The Clever Dummies Podcast
The Clever Dummies Podcast

Episode 10 · 1 year ago

The CDP // Ep10: Coronavirus ?

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To one and Wel live welcome everybody episode number ten ofthe clever dummies podcast. I think we might be getting a the stage where weactually don't need to introduce that stars. We can just roll in but we'regoing to anyway, lucky doing by a nikers. Always how re you going today.My brother, incredible, loving life. You Know Wel, you! That's that's my diffult answer. I amtruly loving life, but you know you know sometimes different manners andwhatnot survival mode and we had to do it brother. It's a should be a spiritof mateship and friendship and coming together in these dish, bet timers weebrought on our good friend Terin, so Monta, the better half obserer media.If I don' for that Bu Myself- and I mean episode six when he was last onthat- was our highest ratad. We actually had down won tome out to venow so before we get the big big, no bac how you gon, Tota Yeah Good Mat good to be back on withyou boys, so yeah let'slet's get a Gon, I'm excitedwe should. We should get him back on more often yeah. I agree I mean hecould be a permanent third will well have this Sol sition that yeahwalmost look most of the people I'm around are usually in relationshipsexcept for an EK, so I'm pretty well familiarized with the whole fird willsituation yeah noy. You know how to come out from a different angle way, soYoso, that's good. How we'e going anyway boysyou guys. Obviously it's bit hard hard anse question the answer because we'reall kind of Likin Batman struggling but I'll start with you, Nica Yo, goinganyway migt healing things lacking all right. Look Iam, pretty good, I'm good!I'm feeling good and Thi this there's a mixture ofthings what's happening. I feel okay and I'm trying to feel okay as well. Ithink ther is a certain extent of think where I am sort of struggling in asense where I'm not sure if I'm feeling a hundred percent. Yet I feel okay, Imean I'm. The problem is theres, so much mediaBumba, medias bombading. As with so many things- and you know obviously Iunderstand the sevuity of the situation, but I'm also trying to consciously stryind to stay positive so between the two of those I'm struggling in a sensewhere you know I sit down to work or sit out, sit down to do something. Itfeels like I'm doing a lot, but not getting much done so look suffering a little bit likeeveryone else yeah. I found that too, with my study, like you, your abilityto like an block aut the noise and just kind of get the job done a little bitharder. You just feel a bit more distracted purpose is still there, butit's a little out of reach, there's other things that are more important,that thay're going on right now, I don't know what's happening so it justthat uncertanly makes a little bit more difficult, but you know the Times thatwe always spoke about getting through the hardyards. This is the hardyard nowlike it, it feels a different feeling. You think I'm going to be ready for I'mgoing to be ready for anything then actually comes into like Holy Shit likethis is different, but we just got to stay stay positive, like it is anAutitud thing and it's hard definitely hard to smay positive, but I it speaksthe alternative. I think what about you Tesin, how you Gong Raht, Yeah Dong, pretty good. I mean this.The beginning of this year has been quite a change for me. At least you know I RII'm from cyndy. Obviouslythen I moved to Melbourne for work for a couple years and now I'm back inSydney so sort of kind of adjusting back to my life that I had previouslywhen I was you know here in Sydney, but with all the new sort of lessonsand experiences that I've you know learnt from moving out away for thosetwo years. That's Intrsto. The the last thing Iwant to do is really fall back into my old habits. You know I'm not going tosay that they were completely bad, but there was definitely some habit ferthat you know I wanted to change and I feel like I haveachieved that sort, I'm just a lot more wary of making sure that I don't fallback into those habits. You know so so far so good. You know I've beenhere for like two months now, so we're on the right track and we're doingpretty good. So I'm pretty happy with that. As far as the world is concerned,obviously Y as the Mak and yourself addressed it, a lot of things arehappening, but what can you just take it Bher by day and just stay home? Yeah stay home, bitches,Cote, Bush fies to Covida. That's actually an interesting point atsomething I've been thinkng about, like I haven't since I moved out of myparents place in two thousand and fifteen, I haven't moved back in whatwas that life like this that you know you said you were a different personwhich is really good. You wouldh've probably come back and probably seeingthings from a different angle and appreciateit your parents a bit moreand maybe remembers of things that you're Likei don't know what was thatlike Wel, I mean first of all, my relation moving out. My relationshipwith my family has gotten a lot stronger, yeah. You know I used to be apain. Now, I'm just a little bit less of a pain yeah. That's a g onal thing...

...that sort of things is great but yeah, just as a as I mentionedbefore, like I've grown so much since then like it's, sometimes when I'm whenI'm here on my own, which is most of the most of the time. I have a lot oftime to think to myself, and I sometimes I realize just how much I'veexperience and how much I've grown and how different I see things nowadays and you know- and I'm really proud ofthat so coming back home a and being exposed to all the things that I wasexposed to before I sort of grew into the person I am now was a yeah, it'svery, very like Oh. This is this is sort of familiar territory, but alsolike dangerous tertory, because I don't Wantto Ge back into those old way, but it's good. No, it's good. It'sdefinitely still goot home is home and family's family. So yeah, that's good! I think that's one thingwhere Aal all of three of US could be very thankful for was we all comingfrom a pretty good upbringing: stable house, loving, family, brother andsisters, annoying brother and sisters, but regardless that's what familyesmean to be like. So that's a beautiful thing. A lot of people in the timeslike these, like a lot of people, don't have that a lot of people have what'sgoing on in the world and then have difficulties at home, so they prettywelll pretty lucky that thatsense but yeah. I don't know, I don't know howI'd go. Moving back into my parents house full time. It's also a privatce stithing. You knowlike yeah. You need that privacy ye h. You definitely do way. It's also a fulltime job. Moving back into your parents place yeah, that's right, pretending toLi UK Yeah! That's a good thing about life boys.You could like not talk to each other for a few days and it's all good. ButIF YOU LIT TALKTO YOU MON Foday, she thinks that you Fuckin Adi, just likeOhi mean tenris and I used to argue all the timewe used to go days in like massive arguments. It was you know and reck Wa. I go Toi Tate staff for what I think our arguments when we firstmoved in together, because obviously we moved for work. At the same time, most of our argument came from obviously littlethings because we were just adjusting to the whole lifestyle of living. Youknow with a mate, you know, like you, think of it like outside of thatsituation and you're like Oh yeah. I could. I could live perfectly fine withmy mat. You know we get a long same interest or that kind of stuff, butthen you start living with someone and because you're with them, twenty fo,seven and in an econize situation we worked for the same company as well, soYeah Ju se him at home. I saw him at at work as well and it was just a constant,constant thing and then you just get agitated and little little trivialthings but yeah. I think it was just adjusting to that and then towards theend of the year and then into the second year that we were there. Westarted to kind of grow up a little bit and yea you kind of crew past thatphase ther yeah ire's, most sexual release between the both you eater, soust you can break the can't get the Fin. I figur bid. U Thatyeah, onenightagotg go EAL goodgot out ofhere elet's talk about because we I mean it seems like we've been, we'vedisappeared for a bit because we have an uploaded new episode in almost twoand a half three weeks. There was an episode that we recorded Lokwen, but we didn't actually end up uploading.That reason, being we didn't think it was the best I think like like we saidbefore we all sort of going through this downwoods. I think the whole world is goingthrough a downwoad spire. Bight. Now is the equivlent of a windows. This stuctcrashing Bor the whole world wide yeah fcourse. You would make that fucking, I yeah, so you know which I think so,which is really interesting. So let's talk about that for a second, I thinkit's there's a lot happening right now, and you know the world is absolutely sortof w gone mad. I guess in a way wait I mean it's no one's fault, but it's justsomething like the situation. Is it's bit crazy? Isn't it it's absolutely unpreseed it and that'sthe hardest part about its, because there's like nothing really to kind offall back upon and land upon, ther's, no real other example that we can goback and Sall. This is what I was like when it happened. Like has been massive.There's been world wars, that's been travestis, but in the Boden era likesince the Internet. Since, since really I mean you had nine eleven but thatonly affected ecept like there hasn't been anything like this, probably sincethe Sixis when the Vietnam War was last ran, and that was a different storybecause you were going over there and finding an it didn't it wasn't. Abattle where everyone kind of had to be a part of it and at the start of it.For me I didn't like all of us. I didn't really understand the severityof it and I didn't think it was going to be on our home front on our home Solso quickly, so you were a little bit...

Blaz a by it, and so I think I was alittle bit blindsited by it too. Obviously me and my fate shot willflaned to get brad next next thuseday so like I was pretty seton that Hade Been Saidong that for every year, so I just wasn't thinkingabout it. I might lose a few hours of work because people don't want totravel because they worried, but it's actually it's going to be all right andthen you sort of just go in and Fikan. Well as how serious it is. Obviously,what happened in Indalee was the kind of the set the example for the rest ofthe world, like don't fuck around with this thing like if I can take thisthing like it's just going to blow over and it might take a few of the old ieasa like this. This thing was killing seven eight hundred people an Iidendidly and there's obviously factors that go into that, so that's kind ofwhen it got pushed on to us and then it just like been a little bleed on effect,and for me I, like I, have like I a I struggle massively hdiscipline and I struggle with like. I know what I want to do, but I strugglewith the kind of the practical element of it. So when something happens,that's out of the ordinary. I kind of find that I find an easy way out formyself and I kind of give myself that excuse, but I was so determined thistime for it not to happen that I kind of also gav myself and inrealisticexpectations like. Ah, this is not going to affect me. This doesn't matterwhat affects your routine like. It affects what you do every day. Itaffects the way you see, people who you can see, so you have to kind of beprepared for that element. I feel like I bot throw a little bit of that bad initial stage. Now, I'm kind ofpushing on obviously the financial burdn and stresses there and I'm hewhole concerned about other people than I am myself. Obviously, but it's justbeen an absolute roller coaster and I feel like as a nation Austray as none areally good job. We've been led pretty well from the front. There's alwayslike a lot of negative things that are put on our our government, just likeany government, but I felt like we're in a pretty good situation compared tothe rest of the world, so just got to be able to take a positive one day at atime, and but I got a couple hours a une done today, unload the lawns I likin stayeoff warmup. You know it was fucking good. That dayit was a goodfucking day so like it is what it is. That's what wee got o be able to do,and we all know what to do like get the positive, fuck and rumber your wire ll,this sort of thing, but it's kind of like these real. It's a rual experiencewhere you need to actually go ahead and do it it's. You know it's easiy to giveavice an an easy situation. I guess look at a absolutely and I think we cansit here and make comments on as to what people should do, but at the endof the day we don't know what people are going through. You know an we don'tknow what people we didn't know what people are going to before. We didn'tknow what people are going through before and especially with somethingsuch such as this, something so like you sai UN president and happening likeit's such a like. You cannot make any judgment or Rogin O place, O anyjudgment, because you just simply don't know what's going on with people right, but I agree with you and I think I wantto. I just want to quickly talk about that for a second as he intee. You knowwe're talking about how the government is doing. I and I'v Been I'm hearing itfrom, but everyone thes there's a small group of people who like like to complain about thingsright, which is which is all find in this scenario in this scenaro and thisSOM, like people, are suffering right. Once again, I don't know what they'regoing through, but I keep hearing that all government is doing a horrible joband you know this person should be short, and thisis like horrible things right. What what that to me sounded like you, don'twant to work together. You know- and I said this before and I made a littlerideo talking about thinn a this. I said you know, I'm sure the governmentis doing a horrible Jobe, but right now it's more important to work together tomake sure we're listening to what they are saying and and using some using some of like some Vigia, likeself vigilance as well to make sure we work together as a nation, and we cansee each other. So I think that's important well, like I think that's the case with a lot ofthings that happen in the world today and it's just like people are alwayslooking for at least what I find is people are always looking for. You knowsomeone else to blame or like an external thing, you know like theShifto to someone else or, but maybe the make themselves feelbetter or whatnot, but like they're always I thinks I think it's becausethey're looking for someone to blame in a sense where, because, when you put aface to a problem, it's easier to say: okay, you know it wasn't thits, not myproblem, I mean so many of people who are suffering financially could haveeasily saved few thousand dollar. They have like an emergency fun, but youknow it was. It was a lot easier. Not to do that. So you know- and I you knowwe talked about this before like Yiu know: Tennis Younnow, you always justtalk about how important that is, but those people coan have easily done thatright. Just I mean it's like you know: We've done this before I' spoken abouta little bit of finance before all it takes, is like twenty dolrs a week todo that over the years, and something like this never really happens, but itis possible right, so if they did that...

...they wouldn't have to blame thegovernment, I think the rule is, if you don't, like the system stay out of thesystem. The way you can stay out of the system is by doing things like that,like saving up little bit of money, emergency fun, because now thosthosepeople who are right now talking about the government not doing great job- arethe same. People filling out government forms to get the government support. So it's a bit of a contradiction, butthat's not what we going to talk about, I think what's important is this: Is this sort of almost wraps up wholebunch of our episodes into one episode talking about resilience as to how youstill resiling through something like this as well? As you know, we talkedabout gratful being grateful and we talked about fear right. Al Threethings: COM in and an ownership right or four things comingto play, becausewhen you think about it for a second lockland like we used to talk aboutlike you know, we always had something to complain about, but all of a suddenwhen something like this happens, all of our problems that we used to haveseemed so much smaller righ. Now that we'R in this situation, wehave to just quickly think to ourselvf. Could it get oven worse? So what I haveI'm grateful, I'm still able to talk to my friends. I mean Hank, God forzoomright, yeah, Om killing. I lov that mean that you shared were like Scoopyou Dod who's behind Covid, itsfucking do because they' getting so much business, online training andfacking, theanews and ship, but not hundred percents. That's funny! That'sfunny, and we are so blessed. We are so blessd and like when you think about itwere specifically, you know for us being in Australia. We are, you know soprivileged with what, where we're at the moment, you know the things we haveaccess to still and you know just having a roof over your head. You know,let alone being able to get all these other things like all these otherresources and whatnot. You know some people don't have that that luxury, butyou know to us it's so easy for us to take advantage of that, because we wereborn into like with all these things around us and SOM. It so easilyattainable. So you know we think we forget that a lot people forget it's easy to it's like. Where is it's?I, the beautiful thing about living in a country like we do. Is You don't haveto worry about that? But this is a beautiful example that you do like youjust don't know. What's going to happen, that's maybe something you can speak onmore of he neg like I'm in the same situation where we were lucky enough,the positive of not getting married is now. We have four and a half housanddollars that we can spend. So now s not too bad, but like there are alot of people. H didn't have the financialy like re. We all know likeSav for a ranny day. F Li thes something's going to happen like, but it's just like Pard to now.Hopefully, people coming out of this will have their emergency funder. Theywill, you know they will bloody Iwas. Just thinking about the joke youmade about the four it's hard for me to be too upsetbecause fucking we're going to pay to this dollars for a photographer. We doEdi Vaybo by the way. By the way I don't Knowi,don't know if ou knew, but TARC is a photograph he is but he's also in thein the fackes, my bamthat's, it Aobu. So just just like yeah absolutelon, thestress of doing a wedding man like that fide of work afterwards, everyphotovern. No, no, just that's not like you got TA. Think about, like you knowhe stress, of Brunning a government in the situation. Yeah Sh. Imagine Bi astress of photographer to wedding now times that by how many yeah? It's no surprise, I mean you can saywher you want, and you know you D, no one really likes trump. You might likewhat he' stens wor kind of a bit of the rebel, but not really likes him as aperson, but I just love his fact. He just doesn't give the funy doesn't giveMei it's like hi entertaining man. It's so good. Do you think he us he Chinesevirus? It's the Chinese virus and e Caing from China, and it's the ChineseMirs Bria. Do you think he just doesn'tunderstand? He's he's like a seventy. I don't knowseventy seven year old, dude he's he came from wealth. WHOS DAD was invillas. Pape, I think, is while he came te Rit, but it was on the apprenticefor ten years. Your fir he fire parents for a small lown of a million old yeah.So like he came from that thing you know granted. He did really well inreal estate. There's been plenty o examples where he hasn't done. Well, Iown to shit. Leder Golf fourses, like he's, made some shit from Himsolf, butit was paid hes, big, probably the thing that he would be most happy aboutin his lithe prior to being present as being Isis Heloney Olerdi yeah isfucking greatly, like would be theality TV show for ten years for theimprentece wher he was getting your fire, you know. Basically he was paidand people loved him for being that person so he's like even whoever he isin real life. He isn't that plerson anymore he's just become that person.So like it's not surprising of what...

...he's done, and I look at it from theexample that the system had been broken for such a long time. That I mean factit wasn't. You know it's not. You don't necessarily want o Gu like that,leaving you know the biggest country in the world. Theoretically, Wol Te thinbeest INCIS in the world, but FUC it is what it is. They fackin they kind of,did it to themselves en a way putting up a bloody seventy reight o R. Seventyeight year old woman, Bi he's going to get voted an again because because not that many people likewhat's that guy's name and then Joe Bidin, can barely string asendence together so they're not putting any good competition up to getlike. I was talking if oach his inerview the other day. He forgot whathe was saying, but e its for e Lineousi, its like I'm, not trying to sit on thelike it's a serious disease but like what are we doing get some fuckingyoung? Well, that's it. I was just going to say we're goingto get theseinto God. Leaders are like I mean you now one wants the job right, a shitjob. I tell you Ho, like I couldn't imagine you know, th there's two things.I I want to say here right first thing is the fact that it's too much pressureon wo Paking Person Ma to too much pressure on one freaking pession person,so I think it almost has. We Ave almost had to change the government structure.Yeah honest. I wouldn't be surprised after this whole episole of thispandemic, that we start we looking at us to how this whole governmentsitation work, er defiitl as Wod Gote and second thing I was going to say,like we gotta get rid of these antiquated leaders. Like you know, Iuse the word antiquate it over and over again, the reason being, I'm not sayingthey old, because I had nothing against all people. What I do have somethingagainst is the people who are not understanding. What's going on in theworld yea, you know, and I don't think, look doesn't matter who trumpes doesn'tmatter who Scott Mourison is just like our parents. They cannot keep up withwhat's happening in the world, because how well is your paent? How well areyour parents keeping up with H, what's happening with the technology just tayabout that for a second yea now put that that put that person who does whocan't freaking you know Ho keep forgetting their facebookpasswortoud having to rease new in charge of a Filan country. You thinkabout you think about Scott Morrison. I mean honest. Look, I'm not I'm not aI'm, not saying that he's doing a bad job right now, like everyone else, youknow, I think, he's doing he's doing well as a well. I think it's latingwell a he conpai. Well as he came in the given the situation, and I think hecan, I doesn't really know how to talk properly. I think he sucks at speaking,but I think he's doing it. Okay, job in saying that I think I think, he's anhonest speaker he's not a corporate he's, not a corporate speaker, but he'sI like it because he's on like he doesn't. He doesn't SCAP yeah. Hedoesn't sound as scripted as yeah ost. Others do but yeah so like in say, buthe looks like the kind of person who forgets his Pacewoth passor and go rateNou one doeshe knows Scott Moran, Scott Morisonce, yeah yeah,two four, eight at KCOM Tobrek I mean now. I want to use a good example, andpeople don't actually have to like her, because I know lot of people don'tnecessarily not really a huge Pan Ofer, but I actually think the prime misterof New Zealand is doing great. She she did. She did like this live videositting in a lounge after putting her tolist to doles to bed and she's justsitting there. You know saying Kay just the fact with that, specifically thefact that she was you know at home. Yeah just put a Toddo Bat, it's justit's a more of a it. Just e people seas the the prime ministy. You know thesebigia this person who leads the country and whatnot, but then when theyrealized that Heys is just a normal person like ais, a relatable. I think that yeah, it's a perfectopportunity for times to change, for politicians to use social media more,like celebrities, are, and obviously don't want politicians backin yeah in aboys, fucking SCAA on the on the bevhe's, like you, don't want that shithappening, but just to let us know like it. The corporate world is up like notover, but it fucking over, like the media, the old school medias dying likethe way business has traditionally been runninis bucking over, like it's timeto move on it's time to not fakin year, MiG were Gen, it bi can give some moneyto education. The sports ministers, Dong, no Fucan, tell us what's actuallyhappenining like we're, not you guys are treading us like dumb shits. Sothat's why I fi get n Isaac. bathefields come in and fucking win Bors just like is giving us a different example. Like E he's, a comedian the ofthe day, but like that's, why that's? Why t? That's? I actually hade somereally good. I think the Internet to be able thing,obviously hun. I think in times like these, it's it's showing us not just inthe practical element of business and everything else like what you guys havespoken about on your previous videos, Shat Up, zero media, of course, thestuff that was an awesome Vido really with been lining, enlightening video, akind of the future. The worlds headed but like it is like it is. It's likeit's not just the business wad, it's the world in general Ik, and we saw howeasy it is now like there's a little bit of a growing pain and it's a littlebit harder. But what the fuck is. A...

...hundred and twentyhsend people inWesternstonney getting a train into the bloody sidney, harbor Ficcang floogin,the area Makhim, an absolute fucking Shid of when half those jobs can bedone from home. People can live a better quality of life, a D and Youknow what it comes down to. I think it comes down to forse very long time.People didn't want to change because they had been doing something for sucha long time and they didn't want to change. But for now something like thishappens and you know were telns, and I were talking about this and I vidiosaid people are like people are bom. bading me with emails and phone callssaying: Hey: okay! Well, you know remember how that one time you said,let's make up a sove into cloud. So how do we go about that? You know it'sfunny because at the time when I said, let's yeah theyre coming back to you,you know yeah but thefacts, where you guys have to be there to provide theservice and Wat. That's it. You can tell him if iing look what I told you R,but also be like allgh people don't learn until they have to, and that'sexactly I like. I can't blame people for them, because I know how hard it isfor small businesses to do day today and like try to do something likechange. Everything and staff resilence all these things, but I think that's alesson as a nation as a actually as a planet that we can learn that we needto be. We need to progress and we need to progress in a sense where weprogressing the right way, and I mean I'm also seeing the dark side oftechnology coming up as well. Like you see, show the Tok Amsay Y, we make surewe stay vary of that we understand. What's going on with the dark side oftechnology, and but what we do like you know, what we do is we adapt? What whatthe technology can provide us tos to cloges, a beautiful thing. Intern is abeautiful thing. Now the downside to the Internet. The fact is right. Noweveryone is an expert, so no one is actually listening to the experts abovethis pandemic right yeah. So you know that's why I made a video- and, I said,like Hey- I don't know what's going on with this whole thing about economicstride under anecnomic economic, economic, economic. What are the peopleo the economic site? WHAT ARE PEOPLE GO? Who Do? ECNOMICS, Economicnoman, ECNOMIMaeconomisyescoeconom yeahtheage were not INEONO, we're, not economic WTHSOIN. That sense. You know you can'ttalk about that, but what you got to understand is you know it's good tokeep out with itkeep awith pe, but you still yeah. You can still not know howto pronounce a word, but you have a general understanding, Afou Ashefi andI everyday expenses. Do Te manage basic expenses of businesses, how people migtbe spending big dollars in one area and then Theye, not yeas, O thits ooks likeso when people are saying close us down and I'll, be seeing some statuses andvideos, people saying please cause tus ton, I'm like man just go home likeyou're nont understanding what's happening like well an a sorry to cutyou off, but that's what you were like touching on that the whole shuttingdownpart. You know the other night. You gave me a call ind you ere SA. We werediscussing the whole how people you know, I saying just shut us down: ShonO start an Chut us down, and obviously everyone has their own opinion on thatkind of stuff. But I like what you said when you were like you know: pspecifically with businessesis the fact that you know if the like these some several sorry, businesses ingeneral need to not wait for the government to announce or oeveryone' shutning down these business all have to shut down this staboer. Ifyou as a business owner, think that shutting your business down will be forthe better and whatnot, obviously still looking after your employes in some way,given the situation, I think that's the right thing to do. I don't think Idon't think they should be waiting for the government to necessarily make a aclear decision that you know means all businesses have to close down. I thinkyou know at least the way I see it s as a business owner as well as, if I think that's the right thing formy for that. If I think that's the right thing that I will do Itas if thisis ere shut, my business down, you know I mean, like I'm, not going to wait for the government to make the announcementand if they do that's fine, they can still go ahead and do that. But it'sjust the point. My point here is rather than just nagging all over theInternet and saying shot US dolland shut us down and shut us down. I thinkthey should just take it into their own hands if they are a business zowner andshut it. Dawny thin ot down there in a circle do because you don't O,ultimately, don't have control of a lot of people as many people, as you think,like that's the that might be the negative like this a we all have ourown voice now with the Internet. That's the pastside, the negative and I'llmake sure you see my hands, because good speakers use their hangs when theytalk right. So the positive, the positive of the Internet is, we allhave a voice. We have ability to get. You know something eplain long. We havean ability to gethat, be out the and...

...let people m be aware of it. Thenegative is people kind of think their voiceis moreimportant than them than actually is. We've got to stay humble and then theythink hat an do all this torl that and they just don't, have an underspandingin how the economy works. Our businesses woke out, like in all MadDavol cross the road if he shuts his body breaking MODOF business for a weeklike he has to he's, not iin a situation where he's got a anythingoutside of that, and then he might go down to so like there's so much more.That goes into it. That's why I like a guy on instagram.He has an instagram page, but he's a he's. A He's. A doctor he's also God of majorin economic as well so he's a dud. That's fucking been riding Te Mok thesenameis Peter Atia. Just you hear the guy speaking you know, he's Tlegitedoesn't make bold claims everything's back by science or back by statistics,supedior Oteats, a Doublt IA and its MD of the endef Business Wen pages madesome really awesome idea: TVV IG TV videos about it. Basically hes put ateam together of epidemeologist of fucking health scientist of everythingelse, and they still theyre working Licke a night and day, and they stilldon't know what's going on. They know that we've got to be cautious and hecan't have large gaverings. We kind of sporting events. We can't have all thissort of thing, but if you shut the shit down, then, as they say, the cure isgoing to be worse than the probe wel. If Yo got tals just about knowing what',you know and knowing, if you'd like, if you actually don't know, what's goingon, like don't be, we shouldn't be thinking like thatgiving. My opinionanyway just be like. Well, I think we should do this, but I actually don'tfin hat. Well, THAT'S EXACTLY WHA! I think the biggest problem is right nowthere's so many people are watching youtube videos and coming out andwriting their opinion on Phace, an Neis Ber and, and I'm going Ta get to thenews in a second by holy Shitman tose youtube videos. They can convince likesome all they takte tans, okay, you know it ters. You know how good e gogood, Tis ut it your youtb expert right. So you know you see these videos andhow convincing are that? You just see this guy, you know put some. You knowsome nice music behind it and it's just like Olly Shit. The we're gonnothe allthe CONSTPIRACIST conspiritourist conspiracy, conspiral aloo, I profenrihe fuck, they poven ro in they're, the worst, the come of theearth. You know them them, and the media they're the scum of the earth,because what they do, I you think about t right what they're feeling of samething with genralist and, like you know this modern media, not Morr, media, themass media as well as those Conspirato. They need two things they need. Onlyone thing which is fear right, fear is always the thing that drives them, bothright, so either conspiractyoris making a video about five g right- and I sawthis video and this video was about half five gees, causing all that andscientists are worried about it and listen to the SIDTES. The citist issaying scientists als. He goes in the thevidio switches to the scientist. Scientist is saying yes, so there couldbe problem caused and it sitches back to him. I'm like he could be talkingabout anything. It just could be talkyou about anything. You just tookthat cut and put him into your videor and now everyone's going to believe youright, because people don't think about that, but because terets, the thereason I was going to call you call you just call to Gal to you to speak isbecause you know how it is easy, this to just take a video, put a cut into avideo and make that video sound. Like yea, I mean you can manipulate anythingnowadays. 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...be careful of obviously where we gofrom here and how much the government is going to peve on their life movingforward. Obviously the world's going to change forever, and it's actually kindof like if you step back from the situation like this, is the ship we'regoing to be telling our kids kids about like this is fucking. This is notfuking, Worl or three, but this is this is some. This is like in the legit like.I think this I in some sense this is almost more scarier than a world war because thinkabout it. Ou know has the potential it isn't. Has It there's not enough people,because well, that's EA, the PROB lot of Madea Hirr, that's right! That'sright and media mediate. I no Wa spoke. Ithink, or wispoker spoke about this before I was just saying, I'm going tosay two sentences and you tell me how they sound you right. 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Like you know,the cases exceed four thosand when you say exceed more exceed four thousandtechnically they're correct, but what the what the masses that come across islike yeah, like pot language yeah, when its all scripted, it's all DELIBERAT,it's not just one person soy another and they might even go even deeper.They might have been traveled to a fucking new, so wells country, townwith twohosand people population and go more and double the population ofFactin Deryvil Derygi as actually place me COP Harbar S, pretty good. What morethan more than double the population of Daryville people are infected. Sothat's exactly how theyll spin it when, if you actually break the numbers down,this is how it should be reported. Good, bad or ugly. Two hundred and twentytusend tests ov come have occurred. proximately an Australian four thousandpeople at about five percent. So yeah, like that's Bitin, four thousand toomany, then we like but IV en five percent world pandemic people dyingeverywhere, we're doing okay, we're not out of itclear and we're not trying to downplay the severity of it. But we also, andit's the negative business brayyou going ot like it'sit'sa negative storyis going to get more people engaged. Thoe merit at food side is the biggestshow on TV right now. Your expectations, that's exactly right. Now, let's, let's talk a little bit about. We'vetalked about a lot of negatives. So let's talk about yeah fuck, her. Let'stalk about how I think the what this is, what this isgoing to mean for all of us and what does this mean for, like as the planhit in a sense- and you know see these are the lessons- The lessons that doseem clear to me that we can learn and, finally, that we needto learn because everyone knew they need to learn a the following. So makesure you save up Shea sameup for a rainy day, that's Wa lesson and that'salways been obbioust, but now it's more obes Ganever, then another. What you'vegot put your lifes having to the stock market yeah, listen to Close Tho too clus to Holi, actuallyread the book of the book from tonny Robinscollunshakable right yeah. You remember that in the pooke talks about it Oney,if you go to your money in the stock market in a recession, just leave itthere and forget about it. You know and itill bounce back up and that's what Idid so, let's Sot, you know, save you savemoney for rainy day now extreme ownership. This is really goods areally good s. You know if you take oneship, think about it. If everyonetook on a ship like yes, this is like my control. I need to Calk O wil linkJack. A willing shout out to him is a brilliant right. Man, four Ity Amso you go. You K, Ow Saveapropering day, extreme ownership. You've got you, you know, and thenyou've got the fact of, like you know how fear impact the infection of fearand the last one being the fact that you know great on great fol. So let'stalk about those things for now, because I think theyare more importantthan the whole negative things, because we could make six episode bout, all thenegative, ity yeah. It's infected everything. So if Imight just go three things that I'm grateful for Whal, I'm going to do thateasy. One UN grateful that we're here and now we can wear in good spirits andwe can do this podcast by an Waston podcast. I don't know how lone would beglying for wars really good.

I'm grateful that Fak. I'm gratefulthat we do actually live in society, where the government seems to be doingthe right thing by us and actually trying to take care of not just ask butsmall businesses, people affected by e employees and players, UN greateful,that we live in Australia and I'm grateful for my beautiful field. ThaySharit seem to be mon. How about that? efact she's, GOING TO BE SPECIAL WITHMY MIND! Well, she's Gointo be really good. Se's unbelieable I neres anyway,yeah start crying. We Wan how about yourself LE TEES GO FIRST ACKY! Well, I'm GOINNA take dasy ret insecond and Luckys, first, one which is Broki that were wel. I've been healthy and well and nota treadit but infacted. So we could be wall a we could be a Syntomadica yeah.That is true all right. Well, I meanti wthat lastBiin Yo nfectedkeep going keep ing CA. You know I'm grateful for just the safety that I have you know atthe moment. I think where I am you know and like similar to Lofan said how that youknow the government is treating all this stuff looking after he. Everyone really. So that's, obviously agood thing- and you know just to be in the comfort of my own home and to beable to isolate here- is just the privilege in itself. Let alearn all theother things I have. So you know thet'd be number two andnumber three would be my family, yeah, friends and family, so yeah, it's so easy to Quiv so easy to findthe beautiful things in life. Yet yeah always ignore them. Don't it's easiergenually, except for the red example, and there are people out there, but Iis so much so many more positives here. Look I'M! I think we can all say thesame thing. I'm really grateful for the fact that, despite the fact that what'shappening out there in the world, we're still able to have a voice and have apodcast and be able to say in good spirit- and you know you know three friends and still havethe Internet- I mean I'm, you know we all technial. Imagine that goes sa infar yeah like you know, so grateful for this opportunity to have a voice and tohave a voice with my really good friends. Like you know it's Brullian.So that's I'm really grateful for that. So secon, not I'm grateful for the fact that I'm meanin a nation same thing. You know that sort of looks after same Samg same asyou and the last one being I'm real, I'm grateful for my familyand friend. I have one more actually so grat for family and so love them lastone is. I am grateful for the fact that I'm nor Iriot- I'm not aniviate. Idon't know if that's a normal, but I'm really grateful that I'm not in timelike they show e people can't hide it when they're stress, that's right, anICIN, no toilet paper. People Fayand show that Trurri calous yeah, like man,that' kired me, because I was just saying to Tenis carce. I was saying wework with these people right. We go to work with this o. We hang out withthese people and could be anyone off us. You know could be anyone of us, but aUS like it sounds like they're like a vampire or like a devil within us, butyou know you never know it could be any like a the next person the person nextto you could be a bolt paper, holder and think about it. Like I mean thies,it's not it's not holding tollpit, but just shows how, like you know the factthat theyre inibiot yeah the ability that could 't critically think sorryGOFOR. I just saying it really shows the greet situations like this yeah s,hop colors yea, the ability o that critically think is so important andthat's a great example there because, like you could say, Arme and I I'm notGonnaa, not the rigt. At the end of the day, man thes toiler paper is fucking,it's a necessity, but it's not really. You can survive with Yoot that Brodoyou have water. Do you have like a little bit of food to eat, you're goingto be okay, but yeah people just cling on, and it's just you need to be ableto step back in the situation go or I might nead this shit at my house. I'mgoing to take as much as I need no more because I can all make joey ve bufinsix hundred thousand people over the age of Mady need this more than I do.Just relax is hat a little bit of this little bit of this and people justdon't do that is Gong O kill fully. The Pars are so fandedten, hence sandatizes like I and then there's probably people after the factthat actually got affected by the people. That actually didn't want to dothe wrong thing, but we like Shil. If I don't grab it now, then I'm never goingto get it in. He Meti just a roll on. Oh that's it! That's exactly whathappened? I mean look. You could clean you as by freaking having a sjumping inthe shower drug. Drag you ass across the front yard. I oyeah you couldfucking do a homemade, beday and Jall the fucking hose through the backwindow, yeah Yoor, you know, or worse, comes to wors you knowjust V pets,iswors Jus, pull him up, yonowthat',...

Yeahen whosayit's! You know it's sofaslating anyway, you know. That's exactly it's a rul in fact, you'll bebetter off. If you smell like she, noone will come close to you. Teneveryone gets Goinna Oo. Have that one point five there there? Yes, you justmight get the worst chakof all time, but anyway nowit's Allgood, I'm gonna,I'm going to sidestep us a little bit. I actually had a question for tarrentsand a really interesting one, so en I'm getting the Mana O it nothing to becrazy, so I'm giving into health science now and obviously I'm not justanalyzing the way people work out, but why they work out and sort of thechanges that make so you swoke about in your previous video. We all werestarted working out in that bodybuilding, splits, avand chest minedays back there so and now yv youre down the Avenue of letting the sportspecific. But now you're like an injurance sport like Driaf ons, to likeriding a by like serious that you can't do you can't train the way you were.You have to completely change Ownin Cup, you almost have to go back to squareone with a new body different way of IATING, I'm sure you're bearning waymore calories than you did. I guess two two questions the first onewas what was the? What was the harst powet about going away from that styleof training, because I know for me when I stopped lifting as much weight Si? Idid it first. I was like if I, if I stop Withhin waiht so like I'm, Gontofunk and lose my sizes on really shit that doesn't matter and to like howhave you change like you're eating, like your Diet House, that had to beadjusted for the way your traded now? So I guess psychologically how Di youadjust to understand that you wanted to train this certain way and you wantedto pursue this port and then to ow of you have e just your eading. Well, I think the mental shift to mewas the fact that I think I just with my training. You know. As you said, we came from a a promanly weight,lifting kind of getting stronger, getting big in that kind of mentality.You know, and that was great. You know I reallyenjoyed that stuff, but I think after doing it for several years already, youknow you guys have been training longer than me in that sense. But for me O formy journey, I'd already done it for so long and you just start to grow out ofthat kind of routine. You know you start to you start to want more andmore something more challenging and you you know, you'R, just your interests,change and stuff like that. So I think for me the first, the first point where Istarted to make that that change into what I do now is just the fact that itwasn't challenging enough. You know- and I think my my mindset changeas well with how I wasgoing with my like outside of the fitness tenthis world for me how muchOl is going there mentally and all that kind of stuff was also having aninfluence on my my physical health and stuff like thatyeah. So I think yeah now that I do more indurinc spacesports. So, like triflones, you know that's three disciplines runningcycling and swimming. You know I've never been great at anyof those, and I don't think it'll just be an overnight thing. You know it'snot going to be like that, specifically with swimming. You know. I I couldbarely float. You know I could barely float in the water and I signed up fora tri, an Olympic distance trifle one which is a one point: Five columnusswim in open water. That was meant to happen in May, but it's yeah got G Kit.So at that stage you could had like you had noti basicly like you're. Eightyears old, like you learn rat of sobtimes like if you're in water, youcan dovie, but you Oyeah, when a swimme and all all this shit, yeah, yeah andnow so yeah. I couldn't do any of that stuff and I just signed up- and I waslike I'll learn it I'll learn anyway, because I knew I wanted to. I don't enmeade that decision o Shur dedicate myself to that. So that wasn't aproblem but yeah. So I signed up for that andthen you know I just start on an training started training as o. As soonas I got back to Siny, I started training with team because he's alreadybeen doing a lot of t stuff, so I've really been learning a lot of thespecifics. For the sport and how I should train the best way to do thingsbecause he's ot a little bit more experience than me, but yeah now I now my swimming is stillstill not where it needs to be, but it's a lot better. I'm getting in threehundred meter, laps continuously in a ifty meter pool Olympic distance poolyeah a sixe. I remember Mi epaps Yeh Yeah. I remember my first less firstwimming lessand. I couldn't even get halfway so yeah there's a lot ofprogress that I've made in the two months that I've been training but yeah.I think the reason for that with the change from weight lifting to this kindof stuff is just the challenge, and I find with with specifically withthese the triath ot is it's very. I guess it. I guess it applies to WeitLis thing as well, but it's a mental game. Man O yourself, you know you'vehad your own journey with fitness. So it's not all it's not all sunshine INGRAINBOWS! It's very. I always say people toll me that oh I'm Gong for arun this, that of tha and I'm like great that's amazing, and I always like to make the pointthat it's more tha mental game than it...

...is a disicool kind of thing, becauseyeah once you're there, it's just stepstep, stepd step. You know it's ifyour mind doesn't give up you'll make it to the finish line, but the secondyour mind weakens and and t you know, gets beaten. Then you're not going tofinish BLAK. It follows yeah yeah. I think it's just a big learning, curv,it's a big personal growth thing and it's a big, overcoming fearting for meand there's a whole lot that comes into it and it's just it's been amazing. Sofar, so I don't regret anything and obviously yeah, there's the fear of thefear of losing size or losing strength. You Know Yeah like for me IE. I wasnever really the strongest in thegm yeah and- and I know for a fact nowthat I'm not as strong that I was when I was in the peak of my weightliftingkind of days. I mean that's, that's that's another thing where my mentalityhas changes, it's not about it's not about Oh want to be thestrongest person, and this that want to look good. I want to look good, I meanyou can look great and and props to you, because you know getting an amazingphysique does take hardof work in dedication and, and you really going tohave strong, you know stronge, iavbe, disciplined and all that kind ofstuff. So I'm not taking anything away from that, but yeah I just I don't know. I just think that youknow it's a whole. It's a whole different thing to what I was used todoing before, and I'm really happy that I've made this change yeah I nice andyour food ie guess your diet, wides, like you, were potentially you'reeating, more Proteinat, you're, probably you're. Obviously aning a lotmore cabohydrates now, because Yeu need to feel for you know for the to buildyour aerobic capacity like in order to push harder like you have to. You haveto eat a lot more cards, but like a POW muches. What how I guess you eat more to eat? Moreoften, do you have bigger meal shorter meals like Howis, your diet, like,what's that compared to when you were just trying to put size on er, tryingto move as much waras? He could well, I think for me at the moment I don'tnecessarily have a strict, strict kind of meal meal plan or anything like that.Right fishing is kind of somewhat the same, because I think, with the type ofsport that I'm doing now, I'm burning so much more yeah and and I'm in in a I'm in that state for a longerperiod of time, yeah. So yeah, like you said, my clubs is probably higher thanit's. It's ever been proteins. Obviously still there andeverything like that, and I kind of look over all my stuff- and I'm notreally like- has to be this many grams of this. This many grams, a that yeah,I kind of just feel it out, and I just I think it just comes withtraining as ell. You just sort of get a feel for your body, and you know youknow what's right and maybe what's Pushiin or evody in' sleep enough andyou're, like Oh shit, t Ni Eo get a few more hours, I'm not goin a beable topush the same and kind of like an interesting. I guess like an interesting Little Anguor to look at it like your body at one stage, only uses can only store aboutfive or six hundred calories worth of Carbo hydrates atonce. So you have like your Rioe, your potatoes all at once, but if you try toeat a little bit more fats of we try to have some liking peanut butter. Someoils like if you try to burn through like have more facts in your diet aswell like your body, will use the carbohydrates first because it that'sthe quickest respource that has at Gan break it down really quickly, and maybeyou can actually go into like a fat burning stage, not so much because youwant to lose that, but t YEU can use it for energy. But it's just like anythingmare like we're. So blessed to have the Internet, because we can just use allthese resources and you can find a personal trailer. That's done! TRIAFORONCSO! You can find Wat ef iels, but now it's pretty awesome and I had likean invigorating experience with that as well like I haven't Gorne so much intoa sport. Now Life I've been Kik botxing for about eighteen months, but I dowant to have a fight eventually, potentially a few fights for that'skind of T, a fair way down the track. I went into the I went into it justwanting to get healthy and fitter and then by doing a task like that, like Ifound myself more committed and everything else, but yeah, I still haveM my split Bays and everything else, but just by innibal training. So whatfocusing more on like raising the Heartbrad, loweringand back down doing a bit of botit like strength exercises with conditioninglike having that kind, ofversatility and range emotion, mobility, like kindof having that more well rounded! 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...just touched on like mobility andflexibility and all that stuff, like I took that stuff for granted. You knowback in the day when I started off on my training journey like I didn't careabout, prople stretching and yeah yeah warmed up and Whatnot Popa. You know you know just picked the cat OUP fuckit ou, but like now, now more than ever, thatstuff is so important with the training that I do in the Trabi sport that I doyou know, having full range of motion and and being flexible is so soimportant. You know that prevents injuries, and it's just you know I do. I do yoga three times a week, probablynot as often now like I used to go to. I GIV go to classes at thegym, yeahprettyea they're all closed up. Now I have to do it at home. You know,starting that you realize just how stiff you actually are man like yeahsome people there I'm like how do you you know like Ahtha, that's so crazy. Ican barely get an you kno quartr of the way yeah like it really puts things.INPERSPECTIVE is. I want to come back, though yeah. That's how woty is amazing.The body can move in so many different pays and is is so like limber and stuff,but we're just so stiff. So that's a big goal of mine as well as to becomeliterally like just my mobility and my yes. I just want itto be, like top like Mayeah, that's a goal of MN yeah yeah and that, like aparticularly in like a high like a sport that you're doing whereyou're just putting a lot of toll on your body, an you're required to uselike a large portion of your aerobac capacity, a large Porton of your lungs,like you're, putting a lot into each workout. So you need to be able tobounce back a you're, not putting quite. The strain is where you were like whenyou're doing, I wit squat or deviorything Youre, so you're notbreaking down as much muscle five. I so you don't need o recover in that sense,but you need to be able to fickin rage that five ond ninety percent, thatClakin and that's a way you train. Now. You have like your four different zonesright, so you have your body fifty to sixty seven Aaido and then your ki astsa in Orler the rage that you need to be yeah like let the stiff. You are themore like the guys that get built up in, say your legs and it doesn't have thebility Ta Flor Free Body in these get tight and shit, but that, as you getolder like you actually, when I was young, I didn't care about that stuff.But in I was like I ik cal Di Idin Gin, the Shi O, no fally. I barely know howto bloody get my life to get like. I didn't care now, like as you get Olde,you kind of learn a bit more and you feel like you. Can we just Lioptimizing just like as a meet spoke athat like in becoming like anoptimized person like you have to treat every area like if you just go to thegym and fucking train like whatever? Well then, there's an area of a lifethere, that's kind of slippe out of a bit- and I said this before I was I somsit, may sound like really cocky and all that kind of stuff, but at the onehe day I just want to be a fucking animal, an overal animal across allareas. You know just isability cardio strength. You know all that kind ofstuff. You know and and like I said before, how I camefrom a prom primarily like strength based fitness background. That stuff isstill. I still do that stuff. It's not like I'me just stopped lifting weightsyeah, I still dported to yeah. I still WITT weits. Now it's just yet the why Ilift weight is different: It's not Bour, nice muscle and all that kind ofstuff and look good or or just lift the most. It's more about strengthening themuscle and you know making sure that it's strong so that I don't injuremyself and yeah. I can get a formwerl so bun in HeteYeseh, it's more so for performance. Now that I wait. Rather, there know thestrength and trying to pack on muscle yeah, not saying that's Bat Aray Dudeto do you finlly train to like eighty percent capacity. Now, like you, don'tyou don't ever go all out with with a lift. Well, I know there are days there aredays where, like you know, I do give it a full Max effort button. I think, witheverything that I'm doing, I have to play it smart so and that, when I sayplay it's my means I don't mean to like give forty percent of this and andeighty percent to this, it's just being smart about how I how I train, becausethe load is so much every week but yeah. It's all. It's all aboutperformance right now, rather than you know, my. I think the goal there is inin putting on a more of a macro level is the goal is to be te Ar overalround, better human and tobe as, like, you know, mortwords being a superhuman as you can be, and it'snot just when that when you talk about something like that, it's not justwitness, which is true. Like you know way to part of Ir being able to runthis part of it being able to Suim is part of it. N. What all those thingssignify to me you know swimming the Tria. Ol is just not triate, like I gonWuld put it the Muscleis, just not a muscle. Lookin a the prior pone is notjust a Tratlon, it signifies the...

...balance of life, and you know you knowyou need to be iunito bother to yeah. You know you can run Twenty Six Co. Merestraightawesome. You know you need to be able to hcome your mind and sit there fortwenty minutes and Melitate as well, as you know, be able to rite. You know beable to have a successful business and have a successful relationship. I thinkdoing something like that. athletically actually has a flown effect of all yourlife to be able to do something like that across all or Aravity of theirlife. So you know where you are able to have a successful business. You know aswell as have a successful relationship with your significant other, becauseyou know that is equally as important as yeah to be. You know animal or asuperhuman to be able to. I don't don't have a significant other say you know,y. You know you get what I mean like you know. So it's not like you know.It's not like you just start doing this, and this is what you do unless you,unless you plan on making this your career, Bat, you your career, has to beequally as important as what you're doing here and then so on and so on,because then you make like instead of your life being like you know, like youknow, there was used to be this graph. I forgot what it was called and thecraft used to say, like what area has the most amount of attention and graph used to was meant to meant tolook like a triangle or like a very evenly split, but normally it end up.Looking like a very high rise on one side, where people be focusing on theirfriendship or like a lot or just going out a lot, you know, but you know wetalk about balance of areas of life. You know the twelve areas of balance,so you got community relationship, friendships, family, fitness,spirituality as well. Creativeness and career ISI think othis vew and community right. The Bes thing, I think the key is that's. Whytryathones ARD something like that is really good, because it signifiesbalance, you have to be able to swim as well as you can cycles, you have tocycle as well as you can run right. That's really cool to see that you'redoing that, and I think that's the best part about it. The what the whole thingsignifies, because it's not just about being someone who can just run a mile.You know run swim Enpcychle, it's not just about thate. It's it's! That's it! It's just it's just personal growth. You know you know just constantly puttingyourself in the face of fear and a D and taking it head on, and that'sthat's the best way to go about everything in life. You know is neverto avoid that stuff, but welcome it, and I thiyou make the most progress.That's where you learn the most: that's where you get the most fulfilment outof thet. There's a there's, a really good quort! I forgot by whoby, but thecourt goes. Your level of success will never exceed your level of personalgrowth. So let's say if your level of personal growth is six and then youtrying to hear a level ten you'll never go past the level six, because that'sJus simpling, simply not in your horizon. You will never go past thatyour level of develop selfdevelpment is your ceiling of success. Yeah ecauseyeah that, even if you, even if you Jag someming fucking great you can get ahigher financial. You know you might get a great reward or something likethat you might get really wealthy. The other areas of your life are coin. Tobe as good, because you're not going to be a satisfied. I it has tat fut,that's it like. You know and you'll never be successful if you're a personwho has a billion dollars, but you know no one really likes. You know think ofmy mwhat's. His name Mat mydog yeah at my dog mad. My dog was he. He was dead. Teli love him. No, what'shis name WHO's the WHO's? This come back, riten, modock, yeah rupromoder. Youknow think about him. No one NEA likes him. What's up weol that money, youknow it's not about people liking. You is about. You have to do something forsociety and you got Ta do a service and people. You Know Anis Important. Youknow there's two levels to it: it's important to not give a fuck,Qoreunquote and the reason when I say not give a fack quote unquote. Thereason is, you shouldn't have a fear of people's judgment, but I think that'sthe biggest thing that stopping people from doing what they truly want to do,whether that's something as I as simple as posting a type of photo ofthemselves or or making a video or whatever it may be. I think that's. Thebiggest thing is that people are always concerned about, or how is this goingto make me? Look what are people going to think of me? You know all thejudgment and stuff like that, and I think that's you know even ourselves. Iknow we can each say that we've we struggle with that stuff in the past aswell, but I think now we're all making making steps into not giving a fuckingtaking the chance and taking the risk, and just who cares? Who Cares whatpeople think? Because at the on of the day, the only people that are going tobe hating on you are the ones that wish they could be doing the same, andthat's the only reason they're hating with you know or whano one will everhate on you who's doing better than you yeah XAC, yeundred percent. That's youfind you find a way to eliminate a lot of the things that don't matter til atand that you see the people that are still stuff in the things that don'tmatter. It's like it's deeper Buti Alia...

Shit there, but you you know, eventhough much as you don't give a fuck about being liked by people and when Isaid like, but you have to want to be liked by people. Otherwise, like you,you want to do good to the society, because that's what the goal is. Thegoal is not to make shit on the money and just sit on bunch of money right.You want to be a person who provides service for the people, so I thinkthat's important. I think that's there's a very big like a fine linebetween giving a Fuckin a sense where you know you care about what peoplethink you don't care about what people think, but it's important to give back,because the whole goal is to get back yeah yeah, which is go. That's awesomeof fulfilm in e boys backfell as awesome, but I was like an hour and ahalf. Thank you so much. I happy to wrap it up there and aneeny morethoughtlk. Maybe wel maybe do another one intwo days, yeah, terric, yeah fuckyear sounds good taret. This has been part an amazing, so good to have you onso good to have your point of views and just to have us three together. It'sbeen really good, UPMIS, tit and times like these. We Need A. I can staybonded together and I'm fucking super proud of what Youtwo boys are buildingthere in Zeromedia, I'm watching from a fire one n watching close in, and I bacan love it I'll, be there to support you gluys as any way. I could even ifit's just a moral support, er FECCANG TUMS UP NO NASTY comments, keep thatrbullshit out an the way bit of a laugh, whatever it is, and Y cod blesse cause.I'm facking lovely boys love you to brother. We obviously you know, we'vetold you this, you know. We appreciate all the support that you give us, andyou know that's sorry to say, but that's another thing that we have likethat. pisses us off is the fact that you know like people are scared to like post something or like share somethingor whatever, in support of their own mates or whatever becauseofnow, howit's going to make them look as l K. Oh, I don't want people on my facebook tosee me sharing this, because how is that going to make me look to them? Oryou know it's all about that Shit. It's all about Belat, you knowthay andpeople trying to like look good and create this sort of character forourselves. But that's why you know like when we say that we appretiate USsupport. We really do mean it because you know you've always been there. Evenif it's as simple as a Likor a thumbs up, you know in person. So so thank you for Taove voice. Oe Panlike this is this T. Olike Onsom, yeahyor boys stay PAC cob up the coughscover up the sneezes, an fackin stay at home. To Tell Tell Your family, youlove, and I thanks guys for watching. This is go great, great podcast we'regoing to put this video out with the audio it's going to come ai one yep at's, all the Suden think es no muchyou're watching thanks for maybe stoll funny, maybeas maybely anyway hope everyone stays safe, stayout of the pandemic and you know iour thoughts to people who are youknow suffering I guess but bless Cou easyitonl. It all pass and we'll beback up and reunning as a country week, bad times, Tay last good guys to basethe one fack er, let's lap up this, his been the claverTommis podcast whywhy did you turn American man I thougt Yo was appropriate. Lokgodbless, give us a life thumbs up share. I around tell us tell one threane aboutus that would fuck indop the world and more than anything, just makin be bigwool. moter a can take care of each other told one person in vice teet onlove them muct, Ian Change, the they change their life, all right, so yeah.

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