The Clever Dummies Podcast
The Clever Dummies Podcast

Episode 14 路 1 year ago

The CDP // Ep14: Prospective, Potential & Work. 馃棟

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Let's talk about some important issues.

...whenare you radin any claver dummies,episate numbe fourteen. I won of course join here by an ECO going today M Jesm.I can happy to Betalk, eon this pleney beautiful the afternoon. I am a great man, I'm loving life, asalways, and I ' very excited to be doing his portcast. As I said before,we're back stronger feeling great to be back doing this portcast bit of arevamp, I suppose on u on a broader sense of the portcast. I guess I fe forsome reason I feel like our emergies, a e litle higher in this second season ofthis claber Tamis potgas. I did n't say in a second way that Clim dbis Sik toSayin Wa Hioty, how appropriate DRI, dhel very timely Isan. It myht time lyfor Shor Timelashor m talking about timelyu crazy times in Victoria. Herein a beautiful city of Melbourne Yeh, I the city of Quens, they call et, Ithink, the city ACQUAINTC, and what do they cald queensmen then Idon. I justLi n, a TM as from an outsider, looking an it's only. You know, there's no wayto really know so. What's it like, then they can haven to wear mask every warin mine and, what's the second wave like? Is it not that big of a deal oris it? Does it sack a little bit? L definite? I think it definitely sucksbecause of they are actually people passing away, and I think that sucks,no matter what age. I think it's always really shity when anyone passes awayregardless of anyone who you know doesn't have the opportunity to passaway from natural causes of just growing old, and it's always shit. So, regardless ofthe fact that if it's affecting you know a certain amount of people- andit's only you know, but then again, they also said: Like young people aregetting in is wall. So if you know young people are getting really sick aswell. So it's a scary time for everyone and I think it's a scary time. You knowI'm sorring to sound like Dan Andrews now, but it's beaus. I do appreciate den Andrewsa lot. I think he's a good leader and you know people a people have beenpicking at him, but I think he's is. You know he's prety good, he's honestand he you know the best part about him. Do things I notice about him as theleader when he holds press conferences. He remembers the name of the reportersand he points them out with their names, and I to that was brilliant.Scottmarrison does the same thing as Lon yeah and that's brilliant and Ithink that's precal. I haven't seen many people do that Um, you know, tally, not tr. Just call youyou don matter fake news. Next Guy, it's like Oh, my fen Godyou go out.EERYWAY TRIIESPEC. You know we talk about perspective all the time, so it'sgood, but now that's a fat point an like. I always want those sort ofpeople show back Bonin to stand up and to sor not argue, but to defendpossistions and not be Wishwashi, and I think a lot of politiciansbecause of the prosition theyre in they don't have a lot of control, uiuzfinancial reasons. They tend to shy away from confrontation speaking fromthe heart, but then anges is like. I think he speaks from the heart. So I'vebeen a Givin that TOR shore I'd say I'd, say I think, he's as much as I cananyway yeah. Well, that's it and I think, listening to him 'cause today hegot U. Someone asked me a question saying: Would you Bethe situationsgoing on? Would you put your mother in one of the one of the what a e they call age here and he saidwith what consituation? No, I would not put my mother Um in the one of thosedand then I thought that was very honest and he said in Factif. My mother waslistening to this news right now. She would be very angry, Wi h that I eventhought about that, and I thought that was kind o beautiful, that hi actuallygetting personal and Whie Kinda right. Obviously, some of it Isation a glamshere. Did you hear about whatever this? Is You untion? No, the entirements over there? I thinkit was early April when they first got their locked own gane and they sent awhole bunch of elderly people to enter nursing homes and over aditors an edeaths were in the nursing home. So other countries are like that's the thing wit fom, Australia,we've been in a good position. 'cause we haven't had to go first, we werekind of recovering from the fire and by the time you know, apparently her ownwash doesn't like fire. So when the fires, you know this is a weird thought,but when the fires were going like a lot of countries had started getting itparticular countries that have a lot of trouble from Asia, and we have a lot oftrouble from Asia to be ot of e thing tit's. Why? One of the reasons whyastray is alsome because of the Asian influence, but it is what itis. It just sort of happened that way, so it was kind of like February march whenit Sorto came here. So I think we're able to learn from that. So, eventhough we didn't have that we had to lock down as well, we were able to seea lot of other countries and, for example, what happened in New Yorkdidn't, even though it happened over here on small bunches, like there are alot of deaths that have been in nursing homes, but not rearly the same amountthat happened in New York Si, at least...

...you know, that's a positive Australas,still don right. You know it's hard to think that way, but it's sometimes it'sall. We can do you know hundred percent on hundred prcent, andI think this just set thet theme for the portcast today, which isprospective- and I think that's very important because- and I love this this-how we always set tep Tam for the PORTCAS. This is onl of the best thingsI really enjoyd Tois, it's it's. When you think about what kind ofsituation you are because I'm hearing you know people complaining aboutcertain things and you know Im, I'm there as Weit, I'm there as wellcomplaining about being in the lockdown, but my God. People are suffering rightnow, like truly suffering America, you know has always been shown as to be oneof the you know, as one of the top countries and dreamsare made right, which is a complete pr. Stun M Edright, it's always been a PRstunt and it's always being their PR. Industry has been always the Hollywoodindustry and Australiahas never had that kind, O strong infoand. So that'swhy they were able to sell Um. They were able to sell huge products andable to move. You know multiple levels of products as well and sell all thisinporce. The point is really, if you think about America, it's always beenquite Um. How do I put it? It's always been veryhollow from the middle. I guess it's never been. It's never had thestrongest of the economy or any of that stuff, and you know when you saw themcrumble. Yeah Hollywood, which is you know, an economy, that's based offaudience and people paying to see things and putting money back intoproduction, for example, and cove comes along. You See, while they'restruggling because they're not able to match it, sir, that Sam moreinteresting ye, but but so what America had, I guess prettycovert. Is They have that influence, so they can always be seen more importantthan the rest of the world when, for example, you've got what's going on inIndia and theyare kind of getting it now and we're saying kind. The realtragesty these trabasty that's gone on over there as all Sir Um, the Lis paying attention there, becauseI it's it's. Never they never had the PR that America had, and I guesseveryone called America. The superpower and I mean two things- make a goodright. The the interational trade happened in. U S Dolles, which see hugeinintroi happens in the US dollars, so obviously for people who don't knowthat oil gets traded in. U S dollars right oil n, some of the othercommodities that actually set the scene for international trade happene in USOlis. So I think that's some of the things they go right, tfor rest of themreally Evr, you think about it. I mean they've got no health care anyway. Sowe're so lucky to be in Australia. Coming back to Australia. I think itjust shows that you know we could be in much worse places, even though it's achilly situation, but I think we're lucky to be here. I think weve won alottry. I mean you know. Most of us didn't really do anything to be in thisbeautiful country, so I would go quir saing weve won a lottery. You know wedidn't really. You know we didn't. We didn't do anything incredible to be todeserve to be in a country like that's sothing Weneed, to be thankful andgrateful for that and not complain at People Yegon, I'veheard Gary v say four hundred tree and to one to be human, how very caot thoseoddsits sound, Abat right, weedly enough, I nove it for us to be anAustrala as well anddefinitely sa lets aim into that brother. That's a hundredpercent F, The d. So absolutely- and I don't know if you've been seen, thenews up all the bloody carens running around you know, yelling at cubs saying is my-Is My right as a woman to not to wear a mask. I you've getting a bit of TEX messages.There Lokit. No, it's just a baby monitor Mo that might be a good sat, Ay, theNix sigment, but mquickly. I have seen some medeos online. You can look it upat all Nigt and it's when some of Hem have gotten a bit two hands on e and inthe face of the POLACE hoises and they get arrested for like distern pace ofwhatever it is oteever the lowries over there. Some of them get ranged old,Rande, pretty irditating. You know we'll talk that maybe wou should watchhim and Mae Col it on it. TBAT it's pretty entertaining not going to lie O, maybe that's the NEX fortcast oflike Ometryoll, the bloody carrents love Y Coentrie than be we facefut godsat peace, Bok Clime. I think that could be another thing that could be arm ofthe CLEBEDAIS portcast. The live commentary on videos, ootical issues, yeah, don't take it ye, p, sure and II-have that National Afar? It's not even only it's funny here. We still call iton there, but it is what it is. 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...lot of mistakes in there? Last week Iactually said something which I gin a creck. Last week I said I read a bookby Peter twowhoas. O is a founder of WHO's, a cofounder ofAmazon. No He's not a copond of Amazon he's a cofonder of CP, so I correct I'm,not a fucking idiot. I just forgot. I listen to the port. Castles lie I'm into eat it. Yes, Megavi Um tdod. We already talk about the website.Nono, I'm not sure H, ERT Ta, see we lo so riht. I you if anyone Ta Pan you offor that Min, send them over to me. T I'll have a discussion with them. Don'tyou worry about that? Nonsesironto, the onto the kze good next EGUA HOW'S THEPARENT MIND! Reading you M it's IT'S! It's fabulous! Br likeit's! Obviously you know right now. It feels reallydifficult just because honey don't know what to do. But then again, you've gotto just go back and use your perspective and realize what you bless:Fol, Lik, Abe, tatch on and she's prest feeding really well. A lot of parentshave difficulty with that. She's got a pretty good temperament, she's, alreadylearning not to c only Wen to cribecessibly when something's wronglike if she if she needs a nappy change or she's, particularly if she's hangryshe'll cry properly, but if she's, just pase, O she's good a cough or somethinghs'll cry in a slight different way. So she's already starting to do that,which is pretty cool, so we're already picking up on that, so we're doing ourbest mit, but at the end of the day they it's the automate difver body fora reason: OCOM canturning to the ultomate Ou Ho tryut as well so um, butuncle Bayr. Sir. It's really good would like, like W Li. We explain tanyway ne Ha t explaining to talk about it in that way, like this nive away toTalk Abou, it 'cause Idon't a my feelings, I'm still pretty numbtakingon me: crying sat solade Athat, the sound inlight should te hry foot tufh how that's will aleve a I use theseheadphones, how you nose Gansan trust meat works M, pretty good, because I have the bestpartner in the world to she's Um she's, a absolute phenomena mom. She was bornto BEA menow. How is she sleeping, she's sleeping we're given good cracklike Um nit times, I've been keeping on an Tryn,a bottlefeed o so to try to give her a fortified hour window arm. That's whyI've been originally alwals going to bed at liketen o'clock n. Now I'm going o bed at like four o'clock, so it sort ofchanges my day a little bit, but it's m t's quite interesting, so it gives hera window, but during the day it can be half because she will sometimes sleepfor only forty five minutes and in that time, you've gon to try to get as muchstuff tandone, because when you breastfeed, when she wakes up, you needto be there with you guest at the breast so like you're, very limited s butshe's a savage bro, she's she's on it every time she never drops a ball. Shedoesn't want to be away from the baby for five minutes like she's the bestmanmere like it's, you know, you'd have to say it to reallyunderstand him. No words can do a justice, I'm sure I I don't think I canunderstand. thisor begin to understand it, just because I I'm not there norexperiencing it, nor IAMNO, doubting methat amcharlotte as another, not ofmy calots, yes yeah y yeah, yeah yeah, a hundred percent that that I'dhave to see as well. I guess well, that's that's incredible. I guessnow this is now the fortcast has been set the same talking about porspective,beautiful things of life, there's something that ive been wantingto talk about. It's a very controversial topic, but I like I needto talk about it right, a man then again, the Clavertomi port casetit becose the controversial forecast, and you know whether, if you're listeningto and ND, this is, where you you know, basically unsuscribe gone um but um. What I wanted to talk about,there's a lot like I said before, and this- and this is one of the reasonswhy I was kind of in a situation whete. I was thinking alone about I've, beenthinking a lot about life and situation of the word and the universe and andthere's no other way for me to actually get into this without actually GIV,giving some sort of a context. RIHT I for a very long time. My only goal inlife to be is to do something significant rightand to do something significant in a sense where I make a impact on the wordthat lasts for many many many years. So after I die people still remember me,as my name Hilin about me and history classes or whatever right. It's kind ofselfish in along term sense, if you think about it, but I don't necessarilywant te fame per se, but I want to do something significant Um, but anyway, so would tat an Ono Wat'. Thereason for that is it tit's, obviously internal, but is ITT's, obviously notfor the money because you're genuine about it. It's about something else.It's about like leaving AU legacy or Izabet, making someone Patat lencture. I thinkI was Asin Amish,...

...it's probably Doin, MNA and OMO level.I guess people get. I remember this is this is how I this is h. This is how Iall got started on t it. I remember I had ad a major accident and I'm surewe've talked about this, I one of the previous episodes and when, after that accident, Iremember everyone sort of just coming to be there for me and Iwas. I cal thisfeel incredible bi I was like Oly Shit, I'm I'm so like I felt like. I had onceagain won the lottery that everyone tsay you. Would there pretty much a youere there pretty much every day you know good old, messy Shallom to MewaSherol in Naan, were you nineteen ite Yeh Nintan Yeh yeah, and I o Asis Talasthwhat. You call the Real AG o these Ay ee EA MAK in go free thatd, be a longlist, that'l be a list down. membere lay! No! You know a D and I talgkd to myself. Iwas like okay. I need to start doin and do things I realized, and I was likeman, people a e, actually I'm wontyd Gatin Herati for a while. By the way, ' I've been wanting to talk Bo. Thiswowhile and you know Loklan was you know, for people who don't know ourfriendship and y know. We were friends were awid before that we met in highschool, but locumwas Tdere pretty much every day and like I never had a doubtthat we were best friend but that'. Just gonjus cemented that for me that Iwas like well, I think we're like pretty much. You know if there'sanything I wan to say bloodbrother, but I don't think even that even mattersbecause what's there's no real difference between you know blood,brother and uh, you know um any sort of situation right, umit's,just one of those beautiful things in them. Everyone's there right S, and Ilearned I was lik well. First of all, humans are really nice. We care abouteach other. I need to keep that in mind because much as at times, people seemShitry Theye, not always that shape right. Hemans are inherently nice andwe care about each other. Second thing was iws like well. I need to dosomething Nice for people and I started doing little things for people and Iremember it, starting with a Coffee Cup right, I once Wererat all or Brown inMontu right in back in the back of the days right, and I took the Coffee Cupback to the to the person who made be the coffeeand I and that person just smiled right and I was like and then they werereally happy, because no one had ever done that put the coffee cutback. I waslike hold o the Fuckin thenet hold on the facking minute. This is what, inincredible, is this good hol? I could feel if I do something nice or peopleyeand, then, all of a sudden it became about doing those things for people,but I did realize I did realize. I can't change me as a single personcan't change the word. But what H T I, what I decided? What I would do isperhaps change a life or one person or two person, or maybe three right andthose people could go on to change lifes of other people. That's how mythat's, how I started working towird, and that became my driving thing and Ithink m twue reasons. I've Drien fromit is probably that's the only thing thatactually gets me really excited 'cause then I'm like, oh maybe, thes self, isthe fact that I think, or you know, I'm the one who's doing this something good.You know it makes me feel better about myself and you know selffish as a sound.That's exactly the reason and I'm surewhatever I is rigt. So that'sreally only the reason why I'm agreemin to do anything in life right, insteam,it's noher, snoway it selfish B. It's like it's! Why people, when you know whenpeople talk about me, deat experiences, they talk about touching death or evenwhen people lose someone that they're close to they find a certain sort of understanding within their own livesand they sort of find a little bit of clarity im in certain areas and thingsthat are important to them. And then, when Youve said that aboutwhat you went through t, sixteen forty and you told about sort of me beingthere for yo every day like that someing. That will look back onprobably for the rest of our lives and the reason. Why will be brothers forthe rest of our lives? 'CAUSE, that's. I know exactly that. Something Ye dofor me. So for me to be, there wasn't even a question of when like what? Howmany times can I go there? It's like it's, not a question of like what dayam I going to go it's like how many times can I go? When can I fil it inlike? When can I be there? You Know Si yeah, yeah and n exactly right and Tthat wasn't e l to Mayeah that Aleg that sother leads too yeah anyway. WhatI meant was like that s kind of I think, where you've kind of found a lot oflike you, noticed different things in your lives. You noticed how that madeyou happy and help helping other people made. You feel so it's interesting thatnee death, like that sort of brings, that, on with a new sense of directionlike this to something bout: Death that for a lot of people, just change theway they look at all other things or dewith relationships, wor, even like Free Path like I've. Theyeven spoken about. I'm sorry spoken to people that has happened to and watchthelon ship and one of my best mates growing up was one of those guys, asame sort of thing. It didn't happen, ee gym, but he hadpenouher Hebuypartied too hard and tried to go back...

...to work too quickly. But that's anotherstory for another day he's a bad bad man that is good, Bu, but m. What doyou think it is about death, said Jestiti. Think I think it's aboutperspective. That's what that's what it is. I think once you realize theweakness and and the- and I don't say that likely whenI's a weekless, why I take a take us, take er eighteen, I think maybeeighteen eighteen was I nineteen. I can't evn remember how one nine an yetBA nineteen wrighe te e year, O the man or Likeey Osye, to take an nineteenyear old who, who has been basically been sort of show or being fou just hadfound out that I', I'm afraid to do what I want with my life M. I'm I'm fit,I'm a K. Ow I've got the capacity to do so. Many things in my life and all of Iden you're discovering so many things about yourself and the first formfreedom, Ano, moo kind of Mei. Sorry go ahead. All at you finish, you feelinvincable M and when that bubble breaks with something like that- and Ithink you realize first of all, you're, not invincible,and you start realizing how blessed you are to have any of that stuff. 'causeall of a sudden money was briefly taken away from you for, in my case he wasbriefly taken away from me. Obviously, you know there are still things thatare, for example, you know where my m, one of my right eye, is weaker than myleft eyes because of my surgery that I had the point is I you w? I know people who would thinkabout that. Who'd go. Oh My. You know. What's a point of life, actually we, asI coli better, get the best news on my remaining to see everything I can youknow: Poi Pap, O get a disability pension as well, but o be Aei, but nowyyou did right, Bulikeit's, just it's like in Awak, because we were always big dreamers.Donie, like big drainers, an high scol. We used Tan talk, tetalk, we gotinvested in if thes things like we dreamed about that kind of that lifeafter high school. So when you know you were Kindof just busy bloody, exploringnew things and just trying to leave life to the follest every day, and thenit gets cut away from her hundred percent and I think what I thought I was living the life tothe fullest and I didn't actually realize until I wasn't leaving the lackto the fullest of Wat believing the life o, the fullest man. You kN W- andI have this thing that I always say too and I mostly say to carentspormeparesis yourer Te. No, I said Ocwell what it is about. Youlow is like.If you have one life, you better make it worthwhile a d when I say worthwhile,you MT worthwhile for yourself and other people and- and I wuld use thisexample and R. I know we mentioned this in the portcast before when you thinkabout your, what your life has been or the past or the memories you've hadright. You don't remember your memories as the twenty fifth of June twenty fifth of June, two thousand andthree or twenty fifth of June two thousand and eleven. You don't rememberthat. You remember the days that I remember that one time that we snuckout and did that crazy thing, and we did this thing and we di Actin- and youknow we remember the time we heldd some old guy or whatever rihe. Those are thethings that we remember Yo, K and I'm sure th we've got so many stories thatwere meburk n. You would remember the date and unless you were some psychopatwho remembers the Exactaton, the Timeamagin, no you doit Rigt, so Mi W.It's we thing for me. If it's related to at U F C, I can remember the dateexact day and then I can relate it to my life andthen I can figure out what I was doing it the time. So it's a littit's beeinteresting, that's noreally feel what Usyu likeyeaeexactly right. Well,that's that's also true in a lot of ways. So it's interesting but Um, we N,there's probably some stuff that we would filter off talk about off hareand then you know bring back on but H, there's Um, there's heaps of goodmemories, but I think we need to be a little bit older to talk about em likeI think some of them are like that. You know what I mean: Li Ave ben tol TEPAwhen I was fifteen sixteen pretty easily, but twoan an twenty one. StiLik or I just lived t thos seter a ithink. Those those memories aresometimes better left between us as well, because we gotta have stuff aswall, and I think those kind of stuff are really good to have as well,because you remember what not to be because SOM, you know everyone can showyou what to be. You always got to learn what not to be because it's it's aprocess of elimination. Anathis was a long winded out, ther turned and leftin the rip. An nother left a M to bring food circle back to what I wasoriginally saying. I Wante to talk about something controversial. Thereason I gave you that whole spiel was to say, because I really want the wordto be a better place for M for myself or my kids for my friends, kid, myfriends and my parents and my sit siblings and my anone in general rightand that's what my goal is, and I will...

...if I die trying to make a word betterplace. I think my soul would be peace or I Bena Ha iould be happy dying right.I would have no regret if I died trying. U So that Ha Li, a testing up, that'sexactly how you need to be thinking right, like it's benefit like you needto be living your life that way for sure Y 'cause 'cause! It's likechanging the word is not onet. It's like I can't say next week, I'll changethe word and it won't be. Like one big thing: It's I well! It's done now. Itdoesn't stop. If you are willing to k ine on ways like you, while e inkWhatav, you told yourself whatever your messages, Yo gove to yourself, hunr, ahundred percent and I think I's really important. That's a whole theconversation about like manifestation, an your topic of your reality N. getting to the point, there's been alot happening to the word and that's why I was really thinking abouteverything. My choice is who I was in a person and how I've treated it. Peopleand FO circl when to go back and SA I tosany figure. criminating did Yo, go backtoteago, delat, sobsn, SOM, stuff right out of the side,okaythere's a lot happening in the world right now, there's so much pain.You Go chronofwis going on with the black life moments coming into, andthat's what I wanted to talk about with this long spthe reason I want to regivethat pl is not because I'm not trying to offend anyone. It's because Iwouln't recet the seme to say where I'm coming. Where e we coming from right. Iremember inpossibly in the last episode you talked about not wanting to offendpeople and that's a hundred percent who you are inside so yeas ont ye. You saidit before. I remember I'm not. I don't want to not infrendpeople because I'm afraid that you I'll hur your feeling is because I justgenerally don't want to hurt people right because they kan of you know. I Idon't want to hurt you and I don't care what you think about me,but I don't want to hurry. That's that's how I see o right and you know if, in you know, youropinions and your experience are Youre very on and very unique to you and Imay never understand how some people feel. So that's why I I'm very of whatI say, but I don't give a shit what you think about me AC. I can't e B. Don't do much andthat's a good way to Yo life. So anyway they saipen up the blankets. I Ta ye IDo a tracker th Ar Black Life metter moment. That's been a big tri. If mayhappen, allover Australia, there were rallies. You Know Ralis in Australia.You know some may say it's Bak, the CORNA wire second way, but you knownone Ta, like that's Aother, point n, the point it it's beet a huge issue andwe have natur as Anna where you live it. It was using Mellins, memin, centralcity. So basically, regardless of wher, you are a lot of my friends were thereand it was huge. I thin. I don't remember exactly, but I think T it wasonoly. Ten thousand people who showed up so that was big in Australia, obviouslyhuge in America, with everything going on just Mya, my abso Egan population.You know population. Basically, the whole word has sort of flipped on itshead and has it ID started. Looking at this tracial, you know how thetaticalGit to them right and- and I wanted to give my thoughts on thatand and for people who will say well. What are you saying? First of all, Iwant to be geaclly Inmbroud, so I semosis you're apfyou're a beautifulcaramel, nd nd. I don't, I don't think I'm racis at all in any sente right. Ihave friends who are all the colors and Al. The colors of the spectrum bright Band Tingn Allcolo of the spectrum and Um what I realized it was like. Okay,first of all, it's really fucked with everything how how wot of things arethey're talking about right, if police are generally cargeing people based ontheir color. That's crazy right! That's far, and I accept the fact that is thatissue rate there's always been an issue, but the issue has been more of a macroissue and we're looking at a microproblem. That's a whole otherlevel, and sometimes you need to look at the microto fix a macro issue. I Um, but the problem that I want to talkabout was people's reaction and how people have been jumping up and down,which is good, because I want everyone to be involved in it as well, becauseeveryone needs to stay infor, something Um and if cause, everyone will standfor something, that's how will make change, but what I realized was in the in themidst of all this. There were a bunch of people who took this as aopportunity to get the maximum social cudes and those are the people that Ihave a problem with and Um. There's people actually know personally, whohave basically jumped up and down gotten into the Black Lick MaterMovement and started. Saying all these things and in fact one particularperson gave me a lecture about it. 'cause I replied to historial Nitegar,I say: Well, I canonly agree and teen JP jumped up and down as the'r like ll,you don't understand. I was like I cin of do, but Y. U, what I wanted to say was. I was like aproblem with Yo as a person who is...

...getting excited about AU cause becauseyou may get Social Cotosa out of it. It's actually the problem. Most of these things exist in life inin life. It's because of so much contradiction in society and Yo K. Ow you may be jumping up and downin May probably even help the movement, but in the long run, is doing moredamage than actually solving social problems right. You know, as as societywill need to become more effective at solving out problems, both social andeconomical, and actually you know things like global Womi and all thosethings right. We need to become more effective. Tho Keybord is effective,not oficion, because efefficiency would be trying to fix upon quick as possible.We want to get rid of problems completely, so we to Ma to people wholl never get reaeproblems, because we him, as we create polms in Yugthe, you knowyr, directingit that the police in a lot of cases and those that's sort of in the main, Iguess driving point for a lot of it, and then people have gone on to saylike it's just better. If we take away resources from a lot of the policeforce, the way that they systematically profile and do these sorts like racialprofiling and just these sort of policies and procedures that existwithin the work wit iexist within the law, I guess and just a certain type of people, thetype of people that are in the police force. Currently at the moment, I thinkthey need to do better. Psychological evaluation potect, particularly after,like twelve months and two years and five years of being in the force, evenlike physical, like it's difficult to get in, but I mean think about veryonce you're exposed to that sort of life like if there's corruption and that sort ofthing around you like things, are going to happen. So I don't even know thepolicies and whatever else in the? U S! I hardly comment U on that inparticular, but over there seems to be a real problem, and do you know whocalling Cap Init is? No, I don't so. He was a former and Ifelt player he ne for the protest he played for the San Francisco. Fortynine is never tame in on L A and he um he nailed for the ANSEM and shortlyafter that he wasn't paying in the NFL anymore. So that's one example that people leadto and what he spoke about was pulice brutality. So it was not so much peoplefocused on humors a person in what he'd done in mistakes and all that sort ofthing and the fact that he was also- and this is I mean to Sa axticious whathappened. He was rogrew up in a really dangerous and Um, like an environmentthat way his parents couldn't take care of him, so he was adopted. He wasadopted by a white family in America. I don't know exactly where, but in awhite family. So in African American kid that grow Upbein, a white familythat adopted him MSO. If someone knows whats, he would be out of see bothsides of the argument because he can see being raised in this oneenvironment and he can easily you know hes friends at school in thosesort of things yeah. His Friendship Group would havebeen a lot of African American Kis because he would have been a relate tothat morn in a lot of way. So he got to see both sides of it and he stood upand he tried to say something about it. Just because and he's getting paid.Fifteen men dollrs eman, so it really doesn't affect him, but he put so muchon the line and he was sort of you know he was castout in Lott of ways like heprobably was under good enough player, so the reseway e wasn't playing anymore s 'cause. He wasn't at that Spandar anymore, but in the media andjust socially people persecuted him me instead of listeningto what he was saying and it's just a way, O the police. Sorry, this is along ranom wind as well, but the way the police Um do a lot of things in the. U S is justracist. I mean it is what it is. It happens too often the problem is AE hundred percent there.Why? The problem is there and and that's that's- The problem is hugeright. The problem is Yuge th racism exist, nor denying it and it's Bein-and it's not just it's not just racism against Bla. You know black peopleperse this racism, inherenting every culture and it's getting better. I think even thefact that we can talk about. It is a whole another level, but you knowtalking about Pekistan quickly in Pakistan. Right people are looking if,if normally right, I'm I'm actually I'm not sure I'm inporing the mid turn ofcolors riht, my my younger sister she's, actuallyquite light. QRIGHT and people go Ol, She's light and she th. She looked up,Onis more beautiful, because She's light Er skin and so racism is inherentand it's it's it's it's ing the pact that exists and Um- and you know I knowpeople- and this is I'm talking- Abo Bacx on te culture and because speiallythe reason I talk about. That is because I know I'm from that cultureand normally, as the other side Youe being on there, especially if you'reyou know fighting for racism. You'd.

Look at this society of. Let's talkabout Pakistanis, you look at them as the ones that are oppressed right, butum or ye right, andtire or everyther. Well in society right. A hol to thesemovement exist outside of an noon is up bing, jumping up and down in Pakists,yeah I'll tall, a society. You think that Bakini culture is, you know,basicaly oppress, actually they're they're doing theyre as oppress as muchas they do in the oppression of like they're, actually loking at people,they're literally looking in the same family peop. I know people who would gohey. My younger son is too dark, so you know he's the useless one yo c. WhatIlive? I don't know. I don't understand a lot of packspaistanic culture. Soit's hard for me to know for sure, but that's that's incredible way so thatthat's happens, soteeet the way the Ti we can have that. But you know what itis. What it is is education doesn't happen in my family right. My family,like you, know, m doest, never ha as happened my family, my family. 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China is doingsome Dodgy Shar I mean if they're going to come, AFF CR US Leer, let them Flo.They have the resources and they're doing it. GSTR they're doing it thesmart way. 'cause we've got smart laws where the? U S is a little bit. Sometimes they get a bit crazy. Sopeople exploit a lot better like t y. What they did is they just you knowoutsource. Ninety. Seven percent of e medical supply in the? U S, I e thinkabout that ship ro and it's all so so you it's! You talk about Cornalwise,being a tread TDER. I say China could be one put you know, I don't know thatwell, B, t where did I know Ho ever like to thing about it? That's crazy,like this is the only thing that's made me question everything else. I can ushonestly understand both sides. Okay, there was one one thing that happenedin in rmchina in Wihan, in the lab from the lab. I was spoken about for a longtime and did it exist and they found out it. I existed. Where is it it'snear? A hot spot shall be Chun Ip down at got shut down. 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They Ha for what of a reason they made it strong darlike andthen it got out and then just now spread again and a lot of internationaltrouble, those out of China, so that's kind of where it goes from there, thedetails of in a Supercheti. So that's why you can't. I can believeeverythings that you buddy watching, read and listen to Yo and that sort ofthing and but when legit people a e saying it like it makes you thinks likeElon most, you know he's a Sawage ind, a lot of ways and a lot of scientistsand like thees, a Gn Joeragans podcast. He was in his a Dinsese researching that's kindof his careers. His life's passion is to research diseases and figure outwhere they're coming from how to stop him incuring and that sort of thing. Sohe said that too. So it's crazy beath. So it's I'm sorry, I just didn'ttang withthe entire pod cast, but it's liehow. I relates to try and an how that's Afret,with en this closing but aten the day en. 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We I didn't. I've had a very easy life.My parents were loving. My parents gave me everything. I were needed and, to behonest, they get me education and I'm still lacking and I'm go dear. I sayI'm probably luckier than most other people, she gol scar or your inkner.You have to be underploish, but sometimes you have to be because you'reBrown, I'm like chiling Sa Brown, but you know you you're colored, I'm, likee H, I was like Da. I say that I'e been moreprivileged than somewhite people. It was you know. Sometimes I do ee likeI've been riing up Astralia like Aven, we INASTRAA THA people that we l onetime that I dentinally saw. Racism in your life was a certain person that weknew from when we need eleven. So it was sixteen sevent eigh and then therewas the incident on the basketball courts and he was just a flat out pulyand he fiin go on in his own D, But even Ho he noced high school years.That was still some racesship. So you don't like don't Ser youself short bythat's rel hat sixteen sevente years of age. That's sort of thing happening,that's your entire world! So it's still significant. You know h it maybe as Omsomeone else to say and not for you to believe, because you don't want to livewith that sort of thought. I guess you knats, probably something but um likeyou, definitely went through some ship. I felt like I had to say that anyway,just 'cause ab absolutely, but I think that theres there's a mixture betweenjust being kids being dumb as well o I I was dumeqally as anyone else right.So there is that level, so toside Tey, soryyea yeah, there's two sides to aveevery story and that's what I want othat's. What actually brings me to thepoit right, what I'm saying I and I'm being honest here. There's there's beentimes where you MA Y: U Maythink it! Pesmon MI, like you know, Y A hundredpercent. There were some racism, thee and the they mas. You know thedifferences in the school. I could have said. 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You need to do things and y understand why you do something is themost important thing if you're going to stand for something if you cant startfor racism, Fakyea stand for Ricism, because racism, as has caused a lot ofproblems in the society. But what I wan to say is it's importantthat disposition that predisopposition need to be fixed, but it's importanthow we pix it there's a really good example and um a while ago. This isback in the days my Genele morters was a big company ride and they went toJapan right. They went to Japan to observe how they went through the manufacturingprocess Um, so they go to the Japan, the so the basically the assombld line,the like Okicococ Waspin Tis. I think you might be Toyda so jounl anlment to toy it up and what what genemoder notice eell at the end, whenwe make our CAS, we bwe get a rubber mallet and we lock the doors in to seeif the fit and to the j, Japanese engineers and thenJapanesethey said to the Japanesse engineer. How come you guys don't dothat? They say they were very confused and they said well its because wedesign it to fit and th guys ere. Like I wellwhat O, you mean 'cause. What hashappened was clarly Getlemois had designed thei ndose to fit properlyjust try to fix the problem with the hemmer little yet inglee engineering.You know I love dealing right, it's unbelievable and Jopim like these APS.What are you talking about? What are you thinking about like, and this is atrue story- and this is actually comes from this- Is there's I think, there's abook about it. I forgot which book it was about engineering. So so that's afact like if you think about that's what we're doing with society. If we'regoing to try to fix problems with a mallet or Ruba Mellow or a Hammer, wertis Goinna, we're not going to fix a predisposition, we're goin. No justwe're GOINTO try to adjust, and it's almost like you said you try to fix,try to pull the door in with the Rubber Mallet because, hopefully ofpead I marfate. Youl get the same result, but the problem is that door won't be aturableas the Japanese door for, in that particular scenario or same thingwithout society won't be as durable. Our problem solution won't be assustainable because if you take one problem and cause another problem rightnow, everyone's wroting Abo Um- I don't know if you guys know thit- is one ofthe biggest problems than we R atte lasting with out pod cast. We justneed to keep talking with topics you're covering good topics now, but if youhave a good idea, go if cause IV got a good idea of just what you said thereI'll. Let you finish Ra, but I'm about to finish this stopicg anyway. So whatI want to say black, like matter of movement, I support it. I think ricismshould cease to exist what I'm wint to say, but you cannot and especially keepin mind people who are punishing H, people of my generation, whether theybe white. So the reason I said, people O my generation White Rit, keep in mind.They are normally not at fault. A lot of this disposition came from years ago.You know most of my friends. Were you know, white are never you know notraces whatsoever. They actually, you know theythey're very good people thatpretdisposition exists from a very long time ago. So got some people tat people,some Slak. We understand. There's a problem less address the problemtogether, andless no fucking, you know jumpin each other throats because wetry to fix a problem with another, creating another problem. So just I'mGOINTA end the they that's what I want Ayi the last one isdon' packing do something for social cudos. Don't stat up a black like MoD.If Marror don't stand up FA BLACK LAK matter movement, because you're Gon,You'e Gon to be treated as or this person is cool because they stand upfor this movement because itis packing training on Tuter NBA. You, if you dothat, that's it God ow to you and bow an tire perfectly. What was Um. 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...second time yeah. So essentially like t the protestlike in one way like they need to be leagael in e society that weedly een,because people need to they seer that something's going on. They need to havethe right to do stuff but m like not do stuff, but you know protest in a way that doesn't cause anycivilin rest than is inviolent or dangerous. Like that's part of t,that's kind of what's going on in Melburne a little bit, so I don't knowis that l do you have any thoughts on that? That's kind of interesting like Idon't know what sort of does that cross the line of? U impeding on our societyand allowing this great cause to blossom? Or does that Crate Li? Obviously we need to put it off, or dowe not put it off what happens of we put it off or you Lan to change thelegal system to to you know, bring it off so well, because the black, likemearow movement, is so pbut. The thing is because when something has publicattention it just becomes almost becomes so powerful and that groupmentality becomes so powerful that there's no stopping it right. So thegovernment, once you get a pubblic together, jumping up and down, there'snot stopping that public. There's no way to stop it, but you can't do I meanthe only thing you could do. The last result is militize the country, butChessis H, ow. You won't do it because then you know the whole ion hangin o m, so aen e Heh that were at the borderof Quens Landkeso. We're trying to do we fines right now.I think, like fining you know, is kind of going to be tes. SMART strategeecause people don't want to pay money, particularly in a time where a lot ofpeople a jobs, you don't want, be paying a massive fone. But if there'sten thousand people they like, as you sai like, what are you going to be ableto do w? What are you going to do, and this is that's actually very powerful,and this is this is what I say to people a lot of the problems that exist.I said if you R an O, fix a problem. There's a solution. You can jump up. You put ten thousend to people together.You can fix any problem, but the point is t the es it'. I get why everyone would want todo it now, because its cot public eye at the moment it's got major pulicattention. It makes sense to do it now, but it's a very dangerous stamt becauseall of a sudden you're putting the whole society at risk of sepreading. These bars that couldthe problem is, you know, let's say Owell will be careful, but w we're allstaying at home at in Victoria a the viseis spreading. You know. So what is the chances of they've talkedabout how it's friends, I don't know the exact Detais, but clearly spreas,very fast endnow, you, you start protesting in ten thousand people. Whatis this going to cause a problem? And so many people are saying well,everyone's going to the shops, yeah you're right, they are going to theshops. That's Y, a hundred percent you're right, but it's if we're doing something to fix aproblem to only create another problem. Um. I don't know what h what t I see both sides- I I don't know if Ican give a conclusion on that prese but I' feel like Ito'd, be dangerous and itwould be dangerous and almost almost criminal tog criminal to put thewhole society at risk based on one political issue that you're trying tocorrect yeah. That's why for us to get a pespective if that side would betalking to someone who actually goes to protest and participates like that y? U N W! That would beinteresting because they will get that pespective of like. What's like. Weknow one perspective of government in Mor makers than owhat needs to be done.Throughour society. We need to tell a lot of people. Do this one thing 'cause?If everyone goes to the beach and socializes, then even though you're notgoing to catch in the beach, but when you go out from the beach you go andyou go to the coffee shops, you know you do all that sort of thing. So Weifwe sort of don't stop. These protests now can become anything, but it's Um.It's just hard. I think it's hard for us to give an example and lwhat thatfeels like, but I guess we can only provide our point of view, and I agreewith you. I thigr it's like it justneeds to Poblnene to wait. You know, but we need OBE, obe, Itan Las, so notto weep it on the rug and in twenty twenty. When technology rooms, the welland everything comes into a newcil daily and things are changeingconstantlyme we can't forget, and that brings thatectully brings meto something new, which is funny actually funny. You say that right. That brings me- and this is this- iswhy I keep saying that people are doing this for social curos. Few months ago we had the huge problemof you know the hour: Half a cou, half the world orbeing on fire right. You know you had the amazone forest being on fire, thenit's incredibly crazy, crazy, crazy, catastrophic Taustrophic, wise inAustralia, UN and everyone's talking about globalwarming, which is incredible and then in Avagoni, Thawas caneded to Aspan theRed Cross in thos sort of places for the Fire Ahill N, I'm not Sur huge Lakcelebrise got into a lit massive, like twenty thirty forty fify million dollardonations from celemities through...

...public fundraising and the nations, andthat sort of thing s anyway. That's a diffet different thing,but itis to Menwot Ihad, but that's interesting. How? How? What way is thatso the money Goin? Well, no ones talking about the whole tase wit, askthe trap under the rug. Now we moved on through the next problem, which is theblack lack Menimomon, which is important, that's wall. What I'm sayingis there has to be a middle ground where we mediate these tings. May Wekeep the problems. The problems are: Live o weave, Propi apon. It's not likea promise gone, it's more like th. All of the sudden, you know the country'sall good. A all of a sudden goble warning is gone. No, it's not like that.We still have to think about that, but we have a new problem. There, Horfocusing all that's o public attention right now. Our public attention isequalet accurded to the attention of a seventeen year old who's, justdiscovered paebool AC AV a liable mind to gon crazy Ay Foino, it's just allbouncing all over the place. Everything's dog. I think we said thatbefore too everything's new everything a on not the was mart Bo miht wereunder if you ire weal, Hav othing, Ot acisyer. If you keep changing yourthoughts and then they match up we're doing some AA and to pinish tt, that's a huge problemthat, because we just move on to one problem, because we we're not solvingone problem and we' not even giving up we just sort of like next one next wontright, there's so much going on and there's so much pain in society, and I think we all need to start withourself and it it changes win it. It changes wit, it changes with becomingmore becoming more aware and having thatbetter perspective, I think that's that's the teme of the Pok Gad and it'simportant. I whanc. We start seying those things e. each person can do thatgood one person catch yourself when you're looking at someone differentbecause of their color. Stop that Shid get that shit ou of EW system. You knowstop yourself when you're UNYOU know unintentionally hurting the planet byprinting five hundred pocking papers, Tokebo that strod so maig times. You know those kind of things and tofinish it off the latest problem that everyone stopd jumping up and downabout on social media. His billionaire Shu and exist and there's been one pot c one SocialTebro, an socialas. It happens when it's when politics, inso Siietis happenthroughout history. If you don't learn and understand history, your test,interrepate itself hundred percent and someone was saying Willian, theyshouldn't exist and what I said to them- and I said: Okay e IC well they've gotall the money 'cause, it's true, you know Iwoul top hundred billionaires orsomething like that, have more money than the you know, n eighty percent ofthe society. It's true when I was ion oe, so something something crazy likethat right. But what I want to say- and I had a really good example- righe. Solet's say JEC BESWAS is Goraly. Um Jefas is the richest person in theworride. I think I's go roughlly nit worth or one reee by got some money offthe marriage and she became like the richest lady in the world just from themarriage too, the ve e. yes, how do you know how much was thetotal budget for the jobkeeper in Australia? No UH? Let me just look thatup. While you get Boggi Si job, caper or Seka EOM tede things, the Sepseekermight be even more Oky, a hundred n thirty billion. Thisis really good by this is really grateous name S. hundred an thirtybillion dollars was on job secret, the government subsidy to basically keeppeople employed under the employees right. That was a hundred and thirtybillion Lik Rokan Weberfi and the reason I want to give you I want togive you perspective here Rit. This is really impoant, always pespective, sojobkeeper was hundred thirty billion dollars and what that meant was thatwould keep you know, subsisdie. Seventy percent of the JOBWHO AR emtives anepeople who had lost the jobs right Um. I think, roughly, I don't know theexact number, how many people go it buthing roughway! It's around one point:TWO MILLION DS, one point: R, maybe less wride, something like that right, not that many people, so that meansright. We go one hundred thirty billion dollars spread among us, whetwe havethe money and I bein Ino people. People have been getting that money forroughly, let's say if I get the money right and what the fuck am I going todo with total seven thousand dollars. What have I done? I'ved, nothing, whatI'm saying Tis? What? If you know I've done nothing, and you know the nextperson who gout that'. You know five thousand dollars, six thousand dollarsor ten cousand or whatever Ih and the jobs ar be apart from you, paying yourrent and all that sub whatavr. You really done nothing but Sinon. If JAPAShad that money he's working building rockets, space exporation, he can dothat to further. This is line on Scol Hemust, quite isobetin EMAC PA e Roit Jpeses is doing it as well Y. I a Otin Blue Oraaobot, thisesgin good.He Sot a company called blue origin and that's all bout pace. EXPERAI Y on blueorigin, hedly SBLUE origin, like Oridacsobasical, as in the slanet cause. Our...

...planed is blue as an our origin. IsBlue Blue origin so he's using that money to build space, admiration and H,possibly give Ou society so give Hou a raise a chace to live past this plaerand Youre saying that he shouldn't exist. That doesn't make sense to me.You know 'cause you're, saying by actually seasing for the billionairetosis we all of a sudden. We are 'cause. Those are the people who make thosethings happen you and I don't. Hopefully we will hopeful. We will befor thos people who do thet tainon their own H, t in our own way. Itdoesn't have your own wage Bu. What I'm saying is with Gorge Bunsh Yeah, withthe money spread out. Equally, we get to make less. We get to make lesschanges in society. Yes, so everyone will eat good, but youknow what Wilsl happene everyonell just spendng around gambling and go drinkingand go to clubbing. That's what will happen and we'll spend it all, and thecycle will just keep on repeating. We won't Lo at space of Paton, ING, thenPout of society. That KINDOF goes back to that socialist idea and that's whereit comes from it's about a quality and but if you look at, I guess the mostextreme form of socialism, its ECOS in China Buk. You know it's inChina, so im spacing on the world. I don't know why. I make their politicalsystem when COMMUNISN COMMUNISTA OI Oman, so everyone honea has that maxmumfhreshold, but then y. u that's what you're able to get away with payingpeople whatever nou and people are. You know theres very lumum, nowbe Lik inportion, but e PAS s. If you want to live in that society, Maet Bas mostexists because that's someone who's just pushed it to the extremise TralHes absolutel best, you know, elonmoskin those type ofpeople, Witchin Granson, like virgin from a mobile phone to a plain company,those type of people like the absolute thereall enplowers, not the realinfluences, not these bony Insagram by Hinos. The Rel Ho contributes te thepeople that have pushed in Wich. It's not going to happen in that society. SoI just don't think we can't. You know I'Msurl you're great with me. We can'tlive in Thi Society War, you Knowlik a Beis O thin T. it's also life like life,she's, not faring a lot of ways and it might be a harsh reality. But truth,life is not fair and don't don't get yourself trapped in the victimmentality. That life is not far don't ROK. Lick is no ay a hundred percentand will never be fair, but you can make the most of it you canmake most of what you have Nife is not fair and don't et Youstelf in 'cause.If you get pin the Tominoflax, of course that's no far, I don't know whoto who sad the like would be fair. I mean lifes. No far from you know, onceagains predisposition of life, it's not fair. You O't to be watchd, O manyfarry tiers as e Kid. Do you reconion Wato many and that's where K A lot ofIFEE like LR lot of this disposition in life actually comes from Vratis andpeople watch too many movies. That's why? If people want to move, kids wantto move to America and all these things right, I think that's a tolpic to this gastver Tim Yeah AF getting TOA baby, but it's just, but it's also, you want tolive in socity way, bartime Sbie day what people got like Mie Tison he'sfifty foot yeas old, but he coming back to fight again make e. He Wante, youknow, he's he fougt in the most underprivilege. He lived in the mostuneprivilentic circumstances in in Brooklyn in New York, like he washomeless at twelve eleven, then in his age, eating out of a trash tree and soe someone who took that and put it into boxing and became Tho beages athlete inthe world for Nothig a lot of years. You want to live in that society. Youknow what I mean you want to live in, that society he's an extreme ebut he'sY in love, the MICTISAN sorr its unlabel, so likeis, good nes life isnot fair. Burk life is designed for the the nomalies y bean. unnormally be theexception to the rule. Then youl get everything. It's it's actually. No!It's not it's not hard to be the exception to the rule. If you reallythink about it and all the rules are pretty simple, the t just means youhave to work out for it. Most of the problems in our society come from isthe fact that all we're saying is why do have to work so high to get x? Itits always saying you know, I know alot of. I am me too. I all of us complain about how expensive house prices are right. Eis, like wekin for e pous, because our parents, our baby boom as wacked, it up sure they did right, but also don't lesnow forget about the part how they had to go through. They didn't have R. Likeyou know, their Medicare system wasn't ad advance. A lot of them died atyounger age aloa on Ham. All these problems. We don't have those problems.We have different set of problems. You know we can't afford a house. Of courseyou can avord a house. Wokan work work, a hundred Hollars a day hundred dollarsa week, you'll e find anyon or what I at's Amo. So, if you, if you think lifeis not fair, just be the exception to the rule, live an design, it...

...eeample brother, it's a perfectexamplet is Tatson as those guys work when, like R Musan pay to eightynineies hundred and ten hours talking about some wets, it's like what, ifYoud FID, that by seven days, that's like in on that's fourteen O, know:Fifteen our DAS BU unbelieble work n the work rt work full circle, it allcomes back to porspective as to you, UTO thats, theNAMBER UPONCAS perspective potential work. That's right! That sounds good,perfect love! It P. We Wa LEPAT WEP B, Babe nothin h by aont perspecive, that's pretty good! Atthe end of the day, we all have to start with orderthing ouself. I guesswhich is really funny, because I getting into a business word and I'vebeen so lucky enough to hang roun with these businesses and I'll learn thesethings. Bu Ai, learn this incredible thing that in business everyone wrote abusiness plan allike that en tosee. Why are people riting business plans rightclearly because they don't want to fail right sounds like? Oh I'm going towrite the plan for life and I wrote a personal management lant and I wroteout all the things thatw. My weakness is the funny thing about people is whenthey go to write down things for themselves: they're, not honest on it.They're like al. No, I don't need to work on that much.I was like licocking one hundred percent orense. I broke down my year,so I wrote up a year plan for this year and I broke down my year in core, so Isaid in e first quarter like first time second and Therti, but I wantnt achievein those certain things wel. My one of my fourth sterm achievement was at mywork for myself. E ended up happening in the PRISTOW. The boy was was day andI was like I'm going to write a plan, and then you write a plan t en youfigure out how much you have to work and you do the work and then thingshappen. You got ta become aware of yourself. Ithink that's. The mareness is important, half perspective that, despite the factthat you might have to work harder, you can have the same things as ASE, keepin mind. Jeff Ezo comes from single mother and he wasn't rich. Hewas come from in pretty poor family and UM. He used to work at McDonalds,nothing too incribible and you want to take a bit away from him because he'srich now is a self made billioaire. It is what it is an I think it is. Oneis hat to be a way to wrap it up, but that's thist what it is, meand, that'swhat that'sthat's him he's just a great example of everything that you rtalking about, because it's just for him, it's just what he did man he hadto do it. I didn't have to do it, but I guess hedid it and that's what he fuckin achieved and that was his life. Thatsort O. that's Ho. You Ho im speak alote like it. Theway he talks. Ma'n he's just understand why the guys, where he is he lieveItstheit's, not that he had to do it. He wanted to do it and he didn't now. Ithink that's the important thing if you want to do it, it's how bad you want it.It's eight peaks about eighty wee on it. She goeslovy to you b. What is it he'sgot me for some hard Shi e, I'L Auh. That's so sure, what's his court, thathe says you when you were to succeed as bad asis you wan to Prave San successful there's another one he said and whichis the make able it's like I cani will. I must thi is one that I remember and e saidUm. It was Oh yeah, that's right! Y kN, W A paynpain will ast a moment, a second a minute or even a year, but eventuallyit will subside and something else will take his place. I something put if youquit that will last wherever the last M that wll Aas likeincredible things andwhat he also says. You know if you are hanging around with you know, if you,if you were hanging o with Bi, you know nine Brok, people you're bon to be theten. That's a lot of the pro problem in the society is no because everyone'shanging out with the same people, we tend to attract its COL RETEC raticularactivation system M that basically we end up hanging around with people whoagree with our opinions. What ends up happening is we never grow as people?We never learn. We don't ask Qor a new culture, that's whyw wee Raceis,because we keep on hanging out with the same people who agree with us en toexplore you to meetnew people who don't agree with you, because that's why youknow I'm I'm happy to you know it's uncomfortable to have someone disagreewith. You is uncomfortable it. Someone argue with you NEA undderstand, but ifyou Wan Defri ganst you get, mutual ye can get mutual respect and figure itout, like that's the beautiful thing about life and it's not aboutconfrontation. In that circumstances, there's a really interesting storyabout this guy. I forgot what hi his name was. He was a black guy and hebecame friends with a KK K, clan leader Um. Do you know about that? Loker? Yes, Ijust wouldn't be able to tell your names but that'sit's a good one,because, because of H, how it changed, hise perspectives and you're Rightl yejust grge the only way you get into the...

KK R, really s if peo go o in a familywets, it's just so forwad and so obviously stupid that the anly way thatyou actually would support. That sort of thing is one if you're a SOCIApatpet two, if Um, if you're born into it, so he would have never had thatdespectable having a friend his name is Daryl Davis Teralil, Dr. He becamefriends with K, KK clan leader, because you know and something he talks about.He said we had a mutual conversation. We we didn't like each other, but we hadmetual respect to each other. At least in that conversation we want to heareach other out, and then they became friends. So in saying so a lot of our differences, an cant go.If we start listening to each other, Um Yeah. I think that Sumbs, it o ocortasked hundred percent what dor you touched on about your work. 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Obviously,like you went wiling to that discussion, I can't remember exactly what it was,but it s it's interest. Sayn can have a one problem up with the other one. Youhave to figure out a solution and move one. You can't get stick and keep doingthat Um inlike. It happens in society. It happens through, particularly, Ithink now it's that we don't understand it, but for a long time people who wereeiter diagnosed or were believe to have mental health issues like it wasteemedas like some it was you know, Schizithrena and those sort of thingswere all Lontin. The extreme examples. Ofsciziphrenia and BIPOLA were lunkedinto oppression, anxiety and mental health. And what happened is it wasjust medicated. Everyone was medicated Thas. You know that's how that's onlyway to treat an aextreme example. If youare going to hurt yourself, you haveto be sussaded like a fucking horse, so even own people that were had you know,eciting epression. They we IIN giveen horse trantilizal like these, a e peethat were still given Bensapain in Um Zanix and all these have extreme drugs.Like someone like Sholdan Patesan man like nearly nearly killed, im bror andhe's one of the best mines of our life and it nearly killed him like that thatsor of Shit just facking, it exists men like it'it's, unbelievable D, now we'refinally addressing mental health and society, and that's a beautiful thing.But I think that's BAF my mind, because that was a huge polemin society and Ithink a lot of that issues can be related back to the lack ofunderstanding, your mental health and why people? If you look at sew in the?U S, for example, I think it's over eighty, eighty five percent of shootingso gengrelated that sort of RM environment and a lot of the other onesar people who were on these medications or who were had a history of mentalhealth issues like so, for whatever reason that's sort on London or then anpeople fought people just crazy, but they didn't so they fill a problemsolution at it. But the problem with medication is back to the originalpoint. Ith, the fucking problem, edication is meant to be temporary. On was one hundred and ten percent. Icould not agree with that. More. I mean Tissa quickly, touching on that Ben. Ifyou take back a few more years, femor maybe, like you know, take bik eightyyears or a hundred years before that when people had the same problem oflike Scizopenia, they were d like they were. Demonized lit this person's GotaDumen in Mori, yet a whole other era. Al The AEN Wich, which dthe O wi DoctorTupiken wiamand, all that stuff now fixing ourses mison. We haven't reallypicxed that disposition N Wnot. We just sudate them. I M an what's differentthan actually woudbing them thadiabating them. The problem is, ifyou think about what's happening, alot the mental health issue s coming fromthis because now we'r not not now, we've never done this right. So, let'ssay Y W. If I have a problem, I'm too worried about talking to you is becauseI'm worried about the judgment, a you know, 'cause, you will see MEU weak'cause. If you really think about it and that's why it comes bout to maybe Iguess, as a person, I could become less gemble, you feel no, I'm Jusin O you tro. That way, no, noparticularly N, I'm just using the example right so, but I real have to goafterwards, yeah, I as just about to say what we could do. I let's say let'ssay in this AARE. If you had some PRPROBLEM, because you don't feel likeyou want to come talk to me, what I...

...could do, I could be more accepting andseemed less judgmental. So next person would come up to me come to talk to me.So I guess that's once again, t comes back to become self againess. Where areyou you know problematic 'cause, because when someody is going throughthat they're, not obviously they're suffering o problem, they theiresuffering. What you could do is be the solution. Instead of being judging themand no better what people say how accepting they are. People are stiljudgmental. So I think we as a society we could be less judgmental. Then wewould have lesso deplom, and a lot of that is actually some of you know. Ofcourse, we're going to suffer from you know, problems when h. We don't havemajor problems because everything because are prospective won itsmaline.So, all of a sudden, when you think about you, know a kid whohas got somuch emagy and is buncing off the BOICCO s Keoprany, all of a sudden theygive Im mesis. I maybe he's just a kid wo to to my elergy. You know sugarTugar right. It is that but GASCON wowe say what were you going to say about howyou feel yeah? That's the way I feel is N. I think that's saw a lot of kidsthat went through that ar being in Promar school and seeing the kids thatwere Gevin thei medication and that sort of thing and it just man, reclike,didn't wreckle lot of them, but they suffered socially andbut. For me, Ithought yeah. So do you ever get to a example or a time where, if you're notfeeling well, do you ever have a blockor from talking to people likethis one thing you t oe, like I'm, not going to tell that person why I don'twant to talk to anyone af it we've gon to that stage, or do you ever feel atthat spage at any point, I'm normally more internal like if, ifI have na, I like not necessarily shut down, I need like a day by myself tomostly not necessarily reflect, but I just need time off from people and Inormally tend to disappear until ontime. I I da Idisappear, and I normally I don't know if that's healthy or notwhatevver, it is, but I normally just spend a day by myself, because I alsodon't dee like we don't spend enough time with ourself, but Um also oen. Butwhen I do have a problem I do tend to talk to people like. I remember tellingyou about one of the one of the things that I was feeling shitty about. Remember I was talking it was. You knowone particular situation which I will no talk about this more Tust, a AOOFACONE orsteroyes. I was feeling shityby something hund and fifty, and youcalled me just on the right time and I was okay. Man like this is Um h. This is t e problem. So this I justmessage you the problems that I was talking about. You know I told youabout that, and tactually made me feel better irees oin agam yeah I was like oHo is Mak it fo better. So I don't necessarily think I feel like I'll bejudged, especially for my friend H, SOTHING IM. Fine. With that I tend to more than a friend Amon here my bestfriend Io, my BAPATISCA. I think it's a level. I tend not to go to my parentswith problems, but I can Beo of my parents when I annoy I'm annoyed aboutsomething I tend to go more to my parents, but if I'm sad about somethingI'll go o friends which is kind of interesting Mikityeh Y H, there's apainting like I grew up in the same sort of sitting where our pants arevery loving but like there's certain things that I'll go to them and not somuch, but they also keep Gradin pwice. Even when I don't one on two and I'mtoo hard headed and then my mum ll say something about Abbe an then it's justlike work, so it's good to listen to our parents, but I feel the same wayand for me all it is, is I just don't want to talk for on the same like acouple of days? Sometimes it's even thirty minutes. Sometimes I just got togo for a walk with the dogs and I'm good ou Kno. Sometimes it's a cold,chower and breathing in the shower. Sometimes it's week or two brigt solike it can vary, but it's I just don't want to talk to other people ecause.You don't want to put like negative feelings on other people or even if youdo see other people, you won't be completely honest and for me I struggleh that so socially, you can tell when I not talk you about something, becauseI'm an open book with a lot of things, so it um that's kind of what happenswith Mey. So on our oaer days of our friendships. I remember Yougo. This isearliet. Is My friendship, Black Aan with that game and you'll, be like num,good brocas don feel like Toin iishall, it's Te Posi, but it's a disposition on both ends it it's. Obviously I don't know theright way to prompt you to talk to me and you don'tknow the right methadology of how to tell me that you need whether you needa moment or whether you need to be heard because sometimes it's sometimesyou need to be heard. Sometimes yeu actually do need a moment, yeah yeah. What do you think now? It'sinteresting! It's like nlike...

...communicating and helping would alwaysmakes it better. That's a thing that I also get. I'm really like Analti callmyself about the way I talk. So if I don feel like talking- and I saysomething the wrong way, then I migh I get pissed off about it for a few weeks.That's kind of something weed that I do but and it's all based off like justsometimes you need to reascess and you need that time, but I don't. I don'tfeel that way. Very often now just 'cause, I'm w an you know, particularlythe last few years. I've learned how Y justunderstanding that o part of life-you know- maybe I wasn't taught- had overcome thatn when I was younger. So it's it's all good now, but it'sjust interesting being owner. Think about the things that you don't evensometimes talk, athat and then being able to talk about it. Now, like it'snot a problem, sometimes you know if you like, talkingabout stuff for whatever reason so EO, we can ordes to be addresseddifferently and I shouldn't be on medication for that L. Even if I feeldepressed, I feel anxious or I feel helpless like I should be pelisebated,but if I really wanted to, I could get medication. It's just not the rightthing to bi I've had it before tol me sleep and it just the dept O scineeffects were just not one of I bok. The thing is that patterns are Allil, aspeople do their brains that work that way, they don't think about it. Thatway, they just end up in an into becoming a vicious tyrcle for litlepeople O pecent. That's why Theyre OIC, I guess I xpect to my originalAppointaat, the medication, that's why we need to and stort midicating allthese cats. A hundred was a hundred percent and I think we need we need tosociety and dress that as well. One of the problems I was just abount to say Ithink I mentioned this. The pattern are always there 'cause. What happens is italways starts with one? It's always like a Duwne spirewer. I always startswith this, and I noticed this what I said in in two weeks ago- and I wasweek ago- I wasn't feeling great right now. I was feeling Su. You know I wasfeeling angry and you notice I was you can see when I'm had to get a hold ofas WLL. I'm sure you own you and you could see. I just look at them mass andnever reply, and I remember one particular I could see how it started.I I stopped making my bed and I one representont of Ono ofit. I stoppedmaking my bed. It was the first thing I stopped and slowly I stol Penu minjactcrothes on the cort rack and then next thing you know I stopped making my foodas ty getting take away and then and then all of a sudden it a just kept ongoing down hereoly and then all they took to get a backon track. T E firstthing I did it was I kay: Wake up todayis going to be a good day made bybed, and then I was like going to have breakfast going to go for a run and allthose stuff, and then I mean. Is it just the fact that I felt better that IDIV it? Or is it actually? The other way around that a fact that I didthosething made me feel better Toa, O yoc exercise, Yoca Inolf and she cayourelfe main like if I can make, even just from making a bed like, you gaveherself a good feeling, so he gave self a little bit of bloody, a Doperman forthat reward. SYSTEMAND that tell we're designed to live our lives in a lot ofways like and N he biggest thing. Is You told howinthose ATORYWAIT SO ALLEN AD her issue? My downose pile was awake that particular week I actually calledmy mom and I was like fuck Iheat Everythi. I hate everything right andthat was the second week of the sethist. Second wave of lockdown in Lobbin inVictoria is Ikmao Ian hate these because I just go back in the Tam. Ihat this. What's the point of anything and then- and I was like o Wai hold ona minute once again- PROSPECTII CAACETI Shidan, slowly sosharly to get back ontrack, and you know it's easy. It's easy to just go and give into thatand keep watching that pliks on fucking. Repeat ee lmpics act. Are you stillwatching and you like grakmother Foom, so watching, Eno Liv, go judge, t ome Pini in Cin Club Dat, a II toTlara, and you do those things and then you get B. Life gets back on track. Weall feel Shit An. We all feel like that. I think it's important to Sano half tonto Te potcast WECN, we cun say those sings. I Old Good Dar. We gotto realizethat we woll fee like shit, it's okay, We'e Gont, so we're going to have thoseberens going Ta have those me how we get out of them and we, if we you kN W,it's Goodi'm, not sure if it's good to have those weeks, because some peoplewill say Oh, it's good to feel th t you a feel that the only thing is I feel atmy best. I feel the happiest when I'm not that so clearly, I'm win to do mydes to not be in that base, because I get more out of life. In fact I get youknow how I put this when I'm happy my energies are high, just random coldswill come in and people will offer me business. I last week after this portcasting I didLoalami the new website. I may someone richly random goldny and is said: Hey,let's work with this. How does that happen? I mean once again don't want togo too much into manifastations out of thing dobeseem. I feel great. I feellike I'm ready to take on the word if it, even if the cold came on at theweek that I was feeling ship I I would have known him on answer, because Idon't answer o Mol. Those days I mean Oa Riva numbers in the best time, butthat day I was like veow again. I'LD take am one, but usually I not leavehem my line. If it's a random mobile number, I don't have probably enter it,but when I'm not feeling the MEST, if...

I'm feeling good I'll bring thatmutterfucker on and it's usually it might ave, be an old friend or someonethat you know she got n a new phone and you just don't Khave that numberanymore and that'll make you day too, like. If I get calls from people that Iknow from Syley, you know like Thatal, that Ofli I can change my day in therest of he time, Sir Herry, BA and and one of the things I was going to say-and this is one thing that I did Oerthe Quaranti N Lass Guard on. I haven'tdone enough of this quarty. I went through my facebook list of MessengerGroofis, you know and I was like I'm a message: People a message, people thatI care about the most and tell them the onest things that I feal about them andI preach by. I appreciate them and Ias actually made me feel Nice N, I'm sureit helped other people as well. You know, and so interbning xact bethere for people, and I guess hopefully, people are there for you as well.Samething goes for me, you, everyone, half pucking perspective havperspective. Have what was the oter pay perspective word yeand. There wasanother pay. There was a espective Um. I Mos a purpose not have purpose. Whoknows O Gocan Atack. I aotthat's IT NAM. This has been so much funbr hour andahalf has flown by an doing. This is another thing that you know it'll. Justit's already made me feel Ese. We ijust doing this. You know a D, that'sanother thing: Wo can do for a little while so it's Um, it's Um Um. I guess one o finish on isof thought that you got, and this can be another episode, because we thinkthout episodes on the flier, but kin of being out a channel our world or our passion. Our livesinto different outlets allows us to clear up. Outer areas of o live so fewif you're you're know pretty sure or you're working hard on a cree. Thepersonal life is probably going to get better if you are doing the rightthings there, because you're just putting energy into one area and itkind of freeze upolshit, even if you do in distress in one area, if you reallycare about it, you can doal with that stress Um. So I think it's. I thinkit's just so important to try to try Tan, have outlets and try to do thingsif you're not feeling the best way. Even there's one thing that you like,or one thing that gets you up in the morning or one thing: Devil for Yohealth and then ta can a and build from there and yea peseges Waad, and this isone of those arlets hundred percent. It makes it O good, but they're talkingabout outle. I do have something that's been piessing me up and I would like toget up EI papart Rof, all the other things I wins about a so. This one isreally interesting right. So I'm obviously many people know by this portas'm ould have learned by now that I work in marketing. I an a highinstructural marketing, an INCROSTRUCTORR marketing and I've been very offended truly ofpendedby people, especially. U especially people who got not only God you now maybe you've gotsome folding on, is Er gram right and there's people out there who think that,because they've got a Fuckin, instrogram account and maybe they'vegot five thousand four wors or ten thousand for worts. They understandmarketing and they've been actually talking to me, like I'm a fucimediate,so I I studied anything and I till like a cin. You know rode half of th, Oright, Ot coding for it or whatnot, but and actually talk to me, like I'm, thefucking idiot who doesn't cesire markme anyway. So That's something o bean grinin my case. Once again, I need to take it easy and I won't understand fromthat. What what makes them do that like whythey question you, because, because th, this is what they say to me: The girs.Well, if you're a marketor, how come you don't have a following like? Well,that's not what my work is. My work is to build infrastructures of people likeyou, ucan have a following: that's what I do is like. Well, it doesn't makesense anyone if you could build that foing you would you can't I'm like?Well, I just don't really care. That's! No! My prorerity e!! the point is, butthey've been having a run like one particular person thiscomes for Alife,a an O can do, is Lik, create content and just show on real world exampleslike it's just like giving free and vices like this is hall you do Meeio. Ican help you out because of like I'm a genuine person. I actually care- and Iknow what I'm talking about but thast. Well, that's the challenge you're goingto have to di with you ownit's M. It's also good that you're addressing itbecause you need to, but like it's fucking motivation, bother like thatsthe hit's going to be your fewway. Oh a hundred percent H. I love he thisnothing more H. 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I don't know about marketing. Maybe Icould learn from that person, but, generally speaking, you know, Chanelchasces are, if I'm generally, who understands marketing and underane. Youknow mechanics of this syst y. You think you'd hear with a person out Anai,saying, Hey, I g partos and poers on instrigant. So clearly I'm a bettermarket than you are. No really you work at a cafe. You lookthats got bad. What, if you go onto the account? What usually comes up? You saya few examples of what might come up on that Presen Acoun ot Tsan Polosia, likewh Lin tree with the only fan and a bunch of as and booves Y, so no Nointhielse, sh exe. So maybe maybe I'm not a good marketer, because I don'Havmyworkin a worldwhere, we n in a world of the cadtions and the Genesmiyou can becomwever you winit say if you, if you want to get booms by on behindAni, I think we're running we'R on te Itont deephole there bu crazy. This is been increditor cortcastthin. Before I l you wrap up wit, plug or bran new website, which is very hellander about its the Clama Demis portcast dot, combcheckedadd, it's an incredible design. We love the design. We go. We G, we gotthe whole portcast Rief base, which is very exciting her the Dome New Ani. Itlooks amazing, it's amazing. It's catchy. I think people are loving it.So if you watch o check it out check out our website just to see what itlooks like it's a it's. You know mobile compatible at which I'm very excitedabout, because we doesn't let u more or compatible o Po ass, baby, Tacke it out and eaifimityou se it on the new LAGOWOI. But if you don't not sportify, you canactually go to our website, which is, may I add, more bite compatible, socheck it out, and you know thank Youl, give us a shut up, say hello. You couldbe on our nesport guard if you, for example, I I over my phone up right nowand I go onto the website. What does it playoff it just plays it on the website thatthe bet and- and you can you can exit out of it- is brininionin away tendollars a month for spot offi, Yo loo only to have it biphone and podcars Yo.Don't need O scrall through Stiza for hours. You can just go on the Det. youcan just go on the website. TISEVER TA OO got of the room a I compatible andUm. You know there. I say we have the mobile APP coming out soon as well.It's going to lean into that, but I needed you to obviously lead it becauseyou're, the one that you know or you would know sor, who would be behind theintrastructorsof more but more while ave coming out sooe. This is gettingbigger and bigger, but TA WAY: N The future man N and also th the easy wayto bring everything together in a lal the way so like it just made sense, Imean way. Fo I mean either I mean we're giving run forwre giving spedify runfor their money, but now they feel botciregons. A hundred miion hundredmillion dollar contract might look out. Baby they'll be fiht. They we Wie emitis thanks brother, very good Miwill figure out the totle dot worry about that. This has been haper fun.Lovey work might have a very good nine. If you're listening to this during theday on the way to work where you are, God, love Yo stay strong stay in it.Thank you so much Fe. I support checkers Sou and insogram CLEME DUMMISapplepot gas. All e all the platforms on the website on Spotafir facefol lifecoming soon, maybe maybe not lovey work and give you mokiss for me. WEAROUTBABY.

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