucking youth. Anyway, in the API, you need to go and get muffler tested. And so I was like, Fuck, it failed the test. And so I took it back to the muffler guys and I just launched this past week cost me money cost me 190 bucks or something to get it so I got done so that I don't know if it's him. And you never know. That's the thing they're not gonna go well fucking kidding me school at daycare. They don't tell us who the kid was. So yeah.
Anyway, let's get my writing got ratted on story. We're just talking cars and the upper middle class bullion theme
I remember like we got the SS Commodore I can't like one of the first probably one of the first in Melbourne to have the SS Commodore in Tiger color which was that gold color we were the sickest fucking family like there was all these delays
what you know an engine that has
it was it was definitely a vi
yeah I couldn't tell you the exact stuff it looked pretty sick like you couldn't see much because it was sort of a modern looking car and everything sort of had a shadow on it but the amount you'd sort of lifted up you know if I can showing it bit know we we
would ordered the cat like the custom badges that would turn it from a home to a Chevy say basically could get them from the States and put them on because it was the same like fucking model before like American culture ship but would also have people D badge the car all the time badge the car yeah big fat so I meet her and the annoying thing was that would bend to the side of the car the badges around the six bucks but every time they would do it at the end you know basketball stadium and I remember just bank fear it like just as a kid being fucking rope football and being like I'm want to set them up I went to a fault fact and sting and catching these cons and we would get so annoyed because you know we felt was bad it was six box the the bench on the cost expats but the fact and scrape the paint are trying to get it all so we will like day goodbye we should just have a fucking box or badges there rather than very annoying
even just leave me a car in bond I Bronte in Sydney's of my episodes up and markets have boobs
they tell you do not leave the car on the straight like if you've got a nice guy he will get key is like a big King culture and if that's the right term culture of King but there's a big is a bunch of cans in Australia that case
why bullying that happens apparently I think in like San Francisco any of the big like Range Rover he style cat like the anything that takes up a bunch of fuel yeah
just fucking they get Cade I think if you think about the people that are killing these cars they might be angry and have you ever Qaeda car No I haven't I haven't because I like you asked about people Griffey being on cars it's like that's where you limit is its yeah you place a sheet if you do it yeah PC sheet if you take a car i've you know I've actually opened the door and sort of make a bit of pain Africa and I felt so bad because the door and drove off. It's like fac that's say that's like I've had it done to me. Is it the cost of having a car? I
heard a bang right when we're at a McDonald's car park. Maybe two years ago. You shut yourself No, I look and a lady has just fucking slammed her door into our car. Okay,
she was putting a kid in the car.
I'm just gonna I just had politely Excuse me. Did you use him? Yeah, he said I'll pay with you in a second. All j us like you're you're a fucking idiot. And I the biggest concern I had was Bray is super fucking OCD and pedantic about shit and she would just be on to any little marks and stuff like that should be on to it like the fucking crispy praying Episode Episode after that the the fat girl the little girl who would have been like 11 years old The reason I'm comfortable calling the fat goats because she reminded like of me when I was 11 and she was any crispy crunchy was getting a Krispy Kreme should just gotten Krispy Kreme and we hear a bang and she was holding it down and fell out. Haha.
And pushed the the door into our car. Yeah, very was tracking on to it. Like, do you remember that? Yeah.
No, I haven't brought it up. Okay. When I haven't looked back. I mean, zero. They could. They could be. The thing is, if you actually look if I was to do a little scratch on someone's car. It would cost I could be ridiculous to do a climb on that. What is the etiquette around breaking people's things? If you break someone's things, you'd fix it. So
random person. I think there's like different I remember the only time I've ever broken something. If someone's actually there was the damn Whitman drone bought him a new one.
But no, I I remember. We were on a property. First time ever riding a motorbike. P with pd 150 I think about motorbikes. Pee Pee pee. Wee 50 audio. Yeah, sorry. I'll be the 150 would be a base as a payday 150 years is a Sony camera.
peewee 5050 always wanted one pay 50
Yeah. So I'd never written a motorbike before we were very excited. And
mum fucking hated motorbikes because she's like you can kill yourself so I'm like they said okay you can have a go anyway I was like fracking flooring it going super fast and I was going down this hill and my brother Jake one of the turn so what would you do if you want to turn
George can have to be fucking jumps in front of them motorbike to stop me and I just put on the break which fucking locks up the brakes yeah and I say lied and fucking flip the motorbike end up like snapping the exhaust all the front God or like the it had like a front God and sort of a branded number plates like just it was like a novelty type of one just been to everything and I was just you know when you like it's on top of you and you're like oh we oh yeah we Yeah When did I was had old bruising up my you know leg you know thigh where the fucking exhausted hit me yeah it's fact but I fucked their bike would it work? Yeah, I think it was a thing it was one of those answers like I yet fine cosmetically
looked a bit yeah. But it was a bit factor. But it started Yeah. But
I feel like in those scenarios I'd probably
I think I overthink like I feel like I'm you know, world where I'm constantly feeling like I are people things. I'll give you an example. Hey, can we just
close that loop? In fact, he's bike I didn't. The theme was I was like, 11 years old. You did nothing. You know your internet. You can do it. Now. I didn't do I think? I think that won the lotto. This family gets fat. Yeah,
there were two. I think it was on a 250,000 or something. It's still but I because I remember. And they had tennis courts and ship. It was like a friend of a friend. But
know what I was going to say. This is how much I overthink things. I was in the shower this morning. And I was thinking back to our episode. And, you know, when we had your make the PDA from Shepperton. Yeah, and he had his kids. And the last thing he says I got the guys the site hungry going to go. And they he said I think that you guys have in the food out sort of trigger them. And in the moment, I wanted to say, let's get some some food for them. Right? Yeah, and I didn't. I'm fucking a note. Like, I will say this is the thing. So Bray always pulls me up on things because I'll fucking I have that inclination or I'm always let me grab this thing. Or I'll get this food or I'll buy this thing or and I don't know where the the mark is in went like, cuz I don't think he was expecting that at all though, buddy. But there's also that like, I like being generous. I felt like that was such a fun environment where I could have done what I like doing which is saying you know what, let's sort of some hot chips and stuff. But then I was like, maybe he just wanted an hour maybe they wanted to leave and that was his way out. And so that I would have been more of a pain in the ass and more needy and I wouldn't have been providing value by giving them food. I felt that I think I had two kids that's exactly what I'm thinking the fuck out today. And this is annoyingly how my fucking Brian is constantly thinking
and extends to like mentorship stuff, right? So I'm doing this Mentor Program at the moment, which is going down a Josh mind rabbit hole. Because here we go.
Well, because we went from breaking other people's stuff. I was actually really enjoying that conversation. Now we're talking about if you want to go here, let me let me just go on this yesterday on the mentorship we go. No. So it's that whole thing about the wanting to help people and things like that. So
I feel like over the last like 12 years, I've had so many like unofficial mentees, people who I've just sort of thought like, I can think i can i can help them. Let me help the day. Yeah, and what I'm trying to understand at the moment is what do we do to help people like what like, have you had people in your life where you like, man, I think that the fact that you got, you have so much potential
and then you try and push something and I've always ended up being a little bit disappointed, or I've always felt like I've been applying my agenda and haven't been listening enough and doing what they need. Or I've tried to
teach them stuff so they don't have to learn themselves and be like, it's that whole thing of like, I think robbing people of their problem. Yeah, yeah, like you said that recently. So sounds like you're trying to tell someone not to make a mistake but a lot of people need to make a mistake Yeah, have the problem to work it out. I think I've spent more time being mentored by PayPal attached myself to people like jewels land friend of mine, Rob Menzies producer, TV producer, who else bread March and I like these people haven't asked to help me out. Yeah, I've just formed a friendship more so with some people that are quite good, because I may have felt like I have been on the back foot not the back foot. I felt like I have had articulate this I feel like I've been the kid for a long time and I'm coming out of that stage into this I actually know a lot more now like you you've been told me in a lot of ways in terms of filmmaking, you know, announced I didn't know what more things a lot you know, I don't have the technology you know, so my point is I haven't gone I haven't done that mentoring as such
feeling I'm felt like I've been doing doing that with Lucy with the word now I am now I am a probably got a bit more often now. And and that's my thinking, right? Because you've been mentoring over 12 years off your own back and you've got a lot to offer and we've all everyone's got something to teach somebody else right. But maybe people don't see it as that okay, I'm mentoring I know you like you quite enjoy it when it works. Yeah,
a bit. How do you what has the qualities been for the Brad's you know the the have have been sort of those unofficial mentors and what are some of the qualities the qualities that
they've offered up yeah
or the ways like what has been the the the wine which they've delivered their mentoring
just I mean, I someone like Jules, he's very much offering up and approach and he's not saying you need to do it like this. He's offering up he's thought and I've, I think I've been a good men men men t student maintain. But I think I've been a good student to jewels, because fact to do is tell me to do so many things. And I've done it and it works. And Brad has told me a bunch of different stuff with radio and I've done it and I listen and I try. And so for instance, I I approach these people with
them in mind of how they would want me to be approaching them. And that's really worked. And so for Jules it's offering up advice when he can about how to approach something. So
know I've told us years ago in an email is like that he was my mentor. But I've never done that since. Yeah, so I've never officially like it's just become someone who offers advice. That's his mental, like, the definition of mentor doesn't have to be this like you. Now my apprentice
would never the best mentors are just the people in our life that naturally provide us with wisdom and direction. Yeah, and, you know,
and so you're listening to them, you're putting them up a bit, because and that's what helps the I guess the diff defining part part role that they're playing is when you're actually thinking that have a lot to offer you I think that's the thing the mentee needs to know that the mentor is bringing a lot of value that they do not have. And if that's not clear, and if that's maybe the case, and I know there's some of the stuff you're talking about some people that would have had an amazing opportunity with you. Yeah, but never took it. Yeah. And I think that we can look at a guy silly because I've
had that too, right? Well, maybe it's because that I have that whole rubbing of the problems I've tried to position, I never position it as on the mentor, I'm just like, giving these thoughts and doing these things. And sort of an order almost like doing a bit of a performance so that it doesn't feel that way. I'll give you like a strong example of yesterday with with Bray with her work. So there's a bunch of things that I am just okay, like, good at. And I think the reason that I'm good at it is because, you know, from a social media point of view, I have done community management for a bunch of companies before different brands. And I've just been in that space, right, just like you asked me technology stuff. So I Bry with setting up,
you know, Facebook pixels, and doing all the different marketing stuff, the Hey tiger, where she works, and she was asking me these questions in regards to like, how do I do this? How do I run the ad manager thing? How do I get the catalog of, you know, items in all this sort of thing. And
we had this conversation where I was like, just Google, just google this, these are the things too tight. So some of the tips I gave was Facebook, the business manager, and the ad manager is changing so often. So anything that if you watch a video that's from six months ago, it's too fast enough. So type in the things that you're trying to do. And then search and filter by recent. So you can say things that if it's more than two months old, don't bother watching it. Just watch all of the new stuff. And she was so frustrated cuz she's like, you not fucking helping. But the thing is, and it wasn't till after where she, I think she came around to realize it's like, I am helping, because I feel like the the selfish thing for me to do is to rob her of the problems and to and to be like, Oh, yeah, I'll do it. And then just be like, do the googling, whereas what I'm trying to do with how do you teach the methodology to learn? So Google these things, go to these websites, view these videos and actually go through that process?
Well, I mean, that's setting a task and that's what Jules has done for me. He's almost sent me projects, not officially bits, like, do this. Yeah. So right now, I've got to go and do something. Yeah. Whereas I've been helping Lucy my, my young apprentice I've been helping her lightened man, I've I can see the mistake she's going to make before she makes it. But I've been holding off saying anything. Yeah. Because unless she makes it and sees, you know, if it's big, it's, it'd be different if it's going to cost something, or, you know, but I can, I can totally tell you what, what I think will happen based around the experience I've had, and sure enough, it's fucking happened. And then we had a session after she did some edit. And I said, what, how would you approach it differently? She said, all the things that I would have pointed out, but I couldn't point them out. Because I took that advice from you. Yeah, my mentor, I took the advice from you is like, I think you just said it to me, just you said that don't rub people have their problems just before I went into that, and I had that in my mind. And it worked. Because the thing is, and I think that it's so counterintuitive as well, right? Because the theory that I've gone with is like fact, if I can just teach them all of these things, so they don't make the
problems that I like, have the issues and the mistakes that I've made you feel the anxiety I think I do to like, I'm like, oh, you're gonna do that you do this thing, or it's the it's those conversations, its realizing that people don't think the way that you think Yeah, and that's been an interesting, like, I have conversations with people all the time. And they asked for advice on are, what should I do next.
And it's very hard to say, you need to completely change the way that you're thinking. Like,
if you if you're thinking about if you're worried about
like blockers, like I can't do this thing, because, you know, I can't be making videos because none of my friends are available. Like my friend was meant to help me with the editing, but they can't help me anymore. So I haven't done a video in a few years. I'm like, well, learn how to fucking do ever don't rely on anyone else.
And that's hard fucking advice. And its intrinsic. I don't think talking about wired. I think that that is a wire wiring element to it, which is like everyone can be rewired. But we all have a foundation norm wiring, which is based on these things. And maybe it's been us saying what initiative does and what saying this people out there who take the advice don't work for free, right there. Students right there in university and they hear a lecture or they hear they watch a video where it's like, don't work for free. Like don't don't fucking devalue yourself.
effect fuck head, you've just spent $30,000 you have spent you have given out 1520, $30,000
for fucking University. And now all of a sudden, you won't work for fucking free? Yeah. How about like, how about rather than unique has its places, different industries, even for video for some people that need that structure. But what would happen if you took the 20, $30,000
put it in the bank and said, this is going to I'm going to live off this for a year and a half? I'm gonna fucking work for a for a year. What impact would that have, rather than spending 30 grand on going to the ACI? What happens if you spend 30 grand and saying I'm going to make a fucking documentary film for an entire year? I could buy a fucking camera. I could do all of my travel expenses. It's crazy.
It's doing Yeah. I. But it's also realizing that I'm with a doing rewires you because if you're because yeah, the only mindset shift for the dude who hasn't done a video on a few years because he's nine town available. Yeah. What a fucking loser. They can't find anyone for years. But if he actually just does it. Yeah,
actually doing video on his own back. You'll think if I can do that, it will real shift him. And I think that what I realized is that we're all coming from a place of privilege. way. You and I are coming from a place where we will tell you can fucking do it. TJ you're a versa. You're a fucking rooster. Yeah. And you can do it. You can fucking do it. That's not what a rooster sounds like. He had enough. And the thing is, there's lots of people who haven't had that. And that have been parents who have said not you've got a fucking go to do the unique thing. You gotta do this. You got are you doing the fact and creative stuff, okay. But you better do it our way. And that's where they fucking hole minds thing placed. And there's no right or wrong. But I think that my empathy for these people is the realization that like, you know, I had supportive people around me that were showing me the why and that didn't and, and I was lucky enough that because of that wiring, or whatever you want to call it, when I do have roadblocks. When I say roadblocks. I almost like I get a level of excitement because I'm like, I'm on a path that you some people say roadblock and they're like, okay, but I'm on the wrong path where I'm like, Fuck, no one's gone. Hey, let's smash through this and see what we can do risk. Even more reward. I'm going to go pick up. Bodie. Yeah, I've got to go pick up Bray. It's a daily talk show every want to thank you for listening. Please send us an email. Thanks, Michelle. For the email. Did you say No, I haven't. Oh, yeah. She She sent an email. I think she was checking out your nodes on the Google because I talked about and I think she could find another Yeah, you have to send her a link
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