- June 12, 2019
It’s Wednesday and Josh uncovers what has happened with the Kindle he gave Mr. 97 earlier in the year. We hear about Tommy’s big Premiere Pro edit, Josh’s unwillingness to ever backtrack, and 3D-Dyl gives us one of his Tony Robbins spiels.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show we discuss:
Our trip to Gippsland
Tommy’s big edit on Premiere Pro
Hanging in there
Milkshake’s IG Website Builder
Josh’s inability to backtrack
What’s happened to Josh’s Kindle
3D-Dyl’s motivational spiel
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It's a daily Talk Show Episode 367 what's happening guys? We just arrived in studio. Yeah,
another sort of regional exploration of Victoria. This time, we I wish we could say that we went in search of another big thing. Yeah, we sort of did a big landmark. We were out on a filming job this morning. And then it was well because we were like our maybe we should do the the episode from where we were going.
But it sounded it felt a little bit excessive to get us all four of us to go on to the show will will filming a professor in a university
Yeah, but it did. And he he actually had his a what was he called? It's like a geologist. Okay, sort of base specializes in like he was talking about sand and house with sand. What was what was this?
hydrogeologist he helps work out what to do post a mine and what what the effects of mining on the ground and so like the pre and post help to the earth, so doesn't fucking you know, go to shit and really salty, massive Mr. 97. would love it because it is about just like, it's a bit of that green power, you
know, environment. Yeah, yeah.
And he but he, I mean, he's home. What I love is seeing a scientist in his element researcher who you know, sits in his room just I was looking on the whiteboard behind where we're filming. I didn't actually pay $10 on the whiteboard was like, C equals FL. It was like real science. He was that sick?
That sounds like algebra. Yeah.
Well, I think there's probably been a math in the chemical compounds and this sort of needs to shit needs to equal up of the high high.
Well, he was even had like a container of sand. Yeah,
United care when you get to containers, and you're either a parent Yeah, because the kids can love Sam
Peter, your scientist what he was he sort of, because I didn't quite understand this is one of those examples where we could film without understanding the subject matter. Yeah. But there was a little bit of that, like, what could we film is like, Well, I think the the tub of sand is very interesting. Based on what we saw. I got some
I mean, it's our first time together Josh big moment where we filmed someone handing over a novelty size check. Yeah,
it wasn't like the interesting thing about a novelty size check and handing it over. always best to stand. very awkward trying to get a sitting shot. But as a novelty size check hard
thing if if it was common practice for you
Yeah, I mean, it doesn't even work. The handshaking
was very hard knuckles is
how you do it. But when you try to shake hands in front, while both holding
a jig, never thought about never gonna look at the telephones the same. Why can I do the novelty checks? I'm going to be looking out for how they do yeah, it got to the point where I was like trying to work out how heavy the check was. I'm looking at whether the recipient could hold the check on his own. But there's a lot of costs involved. I mean, it was a 20 20,000
It was cool. But the the the big bit was the cigar which is
fine. Okay, so the scientist, smartest man in the room said, Oh, we've got a big cigar. Have you seen the heck yeah. And in this town, we're like, okay, cigar. what's what's the significance of a cigar Churchill the place where we were Churchill, Winston Churchill. And he said, No, it is Churchill, the same nine, but it's actually nothing to do with Winston Churchill. But he didn't tell us why.
He said the cigar was but the town maybe? Well,
maybe the cigar is can you look out? Why is there a big cigar in Churchill next door words. Next for Willie so we went to this thing. It doesn't look anything like a cigar. It was square. But it looked like the inside of cardboard. You know? you kind of see it sort of connects together with cardboard and Enza.
It looks look that's what the check look like if you actually looked at this. I was trying not to get side profiles of the check that just revealed that it was made of sort of a Could you tell area check? Yes. Definitely had the novelty novelty vibe. And so have you ever done cigars? You ever had a smoke test? Yeah, yes. Yeah, yeah, yes. Smoke cigar smoke to Scott. Yeah,
smoked a few cigars. Not really for me, nor is smoking. I mean, there's not much it comes from it other than like, you can actually get a bit of a buzz from the nicotine because there is still nicotine when you smoke it you know even inhaling it. But they do is the idea of cigarettes that you
mentor and inhale them if the cigarettes
Yes, cigarette you inhale could you
and so if you traded a cigarette like a cigar as a
galaxy great. Yeah, people doing a cigarette like a cigar. Doing a bit only just keeping in the bathroom. Yeah, what am I sense you look like a long mask on Joe Rogan where he just like holding puffed it out. It does. It seems we it doesn't really. Like there's a feeling when you pull a C back into your lungs. It's fucking gross. But when this is what people end up loving, like that sort of feeling.
Honestly, I've never done it because I knew his path. Because I know like my addictive personality. We've got that video coming out today of the lollies are you? Yep, doing
this? Just about 20
it's up on YouTube. Now it's a it's a big headed who knew that may eating lollies would take
it was one of the greatest stings. Yeah, one of the greatest trolls of the daily talk shows history.
I think the biggest troll was trying to say you edited on premier.
I feel like you know, just switching from doing something something you know, so intuitively and you don't even think about little buttons shortcuts. You do feel your brain just like having a work. Yeah.
And you're pushing that like I've done it with when we had the the move to fight so we we were editing on Premiere Pro, Tommy's computer was very slow. So we decided let's go to Final Cut Pro works a lot better. It's just the engineers have done a great job in optimizing it from x
f1. It's flawless. Yeah,
it's all right. And but the thing is, is a heap of annoying things with Final Cut Pro
100%. With teams and stuff, I think there's nothing that annoying about it other than the teams
have not been able to share it like being like sharing projects. If you're a one person operation, Final Cut would be great. But Premiere Pro allows us to be able to share and so it was funny because you started the Edit.
I started it because I was at home and on my computer wouldn't handle Premiere Pro. And I and I actually thought I was going to complete it on at home
I thought was gonna be turned into a big feature.
I mean, this is the creative thing, right? I think when you start when you start do it like most videos feel live assume in some respects to me, because I kind of sort of mull over the creative and whether it's good enough, or should I change stuff. And so I don't know how much things get easier, of course. But then I don't know if it does get easier. Like you know, the program, the time you don't have to worry is things you don't need to think about. Like you used to. Yeah, and so yeah, yeah, I think I found it harder. As I've gotten better at actually
where you stand it goes up and up. Attention gets higher.
Yes, I'm not I can't do this capital that if it's not like this. Yeah,
we once did an episode of The Daily talk show which we forgot to press a button, which meant the whole fucking thing was soft. was out of focus. Yeah, I mean, we can we did? Yeah, yeah. Yeah. You happy we did that? Yeah,
definitely. I think it's all it's all learning, I think we have an outlet, which is this daily talk show. This, this the daily talk show, but what we have that as an outlet, where we, we ship, we we open the shop, and we ship. And it's done. We don't think about it. And we move on shop the next day, which which I've tried to take that approach with making videos, it is just in terms of like a edited video starting to finish filming, blogging, that kind of stuff. And I find it much harder, I find it harder, because you know, you have the chance to be more amazing within you know, those confines. So when you can edit, whereas like, we open the shop, and we get going and we make it the best as we can
What if you would if you were to outsource one thing, if you were a one man band, you had one person that could have full time as an assistant, what would you outsource, outsource optimizing the shit out of my content and posting it so actually taking care of the distribution? Yeah, I it still leaves the issue of having the fucking thing edited. No,
no, I've been I've been I don't like I like it. I'm a CEO for that kind of pain. Yeah, because it's you couldn't I couldn't have got this far. If I didn't like it. So I outsource all of the post stuff so be once I finished it, take it he's he's the little versions or even they if they were like an edited distribution, so that basically missing one. So
that's what Mr. Nice Evan was doing at the beginning. Yeah, yeah. He built your website and did all that stuff.
I think the we found a Glee laughing at what's what's
so long ago. Yeah. Long time ago, it was like nine months ago. Well, there's
a time Mr. 97 came on, and we didn't know what to do with him. To be honest. I didn't know what to do with him. We'll just hang in. He was doing some cool shit. I was impressed. And then what are you doing?
A new website. When he when I got back. It was at the stage where it's like, okay, we're not employing you. You're not really like, it was like we didn't want to give him we didn't give you any work. You did a migration for me.
This is why you just fucking hang out with people. You know, we had actually we're working our stuff out. But he's hanging in there.
It was doing client union client other client stuff and things might be
a little bit a little there was a little
move tiny bit. He
obviously wasn't enough to go down that path. So he stayed with us.
You know, what's funny about the website thing call us who founded in Bartow. He's, you know, they've created a multi million dollar company, huge company. It was only like, four years ago that he still had some legacy clients of shit that he's dealing with, like, webmaster of like Joe blows real website that he just said, which is so easy to happen when you do website stuff.
Well, I mean, you probably grew quite fast. He's business. Yeah.
Well, he had it used to be called. It was called the good
agency or something. But it was just cyan and call us. Yeah, doing web
websites. I mean, you're not in the business of being bad. It's in the name. Good. Yeah. So you gotta
eat a whole D word. Yeah,
the good guy. Go girl. It's
a we're talking talking about him Votto. They've just released a new app.
And so if you go if you're on the iPhone, this is a favor for us. But it actually ends up benefiting you. If you go to the Apple App Store the iPhone App Store. Type in milkshake. You'll find it it's What is it? What do they call it? I think it's like an IHG website builder,
Instagram Website Builder. So yeah, if you check out our Instagram, we've got one. We've got our milkshake app. It looks sick. Yeah. It blues blues, me my blues. This is it blew my mind. Because we've been working on some video projects around this fall milkshake. It blew my mind seeing how quickly you can get something out? Yeah,
well, they had the idea. They saw a gap in the market, which is people who are doing great stuff on Instagram. They don't have the capacity, the time the energy to put together a massive website, but they need to link off somewhere where they can have an about page, they can have links and the things that you've done. Yeah. and have it all in like a something that's mobile friendly. Out of the box.
I tell you what, Amy was talking to me about, you know, website for her company. And, you know, the reality is, if you, you know, I said how much money you've got to spend on it. And it was odd, I'm not sure maybe we go down the route of you know, using one of those sort of building websites, like, whatever route you go, is an hours and hours investment, finding the template working on how to use the thing. And so either way, there is a huge investment This is not much of investment for what it ends up looking like. It's pretty fucking crazy. Yeah,
well, we we just created our own to see how easy it was. Yeah, it basically you get a free Instagram website, I think the business model event because the thing is, is like, Well, the first question I had for cost is like, how do you? How are you guys going to make money off this sort of thing? I think they I grab these hands. Exactly. I think that what they planning on doing is having like premium stuff. So it's like you can have like visco you have a bunch of free templates, and then if you want some others, and so you can build out a
freemium set, what the freemium model is, yeah, starts ends right. And you can add on stuff, as I
explained that are on what milkshake is within it. What do you think? Yeah, I said, No, I think that's what,
it's all fine. So it makes it so you know, everyone builds websites for a computer, but you gotta consider your phone. Yeah, looks and this is
iPhone first. This is like this link is and so you get m dot s. h. i. Did I fuck it? Yeah,
no, it's the 97. Do the admin. Okay. I'm sorry. If anything that it's Ms. h A k forward slash your username. Yeah. Which it generates that automatically? Yeah.
And so it goes into your into your bio. It's cool. branding. cyan,
Cola, swallow. Yeah, yeah. Yeah.
You're fresh off as well. Yes,
I am. She was designer tribe. She's a gun. Yeah,
that's a guy anyway. So download the app, try it out. It's free. Then. We've used it and loved it. So we're going to give it a review on it on the iOS. So if you do like it do that today.
We're on the way back and Dylan got another pie. It's about the 17th since being you know,
nice. This is a bit exotic.
I mean, it's either exotic or a full blown Bogan pie. What do you have, buddy? It was a curry.
Curry pie. That's a curry pie. Yeah,
and so what would what do you think it was real good.
It has had rice in it, Mason. Oh, yeah, sorry. You can get you want news quite far away.
But then we're really got you a pasty
would have been cold? Hard? Yeah. Probably spit soft. know probably a bit like soggy.
Anyway, yeah. Anyway, we're on the way back. And you like what so what time was that? Maybe one o'clock like lunchtime? You like maybe we should maybe pick up Brady mine with its middle of the day? Why would I mind? What about it? What are you picking up for? Us? Because I don't want to backtrack. Yeah, she's in Richmond. I don't want to
know but does it make you feel better? Because it's been a few moments in our lives where you've asked me to pick you up somewhere. I say I've been I'm going there earlier in the day. So I can't go back because I don't backtrack,
which is the weed rule. I first of all, I want to know how you got to it. But also, I just want to take you down a bit last night. This is what you do if your wife I took body home Amy was at the gym training in Richmond cells in St Kilda. So you go same gym. No, she just started an eight week challenge. We're just around the corner victorious. Right. Okay. And so she does a good job. I think it sounds it sounds pretty good to be going across training stuff. Okay. Anyway, not for me. Anyway, so I took it home. We had some dinner, we had some very funny,
what's baryonic like
beef. You need to ask that you're ready for it? Yeah, not
really not I think indian indian biryani should Kimbo he says it's so cute. Baby Yanni
even knows what it is. Now what was your What was your when you were a kid? There's certain meals that your parents are obsessed with? What were the ones that they were?
I think the point around they're obsessed with is wrong. It's what a fucking mag because there's this annoying little shit that's always demanding over this is.
I feel like my dad was very particular. Whenever we had beef stroganoff. I loved it. He fucking loves beef stroganoff.
Well, what if like, I know that my dad loves apple crumble because I came around on a weeknight. We didn't know that we're going over for dinner. The mom and dad and I got there and mom's cooking a apple crumble and she says, just doing it for your father. Because he loves it. He likes me to make one every now and then. Which was which was nice. I didn't know there was such a, you know, apple crumble guy, but dads are quite basic though. Just on the
That's so fucking basic. Is it true? Yeah, it's like, no, but then it's like that. My dad's different. He doesn't like he likes licorice also.
So we used it Mom told me over the weekend actually that we have like, fuck it. She was like I was cooking three different meals. You guys which I get it was maggots. We had resolves. We had schnitzel most things with chicken. Even if it was fish, we just thought free range was probably my mom. You know, my mom's a bit of a hippie. So I took so I had Bodie ate some food, I gave him a bath. We hung out. And then I looked on farm My friends and I drove back tracking into paraben where Amy was on the tram. And then she got off and I waited for her. So like I went further towards her and picked her up and then took her home. Because I thought you know what, even though it's a backtrack, I still want to do the right thing.
I'm okay with backtracks. If it's not in a car, I'll walk backtrack
says even more selfish? No, no, that is actually even more selfish. And I'll walk like, I'll happily
do more work than I should.
As long as I'm not driving, it's, again helping the environment do anything that's
helping people you're helping people. But I just want to know,
I was gonna say was that casting
judgment? Sounds like what
why? Why? from what's this backtrack like he's his life moving. Everything is about moving forward in life. You know, if you're not, I mean, moving
it's about your back. It's about matching band also flexibility. So my thing is, it's like that is the people talk about like, what is flexible work main. And that's what it means. To me. I think in regards to like, Bray, having flexible work, what are you smiling at 97 the flexible work is about like, the awesome thing about working at different companies is being able to say hey, like, actually, it makes so much sense. If I just get picked up now and I'll do half a day here or half a day.
totally I totally excitement. Like if I can batch it if I can save me having to do later.
I'm more interested in how the rule just you become solidified. And it's like I don't go beyond this.
Good. Are you just an asshole because I don't pick up
because I am that's the thing I will tonight. I'm going to go sell
its ass boys. He won't back.
Well, I just like to sit. I like to set some boundaries. I'm good. I drove New South Wales are 100% 100%.
But I don't think I think there's two conversations. You're great. But I'm just curious about the backtracking the backtracking
thing I stand by now again,
you go down one road. The last thing you want to do is fucking go back the other road because you know what happens when you go? It's hard to backtrack. It's you drive somewhere. You go past the place yet, then you drive back to the place. Then you have the frustration of going
back again. I Dude, it's I mean, this was a little bit like having kids. Yeah, it was
great. having kids.
The thing is, the loss of a parent is
backtracking. Yeah, I hide it. And so And the thing is, it's a bit rich because mom had to backtrack. I was always running late for school. And my brother wanted had a social life. So he wanted to in the morning just like hang out with his friends. I didn't really have that. yearning. 97 Yeah, that's okay. or something. And no, but mom would constantly drop Jake off of my brother and then come back show the United Be ready
show of the essence of backtracking is is selflessness what's the essence of the rule around not backtracking efficiency efficient? Yeah,
that's cool. But now I get it. I understand what you're saying. But now I've gotten one thing that I've started to do I want to get my walking hours up because I want to get to that hour a day that we were supposed to
goals use that book. Yeah,
that'd be good. And so I've been hitting like over an hour a lot of days but sometimes I don't but what I'm going to start doing is if I finish at five here I can walk to breeze work which is like 2530 minutes away Get her and then we walk home so we get it killing that's right
that's a great if she goals not walking though. It's I see that as being the most annoying backtrack ever. Yeah,
but it is a great thing. It's like I actually if I can do that
then your goal becomes her goal. No because she has to walk anyway. Just be because she would like because you there's no option of going to pick her up because that's backtracking in the car. I don't have the car she would take the car
no she doesn't have the cars at home okay, we don't want to use the
car I get it I get it. I think if everyone didn't have to use the car we go to you thinking
threaded What the fuck is going on? What am I missing? What are you what is the car hi using the car that's Yeah,
that's just what I don't understand like if you have the car
Oh no, I just think I feel like you I feel like missing it seven would be on board I lot i'd love road trips. I love hour two hours three hours going far but the idea of in a cc driving dealing with parking it's all bullshit yeah it's about you fuck it like the is the other thing is and that doesn't even get me set like I don't do public training like for me it's a the drive or I walk I really like it hilarious it Bry was laughing a lot over the weekend because three day deal called me to ask a question about topping up the Mickey Yeah, no idea. Did you go good. We worked it out. The question was
is it the Mickey money or the Mikey?
Mikey money yes passes like a yearly? Yeah, yeah.
Which I love the subscription
unless you intend on staying the year? Yeah,
it's not for just for a year dude. Like a month past maybe? I can't remember. I know it's like it's like
the Dirty Dozen used to transport just question the most public transport using individually.
Any bullet boy? Yeah, exactly. So
maybe more in more than one wife.
I mean, Mama Mama Backstrom talking
about your concession
Are you you're gonna concession off a mighty Yeah, well, no, because I had I used it on my phone now. So it's on. It's on an adult when you means you're like God. Yeah. They go I haven't I haven't been caught yet. But now I have to use I have to use my eye. You want to use my phone. And that's an adult
Really? on my
phone friend of mine friend of mine was at the gym the other day. We're not saying that instead. Silence. So he he saw him. This is honest, that silence anyway. But I saw him and he's like, are you I haven't had my membership here for a while. He's like, I've been using me bro. And he had an encounter when he walked up to the counter just previously to saying in five mins before and he he said the guy. I didn't even know they take photos of you. But he scan the ID and he's like the guy said, Oh, man, you've changed since you like since you first signed up in Spanish. Yeah. Like they they look very similar. And he just said they'll go haha, you have got a few more grades me? Which it's at that point where they're not twins. They look so fucking similar. Like, I don't think you may. Thinking Jake. Jake, you and Jacob more similar than the other brother. He's good. Yeah. I think mean Mikey if I had my bead going. And I maybe had a beanie on or something. We've got the same similar face. Dr. Your whole
Eloqua viral. Yeah.
But he got through. And so whether it's like, he looks so similar.
I feel like he's he knows the guy knows. He's just being Yes. being polite.
I mean, it was fake IDs. Back in the day. It was always about finding somebody like finding somebody that looks like you to buy their ID. Yeah. You know, if they were a couple of years ago,
I could imagine you getting in trouble in like Southeast Asia for buying.
No chance. Not overseas like that. That's silly. You can do anything at 14.
It's fine. What have we got admin wise?
Oh, yeah. You know what I was gonna say, Mr. Nice, Evan. I mean, you've done a stellar job putting this document together. I was just having some effect and not even reading about what's in it. But I mean, he goes into such detail listing where our podcast reviews have come from. From context, comments, Love it. Love it. I thought you're gonna throw him under the bus. Now it's really impressive. And then down below he's already lucky. I'll just do a recap of this show. Our trip to get slim Tommy's begin it on Premiere Pro, little dog the challenge of creative editing sticking hanging in there milkshake Instagram Website Builder Josh his inability to backtrack concession cat,
this is what he's writing in real time.
This is real time what we should do
at the end, like at the very end, and then we could just do an intro of what we talked about No, put it because we used to do. Yeah, if you go back to early episodes, we actually did intros.
We could not run Are you trying shit,
but why don't we do at the end of every show? Yeah, we do a little video where it's like hey, Instagram. Yeah, well, maybe should we not mention the platform?
Or a gronk? I reckon people will get really sick of it but let's try for a bit. I think anything you just let's just give it a crack. Mr. Nice even though notes
Yeah, Stella, Chelsea burns on YouTube. It was funny because she she wrote this and her name on YouTube is CB CB or Craig gross. And so when we see CB CB is Craig Bruce's sort of initials and what he was commonly known in the radio day should say say they get it but so when we got this a mouse I said what save it was that CB the writer, and it took a while to realize what was going on. But Chelsea but it was Chelsea burns. And she says finally got around to watching the video. It looks so good. Good job. Yeah. gronk so that was about Episode Three. 60 and about
are the 360 amazing. I thought she was talking about the sign. No just even got up to that. I'll tell you what, who hasn't got up to that. Tom Horn full when this is that these podcasts review name. And this is where it's come from podcast reviews. Great band to been listening for around 300 episodes now always entertaining. Solid rockin it. Yeah,
now that means he has caught up but he started so he would have started in Episode 60 something.
Okay, or he started from the start. He's been okay, maybe he's up to date. Hopefully he's up to date. Because it really comes through on the podcast reviews not
been listening for around 300 episodes
because if you start on one, we're at three. So
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have to be speedy because if it's in two months, we know that you've taken 67 episodes took you about two months. Yeah, update on man. Isn't that crazy?
that people are listening that much like 300
episodes. It's fuck. It's crazy, dude. I mean, they seen you evolve from a squirrel into a bulbous or what's a
great a deal? Love that. Yeah, that was good. Yeah, and I understand a few people out there
loved it. Old school.
Pokemon reference. I was never really into Pokemon.
It was huge. Cash Game Boy. I had another little
Game Boy. You know, I was I wasn't into toys actually had a Gameboy. And they had one game. It wasn't even really a game. It was a camera. a selfie? It's like the LG selfie camera
or the attached on to the Game Boy. I remember this. I think I've actually got it. Do you recognize me? I'm sure you get 40 bucks. Mr. Me 40 bucks.
40 bucks on Gameboy self camera. Digital Camera. What is it going for? I went down a rabbit hole on the weekend watching Gary Vee. You're in a fucking Darren. I mean, there was like a 40 minute video of him and just yeah,
just just sifting through trash.
mugs, buys it buys a month thing is
I want to buy the moat. The funny thing is he buys the monks. Yeah. But I feel like I don't know, to get those sorts of mugs. You really have to be in the US going to sales.
But you also like I see the annoying bit about what he's doing. Is everything past the fucking get the carrot sale, listening, listing it onto eBay actually working and how to transport the thing sending it. It's like he's not. He's not doing it. Yeah, he's got he's got a team. He's got hundreds of employees. He's
actually I've got I've got a question that could go either way with Mr. 97. Okay. So we did we've we've given him stuff previously to in the early days when we went paying him I was like, man, so so all that stuff. Also think that all happened. But then there was a time where I said, Hey, man, are you getting into writing? Here's my Kindle. Do you want a Kindle? Do you have the Kindle? Nada? You sold it? Did you sell the Kindle? Right gave you a Kindle? Not the Kindle login? No, I got your actual Kindle. No, it's gone. It's a shoulder. I had a feeling you know,
I was in that same room. And that was
a man. He's the king. He
was saying he's saying his eyes restrain. The thing is
I did because I did. Because there's been multiple times where
he said, Oh, man, he told me about the Kindle. And I'm just like, that fucker has definitely.
Dude. I mean, communication. It was you even said to me, should I give him the Kindle
was like, Hey, I think it would be nice to give a nice seven the Kindle because he was saying that he was writing a book and he's fine. He can be fucking doing that. Right. So anyway,
what was his name?
It was on a bag or something. I
remember what you can afford. If he sold it for 10 bucks. I'd be pissed How much? It would have been like 70 maybe that's good. Okay,
if there's one thing one person I go to for advice on selling shit on this tada? Yeah. I don't put it that loud. I'll get you down. Anyway, I think
that's what that's why it's great that he doesn't you balance stuff and all that sort of thing. So it'll sell the old
because I can give you 15 bucks. 50 s and unbelievable.
Did you know thinking back? You didn't sniff out that he was saying have this to us.
Well, it was it was probably like I probably had for like a month and a half and then I'm probably not going to raid on it and Josh has got one already so I might as well sell it. But I think it's fair. It's fair. That's like the guys at quad lock. Well, I haven't happened I had enough selling the
guy I think well i think it's maybe like our selling road gave us the road caster. We're holding on to the road car for stuff, but ah pig night from each pig talked about the guy who he gave a bunch of stuff to and they fucking
flogging. Yes, she explained it to me. I'm an influencer and then he's flogging online
I don't know about the Kindle died tomorrow.
Anyway, I've got a zoom call. And he's
really anything. It's ready. Joe has just very quickly how things
yeah, things are good. Life's good. Yeah. Yeah.
You've been doing a lot of walking. Yeah,
I actually just want some kind of motivational saying from you. Because a lot of time thrown you've thrown one back and we haven't been fucking ready. Yeah,
so we Tony Robbins style. I'm ready. Well, the thing is that he's very prolific on Instagram. Yeah, yeah, he's always he's always got amazing options.
And I fucking love that. You said that camera up and take photos of yourself. Yeah, I mean, unless you've got you know, some digital content producing auto some funny. I met this one chick
at the Brighton Beach boxes. The ad that took one photo. Yeah, you did. Yeah. I'm better.
I'm better. Okay, so this was a raid one of the It's okay if I read one of
the actual and then I want an original.
All right. I got I got like he's got one. I got one. Okay, here we go. Again. Jesus. The so many ends yet. I'll go
to call with
this is gone. I was at 232 30. Okay, we're going right now. Love your fucking life. capture everything. Tell people you love them. Talk to random strangers, do things you're scared to do? Fuck it. Because so many of us go on. And no one remembers a single thing we did. Take your life and make it the best story in the world. Don't waste it. Is it?
Like it took a little bit? Think about it. You might rip it off right? Yeah, sure. It's not Steve Jobs. Stage. I mean, this could be I don't know. I've never heard Steve Jobs where before.
Everything is a bit of a mix match of everything. Yes, it's nothing's really that original but to go.
Today's one. Today's one's gonna be super for today. I want you to live the life that you can't wait to wake up to.
That's like I love that one of the greatest things. I've heard many great things coming out of Craig hapas podcast but Tony Doherty one of these guests
if I can love Tony
I know why I want him on the show. Yeah, big presence.
Very big presence. I can grab the fucking blazer
fucking mines daddy's gym here in Melbourne. Huge, huge. Don't be things anyway. It was around how people say I'm going to prove them wrong to prove others wrong. We're doing this we've created this daily show because every fucking person out this daily show this daily talk show because if everyone out there has been saying that it can't be done and we want to prove them wrong. He saying refrain that he thought about that for a long time. But he reframed podcast
friends it to
prove yourself right, which I love because it's like if you believe in it, you then need to prove that you are right.
And that's been my strategy for arguments. Have you noticed that with me? That's why I spent all my time doing either of us are wrong. That's that's a problem. Anyway, hi, the daily talk show.com his email address is gronk. Instagram, the daily talk show the other thing to do for a bit of admin, if you're wanting something to do download milkshake, it's on the App Store on the iPhone and maybe even click through look at our photos because we've got the new sign up that Dylan Dylan designed and you can also you can see we put his handle in the comments so you should give him a follow because he's, he's smashing out inspirational.
posts. Love it. So I will see
you will see you tomorrow, which will be Thursday tomorrow. Yeah,
guys catch up.