#381 – Still Processing/
- July 3, 2019
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show we discuss:
– The announcement debrief
– The trade-offs of the show
– Extroversion and introversion
– How much is that?
– The confidence of being overseas
– Where anxiety starts and ends
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It's the daily Talk Show Episode 381. What's going on guys? What's happening shoes that it is it feels like Wednesday,
I deny either I have just been processing, just processing yesterday's events. And I'm slightly rattled. Still from the weekend,
I think everyone will be whether they're sitting in their cars or they're walking along or they're fishing, maybe they're fishing somewhere. fact,
if you've done something obscure while listening to this podcast, please let us know.
Take a photo with that's if that's a chance
MMO just things outside of every day
when you actually process Do you think the most money you thinking the most?
it's my wife and my anniversary today. And she's someone who's taught me a lot of taught me a lot about processing. I think I've been someone to push past things very quickly, like I want not, you know, I want like fix this problem. It's done. Let's say like it's sorted. Let's fucking move on. Yeah, whereas I've seen Amy she's become a lot now well she's less process she processes quicker. Okay, since she used to she she would think you know, take it in and I really observed her and how what it means to process something. I think you're a process guy, but then again, as you know, 14 year old girl then not What do you mean? I think you're you're very in your head. And you take something in if it said you're sort of process or process on it, you'll sit on it. And you'll think about it think about all the meanings that it had. What did it mean what could have it meant? What did you use to say that I would do you're layering your layering was that line right? Yeah, what he says layering was it was it that was just by my son being in the same room is
just triggered it was just triggered
but I've seen me sort of go through that processing thing and I've probably not thought that I process Yeah, I'm fucking believe it but I'm process just goes in and I'm done. But I think as I got home, Okay, last night, I'm sitting around, but he's just gone to bed. I was. I was counting pumpkin.
Like, oh my god, am I processing?
Oh, I had a moment where I was processing Reese ring. I just I just started laughing.
Really? Yeah, I just started laughing.
I was probably tied to what were you processing? Let's just processing the fact that 3d deals written the book. Yeah, and the outrageousness of that and just just probably tired as well.
But it was it Yes. Funny. If you missed if you missed yesterday's episode, July one, you should go and have a watch. That's it's going to be probably most most watched YouTube video. Yeah.
ever have our own shot? Yeah,
I like it not know, on the internet.
I said there was one thing that deal should have done the announcement with the ability to purchase price. Oh, yeah, it should. I mean, it was a missed opportunity. But if we were to poke I
will figure it out. Yeah,
yeah. And the so deal. What is the what's the experience been like for you? What's happened overnight? What's the word in Canada?
It's been pretty cool. I mean, it's it's still Canada Day back home. So everyone's still Yeah.
exam today. Imagine announcement about the book.
No, not yet. But I'm expecting I'm expecting that soon. No, people people have been great about it. Like I got so many messages, a lot of them from people. I've never even met you personally. Yeah, saying like, congratulations, can't wait to read it. And that's, that means a lot.
That's why you do it for right. Alright, so we got deal 3d deals, announcement feedback. JJ, announcement feedback. 24 hours on from that episode. What's it been interactions with communication, it's
the equivalent of I've had a wedding.
And then, during the ceremony, three day deal, has decided not only to propose to a partner at the wedding, but he's got a celebrant, and he's gotten married in front of my crowd. Not only that, but based on all of that ruckus. I never end up getting married. That
was postponed until Friday.
Yeah. Okay. So So have you had any, any height any? Any, any feedback? No, I think
I've had a couple of people just being like, yeah, this is sort of there's a few around the I'm not mad. I'm disappointed sort of thing. Yeah. It's a funny call. Yeah. But everyone knows that. That's where they're going to get me. Eric, who's been on the show a bunch of guys via phone we're doing phone calls. He said that he could empathise with me yet. Based on me giving him a promise and never delivering yet which I don't know which one he's talking about. It might be the
other one it was my phone.
Sounds like the Capitol
Building did sound a bit extreme. But I feel if anything I'm happy with happy for three day deal.
Yeah, now we're back on track boys. It's an It's a new day. Another day another dollar
not going to mention the book until it's
all done and a new day. Hopefully another dollar is no dollars made through Josh Janssen yesterday
or you were you were also sent. We haven't even spoken about the donations and all that sort of thing. So that will happen. When the books announced it seems Yeah, mature. We're talking we
said would sort of get off the get off the talk around the book.
What happened? Mr. 97? You got home. You didn't finish the storey? Yeah.
TJ had a good point. Yeah. You need the right Who? Who the storey has come from? Yeah. I actually thought you'd repost the Tommy and I was trying to work out for about 15 minutes. While process Whoo. That's the first thought I had
really fucked up.
Yeah, it was just people from behind watching a computer screen. Yeah. And then it had like people tagged into I
think there's gonna be a lot of people who get it on. That's Denise. That's really nice Evans map now I'm being in
the back. He
hasn't had the sort of cut. That's right. A deals announcement had and so they were just so you got home and they were watching. They're watching the announcement.
Yeah. So I walked in the door after walking home from the bus stop. And they had the competed just full volume, blossom and I walked in and I heard Josh voice I was I wasn't sure what was happening. So I went into the kitchen and I looked at what they were watching. Did you think I was in the kitchen
Joshua, what do you have for dinner? By the way? Beef pie? Nice. Yeah. Homemade. Or like, how do you?
Yeah, what Sam?
Let using lean pastry or no pastry bottom, just a post retire stereotype. You know, Patrick. See, Kelly had a few Kelsey,
or is that why she did that?
Or is it can I think To be honest, I think they just prefer it with that.
It's a lot harder to do the pastry bottom as well as the pastry top.
Okay. So you said you had either way I want
beef partner. Right now. Was it like I? Anyway, back to sorry. Yeah.
Okay. Yeah. So I walked into the kitchen, and I went and went and looked at what was on the computer. And that would is literally deals announcement as he was speaking. Yes. is
great. And what was the vibe at home? They're laughing, though. Well, this is the mixer. This is what I was, haha, funny, that there's very there's, I think the complexity of the announcement is there's a range of emotions that we're experiencing. That's why I had to process what was was the main emotion that you felt three day down during the whole thing. Happiness, happiness, so
and how much? How much of it is
serious? Like, I'm doing this book and this, this is the thing, which is great. That's one thing. How much of it? Is you having a stab at me?
And it being a joke? what's the what's the percentage? It's about 90%. me doing it for myself and hoping that other people can get something out of it? I can, and 10% of you that's what it was at the start. But then when you're going Oh, Julie woman, I'm gonna get this thing done. I'm like, this is a good time to not take this guy down. But uh, knock
me down. You took? Yeah, so the chapter wise, have you got chapters? Yeah. Whereas like, we didn't go into many of the details of the 13. It's not really chapters. It's kind of like little
I don't even know what you would call it like snippets, 13 snippets. And total.
She's breaking all the rules.
It doesn't. It's a chunk. It's not you can call it a chapter, but I haven't labelled it chapter one chapter nine. It sounds like it's just a chapter. Chapter. Technically. I'm not
sure. This is what happens when you
call the chapter. This is what happens when you finish the book. Yeah, you get to you get
those details. I mean, you met barefoot investor the other day. Yeah, Australia, one of the highest booksellers in the country. If only he knew that there was a fellow. Next time he comes in the office, you get a few tips. Yes, mate. What do you reckon? What what has come out of this whole saga? We call it that? Is that missing? 97. Nor I really have a promise that we've put forward. And this is not me making an announcement about a promise that I have that I want to launch. But more of a little bit of prompting. Because I think even was it was it. Tiff?
Yeah, she said that you've had nothing to sign in this. Yeah.
Yeah, yeah. Which I mean, Tiff is coming at a time where Mr. 97 is going to head down. He's He's just helping the boys. And she there was a time when he was famous, famous on childless finalists. It was finally when shine was. So where he was on a mission for a date, which is kind of
what I think it's easy. I mean, the thing is missing a seven is a producer, you're on the show. Yeah. Like you are like, you know, this camera is pointing one way at the moment. It's on you and I, I've had my project had many projects, projects that have had many projects, many, many projects. What, uh, what is a project that you could do? Yeah, I don't know yet. I've been thinking about it. What do you like? What are you interested in? What are your hobbies?
Well, hobbies, we've talked about that. I mean, I live a life that is quite enjoyable. So the things I do for leisure has some connexion to the things I do for work, which hobbies just the things you do in your leisure time,
because I already I mentioned to Bry I was like thinking about on July one announcing that I was finishing the book and four days but I was also to make it up for everyone rewriting another book, but I was going to have a whole schedule and make it easy embrace it. Absolutely not. So we're not doing that project. I
think what I've got I don't think I've got any problem with finishing something I commit to
if you don't have any, any commitments, it's very easy, isn't it? Just in in general, especially like I used to say that I didn't get sunburned. And I went out into port port Melbourne beach for five hours, without any sunscreen on I didn't get a sunburn. It turns out. It hadn't been out in the sun. And
I knew I had to go to hospital. You put that image on Instagram, but you also increased the saturation slightly did.
I saw that today?
Yeah, I saw that too. I thought you were wearing a red shirt.
You're in us. casa.
It was it was horrendous. It was horrendous. Yeah, but what it seriously? Well,
I think I want to think I want to step away. I want to bring forward a challenge. Maybe it's a 30 day challenge. Or I might push
back on it is the best ones just happen. They just happened. Now they
Yeah, this is why you're telling me shave your head. No, I don't want to have a head. Okay, I've got my head too long. It's taking it too fucking long. Okay. I think that's that is too easy. I know. Let's do it. Give it a shot. I don't want it. Okay. So this is what I mean. I'll take it take it away. And I'll think and I'll put forward a promise because I feel like I need to bring one to the table and actually say it through.
I think that's good. I think that'd be it'd be good to on our new website to have a section. Yeah, the website is cut, which was an actual promise, I think that we made missing oh seven, can you get out that document? So we can go through some of some of the promises. 3d film? What is the actual process from here? Now? You made a bunch of changes in red
pen? Yeah. So I'm going through and editing it. Figuring out what I want to change what I want to clear up what I want to cut, rewrite certain sections.
What What is the? Is it like a narrative? Like how does it start? How would you describe it? You're gonna have to wait for the book to come out what
will happen with this teasing thing that he does, he's will just stop asking.
And he won't get a mention on the show one every well what is the is the
I mean, the main thing is that the who's who's at fault? You mentioned, you mentioned that? Yeah.
Well, like in terms of the narrative behind it. It's a thought process. So it's where I started. Three years ago, we've been doing morning journaling and you're turning it into a book. No, but I've thought about it like I thought of doing the morning pages yet thing for a while. But this with my thumb being the way it is. This, like doing the book was an easier way to get a similar solution. But I found it for myself anyways, to be a more effective solution. Did you use Google Docs or Microsoft? Well, I did it on Microsoft Word. I had wanted to write a book. Like since I was a kid, like that was my dream as a child was to be like this famous author and I thought oh, if I if I do it early enough, I'll become rich and successful. And then I'll be a rich teenager.
I mean, as creatives what's the like putting these things out there? There's a high chance of looking back on everything we do. As a bit cringe define that you do I think
that it's like do you have that? That you do it? All the first things your first book, you look back at and be like, I can't believe what I wrote. Same is like our early podcast like how much we've changed in a year. And we're like you're 35 year old.
Anyway, the the
the promises the promises missing I seven from the top.
Okay, a promises page. The book, soundboard life traps 20 pages in Word of the Day. Couples counselling. I 400.
Not sure what that was. We're going to 400 Yeah. Okay.
Missing 97 Guernsey was, Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Bring a message in a bottle. Cutting down the swearing in videos. I think we've done that.
I called you a see you yesterday.
Yeah. And then was taught? Yeah, it was fair. Then the last one was a bit around exploring pallets and libraries. palette. videos. Gonna do videos. Yeah.
We've been committed to that. You said we're going to have it done within the month.
Yeah, that was in February.
That's okay. I mean, what are you thinking from? projects wise? missing it seven you see all the stuff happening? You say three day deal success.
Was that funny?
I wouldn't call it success. I just did something. It depends on what you define success.
What when is it? If that's not successful in success for you?
I don't know. I haven't figured that out. Yeah. I'm just happy I got it done. By July what
I think it's a success. But I'm thinking What do you think? What does it make you think Mr. 97
about doing projects Yeah. Promises project for myself. And
what in all honesty, I think we've got a feat and knock off before maybe wasn't
more, but I'm happy for you to make some that you can make that self contained because I think the the other thing that can happen is a lot of the promises revolve around me having to do something which the barrier to entry is significantly higher. Because I'm a big ship I'm hard to manoeuvre, whereas you guys a little tight speedboat. So you can just I can make it happen, but
I like the analogy. It's your little nimble,
you a little nimble speedboats, but you're also scared a little Falcon, speedboats and you're afraid to make the announcement. So surely we can do something? a tattoo? Yeah. Do you think you'd get the daily talk show today?
Oh, not yet. Not yet. Can we get past 500 episodes in the mall? rethink it. Okay, that's not making promises to same old rethink it has 500 because that's a lot of episode. Where I was listening to it video we're actually making. It hasn't been released yet. And it was which one milkshake or Yes. And we had Zahra and Michelle from shameless. And Michelle loves her part, talking about making money from the creative endeavour that you're pursuing, and how everyone is kind of geared towards you being encouraged that you won't make money, which is not encouragement. So it's just the communication, I think, all these things. And so then it just becomes like this belief that you need to have.
Yeah, well, I had a phone call with my dad last night. And it's like, Is it something you have often Oh, it was I had to miss voicemails from him from him in the last week. And I was like,
what was the first one?
Listen to them. But I saw that I had embraced that. I should call whatever
voicemail. Let's ditch it in the world.
Yeah. Now why do we have the choice now? But anyway, I cold is that but it was sort of like, I feel like the classic things I need to say to him is I'm busy. wants to hear that. I'm busy. Okay. But then the other thing too is now he knows that. He's learned that I can be busy but not making money. So if that's good, you busy and and making money as well. But yeah, dad? Yeah, yeah. Yeah.
I mean, I get those from my parents about have you know, enough work coming in which there is a dance between my The thing that makes money and the thing that you your creative adventure, and maybe that's how parents of creatives have to approach it. Like maybe he's a creative kid where he's doing this great work, but he's not actually being able to support himself. Yeah, so you kind of have to dig around. You don't want to sensitive creatives, you don't want to be like, you know, have you got a job making any money? Can you pay your rent?
Yeah, I mean, those are all practical things.
Yeah. So it's important. Yeah, they're important. And you can't just mean there is you can't just be constantly thinking about the risks that we going to take. Yeah. And when they're not going to pay and whether they're going to pay off or not. And so that's where it Yeah, you have to have some level of logic to the things you're doing. But then you also want to be giving things a crack. There's nothing happened.
Mr. 97. With the the move from university to being here. Yeah. has the support level. gone up over time? What are the what are the things that this Your parents are still from? This is from Monday? Yeah.
I don't think it's, I mean, I haven't haven't really voice any concerns lately. Have
I just watched the show?
Yeah, to be honest, it's actually good. If you are a creative just start a podcast because your mom and dad, mom or dad might listen to it. Maybe not everyone, but it gets them off your back. Yeah.
No, I think there's there's definitely more with with my mom, listen to the podcast, I think there's a lot more understanding of what I'm doing. So it's like, Yeah, she Yeah, she she she gets it as opposed to being like, they could be making money. I don't really know what's going on. Yeah. Sounds like fun. But yeah, so but I think she's talking about us. Yeah.
But everyone's worried about what a
came through Well, anyway.
pose a question to you guys. We haven't really I mean, the announcement is that we're actually recording seven days a week now. It kind of got overshadowed by the false announcing announcement and the two books. Yeah, but but I was thinking, we've talked about how we thought now we won't do it for a while we'll hold off. But then like anything, you could keep saying we're going to hold off. We're going to hold off. We're going to hold up. when is the right time? There is no right time. Yeah. And so you then do it. Do you think there is and I've got my answer. a downside to what we're doing. In terms of personally. I definitely. And have you thought about it. Have you noticed anything? Well, yeah, like I can.
In every other situation that I've been in, I could leave within four weeks and travel for as long as I wanted without any risk she owes is more around the commitment. commitment. Yeah, there's a sense that I can't go It's not like I can go anywhere. Yeah,
I mean, have you You're all now, you 2828 29 in
think you I mean, you're not going to read the vagabonding book in this year, and then leave
it like I felt very afraid. And in that, but I think freedoms gone.
Yeah. But is it I think it is a reframing in freedom, right?
That's right. That's I'm a
vagabond, that has no money, but can go anywhere, or the rich guy who can do anything? Or the poor guy the podcast is trying to build Yeah, yeah. So that is, and so do you honestly feel like that? No, I think
that there is a there is a race, as you said, there's a reframing that has to happen. And so you need to reconcile if that's been in your head, because that can make you stay around. I think, like being at a job or whatever, knowing that, if I wanted to, I could leave and I did it. I went for four months or whatever. Yeah. And so there really is I think it's easier to talk about, like we talked about the daily talk show and doing it for 10 years. It feels easier, based on Okay, like we're, for the next five years, we're going to be doing it the same studio. We don't know what the feet like. We could be fucking flying cars in five years. Potential probably not most likely not.
Yeah. I think it's a
person like so personally, does it affect No, I mean, this is my favourite part of my damn this, the hard bit is when you know, there is a show was fucking great. I loved it. The thing is that, like, the brilliance of what we've created, is I can file and I still feel safe and happy.
Well, I mean, it's like me wanting to release a video with of that we caught on CCTV of Dylan singing his lungs out, which is like, it's not a file, but it's a cute and so we're in the business of showing our flaws, you know, best bits and worse bits. And I think that's how you have a better chance of creating Connexions authentic, what do you want to call it? And so people, there is a reliability in your files. And everyone's file.
It's also good, like, what are we in the, like, why are we doing this thing? Like, at the end of the day, we're doing this because if I'm working remotely, or if I'm like, a freelancer, or I'm going to my job, this is something consistent, where people are having fun and trying shit.
Yeah, it's great. Yeah, I mean, we make fun of you not making a consistent effort at the book, but you've consistently showed up here, so but
I also still learned, like, I feel like it The thing is that tonight I'll thinking about like, I've got to write the book. But guess what people might forget, like tonight, I've got to four hours of the book. And then excellent for us the book. Like it continues, like it felt real good night, so I think but now I have to fucking do it. Yeah. I mean, how's it affected you personally,
I think oh, so I went to my studio on the weekend. And we know you did the spirit. I did the spirit. It's a man. It was man. Let's be honest. I want to do one of you guys. Maybe we could do a daily show. Daily talk show spit, spit roast. And we go
that'd be fun. Is that what's called a roast? Scott.
Okay, not I thought you meant like a roast where we roasted
rotisserie on the spit. Okay. I don't know. Yeah, I think that's right. But I've actually found that and I mentioned this to you over the weekend. I think I've become and I think I'm an extrovert I think I get energy from other people. I like to you know, chat with people I you know, put myself out there a lot in my life. social situations. I'm not a I'm not fast with like, I enjoy them as opposed to you. You enjoy them. Think if you had the option of going or not going to choose not to go home. So yeah, I think it is just it's a clear distinction.
I enjoy one on one time with people. Listen, I seven and I hang out Friday night. Yeah, we ordered pizza
are and that's a staggering itself. Hey, can you look at what's the definition of extrovert? So you'll probably see a photo of me.
That's, I mean, no, but you're definitely you had a bravado to at the beginning. I feel like maybe two years ago, that you've got less, like less like, you're a little bit less bouncy in a good while I felt like you like if you're in a room or whatever, like you sort of just just fucking looking at people to talk to and shit to do. Drugs, man. Yeah.
I did feel. And even Amy's noticed that I'm less inclined to want to have those social interactions, which I think is because of the of us doing the show, which I don't think is it because you can say that as a negative thing, because you're like, I'm not the person that I thought I was. But then I think about it as the person I thought I was and the way I achieve that feeling of satisfaction by speaking and being out and amongst it. I get from this. But how's
that different to what you were doing in radio?
Oh, yes, I don't know. But I get introverted at the right. Like, I guess you would now I was younger, and I wanted to get out there and I enjoyed. I enjoyed the the whole storey you know, I mean, this country town on the person on the radio, it's probably a bit ego driven, like being noticed. Maybe you know, that kind of shit. Like I think it fuels you and it's like a lesson I don't, I wouldn't really want that is it's it's like it fine would be fucking annoying. Not that I was famous or anything but you could people knew who you were. And so it can that also feel the energy of and it's like this adventure you're on. I'm not in this place. I don't I don't live in I've lived here. This is a new surrounding. I'm meeting all these people. And so it served its purpose of my journey. Right. And I'll probably write a book about that, sir. But
I do think the thriller deal on Mr. 97. The the learning of us. I'm always curious as to how I come across.
You read the fact that he
said do you think which is great. Like being weird?
I'm curious as to what like I like radical honesty Episode 14 if you if you need a little bit of prompting. But the we haven't mentioned that in a while.
Yeah. If it wasn't for Episode 14, there would be no book.
I wouldn't I will be here to do isn't it Christ wouldn't be here if you didn't
putting a squeegee in my ass. has had such I've
given birth to someone?
I don't know. I don't think you I mean, I'm just saying for the podcast pet. Do you think you would have actually written this? If you didn't come to Australia? No.
Really? No. He wouldn't have written it. No.
Isn't it cry? Isn't it dry? ridiculous to think of that?
Like the things that trickle long like if you hadn't have Facebook messaged me. Yeah, three years ago, and yeah, I am starting a business. Can we catch up?
Yeah. And then we went you got a hot chocolate? Yeah, sure. You got like, I think you got a lady five. I was thinking from Philips. Philip fact. I've never get into business with this.
Yeah, look, you've got it. You've got that business partner that
every every fucking move that you make, contributes
to where you will go. But how are we like, looking at the nuances can be candid. what's the what's the difference? From an original perception? To to now about you?
Both about us? About Us?
Yeah, well, it's interesting because you like, Josh, your you don't really, like you say you avoid social situations when when you get put in them and when you actually, like interact with clients and stuff. Like, yeah, I think I think your radical honesty is just like, a point that I can relate to. So you're actually like, I mean, you do some weird things, but you're pretty like pretty good socially in terms of like interacting with people and getting energy like you go with walks with paint you like you crave that social interaction, you still get energy from it. And then I think yet Tommy is a bit more outgoing but it's it's sort of the same thing. You both get energy from from other people and surrounding yourself with
just parties. Yeah, like parties a dumb Yeah. But also like, it feels like parties might be less and less.
Like maybe bodies night.
I mean, I know I have my hottie people want to drink. People want to take drugs. People want the interaction. You know, it does it takes you away from your world. When you add in these situations, music all of these things. Yeah. by the fire. Yeah. Okay. I think Nice, nice and also missed what he was you were asking him?
No. Was it? What did you
say? You were saying? Tell Tell me about a red. So bit radical honesty. And tell him tell you. That's why I thought it was about you and me. What you think of us? Oh, yeah, that's what you say. That's pretty much
what I said. That's what he said. No.
Yeah. Well, I just linked it back to introversion yesterday.
Yeah, I think that was a good link. Yeah, yeah. Well
just shift the game. I mean, it's also the other thing is, this is a bit if To me, this episode feels like a second album. scenario. On Monday. It's very hard to to come back from that. Yeah, but one thing that I would if we were to think it'd be good to have more and more segments yet in the show, so stuff that we know that we can rely on every certain like every Wednesday we do this or that one segment that I was thinking of was around. How much is that?
How much is it? How much is it? How much how much is this market? Is that like you just saying like? That's just again, you can't afford that.
No, but the I got thinking about it, because when we were travelling to Ballarat, we we've gone quite heavy on the McDonalds breakfast of light.
Yeah. Well, maybe across a month it's been four
but it was in four days in a row
this month, haven't had any month
is July 2 July weekend.
Best when will there I was thinking What do you reckon the cost is? How much do you think the playground costs? What do you reckon it cost to make the playground?
You talking about the playground that we saw
any playground at the McDonalds? What would the the ryan g think of McDonald's playing grand between 50 and $150,000
35 grand some easily?
I would push it upwards of 150,000
depends on what Mac is you're at if you're like
I think like the top probably the most should pay would be 200,000 yeah i said i think that like sort of this lower t you could be getting into the ballpark or the bowl pit fair around 3535 grammes or something Mr nice
well these companies would just be I wonder I mean no wonder if there they do have their own supply yeah of just they just to McDonalds there's a there's a new McDonald's going in
and security what what have you found missing I think Ryan replace the company that provides Mac is with quit my grounds yay gronk
do they do have an amount there are no Give me one
If you can't find him yet, you have to get certification as well
to be a
Mac as well. You have like you have to check safety and public keys.
Yeah, just like having a restaurant you have to play within the health health and safety
if you can't find a price missing a seven if you can go to the stores and making hole and bring it back to us I look right i'm
i've got a lot of money and my kid loves
we just need a quick amount I'm putting it I think you just say
give me it to my accountant I need a
very quickly what's a rough cost to put it in so it gets done?
Yeah, can you do that? This is now him getting getting worried. He's getting worried thinking about the phone call. Just gonna have to dial a number 19 got off the phone. I've got a rough
rough cost so 30 over 30 grand plus soft full surfacing required for just that's hard costs.
And then you've got
no that's basically my cost.
That's that's that's literally equipment and the floor plus the floor and then I'm still and then you're gonna have to pay for instals Well, so far in like 60
depends it for like 30 grand for the instal Yeah, you pay 30 grand for product and 30 grand for the instal remember they've got to
prep the floor, they have to dig holes they have to deliver. Deliver. Yeah, there's so many moving parts. And especially if like the one buddy and I went to where we didn't buy any Mac is but we just played in the playground.
What about like a small thing, you know how you have the thing where you can flick like you can squares that are sort of three dimensional don't move and then
I hang out a lot of white playgrounds there is with Bodie and I there's there is some some serious money spent on some playgrounds. But then there's like the one across the road from my house piece of Yeah, absolutely piece of shit. It's been there for 15 years or something. But it's great get we get a lot of use out of about that. It's just not a new playground.
Yeah, we actually do remember like wooden playground used to be big thing now. Yeah. And they used to actually get like burnt down. I don't know if you guys ever saw that
guy but one down
the road from my house. My new the person?
Yep. He's no longer with us. Yeah, but he, he burned it down. And he was such a young kid. He was from the commission flats across the road. And so it played into this stereotype perfectly from the youngest faculty leader. Here, let it burn it. And full on fire brigade came we ran across, and he was there crying. And he show young, he would have been charged he was too young, like, but there was another kid there and I'd lit some paper and it just sent it up. I think it was inside the tire, tire swing. And so they put some pipe up but this wooden thing went went up
horrible. threatening to deal with the moving back to Canada in less than two months. If the six days.
56 days. 56 is counting please my parents
actually doing it instead of
every single day? I mean, what's the what are you going to leave here with what's what's changed change for you? Just like my a lot of things, like more than I can offer more than I can get into and this episode, but like, just a different perspective on how to approach my day, like, at home, I would wake up, I'd have to eat breakfast and then I'd be off to school or I'd be off to work. And here while I still have to come to work. Yeah,
like everything so new, in a way. Like each time I walk to work, I can I go down a different route or I see something different. It's never nothing's ever been the same.
So I've always had the bubble, that there's a there's an energy about being in another country, something that's not familiar to you. And it can give you some I don't know if it's a false sense, but it's definitely a sense of confidence. I know that when I've travelled when I win 50 and I went to American we did sack on that Jules Landrieu you know, asking people for things asking for free stuff, like just pushing the boundaries of what we would normally do. And the mentality was, it's not outcome. We don't leave here. These people don't know us. There's another one. So worst that can happen. Yeah. And it was all fine. Like it wasn't we were doing bad shape. But I think things paid off because of that approach. And so I've always tried to think, how could you incorporate because you get home? Yeah, and you have to go back into your routine. Yeah. And you know, you will do your thing, but at the end that's when the depression hits. Fucking post holiday blues dude, all Dude, it's gonna you big time in the day? Well, I think, I think a real kick in the D.
Well, I think that for me, it's when if I'm overseas, I go to a Starbucks or whatever. I'm, like, talking to people, or whatever. And then I just realised when I come home, and I catch myself doing and once in Melbourne, am I What am I doing? Like? It felt a bit weird. Like, oh,
yeah, you feel like you're feeling it applies here. Like you've got your little your way of being. There is definitely if we if you could implement, like, if there was one thing that you could do today that you would do if you're on holidays, and we talked about this last week. It's like, what's that life that you would love to live? Get up and take photos in the sunset? It's like,
I come up my diet. I'm like, I know what you got. Like, it's not fucking rocket science. It's definitely not. And so it's definitely like something around there. And I'm sure for the Yeah, just like, just get like, if you order fish and chips. Just get like the salmon.
Yeah. Yeah, I'm triggered. You need that meal prepping?
Yeah, I think meal prepping
meal prepping is a good I mean, that's a great place to start. But the reality of it is that last night 8pm I'm fucking sitting down cutting. I'm doing the cutting edge. He's doing it. I'm processing. It is a Yeah, it's a high guy. But I'm even like thinking one of the things that probably requires a little bit more confidence. And maybe it's just a once off. Could be asking somebody something, making a phone call for something will put you know, teeing something up. How to think about goes somewhere.
Yeah, missing is Evan, what do you fear? What are you worried about doing in a day? You've gotten off the bus early before? Because you didn't want to press the button?
Yeah, did you? Yeah. What? No, it's Yeah. Tell us about it. It's,
it's, it's it's it's the worst thing on a bus when you're just like, yo, like, if because that yellow buses, they've cooked the placements of the button. And so when they jam the bus is packed with like 90 people in them or whatever.
So how many people fit in the bus
is a lot of people though. This is like you meant have 78 in it, but they just cram you in. So when you're like ages, when there's lot of people like it's just it gives me too much anxiety to go and ask someone to ask them I guess they got headphones in and you gotta ask
like, yeah, yeah, five people away. You thinking about putting someone out? In? Like, you're thinking I'm going to put this person out if I have to go? Excuse me, excuse me, and they get what? And then you have
to say all Can you please press the button? For more? Can you tell the next person to press the button? Like it's just yeah, it's too much, baby. It's full on?
You got off the stop before?
Yeah. It's only like, it's only like a two minute walk.
So many examples for me where I'm like, I'd actually just easier. Like, I'm happy. Like, I'll inconvenience myself even more. So if the interaction
workshop where this goes bad for you guys. I like trust me experiences. So I'm like,
I'm trying to think
like, there has to be a
behaviourist dresser is a big one. For me. It's take so much energy. I feel great. Every time I go to the hand dress I'd like once it's done. But the idea of Mike,
it's just a recurring booking that you probably needed to show up. Yeah. But I think that kind of stuff. Where does it end up? likes
sabotage in your life? Because how do you I mean, you could see it as such a small trivial thing, trivial thing to fix. Yeah, I can, I'm going to push myself out there. Yeah. But people will experience this shit, like any. And it gets worse and worse and worse and worse, where you're just like, not going to bother anybody. But then what does that serve? Does that say there's it can lead to a life that you want to live on your terms? Or you externally making decisions in making decisions based on what everyone else will think? Like, you're very kind you think about other what your action will do for somebody else? And that's what you've seen around the dating staff? I know, there's been feelings of like, you know, this will mean that I have to let this person down. Yeah. Because he's such a fox, you know, and then she was feel bad, or I don't want to, you know, they'll know that there's two gronk behind me with a bit of prompting.
I mean, where does the where does the relationship stuff and like, where does it like actually, like for you? Obviously, there's a level of stick, which is the show? Yeah. And then there's the reality of it. You've said before I want to, you know, have a family? Yeah. Like, how does that how do you get from where you are?
Like having a family? How does that happen? I'm hoping time.
Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. I haven't worked it out yet.
Which I think is probably that's an answer.
I mean, it's a it is an answer. I think it then comes down to if you What's your actual like, what is most important to you? Because if she is something he wants
to visit maybe one Leon and overseas trip if the let him loose for a week? Yeah, maybe in Dubai, you like find someone at the World Expo? or something? Something like that could happen. Yeah. Like how much do you actually think about it much or not really?
Yeah, I mean, I mean, a little bit here and there. When we have when we have the conversations, I'll go back and I'll process it
in your processor.
Yeah, I think so. It's when when when you don't have like, headphones, you know, you you don't listen to a podcast or something and I'm just walking home, then I'll stop processing.
That's why I'm always listening to podcast. Myself. Yeah.
Yeah. But I mean, outside of that. I don't usually process.
Yeah. Interesting. Okay.
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What do we think the segment wise of getting three day deal as well to give us little teasers of the book? Maybe writing the lyrics a little passages? Yeah,
that I can figure that out for you.
Yeah, I think that could be the other thing I think would be good is on the daily talk. show.com having the given you know, you're interning at big media company. How do you feel about giving away the first chapter? I on the daily Tom show.com? For sure. What about like into the store? And do you actually do you need a forward forward?
Do you want to write one? Yeah, go for it.
Yeah, forwards usually happen they
typically like an author will pitch it to a like a good friend or someone that they find influential. Say, would you mind writing a foreword for this thing?
Friend just tells it Yeah, Josh.
Formal requests. Yeah.
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