#063 – Josh reporting from the Gold Coast/
- April 12, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Thursday April 12 (Ep 63) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett. –
We’re in different locations! Josh getting out of his comfort zone on the Gold Coast & Tommy explores his goals.
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It's a daily talk show everyone what up everybody you might you might hear a bit of difference in Joshua's audio because he's coming to you live from the com games yeah live from the sunny sunshine ways in the Gold Coast y'all can go coast ease what's the difference between the Sunshine Coast in the Gold Coast? Well I think there is Sunshine Coast is like down past the Gold Coast I actually like this not more so than the Gold Coast so like I know sir, I think that's the Sunshine Coast up that way
because I am at the moment let me just look on a map where I actually am so I'm staying Yes, I've just decided to come up and they were saying there weren't many people to come games and you know I hate crowds. I'm like it was quiet
like you aspire to be supporting Australia but only in the way that you know see fit
Yeah, apparently someone was saying that normally during Easter they're at I think it's like 110% capacity or something like in population wise or something and for the first time in 17 years it's been like the lowest amount of people during that time and like the calm games because they told everyone to get out
there like guys plan ahead This is gonna be fucking crazy or they also said that this is going to increase you know revenue in restaurants and you know hotels and then there's been a bit of an issue
well there's just I heard a guy on a plane saying that he's got a rental place up here and yeah they they know and was renting it out there were a guy's a volunteer told me yesterday that they're only like 30% capacity at the moment like that it's literally gone the other why
I've been staying with my mate nice on who's moved here and I feel like I take a lot of joy when these things go down I'm just like my there's so much room it's a drive is just like there's no lines or the cat Where do you want to go anywhere? It's an interesting place to go cuz what's your first
service Paradise is where I am so nice and described it as a bit like damn it gets a bit of hype from people yes because it's a bit touristy but he just wanted something just smacking that has that experience but for me, it feels very much like the areas that were painting feels a bit like Florida Yeah, should have have you have these two
two sort of competing things you've got like retirees and young people
it's the closest you get to really having like America you have 20 different types of Americans because they change from East Coast to West Coast. Like it's dramatic in the in their voice and you know, even look in the way they dress and so Gold Coast I feel is like the It Gets towards the Australian that international people think Australians are like a bit more Bogan ish which isn't a bad thing I love I love broad base which is like the next suburb on from Surfers Paradise I that's where I stay if I got there it's just a bit quieter and and it's neither it's neither casino Not that I gamble but yeah I really liked it it's my you go up in Melbourne in Australia wintertime you can go to the Gold Coast and it's fucking war it's so good yeah so anyway I have not watched one bit of the com games and editor of wired to be honest like
well I was meant to go to the boxing but night sounds like on that can get tickets and and that's the important part of the whole experiences you
guys we're going to the boxing you get there and he's like we're just going to Bollywood's
Hollywood's now i don't think so
is it like Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood is like famous strip club on the on the strip in the Gold Coast I've never been it I've just heard stories from Hollywood's
the fact there's also you know you're talking about people looking different I reckon nice and described it as people super healthy they're not thinking about it you've got like it's sort of like the bargains like they were doing house before it became cool maybe
the further you go and then it probably gets to a point because it gets too fucking hot up up the
east coast of Australia but the further you go people are just healthy like compared to from Melbourne to Sydney Sydney is just that the climates more conducive to being outdoors and the walks around you know the eastern suburbs a fucking outrageous like I live in St Kilda now ones there's maybe one or two people out in the morning running along the the the water in Sydney there's hundreds every morning it's just and then you go up you're right it's like I've got my mom my mom's old best friend actually they're still best friends Joseph who know this is this is a name drop
Josie and set and Bob and set Bob's dad was the guy who created and set airlines and that's cool yeah and so I've mom went to mom worked at a budget rent a car with them Joshi and Bob was there Bob was the owner
and so he's you know long time entrepreneur and anyway they live up on the Sunny Sunny coast like near No sir may have been they swim every single morning they Bob runs like n but you It's my point is it's just like the climate you can swim every morning the fucking waters that warm you want to be outdoors the sun's shining it's and so the further you go it's like you can imagine that is just being embedded in the culture in the lifestyle surfing more active fact it's good California isn't like maybe like I can imagine you in making this move around here I can live on the sunny goes I wouldn't live in surface but I'd live even further down a little bit more the quieter spots with a good surface but I made I just become a leathery fucking dirty walks around any speedos just loving it that's yeah
i'm sure Hawaii Hawaii and stuff would have the same thing by like I've got a friend
why yeah it's like California the coast of California is fucking outrageous yeah Oh good.
I am I've been getting out of my comfort zone already though
it was asking where the toilet is
I actually we we went to a live show last night and if you saw my Insta stories It was like a rock so you
know it was it was an open it was actually really funny it was a it was a cool event it was to celebrate Nelson Mandela's hundredth birthday and that all these sort of African performances but then you had the MC was really funny like he he reminded me of what I would be like if I was an MC
like well you've got like all of these real cool Africans don't expectancy music and then he comes out as everyone can I give a big Gold Coast Welcome to this Hey
is there one ready to party
so I wasn't the whitest guy at the event he was but the when the when the performance is run they were there was
some amazing actors one called
performance I'm moon child and she was sick and she was like like working and shit like getting right into it and you can save it the director that was directing the cameras like that was sort of switching between the cameras on the be live thing master being told
Don't be graphic like you try and
take this as tight as possible
to like turn to a camera and start like crazy on at work. You just say quickly switch the camera you have basically described the experience of going to a strip club at bargain on a Bogan MC all the guy and working
I bet it was like it was amazing, but what would the comfort zone came from?
No. Santoli me man let's he saw some of each friends and they were all going into like the close to the stage where everyone was sort of like getting into the dancing and stuff and come along so then I was sort of went from rigid outside watch I really enjoying it to even like one of the dancing people in the in the front and I have you uh. You do dance of I don't know for some reason. I don't imagine you dancing what I would dance I dance ironically like if I'm like a like this I remember friend's wedding video This was
probably a montage I know that they'll filming me for a long time doing a whole set
the no not not if it's ironic and it may be a bit goofy
Yes What does choose land ironic dances like video ends it I think it's fucking probably thinking about paying you should answer
well yeah so I was more like pocket like everyone's like yeah like if you're in a band and they say kinda wanna put your hands up like my every part of my body says if I can tell me what to to follow up and then you slowly sort of decided starts off with like head scratch you know like back and then all of a sudden your hands hugging me and some guy here we go.
Yes I felt like I was a little bit rigid but I was moving around and then I caught a glimpse of myself on the camera because I would like cutting to different people and I actually looked way cooler than what I thought I was
I was happy with that I think the way you think you look is always so different how you actually look yeah I can come across the now the way I thought I was doing some awesome awesome dancing or not at this way to me was like it's outrageous
and it was so good it was like
the performances there's another group podcast Oh gee and I would just sick though just like it was I didn't even I had to describe it was like the South African music it was West African music but it was like drumming and shit and then just like just heaps of like sick dancing I don't know how to describe
this is I put this event on because of the com games in Yeah, or they just celebrating the Gold Coast if
this is part of now I don't know if that's the Gold Coast thing. But the the, the 2018 Festival so I guess that's part of icon games. They're doing all these different things. We've actually got
a friend of nice on and I who we filmed we got to know and we'll filming her in Canada. Remember, I did that African dance video. She's up here at the moment. And they had a it's like this dinner what you described it like an installation where she would do
that for an hour. They go in a
in like a big glass container type thing. And they fill it up with water. And they actually go like from top to bottom water so that you'll spend like a couple of minutes completely just submerged dance like doing this whole performance. That's we actually did it for 45 minutes. Cheese or maybe even longer
in the water. Yes, you may have to
question really good question. The it's funny. What I find funny about that these types of events is what you look at. for me. I'm always the not like
I'm seeing. You know, we're talking yesterday about how I'll create these stories about people. Yeah,
I mean, it's only been a day. Yeah,
I know. I'm trying not to do it as much. But I just saw like a guy with ease Fs seven filming the event. I'm like, Okay, this is what he's thinking this way. He's doing okay. He's trying to like like, just climb that and then Okay, what's the he got told off by the director of a show? Because he was like, in front of the line I was like, I wonder if he cares that's happening anyway. It's a Yeah, it's it's good. Just to to be to me near the water Do you think that will be eventually what you do? I feel like you are the guy who will eventually make that move yeah to the water. Yeah, you got St Kilda now yeah
any I mean other than living in shepherd and it's it's been a priority of mine having some sort of water near me this just something about it something refreshing and just in the morning if you can just get in that water
it sets you up but I guess there's people that just love inland and love the cold and don't like that like that but I know for me It helps when you serve to actually want to be doing something active near the water you just
do you think was that I was just gonna say do you think that you like what sort of diet directing quote coastal vibe has like what would what would you if you live near the beach
probably the same thing if you actually active you want to you I find when I'm active I want I make better choices in terms of what I eat but he's way
more fruit I feel like I'm naturally a fruit salads
Vonda I didn't eat more fruit there was one thing from surfing as a kid that it's probably just because I've started See I did doing this with surfing but when I used to be kidding surf dad used to make peanut butter sandwiches for us to have after the surf and now I just fact it all I think about when I'm Surfing is getting out and having a peanut butter sandwich and it's really oh it's the best because you get this kind of your mouth is like so salty from all the water and you just like so fact energy wise
or whatever whatever be I choose healthy right now but I can't remember it was probably healthier bread than what my parents were very much into grains and Nina good stuff but
yeah I got a couple of a mouse I wanted to talk about just just to touch on for when who's a listener of the podcast said the difference between arrogance and and confidence is arrogance comes from too much external validation This is going back to our previous app and also Michelle said that it was arrogance comes from ego yeah I just thought that that was that was an interesting point. Good say guy from the peanut butter sandwiches is that yeah
that's what I thought that's what I thought
I want to talk about something
What else is he what's happening in your world What am I
What am I miss? yeah nothing Matt it's very windy in Melbourne this morning it's funny it's a bit like feels like a big storms coming but I don't think we'll just self this
grey that we can talk about whether if we're in different parts of the
picture it's like feels like it i think is it Alton fucking there's ladies everywhere it's fact anyway nice
segue out of that to know thing that to segue to so it's not really saying why listening to a podcast with the guy who founded foo you did you know if Uber now so we know the brand for you by us not fact you would totally know the food clothing when you say it like there would have been a time will going up kids would have been rockin forbid
type in in you know it straightaway they like the branding very bold and prominent on all of their old all the tire It was a big it was a big gross but the guy who started it he he basically started for the the it was like the rap culture so in the rap world back in the day and
play music on there like rap songs on their website yeah yes I go on so they created for the music like the rapid
for that sort of that era when you know wrapping that culture was massive and sort of coming into the limelight and anyway he's worth a quarter of a bill now and it was a business focused podcast
what quarter mil
yeah go on listen to the quality it was the how I built this so it was all about how he built his business yeah damn fact amazing stories mom put up you know took out a mortgage on their house took out like equity on the house to fund it so that you know his mom could have lost the house but anyway paid off being and he's just a classic entrepreneur starting from nothing and just having an idea but he's the kind of guy he is he did the math because he was around when the crack epidemic started in the states and he did the math of a five year journey capacity of a drug dealer verse the five year earning capacity of working at McDonald's and he chose to work in McDonald's because he did the he did the math and it didn't work out he said they go to jail for two years is loss of income through it you know always watching your back so any and like that that's the kind of guy he is anyway he was talking about goals goal setting and he said one thing about how he just it was like a passing companies like you know, like I said the goal very low and you know this and this but I was like fucking thinking about setting goals low. Yeah, I know, I fucking do it. And I know you probably do but it's in terms of like, because you you work out it's like, you're too smart for your own good workout. This is why I probably wouldn't happen if I said that being a girl and and you mean listening and like we say with my dealing with companies are worth a lot of money. It's like having the same
things as we are. But this guy who's built a you know, probably sold a billion dollars worth of clothes in his life. And he was thinking I'll just like setting little fucking goals for his business. And I was just reflecting on that. For me. It's like fact that I seriously think that I haven't set goals high enough.
Well, I think that this is here's a here's the thing, I think on this, right. So I was filming Dr. Jason Fox and organizational psychologist i think is what he does, and a guy named Michael been gay stainer. He actually was excited again, Michael Bongo. Steiner is his name. He's got a he's got he's done. Like I can tend to Eastern talks at Google's Google's at Google's he's in. he's a he's an author. He's got a company called box of cards, ions. I met him for the first time a couple of weeks ago, filming him for this podcast they're working on and
just so happened that I was listening to the podcast called the accidental creative and he was on there. And he's been on it like three times. And he's actually from he an Australian who spent time in the UK went to one of the real fancy unis I can smart do and then now lives in Toronto. But yeah, he he has a book called what was called the coaching habit.
And yeah, the funny thing is, you have when you meet someone, you have no idea really much about them. And then
they start popping up everywhere. And you'll hear this all aligned with what you're about. Anyway, he,
him and Dr. Jason Fox working on a podcast, it's going to they'd be really releasing information soon about. So I think I'm okay to talk about it. But talking about paradoxes, right? So this idea, that advice that you get from this advice, okay, so we had a slight backup just then. Yeah, I don't know what you think my air pods when you were talking about the power of the paradigms know, the paradox. So paradox of paradox, I think, fact that the definition of a paradox so known fact it's up a paradox is a seemingly absurd or contradictory statement or proposition which, when investigated, may prove to be well founded or true. So the point being that so the one paradox that I find really easy to understand is the Paradox of Choice, right? So there's a awesome old TED talk about it, which is that
you would think that the more choice we have, the happier we are, because we have more options that turns out that more choice makes us fat in anxious and we don't do that. So a good example Netflix you have lots of lots of choice you can pick whatever you want, but it doesn't make life easier. It's actually easier if you just turn on the TV and there's something on there and you can just watch it so that's that's like paradoxes. The paradox that you're talking about I think is
people as the and bring it back to Michael been gay Steiner and Dr. Jason Fox, because what are they going to be exploring? Are these paradoxes so there is a statement which is set your goals high right because if even if you make it three quarters of the way there you will learn you're going to go further than what you thought yes that's one right and by the same what was that what the third of photo or whatever the fuck is called photo by young
he wasn't even really trying to get a lesson across he just had stated that he said it so low and yeah looking at the success of what he had is like he was he almost you said is like fact I should have been sitting these high I didn't realize that I could do that. So you know, I said
what did you take out of it? Well yeah,
I took out of it that this guy who managed to get success cities goals so low and yeah, if I'm sitting them low, why can I have success? Why can I I could there's a potential that I create a big success for myself, even though I set my goals low. But why don't I set them high and having a different conversation in my own head like allow myself to be you know, why can I make a living making videos that I want about things that are lock and and just literally wake up every day and do what I want into in that space? And I don't know what it looks like, I don't know how to do it yet. I definitely feel myself gravitating away from having that goal and and verbalizing that goal because I'm because I start thinking are, you know, the business now, you know, all these things come up to me.
Yeah, absolutely. I think
I think that's like, that's the point is, so for instance, you're taking that okay, well, like I'm doing those smaller goals. Maybe if I just do bigger goals, then it's, you know, you're you're going to get bigger results. And I guess the point of it is that there's diminishing returns with these types of things like in the sense that if you set a goal really high, then you can become paralyzed with not knowing what the first step is, where is the small smaller goals allow inside, Tim Ferriss talks about he has really low
requirements in regards to how much he's going to write so if he's writing a book he'll say only need to write one page a day and then he ends up writing four or five six a dozen pages Yeah, point is that he's made the goal so low that he'll smasher which will then give him a call back to confidence, give him the confidence to continue on. Hmm, I even feel like I'm doing a lot of work, like I'm putting in the work for my own personal content and, and make I feel like I'm making progress, right. But still, you know, I see the person who's not doing anything, set a big goal and then doesn't do anything, because it's paralyzing to think about how much work they have to do. I feel like even though now I've got the ball rolling, I'm doing a lot, I've got my business. And I still feel like I'm restricted in my own head of far. As far as the goal, the big vision or the big doll that I can't even verbalize Well, I wrote down, you know, like, I was talking to you on the phone the other day about that mentor stuff, too, because I really want to be a good mentor, a big coach or whatever, you a good coach, or whatever you want to call it. And so the things that I was thinking about, we're just go to my notepad which, by the way, I have been using every day, what are we a day four, day five,
but it's, it's around the
back, I kind of find it. But the point I'm going to make is the have gone completely blank can't do two things. So one
of the mentoring thing you wrote out something, a goal or a mentoring The, the abstract goal,
right? So I was talking to you about this the other day on the phone, which is like,
you know, we might be mentoring someone they like, I want to be making Hollywood films and that that's like a realistic being goal. But the thing is that no one ever goes from, or you typically one go from doing a course on filmmaking, to then get to that. So it's being able to, like, break it down into bite sized chunks and say, Okay, well, this is the, this is the part this is the direction I want to go into, but it might take 10 years to do it.
And I think that that's the same with all the stuff that we're doing as well, right, where it's like, it's, um,
it's all working towards,
it's working towards these bigger goals. And we have to do this friction doing this other work is going to help us when we get there.
And maybe even, it's not the goal thing. Maybe it's, I mean, yeah, it's golfing. But maybe it's like, because if you've I know you have, but I think a lot of people would struggle sitting down and really thinking about blue sky what they want to do the life they want to have. What's a perfect day to them? Yeah, what does success look like to me? And that all that shit is fucking like, super hard to get out of your head. Because the lizard brains going? No, but you don't have that money. Or you know, traveling. You've got that family. You've got a family. You've got a family
family. Well, the dead wide.
Yes. Tell me about it. But another on that. Definitely. He's a recommendation. I fucking love that. The podcast, the accidental creative, the latest one with Michael Bungo stay now I might become a massive fan and what he's all about. Because in his book, The coaching habit, he talks about all these different questions that you have to ask, right? It's this idea that you need to be asking more questions and giving out less than rice, which you the whole thing that I've been like, it's so funny. That happened, because Bray was doing some problem solving the other day. And I literally just, rather than doing what I always do, which is like, just throw a bunch of advice that you need to do this, you need to have this conversation, you should go over here do that. I reckon this is the best approach. I was like, okay, like, what it's questions like, What do you want? What is it that you're wanting to like? What are you wanting to change? What are you actually trying to like? What's the end game? And then why why do you care about this? Or what and asking those questions. And Michael been gay center? That was one that they specifically spoke about on the accidental creative podcast, which was,
what do you want?
Yeah. And his point being that the reason that we don't normally ask people, what do you want in life? Because we might be scared of their answer. If a boss says to you, and what do you want, the response might not include them or the company here in it. And so it takes a certain amount of courage to do it. But yeah, I would highly recommend, even if you're not into, like, self development stuff, he's really on this trajectory of discovering how to have adult to adult relationships as he calls it.
That's, that's awesome. I mean, yeah, I even feel like talking to you about what I want. I feel like I even throw things in there like are, but Josh will think this. It's like, it's so funny how you do that in your own head. Like
our minds work so quickly.
Yeah, it's like the literally and we also see any question as a criticism as well, in some cases,
and sometimes they are, and it's like, projecting, like a very, very low level example is when this Mike things packing up, and you say, Why didn't you bring me USB mic? And it's a fucking good question. No, I actually thought about it this morning, when I
bought him actually thought about it this morning was on the way. Yeah, but it was never a criticism, ya
know, that. That's and that's the thing, right? And then, like, from an eternal point of view, it's a question that I've been asking myself. And so people people have bad reactions to those types of things, too. And they then project it's like, why didn't bring up because I know and I know in that environment, I might Yeah, yeah, yeah, I should have brought a fact that I brought the wrong get it done. And the one thing that this little like this little trips done has been I spent I normally sleep on planes and couldn't sleep. It was an early flight tools like 6am flight. Did you
ever go the Gold Coast? Yeah, I did talk to me, I cannot have a coffee if I'm trying to go to sleep on offline. I just started so I
had a coffee and I had some like cheese and stuff in the land. Anyway, the interesting thing was, um, I just use that time to I wrote some like, headings which was like, you know, what do I want define the success of a project
and then a few other things. I think some of the stuff that I've been really sort of thinking about is
specifically on a project that I've been thinking about or a style of project I think, thinking about for a long time I've sort of said I feel like I need to make it quietly rather than sharing and losing the stain I think that's like such a common thing for creative people where it's like
you become that person I am going to do that thing and get it excited and you never end up doing it
yeah enough space you like the scene you create could be the thing that changes your life completely yeah like I feel like there has been videos that have changed the course of where I'm going fucking one of those the overbite thing I told you about that message I got last night yeah I'll just quickly recap the story I got this I posted a video on my my Facebook page that one of my next door neighbor's house burning down and then guy wrote on it his name was like Bob he just write what because I the status was the caption was
one minute watching Netflix next minute putting my neighbors are fighting a fire fighting my next door neighbor's fire with a hose and what were you watching? And I wrote Jessica Jones but it was the fire was actually more entertaining. And then get a message on my Facebook page. Yeah, personal message itself. Dude, it was from this guy named Bob said Dude, I love your work. Take a look at mine. This is my show on the sheriff. Yeah, it's on Netflix. I have a couple more shows. I'm producing. Let's talk sometime as I Oh, that sounds weird. And I clicked on to it. And let's show called long Maya they've got six seasons it's on Netflix. Yeah, cool. And I watched the trailer I was like fuck this dude. Bob it's a real name Bob's like a fake name on Facebook. Anyway the dude he's like he was the fucking one of the agents in the matrix years ago. Yeah. And now I need to watch the matrix and so I knew this guy but never use name. He wasn't the main he wasn't the main agent but I then watch the trailer of it. I was like, fuck man. This those bad ass he's not he's real name's Robert Taylor. And, and he's an Australian actor. He's probably be I think like 55, you went to a whopper with Hugh Jackman went and so I just look at his IMDb. I will fucking like blown away this dude. And I thought it was fake to start with. And I said, I said, thanks, man. You're bad ass in that show. right up my alley. I'm gonna start watching. We'd love to talk. How did you come across my stuff? Thanks for the message. He wrote the Oh bike thing. I was working in Santa Fe piecing myself at it. I showed it to a lot of people. And then I basically I said, thanks, man. I'll I'll be forever known as the Obeid guy, oh well could be worse. And I sent my my number and email and he said, I'll call you when I'm back in town. But I was like, man, how crazy is like you? I didn't even know what you're talking about. When you're saying some project. It's like, you could make that no, change everything for you.
Well, it's like it like and the reason that I didn't say this, because I just I feel like I always side and it loses state is just like my documentary stuff, right? Just that long, long form Docker how long like I've been saying that one to do long form taco for
since you take.
And so now I have to do it totally wrong. But the night I think this is that that paradox again, right? So yeah, you're realizing that this small thing that you did had this big in, or like the Obi video has potentially started this new relationship or whatever it is. And that's like, a new opportunity. So then the risk is that we all these things, every little thing that we do could lead to something big. However, we can't treat it that way. Because if we treat everything as this is going to be the thing that's going to be the big thing, or this is this is going to create this big opportunity, we then become paralyzed because we that if you if you were told, hey, these people are going to see your video that you may, this is where it's going to go all of these types of things. You wouldn't have done it in like a few days now,
I think. And I think I know this, and I get to work with that in my mind, because I know he's the thing for me. I know that I want creative. I'm thinking that so all the things I have done, I've literally like just made being really interested in the thing that I'm doing or feeling shit about it and still just putting it out anyway. Yeah,
you know, I want to give a shout out to Trevor long, Trevor long tech tech dude been doing it for years and years and years. If you in Australia and watch any form of media when especially around the coverage of Apple events. He's the guy he's the go to Australian guy that when Apple releases something, he's over in fact, in Cupertino or whatever show on the iPhone and doing it, you know, showing all the features anyway, I got a cold. Trevor and I have been in contact online the early days of Twitter and I got a call from him yesterday basically saying may have been listening to the podcast and I love it. Listen to six episodes in the last you know, wait, and then I was challenged. And so for one Thank you, Trevor. But to the power of just fucking reaching out to someone who you know, if you're consuming someone's content, or you liking what someone's doing encouragement I think can do amazing things.
Well, you're pretty lucky feel like no one's actually listening. You can feel like no one's watching and you can see views but people do like I mean all you need is like the right people to be listening and watching doesn't matter about the huge view count for things to change. I don't know what that it's all unique for individuals but it's like how the fuck would I know that Bob guy Robert the actor Yeah. Who's got six series of six seasons of his own fucking show. He's the lead actor is watching my Obama video How the hell would I know that and and i'm so it's I'm sure gratefully actually. reached out to me because it's like, fact. It gives you I said it's like the Obeid video for me in the thousand steps video for me, they like little wind and each one you get it's just like okay I'm not doing this for no fucking reason things are progressing and it's nice to know and like whatever that guy I'd like to catch up with him you know he's a seasoned actor be kind of cool to have a chat with him and but I don't think anything more than that so
cool yeah that's the whole thing it's the
difference between having high expectations and low expectations by probably works I'm having high expectations I think this is probably the trip have high expectations of yourself and low expectations of everything else I'm have high expectations in the center I'm going to show up every day and do the do the work I'm going to create things with the low expectation that no one fucking cares man No one's going to watch Yeah, and then that's probably a good formula to actually be fucking happy at the end of the day because you know, even if it moves a little bit you know, in a positive way I was just thinking maybe the reward is so big you look at musicians we look at big famous YouTubers the reward is so big
because the pain is so high Like I found early days of me making videos for one learning how to do it for two I wasn't okay with myself in terms of like you know, I was fine but I was like I still didn't know myself well you know and I was self conscious about how I looked and sounded and all that shit so breaking through that and maybe that is why you can be rewarded on the other side of these things so much business you know relationships all the uncomfortable stuff you break through and it's like fuck wow this is what you get from putting in all that fucking pain putting you know jewelry in during all that time but sometimes life just kicks in the deck and you don't get it anyway yeah
well it's a base that positive it's a the positive outcomes for all of these the shipping happen like everything is building like you know project that backs up or being rejected he's actually like happening right now he's a positive thing because it means that you're lacking better equipped for next time.
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actually quite hungry too. And I'm also off to Byron so some fruit you by the water Yeah, it's a nice little fruit salad or something breeze telling me I've got to go to a place called the farm or you know aren't yes go to the farm. Yeah. Alright guys, everyone. Thanks for listening higher. The Daily talk show.com send us an email if you like. We haven't had a seat an extra review. If impressive, really a month with sat at 14 ratings or five stars. Thank you. But if you are listening and you have iTunes or the podcast app, a review really helps other people discover us so that would be appreciated. We also have AI box as well. A box 400. Abbotsford Victoria 3067. enjoyed it.
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