#729 – The Megaphone/
- May 14, 2020
We chat about a Tongue brushing update, finding a lost dog, creative projects and stagnation, our new megaphone, and Josh’s rebrand.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
– Tongue brushing update
– Finding a lost dog
– A Video A Day extra
– Creative projects and stagnation
– A PayPal Gronk Merch payment processing problem
– The WhalePod Megaphone
– Josh’s rebrand
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It's the daily Talk Show Episode 729. How are we guys? What's happening? What's going on? For people who tune in live, we are a few minutes late. Apologies. There were a few technical issues. But
yeah, a few just a fuse two, but then we put a zero on the other side of the turret. So we're here. That is the most important thing every single day. This is a daily podcast.
A lot of a lot of conversation yesterday in regards to cleaning of one's tongue.
I did it. Yeah, yep. Did you do it? Do it
Yeah, not the first pushback that I've given to tongue cleaning. Supposedly. I gave pushback on radio in shepparton. And Amy was listening to it. Really go. And she's like, Yeah, he's been you've been pushing back on tank cleaning for years. So, first I knew I forgotten about it. How does that make sense? I mean, look, to be fair, when I had my electric toothbrush years and years ago, I would find it interesting because you'd like you could see almost like it was carving out a pattern or something like play with. Yeah, you'd sort of get the thing on anyway. I am Brexit last night, I followed the instructions that we were sent on Instagram, which were fucking handy
for my dental assistant. gronk What about you service? Did you rush your tongue?
I did. I gave it a go. I was. I wasn't sure. So I mean, I'm still dialling in the technique. So I went from so from a dental assistant gronk the advice was to go from the back to the front of your mouth. Yeah. So you know, washing around the bacteria. So I did that, but I wasn't sure do I keep my tongue in my mouth? Or am I sticking my tongue out and doing it? I think tongue out.
I just like it so you can really see it. Should we get to it? Okay, well that's
that's how I do it. You should be fine. I did. I did go tongue out the hallway. Okay,
well, you are an open mouth brush or anyway. Yeah, in Georgia going, did you? Do you brush your teeth?
Yeah, yeah, I did but um,
I got a short tongue so it's got to stay in my mouth. So I just kind of go round
I don't think I was like scraping. I
just kind of just kind of Oh, you went in there. Yeah. Really?
Yeah, there are tongue strikers as well, but you can get
Oh, what if you did with floss?
Oh, yeah, you see, it's
almost like you know, dragging it there. Browning Hampton with his cat. Literally did
the brows I see that happening? We should get that done. When that comes back in. Don't forget get our eyebrows on fleek. This morning had a bit of an interesting scenario play out, leaving 730 to get somewhere by 9am as we all know here. Yeah. But I was driving out and like I think it's when you've got a baby that you need to get the daycare and then dropping me off. And then you need to be somewhere I get in quite like frantic like now we got to get go, you know I love being on time can't be like, couldn't be like to you gronk at 9am and we left and we drive out of our little townhouse block and there's a dog on the road. What do you do if you see a dog on the road and you can't see an owner nearby?
You pick it up babe, it does
look like a friendly dog.
It didn't look like it was it? It looked friendly. I guess I didn't think about its friendliness because it wasn't a pitbull or a Doberman or something that you think I sort of don't Yeah, I was like a, an old blue heeler fat. You know, MANOVA thing. Just bit like a crossbreed like I couldn't tell you the exact breed, but it looked like a blue heeler style dog old. Anyway, we stopped and at that point as soon as you stop You can't like there's no closing the door and driving off on a dog that you just actually engage with you know be like it's just absolutely not the way to do it.
So what was the first engagement then you open the door then what
I drove and sort of push pushed it is in just like drive towards it to make with you I was very slow and the dog was just sort of it almost look happy to say yes. And so it kind of went up onto the night to strip and I parked and we jumped out and I i mean jumped out we checked it had like a little colour with no no number for a person but and serial number for the you know, the council council so they know whose dog it is right? Anyway, no one around. And so we've ended up taking this dog back to our house. And it was so sweet because it followed us and it was like friendly. We took it inside and me sister. She had looked at that point.
That's a fun especially in ISO I think that's like one of the The best thing that could happen?
Well, I mean, yeah, two good things. It was a good dog, and we're doing a good thing. And so we left. Well, it was at that point, you know, when you're like, in a frantic sort of, we gotta go, we gotta go. I felt like it was, I kind of had a moment where I was like, Man, this is just one of those tests,
you know, because you live through this thing.
You know, I can forget this dog as quick as can be, you know, like, it means nothing to me. But then when you stop and you see it's beautifully like ah, but then I saw Amy walking off with it. And I was like, This is Yeah, this is definitely a test. I got to take a deep breath
and eventually get a dunk based on this. Like, I feel like this is a movie where you end up either keeping the dog Yeah, so
I got back today at around 1030 The dog was still here. me sister was about to go to work. I walk in the dogs on the on this. She's put a towel down. It's like having a little Late, it shook my hand didn't remark like Mr. 97 start like this is an angel. This
Angel fan How did the dunk shaky which
was sitting out in fucking put its hand out like bullshit, shake my hand bitch. Absolutely not. This thing was so beautiful. And anyway, the council, we're going to come pick it up. And you know, it's at this point, you want to keep the thing and I start relating with people who steal dogs. Not that I think it's the right thing to do. But I totally think that people who I wonder if there's someone out there that doesn't think they're a bad person, but has found a dog and fallen in love and thought, This is my love story. Now. This is I'm taking ownership like it's a dog Council. Dog act. Yeah. So he came the guy and, and I got my next door neighbour at that point. And she said, I know this dog. I know the owner. They walk around
I'm the owner.
I've got the papers. Now Anyway, there is one thing that is, it's a bit sort of slow. The way I could have delivered it back to the person, like think about this, they have a tag on you, it took this guy to come out and he's scratching his head. They take it back, you know what happens? You get fined. Like I'm really gonna have to pay to get the dog out of the pound how much I want to know so it's
gonna go to the pound
I think it's like 400 bucks. It's not chicken you check it save as because that way we could have door knocked inside this poor woman 400 bucks. Let's
find out. How would you have done that? So you would have just so you reckon it was close to your neighbourhood? So
I was worried that it was. I've never seen the dog before, but I was worried that where I pulled over Imagine if it was just the house just walked in front of it. That's like legit lived across the road. And so that's why I got Jackie next door who's, you know, 17 years has been living longer. And she and she said no, I see that dog I speak to the Most days, but I don't know where she lives, she walks down behind our property and out and so she doesn't know if it's across the road that directional back behind our place. So either way, I think it's a good result. Definitely a really good result. But it's Yeah, it's gonna cost her. Yeah. Can we find any any info saves, you would
have done it on the actual costs?
Well, whatever it is, I'll have to have an ISO money, get that ISO monitor.
I mean, there's business opening neighbours and then doing it can pick up
well. I also thought like, why is there not an app that rather than they take all the money off people for looking after them? Why isn't there an app that you can jump onto put the code into if it's around the neck, and it pings a message to the owner? And then just says, Have you dog send cash or nodes? Either one
depends on the owner really doesn't
Yeah, yeah we we actually before we get to what we did this morning great job on the on the video last night yeah, one video a day is going strong
well it's it yesterday was my third video and part of the the whole premise of the video was that I'm tired I've been up lighter than I normally have been engaged in a screen my screen time on my phones gone right down my screen time on my computer has gone astronomically up but I haven't I can't tell this is how tired I am and I'm not trying to complain. But this is a bit weird. A notification came up my iMac big you know 27 inch iMac whatever it is. I thought I finally had apple. I'm just trying to say this painting a picture of the size. It's not a little laptop. It's like a big screen. I I went to touch it. I thought the fucking big screen was a touchscreen that said Todd I am He gave out your message. And I'm just fuckin touching this guy. swipe, swipe.
This needs to be attached. Great. That's for sure. I mean, there is that muscle memory thing with like, I've noticed like going from my PC. To my Mac, it scrolls the different way. It's enough. I mean,
it's a whole persona that's like, solenoid personalities.
Yeah, yeah. It's like your right brain, which is coming. Okay, before we get to the rebrand I wanted, so go and watch the video that TJ has done with Craig Harper. But what I wanted to apply today was you had a different video in mind, which was a flower video.
Well, I filmed this like early in the morning and had it done by midday and I hadn't even started Craig hoppers video. I hadn't even started the one that I ended up posting.
And so you said to me, You said I've got a video very basics. It's basic. It's Maybe looking at different flowers in the neighbourhood. And then I brought that up on the show. Was that is that the reason that you decided to throw in the towel on that project?
Now, I think it was Georgia boys Hump Day replay and just the quality that he pushes out. And you know, it's maybe once a week George pitcher inspiring a nation. And you're inspired made a push forward.
Anyway, but the video was completed. And so you've done me a solid and you've sent it through.
Yeah, we'll play it now. But I'll tell you, why did you want to save it up you slave?
Next one. Well, well, I mean,
this is the same problem that I had with my photo project. You can't start hoarding creativity. So you might have a great day and you'll be like, I've done six videos. You can't use them. It's all about doing one a day
and it makes sense to have them go out So this is not today's video, but and you can see is, as I use out of, you know, my flowerpower video
isn't gonna make sense for our podcast listeners.
There'll be some sort of short, maybe 510 seconds of music, which is, you know, quite lovely. And there's some bits of me talking. So yeah, at the front of the back, lots of talking middle, a little bit of talking and a bit certainly short. Okay.
All right. Well, before we get that, going, here's 10 seconds of admin, 10 seconds of admin. Did you know you can actually subscribe. It's a podcast, you can do it and also give us a review at Apple podcasts. Thank you. There we go. This is the front of the extra flower video. I'm just
out for a walk for any coffee. And then I was walking home and now it's pouring rain. But in the middle of walking along, thinking, this is annoying, I'm getting wet. I was noticing the colours of the leaves at the moment.
I don't know if you've seen them.
If you haven't been outside But I'm gonna push forward in this rain. I'm gonna capture on my iPhone, a whole bunch of these beautiful, colourful trees.
And I regret this
RoseMarie take some for me. So initially, this wasn't today's video idea. But that's the beauty of this project is that I'm needing to create a new video every day. So I'm looking for opportunities, looking for things to film in and capture
I mean with the song I actually thought that was great calling to me at the end there. I was like what?
Yeah, that was right. I get the iPhone 11 I was
crying. Yeah, that filming cry from the phone. I thought insensitive because savage is colorblind, but
it was really good. It's already saved. So what did you say you need the flowers? They would like,
to be honest.
Do you say maybe that's
like, do you just say in black and white?
out? I don't know.
Yeah. I mean, no, I saw the saturation. The iPhone did a great job.
Yeah. Are you? Are you glad that I released the other one though? Like,
we would have I think I would have. It's part of the process. I think that that like the friction of you putting out the one that you're not happy with? Yeah, like I did what for 15 days or whatever of that photo project. And there's times where it's like, this isn't great, but and so you know it and so it's like, you just bracing yourself. It's like you You want to preempt it you want to be like, Hey guys, this is shit. Enjoy your day. But you can't project the way you're feeling about the work onto the winds. George does a great job at projecting his internal monologue. No I love when he's when he loves telling intros.
I'm not happy with it productions that CS company is funny though the noise in our head about like, you know, around that around creative endeavour, it's like, it is there needs to be disconnect. It needs to be some awareness. And I'm not fucking good at it. I think I've just done a quite a bit of it where I'm just like, it was that thing which I said the shameless girls, it's like, you know, hello, my old friend. It's in my head. It's that doesn't go and so the beauty was that the video that I ended up putting out later that day, was essentially about this thing we're talking of, you know? The the the the the what's in your head and you know and getting stuff done in in the real world which is you know the the action world the stuff outside looks Craig said it better Shall we just play
with it right yeah we can play Craig
because he speaks for two minutes and
and the funny The funny thing about the when I felt bad about my photos I was like these are the worst ones I've ever done. I got a message from service being like Mike These are my favourite. It's like yeah I don't know what the lesson is there. It's either
mean like, we are all full of shit and by full of shave yourself by full of shit. I mean, we talk the absolute most the most bullshit to ourselves like Josh, you saying that to yourself? That is a version of bullshit. And so because someone else out there doesn't think that all i do think that but you know, there is some One that doesn't think it, and it's not necessarily truth.
And so here is Craig capa with a bit of motivation. This is the video from yesterday.
It's only day three of this video project, and I'm tired. I've been out the last couple of nights. And I need some motivation. I need a hit. I need my boy cry Kappa.
We've spoken many times about analysis paralysis, and a lot of us live in our thoughts. You know, we inhabit two worlds we inhabit an internal world and an external world and this is where the stories and the self talk and the self loathing and the excitement and the joy and the passion and the ideas and the creative. This is from where it's all kind of resides but it's not until we actually step out of that we step out of the you know, the theoretical construct that is all of that internal stuff when we put ourselves in the middle of The practical the doing, you know by going to the gym by, you know physically writing that story by by playing your guitar by you getting out with your camera and shooting some footage you know otherwise everything is just this perpetual idea, this perpetual intention, this concept this construct this theory, this dream that never gets breathed life into it. There will be things that work there will be things that don't work. I've open businesses that didn't work, I've done presentations that didn't work. Right now I'm doing a PhD, which is I'm still scared but the only way that I can be less scared and more confident, more capable, and more resilient at that very high academic level that I feel very unqualified to be in is by putting myself in the situation. I'm still insecure, I'm still fearful. I still feel unworthy unlike afford on a regular basis. But that's not going to go I can't think myself out of that doesn't matter what the self talk is. It's an emotion, it's a feeling. But what happens is when I put myself into a place where now I'm working against the resistance of my fear, or my laziness, or my procrastination, just like you do, Tom, when you go, there's got to be less lag time between my idea and my action. Once I step into that one, I'm creating results in my practical results that can be seen. And I'm also changing my operating system. I'm becoming more proactive, productive and effective,
and less stuck in might be in a dialogue might have fired up what do I yeah, 2750 or PayPal. There we go.
Sorry, good. Egg. It's cried.
I just I love He didn't even know what I was calling about. It's like lyrics.
Do you think he should write songs I'd love to get him to like how to play guitar.
We spoke for like 20 minutes and I asked a bunch of other dumb questions. And the last one I literally like, just Can you just move About Me, that's exactly what I said, motivate me. And he just did that. And I was like, I got it. Thank you. And he's like, Oh, yeah, okay. Well let me know if you do something with it. Like he's so he's
always you know, you're recording.
Yeah. Well, we got off to that start where I was recording, but he's like, are we doing this? I was like, Yeah, I was like I had I didn't have much on it. I mean, that's the point of this project, is like what Craig said that less lag time between the idea and starting is for me is so funny because it's taken me years like I could have probably come up with this years ago. It's funny when you actually believe something like, really embody it. And you go through the pain of not understanding yourself for a long time. And then you get to some, you know, like a penny drop moment is that moment where things it all aligns and you're like, I truly understand it. And so that starting is Like, it comes at the detriment sometimes I think of maybe the, the the ultimate overarching quality of something. But it doesn't mean that the thing that I start will be bad, it just means that Getting started is the thing that will make me work out so many things along the way. Because I'm one that just fucking goes, goes in wood and shuts it off because it's almost like I can't handle that in wood that in wood time, or definitely an overload. Like I think we all probably have a version of threshold for going inward and thinking about stuff before we start, but for me, I just need less of it. Because I still get like how much creativity comes out of starting or your project this podcast, like
simplicity as well. I think that like the starting plays into simplicity, like I think that we're trying to, we fuck ourselves because we think that it's like, Okay, if I'm going to do this thing, and that's why I think that's such an advantage for Like beginner mindset, like if you're just getting started, like, think about how there was always a conversation that you and I had, because in the early days of our friendship, you were making so much, like just going out and filming things. And I'd sort of because I'd had that, you know, seven or eight years beforehand, it was like this weird one where it's like, are no you don't understand like, this could fuck up, like what you're doing it like you don't have a backup here or there's this so there's that. And it's like, it doesn't really serve you to be thinking about that stuff.
Well, I mean, yeah, doesn't serve you if it stops you from doing the thing. Because the mistakes like they all get made. They're all part of the journey. You can't have a seamless career of no stuff ups, which is essentially Craig puddi saying start businesses that fail. I've done that exact we've done that. Josh, we've started shitting filed and started and stop. It's like stop any, any Creek. You starting and stopping your photo. thing, there's no issue that it doesn't fucking matter. You did it. As long as photos,
I got the thing that I wanted at like at that time what I wanted, and then you just find the new thing until it's like, Yeah. What's the other option? The other option is like I fucked it. I'm not doing it. It's like, that's why I guess there is that sort of trend to look at failure is something that we should lean into, because it's because that's the only guarantee that we have
in the whole thing. Yeah, leaning into the uncertainty, talking about failure.
Yeah, I just wanted to talk about the PayPal thing Casey brought it up.
That was a big failure in
HR. Hey, pal. At the end, it was inspired by our fuckup exactly why I said paper. I don't talk about paper mache, but it's on my mind, to be honest.
So I mean, it's not blind Monday.
But it's throw him under the bus Thursday.
thrashing Thursday. Now I didn't like the thing is it's a hard one because I don't know where I stand amongst I don't know how guilty I am in this whole thing. Service. Can you explain what's happened?
Yeah, well, so DeRay you take when you sent me when I said, Mike, what's going on with pipe out? You fix the trouble? Yeah. It just it was
nothing. That's okay. I mean, it's essentially what happened was we had to create the pipe create a PayPal account to claim the money from the orders. People made for gronk merge.
And so the gronk merge that was through Shopify, and Shopify, you just turn it on, and there's all different payment methods, we connected our stripe, there's PayPal, it doesn't actually require you to do anything from day one
to set up the account beforehand. So yeah, so we we got like a email saying like, create an account to claim have funds and so I did that on Sunday and
26th of may that's when we were told that we would lose the money.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, you have a month from when they make the payment to claim it otherwise it gets refunded automatically. And so I create I created the PayPal account and as soon as you create the account, it's placed under limitations until it gets more information from you. So you got to enter like your ABN and all that sort of stuff.
Which first of all just quickly on that, like he called me on a Sunday and I was driving and we'll we had FaceTime open TJ he put his own personal name is the paper like you said, You have put the company but I've put me as the main contact I was like, like, that's problematic. Don't you think you should be putting any finance if you credit bank account, you put one of the directors names, don't you?
You're not a director of the business.
So anyway, that was that was problematic. So anyway,
yeah, the good thing is just a user on the account and you can have multiple guests. Yeah. I didn't know that at the time, but it worked out. Well.
Yeah. Okay. You
like, do you understand that bit though?
No, I get it. I get it.
Yeah, it's like do you like writing checks or something on behind it a media company?
Anyway, so go on.
Yeah. And anyway, so when when we created the Canada's put under automatic limitations, and then it tried to claim all the payments while we while our account was limited, so we can actually receive or make any payments. And so everyone who made a payment, it got denied. And everyone who made a payment via PayPal, it got denied, and then it's been refunded
to them. So four out of 3500 bucks of sales about 1000 bucks just went right Back to everyone. Yeah,
yep. Yeah. So, I mean, what are we doing signing this? It's not a big problem. George, I've got free merchant. So here's the thing I just want
to break even George,
man we haven't broken even absolutely have not broken even I did this one setting up Amy's Shopify store for candles and luckily I realised that three, one purchase in some $45 purchase, which we'd already fulfilled and sent and so that you know, it's it's all it's all in the negatives at that point and then the money got refunded to them. They I mean there's two things the person on the other end gronk move if they realise and then Don't mention it.
No one's I don't think that's a problem the gronk most of it we knew way before the gronk have known and so Casey is even messaged and said she could just pay into our show email. If people want to send us donations, random amounts of money. Yeah outside the daily talk show calm. Let's set up now
do that. Can you
do that? So you could just like PayPal me money? Is that how it works?
Yeah, yeah. Why? Maybe we need a Yeah, I think they can
and so hence why it's a daily show. Let's
well I just need to
I would just want
well I The reason I said is because I went to office where I need to cover
my new patches
which I got from office works this morning. It's it's a megaphone, it is big like in Italy. There's people walking around selling you know, shitty little ones. I got one when I was so pissed and annoyed. So many people in Florence know Rome. This is like, this is king size. This is what a cop would have at a rally telling, you know, the vegans to settle down. That's what
It's actually the it's not the cost in the megaphone. It's the cost in the batteries because these use the batteries
once a day, but is that that huge one? That's like a big cup? Like a cup looks like it's a switch. Okay, it's a shock to us. Okay. Sure. Class. No, I remember the big batteries for the torches back in the day that were like, a little brick. Yeah. Okay, how much of that? And I never.
I needed eight. And I only sold the batteries in six. So I had to get 12.
And so how long?
How many does he use?
Well, because I also got some other stuff because we did something today that involved all of this. So it came to 79 bucks, but I gotta say,
And so anyway, do you want to hear that?
You're saying we need money. That's why we need So
wouldn't it be great if you write megaphone and send us $5 if you send $5 To our PayPal hype, the daily talk show calm anytime I use that actually know, once a month I'll thank the megaphone sponsors. So there'll be we can have up to what like 30 by yeah brought to you that could be fun.
I actually don't mind that you just get that is kind of good unless you know there's some untoward businesses send through some cash.
If you send 50 bucks you get full naming rights to the megaphone could be the Russkies megaphone every time I use it.
I like that calm.
But if you if you were one who bought a T shirt or jacket or hoodie or what were they
created by PayPal or in the merged by five
out don't do anything saves we'll be in touch it's well I don't want you to send through cash or anything.
Unless Yeah, it's a donation on the megaphone.
We'll do that later. And we love you for supporting us and it was our fault.
Felt went blind with throwing people under the bus It's absolutely not my fault. It is
your inability to see you squirm Pay Pal doesn't squirm. They're just like, yeah, I'm rich bitch. Keep them I've got billions. Imagine all that money. Imagine all the lost money in paper like this sitting in random accounts that paper can access. I'd love to know how much all that like.
Casey says to check the PayPal account. Do you want a message? What do we got? This is from Casey Casey. Casey says, one of the supporters of the megaphone.
And so is there gonna be like a time limit on the sponsor rate? So it's like, okay, yeah, and who sent in five bucks, she gets the whole minute or whatever.
So I think that we what we do is it's 10 seconds of admin, one of the me's thinking I'm megaphone sponsors. But the thing is, that will be for about 12 months because I would there is Another megaphone I'd like to buy.
So one thing we need to work out from hot accounts and how we're reconciling these
types of amounts of dollars coming into our business. Josh Janssen calm as a personal thing if you want
Can I do this?
Was that megaphone you were just saying there's a nice one that you want to get.
Yeah, there's just I mean this like what
how much is how much might have been?
I think just under 200 you'll get a real good one. Hi.
The difference they they do the same thing
just like Lady lights got like a bit of cord because it's like and it's also like shower as well.
You know what?
Just not so does that mean it needs two day batteries? I don't know
I would love related with the USB to be honest charging Jason
related back to my videos. I'm using a someone someone messaged me and said what our lovely video what what what Whatever you're using once you set up, yeah, and I remember asking all those questions before I started doing anything because I felt like there was not saying this person is doing that. But for me my son was, I was transfixed on the gear. Yeah, you know, this procrastination. And so I'm using a subpar camera, and my drone just broke. So I can't get the aerials. You know? What I'm saying is your megaphone, right?
Yeah, I'm gonna use this thing use exactly. Well, no, we need to deconstruct the cost in the notepads and stuff like the other like the clipboards because I don't want to sort of laugh at all. The we did use that idea is coming out tonight that TJ is working on that involves a megaphone. Can I quickly do my personal announcement? Oh, yeah. Yay, gaffer, what are you gonna say?
Well, it's just I mean, you don't make reading comments.
can I do you can you read? Okay, great. Well, Jim is saying Anyone gonna do a pull up? I'll pay $100
you would pull up
Yeah, how much would you pay for a top off pull up
name with a pull up to be honest
way drifting close to an only fans again. Sorry close and it will be all of Sam's early says
next grace will move to Melbourne there'll be an only fans Judo account. Save
Oh very time. It's Oh yeah, I mean, it's all just, you know, access. That's all they want.
The reference it's referring to Ben Fordham's mate, Jake. Oh, do that pull up. That's the joke. But what they said, but he's still gonna pay the hundred
Yep, I know. Maybe they said soft way the charity can do donated 100 bucks
you're not you're not gonna it's not tax deductible. That's for sure you know? Yeah. Okay.
So you know we go I'm gonna do my personal rebrand announcement. Yeah. I have a feeling what happened was Brees hairdresser opened up last night or like has recently opened up and so Bree had her hair cut. And I find that when I am at home, all of a sudden I get bored within like 10 minutes. And so I was like thinking, What can I do? And I went to personal rebrand stuff. And so there is the concern that I have that it's not going to allow me to sorry, Josh, Josh, Josh,
I'm so sorry to interrupt your announcement. But I just want to say, while pod analytics is the new sponsor for the megaphone
while it's good does Can you hang on
we need to do something I think she needs to be paid by Rory is gonna have to go any other show. This is this is
it's I think it's
you started this is your fun
hang on what's going on sorry guys
we've got a new sponsor
Caitlin. We just
gonna be reconciled. This is
Brianna Williams she sent through $20 what do you what does that get it?
Oh my god we got 10 more dollars from Jim
I think you're gonna have
it in no time.
monetize this podcast.
This is good. This is good. Even done the personal brand announcement.
Should I announce it?
Yeah, well do it. Yeah doing an announcement.
Oh, by everyone actually.
Sorry Josh Have you got your phone set up with the MDI connection to your iPhone? I wouldn't mind to see you go out onto the balcony now.
To that we'll do that now. It has to be for a special special occasion I'll go out because I know but breeze currently in a meeting I know she'll crack it, which is fair enough because I've already done the alarm. But and the other thing too is it reflects like the audio will reflect throughout the whole like neighbourhood I not will I think that
the purpose because we wanted to get wildlife message
out there I think what he's I think that we can as a as a special, we can do it as a I feel like you get a one soft guy with it. So why needs to work out exactly what he wants to copy to be?
Yeah, and then I'll use it. And then you need to record a video at home by yourself that goes out on Instagram and it's like, thanks to today's megaphone spell
sports forever. He's the naming rights sponsor for the next year. No, that's not
my stupid fucking idea. It's what
do you think? What do you think it's on this show?
This is how this is how it works. This is how it works. Because you're clearly not thinking about business right now. He's the naming rights sponsor of the megaphone. He's the naming rights sponsor of the megaphone until someone else knocks off his naming right of this isn't good for cash. This is
the box, not
the room. Like, up the they have to buy five by 500 by five. Yes. Okay, the next one is 5555 This is huge use it. This is like a snippet, or we're all homeowners and be like, how did you do it? And you can explain the whole scheme of every single day we had a new megaphone sponsor.
She's amazing how
regretting sending 20 now because most of it, what does she get for that?
Well, so Kayla can
this is this is this is a good point. Wait, so Ryan, man while pod is getting the megaphone naming rights, and then we saying it's so yeah, the megaphone brought to you by and then everyone else's was inherently including those others. So you're trying to think why
forever. So it's like Etihad Stadium. And then we go yeah,
it's no it's Eddie had stadium until someone tops it by five.
Yes, yeah. Yeah, but
Yeah, exactly. Yeah Musa forever Saba paid an extra five Marvel Marvel's.
And so what what do we think about the idea is like I'm getting some form of stickers or whatever, like they should get like a wild pod logo or something.
Well, I record the sound
of a whale into it pre recorded and then
yeah, every time it's announced, you play the whale say yeah, I mean it could be gone. This is what I love about it though because it's like you could be knocked off, you at least get some mentions. And I think there's some sort of social content Josh that you can reel out at home, you know, on in your little dungeon just reading out some some kind of copy or thanking Kaitlyn or thanking Gemma, who else do we have thanking Casey? Okay. And then obviously Shana
says there should be a fifth screen that just strange the view of the megaphone.
definitely. Okay. And so I feel like the microphones taken from my announcement bring and do it anyway. Okay. Yeah.
Okay. Okay, seeing cash quickly. Well are you in?
If you get in beforehand, then well, yeah, stop naming rights. Yeah. Or too much or we get exclusive. Exclusive. Oh, no.
No. You need to think, Tim I mentioned wild pod.
Yeah. I'm reloading emails just to see if there's anything.
This is Josh from the wild pod megaphone. I have a personal rebrand announcement.
Starting may 15.
I will be removing a coffee from my diet and more now be the tea guy.
Is that it? Is that it? Yes. Is that all it was? I'm going to man. I'm the guy with a mock master. And I'm just letting breeze furious and I have you know,
my this one at the office. Yeah, if you want to take that office, George, you can take it. You can take it home for a while. That's right. I love it here.
My comments. I can't get through them all the time. Write them all out now, but they're like, Yeah,
can we get in the comments how long we think it will last before he has a first coffee? Yeah, can I ask what tea is gonna be your go to?
Well, funnily enough, if you had watched my Insta stories? I did say that the the, what do you call it when you get a hint? A hint was, I've been thinking about doing this for for a long time. Long time long day long. And so I'll probably do long. I'll do Whoever
I've never heard of this guy.
This is this is real Tim Ferriss vibes. These are tea guys.
And I had the we had the matcha whiskey and stuff, but now I've got a really I bought a nice Japanese tea pot. And yeah. And so he did have on Twitter TTA. And he's had Dr. Andrew Weil, who has much a.com but maybe we should get Sarah Holloway back. Oh, yeah. to chat about all things on tape. Also Mason,
also Mason. Oh, yeah, that's a great idea, man. Yeah,
yeah, maybe I should get into the Rashi
Yeah, I was. I was thinking about this literally this morning when I was making my smoothie. I was like, I could definitely get into mushrooms right now.
Yeah, yeah. Well, let's get to
the last five days Caitlyn, thanks for
No You should get what you should get I am really good. What are those things that keep the tea hot that you can thermos
your best thermos you can make it into yeah that's what he wants to get in the morning and just how I'm taking
die Josh don't don't don't this is like lose my beanie absolutely no one to sponsor just like here beyond Now the good thing is that you're not this isn't saying I'm quitting caffeine you're just going off coffee cuz tea I think that you need at least a black tea that has coffee it's caffeine in it to start with and then sort of just you know over the day sipping yeah whatever you want the other stuff
to tell you it's also got a bit it's got some other qualities like the
you're on edge. We don't want to take away your medication which you know, caffeine will do
Okies sharp if
you've never been addicted to fucking coffee in your life any no idea about getting off it Now here's where we're at. Right?
There reason I take some time for
this. This is why I don't want to stop. This is the exact reason why I don't want to have coffee.
Well, yeah, because you don't want to deal with everyone online.
But also you, you're the guy who didn't really want to drink and then the other day people were telling you how to slow down he like
I like the fear.
He came around.
Yeah, but that's, that's that's literally one and a half genes. So yeah,
tomorrow back on it tomorrow, Friday night drinks.
That's almost always nickname one and a half jeans.
Right. Sure. All right.
All right. Let's it. Let's see. Just Just give us sort of sign off when you wrap it up. Hard megaphone? Yeah. Do the sign off and then we're done. Love you guys. See you tomorrow.
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