#628 – Become A VIP Gronk/
- March 5, 2020
We chat about becoming a VIP Gronk, apps that have changed our business, today’s productivity, asking Google for the time, and we get a couple of club updates.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
– Today’s productivity
– Apps that have changed our business
– Becoming a VIP Gronk
– Life Hack Club Update
– Hey Google, What’s the time
– Mr. 97’s Whoop strap
– The Book Club
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It's the daily Talk Show Episode 628 happening guys what's going on? It feeling very productive today
Why have you done any work?
Yeah heaps we that's what we don't you feel it? Oh no.
Well there is a an illusion to being in meetings and feeling like it's working. But I know it's I feel list or so we've been. You just woke up the reason why you're feeling good is because you were in bed until 2pm.
Did I mix I mix it I do work from home.
Now but we were in zoom calls between the three of us Mr. 97 and I were here in the office but in different
rounds at the beach.
Yeah, I was at in and out at one point I was with my son in the bath and
that's why it's because we can you can change the background which is cool
in the video. It's basically a green screen, you can actually put the Do in there too. Yeah, I didn't do it. But we were mixing it up between the backgrounds. But there is a there's an interesting thoughts around the siteman and energy and energised nature of you. Is it from the technology of the zoom calls? Or is it because there's a bit where you have the zoom call, but then there's all this other work that actually has to be done on the other side of a zoom call? We don't
think we got so much clarity on
it. No, I, I'm just fucking around. I think there's a great it's a weird one. Because in a meeting, you should really be looking at each other. You should really be sitting around the table engaging. It's there is a different energy that's taken from you from the presence of the person next to the zoom calls. You can just be like, writing notes and sort of ignoring, not ignoring but you're not needing to sort of lock eyes in that. Engage nature. It is a version of that, that I find these less energy sapping zap zapping
Do you think that we have in the past not had enough meetings?
It's structured? Yeah, it's definitely the structured nature of the single thought or the specific nature of it.
Because normally we sort of will just be like, Oh, do you want to talk about this thing now? And that ends up going on? It's crazy. We end up talking about 100. Other things. And then, and so the point was, we actually had three meetings this morning. And we set them up. So they had specific reasons. And I insisted that when we're done the one meeting, we had to leave that room and go in as a bit of a mental reset. I mean, this is just what people is it people listening going, that is the dumbest thing. That's what everyone does, right? Has a meeting about a specific thing, or is it so that the whip or the stand up in the morning? I've never been a part of that other than content meetings before? Right? radio show. And so they are kind of new. But I think they get in. I think a lot of people like
it. What are you doing yet? What are you doing? It's like, yeah, make sure you do listen then do that.
Do you think meetings get a bad rap?
I think meetings get a bad rap. Yes, because they end up forming bad habits in the people in the meetings, if they are just a standard or that you know, like, you just form a pattern. And if no one is there to say to shake it out of you, or shake it out of the team, it's very easy for it to form a bad habit or it's just like literally everyone running through a to do list and then everyone goes off and half does the to do list
or the actions I think like having at the end of the meeting being like, this is what we're doing now is good. Definitely. How did you feel about the meetings nice, Evan?
Yeah, great. I think the
UN to present something to us half an hour ago, but
he presented it sort of to me have
been that wasn't it was very, very low level was it?
Was he presenting something a good attitude at least?
Well, the interesting thing is what I realised is that as we're going what like today, just focusing on single tasks, I can read, I've realised how my habit of requiring everything to be done now. So he was working on one thing, which is like setting up how we interact with guests and their calendars and all that sort of thing. And then, when I was walking to work, I called him and I said, Call venture IP, which if you have shared hosting, you can use the promo code TTS and get 50% off
your first year can actually say the blog today.
Absolute legend was that because he knew who you were, yeah.
He was like, Did you guys pop in the other week? How good's Angelo's office, so read
aloud in it
So anyone who's tried that you can call it and get it. It's also not that great getting the coal to do that.
And so I said, Hey, we need a staging site. So because blog has been doing all these updates, design a blog, does a great job of doing updates on the website, but he's a cowboy. And so you can just refresh and see all the changes happening. So the websites down, it's not, it's fine. So yeah,
yeah. I mean, I heard that called adventure. I thought, I hope it's not their problem. And
so yeah, it's great. So now we have a staging site. So blogs can walk around as much How can people will look at that
you can go a long way locking it down, okay,
locking it down. It doesn't lock down,
not yet. Because block has an IP that changes so,
you know, once I was locked out of my WordPress site, it was being developed in India. And I got in a bit of a tiff with some developers.
tranny. Trudi girlfriend definitely wasn't your ex trani I think it was we got She must have been like bs Dave and we and I got put on to her through my mind and so I'm on what is it Scott? Yeah Skype I think chatting with her and has he has Christmas like we built real rapport and then it just went a bit south and I was a bit pissed and you'd be proud of me boys. I was locked out I worked at how to login through my FTP or some back end to then be able to change the password to the WordPress through like a main area and and I managed to get back in and lock
that on your own all on my own yeah no joke all of mine I was expecting conspiracy Jimmy to be involved but now he was done it for me for sure.
But it was like yeah, I worked out that I was like what are the ways of getting you access to WordPress that's not through the WP WordPress WP admin whenever it is Man, I'm loving this banter.
I've never heard you say a banter. Yeah,
I had a coward or at least cat code out of my sight he counted
the other day
I cut out cut a cut out of the section of my website that nice coded in HTML. The thing is I can't code I can look at code and go that's what's happening there and down there. And so if I remove that, and press Save it probably will get rid of it. It's pretty outrageous.
You're not you're not looking after me socks anymore. It
was a full time job ability. Yeah, you
can have that side hustle. trap that like it'd be. Do you think you could have a side hustle working with us, Mr. 97?
Yeah, I'd be
time for a side hustle.
was like No, its support anyway. No chance. What do you mean? Well, yeah, I couldn't. I couldn't get back to anyone.
Oh, a side hustle website business we get back Hey
Wendy thing that you have to communicate with you I couldn't do it.
Yeah, I thought he just may have made her freeze report from people around him.
You literally thought of like passive income econ bees that would need some sort of Zendesk. That's what you were
going off the word. The website. Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, that's
That's what it sounds like with the fastest growing digital agency. Melbourne has to follow you up to get you know, it's not ideal. It change changes made.
But no, we add big maybe a company we have tried many tools over the past year.
tools where we are tools, we've tried tools, subscriptions.
What's been what's been your favourite tool that we've used, you think what's changed our business the most?
I mean, if you're not on some kind of zero or QuickBooks or what's the other one? And why eBay? Yeah, if you're not on one of those, and you think to yourself, 50 bucks a month is way too much familiar pie. You've lost your facking marble because you're probably putting 100 Mexico cup united and then justifying that some who is this person? Someone is bad this
guy he's very easy to do a lot a lot amount of money in a short, small little white line. So nine sounds trying to Yeah, it's being silly but it's like you go out for dinner is like if you have a business and you know
you're racing yeah and you have a business but don't use zero because of the subject
matter I think it's like if you have a small business and you're still trying to use a free service. I think that saven and I got like, I think it's like the equivalent as it gets bigger is a smaller lace into a bigger lace into a much bigger lace. You stretched in 50 bucks might seem like a lot, five $600 a year. But it can just streamline the sheet, which is viewpoints like what one little service revolution. Yeah, change the face of your business. And
what do we get like a table? Do we pay for that? Yeah,
yeah. 20 Yeah, we're getting it worth 30 bucks a month, so many
tables. Great. That's like, I spearheaded that.
I mean, it's, that's all I looked at was using a type of useful, how much is it worth? We can use it and then saves built out the rest. But it's not what is I think a table has been the one that's revolutionised the show. And the the value in all of the data and the effort we're putting in behind the scenes,
the I've gotten back into slack in a big way.
I feel like slack is just the thing that is always on the
necessarily use it, people aren't using it to the fullest, right? They're using it just as a bit of a instant messaging. But now it's like okay, as we're having more people into the office, we've got Happy How are you doing work rambles about to start interning Kaz comes in Rory is doing analytics. There's a bunch of stuff happening. And so being able to have slack channels, having blogs on a web Slack channel. And so last night, we're all slacking. It's great.
I mean, what you're getting excited about with the zoom and slack is simply communicating,
raising the level of communication,
but in a way that I think is clean. I feel like potentially, the versions that I've tried to communicate previously, has come across as micromanaging or like, I think that the feedback you give is, I don't want to talk about that thing right now. But it feels like this is a little bit more sort of controlled and you can see it, what do you think it is? And like I was very surprised when you let me do the experiment of doing Three zoom calls in a row.
I'm moving different, right?
A little bit surprised serves or did you
know, I was doing other shit in between to like I was I was like, okay, that gives me five minutes to quickly punch out this quote Yeah, or to send this piece of feedback, like, walk down and get a coffee like it is it is appointment based like this. Like you front up, think about like think about meeting before any technology. It was like, I meet with this person to talk about x. And you, obviously are thinking about what you're going to talk to this person about or what they're going to talk to you about. And so that version at scale, so you're coming.
97 and I've got a meeting on Thursday.
Yeah, that's amazing.
Yeah, we are social media. You are an environment
social media meeting.
But it's I'm excited, but I think I he wrote it to me and I was like, do I need to keep that in my inbox? Now I kind of know what it's about. And we're going to go over it when I say him, so I'll archive that. Nick. Right. And but then the
list of the daily talk show. Yes. This is great.
Yeah. And so that helps. But what's the so like accounting software the start with
you were you're getting excited about base camp.
So the Yeah, I mean, is this getting to sort of this is fine so I think that's fine. Or as the business grows it all this shit is so relevant when you don't have a team so when it was just me and I'm trying to think about like, what am I processes because I know that to scout you need processes.
Well, notion I think it'd be perfect for individual running a business notion.
Yeah. You know that we should
do it like a developer's getting in on notion that
I can Dhaka Yeah, buddy. Lovely Day. He's on notes on phone and I was like, That's lovely. Should I but I did make me think you can do notes on your iPhone, or you can do something like notion for four bucks a month, whatever. Anyway, we should do a video about these things, or at least a discussion when we have them dialled in base camp. So when you develop your business, you have no real accountability when there's no one but it like it's just you. And so the system that you try and even put in place and stress tested by anybody else, because they're your systems, and so you veer off the system. But the problem is when you're starting to bring in people around, it's like, there's no chance you can keep that up or people even know what's going on. So there's one thing about a business is you have all this info, documents, shit that you need and it ends up going everywhere. And so you need somewhere where it's like they it's easy to reference in the future. Every Nobody's in there. And so that is,
so what's wrong Google Drive, that's what most people are using.
It is like saying that just a folder on your computer is everything, every piece of your business, every photo sheet document, is just there. And so if someone says, Can you grab this for me? Regarding had all this find that how do you how do you write notes next to the sheet? How do you tagged someone in it to share and say, Mason? This is the folder I was talking about. It's like, you can't do that in Google Drive. You could share it to them but then they get an email with a note. And so it's but then where does that email a note leave? It's like you need access I want I want Jeffrey or Jemima to see that note next to the the document in the future, not just missing only seven and these
heavy, heavy inbox. hundreds of emails, not put you at my email. book sales. What do you what do you add in terms of?
Like, how many are in there that have been opened? Do you reckon?
Is he is he counting? I've just done a knob archive tapes actually. I've got 10 on read the 10. unread. Spam, like email sort of Oh, yeah.
And then the other was brought back Trello for the show.
Yeah. Where we sold our content.
With with all this stuff I was thinking around the interaction with with the audience with the grumps, we're talking about like doing a TV where people can watch the show live. And it's like a grid using zoom. And we can have a select amount of gronk they can come on watch.
Yeah, love it. We've got space here for big TV. You know, a nice big high sense TV. I understand that looks sick.
And so serves. You're talking about doing like a survey and all that sort of thing. We haven't done a sticker run in how long I'm guessing December for feel the last one. Yeah, we did. Yep. Just but we bought all those printed like we printed custom envelopes for probably the worst. And we were buying envelope. envelope he spearheaded that
we were in. It's only it's two it's two bucks a what? two bucks a thing being sent out. What do you tell the
stickers? Oh, that's fun. Yeah,
the that's how much it costs. I don't know how much the envelopes cost. Our the custom ones? Yeah,
yeah, I can't remember. But we'll use them. Yeah, but so what we'll do is can we set up the daily talk show.com forward slash gronk. And when people go to that, they will get a questionnaire
which I think could What's wrong?
What's wrong? I just gotta go soon as from deadlifting last night.
Your scratch the box. It's Monday
so it's a scratch not like a muscle muscular. It's about it's about that big.
Like a that's like a coin that coin but the
way I used to train it was got there was on the bars.
scheme a lot on the bar. That sounds like a Corona virus waiting to
spread. I that's it. It's waiting.
Yeah, yeah, it's everything.
Yeah. Many transmitted through blood. Yes. Then you do it on to later.
So anyway, the daily talk show.com forward slash gronk. Yep. Or gronk gronk. do both. Yeah, do a redirect for gronk but the main one is gronk.
Three gronk. Squad gronk and gronk.
And so if you went to, if you're at gronk then just go to any of them.
Yeah, one of the gronk Yeah, you've got a gronk squad.com
Yeah, no, that's even better. gronk we have to fight for now. Yeah, escape attract wrong spot.com Any of them? And so on that we do, yeah,
we need to bring them across.
So how do we know about what? We should have it all in a nice gap or an airtight?
And so anyway, if you go there, if you want, if you want stickers, you just have to fill out the survey slash questionnaire. You will ask for your address, and 97 more send them either this week or Monday.
I think you could think of it like sort of a gronk membership. We had a little survey.
Yeah. So solid in.
Great. Well, so what what I was thinking is, we can also use that for the SMS stuff.
So yeah, so the life hack club, we haven't heard anything. For a few weeks.
I've got no SMS. No,
no SMS. So what's the deal? What's going on?
Why? So I've got the Australian phone number. It's ready to go.
And so we'll Be able to send text messages to gronk
yes back and forth so you can reply and then we can reply so you can have a whole conference What's your phone number? Oh 451562566
okay if I it takes to that right now what happens?
I get a message on the computer. Yeah. We got a message from
Chitty Chitty, Chitty Chitty say
my fiance and I were hoping to pop into your shop next Thursday. If you're free. Would like to chat about wedding rings. Let me know if this is a good time.
What suburb because I've got a friend we could possibly do. So that's
fine. What's the number These
are four. As inside I want
How long have we had this number four, by the way since Sunday?
Yeah. And we haven't mentioned at once, because I haven't fully dialled everything. Okay, me him, you can message it. And
so I'm just googling it's how much we paying for this month 2020 bucks
as it's been logged into
whose accounts coming from?
It's coming from
your base camp, you'll find the processes around New prices. And
also the thing was that I ourselves last week, how's the has a life hack? club going? And he was on we have to spend 20 bucks. I was I can't Well, he's my card. Just do it. Yeah. And so it was a bit Did I just oh, I just got hi bag. What's for dinner? I just got it as well. I've got the I got the app. On my Apple Watch. It's great. And so um,
so he says, Can you set the Can you set the app up on my phone safe so I If you want to email if you want to send me a personal text, or you need to do is email me I mean, s it's SMS 2451562566
Yeah, let me know what you can message me to. Yeah. On. Oh 451562566 Yeah,
I mean if you even want to speak to if you want to get a message to Craig Harper Yeah, what's his number on?
What's his number? Oh, four, five or Tastemade? Yeah, he's killing people emailing us. Oh, 451562566
you will get a message. Hamish
Yeah, if you like, like if you're in the US, plus or anywhere overseas, plus six one plus 61451562566. Also, please include a name of who it is unless, I mean, we can just ask but Yeah way paying when we send a text back here we are what we are. Yeah, that was free.
Certainly it's built into your so you pay 20 bucks a month and that gives you like 1000 messages. Oh, that's a good,
that's hate, but we just want to be and so
and so once we get a bit out right like you don't want to get a bit outrageous and just blow 1000 text messages okay. So what I was hoping for was you we could use your gronk registration and bring you into here. I love that. And so why we have your name and everything and you don't have to worry about the number we can just text you
and that's the only way that people can get stickers the daily talk show stickers. How many we including an envelope
Yeah, that was always three but I think for
sure if I was watching a stylist
one of you. It was a burrito book. From yesterday.
I was watching a stop Talking about cushions on the couch cushions gone by the way nice
was not put both in
my problem I couldn't handle the rice and the lentils we didn't actually check it to be yeah we did okay because there's no fucking that's like there's not rice in any supermarket now
isn't it? Are they still in the same?
Always? This Silas said always and even numbers of cushions on the carriage definitely most things I didn't know that now it's not what event if we go out for brekkie you don't want an uneven number of eggs Now think about this Think about it. You'll be sharing or if you ask him what if you're sharing a catch? I want to
die then you know bit so he rather than you get six
out of three eggs. Yeah, I
think that's a good number. Yeah, but I don't know what is sharing a great he gets six.
Okay, okay, we get three lollies let's bring it back to
you get one No, seriously, that's how it works. But in all seriousness, with the stickers and how many were giving also write a note for for each person. And so what you have to do is go to the daily talk show.com forward slash gronk, gronk gronk or gronk squad, or gronk. Squad. com, we've got
you covered the face
and the thing and so what we'll do is we're going to make all the fields mandatory.
Yeah, I think so. Okay.
I think so. And so what are we going to ask?
Well, I think there's address your phone number. Um, I don't know maybe how long you been listening? Yeah, I mean, we get that on Facebook group. Not everyone's true. Maybe it's something like the Have you been eating things? The funniest thing that's happened to someone that I've heard it but archived? I'm sorry, you like it's sort of like Yeah, something funny that's happened to them. One of the best stories
Cuz you wouldn't let that you were talking to Paris from Jason PJ. And she was talking about they've got like a database where they've got all their listeners, and they have the VIP and they asked him all these questions a mission and do the same thing. Yeah. And so it's a good way of knowing okay if we're talking about the adventure club, we've got 10 people who were known Ryan Sean Bramble and Rory love by Yeah, and so, hobbies, hobbies. Yeah, that's what we do. hobbies. What suburb Do you know? We know the suburb dress so
what else hobbies What else? favourite food?
favourite food scraper fat Friday. Yeah, favourite fruit food. Last holiday you went on?
Oh, yeah, I mean, what's what's up for?
Kidding me? Are you guys
you're going on a date. And someone asks you what was the last holiday you went on? You wouldn't say WhatsApp for not everything has to be here for forever. What data collection
just trying to get to know people it's not just about my getting there. So we can spam the address what about which we're not going to divert not passing on to
our newsletter? When was the last one that we said?
Yeah, that's right. have a favourite podcast other than Yeah, that's great. So then we could go What are you listening? Perfect?
What's in your Spotify playlist?
That's too much too much info like I would freak out I'd be like mate, I've got my wife Spotify I don't even have a playlist What are you talking about your favourite song? Why don't I Emily account too many different ones.
Do you want to go on to 90 sevens on my family account? Don't go on my family account.
Now. I'm already linked to you in too many ways. So
what are you worried that Yeah, cuz I would hold it as a cat. There's a blow up at work. All of a sudden you just got away home. Leave it locked me. Definitely. Google Home is so annoying if your internet goes down. Yeah,
it's so quick. Would you want to come to a live show in the future? Something like that, just as.
Okay. And so what I will do is today I'll send out an email
to Mike, my famous coaching question there. How are you
doing? How are you? So we'll do a MailChimp email challenge. And so we'll land it will send everyone to that as well. Great. So we'll say hey, you haven't heard from us a while in a while we we did a bit of an admin update, blah blah, blah. Great, and then we'll send that and then you'll send the stickers are tomorrow, Monday. It's not gonna be too hard because I get put off by things that are hard and annoying. So they'll be sending them tomorrow,
Friday, Monday. Okay, Friday on Monday, okay, Monday is one day is no nighttime,
okay? Of course of course. You're going to get them by the end of next week, Mondays are public. So you know, next week, they will be in the way of a day perfect
So Mondays This is for the stick around if you want the stickers, you need to submit it into the form by March 30. And get that as good because I've got a meeting but I really I'm really darling in the meeting. So okay, March 13. Friday the 13th and what that is, by the way? Yeah, we'll do that. What do you think of me having the computer at the desk?
Yeah, sure. Okay. Okay,
you're actually on another zoom call. It's crazy now.
This is great that like it was so easy to create ARace paying for that. We need to put on a table. It's actually not expensive. Can we do like a we're going to do an audit of all of our subscriptions
through the business. I
didn't even realise we had an air table for that.
It's enough fucking running costs for the business. That's right.
Don't go into that. It's
not just me. I'm spearheading this Basecamp thing and protests is coming out the wazoo in what you gotta follow.
Did you know there's a zoom conference that's on zoomtopia? Yeah, really use a conference. I'll just be a bunch of excited new just like you. Yeah, but there will be freaking out because it's a live event like you've actually it's impersonal.
September 23, and 24. could could we potentially go? Where is it what is in San Jose
night if we can somehow
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It's got its own cables. So funny that fact zoom has too much money right we looked at me think
that's a is that what is that under the bridge?
You know what I'm happy with using zone based on them their valuation being 3 billion you know we only roll with billion dollar business
speaking of base camp by the way I was looking at it just before nine not a billion dollar business. Yeah, well, so I don't know about this hundred billion dollar valuation Basecamp Yeah, that seems a little bit over the top.
Right. Good on them. They
they read the book.
It sikhi Gavin So yeah, that's 100 so the subscription is 100 a month. How many users do they have?
I base Can I talk about it? It's in a book. Yeah.
Okay. I'm books already uses 1 million reasons. 1 million uses that 100 bucks a month. That's 100 million
in revenue and revenue a month. I can't find it. Yeah, to sell that. Yeah, I mean, that's still to get to the hundred billion dollar. It's a lot of
money better business model than a podcast. I tell you what, I'll tell you. It's nothing too crazy that you're listening to this.
Can you put a question there? Would you be willing to pay
some How much do you want to die that
Yeah. And I decided, you know, I'm not throwing show shade at ash Williams. But I've got a bit of criticism. Oh, here we go. So ash Williams is going real hard on Patreon. Good on it, just making some money. What I'm worried is he's he's putting out the filthiest content he has. So any stuff that wouldn't Be put, like, able to be posted publicly. Yes, putting on the Patreon. I feel like always subscribe to the Patreon No, no I haven't I we can't now I feel like we should
see how it shakes
out. But the thing is I went on to his live stream the other day. And then within like 30 seconds is like, ah, say I've got another podcast around here trying to steal all my content. You Yeah, that's fake. Oh, and so, no, so he's, um, I just worry for ash that he is posting all of his good stuff on Patreon now, and there's only so many tickling videos, and all nude shoots that you've got is gonna have to keep on being outrageous to keep people subscribed, don't you think?
Maybe but like the number one porn star
in the world comparing him to
only did porn for eight months. And that was it. And now we're still the number one post that was many many years ago. So then dew points She's in Logan polls log stuff at Lana, Lana. somebody's not a real that. But the point is, he might have so many tickling. It could be the number one tickle guy in the world five years after he tickled for three months and we don't even know we're just naturally I was spinning bullshit. Yeah, I'll go into.
I'll go into the Patreon and say what's on there? Yeah, but then I'm wary that he'll get very funny if I talk about the content. Yeah, on the show because people it's behind a paywall.
Yeah, yeah. Shannon, Shannon Tilney. She's, uh, she's relating to us. She's relating to the content about being woken up by hellofresh. She got woken up from a delivery from hellofresh at 12:20am. Very specific on a Sunday night to
the Sunday night. Couldn't get back to sleep. She said a Monday morning.
I mean, yeah,
yeah. I was very impressed. With Google Home the other day, because I said what's, what's the weather tomorrow? And it was like 1am. And they said you in bed?
Yeah. Oh, really? Like not spray doing, actually, that's a
noxious fear. Still a part of the dinner what I also do Diego,
Google. I am when I wake up during the night I say, you know, I said the Google thing and
people can be very annoyed. I google. Sorry.
I say hey, Google.
What time is it? It's like, it's 4:40am. That's what I'll be like, how good's that bad?
Oh, hang on. Let's just an update that I heard through Josh was that you're returning that stupid thing on your wrist. That you pay $18 a month for?
Yeah, for a full refund. Whoop. agates that
how good What? Not having the thing on your arm anymore. That was so Didn't they in the first place
with the great thing is I've now got a half a month of insights. Okay, and I get to cable the data. I just have to send it back. But yeah, it's it's annoying.
Okay, so this is a life hack now you can still do this. How much money will you have partnered with? So it's full money back. Yeah. So you haven't paid literally haven't paid a cent medicine and you got all the info
Did you pay in Australian dollars? Yeah,
that's a lot of fact. Did you think about the conversion? Yeah,
I think it could have gone the other way. Like, if you could have made some money if you could just type time that sort of forex, you know?
Yeah. And I pie that I thought was stupid that you got in the first place and then
you're worrying about how he was hoping to keep it for longer, but it's just annoying.
You didn't have a sleep problem and then you developed one lopat How do
you feel so I was talking to
me all where it won't do anything like
so pity? Pity shepherd. I was talking to him and he was saying how he was fired up because Sound like ash Williams now tonight? I head up actually stealing your heart. Let's take a simultaneous sip. I don't actually have a glass. No, but Pete was saying how pumped he was because on Sunday, or sorry, on Saturday night, he had a 10 hour sleep. And because it's a night Sunday morning, I actually I don't know the specifics. It could have been Sunday night. not sad. It's like
Shannon's message. She didn't need to point out that bit. That's what I was doing it. It was. It was a useless thing. Either way, being woken up at
1220. I had a 10 hour sleep.
And he's energy is like through the roof. He's feeling great. And he's whoop is showing it he's like old grain. So I was thinking I wouldn't like I know that you're going to return this which could potentially affect brand deals, but also I'd love to have a whoop brand deal where all they do. It's this contract. Similar to what I was seeking for K Oh, it's just a contract
until I told you that it would actually be more beneficial as paying for it and using it as a tax write off than actually doing live reads for a brand that isn't paying like, ridiculous. It's ridiculous. Well,
you're the guy that's worried about the the hallway a table bang up by the 20 bucks. Now
I'm worried about the $600 subscription a month that we pay.
That was great. Good. So what do we get co for the business then?
When we have TVs,
which probably get rid of Studio bonder? Right?
Yeah, yeah, yeah, we'll get there. So that was a $600 subscription. I think I think I did make Josh put that into the spreadsheet. So but he probably didn't fill it all out, which is like the date of
the whoop, whoop. How do we feel about if we did a challenge? Potentially, you're literally doing so broke type of
That's what they all did they want you out the podcast steal
too much. I was listening to it would have been like ex navy seal on Joe Rogan and he Jamie was just being like, Jonathan he tracked your commentating how many calories you burn with your work.
That's so annoying because whoops not going to do shit with us. I've got Joe Rogan's podcast. Yeah, that's annoying. Anyway, um, the final thing, book club. So tiny habits is the book. The Saturday the 14th of March Saturday, the 14th of March. That will be our first zoom call that we'll be doing for the book, get the book tiny habits. It is by BJ Fogg, double G, PhD, and Jia, we're writing tiny habits. You can go to the daily total show.com forward slash book club, book club. And that takes you to George's mom's book shop in Byron. Oh, yes. If you use the code, fact, there's, I'm asking a lot this. I know
you always do this.
He puts the codes gronk gronk. Plural, and you get 10% off. And so anyway, March 14, put it in the diary. I'm going to send out book club meant messages, you just need to that's something in that form that we do. have to take what club they want to be a part of. Yeah. I love that idea. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, right. That is good. So that so that will be the first one and then the second book club will be at the end of the month, because what we decided Emma was sort of spearheading this. Do one mid month do want to end of the month. So then with the accountability, yeah,
I love it. Have you purchased this book? On your
no, no, you are audio audible. No,
you haven't. That's
only because I pumps audio to kindle now. So I would Yeah,
I would suggest guys actually getting either the Kindle or the physical book just because it's, it has a little bit of a textbook vibe. There's a few sort of diagrams which will get missed. Anyway, it's a daily talk show. You don't need anything else to do. That's a lot, go to the daily talk show.com forward slash gronk. Fill out the form to make sure that you get stickers. For Friday the 13th one we're going to be cutting this off forever, no more stickers. So
do that now. See you tomorrow. Bye.