The Clever Dummies Podcast
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Episode 11 · 1 year ago

The CDP // Ep11: You don't need Motivation!

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In this episode we talk some solid Sh*t about motivation and We also talk about technology changes; And CDP style life in general.

Happy Wednesday, everyone welcome tothe podcast how young today and Nak, I'm good man, I'm good. How are you itpretty good? Is it Wednesday? I don't even know what day? Isn't it anymore? It is, I believe it's wait. Is itTursday Yeah Soth, we even better a is Friday. That's right. We shouldcheck those beautiful things that we've got called CELAR devices, yeah N. I nowI mean it's all right, like I'm, actually start the come around to it,like there's still some shit going on that sucks, obviously and externally,but intenally I've starting to come good and Bro. I actually am starting tofind peace in not having to wakeup as early and kind of getting to dowhatever I want. You know. I can't just go. Do nothing, but as long as I dokind of my ship that do during the day like its pretty good, so actually notknowing what day the week is actually Lo bad its actually me it doesn't it'sno way if it was like awakeen. But what are time to be alive, though yeahhundred percent? It's I mean absolutely nothing like it and you just know we'regoing to look back and these days and talk about it and what it was like andeverything else. It definitely makes you appreciate everything that we had,and we still do have like we're still so lucky to be an Australiaand Austrayas definitely, though, we've had some losses with we're in a really goodposition like we compared wi the rest of the world like we're, probably goingto get back to it normalsy before everyone else does, most countries doand we've certainly haven't had the rate of fetality or infection that mostwestern countries have. I think that's a beautiful thing about having twentyfive million people in what the six or semers largest country in the world.Most countries are really highly convinced, like the US and Italy, andobviously Chinais like there's no way by the way. There's no way to o havethree thousind depths. I just got Ta say yeah, there's! No. I think why Ithink they do this thing. Population study on how many people in a Calomerobased on the area, sort of thing yeah. I think we are down to like somethinglike four between three to five. Don't I remember seen Iot, but I can'texactly remember where something like you know. America is up two hundredfifty four and then you've got China, which China, which is in two hundredsand Indias in, like four hundreds, Berculo MEDASOS. You just think aboutthat number for a second, I could be pulling these numbers out C me on it d,something like that yeah! Well, that's right and, like you look at likeCalifornia, for example, like the population of Ikka Yeah, whatpopulation of California the State of California, which is obviously on thewest coast, is just under forty milion people that was numbers based offTwsandy, eighteen and the size of California is kind of like Victoria,except it's on a different angle. So it's probably like Victoria and a half,and it's got doubleour population. Essentially in that small space s it isyou know it's Prety, pretty unbeleable! That's exactly! I think! Pack, you lookat Pakistan Pakisan. I speak about Pegstan because I'm from BeckistonPakistan is the size of perhaps B Maye new southwells and Victoria combined. Ibelieve- and it's got in two hundred and in fourhundred million people or somehere yeah wow, what sum what wats? What's it likeover there? I actually haven't heard much of that Pakistan of her and heardsome bad stuff about. Obviously, India, like they'd, be they'd, be doing it.Tough, like China was originally, but what Tik packhe's been like the FAC, iethey're doing actually very good the reason being the thing is you got toremember Pakisans and nation, where they are not they're obedient, theirleaders show, and you know the and the leader same round hand. You remembermancandthe cricket player, They SA The O. Se, the president he's thePrimminster of Shueitis, so he yeah he's he's. Youknow he grew up in England and he's got his very he's, a very smart characterand he's one of those people that can actually lead a nation. So He's newschool and he's not tha. You know he's...

...not the kind where you know it's, notpolitical, but he he's good enough to leave people because people follow himnot because of his S, his position, but because they, like him, yeah theras.It's always been the national hero, yeah yeah, someone who brought the youknow the cup back to Pakisan in you know one of the one. You know that Ithink he won the ninety four uned and ninety two Word Cup, something that night ue nineis yeah s so Heno he put the Word Cuptheck yeah. It might be. I don't exactly remember what word cupy was butyeah. So you know people respect him a lot and you know he's obviously tth thees there's a split. Some peopledon't like him because he grew up in England and he's got that y. A So he'sgot that Westernized. You know this borters of him him drinking a big girl,beer, throthrowing back schoolyea, but you know t people don't like him that,because in an Islamic nation, but also in saying that people get that facthe's the fact that he 's new school and he understands how to run a country which is which isgood and people listen to him. So when he sai stay at home, people said okay,stay home and you know he put yeah. So people just stayed home andlike not much enforcement through the military either, which is prettybrilliant, given that they pull our military any given moment they can atany time Yeaa I mean that anytime, fun fact. I didn't know this Pakisanactually has the fourth largest military in the world. Did you knowthat the fourth fagers or Fifth Lodgers YeahWel, so yeah they've, got a middle bilitary size of just under just undera million, so seven hundred like seven hundred thousan people, o militarypersonals and stuff so which is scary to think about how? Once again, goingback to hat, I suppose they've got TA, condensed pop than seven hundredthousand a seven million percent hundred. Like sorry, forne millionpeople- something like that and then you know. Obviously you get hebig military as Welso, which is good, yeah, don't know good, but yeah. I betit is what it is yeah two hundred and twelve me and it looks like we'r justyeah, which is probably what that'd be top ten easily it's funny because, likethe biggest military in the world, is the US like in terms of the amount ofmoney they spend and I believe the amount of people in the military andyou up. China and you've got Russia. There's like a big drop off like you'vegot sort of four or five countries. Then it goes away. It's sort ofinteresting how I'm mean? Surely that's going to have to change to likewithwith the world coming back to some form of normal Sey? But what really isnormal see anyway? It's just different, but hopefully that's. You know peoplestart to realize that we need to spend more money on areas that prevent thissor t of thing happening and we can look after our people and not spend youknow what exorent amount on somewhere else. So I mean that'LD, be nice yeah, absolute, absolutely, and what isnormal and I've been talking to a lot of people and just trying to be theI've been talking to a lot of my friends and making sure verins, okayand some people aren't doing as great. You know even been speaking to myfamily members, just making show they nowffer. You know some people are.Obviously this is two spectrum of people right now. There's some peoplegoing to complete cyclses right now and I'm boing trying t talk to them andther is those people who are just sort of chilling back, which is g, which isgood that they are. You know, other people, sprending fear, there's so much.There's a mixture of what's going on right now and what I was at thebeginning was telling them things will go back to normal. Then I thought tomyself what is going to be the new normal? I don't think it's going to benormal. I think things going to change, but I have I have a question for youLockland, and perhaps this is a rhetorical question. You know the wayof life that wer living right now, where we don't go to the gym, we Wul,we can't go te the Tyam right and you know we have to keep social distancefrom everyone. Imagine if this was new life yeah. What would we do to adapt tothis methodology of live? How would our entertainment look? How would how wouldour fitness look? How would our work? Look, I mean imagine if this was lifeyeah so like it won't happen just because like if it does happen, it has to beobviously integrated and sigt like a slow transfer. Something like this soquickly. You know if Ey, if they said...

...this, has to be like this for the restof the time people just going to revolt, ther's going to be massave civil warsacross the world and potentially, if it does happen, then it have to come offthe back of that, like people wouldn't adt this stage at this current stage,there's not enough even ins to prove that it needs to, and we could, even ifwe have to be like this for a year, atd eventually move across, but unbe likewithout a doubt money resources would move to technology, advancing in termsof virtuality they're sort of predicted that over the next ten fifteen twentyyears before before, obviously the last few months o it makes you think like if,once the once people start, I'm sure people arready working on it. Nowthat's an Ebony, I'm sure that'll advance really quickly and that's kindof scary in a sense, but it's also really really intriguing as well andthen nobviously in terms of having to police. If you I mean this is kind of apolitical angle, but if people needed to be away from each other like then,if be talking about police state and then that's sort of where it gets alittle bit dicy. So it's on the one thing that I understand like it hadchanged things and we're heading towards that situation. But it's it'sgot to be yeah. It can't just can't be forced upon anyone, because it just youtake away freedoms and that's even that's atly. I be that's going on now. That's it th and that's why that was arhedorical question Imaan. What would we do hes so fascinating? To think thatthe reason I asked that question right was to to for you and I to think aboutthe value of just being able to get ouner the house and talk to people.What is the value of that? And now you know if we go back, you know if we stepback for a second and to think Ahoat, our ancestors went through to give usthis life we have today, you know because they would have got you knowyou look at. I'm talking about you know, camps in Germany in the time that youknow, people had to go through that suffering and there's you know thesewars and all those things that happen and I'm you know Theye were religiouswars and I'm not saying that we have to suffer the same, but I'm just sayingthat it is. It is but really puts things into perspective if this was newlife, because I you know, the people have gonethrough similar scenarios before and for extended period of diamond rightnow you- and I I'm so I'm struggling to be here like be inside right and justto think that some people have gone through this for an extended period oftime. Just really starts putting thingsin perspectives for you that youknow, we need to start going back to gratude that you know always go thatGrat, you, drought of just saying, Hey man like we've, got it good! We've gotit good, it's yeah most, definitely and I'm kindof the way I'm kind of thinking about it. Right now is like, when y there'sgoing to be industries that, like there's going to be a lot of evenpersonal training businesses that might actually looked at if they realized themoney they could make online, they might actually stay there. But in terms of when, when you know we doeventually ore able to integrate back Intho each other's lives and everything else,wer people just going to be so grateful when people are going to spend moneyand kind of go a little bit crazy, because it's like that ruther beindeffect. But people are going to be so at least for a short period of time.It's going to be like we've made it through like a war in a sense like notnot in terms of obviously the type of loss of life or how the loss of lifecame about, but certainly a battle where we're all been impeded upon andit's been taken out of heur hands. So we're going to be so grateful for youknow, I'm already grateful for what I had and what I still do have so peoplea e just going to come back to whatever they do. You know whether it'scommunity or training or work, or just obviously socializing that'll, be a bigaspect of it too. socializing is going to be the major one. That's why I cansee a lot of positives coming out of it. You know, there's, obviously thenegatives that we know about, but I think once we actually get through it.It's actually going to put a wave of a lot of a lot of positive activity on alot of people. I think for the situation. We have one hundred percent.It was we needed as a society we needed...

...a wakeup call. I can I remember, I youlisten to earlier episodes, and I was talking we were talking about thesethingss Tha Wenow, which society has become complacent in a sense where wejust complain about everything, and we just you know, sit there and winch, andyou know not appreciate the things we have, because everything is an issue.So you know when everything is a issue, it really puts things really putsthings into perspective when you start looking at what happens when there isan issue, because everyone you know, starts if you knowwere going back totechnology and like the advancement for a second- and this is something that Ican talk about because it's you know sort of my areas or my expertise, andyou know I remember telling I I remember tolling me that Loclan I workwith companies and I said to them: Hey like: Let's move forward whiht, let'smove forward, let's move into: What's The fewwhat does the future hold foryou and what do we want to start doing? And it was always that like or maybetomorrow, maybe tomorrow, because you know why would you fix something-that's no broken inso, because it was never about that. It was always aboutnot about future proving and living. He was always about living in the momentand doing business on the day as well, but what it was about was movingforward in a way where you don't where you're not living the past, becausethat's what causes the problems in everything right and then you look attechnology and no and then there's two groups of people, the other group ofpeople who jump ahead either you get the jumping ahead. peaple some aspectof Hem are really smart because those of the people do start pushingtechnology. The only problem is right now you know- and I talk about thisbecause you know I see so many people pushing for VR right. The avirtual reality right and I keepsaying this. I think I think we are virtual reality in a sense what peopleare talking about, because people keep talking about those. You know virtual reality in a sense where, likeyou know, if youhave got the VR on the googles and all that stuff right, yeahYep, Yep, that's about five years away. The reason being is just inpractical atthe moment and there's not much not much that you can do with it and it'sjust inpractical in the sense where competing isn't just computers on it.peopes ended up to fasilitape FO SIL. Did that really do anything like youcan go on a a dodgy roller coastef ride for about ten minutes, but that's aboutit and you feel sick after that, because you know you get emotion,sickness and stuff tha. There's a lot of advancements need to be made on thatone. But now what I'm going to talk about is this is the problem right now.The problem is when we sat when I said: Let's got move online. No one listened,but now everyone is doing this online streams and I wont everyone is doingcontent, which is which is brilliant, Tha. Now the HIR's, the problem witheveryone doing. That is because now everyone is doing what everything wasbeing done online before Teg, because they haven't come up with new ideas.They just started doing what people were already doing online. So, let'ssay: If there was a person who's running a business of doing you know,acts you know on side or like physical or a physical location. Now, instead ofdoing the same thing on online location, they have taken on what they were, whatother people are doing online a have started doing that online yeas, so theyonce again there's a problem where you know the problem into, even though theymoved online, they didn't really actually integrate their own businessand their own ideas. So that good, that's a lot of it is also you know,there's there's going to be a large percentage of people that do what theyneed to and not outside that, and a lot of is just leading to do it veryquickly like well. My business is going to go under. If I don't act in the nextcouple of weeks, it's yeah people are still taking not the easy route, butit's just a very minumlist, very copy pace, type of attitude and that's whatpeople, because I guess a lot of people still believe that it's they still have that belief that it'sjust going to go back to the way it was before like this is just temporarything. So I think the people that say it is a temporary thing, AF, the onesthat choose that path and the ones that maybe have a deeper of understanding ofkind of history and where things are headed there, the ones that areactually putting more thought into it and and doing it a lot doing itdifferently. I guess,...

...and I want I want to be very clear onour this incredible podcast things are not going to go back to what you expectthem to go back to which a what the way it was before d. It will never go backnow. You just want to remember that you know all of a sudden people realizethat you know they can work from home. That realization means a lot, so thisis. This is a shoutout for people who own businesses, your employees won'twant to come to work, and you know you say: Well, you know fuck them, I'm justgoing to hire another person that other person is going to be the same. Youknow so people have just learned that they can work from their home. Thething about working from home is, and sometimes you know what people actuallywant to get outon the house and work in a place, a hundred percent, becausethey gives them that break from home. What's going to happen is or the thingis, but all of a sudden people realize they don't have to sit in traffic fortwo hours to get to work. All they can do is just wear suit in an office andnot fucking Fart. Whenever you want to and have to bloody nodded everyone andlike that sort of aspect of it, like I believe in not you know, working fromyour bedroom because you just can't you need to separate relaxation from workand everything else, but everything else that goes along with it like yeaha week of going back on the trains are going to be like. What's going to happen, is there'sgoing to be a lot of coworking spaces pop up and people would wot want towork from near their home? So you know maybe the near my home there's acoworking areal yeah that makes sense, and people will just spop up and rockup there. And then you know in this close to their home. They just get outhave a shower, because people still need to have a shower and get to thatto get into the zone. Because, then, that's why I talked about scheduling,there's a video that we made under sor media, which was talking aboutscheduling as well nd SIS, because it gives you that gives you that gives you that switch to do somethingright, because you need those markers that tells you that now you're doingthis, the Markus for working is that you know you're now going to work andhad a shower and O get up it. Yes, Yep, so that you still need that. That's why?Right now, everyone is feeling to quote unquote, depressed and feelingincieuses, because they're not getting that. So what you need you know whatthey will do is they'll still go to work where the work means they juststep out of their house and go to the neighborhoods. You know coworking space yeah, but it just saves that you knowthat that mask asin go people in Lice intoo workplace in the City Min testarting from, and obviously companies will realize. This is well becausethink of how much money they will save on running coast of huge buildings. YouKnow You d right now, you know nab is a huge bank andbhav sent all theemployees home. You know, majority of them, you know, but think about how bigthe building that theyre run is and think about how much cheaper it is forthem to just let employees work from home yeah. You know yeah, so there's,obviously a lot of industries that are and that brack over this lot ofindustries that are insurance, banking, obviously telercommunications, likeheaps of heaps of injuries. That won't will be. You know, heaps of retail likeretails and Hospitaliti is a giant part of the economy. So there's a lot ofpeople that will go back to. I guess you know jobs and job places that theywere at previously, but I mean imagine cutting away fifty percent of thepeople that have to go into the city every day like imagine how much, howmuch more of an enjoyable part like sthem will be when me and people aren'thaving a rush in there every day, like that's, going to be absolullyabsolutelen there, and you know what will happen obvious so hospit obbousypeople. What I'm talking about I'm talking about his clerks clerk in asense whether you're, a bank, teller you're in phone Cote, like you know youdo whether you do like you know, Col Center. All of that stuff can be donefrom home, because you've got what technology and all that stuff. You canbe done from anywhere, and you know we've said this up before so I knowthat it can be done, but you know those people can go home and but imagine howmuch easier it would be to develop a city. You know you could put buildingsup in days because it just be easier...

...because ther isn't much traffic tocontrol and thes amount people to worry about you'll, just Tho, all of a sudden,the world will start becoming it'll, be a new step into technology, Andand, which you know but yeah God notating, that you kep continuing, O solnds, really yeah, so it'll be I'll,be incredible step, but you know so go going back to having a shower it makesYiu gives you that feel of you know you r! You need to dosomething I just want to quick. I want to bring up a little bit of a topicwhich is or a talking point, which is Mor Tivision I' tell you what SOM want?One quicking movie cinemas, I think they'll be the first one that got theshore but they've been going for a while,though that's the thing yeah they've been going since Netflix came aroundit's like Blook, Pasta, blockbuster didn't want to keep up withtime. They were gone in no time e, but a they had the opportunity to keep upwith their time. But you know what happened: They had a new CEO come onboard hed the CO, who believed in believed that the online would neverwork. That's why he stuck to thing they were so close. Even in fact there was atime. Netflix was willing to sell netflix to blockbaster, there's areally good podcast called business wars on spotify and APORT podcast. Ifyou guys want to check it out to listen to the whole story, so the whole storygoes that bokpaster was HAPP, was abount to buy Netflix for pennies right,for I think it's like sixty at me and I somthing kid yeah O so super cheap andthey were Goinna. They were go and they were good, just going no go online, butwhat happened was th thei board of directors. Once again they were oldpeople and I never have anything against all people and I'm getting tothat old people. Think as well, but you know I never have anything against allpeople, but the fact was, the old people decided that no, this isn'tgoing to happen. So what we should do is we should move to back to what we dobest is you know distributiities and they shot themo they, instead ofinstead of doing that, wbut they did was fired, the Cyer who's going to buyNetflix and they employed a new one. who believed in what the boat said andwhat happened was blockbaster field yeah go but same thing with movietheaters: They they didn't. They didn't adapt. Quick enough, then Athapt, quick enough and they'regoing to go they're not adapting. What they should have done is if they wantedto keep movie theaters around, they should have turned them into spaces of,like you know, event spaces, yeah, yeah, no ough to do just like an arena just likea a hotel might do like they might put onmusic. Instead of just having a you know, bees and food like they put onevets they put on. You, know different sort of yeah. They just didn't. Weswick enough and like they made everything all pretty and they put newseats in and everything else, which is all nice but like once once a big, Ithink, once a big like a Netflix or Amazon prime one of those companies canlock in the deal with FAF, so ony Your Warner Brothers, where they can getinstant, releas and pay that you know ten dolars higher feer or whatever itis once they can do that, because there's obviously a big there's.Obviously, a big relationship, an imagine, a big contract betweenproduction companies who make movies and obviously cinemas, who put it ononce that gets impiltrated, which there's already been a few kind ofsmaller movies that have kind of done that, like once, a big movie moves overand want's a big contract. It's down, I e Nou it a sin: Wonderl minable yeah,the new wonder: Momen went straight to on demand. Yeah really. I did hear thatwas GOINGTA happen. Tha Did they? They officially did it today yeah. So Ithink, but I'm not. I don't think you'v went on Netflix, but I'm pretty sure Iwent and there was a new movie offered. He of windiesel. It's called blood blood, shot, Bloodo s a o, sofast, the fers for Dai, the blood, the new movie bloodshot Righti, theejection film, huge bitet film, went straight to Youtube yeah. Oh really,yeah went straight Toyeah, youtripes...

...and O on I kept for getting out there.Yeah Yep, yeah, H, they've got the biggest moviecollection in the world for sure you know, her's tie aforone ears. Is itlike Amazon, prime and all those other ones are like good and everything elseand Netflix the thing about Netflix thosse people so locked into t at thatstructure of paying the monthly fee like they're going Na have to figuresomething else at to be able to generate enough money to get. You knowto get people to be able to pay, because that's obviously for thefacibles few I mean I'm sure another subscription company come up but likeNetflix will have to in order to get like a really big movie. They can'tjust stick to their ten dollars a month. You' think they're going to have to dosomething. I don't know unless they've just got that much money where theyyeah it's tricky. It's tricky. You know what you know what you know. Whathappened with that Netflix Netflix is doing great and they're doing greatbecause they stuck to one thing. The only problem is that in Te thiy stuckto one thing, yeah, that's right, you'll go back to so not right. Nownetflix can't get the rights to be movies because they discongenerateenough income, yeah yeah for big movies. But then you got that's why they haveto produce their own films because they can't get the licenses to big movies.But when you know what Youtube does and what Youtube does is you can buy movieson Youtube Yeah, you buy a movie for forty eight hours and then you have tobuy it again to watch it yeah yeah. If you want to watch it again, so youtubegood. It sou. So that's why they've got the biggest collection if moviesebecause people. Rather, you know every time you watch a new payper view whichand has gono establish they've got that established brand of to like people areused to doing it for smaller amount like five or sixdollars for of like there's been fights on there for quite some time and thatsort of thing and if it's a big movie like but you're going to pay. U I mean:How Much Do you pay to go to the movies? Yeu Pay, your twenty dollars and thenHou pay a hundred and fifty eight dollar for some popcorn. So it's easyTra exactly II watched th, I watched ha movie bloodshort on Youtube, which is aNE movie. To that just came outgood. I was ment Ogo, so what I paid for it wastworty two bucks, which is exactly what I would have paid at cinema. The onlydifferent was my friends could watch ar here with me as well yeah you dodelines. I thought it was good yeah it was it wasn't what I expected w yeahKay was it like? There was a bit more indepth than a standard action. Filmlike I was a little bit more clever or yeah. You know so you go and BIS.Thinking with that. You know the port. You Go and thinking that you know theplot, because it's win thes a little bit cony at the you know, you're likeYep, you know the plot, then the movie takes a twist and the twist you justdidn't. I didn't see the twit coming. Ou was like: Oh, you still Hav fortyeight hours as it running out. Sorry. What was that you still havethat on higher r? Is that time running out it's time, runup, okay, Tho ar forty ioyeah, fair? That's! I I'Li'll have a look and see if I cansend it through to you, but you know I yeah Itas a good, so that was that wasgood, but what I think youtibe should do youtube should do what audible does.So, if you know, if someone from Youtube hers is, this is what youshould do. You should give everyone who is on premium a free movie a month yeah,because you know how audible gives you a free book a month. So you give amovie credit and what you do is. If you give that movie credit, what willhappen? Is People will keep paying that premium? Suscription, because you knowI so I pay for Youto premium, but you didn't bring. It doesn't get me inmovies. What it does it just gets me few extra things and ie somebody an ofto listen to it right. You can figure switch or port off yeah. You can T yoyeah, that's right, but what I would do asyou. If I was youtube, I give away one free movie a month and let people stillcharge people for other if they want to get any extra movie so give them likewhat yeret one credit a month. What what Auribal does Wer, orible or butyes, audible, is smarl. So what audibles done is majority of the bookare about Fourteen Bucks Right, but you pay atwenty two bucks. You pay. I think it's like seventeen buses, seventeen dllarsa suscription a month and you get so. I think it's fourteen lrs a stucion month,I might be something ele falling on. I...

...might have to look exact number, so Ithink it's like yet you pay ten o Mit p elemen same asnefix right, so you pay elevendollars or something like that a month, and youget one one book for Fe. One Order: Ord Your Book for free. But what happens isyou you can buy other books as well. I think that's what you dupe should dothen they'll be rthey'll. Be Better for it. Yeah playstation play fastion store,actually do the same thing so just like xbox says for a long time o actuallypay to play online now. So, if you pay much for you pay eleven ninety nine amonth and you actually get two free games permonth and this this month wasactually the entire UNDCHARTE series, which is a pretty one of the biggestgame series of all times. So the playstation have followed almost thatsame business model, which is really clever. That's right anyway. So that'sthat's a little bit about technology and Atvencson tichnology. I want to goquickly once again. o'n. stick to that shower. I came up with a coat that's from a newcany. You know this is from me original. I Wan to talk about this right with. ITak the te idea of any references mi or is it truly? It's aaniqe Ahan Wano Adca,two thousand and Semima, two thousand ND tonrasets Yeah Acomatis as a Jornyin Brac close bracket. So the court is you don't need motivation? You justneed to have a fucking, chower m right. The re Thi say that Il go elaborate. The reason I say thatis because you know we keep doing you know hey. I need motivation. I needmotivation. I need to do that. I need to do this and need you know someone motivate me or someone do me.Th, like people watching motivation, videos, and you know you read a book oryou watch a video officer and you feel motivated to do something and then thatwears off all right that weigs off but theres.What what stays is the habits that you build and we always talk about this andI think the habits are the most important thing, but if you ever, ifyou ever know like you know, let's say if you're going out right, likenormally when you goout right, like normally when you go out on a night outyou'd go out at like let's say you know eight o'clock right and most of the time, Youyou're retired,you feel an no. You know you feel tired, because you've just done the whole day.You've got to work and done all that stuff. But then, if you ever notice,you have a shower you put on nice clothes all of a sudden. You feel soexcited to go out. Do you agree on that? Locon hundred percent Hande percentyeah it' cold chais are orsome ive. Actually I actually don't really havehot ones anymore, but yeah, just the actof getting in there having a shower,maybe blarins, O music. It just like a reset, that's exactly right. So what that isdoing is that's a trigger for your mind to let you know that you'e ready to dostuff. Yesterday I had a yesterday for no no of Tis reason. I decide to have ashower and get very input on some nice clothes and this that that's when Icame up with this theory, all of a sudden I feel excited to do stuff.Excitey do stuff right and right now, which is a time where everyone feelsuncertain, and everyone is saying that you know they feel anxious and they don't feellike doing anything productive. Because there's a lot of pressure to do. Youknow there's a lot of instagram pressure. The reason what I callinstragram pressure is that you know the the fake, the the was a goald. The was the word todescribe that superficial pressure to you know. Everyone keeps saying if youcome out of this, be capandemic without Buildng, you know: Building a newbusiness or a freaking new habit or learn something new. You know youwasted your time and you know absolutely true, which is true. I agreewith that. Yeah only thing is that pressure is unnecessary, yeah, that'sright and Samthing wit. It doesn't need to be those are examples. It doesn'tneed to be those examples. It just need to be something relevant to your life.I think, because that sort of pressure, depuing yeah, it's a different, it's avariable that that it's a nice instagram quote, and it is really trueand it's a good hassle, but a lot of people don't need how so right now theyjust need to do one thing right: they need to be one one foot ind the othertype stuff. What that's that's exactly right and they need to do they need todo one foot. That's right! One Foot! Rr...

In frontofo other what it comes, whatit comes down to is the fact that you know allthe, there's that pressure andthen there's e other pressure. What it comes down to is the fact that you haveto want to do things and do what you feel like doing and do what you'vealways wanted to do, that o needed the time for whether it's talk to family ordo watch Netflix right. Like you know, I never. I don't normally watch a lotof movies and stuff because I'm pretty busy most of the time because you knowif I work from like you know, seven like you know, Eght Thirtym, through tolike six PM by the time I get home go to the gym. I just want to you know:There's not much at time. I have to watch movies and stuff, but I have thetime to watch movies. So, even if you want to do that, you can go ahead. Dothat you know that's T, I'm saying so theres and then there's a pressure todo nothing. People are saying you know this is a time to do. Do absolutelynothing and hang out and just enjoy yours like you know and be anxious.First of all, no don't be anxious because furst this is where you need tostay positive. You know being positive you to make a choice, and you knowright now: theres there's a big thing, especially with millennial mle,millennials blenyouas. You know the we are as well locklan yeah. You knowthese are big. We have this. We need to continuously feel threatened and continutoly feel feel like we'e offended by something-and you know we need to take offense to something and we need to be scared andwe need to be. You know we have this weird thing about the millennials. Havethis weird thing about them? SOMIAR is obviously people who borne fromanywhere from on ousand nine tuneed and eighty one tr, one thousand ninehundred and ninety six, and you know obviously everyone else. Everyone callsus the entitled generation, and you know people who, U know theres so manyvariables as to why we are like this. But you know we have thise Veel. You know we have.This need to Mi feel that Har, like you know, we need to feel things. We needto feel annoyed when to feel sad. No, that the thing is just change yourperspective of what's going on in the world, and you see as to how muchbetter off you are and all of a sudden, you'll feel better than thing is, butthey don't want to do that because changing the perspective mean, then youcan't play the victim card. Sor Yeah. So that's the game, that's goingon there, but going back to the motivation thing. What what I need bythink? What the reason that occurred is. Obviously, social media was a biginfluence on it because it gave people a voice, people a voice who necesalily likeeveryone deserves to have a voice, but it gave people the platform to you know, put their opinions out whenthey don't really that we kind of don't necessarily need to in a sense like I'm,not explaining it very well, but so throughout human history we haven't hadthe Berelythet kind of explain something and we actually it's a reallygood thing, but also at the same time, like most of that sort of thing comesfrom the Western world or pretty much all does because we're all pretty luckyto live in a place where we don't art toy worry about a roof of Er heads orlike we're not threatened by anything to major. So people have had to createproblems, an crat things to go at just because that's that's kind of humannature and a sense like the we've. Always you know from the beginning:We've evolved from hunters and gaverers, and so we've always had something toworry about and something to be con. You know something to be concernedabout so when you live in a society where quite unquote, first whel problems areyour only problems like that's what I think. That's what breeds hat and thenjust having that that system, where there's me and people like you, can geton twitter and attack someone online and then people go after it there andit's like. Oh crap like this, is actually getting us some attention andthen that's kind of bleeds into everything else and it just become verypopel at that's one thing that I've loved about the one thing I'm mean. I hate the mediacoverage, but one thing I loved about what's going on right now is there's nomore me to movements Brut, there's, no more, there's! No more bloody gevtingpeople, canceled like that stuff is pushed away. So it's it's interesting, it's crazy because itjust doesn't a absolutely these other eah. These arethe variablesits walso. The variables are things like you know.

I ther's a variables, like you know theweird, the culture you know what we arewe're in the nation of you know:Participation Award Yeah with a generation of participat participation,Af man that that shit is the worst thing ever like. You know, you thinkabout you, giving people if the you think about the psychology of it youeveryone, everyone knows how habits work right. Have this Brerk, you know,Q, You got you get the trigger. You get the action, you get the rivord rightnow. If you mess the whole system up by giving the reward regardless. What'sthe point of doing anything, so it's easier to complain and get the Revord,because that's what we've always done, we've complained and we've goten therevard- and I say Wei because hat S, I'm speaking from like speaking andsaying in a Sende of millennials, that's what we don we've complained andwe've got on the REBOART. So you know, you've got you've, got a little joy inhis preschool. You know he goes. Oh you know, then you got joy. He was runninghe. You know he fell over and Putnin even couldn't finish. The race and thenyou got you, know: Jardo wher, ther, a finish H, race and Joyi and Jir bothget the same aword yeah. What's a Pi o? What's the point of Jaret trying harderthan joy, you know, and what what joy did we just started crying and so joygot the same award. Then what was the point of jared, actually winning therace and actually putting in effort? There was no point what jared realizedwas he could get the same reward with less effort by just crying yeah, YepYep and that sort of behavior itlike when it's not yeah. So, like myparents, I ways taught. I was shown a lot of love as a kid, but I was alsotaught to work for everything and, like you know, n cricket, for example. If Iget out- and you know if I did something wrong, my dad would tell meright you've done this wrong. WLL work on it will get butter instead of likenow, you are right, Yo y. u did really well, that's not fair Het's go to getmeccas like that's those little reat like that sort of kind of love likekill it like it's kind of like that, love of teaching people the truth aboutlife like a lot of thats sort of going away. So people yeah like that thatsort of behavior that you did as a little kid that hasn't been that hasn'tbeen taught that that's like you get to a certain age and HEU can't do that.Like that's kind of what school, as meant to do, is like you've meat towork for something in to get a reward, and then you come back and do it allagain. It's for some reason like a lot of a lot of parents. I like just haddecided- and I think that's where it really starts like it's the way, yourparent Id and then from there you go on, so I don't yeah. It's only been ten orfifteen years where that's really happened like it's been well, it's thisgeneration Isyeah, it's the generation that all of it's the generation who isbetween, I think thirty. Through till they would be o ne six to so theenthirty through Twoi, whatever the age CA, so actually thety, five through tol,so they were born in Nineteen Throue, Toundnine, N T, ousand, ninethueen andeighty one though one thousand nine hundred andninety six. So that's that'sthe maybe also was parents as well, because parents, their parents, wouldargue, and then you know be like. Oh, you know. Let's do this and all thatand then also being told that you could do you know. Actually it's really funny,because my one of my house makes to send me a video which I sort of watchedand Simon something his name is, and he wastalking about the fact that same thing that parents gave the you know, parentsargued for their children's and what also what also happened was a parents were arguing with theteachers for that for the children saying hey, you know you should gavegive my child an a and then teachers wer the sake of just saving theargument they just like yeah. You know what everyone gets a you know, an which,which is really interesting, because my parents O bcause. I come from an ethnicbackground right now. I want to I want to say this right because I know Lok Wen, you said of we. This isWestern world. I actually would argue because it's a lot of it as well. It'snot just pesson word. It's actually same thing is happening. I see inPakisan as well. I see it might be few years too late. Itmight be. Actually it might be ft the later generation of the millennials.But it's the same thing is happening, so maybe it's just a few years behind,but the same thing is happening there...

...as well. Yeah, it's the digital world,not the western year, that's a little bit Yeo General, just because obviouslydon't have an understanding outside of what I'm used to. So it's the age ofgreat it's, the digitaer which is yeah roaditionally, that's right posts, postthousand yeah. So then, like, for example, my parents right La if I, if Ilet's say, fail something if I fell over, you know what my parents, Ai myparents, actually gave me shit for it and they're, like you know in fact,instead of like going fighting like if I got sick, I'd get in trouble, yeah sso, which is a which is a really interesting way to think about it,where iyes end up growing up like okay. Well, I need to put effort in you know,because if I don't I get in trouble, but you know it's a almost an raversesychology sometime, it was and that's what it used to be. But you know thenagain, every nation every generation has their flows and goode, but I thinkwhat we are suffering from is this tot there's a reason and going back to thewhole idea started from this is, would no't have patience nor discipline or weneed we need? We continuously need need to feel motivated, and we continuallyneed to feel that we need to do something big. Yet the fact is, you cannever do anything big without doing the small thing yeah you know. What's asaying about ocean, make every drop you know dropping the OCIAN. You know youknow. Ocean is made up of many mini my microdrops or something like that. YeahYea, one yeah, what this one drop, but thathas yeah. I know exactly what IU tying to say: We win't get caught in the Weidte cause e tats ae stuff, but and that's kind of the I guess one of thecons of having being so integrated in a digital society is like you have accesswhere you used to. If you wanted to find something out, you s step to go tothe LOWBR and look it up or yous have to go speak to someone now you couldyou've got the world in your hand, so to say so. That's kind of like thatthat ease of access kind of gives people just a natural sense ofprivilege and, like we all, have it to just because that's kind of part ofliving in today's society a little bit like you, don't realize, and that's abeautiful thing about the situation reund now it's actually it's actuallyforce us to kind of take a step back and and appreciate what we had what wedo have absolutely itsthe. It's that great namethat I saw from the the mean the beam page on facebook. That mean was, youknow the greatest greatest minds in history, and it said it says you knowearly early son times and you got Albert Einstein: You'e go Nikola, Tesla,you've got PhD students and you got all these people and then you've gotcaronon facebook, yeah yeah with the opinion t yeah a facebook, because it's troeeveryone's got an opinion right now. Like I hear so, many and people aretalking- and we spoke about this in the last episode. So many people aretalking shit about the government. Man Kayk, you don't know what it takes tomake a decision on that calipers. So Stop Beking you picking on thegovernment because all you're doing is creating unnecessary noise. That'sdiluting the messages thet need to get across to people. That's one thing:I've really has opened my eyes about going back on facebook. I didn't usefacebook for nearthe year and then seeing that kind of political discoursethat goes on and a lot of it comes directly from the media, so theyre they're the blame for a large part ofit, but yeah like if, if you you know, you can have an opinion, but you justnot many people really know what's actually going on and what's reallyhappening so like it's just it just is it's A. I think it's a it's a traithit's, a personality trait that people who are dissatisfied with certainaspects of their life that have and like it sounds very confrontational.That sounds that sounds kind of doesn't sound, overly Nice, but I think it'sthe truth, like people who people who ware happy don't aren't on facebook randing about thegovernment like it is what it is like. I think that's. I think that is what itis. You know. Well, that's that's it and I think h tthat's way. It's not to yeah. Now I F for sure. That's whatYougo malanials doing et as well, because they've got an opinion abouteverything, because millennials need to feel need to feel like they've got,they've got to stick, get a say which...

...is I do, and you know I'm all look. I'MNOT GOINNA lie, I think Millennius for the win, because weare the mostadvanced generation days and by the way. I also want to say it's not because wedid something great is because we just happen to be there right, but in sayingthat wweere adapted well, so there's some really cool correcks about US wit.You know weare kind of cool sonally, you know weare the nation that acceptspeople we're not racis and all that Subri, which is a good side of things.So you know I mean we, the first nation, like we don't see doors, we don't seeborders we just enjoy. You know we don't see colors, we see people right,general quality, altre, quality and all that stuff right. You know I've neverseen you know. To be honest, I'M NOT GOINGTA lie. I've never felt you knowand I'Mgon. Obviously, there's been times that I would have felt the racismof coming through for ther bit, but I don't in general, I've never felt likepeople were racist, warsd me, but I think people did exactly what they didto other people, because they're mean to me because people are just mean toeach other yeah. That's, that's that's a fact, but I don't think my mygeneration was ever mean to me because I was brown right so which I want towhich Im want to stress on how incredible that is because thatequalitycomes across. You know. Obviously you know you get the thing off. You knowpeople putting Shit on you or you know, shut up. You know you this is you knowjoke about this or you now joke about th your culture, which I alwaysappreciate it because I got to do the same. You know I got to make the whole.You know. If someone made a Brownd person joke, I made a wite person joke.Then it was Haha. This is funny, but that's what we did. So that's what wereally good at and we know we don't care about boders. You know we wantopen border policies and all that stuff which we are doing really good. Theproblem comes in that we need to feel like ther we're in constant concentdistress, because we need this because at you know, the real problem isbecause we don't have real problems to solve yeah. So we just sit there,create our own problems and need to be like. Oh Look, you know I'm sad becausethis problem and this problem and that' in e in e breal poems that's Bo. That'sin Bil, like that's in a humans. Biological DNA like that's deeply hardwide throughout history. As those sort of things that have happened and thatsort of even like ou the way our body likewe're meant to be we're mete to be UNA, certain amount of stress bothphysically and mentally. So when that, when, when that's not happening likewhen you don't have like when you're not say pushing for a career and you're,not putting yourself under pressure or when you're, not physically, observingyour body or when you're yeah, when you're kind of just playing it safeyour body, you still have that hardwy. You still have that Da, where you needto get after something, you still need that stimulation like and then yeahthat's. Why that I think that's exactly how it all came about for sure, like alarge part of it anyway, yeah! Well, that's it and it's yeah.It's a interesting, and you know- and I think this is so many people talk aboutthis as well, and the one of the things that com one of the people comes tomind is Gary. We talks about this that our generation has a bad relationshipwith time, which is the one everything now we don't want to work for it. Wedon't have the patience. We just want everything now, which goes back to saying the wholething. If you, if you need, if you the reason, people are struggling withmotivation right now, IB, because people are trying to do everythingwhich, in which I'm a big Edwark Er to do everything in the live you can. Butyou have to do it step y step. You have to do have to start small. You know youknow if you post a video today, it's not going to get a million viewstomorrow, because you're Gota, appose, reveyou Tothay, didn't get a millionviews. wats te point of life. You know, that's not what that's not. What'sgoing to happen, you know you got if you the. This is a good time to build ahabit and that's what it goes back to saying you don't need motivation. YouNeed Tho, shower Yeah Yep. I think, and that's yeah, that's say your quoteagain, one or time you don't need motivation. You just need a shower yeah,that's pretty ad, like Jordan, Peterson speaks about that rough lik. Has thatkind of concept. He speaks about in twelve rules for life. How like, ifthings are going on. If there's chaos...

...around you like you've, got to justeliminate things and you've got to go back and go back, and you know ifyou're really you'R, not in a good place. Iu' just got to go back to whatyou can control your ber basic, so making a bi in the morning, sticking toa routine having a shower that sort of thing and that sort of builds like that.One little thing builds, you know kind of could create a really good thing forothe day and exactly right. It just about having one little thing at a time.It's so easy to get overwhelmed, but the beautiful thing about it is weit's in our control to man migh not feel like there's a lot of thingsoutside door control, but I think, when you start looking at things that waylike whet. If you look at things that make you stressed or things that causeyou anxiety in your life like thires, two those they come from, two placeslike you can even control it or you can't and the things you can't controlwill accept it and realize that you can't control it. So don't worry aboutor or try not to worry about, you're still going to worry about it anyway,but realize that you don't have any control and then the things that youcan control you ever eliminate the source of the stretch or you break itdown and try to remove it. That way, so you can ever like Eliminat a bad personNour life who causes your lot of stress or you just kind of have to you know ifyou're scared to do one thing or another, you have to understand why youneed to do it. So that's a yeah, that's a really good wayto kind of believe Youa, a lot of that anxiety as well, and something I'vedone for myself to atabsolutely absolutely and that's the way, and Ithink I think well if we start following that sort of, like you know,system where we focus on what we can control, I think will be better for itas a as a nation, and you know think of the things that we could achieve by coming together and doing all THAsstuff yeah, most sal when you feel better to when you're positive. You getmore things done like you look forward to the future, you can take on morethings and when you get down like things just start to build up and youdon't walk forwards anymore and you sort of just try not to walk backwards,and it's just not it', not ovally great, but we all go through it as well. So it's just accepting that it's normallike we can't not have it a part of being a human, so kind of embrace thatlearn from it and and obviously obviously it's the truth like that. Thestrength that you have to muster up to get through, that is the strength.That's going to help you push through and become successful. Do the thingsyou want in life. So even though the difficult part might be difficult andoverwhelming once it in order to get through that he have to get through tthe end bit to so kind of understand that you need those little you needthat you need to. You need the trawmor a little bit. You need those difficulttimes in life because you bout to back and appreciate you know when, if youfirst time when you go to the I, when you go to the pub right like or yournext time, if you go it for a few drinks in a few months, whenever it'sgoing to be you're, just going to appreciate that moment so much becauseit's something that was like you took for granted- and you know now, you haveit again so yeah yeah, difficult difft difficulties arethe fun yeah. You need difficulties to make everything more fun. That's that'sjust the fact of things. If, because, if you don't have you know, if youdon't have the difficult things in life, then the easy things just don't seem asfun: Yeah Cretit just reward like yeah. It's just that feeling it's just likewhen you go for a run and if you far off arrounds Wel, you don't feel allthat good afterwords, but if you push through even if you don't make it evenif you quite unquote fail like you, wanted to run five ks and you only madeit for that, doesn't really matter. If you put in a hundred percent, thenthat's really what matters and well that's it yeah and I want to cot the great a deridGoggins I's like what he says in his book is like Iho. I hope this bookdoesn't motivate you, because if Motif it's not about money resion, actuallyit's honded more, like trump there than next yeahwe go. You need to get deefer.No Godgan toes. Have that voice en is very scratchy. Eth had yeah Yeahitihope this book doesn't Lodymat you something like that. Although I gotreally good at Trumpin Pretchin, this Anshm eadition yeah all right yea America is a frantastic countrywhere it's just frantastic yeah, you...

...gotta, I'm just Goin to stop them,because that was good, yeah, the voiceisl right, but but once you learnthe mesorisms and you can say it's huge or it's the best its, where the biggestwith the BA place on er were better than everyone else. He Hi what he saidthe other day his like my my bloody my he said that his press conferenceabout corronavirus got more views than the bachelorot finale. That's actually whathe said in a prescoer is like my last pre conerance got more views in theBachelor Fonale did I'm Lyk Gothit's got he's just so crazy, he's a comedian yeah! That's why I kind of love it becausethe system had been run by bullshit for so long that, even though it took a guylike this to come in which we don't don't like, and a guy like that sort ofpersonalily that have that control, you don't want, but I'm also thinking likeit's going to just wake people up and en people going to and now they wantsomeone like a joe bid and WHO's. Eighty, three years old, a and he's gotto mention ND. He can barely speak. So it's a strange thing like and I'm nottrying to put shit on it because that's a serious condition. A lot of peoplehave it at that age, but the people like they haven't put anyone good up.They had Clinton last time and she mike the only morecorrupt person in thisworld than doald trump SAR. I mean at the same time I'm not really a trumpfan per se, but they're not giving a lot of good oppetition. I think yeah,there's not there's not not a good lineup. Is there? It's just not that's,what's happening at the moment as well. That's what I'm seeing a lot of tha alot of the places Ir's, just not a good lineup for people who could go run fora prime mister. You Gon at the moment where I wastalking about Packlandanpacks any politics with my mother. Then we're just saying you know. If you know,if Imran can basically get you know, it doesn't run for prime primninster againthe next next term. Next, you know political term there'sno one, there's! No one whol actually do what you know is worth of wortingfor same thing with America, there's no real president, like whol, who the hellis Gon Wot for WHNWHO's qualified for it as well like this is a point thatJoe Rocan talks about a fairbit is like who's really qualified for the roleyou've got to know a bit about education, O got to know a bit aboutFinanco, go a know a little bit about you, know, operation, everything else and so like. On the one hand, it'sobviously the most important position that you can have and like we are asociety that needs to be led, so you do need leader, but to kind of just showed the flows in thesystem that it's a popularity contest at the end of the day, like you'revoting for someone who you like is just about getting numbers and whoeverr getsome MOS votes win. So a position like that, that's so important in a countryand in the world like it, it Kindt they kind of just open themselves up, andthey had they had people who were in there before and then the meet like.This is getting really political now, but the media goes one way, so youwatch TNN and then you watch Fox News and they' talking about the same thing.Ind Two completely different ways: it so biased, there's so much business andmoney. That's involved with it that people who are there shouldn't be thereand you've got a like. Seventy percent of what Ahel politician does is raisemoney to get enough money, so they can run their campaigns so where's thatmoney coming from. So it's just a flord system. So that's e kind of thepositive out of a trump coming in is it made people realize like this is kindof what you for. This is kind of what you've done to yourself in away yeah. Absolutely and look media is sofucking crupt like MENA, you know you think of trump. You know who's worsethan trump fucking media. They ask me, especially the you pakneas the thingthat your fake news, Youyou it'Sdress Ybut, like o know I want to. I want tosay an example. So few months ago a Sunrise Sunrise or whatever they calledthe morning, show rain story in Australia right. The story was abouthis women, who posted on her social media, saying that you know she wakesup at four thirty and makes her husband breakfast before he goes to work andthen later works out in Meditates, and you know- and I l and you know whatwhat the channels did they cut up the...

...part where she does works out andmeditates and get stuffd down before the kids. Wake up and all this toshowed was o on the on the channel. All they showed was I' wake up for thery inthe morning to make my husband breakfast and they to Shit abouter yeahyeah. That was so ridiculous and what actually happened is he owns? He, Ithink, he's a construction worker and they also own like a Buteka smallpersonal training business as well, so he works like fourun fifteen hours aday, something crazy. His wife has like they have kids his wife. I think hiswife supports the personal training business, but obviously understandsthat he's got to get up at fourth in in the morning, because he woarscontraction as well. So he's got basically two four time: Jobs and hiswife's there supporting him by getting up and kind of that's the only timethey get to spend with each other yethits althis. She was making yeah shemakes break and does and they've left out the power where she said shemeritates and works out yeah, but because that's a full morning routine,because then I'll be like well, she know she's waking up just because egshe wan just went done with him and but they left her and then e full PrimetimeChannel Nine, like breakfast TV that was like not some dodgy Friggat. Thatwas the some of the most highly rated TV in the country. So like so littleever, it's definitely some corruption. But for me it could have just beenwhoever the producer was that put that story together. Just I no ess at all.It's jus! No, no! It's not about effort! Hethe they're, doing that, because smore Spicye, most pisy, yeah and- and I know this ofcourse- it's more spicy andit gets more reviews. And it's like it's like the whole story about youknow you got what is the wother one, sixty minutes and man. These people areso crap because they would go far as getting anything to Vese because youknow what's happening this cay, this Kar Shitless, because the reason they'rscared is because th online social medias taking over and they've, got todo anything to hold them and theyre right now they will do anything, theydon't care about people. All they care about is how many people are stoingtune, ing right now there and more people are more likely yeah. So that's why that's why this is pice,and so what I'm going to really say to people? If you get your news for anyonefrom anyone who is? Who is a not federally run, so you gon now you amaybe something like you know, I think ABC is still some swot federally runright is super. Some has some yeah yeah public yeah, publicly funded Yeh public,an fund it. So you, if you getting your news from the GII eese from them,everyone else is socrup. I actually did. I actually did. I recently had to look at a article forsomeone which was Basedo for my university and weere like it was, foryou know they asked me to look at them and see if I could see a politicalagender like and hundred the whole article was inundated with e agendersin it. You know there was so much agenders of just try to do differentthings, because you got to think about media host so much powers and they wantto do what were expess for them and as a company, they're giant or forins own,and it's a whole freaking word of its own, that whole mass media, and theywill do anything to make sure that whole thing keeps on running yeahbecause they threatened by free lengther, freelancing generalist andall that stuff. But thereis. One thing I want to say man. I went to universitybecause you noo Busis studyconc communication and when I was atuniversity with the idealistic journalism jounralist an these to tellme how they were going to change the word. An WEA get the messages out topeople. Then these guys were so brilliant and bright, and you knowmotivated what the fuck happened to you when you started working fot channelline, yeah whatw what I r Ono this. What happened to you whathappened toall you itelism? Why are you working for those people? That's what myquestion is: Yeah Yeah, it's just the money money can corrupt and, like it'sa it's kind of the Brestige of working the job you realize, and then it's toolate, like it's the same with being a politician as well like pretty much allof them going to it with really good intentions they want to. They want todo their best to help change society like it's. Ultimately, the best way todo it is to go in to poticks, because...

...it's got so much. You know potential tochange and money just takes over o corporation whoever's funding it like,or we could do this or we could also do this- that this company want to do andthere's so much regulation on that that gets dodgy than the people that ave incharge of regulating kind of funding they get bored out and then same withmedia companies and Iven. There was a really good example,last time of just absolutely nonse tracy grim sure she might be one of theworst in the business. So many people hateup and she was talking to theFinancial Minister of Australia cant what his name is, but she basicaly shejust really aggressive coming at him, like allrght people getting depressedlike people, people getting you know, they'regetting fine for being on part benches when is is going to change. When are wegoing to get people out like? When? Can People Ding and he's sort of just givenher an answer that we don't really know yet whatever else and then two minuteslater, she goes or New Zealand have gone to level for and they've gone to,lockdown Whi. We and it's like what do you talk about one second you'rliterally just yolled at the Bloke, because we can't do anything and nowthe other Hend like two minutes later, you're fucking getting angry at him,because we haven't gone to a complete lockdown which would heightenrestrictions even more so so it's just it. I mean there's so muchcontradiction and that's what I kind of like if people kind of analyze, just alittle bit of what they're saying like you, don't need to be, you don't needto really know what they're talking about you just kind of have to have arough idea, there's so much contradiction and just focus on thatnegativity, and obviously it's a really sad and tough situation. So we need tobe. We need to be telling like, at the end of the day like if you don't createsome like a sense of fear and people they're not going to listen to peoplearen't going to isolate. So I understand that, but it's justeverything is about fucking, the corona virus, the catastrophicvirus that the even the fires, the catastrophic fires, killing peopletaking live. It's just like Flackyou Theo like this is just such ballshit,but yeah you're right. It's the only thing and unfortunately, a lot ofonline business had the same like the Click Bait, the tiles that are reallyoverly controversial and, ultimately that's what sells right so eah but Iguthem. We even are a blame for it too, because if they have to make it for theconsumers, the consumers, the ones like maintring media, haven't been morefeued for a long time than they are now. So it's just like it's like it's adirty slippery Ti. It's a business of fear. It's a Faro business! Now Thi's,like you know you could say you know th. You could argue that you know the wholeidea of, like you know same thing: Online Youtue, Vidis ar thing all thestuff. The only thing is they aren't making mass differences, but, like youknow, when media talks, because people believe that information, that's theproblem, Yeah Yeah! Well, that's exactly rightlike if they. If people stop watching they stop doing it, they realize thatthat's what people get people in so yeah. So it's you know: Aoyomate YonYeah, it's ultimately ourfult anyway, yeah. It is exactly that's Git, upe. Iwort they supplying the man theug yeah. With all that in mind. You know, Iguess will start wrapping up. I guess everyone eeds to stay, save Hev ashower ten Wa Youerand, you know, do you know, hang out with your family andDoaa IV. J Yeah stay owe should have done to for my in the beginning of yeahthat maybe thex on I we can get into that. But now I mean that's just yeahcraziness in itself, just be vigilant, like we're all going through stress,we're all going for a difficult time, and you can be a little bit nicer toyourselff. You can understand that things are not like they've ever been like. Thisis unprecedented, so we don't know how to react. That's why things seem crazy,but just just start by doing something: Little Leachday you might not itdoesn't. It actually doesn't feel like it's going to help because it thefeeling, isn't there yet you've got to do it, and then you feel a little biter. It's just like doing this podcast, so it's yeah just do that just do alittle bit each day and we all want to stay updated with what's going on. I,even though it's a different way to get your media, I would much I would muchrecommend people reading and going through different channels onlinechannels than watching the news, like it's easy to watch the news because youget it all spoken to. You don't have to...

...think much, but I would reallyrecommend IV you're going to ABC something like that. That's way, lesssensationlizes you're going to get better or just going on to a fewdifferent channels. Goine to the Daily Mail, go in to nine news, go just go tothree or four different places, or if you are the most upto date, accuateinformation. You Know Australian wide, just go to Australian governments,because the Te Theyre doing very well to keep up the information or yeah. Youknow they've sent up o. what's up. What's that thing as well, you can justeat messis them, saying Wuts News and they'll just reply to you as they letlike you, get an automated reply and use reply just for Goo, your just don'tgive him just don't allow them to have your acit. Your have you heard what thetalkg, about wit, that new APP where they talk about being able to accesspeople's location at any time it's wotbe like a health ap where yeahthat's see. I can see a lot of benefit in that, but if you learn anything fromhistory any time you give up that much freedom, Shit goes bad. Shit goes south.So I just don't like, like anything like that: That's forced upon people,it's just it's ugly! It just doesn't it's just ugly! Absolutely absolutely so I mean open upa can't, AF wor, thats wat. I know I could get into it and that's myfavorite topic is well yeah. Yeah e thing is just just I mean yes and theonly problem is we've already given our own commision Google as wall, so EAH.Well, that's right! So that's! That's! That's the problem of it, like you know,h w you you are, you know we're getting annoyed at giving our information tohave a government which who stord way to looks look after us, but you know we getting annoyed aboutit, but when we have already given our information, a Google es, Yep Lokatnext on who said in very clear words, we will use your information to dobetter optimize. Our adds this is that the condition on using Ouer freeservice. Do you think Google maps is free, get the buck out of Pi Ou, knowyeah exactly now. That's a great point.That's whole nother cane of worms to that's Maye Somebiny, gats wors thething and then we al open it up at the end. Now that's that'll be Goo, somegood direction for the next one, but yeah. Now that was really really funand enjoyable podcast and we covered some shit that we're going through andcover some things that we could all get better with and learn from. Sir YeahLove it man. Thank you sounds good. Let's wrap up! Thank you so much morelistening to the Clary Tummins podcast, also, if you have made it this far andif you haven't checked out the Oll new podcast called the fitness lab ut withlocal, an terence and Tim Minute, it's a brilliant podcast, where they talkabout witnessing everything about fitness andeverything surrounding foud. This would definitely check that out and that'sawillable on also on spotify, an apple podcast and Google podcast also jotLockman. Just so, you know all of our podcast an nol villable, Google podcastarguwill, baby yeah, clever, dummyis, the fitness lab or under the zero media.Benner a let's go, that's it! I took Tus out give us a like give us a follow.One intoge on facy and yeah. Just take care of yourselves take care of thepeople and you're in a circle. When will be through this ond. Don't youworry just keep your heads up. Lot. INI and ill be well, be strong EIR. It loveyou guys, O.

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